Meetings and Reports P. i
Notable Memorials Xi
PREPARATORY NOTES AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Reversing his former position, the editor of these Annals would like to make particular and grateful acknowledgment for their valuable assistance to:
Miss Elizabeth Whitehead, for her cheerful and patient work in checking al references and in composing the Appendix lists.
Mrs. Leslie Weaver and Miss Anne Tessler (now Mrs. Frank Rich) for their expert and patient typing of the manuscript.
Prof. Eldric Klein, Academy Archivist, for his indispensable guidance in their historical work entailed.
The Academy Library staff for their willing cooperation.
Finally to Bishop Willard D. Pendleton, who has given me every organizational assistance and support, and has also even given of his valuable time in latter years of the work itself.
It will be seen by the reader that this second Volume of the Annals of the General Church continues the general format of the first.
Students will also observe the inevitable deficiencies of this second volume due to the short historical perspective involved (1938-76).
Morley D. Rich, Ed.
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
for periodicals, books and libraries to which references are made in these volumes (Annals of the Academy of the New Church, and Annals of the General Church of the New Jerusalem.)
AA - Archives of the Academy of the New Church, Bryn Athyn, Pa.
AL - Academy of the New Church Library.
Anniv. Record - The Academy of the New Church, 1876-1926. AL.
Block - The New Church in the New World.
BSA - Bulletin of the Sons of the Academy.
Coll. Lres. - College Letters, AL, 1886.
I - Intellectual Repository. London, 1812-81.
JE - Journal of Education (of the Academy), AL, 1901-.
Journal - Journals of the General Church of Pennsylvania, 1845-89.
JPD - John Pitcairn Diary. AA.
L - New Church Life, Bryn Athyn, Pa. 1881 - date.
LM - The New Jerusalem Magazine, tendon, 1826-.
M - New Jerusalem Magazine, Boston, 1827-72.
Mns - New Jerusalem Magazine, new series. Boston, 1875-93.
Mess. - New Jerusalem Messenger (now New Church Messenger), New York, et al, 1855 - date.
ML - Morning Light. London, 1878-1914.
NCH - New Church Herald. London, 1920 - date.
NCM - New Church Magazine. London, 1882 - date.
NCQ- New Church Quarterly, 1910-18.
NCReview - New Church Review, Boston. 1882-1934.
NCT - New Church Tidings. Toronto. 1889-94.
NE - Early Days of the Immanuel Church. Glenview, III. S.G. Nelson, 1927. AL.
PES - Pastoral Extension Service. Bryn Athyn, 1944-. AL.
TA - Theta Alpha Journal. Bryn Athyn.
WNC - Words for the New Church, Philadelphia, 1876-86.
The Life Everlasting. II The Resurrection. Bryn Athyn. 16pp. Pastoral Extension Service II. NC Col. Pamphlet 226.
The Life Everlasting. The Peculiar Faculties of Spirits. III. Bryn Athyn. 16pp. Pastoral Extension Service III. NC Col. Pamphlet 226.
The Life Everlasting. The Progress of Novitiate Spirits IV. Bryn Athyn. 16pp. Pastoral Extension Service 1V. NC Col. Pamphlet 226.
Swedenborgs Epic of Paradise and its Literary Sources. Bryn Athyn. 20pp. Pastoral Extension Service. NC Col. Pamphlet 226 and 229.
ODHNER, REV. ORMOND: Prudence. Bryn Athyn. 12pp. Pastoral Extension Service. NC Col.
PENDLETON, PROFESSOR CHARLES R.: The Doctrine of Use and the Present Emergency. Bryn Athyn. 4pp. Pastoral Extension Service. NC Col. Pamp. 225.
PENDLETON, REV. WILLARD D.: The Home and the Church. The Pre-School Child II. Bryn Athyn. 15pp. NC Col. Pamphlet 225.
The Home and the Church. The School Child III. Bryn Athyn. 12pp. Pastoral Extension Service. III NC Col. Pamphlet 225.
The Home and the Church. The Sociological Implications of Conjugial Love. I. Bryn Athyn. 16pp. NC Col. Pamphlet 225. Pastoral Extension Service I.
PERIODICALS: The Communique. A monthly publication of the General Church military service committee. Bryn Athyn, Pa. Vol. 1, March 19-42 Vol. 7, August 1948. Editors: W. D. Pendleton, O. de C. Odhner, Mrs. L. E. Gyllenhaal, Jr. Name changed to the General Church Communique. May, 1946. Editor: Charles Pendleton Gyllenhaal. April 1948, Editor, Marjorie I. Rose.
ROGERS, REV. NORBERT H.: Talks to Children. The Watchful Servant. Bryn Athyn. 16pp. Pastoral Extension Service. NC Col. Pamphlet 225.
WHITEHEAD, REV. WM.: Pastoral Extension Service. Bryn Athyn, 4pp. NC Col. Pamphlet 225.
Environment. Bryn Athyn. 11pp. Pastoral Extension Service. NC Col. Pamphlet 226.
New York City, Feb., June and Nov. - The Rev. Bjrn A. H. Boyesen makes pastoral tours in the Southern States. Full accounts in L. 235, 524; 1944:283.
New Church Life, vol. 63.
The Use and Importance of Doctrine, by Bishop G. de Charms. - p. 1.
The Miracles of the Word, by Rev. W. C. Henderson. - p. 58.
The Divine Blessing Upon the Church, (Conjugial Love and the Love of Offspring), by Rev. F. E. Waelchli. - p, 120.
Swedenborg and the College of Mines, by Rev. W. C. Henderson. - p. 293.
ACTON, RT. REV. ALFRED: The Spiritual World and the Natural. Bryn Athyn, Pa. Academy Book Room. Pamphlet (Address delivered at the 17th General Assembly). Noted in L.1943:143.
DE CHARMS, RT. REV. GEORGE: The Life of the Lord, Bryn Athyn, Pa. The Parent-Teacher Journal ..vols. Mimeographed. - Described in L. 1943:335.
ODHNER, REV. C. TH.: Emanuel Swedenborg The Servant of the Lord. Bryn Athyn, Pa.; Academy Book Room. Hard edition. Cloth, illus., 114pp. Described in L. 1943:48.
ODHNER, REV. H.L.: First Elements of the True Christian Religion. Bryn Athyn, Pa.; Academy Book Room. Second edition 76pp. - Described in L. 1943:48.
ROSE, DONALD F.: Mr. Wickers War. 250pp. - Described in L. 1943:575.
SIGSTEDT, SIGRID ODHNER: Strait is the Gate. Los Angeles, California: The Swedenborg Association. Mimeographed 10pp. Illus. New Church Herald, July 3, 1943. Cf. L. 1943:511.
SMITH, REV. GILBERT H.: The Voice of the New Church. Five Radio Talks. Chicago, III. Octave, pp.20 and cover. (Given in 1942 and 1943 in a series sponsored by the Western New Church Union, 17 N. State St., Chicago, Ill. through the facilities of Station WJJD, Chicago). Reviewed in L.1943:513.
America. Chicagos first subway is opened (October 16). U. S. President signs the bill repealing the 60 years old Chinese Exclusion Act (December 17).
Canada. The Trans-Canada Highway is opened (June 12).
Italy. Allies begin attack on Italy (June). Mussolini is forced to resign (July 25). Dwight D. Eisenhower named General of the Army in Italy (August 31). Italy surrenders unconditionally (Sept. 3).
Russia. Stalingrad is surrendered by the Germans to the Russians (January 31). The Communist International (Comintern) is dissolved in Moscow (May 22).
Hurstville, May 8 and Aug. 16. - Thanksgiving services are held in honor of V-E and V-J Day. - L. 524; 1946:88.
Copenhagen, Sept. 30. - Services are held here by Pastor Baeckstrm for the first time since 1940, when Pastor Johansen was forced by the Germans to leave for America. The Society has a house of its own. - L. 1946:79.
Colchester, May 9. - A service of Thanksgiving celebrates V-E Day. - L. 431.
June 23-24. - New Church Day is celebrated by a considerable group. Description and photos., in L. 430-1, 472-3, 556.
July 20-22. - The Young Peoples annual gathering is attended by 34 young people. - L. 478.
London, May 9. - The Michael Church celebrates the day of victory in a special Service of Thanksgiving. - L. 429.
The Hague, June 26. - The privations of the members of the Hague Society are portrayed in a letter from Mr. Emanuel Francis. - L. 427.
Oslo, June 26. - A vivid description of the sufferings of New Church members in Norway is given by Rev. Gustav Baeckstrm. - L. 426.
Gothenburg, March 7. - The Gothenburg Circle of the Nya Kyrkans Samfund is formally organized. Rev. Erik Sandstrm gives a public lecture, attended by some 200 persons. - L. 1946:76, 178.
Stockholm, N. d. - The fund to aid in the establishment of New Church education in Sweden, is reported to have increased to a little over eight thousand kroner. - L. 1946:73.
SWEDENBORG, EMANUEL: A Nova Jerusalem e a sua Doutrina Celeste (The New Jerusalem and its Heavenly Doctrine). Translated into Portuguese by Rev. Joao de Mendonca Lima, from the French version of le Boys des Guays, 1954. Paper, 12 mo, 351pp. (The third work of the Writings to be published in Brazil in a Portuguese translation) - Reviewed in L. 1946:323.
