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File:Consecration of J I Wedgwood.jpg

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Description
Consecration of w:J. I. Wedgwood, founding bishop of the w:Liberal Catholic Church by w:Frederick Samuel Willoughby, Bernard Gauntlett and Robert King, 13 February 1916, at the Co-Masonic Temple, London.

Front row: Rt Revd Robert King (1869-1954), assistant consecrator; Rt Revd James Ingall Wedgwood (1883-1951); Rt Revd Frederick Samuel Willoughby (1862-1928), consecrator; Rt Revd Bernard Edward Rupert Gauntlett (1881-1924), assistant consecrator; Very Revd John Briggs Seaton, Provost Back row: José B. Acuña (later Bishop), Reginald Farrer, three unidentified Servers, Theodore Bell, unidentified Priest.

Taken by unknown photographer, 13 February 1916. Publication history not known, but believed to have been published shortly after it was taken. Appears in the history of the Liberal Catholic Church by J I Wedgwood. Extensive enquiries with the church have not revealed a copyright holder.
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Source https://templarpriests.weebly.com/bl-james-ingall-wedgwood.html
Author Unknown, for the Liberal Catholic Church

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Consecration of J I Wedgwood by F S Willoughby, B Gauntlett and R King, 13 February 1916
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