EPW024170 ENGLAND (1928). Holy Trinity Cathedral and environs, Gloucester, 1928

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Title [EPW024170] Holy Trinity Cathedral and environs, Gloucester, 1928
Reference EPW024170
Date September-1928
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Place name GLOUCESTER
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 383124, 218813
Longitude / Latitude -2.2451238148861, 51.867198345196
National Grid Reference SO831188

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Gloucester Central Station GWR

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Tuesday 16th of October 2012 11:07:46 AM
St. Aldate Street

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St John's Church

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St. Mary's Gate

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Bishop Hooper's Monument. Burned at the stake at this spot 1555.

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St. Mary's Square

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Northgate Street

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User Comment Contributions

St. Mary's Square 27/09/2013

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Monday 30th of September 2013 01:50:53 PM
Gloucester Cathedral is St. Peter's, not Holy Trinity, so the title is wrong.



There is a Holy Trinity Church in Longlevens, which is not far away, so that may be the source of the confusion.

Kay Powell
Wednesday 7th of November 2012 09:59:06 AM
Dear Kay,

Thank you for your comment - I've just done a bit of research into this. In 1541 St Peter's Abbey became Gloucester Cathedral dedicated to the Holy and Undivided Trinity. In the 19th century the phrase 'Holy and Indivisible Trinity' was used. It wasn't until c.1963 that St Peter reappeared in the name, when the dedication was changed to 'St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity'.

I hope that clears up any confusion.



Best wishes

Laura Maddison

Britain from Above Cataloguer

Laura Maddison
Wednesday 7th of November 2012 09:59:06 AM