TILSON, RT. REV. ROBERT JAMES: (Bishop in the General Church of the New Jerusalem) London. Published by the Members of Michael Church; with a Foreword and, Biographical Sketch by Rev. A. Wynne Acton. Frontispiece, portrait of the author. Cloth; crown octave, pp. 72 viii. - Reviewed in L. 1946:221
America. Death of president Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Harry S. Truman, of Missouri, becomes president of the United States (April 12). The Charter of the United Nations is signed by 50 nations (June 26; in effect Oct. 24). The U. S. is chosen as the permanent seat of the United Nations (December 15).
Germany. American troops cross bridge on the Rhine (March 7). U. S. First Army meets Russian army at Torgau on the Elbe (April 25). Adolph Hitler shoots himself and his wife under the Reichs-chancerllery, Berlin (April 30). The act of unconditional surrender is signed by Germany (May 7, 2:41 a. m.). War operations cease (May 8, 11:01 p.m.). Truman, Churchills Stalin and Atlee reach agreements at Potsdam, Germany (July 17-August 2).
Great Britain. Churchills Coalition Government comes to an end in Great Britain (May 23).
April 11. - The 50th Anniversary of the General Church is celebrated by a Banquet in the Assembly Hall, Rev. J. L. Odhner as toastmaster, introduces speeches by the Revs. W. Whitehead, C. E. Doering, K. R. Alden, and Bishop De Charms. - Described (with photo.) in L. 257-268.
April 12. - 53rd Meeting of the Joint Council of Clergy and Executive Committee; Bishop De Charms presiding. Present: 16 ministers and 18 laymen. Reports show that the financial activities for 1945 and 1946 reflect a material prosperity for the General Church greater than before. $94,900 was added to its capital. Its income from contributions increased; inflation, however, was a factor. A Pension and Annuity Plan is formally presented, explained, and accepted. - L. 289-297.
May 2. - The Bryn Athyn Society celebrates the 50th anniversary of its organization, (July 18, 1897). Many old photographs of founding families and early buildings, collected from Bryn Athyn members, are shown. - L. 329-330.
May 9. - It is announced that the Assembly Hall is now free from debt. - L. 330.
June 1. - The General Churchs Pension Plan goes into effect. - L. 1951:177.
June 7. - Annual Joint Meeting of Corporation and Faculty; Bishop W. D. Pendleton presiding. Before a full audience, Randolph Childs, Esq., delivers an address on Should the Youth of our Church Attend our Junior College. - L. 381.
June 13. - At the Academys Commencement exercises, 16 women and 2 men receive Junior College certificates; 4 women receive B. A. degrees from the Senior College. The College this year has the largest enrollment in its history, chiefly due to GIs. Dr. Frank L. Doering (Pittsburgh) gives the Commencement address. - L. 376.
N. d. - At its annual meeting, Theta Alpha votes to extend its membership to women who are members of the General Church, and are interested in New Church education. - L. 334.
Oct. 3. - The membership of the Society is now about 500. - L. 569.
Oct. 24-25. - The Charter Day banquet, managed by laymen, centers around the significance of the Atomic Age. The Synnestvedt family present to the Academy a portrait of the late Rev. Homer Synnestvedt. - L. 570-572.
Nov. 3. - Death of Miss Elsa Anna Synnestvedt, aged 51 years, author of Father all holy, Lord of Creation and other hymns and poems. - L. 575; obit., 1948:43; biogr. sketch, 1952:242-250.
Nov. 15. -The Boys Academy is placed on the list of accredited Secondary Schools of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. - L. 1948:46.
Pittsburgh, July-Aug. - Candidate David R. Simons conducts the societys activities during the summer. - L. 522.
Sept. 26-28. - District Assembly; Bishop De Charms presiding; members are present from Detroit, Windsor, Saginaw, Urbana, Barberton, Cleveland, Youngstown, and Erie. Many General Church problems are discussed in two sessions, a Forum, and a banquet. - Report in. L. 502-6, 523.
Fort Worth, March 2-3. - The newly organized group (14) here has its first visit from a New Church minister (Rev. Harold Cranch). - L. 232.
N. d. - A group of 16 members now holds monthly meetings in different homes. - L. 524.
Hurstville, May 31. - Mr. Lindthman Heldon, authorized leader, reports that, during the past year, 50 services were conducted; and 3 doctrinal classes each month. - L. 1948:178.
Copenhagen, April - The society here reports 34 adult members. - L. 422.
Oct. 6. - At the invitation of the Durban Society, an Interracial Meeting is held, attended by society members and Zulu ministers, leaders and members of the native Mission. Three Zulu ministers deliver addresses which are discussed. European and Zulu songs are sung. (This meeting was the first of its kind in the history of the Mission.) - L.1949:17-18, 38.
Oct. 25. - The 25th anniversary of the Kainon School is celebrated. - L. 1949:39.
U. S. S. R. In a surprise move, Nikita Khrushchev is ousted as Premier and head of the Soviet Communist party (Oct. 15). He is replaced Dec. 3 by Leonid I. Brezhnev.
As Bishop of the General Church I would express my deep appreciation of the following resolution which was unanimously adopted by the Council of Ministers of the General Convention on June 22, 1965, at Brockton Massachusetts, and was unanimously approved by the General Convention on June 24, 1965, at the same place. It reads:
Resolved: That the General Convention of the New Jerusalem, recognizing that the General Church of the New Jerusalem, since its inception, has shared with us a central dedication to New Church life and teachings and a desire to serve our Lord Jesus Christ in His Second Coming, and acknowledging our rights and opinions as distinct bodies, testifies to its sincere desire that we shall live together in mutual It therefore calls upon its President, now and in the years to come, to further the following ends:
First: The fuller and freer exchange of information concerning the structure, policies and activities of our two bodies.
Second: Joint participation in such activities as may well be undertaken together.
Third: Exploration and discussion of differences and misunderstandings that may remain or arise between us.
Fourth: Encouragement of dialogue among us on ministerial and lay levels, wherever and whenever this may show promise of being fruitful.
I know that all members of the General Church will share in my appreciation of this resolution and will look forward with confidence to a new era of understanding and cooperation between the General Convention and the General Church.
It should be noted that this resolution was delivered to me in person by the Rev. Richard Tafel, President of the General Convention, and that the ensuing discussion centered around our mutual interest in the establishment of the New Church among men.
(Signed) Willard D. Pendleton,
Bishop of the General Church
London, May 17. - 156th meeting of the Swedenborg Society reports that Vol. VI of the Third Latin Edition of the Arcana Coelestia, and also the new translation of the Apocalypse Revealed by Rev. F. F. Coulson, are making good progress. - L. 400.
New Church Life, Vol. 86
Academy Schools, The, by Rev. Kurt H. Asplundh. - p. 17.
Assembly, Banquet Address, by Raymond Pitcairn. - p. 541.
Church, The, and the Human Form, by Rev. Hugo Lj. Odhner. - p. 384.
Conjugial, The Preservation of the, by Rev. Martin Pryke. - p. 54.
Conjugial, The Preservation of the, through the love of offspring by Rev. Hugo Lj. Odhner. - p. 532.
Correspondences, Representatives and Significatives, by Rev. Ormond Odhner. - p. 551.
Council of Ministers - General Convention, An Address to the, by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton. - p. 341.
Dead Sea Scrolls, The, and the Divinity of the Lord Jesus Christ, by Rev. B. David Holm. - p. 477.
Degrees, Discrete and Continuous, by Rev. Louis B. King. - p. 353.
Free Choice, The Secret of Mans, by Rt. Rev. George de Charms. - p. 223.
Gentiles, Who are they?, by Wm. R Kintner. - p. 303.
Gospel According to Mark, The, by Rev. Frank F. Coulson. - pp. 154, 234.
Honesty and the Orientation of the Mind, by Rev. Geoffrey H. Howard. - p. 126.
If I make my bed in Hell, by Rev. Frank S. Rose. - p. 414.
Image, The, and Likeness of God, by Rev. W. Cairns Henderson. - p. 372.
Influx, The Doctrine of, and the Inspiration of the Word, by Rev. Victor J. Gladish. - p. 103.
Italy Disastrous floods cause extensive damage to 885 art objects as the Arno River overflows into the famous Uffizi Gallery (Nov. 4).
United States The escalation of the Vietnamese war results in a large increase in the number of U.S. casualties.
Chicago, Cleveland, Brooklyn, Omaha, Baltimore, San Francisco and Jacksonville are wracked by racial riots in July.
President Lyndon B. Johnson makes a 17-day, 26, 000 mile Asian tour - including the Manila Conference on Vietnam with six allied leaders (October).
(Continued in 1970)
Two Hundred Years Ago, by Rev. Donald L. Rose. - pp. 85, 127, 160, 236, 457, 555.
New Philosophy, Vol. 72.
Love in Action, Swedenborgs Concept of - a study of the ethics of Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772), by William Ross Woofenden. - pp. 223, 263.
Manuscripts of Emanuel Swedenborg, The Preservation and Reproduction of the, by Lennart O. Alfelt. - p. 127.
Rational Psychology, An introduction to, by Emanuel Swedenborg. p. 151. Swedenborgs Library - an alphabetical list. - p. 115.
New Church Education, Vol. 33 and 34.
French, The case for, in the Elementary Schools of the General Church, by Sally J. Smith. - p. 169.
Religion, Teaching, by Rev. Louis B. King. - pp. 66, 86, 117, 146.
