Kingston, TAS - St Clements Anglican (7047)

Year Built: 1894

Denomination: Anglican

Saint: Clement

Address: Corner Channel Highway & Beach Street, Kingston, Tasmania, 7051

Last Updated: 29/05/2021

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History and Architecture:

The first church was designed by James Blackburn and was dedicated in October 1852. It was consecrated in December 1856. It was repaired in S89,, but by 1892 it was falling down, so it was pulled down. A new church of wood, designed by George Fagg, was built and opened in 1894 and consecrated in February 1895. Tne choir and vestry were added in 1963.

Clergy:

1928

Years Name Annotation D.o.B D.o.D
1870 - Rev Frederick Thomas Ashhurst Curate 1828 1870
1884 - 1889 Rev Ambrose Pollard
1889 - 1894 Rev John William Geiss Locum 1852 1906
1891 - Mr Robert Jocelyn De Coetlogan Lay Reader 1862 1939
1893 - 1896 Rev Robert Jocelyn De Coetlogan Curate 1862 1939
1895 - 1905 Dean Samuel Bucknell 1849 1903
1889 - 1894 Rev John William Geiss Locum 1852 1906
1897 - 1900 Rev Herbert Howlett Vale 1857 1906
1900 - 1901 Rev John William L'Oste 1830 1926
1907 - 1908 Rev John Gray 1844 1918
1923 - 1928 Rev William Alfred Best Curate 1868 1941
1925 - 1926 Rev Clement Allen Locum 1871 1945
1928 - 1934 Rev Zenas Albert Higgins 1876 1946
1934 - 1936 Rev Alfred Edwin Biggs 1893 1974
1943 - 1945 Rev George John Baxter 1892 1960
1963 - 1971 Rev John Edward Atkins 1907 1978
2020 ? - Rev Peter Adlem
2020 ? - Rev Greg Foot Asst

Organ:

No information currently available. Submissions welcomed.

Source:

1. The Anglican Church in Tasmania, A Diocesan history to mark the Sesquicentenary 1992 by Geoffrey Stephens
2. Cable Clergy Index.