The Reverend George Cox: ‘A Man of Many Parts’ – by Joy Cullen

The Charity stained glass window in St Peter’s Anglican church, in Mornington, Victoria is dedicated to the Reverend George Cox and his wife Fannie. Mr Cox had not been a vicar at St Peter’s but was closely involved with the church and its community for 25 years. Cox is remembered as a vestryman and churchwarden. He conducted baptisms, weddings and funerals; he carried out relief preaching at St Peter’s and other churches and was acknowledged as an early local historian of the district. Cox was also a noted naturalist, and member of the Field Naturalist Club of Victoria.

Softcover, B&W images, 32 pp.

Published by Mornington & District Historical Society, 2019.

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The Charity stained glass window in St Peter’s Anglican church, in Mornington, Victoria is dedicated to the Reverend George Cox and his wife Fannie. Mr Cox had not been a vicar at St Peter’s but was closely involved with the church and its community for 25 years. Cox is remembered as a vestryman and churchwarden. He conducted baptisms, weddings and funerals; he carried out relief preaching at St Peter’s and other churches and was acknowledged as an early local historian of the district. Cox was also a noted naturalist, and member of the Field Naturalist Club of Victoria.

Softcover, B&W images, 32 pp.

Published by Mornington & District Historical Society, 2019.

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Weight .15 kg
Dimensions 26 × 17 × .5 cm

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