Academy Journal, Vol. 8, No. 2.
College, The Academy: The Choices Ahead, by E. Bruce Glenn. - p. 23.
Curricular Development in the Academy, by George de Charms - p. 2.
Philosophy in the Academy, by Edward F. Allen. - p. 13,
DE CHARMS, GEORGE: The Tabernacle of Israel. Pageant Press International Corp., New York 1969. Cloth, pp. 293. Rev. in L:469.
Den Nya Kyrkan - Nagra Synpunkter (The New Church - Some Aspects) Bokforlaget Nova Ecclesia, Stockholm, 1969. Text, pp. 7. Rev. in L:281.
GRANGE, ALAN: Psychology as Servant of Religion. Missionary Society of the New Church, 1969. Paper, pp. 126. Rev. in L:556.
VICKERS, PAUL V.: God-Talk and Man-Talk. New Church Press, Ltd., London, England,1970. Paper, pp. 158. Rev. in L. 492.
International. The United States and the Soviet Union begin Salt (Strategic Arms Limitation Talks) in Finland (Nov. 17).
Space Exploration. Space exploration continues throughout the year with Soviet Soyuz 9 setting a record of nearly 18 days in a manned space craft (June 19).
Egypt. The day after bringing about a truce in the Jordan civil war Egypts powerful President Gamal Abdel Nassar dies in Cairo at age 52 (Sept. 28). His career had shaped the destiny of the Mideast. He is succeeded (Oct. 17) by Anwar Sadat for a six year term.
France. General Charles de Gaulle retired French leader and World War II rallying point of the Free French dies at nearly 80 years old (Nov. 9) - the last of the giant leaders surviving the war.
Great Britain. Great Britain grants voting and other legal rights to 18-year-olds by Act of Parliament (Jan. 1).
Bryn Athyn, March 5-9. 75th Annual Meetings of the Council of the Clergy. Rev. Douglas M. Taylor gives brief history of the General Church in Australasia, together with account of its present state, at the General Church Evening. - L. 270ff, cf. 1974:6.
May 18. - Joint meeting of the Academy Corporation and Faculty. - L. 386. Bishop Willard D. Pendleton proposes the office of Chancellor of the Academy for the Executive Bishop of the General Church, and the office of President to be filled by another priest. An account of the newly-organized Academy Museum is given.
June. - After 25 years as Professor of Latin and History, Miss Margaret Wilde retires from Academy faculty. - L. 61.
June 12-15. - 26th General Assembly. Nomination and election of the Rt. Rev. Louis B. King as Assistant Bishop. - L. 463ff. Rev. B. David Holm appointed chairman of the new Extension Committee, now formed as a General Church Committee. - L. 466.
- Panel and first discussion groups fill Fifth Session. - L. 467, 468.
July 18. - Death of Mr. Harry C. Walter, for forty years a devoted worker for the society as treasurer, and in other fields of finance. - L. 480; 1974:179.
Aug. 28. - Death of the Rev. Dr. William Whitehead. - L. 480. 505; 1974:247. A teacher of history and political science in the Academy for over fifty years, he brought to this work a sharp insight, an inexhaustible fund of knowledge, and a keen and understanding wit.
Sept. 1. - Retirement of the Rt. Rev. Elmo C. Acton as Dean of the Bryn Athyn Church becomes effective. - L. 117; 1974:179.
- The Rt. Rev. Louis B. King begins service as Dean of the Bryn Athyn Church. - L. 214, 561; 1974:179, 227.
- Rev. B. David Holm appointed Director of General Church Religion Lessons and Editor of New Church Education. - L. 214. Also as Chairman and Editor of the Sound Recording Committee. - L. 562.
Pittsburgh, Nov. 14. - Death of Mr. James E. Blair, faithful treasurer of the Pittsburgh society for over 30 years. - L. 74.
London, Sept. - After nearly 30 years of fine service to the Swedenborg Society as Honorary Secretary, Dr. Freda Griffith relinquishes the duties of this office. - L. 525.
Sept. 20. - Completion of the Third Latin Edition of the Arcana Coelestia. - L. 1974:45. See Publications, 1973.
Total 47 42
Bishops 4 3
Ministers 6 2
Pastors 36 37
(of these, 7 are retired) 7 retired or in other work
Total Membership of Church - 3389
L. 1975:210, 552 L. 1936:141,144.
South African Mission Statistics
Pastors 5 4
Ministers 1 6
April 21. - 78th meeting of the Swedenborg Scientific Assn. - L. 330. Paper by Rev. Robert S. Junge, - Comparison, Analogy, and Real Correspondence, - in which he demonstrated the importance of analogical thought in the development of the interior natural mind as a basis and nexus to later spiritual thought from correspondences. - NP:264.
April 28. - Death of Mr. Edwin T. Asplundh. - L. 332. To him to be of services was to be of use to the neighbor, and he willingly accepted every opportunity to advance the cause of the New Church and of his beloved Academy. - AJ, Vol. 15, No. 1: p. 47.
May 16. - Joint meeting of the Faculty and Corporation of the Academy. Bishop Willard D. Pendleton announces his change from the office of President to that of Chancellor as of Sept. 1. Bishop Louis B. King includes in his report reference to his move from the office of Executive Vice-president to that of President. Included in report are announcements of the resignations of Rev. Dandridge Pendleton as principal of the Boys School, effective at the end of the school year (June, 1976) and of Prof. E. Bruce Glenn as dean of the college, effective in June, 1977. - L. 378.
We cannot close these pages without noting the many changes in personnel and administration which have taken place in this year, 1976.
Most important have been administrative changes in the administrative offices of the Academy and the General Church. Schedule for Sept. 1, 1976, these will be:
1. The retirement of Bishop Willard D. Pendleton as Executive Bishop of the General Church.
2. Acceptance by the 1976 General Assembly of the Rt. Rev. Louis B. King as Bishop of the General Church.
3. Appointment of the Rev. Alfred Acton II as President of the Academy.
4. So many other pastoral and official changes that altogether this year has witnessed an almost complete changing of the guard.
So be it. Change is often the sign of progression and growth.
C - Church Life, - civil, social and ecclesiastical.
E - Education
G - Government and Organization
M - Evangelization, Missionary
P - Publication and Translation
2. Notable Memorials
British Assembly L. 467, 471 C
Chicago District Assembly L. 568-9 L. 1939:63 E
Chicago Life Class L. 1939:45
Council of the Clergy, 3 sessions with Academy Faculty L. 250-2, 310, 352, 344
Joint Meeting Corporation and Faculty L. 334
Michigan-Ontario Meetings L. 237
Ontario District Assembly L. 1939:46-7 C
Philadelphia District Assembly L. 325, 295 C
Pittsburgh District Assembly L. 534
Pittsburgh New Philosophy Club L. 574
Sons of the Academy B. S. A. L. 236 Cf. 285
South African Meetings L. 281 L.1939:23-7 E
South African General Assembly L. 1939:27-37, 8 C G
South African Assembly L. 1939:13-17 C
Swedish-Norwegian New Church Assembly L. 185-7
British Assembly L.476-8 C M
Chicago District Assembly L. 571
Council of the Clergy L. 254-6, 248, 351 C P E
Joint Council, Clergy O Executive Committee L. 258-266 268-282, 257 C P
Joint Meeting, Corporation and Faculty L. 378
Middle West Assembly L. 366-71 C
Ontario District Assembly L. 1940:46
Philadelphia District Assembly L.285-7, 337, 385, 444, 481, 536 C
Pittsburgh District Assembly L.526
Academy Finance Assoc. L. 394-6
Chicago District Assembly L. 604
Council of the Clergy L.260-2 E C
General Church General Assembly L.385-403, 442-60, 337, 347, 356, 404, 485, 528, 415-21,428, 432, 439-41
Joint Meeting, Clergy and Executive Committee L. 263-8, 268-281 E M C
Joint Meeting, Corporation and Faculty L. 334 Cf. 385
Ontario District Assembly L. 1941:44, 1
Philadelphia District Assembly L. 237, 289
Pittsburgh District Assembly L. 601,605 L. 1941:1 C
South African Mission Report L. 595-600 G C
Teachers Conference L. 439 E
Theta Alpha Religion Committee L. 1951:454
Baltimore-Arbutus Local Assembly L. 518-20 C
Chicago District Assembly L. 1942:9-26, 49-60
Council of the Clergy L. 254-78 C
Educational Council L. 289-302 E
General Church Report L. 269 C
Joint Council L. 261-5 C
Middle West Assembly L. 522
Military Service Committee L. 1942:203, 384, 430
Philadelphia District Assembly L. 332
South African Mission Report L. 265, 375 L. 1942:84 Cf. L. 1940:595 C G
Swedenborg Society L. 518
Chicago District Assembly L. 573 L. 1943:1
Council of the Clergy L. 248, 346
Educational Council L. 250
General Church Report L. 263, 267 C
Joint Council Gen. Church L. 256-84 P C
Pittsburgh Local Assembly L. 569-70 C
Swedish Vigor Young peoples Org. L. 1946:72 G
Academy Corporation L. 337-40, 373
Chicago District Assembly L. 568 C G
Colchester Young Peoples Assembly L. 525
Council of the Clergy L. 392, 356-73 C
Educational Council L. 414, 403, 443 E C
Executive Committee Gen. Church L. 1944:182 C
General Church Report L. 356, 359, 361 L. 1942:564
Joint Council L. 395, 337 P C
Military Service Committee L. 372 C
South African Mission Report L. 356, 237, 379 L. 1944:130 C
Academy Summer School L. 253, 336, 478
Chicago District Assembly L. 522
Council of the Clergy L. 248, 254, 296, 303, 174 C E
Educational Council L. 248-253, 312, 263, 272
General Church Report L. 174 L. 1943:558
Joint Council L. 289-96, 168-82
South African Mission Meetings L. 1945:21 L. 1947:518
Swedenborg Scientific Assoc. L. 33
Arbutus-Washington Assoc. L. 1946:46, 91
Church Contributions Committee begins L 1946:160-62 C
Colchester Young Peoples Assembly L. 478
Council of the Clergy L. 254-255, 256-9 C
Educational Council L. 320-323, 306-317, 352-363 E
General Church Report L. 165 L. 1946:181 C P
Joint Meeting, Corporation and Faculty L. 375
Joint Council L. 270-279, 165-178 C
Academy Pension Plan begins L. 1951:177 C
British Assembly News Letter, Sept. L. 548-54 C P E
Chicago District Assembly L. 619
Council of the Clergy L.157 C
General Church General Assembly L. 385-405, 412-25, 337-46, 354-65, 426-37, 465-77, 478-93, 493-99, 347-353, 501-6, 499-500, 507, 372-5 C G
General Church Report L. 169
Hurstville Swedenborg Scientific Assoc. L. 380
Joint Council L.158-182 C M G
Joint Meeting, Corporation and Faculty L. 376 J. E.
