4 edition of Basil Jellicoe. found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 95 p. :|
|Number of Pages||41|
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appendix to the collection of hymns: consisting chiefly of translations from the hymn-book of the Moravian Brethren.
Midland Road — after the adjacent railway line, built by the ; part was formerly Skinner Street, on the 's Estate : 212 : 219—220• In 1868 the lace merchant and philanthropist funded a new church, known as Christ Church, and an associated school in with an entrance in Ossulston Street.
Somers Town Community Sports Centre was built on part of the school playground. Our diverse congregation comes together to celebrate the Faith handed down to us in reverent yet contemporary worship. The funeral over, later that night and his companions went "fishing"trying unsuccessfully to 'resurrect' Cly.
" The full wording on the blue plaques reads: Basil Jellicoe. Basil Jellicoe 1899 - 1935 Housing Reformer Created housing for the community replacing the slums Basil Jellicoe. Somers Town has an article about Basil Jellicoe that advises: John Basil Lee Jellicoe 5 February 1899 - 24 August 1935 was a priest in the Church of England best known for his work as a housing reformer.
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His father, Thomas Harry Lee Jellicoe, rector of St Peter's Chailey, was a cousin of. But even that was not an end in itself.
More recent initiatives have all too often alienated and displaced the original residents.
Above all, he was inspired by the conviction that the life of God could and should become flesh in every earthly community.
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