Young, James Rarity (Archdeacon), 1891-1972

Young, James Rarity (Rev), 1891-1972

Anglican priest. Born Tower Hill Koroit, Victoria, Australia. Ordained priest in Christchurch, 1916. 1917-1919 was chaplain to the 1st Brigade, New Zealand Field Ambulance, World War One. (For more information Google `Blain Biographical Directory of Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific').Chaplain with the NZ Field Artillery during World War I. Contributed many stories to Jim Henderson's programme, Open Country radio series. Archdeacon emeritus, Diocese of Wellington, 1959. [WWNZ 10th edition 1971]

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Date: 24 Dec 1972 From: Open Country Sound Recordings Ref: OHInt-0002/423 Description: This is a repeat of Programme 216 and 319 Access Contact - see oral history librarian Venue - Wellington Interviewer(s) - Jim Henderson, presenter Venue - ...
Date: 11 Feb 1918 By: Rogers, John H (Rev), active 1900-1918 Ref: MS-Papers-6584 Description: Holograph copy of letter to Rogers from the padre of the New Zealand Field Artillery battery in which his son, Major Victor Rogers was serving, telling him o...
Date: 1891-1968 (1969) By: Young, James Rarity (Archdeacon), 1891-1972 Ref: MS-Papers-1032 Description: Young writes of his childhood and of life in Palmerston North, student days at Canterbury University College, and of being an Anglican Priest at various pari...
Date: 27 June 1965 From: Open Country Sound Recordings Ref: OHInt-0002/092 Description: Archdeacon James Young recalls his experiences, as chaplain appointed by the National Council of Churches, amongst the war refugees who arrived in Pahiatua (...
Date: [1949-1966] From: Schafer family : Papers Ref: MS-Papers-8025-1 Description: Comprises letters to and from Adele and Felix Schafer, mostly in 1949; identified correspondents entered in the Name field; also includes clippings including...
Chaplains officiating at New Zealand Division thanksgiving service after the armistice ending World War l
Date: 14 November 1918 From: Royal New Zealand Returned and Services' Association :New Zealand official negatives, World War 1914-1918 Ref: 1/2-013783-G Description: Chaplains officiating at New Zealand Division thanksgiving service after the armistice ending World War I. They are from left - Rev James Alexander Jermyn....
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Date: [ca 1961] From: New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation : Tapes, scripts and miscellaneous papers for the radio programme Open Country Ref: MS-Papers-1239-003 Description: Programmes include 'Barry Crump in the city', 'Michael Brian, potato picker', 'The boy marchers of Taupo' by Joseph Banks, 'Ride and tie' by Bruce Stronach,...
Date: [ca 1961] From: New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation : Tapes, scripts and miscellaneous papers for the radio programme Open Country Ref: MS-Papers-1239-002 Description: Programmes include 'Rabbit hunt' by Archdeacon James Young, 'Floods', 'Roadmen and fences'. Quantity: 1 folder(s).
Date: 09 Sep 1962 From: Open Country Sound Recordings Ref: OHInt-0002/022 Description: Archeacon Young recalls an experience with his horse Bessie and Black Creek bridge, when he was vicar of the long narrow bush parish of Ross and South Westla...
Date: 21 Dec 1962 From: Open Country Sound Recordings Ref: OHInt-0002/028 Description: Stories include: The Coal Miner, by Joseph O'Brien (recorded on disc in 1948); In the Rats, by Archdeacon James Young, read by Douglas Laurenson; The Parson'...
Date: 12 Feb 1967 From: Open Country Sound Recordings Ref: OHInt-0002/149 Description: In the days before the bridges it was by his horse that one came to recognise the traveller - Archdeacon James Young tells us how he soon got into the way of...
Date: 24 Dec 1967 From: Open Country Sound Recordings Ref: OHInt-0002/190 Description: Access Contact - see oral history librarian Venue - Wellington Interviewer(s) - Jim Henderson, presenter Venue - NZBC Studios, Wellington. Arrangement: Tap...
Date: 29 March 1970 From: Open Country Sound Recordings Ref: OHInt-0002/303 Description: Grapes were used each year in this Mid Canterbury Church's Easter Ceremonies and Archdeacon Young discovered the history of the vines which provided the grap...
Date: 14 Nov 1965 From: Open Country Sound Recordings Ref: OHInt-0002/102 Description: In 'One more river to cross to the wedding' Archdeacon J R Young recalls an unusual wedding in the West Coast. Due to inclement weather and swollen rivers he...
Date: 25 April 1963 From: Open Country Sound Recordings Ref: OHInt-0002/043 Description: Access Contact - see oral history librarian Venue - Wellingtoon Interviewer(s) - Jim Henderson, presenter Venue - NZBC studios, Wellington Abstracted by - C...
Date: September 1961 From: Open Country Sound Recordings Ref: OHInt-0002/005 Description: Access Contact - see oral history librarian Venue - Wellington Interviewer(s) - Jim Henderson, presenter Interviewer(s) - Basil Clarke, reader Venue - NZBC ...
Date: 15-16 Jul 1999 - 15 Jul 1999 - 16 Jul 1999 By: Henderson, James Herbert, 1918-2005; Manson, Heugh Cecil Drummond, 1941- Ref: OHColl-0299/1 Description: James Herbert (Jim) Henderson born Motueka 1918. Outlines family background - father, Herbert Cochar Henderson, ran general merchant store before buying Kair...
Date: 1997, 9 Jun 1998 - 09 Jun 1998 From: Conscientious objectors of World War II By: Browne, Mervyn Mills, 1922-2011 Ref: OHInt-0426-02 Description: This interview is in 2 parts - the first is a recorded piece from a speech given by Merv. Browne in 1997 - the second part is an interview made in Hamilton o...
Date: 1997, 9 Jun 1998 - 09 Jun 1998 From: Conscientious objectors of World War II By: Browne, Marjorie Edna, 1924- Ref: OHInt-0426-01 Description: This interview is in 2 parts - the first is a recorded piece from a speech given by Marj Browne in 1997 - the second part is an interview made in Hamilton. M...
Date: [1904-1963] By: Young, James Rarity (Archdeacon), 1891-1972 Ref: 77-035 Description: Source of title - Supplied Relationship complexity - See TAPUHI for further J R Young papers Arrangement: Preliminary listing available Quantity: 8 box(es...