Kitchener Local Assembly L. 617
Michigan District Assembly L. 573
Pittsburgh District Assembly L. 619
Toronto Local Assembly L. 1947:40-1
Baltimore-Washington Society Meeting L. 1948:136
British Assembly L. 433-445
Colchester Young Peoples Week-end L. 1948:94
Committee on Visual Education L. 117 E
Council of the Clergy L. 241-2, 172-86, 357-65, 246-56 C M
Eastern Canada Assembly L. 1948:37-40 1-10
Educational Council L. 243-245 Cf. 1951:372 C E
General Church Religion Lessons Committee L. 1948:174 E
General Church Report L. 172,48 C
Joint Council, Clergy and Executive Committee L. 289-297 C
Joint Meeting, Corporation and Faculty L. 381
Pittsburgh District Assembly L. 502-6, 523 C
South African Mission Meetings L. 405-412, 456-463 Cf. 400, 236-238 C
British Assembly L. 532-5, 536-57 Cf. 1949:170 C E
Council of the Clergy L. 265-7, 236, 170-81, 248-58 C
Educational Council L. 504-9 E
General Church Report L. 170
Joint Council L. 268-78 C G
Joint Council (special) L. 1949:159 E
South African Assembly L. 1949:1-15, 105 Cf. 38 C
South African General Church Native Mission Assembly L.1949:49-74, 16 C
South African Interracial Meeting L.1949:17-18, 38 C
British Assembly L. 445-50, 433-44, 487-501 L. 1950:134 C
Canadian Young Peoples Weekend L. 427-8
Chicago District Assembly L. 546-54 C E
Council of the Clergy L. 145-7, 236, 148-9 C
Eastern Canada Assembly L. 555-9, 574, C G
Educational Council L. 504-8, 478 E
General Church Sound Recording Committee L. 1950:45, 442 C E
Joint Council L.159-64, 165-75, 234-6
Joint Meeting, Corporation and Faculty L. 376 J. E.1949
Scandinavian Assembly L. 539-45 Nova Ecclesia
Swedish Providentia Assoc. L. 1950:41
British Assembly L. 513-16, 517-37, 577 Cf. 1951:37 C E
Council of the Clergy L.145-7,143,148-60, 200-16 C E
General Church General Assembly L. 409-27,410, 425, 426, 433-47, 289, 337, 358, 375,465, 481, 385, 352, 446-54, 506 Cf. 395, 455 C E P
Joint Council L. 160-4, 165-84, 433 M C
Joint Meeting, Corporation and Faculty L. 399 C E
Maryland, Convention Society meeting (A. Acton) L. 185
Pennsylvania Corporation General Church L. 431, 599
British Assembly L.481-4, 484-91 L.1952:9-19 C
Chicago District Assembly L. 529-32 L. 1952:64,136, 447, 119
Council of the Clergy L. 141, 155-8, 160, 193, 249 C G
Educational Council L. 460-63, 497 E
General Church Corporation L. 1952:188 G
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Joint Meeting Corporation and Faculty L. 334 C
British Assembly L. 505-9, 549, 509-19 L. 1953:16-25, 60-69
Council of the Clergy L. 175-7, 217, 274 C M
Educational Council L. 457 E
General Church Corporation Meetings A. A. L. 404
General Church Elementary Schools Report L. 551 E
Joint Council L. 177-80, 181-205 G C M
Joint Meeting Corporation and Faculty J. E. Sept. p. 89 L. 398 C
Ohio-Michigan-Pittsburgh District Assembly L. 258 C
Peace River Block District Assembly L. 460 C
Sons Meeting B. S. A. Oct. p. 19 L. 403 C
Swedish Swedenborg Study Circle L. 1953:171
British Academy meeting L. 1954:76 G E
British Assembly L. 1954:25-9, 37, 56 E
Chicago District Assembly L. 1954:29-31, 37, 67 L. 1953:535 C E
Council of the Clergy L. 172-4, 152, 220, 233 C
Eastern Canada District Assembly L. 1954:181, 44 C
Educational Council SAB 38:4 A. L. L. 455 E
General Church Corporation Meeting L. 381
Joint Meeting, Clergy and Board L. 174-8, 178-96 C
Joint Meeting, Corporation and Faculty L. 380
Local Schools Directory Report L. 425, 480
Peace River District Assembly L. 458
Western Pennsylvania-Ohio-Michigan District Assembly L. 490-3, 572, 496
British Assembly L. 517-20, 537, 521,572
Council of the Clergy L. 168, 145, 216, 221 C G
General Church Corporation Meeting L. 396
General Church General Assembly L. 401-14, 305, 360, 372, 432, 435, 465, 478 L.1955:23,79 L.1954:415-23,445, 447, 451, 387, 355, 426, 353 C G
Joint Council L. 168-75, 175-97 C
Joint Meeting, Corporation and Faculty L. 348 J. E. Sept.
Peace River Block District Assembly L. 535
Western District Assembly, First L.1955:33-5, 1
Chicago District Assembly L. 551-4, 529 L. 1956:22, 30 C E
Council of the Clergy L. 172-75, 145-54 C
Eastern Canada Assembly L. 1956:5-8, 529 L. 1956:9
Educational Council L. 441-3
General Church Connecticut meetings, First L. 1956:45
General Church Corporation Meetings L. 376 J. E.
General Conference Mission Year Book Report L. 380 C
Joint Meeting, Clergy, Directors L.175-81,181-98
Joint Meeting, Corporation and Faculty L.376 J. E.
Academy Publication Committee Report L. 400
Connecticut Group Meetings L. 1957:89
Council of the Clergy L. 171-3, 203, 153, 209, 235, 274, 280 C M
Council of the Clergy (London) L.573 Cf. 450
General Church Corporation Meetings L. 363, 470
General Church General Assembly (London) L.469-519, 484-94, 447, 449, 494, 518, 369, 420, 438, 499, 533, 547 L.1957:92
General Church Membership Report L. 576
General Church Publication Committee Report L. 519
Joint Meeting, Clergy and Board of Directors L. 173-80 180-97 C P
Joint Meeting, Corporation and Faculty L. 332
Peace River Block District Assembly L. 574-5 C
South African Mission Ministers Meetings L. 365, 350, 353, 396
British Assembly L.448-92, 493, 498, 503, 535 L. 1958:67 C E
Chicago District Assembly L. 548-56 L. 1958:16-19 C G E
Council of the Clergy L. 179-81, 162 Cf. 186 M
Eastern Canada Assembly L. 545-7, 481 L. 1958:5 C M
Educational Council L. 433
General Church Elementary School Report L. 47C
Joint Council L. 181-90, 191-206
Joint Meeting, Corporation and Faculty L. 383
North West District Assembly L. 473
Peace River District Assembly L. 515-7 C
South African Mission Ministers Meetings L. 235, 238, 245 C
Western Pennsylvania-Ohio-Michigan District Assembly L. 562 C
British Assembly L. 441-5, 489, 454 498 C G
Council of the Clergy L. 176-8, 103, 153, 225 C
Educational Council L. 523 E
General Church Corporation Meetings L. 437
General Church Sound Recording Committee Report L. 65 C
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Joint Meeting, Corporation and Faculty L. 400 J. E. E
Peace River District Assembly L. 526 Cf. 531
Philadelphia-New York- New Jersey District Assembly L. 344, 577 Cf. 1959:92
Scandinavian Assembly L. 530, 489
South African Assembly L. 363-6, 489, 370, 353 Cf. 342, 365 C G
South African Ministers Meetings L. 366-70, 353 Cf. 369
British Assembly L. 513-6 Cf. 1960:44 L. 1959:525, 569 C E
Council of the Clergy L. 178-80, 151 Cf. 204 C
Epsilon Society Report L. 539-47 Cf. 1960:334-8 M
General Church General Assembly Assembly Journal L. 453-67, 337, 345, 381, 394, 410, 482, 468-77, 431,429 Cf. 450, 477, 480, 481 C
General Church Local Schools Report L. 553, 558 E
Joint Council L. 80-84,185-98 Cf. 302 C P
Joint Meeting, Corporation and Faculty J. E. L. 331 E
Northwest District Assembly L. 590
British Assembly L. 433, 349, 499 L. 1961:6 Cf. 299 C E
Chicago District Assembly L. 1961:27 Cf. 43, 55 C
Connecticut-Massachusetts Joint Meeting L. 571
Council of the Clergy L.175-7, 222, 270, 156 Cf. 259 C
Dawson Creek District Assembly L. 1961:205
Eastern Canada District Assembly L. 554, 536 C
Educational Council L. 496-8 E
Joint Meeting, Clergy and Directors L. 177-90, 190-206 Cf. 145 C G
Joint Meeting, Corporation and Faculty L. 380 C
Midwest Academy Corporation Meeting L. 1961:27 E
Northeast Regional Assembly L. 375
Western District Assembly, Third L. 1961:133, 140
British Assembly L.463, 457, 499, 549
Council of the Clergy L. 169 Cf. 38, 153 Cf. 196, 96, 154 C G
Educational Council L.518, 520 E
General Church Corporation Meeting L.186
General Church Membership Report L. 177-80
Joint Meeting, Clergy and Directors L. 171-6, 177-97 Cf. 38 C
Midwest District Assembly L. 1962:94
Northwest District Assembly L. 522 C
Sons of the Academy Meetings BSA Sept.
