Item 4 - Ticket to the 1922 wedding of HRH Princess Mary with The Viscount Lascelles

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GB 2014 WS-02-ABY-02-01-02-4


Ticket to the 1922 wedding of HRH Princess Mary with The Viscount Lascelles


  • 1922 (Creation)

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1 ticket

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Ryle, Herbert Edward; second son of John Charles Ryle (1816–1900), the first Bishop of Liverpool, and his second wife, Jessie Elizabeth Walker; b, 25 May 1856; attended Hill House, Wadhurst, Sussex; adm. Eton College 1868; 1875 won Newcastle scholarship, and proceeded to King's College, Cambridge, as a classical scholar; 1879 Aegrotat degree; April 1881 elected Fellow of King's College, Cambridge; ordained deacon 1882 and priest 1883; Sep. 1886 - Mar. 1888 Principal of St. David's College, Lampeter; taught at the University of Cambridge as Hulsean Professor of Divinity; appointed Honorary Chaplain to Queen Victoria Mar. 1896 and Chaplain-in Ordinary to Her Majesty in Dec. 1898 until he resigned Jan. 1901, Dec. 1900 appointed Bishop of Exeter; 1903 Bishop of Winchester; Dec. 1910 Dean of Westminster; created CVO 1911, KCVO 1921; published The Early Narratives of Genesis (1892), The Canon of the Old Testament (1892), and Philo and Holy Scripture (1895), and other works; m. 15 Aug. 1883, Nea Hewish Adams; d. 20 Aug. 1924, buried in Westminster Abbey.

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Ticket to the 1922 wedding of HRH Princess Mary with The Viscount Lascelles in Westminster Abbey, February 28th 1922. Annotated with 'S. Choir Aisle via East Cloister Door' and ' Humphrey D Berman' [Berman, Humphrey David, 1903-1994].

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A reprographics service is available to researchers subject to the access restrictions outlined above. Copying will not be undertaken if there is any risk of damage to the item. Copies are supplied in accordance with Westminster School's Policy on Archive

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  • English

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  • Latin

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  • English


  • Latin


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