Carcoar, NSW - St Paul's Anglican
Architect: Edmund Blacket
Last Updated: 10/05/2023
History and Architecture:
The foundation stone was laid in January 1845. Constructed in brick, the building was designed by Edmund Blacket in a simple Decorated Gothic idiom and is said to have been derived from a medieval church at Cassington, outside Oxford. The building was first used for worship in 1848. The Architect was Edmund Blacket. The Church was purchased by the local community in 2021.
This list may not contain every serving cleric, past or present, for this church.
Further submissions welcomed.
|1844 - 1872||Rev William Lisle||1809||1872|
|1858 - 1867||Rev John Allman Burke||1824||1909|
|1876 - 1877||Rev Frederick Matthew Dalrymple||1836||1915|
|1877 - 1885||Rev Alfred Cawley Hirst||1850||1926|
|1890 - 1894||Rev Francis William Clarke||1857||1920|
|1894 - 1896||Rev Robert Livingstone||1866||1902|
|1894 - 1898||Rev George Thomas Geer||Rural Dean||1844||1918|
|1897 - 1898||Rev William Cowan||1865||1915|
|1898 - 1901||Rev Charles Hamilton Shedden||1860||1931|
|1898 - 1903||Rev William King Howell||Rural Dean||1862||1933|
|1905 - 1907||Rev Alfred James Gardner||1871||1955|
|1907 - 1909||Rev Stanley Adolphus Thomas Champion||Rural Dean||1876||1923|
|1915 - 1917||Rev Leonard Arthur Marina||1882||1950|
|1935 - 1936||Rev Edwin John Davidson||1899||1958|
|1947 - 1952||Rev Edward Alfred Homfray||Locum||1878||1955|
|2021 ? -||Rev Anastasia Webster-Hawkes|
The Organ was built by Charles Richardson of Sydney, c.1897. It was restored in 2001 by Roger H. Pogson of Orange. It has 1 manual, 4 speaking stops, 2 couplers, mechanical action.
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1. Organ Historical Trust of Australia with permission.