South African Mission Ministers Meetings L. 305, 234 C G
British Assembly L. 546, 525 C E
Council of the Clergy L. 166 G
General Church General Assembly L. 480-501
Joint Council L. 166, 180-99 G
Peace River District Assembly L. 298, 335
South African Ministers Meetings L. 333
British Assembly L.488-91,507, 522 C
Chicago District Assembly L. 78 L. 1964:94, 67
Eastern Canada District Assembly L. 1964:80-2, 296, 18, 54
Educational Council L. 492 E
Midwest Academy Meeting L. 1964:78 G E
Pacific Northwest District Assembly L. 454 C
South African Mission Report L. 1964:178 Cf. 140 C
South West District Report L. 423 Cf. 570
Swedenborg Scientific Association New Philosophy, July Cf. L. 331 G
Swedenborg Society L. 425 P
Council of the Clergy, Annual Meetings and reports L. 166-193
Educational Council Meetings L. 515-518 E G
Holland, The Hague report L. 295
Pacific Northwest report L. 385-6
Peace River District Assembly, Tenth L. 517-20 C G
South African Mission report L. 140 G
Southeastern United States report L. 471
Swedenborg Scientific Association L. 345 New Philosophy 313 P G
British Assembly, Fiftieth L. 470, 208 G C E
Council of the Clergy, Annual Meetings and reports L. 172-204
Eastern Canada District Assembly L. 66 C
Educational Council Meetings L. 467 E G
Midwest District Assembly L. 1966:92 C
New Zealand, Auckland report L. 254 G
Pacific Northwest District Assembly C. 520 C
Scandinavian Summer School, First L. 78 C E
South African District Assembly, Seventh L. 332, 480 G E
Swedenborg Scientific Association L. 247, 348 New Philosophy 75-81 P C
Swedenborg Society, Inc., British L. 484, 33 P
Academy of the New Church, Joint Meeting L. 333 E G
British Summer School, Eighth L. 602 E C
Council of the Clergy, Annual Meetings and Reports L. 166
General Church General Assembly, 24th, Oberlin, Ohio L. June-Oct. C P M E
Swedenborg Scientific Association L. 335 New Philosophy 231 P C
Council of the Clergy, Annual Meetings and Reports L. 164-201
Educational Council Meetings L. 452 E C
Southeastern District Assembly, First L. 1968:572 C
Swedenborg Scientific Association L. 330 New Philosophy 403 P E
Swedenborg Society Library, 1967, The L. 1968:64 P
British, 53rd, and First European Assembly L. 554 C G
Council of the Clergy, Annual Meetings and Reports L. 162
District of the Carolinas and Southern Virginia report L. 362 C
Educational Council Meetings L. 505 E
General Church Translation Committee report L. 116 P
Young Peoples General Gathering, First; Laurel, Pa. L. 294 C
Council of the Clergy, Annual Meetings and Reports L. 175-194
Eastern Canada District Assembly L. 550 C G
Maple Leaf Summer Academy, First L. 433, 465 C
Sound Recording Committee, 20th Anniversary Report L. 464 C
Council of the Clergy, Annual Meetings and Reports L. 160-182
General Church General Assembly, 25th L.-Aug.-Nov.
Maple Leaf Summer Academy, Second L. 443 C E
New Church World Assembly L. 88, 230, 236, 338, 488 Cf. 1967:276 1968:507 1972:338 1973:476
Swedenborg Foundation report L. 493 P
Swedenborg Scientific Association L. 341 New Philosophy 347 P C
British Assembly, 55th L.489 C G
Canadian National Assembly, First L.379 G C
Council of the Clergy, Annual Meetings and Reports L. 168-199
South Africa, Episcopal Visit to L. 97, Cf. 13 CG
Swedenborg Scientific Association L. 348 New Philosophy 87 C G
Swedenborg Society Summer School on Translating the Writings report L.1972:33 P E
Academy of the New Church, Joint Meeting L. 390 G E
British Assembly, 56th L. 469 C G
Canadian National Assembly, Second L. 38 C G
Council of the Clergy, Annual Meetings and Reports L-264
Educational Council Meetings L. 503
Northeast District Assembly L. 475 Cf. 1974:429
Southeast District Gathering, Fifth L. 377 C
Swedenborg Scientific Association, 75th L. 347 New Philosophy 239 C G
Academy of the New Church, Joint meeting report L. 386 C G P
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Peace River District Assembly, 12th L.486 C
Swedenborg Society, Inc., 163 L. 388, 525 L.1974:45 P G
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Gum Leaf Academy, Australia L. 1875:43 C E
Hurstville, Australia Gathering, report L. 168 C G;
Midwestern Academy Founders Day report L. 553, 5 Cf. 507
Ohio District Assembly L. 1975:45 C G
Pacific Northwest District Assembly L. 1975:85
Swedenborg Scientific Association L. 365 New Philosophy 83 E G
Swedenborg Society London L. 469, Cf. 364 P G
Academy of the New Church, Joint Meeting L. 378 G E
Ancient Church Conference L. 509 C E
Council of the Clergy, Annual Meetings and Reports L. 271-281 Cf. 210-226
Educational Council Meetings L. 508 E
Northeast District Assembly, Third L. 507 C G
Southeastern District Assembly, Second L. 328 G C
Summer Academies, The Laurel Leaf 75 L. 491, 511 C E
Swedenborg Scientific Association L. 330 New Philosophy 251 C G
Swedenborg Society London L. 377 C7 P
Caldwell, Sr., Robert Benton L. 479
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Glenn, Mrs. Robert Morris (Cara Starkey) L. 240, 279
Hussenet, Madame Stephanie L. 1939:96
Lindsay, Samuel Stewart L. 1939:96, 87, 117, 113, 267
Pendleton, Mary Lawson (Young) L. 1939:96, 112, 107
Whittingdon, Mrs. Mary L. 526, 1928:Jan.
