Fonds PR-0076 - Cridge-Laundy family fonds

Corner of the Quadra Street Cemetery Chinese man named Toye on steps Chinese man with Cridge or Laundy children Theatre group including Cridges, Mouats and Pembertons James Bay bridge.  Looking north from the parliament Buildings Carr's Tennis Club "Marifield", 238 Government Street, Bishop Edward Cridge residence "Glaslyn Cottage", 570 Simcoe Street "Glaslyn Cottage", 570 Simcoe Street Bishop Cridge "Father of Hospital Services in Victoria" Sir James Douglas Funeral of Sir James Douglas at the Church of Our Lord Mary Cridge (nee Winmill) with daughter Mary Cran and granddaughter Maude Cran (later Mrs. Rowlan... Mary Cridge (nee Winmill) with eldest granddaughter Maude Cran (later Mrs. Rowland Paget) Marriage of Nellie Cridge to T.H. Laundy in Marifield garden Maude Cridge, Lillian Macdonald, Flora Burns and Mrs. Tom Kier play croquet on lawn of 1290 Beach... Douglas Street looking north Fort Street looking east Cast of Chu Chin Chow East wing of the Royal Jubilee Hospital Unveiling of the Fort Victoria Memorial Cairn on the causeway 1290 Beach Drive Anthony Musgrave Rev. Thomas W. Gladstone Chinese peddler Bishop Edward Cridge and family Tea party at "Marifield" Bishop Edward Cridge residence at 238 Government Street Cast of a Grecian play Maude and Nellie (Ellen) Cridge Chartres and Evaline Pemberton Lady Amelia Douglas (nee Connelly) Sophie Pemberton Suzie Pemberton Frederick Pemberton Sophie and Ada Pemberton Elizabeth Cridge, sister of Bishop Edward Cridge Mary Cridge (later Mrs. Cran) Maude Cridge daughter of Bishop and Mrs. Cridge (never married) Rhoda Cridge, daughter of Bishop and Mrs. Cridge Cridge sisters, Maude, Rhoda and Ellen (Nellie) Bishop Cridge's residence "Marifield" Right Reverend George Hills, Bishop of British Columbia Flora Macdonald Edith Macdonald J.W. Douglas The Cridge family's Chinese servant Grave at Ross Bay Cemetery Grave at Ross Bay Cemetery Chinese man with Cridge or Laundy family members Bishop Edward Cridge
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Cridge-Laundy family fonds

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  • 1859-1976 (Creation)
    Laundy, Thomas Herbert, 1865-1957 (family)

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0.62 m of textual records and other material

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Bishop Edward Cridge organized a Reformed Episcopal Church in Victoria in 1874. Besides his work for the Church, which continued until 1902, Cridge was instrumental in the establishment of the City's first hospital, the Female Infirmary, and the Protestant Orphan's Home.

Ellen Laundy, the daughter of Bishop Cridge, married the Reverend Thomas Laundy, whose fourth child was Helen Forbes.

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Fonds consists of records created primarily by Bishop Edward Cridge, his daughter Ellen Laundy, and her daughter Helen Forbes documenting the activities of the Cridge-Laundy family, and their contributions to the Church of Our Lord, Protestant Orphan's Home, Female Infirmary and Royal Jubilee Hospital.

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A family tree for the Cridge-Laundy family is available.

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Includes 0.62 m of textual material, 344 photographs, 19 postcards and 2 artifacts.

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