CollectionGB 0231 University of Aberdeen, Special Collections
Ref NoMS 896
TitleJames Brown Craven, clergyman: collections and studies on Trithemius; Doctor Heinrich Khunrath
DateEarly 20th century
Extent0.05 linear metres
Creator NameCraven; James Brown (1850-1924); Episcopalian clergyman, Orkney
Administrative HistoryThe son of a clergyman, James Brown Craven was born in 1850 and ordained as Episcopal curate of St. Andrew’s, Aberdeen, in 1875. He quickly took on the parish of St Olaf, Kirkwall, Orkney, where he served until 1914. He was appointed to be Archdeacon of Orkney in 1913. He wrote several works on historical or religious subjects, mostly to do with Orkney. He died in 1924.
DescriptionCraven's collections and studies on Trithemius; Doctor Heinrich Khunrath, early 20th century.
AccrualsNone expected.
Access StatusOpen
Access ConditionsThe records are available subject to the signed acceptance of the Department's access conditions.
Physical DescriptionNo physical conditions affecting use of collection.
Related MaterialMS 794: A. Christie: 'Miscellaneous and critical observations on the Hebrew tongue' (1808)
MS 894 - MS 895: Session records of South Ronaldsay and Isle of Burray, Orkney (1905)
MS 2156: J.B. Craven: 'Recollections and collections in connection with the parish of Newhills' (1922)
MS 2197: J.B. Craven: family memorials, notes and pedigrees (1905 - 1920)
MS 3504: Scottish Episcopal Church, Meiklefolla, Macterry, etc. (1774 - 1862)
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