Caldwell, Emma Gertrude Beebe L. 432
Cowley, Dr. Wm. L. 1940:96, 80, 93
Elphick, Mrs. F. W. (Louisa Waters) L. 288, 429
Letele, Mrs. Catherine L. 527 Cf. 1943:117
Pendleton, Louis Beauregard L. 288, 306, 301
Rosenqvist, Rev. Joseph Elias L. 240, 234 Cf. 255
Smith, Mrs. Charles S. L. 528
von Moschzisker, the Hon. Robert L. 1940:48, 78
Bellinger, Mrs. Theodore (Elizabeth Doering) L. 287, 284
Carswell, Harold Thorpe L. 96, 79, Cf. 93
Cooper, Mrs. Frederik R. (Laura Procter) L. 511, 508
Fritz, Joachim J. L. 560, 558
Harris, Rev. Thomas Stark L. 192, 191, 185, 261, 268
Howard, Conrad Arthur L. 143, 187 Cf. 379
Lindsay, Mrs. Samuel S. (Helen Pitcairn) L. 143, 139
Scott, George L. 606, L. 1941:48
Anderson, John Pearson L. 1942:431
Carpenter, Esq., Paul L. 1942:48, 23
Cooper, Frederick James L. 576, 546, 550, 572
Cozby, Captain J. D. L. 1942:527 Cf. 1923:630
Doering, Ferdinand L. 240
Grix, Charles R. L. 1942:185
Headsten, Miss Eugenie L. 1942:48, 42, 131
Lindrooth, Oscar Theodore L. 528, 570
Nelson, Seymour Gabriel L. 230, 261
Reuter, Adolph Wm. L.380
Sargeant, Alec Openshaw L. 336, 315-16
Wells, John Augustus L. 476
Forrest, Miss Bessie L. 239
Foster, Miss Emma Rushford L. 192, 19C
Geymuller, Baron Henry de L. 236
Godfrey, Alfred L.1943:48, 28
Homiller, Wm. Foster L.143
Izzard, Flying Officer Lawrence L. 1944:48, 44
Kendig, Joseph Robert L. 1943:46
Marshall, Miss Katherine Hogan L. 143, 139
Moir, Alexander James L. 384
Pitcairn, David A. L. 480
Powell, Arthur Hallium L. 528
Richardson, Mrs. Elizabeth Goheen L. 1943:48
Ridgway, Emma Cordelia (Mrs. James Henry) L. 384
Ridgway, Esq., Robert Melville L. 432, 418, 478
Ridgway, Rowland Alfred L. 384
Tilson, Rt. Rev. Robert James L. 288, 574, 337, 343
van Zyverden, Charles L. 1943:96
Waelchli, Rev. Fred E. L. 480, 445, 451, 479
Walter, Lieutenant Richard Alvin L. 576, 557, 558
Acton, Rev. Wm. Henry L.1944:192,121 Cf. 334, 282
Bellinger, Flying Officer Wm. George L. 566 L. 1944:43, 48
Boatman, Mrs. Nancy Margaret L. 239
Brown, Frederick Albert L. 1944:288
Brown, Wm. Clark L. 288
Coffin, Catherine Raber (Mrs. James Price Coffin Sr.) L. 288
Coffin. James Price L. 336
David, Rev. Llewellyn Warren Towne L. 528, 500, 504 L. 1944:249
Davis, Lieutenant Justin Hugh L. 576, 566
Doering, Dr. Frederich Emanuel L. 1944:94
Finley, Horace L. 480
Fuller, Norris Eugene L. 190
Hill, Sergeant Pilot Ralph Roschman L. 186, 232
Howland, Mrs. Carrie R. (Davenport) L. 239
Lane, Rev. Wm. Harrison L. 1944:48
Lechner, Arthur Otto L. 192, 238
Lindsay, David Pitcairn L. 96
McQuigg, Miss Emma L. 336
Potts, Miss Edith L. 288
Price, Sergeant Kenneth von Waldeck L. 1944:48, 91
Pryke, James Samuel L. 528, 555 L. 1944:70
Pryker, Mrs. Susannah L. 576, 555
Richey, Miss Janet Curry L. 336, 335
Schweitzer, Margueretta (Mrs. Conrad) L. 288
Sellner, Miss Josefine L. 432
Smeal, Miss Florence Little L. 288, 285
Stebbing, Rev. Ernest J. L. 288, 308
Steen, Isaac Bretz L. 144, 143
Stole, Rev. Philip Johannes L. 336, 332, 394, 421
Tilson, Mrs. (Edith Gunton) L. 384, 520
Tyler, Gertrude Price L. 288
Acton, Miss Annie Elizabeth L. 432
Asplundh, Ensign Oswald Eugene Jr. L. 288, 280
Blackman, Mrs. Harry E. L. 96, 137
Burnham, Laurence Bostock L. 288, 334
Buss, Sergeant, James Martin L. 384, 382, 427, 476
Caldwell, Miss Elizabeth L. 384
Craigie, Edward L. 192, 188
Day, Violet Emily (Goodwin) L. 96, 93-4
Finkeldey, Professor Adam L. 432, 460, 571
Freeman, Edwin L. 384, 378
Hallowell, Guernsey A. L. 192
Harris, Emrys L. 576
Howard, Horace Henry L. 1945:143, 184
Junge, Mrs. Wm. H. (Malvina Elise Boericke) L. 536, 334
Kuhl, Lieutenant Allen Wm. L. 479,470
Leonard, Private Jeremy L. 1945:89
Liden, Bertil Gustaf L. 288, 282
Lindsay, Harold Kenneth L. 144, 145
Loomis, Captain Stevens L. 569
Maddock, Mrs. Sara Elizabeth L. 479
Morse, Rev. Richard L. 576, L. 1945:67, 60, 66, 255 Cf. 136,169
Orme, Mrs. Albert Earnest (Sarah Dicks) L. 384
Pemberton, George Elliott L. 384, 381 L. 1945:189
Renkenberger, Miss Laura Belle L. 1945:48
Renkenberger, Tirzah L. 144,123
Richards, Mrs. Walter W. (Eveline de Chazal) L. 384, 381
Rose, Mrs. Frank Hodson (Mary Ann Eearle) L. 432
Steen, Alfred Hachborn L. 192
Sturnfield, Charles Herman L. 576, 575
Vinet, Mrs. Camille (Marie Cantol) L. 76 L. 1945:93
Woefle, Gustav Alexander L. 570, L. 1945:121
Bellinger, Cyril Eugene L. 336, 334
Boggess, Dr. Wm. Benjamin L.143
Evens, Sergeant Pilot Arthur Leslie L. 280. 281
Field, Henry George L. 289
Gardiner, Mrs. Ethel Kate Pritchard (Morgan) (Mrs. Ernest Walton) L. 1946:96, 137
Gunther, Emil Paul L. 528, 565
Hansen, Private First Class Carl L. 143, 281
Maynard, Arthur T. L. 191, 283
McClean, Mrs. Violet Mary (Robinson) L.1946:192, 186
Olds, Dr. Charles Louis L. 576
Pollock, John Daniel L. 288, 331
Riefstahl, Louis Victor L. 191, 236
Smith, Thomas L.191
Stebbing, Elizabeth Stott Cowley L. 528 L. 1946:90
Synnestvedt, Rev. Homer L. 384, 402-6, 407-9 L. 1946:157
Wallenberg, Miss Clara L. 336
Woefle, Oscar Martin L. 1946:144, 138
Beekman, Miss Lillian Grace L. 1947:93
Bostock, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth (Junge) L. 624, 587-590
Cooke, Mrs. Alfred (Phyllis Dorothy Proudman) L. 192, 186
Cooper, Frederick Ryle L. 239, 268, 328
Cowley, Miss Margaret L. 335
Doering, Marie Schill (Mrs. Henry) L. 1947:95, 87
Gladish, Rev. Willis Lindsay L. 287, 297-303, 282
Good, Milton Emerson L. 1947:48, 85, 142
Good, Mrs. Anna Belies L. 1947:48, 85, 142
Hager, Miss Hilda M. L. 335, 462
Holmes, Berger Alfred L. 1947:48, 91
Waters, Edward James L. 1947:135
Wilson, Frank L. 576, 570
Blackman, Harry Edward L. 143, 140-1
Brown, Charles Raynor L. 1948:48, 68-70
Doering, Albert L.1948:135
Graham, Mary Elizabeth Remington (Mrs. John A.) L. 432, 476
Grix, Miss Laura L. 336, 331
Gunther, Adolph K. L. 1948:96
Iungerich, Rev. Dr. Eldred Edward L. 143, 157-61, 242
Ridgway, Colin Owen L. 1948:48, 134, 44
Synnestvedt, Miss Elsa Anna L. 575 L.1948:43 L.1952:242-50
Asplundh, Griffith L.1949:96, 78-9
Boericke, Mrs. Selma (Mrs. Felix Ariel) L. 576
Boker, Anna Andersen (Mrs. Vitus A.) L. 480, 572
Boyesen, Ragnar L. 576, 574
Doering, Catherine Ziegler L. 480, 521
Doering, Henry L. 384
Fiske, George Kendall L. 287, 282 Cf. 1945:363
Gyllenhaal, Mrs. Selma Amanda (Nelson) (Mrs. Anders Leonard) L. 192, 185
Hunter, Jasper Emanuel Swedenborg L. 576, 571
Junge, Wm. Hubbard L.1949:48.74-77
Mcanyana, Rev. Moffat B. L.287, 237, 258-60, 266, L.1928:449
Merle, Joseph Marcel L. 576
Norris, Charles L. 384
Parker, Mary Cole (Mrs. Wm. E.) L. 1949:48
Pleat, Charles Frederick L. 432
Pollock, Esther Vivian (Mareluis) (Mrs. Thomas F.) L.192, 279
Ridgway, Wm. Nicolis L. 432, 425
Robinson, Irene Myrtle (Gordon) (Mrs. Ernest Frankish) L. 480, 476
Scalbom, Elizabeth Ruthven (Burnham) (Mrs. Oscar L.) L. 192, 185
Schnarr, Pearl Hickman (Mrs. Wilfred) L. 384, 430
Smeal, Wm. John L. 1949:48, 92
Trautman, August John L. 528
Umberger, Helen Ruth Arrington (Mr. Charles) L. 576
Waters, Mrs. Gladys Mabel L. 528, 476
White, John F. L.1949:96, 280
Wiedinger, Mrs. Mary Falk L. 384, 427
Williams, Mrs. Caroline Semple L. 1949:96
Bellinger, Peter L. 287, 325
Berninger, Dominique L. 1950: 47, 94
Blake, Minna Crandall (Mrs. George A.) L. 335, 322
Boericke, Edward Emanuel L. 432
Boyesen, Miss Anna L. 1950:33-34
Carswell, Miss M. Roberta L. 1950:47, 39
Carter, Norman Augustus L. 336, 376
Francis, Emanuel L. 384, 464-67
Gubb, Jesse Edgecombe L. 336, 327
Hollem, Howard Ranch L. 576, 574
Merrell, Donald L. 336, 306-9 L. 1950:164
Raymond, Miss Doris Margaret L. 144, 190
Riefstahl, Mrs. Amy Synnestvedt (Mrs. Louis Victor) L. 1950:47, 91
Roschman, Constance Irene (Mrs. Eugene) L.1950:48, 39
Somerville, Miss Blanche Geraldine Guthrie L. 96,190
Staddon, Percival Elias L. 240, 323
Davis, Mrs. Lena Mary (Selina) (Mrs. Hugh Hanlin) L. 511, 508
Diem, Berton W. L. 192, 236
Elphick, Rev. F. W. L. 239, 300-9, 458 L. 1951:157
Kitzelman, Burwood G. L. 560, 553
Kuhl, George S. L. 287, 403
Leonardos, Rev. Henry L. 464, 538-40 L. 1951:157
Synnestvedt, Paul L. 192, 226-8 L.1951:159
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Owens, Mrs. Hannah L. 288, 286
Roschman, Rudolph L.1952:48, 41
Starkey, Mrs. Grace Hathaway L. 1952:48 L. 1951:573
