Chiltern, VIC - St Paul's Anglican
Year Built: 1870
Traditional Owners: Yorta Yorta people
Last Updated: 19/06/2022
History and Architecture:
During 1869 services were held in the Old Fellows hall. Erected over a period between 1870 and 1875, the design was adapted from a church in Ireland. Construction was by James Fitzpatrick.
The Foundation stone was laid on 25 April 1870 by Sir William Foster Stawell Chief Justice of the Colony of Victoria.
The architects were Pickersgill and later Rogers and the design is based on a church in Ireland. The building comprises a nave with chancel and has an entrance porch and tower with spire on the north facade. It is constructed of local orange-coloured bricks and has cream brick quoinwork decoration.
This list may not contain every serving cleric, past or present, for this church.
Further submissions welcomed.
|1867 - 1871||Rev James Graham Love||1835||1911|
|1871 - 1873||Rev John Coulthard Sabine||1837||1877|
|1873 - 1876||Rev George Irwin Armstrong|
|1876 - 1877||Rev Samuel D. Green||1830||1879|
|1877 - 1879||Rev Cadwaladr Pierce Thomas||1844||1931|
|1879 - 1883||Rev Richard George Burke||1846||1923|
|1883 - 1889||Rev Thomas Moorhouse||1849||1928|
|1889 - 1899||Rev George Jeremy Taylor|
|1899 - 1903||Rev George Walter Carter||1867||1949|
|1903 - 1916||Rev Frank Grist||1867||1930|
|1916 - 1919||Rev Frederick Henry Peake||1876||1959|
|1920 - 1926||Rev J. K. Taylor||1872||1951|
|1926 - 1934||Rev Cuthbert Tremayne Rodda||1879||1963|
|1934 - 1935||Rev J. T. Redhead|
|1936 - 1937||Rev Ambrose R. May||1908||1966|
|1937 - 1939||Rev Frederick John Dau||1911||1987|
|1939 - 1952||Rev Gilby Smith Gray||1890||1974|
|1952 - 1955||Rev Arthur Stanley Goldsworthy||1926|
|1955 - 1958||Rev R. Ross Edwards|
|1958 - 1962||Rev Leslie John Rose|
|1961 - 1965||Rev Douglas Walter Thompson|
|1966 - 1969||Rev Hugh Kenneth Fraser|
|1969 -||Rev Ronald Frederick Woodrow|
|1985 - 1989||Rev Warren Charles Graco||1924|
|1989 - 1991||Rev Bruce Raymond Hancock||1944|
|2010 -||Rev John Webster|
No information currently available. Submissions welcomed.
1. The Centenary of the Anglican Church of St Paul Chiltern. NE 283.9455 ASH
2. The Australian Heritage Database.
3. Cable Clergy Index.