The Mackarness Place
About the Site
Up to 1920
St. Martin's Vicarage, early 1900s
Godfreys and Hartleys
Cuthbert & Family in India
Noughts Party, 1978
Seven Cousins - Peter & Torla's Grandchildren
Family trees, portrait trees
Biographies, obituaries etc
Other material - cuttings, videos etc
Locations, memorials etc
Grace Mackarness Diaries
Tidman & Wedd families
Tidman and Wedd Biographies
Tidman & Wedd documents
Tidman and Wedd locations and memorials
Tidman & Wedd Images
Other material - newspaper cuttings, video links, other documents
The Bishop's Briefcase - the story of a rediscovered artefact belonging to John Fielder Mackarness, Bishop of Oxford, and its contents
Bishop Mackarness and the Carter Case, 1877-80. The involvement of John Fielder Mackarness, Bishop of Oxford, in a Church controversy of the time.
Cartoons of Bishop John Fielder Mackarness: the Colenso affair (1874) and 'The Biscuit Bishop' (1883)
The 1874 FA Cup Final between Oxford University and the Royal Engineers, in which Charles Mackarness scored one of the winning goals.
Page from Illustrated London News 20 June 1898 - golden wedding of Bishop George and Mary Sumner with photos of the couple and their residence
'Harbour Lights' - short YouTube film about the Mission to Seafarers in Melbourne, in which Ethel Godfrey (1861-1935) was an active and important figure
Documents relating to Frederic Mackarness (1854-1920), MP and judge - including letters from the novelist 'Ouida' and South African Prime Minister Louis Botha
Report on a 1908 hockey game between Oxford and Cambridge, including images of team member Hugh Mackarness - in 'The Bystander'
Mackarnesses at Radley College - images of Cuthbert, Guy, Roger and John Mackarness. Thanks to the college archivist.
The wedding of Francis Hughes & Elfled Mackarness, 1910
1914 Yorkshire Post cutting about the four Mackarness sons on active service in World War I
Memories of serving in the ATS during World War 2, written by Torla Mackarness nee Tidman
Pathe news clip from 1946, showing Eleanor Booker (then part of the India Office) behind the leading officials of the Cabinet Mission, 1946
Tribute to Arthur J C Mackarness in Hants and Sussex News, 1950
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