Stebbing, Robert Archibald L. 288, 473
Thompson, Arnold L.144, 234
van Passen, Adrian L. 289
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Daniel, Lady Sarah Ann L. 1953:96
Doering, Mrs. Lucy Lyons (Cooper) L.1953:48, 71
Eckhoff, Michael L. 1953:143, 139, 140
Forfar, James Johnson L. 143, 250, 139
Hobart, Miss Caroline Augusta L. 264, 173
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Reuter, Mrs. Gertrude Eva L. 504, 550
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McQueen, George Alexander L. 208, 108
Odhner, Rev. Vincent Carmond L. 352
Pemberton, Leonard Garth L. 304, 298
Stebbing, Mrs. Robert A. (Ruby Hart) L. 432, 420 L. 1951:473
Walker, Wm. Wayne L. 432, 472
Bell, Samuel L. 207
Bellinger, Miss Celia Centennia L. 516, 581, 537
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Gladish, Theodore L. 564, 609
Hansen, Emil T. L.144
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Lindrooth, Harold Alvin L.1955:36, 203
Lindsay, Alexander Pitcairn, L. 465, 512, 501, 500 L. 1955:180
Lucas, M. Louis Jules L. 1955:178
Schnarr, Rudolph Robert L. 400, 399
Starkey, Dr. George Goddard L. 464 L. 1955:174
von Moschzisker, Mrs. Anna Bodges L.1955:48
Waters, James Elphick L. 255
Acton, Mrs. Alfred (Emeline Carswell) L. 432, 392, 391
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Caldwell, Robert Beebe L. 383, 426
Nelson, Miss Emelina L. 480
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Synnestvedt, Mrs. Anna Elizabeth (Lechner) L. 480
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Childs, Geoffrey Stafford L. 1957:47, 82, 96, 78, 183
Davis, Royal Samuel L. 468
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Merrell, Charles George L. 335, 348 L. 1967:183
Pernis, Adrianus L. 468, 458
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Schoenberger, Herbert L. 468, 459
Stroh, Miss Edna L. 1957:351
Vinet, Professor Camille L. 143, 112
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Doering, Rev. Dr. Charles Emil172, 145, 352 L. 1958:182
Doering, Mrs. Frank L. (Elizabeth Richardson) L. 1958:47, 140
Farrington, Dr. Harvey L. 391
Fuller, Benjamin Delano L. 432
Glebe, Nelson Henry L. 480
Henderson, Albert Dean L. 586 L. 1958:
Jones, Harold Charles L. 1958:96, 256
Lechner, Hermann L. 480
Nelson, Miss Adah L. 308, 389
Rooter, Warren Adolph L. 1958:96, 352
Ridgway, Leonard Albert L. 480
Roehner, Wm. John L. 308
Schnarr, Dr. R. W. L. 144, 549, 351
Sellner, Sr., Anton L. 355
Soderberg, John L. 432
Spalding, Miss Ethel H. L. 1958:47
Synnestvedt, John B. L. 380, 389
Taylor, Thomas Richard L. 576 Cf. 1958:39
Whittingdon, Miss Winifred L. 480, L. 1958:256
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Drown, Mrs. Reginald W. (Augusta Pendleton) L. 144
Brown, Robert Morgan L. 96 183
Cockerell, Stanley Dunbar L. 584
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Hanlin, Miss Clara Hobart L. 307; 336
Junge, Felix L. 307
Kandisa, Rev. Johnson L. 440
Matshinini, Rev. Timothy L. 440
Motsi, Rev. Jonas L. 403
Renkenberger, Dr. Francis Edwin L. 440
Rijksen, Marinus L. 259, 349 L. 1950:137
Schoenberger, Miss Helena Johanns L. 354, 483
Smith Rev. Gilbert Haven L. 1959:96, 120, 176, 182, 57
Caldwell, Rev. Wm. Beebe, D. Th. L. 1960:47, 73, 49, 90, 189
Cole, Mrs. Robert MacFarlan (Wertha Pendleton) L. 96, 166, 206
Cronlund, Mrs. Emil Robert (Mary Guthrie Somerville) L. 143
Davis, Miss Dorothy Evelyn L. 143, 169, 171
Doering, Dr. Frank Lyons L. 1960:95
Everett, Wm. Edward L. 255
Falk, Miss Sophie L. 143
Granfelt, Captain Nils Daniel L. 1961:211
Gyllenhaal, Rev. Frederick Edmund L.1960:47, 24, 1, 188
Hyatt, Winfred Sumner L. 1960:96 L. 1961:289
Klein, Miss Anna Magdalena L. 143
Rhodes, Telford O. L. 608, 556
Roschman, Samuel L. 512 L. 1960:141
Sigstedt, Mrs. Thorsten Isedor (Sigrid Cyriel Ljungberg Odhner) L. 255, 234
Smith, Mrs. Roydon Hamilton (Besse Edmonds) L. 303, 320
Waters, Gilbert Owen L. 255, 301
Alden, Robert M. D. L. 1961:147, 79
Bostock. Edward Crary L. 528, 505
Boyesen, Mrs. Ebba Adolfina L. 348
Brickman, Mrs. Anna Katherine S. L. 576
Burnham, Miss Dorothy L. 144, 171
Carpenter, Mrs. Paul (Venita Pendleton) L. 1961:47
Gyllenhaal, Mrs. Leonard Ephraim (Philo Pendleton) L. 528
Hyatt, Hubert L. 264, 293
Jeunechamp, Colonel Eugene Louis L. 215
Loven, Nils L. 528, 521
Lunga, Rev. Johannes M. L. 312
Maynard, Miss Helen L. 576, 557, 559
Norman, Franklin Parker L. 1961:96
Pendleton, Mrs. Nathaniel Dandridge (Beatrice Walton Childs) L. 144, 168
Pitcairn, Harold Frederick L. 312, 296
Steen, Frederick Wm. L. 264
Wahlstrom, Mrs. Hedvig Sofia Amalia L. 257, 348
Barnitz, Rudolph McClean Sharon Report Dec. L. 1962:47
Boef, Rev. Hendrik Wm. B. A. Post Jan. L. 140,144
Boyesen, Mrs. Agnes (Mrs. Eyvind P) L. 532
Carroll, Edward A., L. 62:47
Cole, Louis S. L. 391, 429
Cranch, Walter Appleton L. 480
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Kuhl, George Harold L. 144
Lucas, Mrs. Louis Jules (Bertha Emilie Mack) L. 480
Nelson, Mrs. Alvin E. (Helen Farrington) L. 391, 429
Pollock, Thomas F. L. 1962:47
Scott, Archibald Hachborn L. 1962:47
Smith, Bertrand Louis L. 96
Smith, Mrs. Gilbert H. (Nora Mary Potts) L. 1962:96
Stroh, Mrs. Emil Frederick (Ruth Evelyn Prankish) L. 348
Baeckstrom, Rev. Gustaf L. 356, 512, 542, 513, 540
Cooper, Mrs. Wm. R. (Gertrude Simons) B. A. Post Nov. 22 L. 1963:47, 17
Cranch, Eliot L. 258
Cronlund. Mrs. Jane Synnestvedt L. 1963:41
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Gyllenhaal, Miss Vida Louis L. 132, 214
Lewin, Samuel Robert L. 448
Roschman, Eugene Louis L. 258
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Ashby, Miss Harriet Elizabeth L. 575 L. 1964:27
Clennell, James Thomas L. 208, 360, 362
Cole, Robert M. L.243
Elphick, Mrs. Frederick W. L. 1964:48
Grant, Fred Martin L. 472
Hilldale, Robert Coffin, Esq. L. 163, 197, 200
Sigstedt, Thorsten Isedor L. 1964:48
Stebbing, Wm. H. L. 243
Acton, Rev. A. Wynne L. 388-409, 410 Newsletter v. 30, n. 8, p. 6
Alden, Carrie Louis L. 144, 345
Alden, Rev. Karl Richardson L. 49, 72, 96 BA Post v. 45, n. 2
Bostock, Frank G. L. 131, 144 BA Post v. 45, n. 4
Ebert, Charles Henry L. 281, 300 BA Post v. 45, n. 16
Engettjes, Herman Gerard L. 528, 524
Izzard, Herbert Percy L. 348, 476
McQueen, George Alexander L. 251, 337, 344 BA Post v. 45, n. 13
Stevens, Jesse Victor L. 1965:47
Stroh, Nathaniel L. 432, 570
Blackman, Geoffrey Eugene L. 584
Brown, George Percy L. 352, 484
Childs, Randolph W. L. 352, 1966:115, 172 BA Post v. 46, n. 21
Cook, William Francis L. 536, 582
David, Mrs. Warren (Hildrgarde Odhner) L. 300, 582 BA Post v. 46, n. 14
Dawson, Percy L.396, 1966:285 Newsletter vol. 31, n. 9, p. 9; n. 8, pp. 3, 7
Lima, Joao de Mendonca L. 170, 210 1966:171
Maynard, Henry Sherman L. 259
Synnestvedt, Esq., Arthur L. 432, 1966:172 BA Post v. 46, n. 28
Thorine, Signe L. 1966:48, 93
Wiedinger, Arthur John L. 488
Davis, Edward Hugh, Esq., L. 215, 1967:170 BA Post v. 47, n. 9
Horigan, Elmer S. L. 404, obit. 569
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Asplundh, Carl Hj. L. 423, 1968:165 BA Post v. 48, n. 27
Barger, Gerrit Henry, Sr. L. 1968:143, 208
Cranch, Rev. Raymond Greenleaf L. 1968:96, 164 BA Post v. 48, n. 49
Gladish, Donald Geoffrey L. 424, 471 BA Post v. 48, n. 27
Lee, Sydney Everdell L. 1968:48, 166, 208
Anderson, Reginald S. L. 259, 357, 1969:177
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Ebert, Charles Dandridge L. 480
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Heilman, Otho Ward L. 576, 1970:37 BA Post v. 50, n. 43
Pendleton, Charles Rittenhouse L. 172, 203 BA Post v. 50, n. 7 Academy Journal (annual number) 1968-69 p. 24
Acton, Kesniel Carswell L. 344, 384, 1971:170 BA Post v. 51, n. 21
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Ashley, Beatrice Eleanor L. 480 BA Post v-51, n. 34
Eklund, Axel A. 1973:48
Posthuma, John Johannes L. 1972:48, 136 Newsletter v, 38, n. 3, p. 5
Potts, Lucy L. 440 BA Post v. 52, n. 30
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Waelchli, Lucy Boggess (Mrs. Victor E.) L. 1972:96 BA Post v. 1, n. 17, p. 1
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Collins, Carolina (Fritz) L. 528
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1958 Buthelezi, S. 1st by Bishop G. de Charms South Africa L. 39:27
Kandisa, J. 1st by Bishop G. de Charms South Africa L. 39:27
Lunga, J. 1st by Bishop G. de Charms South Africa L. 39:27
Mtize, S. 1st by Bishop G. de Charms South Africa L. 39:27
Mkizo, W. 1st by Bishop G. de Charms South Africa L. 39:27
Mphatse, A. 1st by Bishop G. de Charms South Africa L. 39:27
Nteso, George 1st by Bishop G. de Charms South Africa South Africa L. 39:27
Rich, Morley Dyckman 1st by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 38:333, 336
Rogers, Norbert Henry 1st by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 38:333, 336
Sabela, P. 1st by Bishop G. de Charms South Africa L. 39:23
Stole, Philip 2nd by Bishop G. de Charms South Africa L. 39:23
Zungu, A. 1st by Bishop G. de Charms South Africa L. 39:23
1939 Boyesen, Bjorn A. H. 1st by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 336:377
1940 Algernon, Henry 1st and 2nd by Bishop G. de Charms South America L. 578, 560, 580 L. 41:45
Odhner, Ormond de Charms 1st by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 336
Pryke, Martin 1st by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 336
Rich, Morley Dyckman 2nd by Bishop Alfred Acton U. S. L. 608
Rogers, Norbert Henry 2nd by Bishop G. de Charms Canada L. 680
1941 Boyesen, Bjorn A. H. 2nd by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 382
Cranch, Harold Covert 1st by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 382
1942 Cranch, Harold C. 2nd by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 576
Odhner, Ormond de C. 2nd by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 528
1946 Pendleton, Willard D. 3rd by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 499
1950 Simons, David Restyn 2nd by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 335, 392
Stroh, Kenneth 2nd by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 335, 392
1951 King, Louis Blair 1st by Bishop W. D. Pendleton U. S. L. 383, 354
1952 Childs, Geoffrey Stafford 1st by Bishop G. de Charms L. 406
Holm, Bernhard David 1st by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 406
Pendleton, Dandridge 1st by Bishop C. de Charms U. S. L. 406
Rose, Frank Shirley 1st by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 406
1953 Franson, Roy 1st by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 383, 364
King, Louis Blair 2nd by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 255
1954 Childs, Geoffrey S. 2nd by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 399, 385
Pendleton, Dandridge 2nd by Bishop G, de Charms U. S. L. 399, 385
1955 Junge, Robert Schill 1st by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 382, 347
Schnarr, Frederick Laurier 1st by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 383, 347
Weiss, Jan Hugo 1st by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L.303, 347
1956 Franson, Roy 2nd by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 142, 125
1957 Heinrichs, Daniel Winthrop 1st by Bishop G. d Charms U. S. L. 390, 378, 379
Holm, Bernhard David 2nd by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 143, 170
Junge, Robert S. 2nd by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 431, 403, 472
Rose, Donald Leslie 1st by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 390, 378, 379
Schnarr, Frederick L. 2nd by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 308, 337
Weiss, Jan H. 2nd by Bishop W. D. Pendleton Canada L. 308, 338
1958 Heinrichs, Daniel W. 2nd by Bishop W. D. Pendleton South Africa L. 353, 342, 356
Kunene, Wm, 1st by Bishop W. D. Pendleton South Africa L. 353, 369
Lutuli, Mafa 2nd by Bishop W. D. Pendleton South Africa L. 353, 369
Magelepo, Armstrong 2nd by Bishop W. D. Pendleton South Africa L. 353, 369
Mbedzi, Paulus 1st by Bishop W. D. Pendleton South Africa L. 353, 362
Sibeko, Paul Pefeni 2nd by Bishop W. D. Pendleton South Africa L. 353, 362
1960 Asplundh, Kurt Horigan 1st by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 383, 3?2, 426
Taylor, Douglas McLeod 1st by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 383, 372, 428
1961 Boolsen, Gudmund Ullrich 1st by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 390, 375
Howard, Geoffrey Horace 1st by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 390, 375
1962 Asplundh, Kurt Horigan 2nd by Bishop W. D. Pendleton U. S. L. 375, 367
Taylor, Douglas McLeod 2nd by Bishop W. D. Pendleton U. S. L. 375, 367
1963 Cole, Robert Hudson Pendleton 1st by Bishop W. D. Pendleton U. S. L. 375, 357
Howard, Geoffrey Horace 2nd by Bishop W. D. Pendleton U. S. L. 334, 323
Nemitz, Kurt Paul 1st by Bishop W. D. Pendleton U. S. L. 375, 357
Rose, Donald Leslie 2nd by Bishop G. de Charms U. S. L. 375, 412
Soneson, Lorentz Ray 1st by Bishop W. D. Pendleton U. S. L. 375, 357
1964 Acton, Alfred 1st by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L. 376, 387
Buss, Peter Martin 1st by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L. 377, 387
1965 Buss, Peter Martin 2nd by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L. 350
Fugueiredo, Jose Lopes de 1st by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L. 583
Goodenough, Daniel Webster Jr. 1st by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L. 381, 394
Heinrichs, Willard Lewis Davenport 1st by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L. 382, 394
Soneson, Lorentz Ray 2nd by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L. 350
1966 Acton, Alfred 2nd by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L. 619
Cole, Robert Hudson Pendleton 2nd by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L. 619
Kunene, William 2nd by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton South Africa L.143
Magelepo, Armstrong 2nd by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton South Africa L. 143
Mbedzi, Paulus 2nd by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton South Africa L. 143
Nemitz, Kurt Paul 2nd by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L. 250
1967 Acton, Elmo Carman 3rd by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L. 251, 337, 371
van Rij, Deryck 1st by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L. 357, 371
1968 Goodenough, Daniel Webster 2nd by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L. 95
1969 Heinrichs, Willard Lewis Davenport 2nd by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L. 142
Rogers, Norbert Bruce 1st by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L.100, 129
Smith, Christopher Ronald Jack 1st by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U.S. L. 383, 376
1971 Mbatha, Bhekuyise Alfred 1st by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton South Africa L. 479
Sandstrm, Erik Emanuel 1st by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L. 343, 351
Smith, Christopher Ronald Jack 2nd by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton Canada L. 351
1972 Boyesen, Ragnar 1st by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L. 380, 395
King, Louis Blair 3rd by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L. 567, 575 L. 1973:46
Sandstrm, Erik Emanuel 2nd by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L. 350
1973 Boyesen, Ragnar 2nd by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L. 391
Carlson, Mark Robert 1st by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L. 379, 391
Gladish, Michael David 1st by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L. 379, 391
Kline, Thomas Leroy 1st by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L. 380, 391
1974 Alden, Glenn Graham 1st by Rt. Rev. Willard Pendleton U. S. L. 367, 391
Gladish, Michael David 2nd by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton Canada L.367
Larsen, Ottar Trosvik 1st by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L. 367, 390
Mbatha, B. Alfred 2nd by Rt. Rev. Louis B. King South Africa L. 447
Nkabinde, P. P. 1st by Rt. Rev. Louis B. King South Africa L. 447
1975 Kline, Thomas L. 2nd by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L. 431
Rose, Patrick 1st by Rt. Rev. Willard D. Pendleton U. S. L. 400, 431