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431433
  • Title
    Fielding family further papers, 1845-1991
  • Creator
  • Call number
    MLMSS 7285
  • Level of description
    Collection
  • Date

    1845 - 1991
  • Type of material
  • Reference code
    431433
  • Physical Description
    21 boxes, 1 outsize folder - 3.61 Meters
  • ADMINISTRATIVE/ BIOGRAPHICAL HISTORY

    Sydney Glanville Fielding became an Anglican minister in 1882 and was Rector of St Matthias' Church (Paddington, N.S.W.), 1907-1923. He wrote novels, verse, sermons and tracts on masonry, some of which were published. In 1886 at Dubbo he married Lucy Frances Johnson, youngest daughter of Richard Johnson, a solicitor at Mudgee and Wellington. The Fieldings had six surviving children, five daughters and a son. Una Fielding was a distinguished neuroanatomist who went to work in England in 1923; she was Acting Professor of Histology and Neurological Anatomy at the American University of Beirut, 1927-1928. Erica Fielding was a teacher, family housekeeper and President of the N.S.W. Women's Hockey Association. Morris Glanville Fielding was educated at the King's School, Parramatta, before going onto study at Oxford. He served with the 2nd Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry as a 2nd Lieutenant during World War I. Ordained deacon in 1919 and priest in 1920, he was Rector of St Aidan's, (Longueville, N.S.W.), 1924-1954. Daisy Fielding was a teacher, mainly in England. Enid Frances Fielding worked in advertising and travelled to London, where she lived after marrying Henry Izod Rogers in 1926. Winifred Ruth Fielding was a teacher and dietitian. Further biographical information can be obtained in 'A Johnson Family History' by Ruth Fielding located at MLMSS 5582/5.
  • Scope and Content
    I. SYDNEY GLANVILLE FIELDING

    1923, 1925-1929; Appointment diaries, including two for 1925 (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/1/1)
    1885-1916, Date unknown; Letters received mainly from Lucy Fielding, Morris Fielding and Ida Lee (Marriott) (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/1/2)
    1917-1930; Correspondence, being mainly letters received, mainly with Morris Fielding, Una Fielding, Sir Kelso King and John Le Gay Brereton (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/1/3)
    1892-1930; Financial and legal papers mainly concerning income, investments and rental properties (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/1/4)
    1893, 1907-1930; Ecclesiastical correspondence mainly concerning St Matthias' Church (Paddington, N.S.W.) (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/2/1)
    1882-1913; Ecclesiastical documents, including ministers' licenses (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/2/2)
    1902-1929; Ecclesiastical printed material, including church leaflets and pamphlets (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/2/3)
    1907-1930; Literary correspondence mainly with Australian and British publishers, and Lord Chelmsford, Sir Walter Davidson, Sir Dudley de Chair, Sir Kelso King and Archibald Richmond (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/2/4)
    1900; Uncut page proofs of Down to the Sea in Ships (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/2/5)
    1902; Incomplete uncut page proofs of The New Vicar of Wakefield (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/2/6)
    ca. 1927; Corrected typescript drafts (2) of 'From Windjammer to Battleship' (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/3/1)
    1929, Date unknown; Corrected carbon typescript of 'Neither Married Nor Given in Marriage', with enclosed related correspondence with S. E. Bartlett and Ward, Lock & Co., Publishers, London (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/3/2)
    Date unknown; Articles: 'Revolution & Religion: A War Incident', 'The Crime Wave - Its Cause & Remedy' and 'Communism and the Churches' (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/3/3)
    1927, Date unknown; MS. verse and prose (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/3/4)
    Date unknown; Notebooks (2) (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/3/5)
    1884-1927; Publications: The Castaway and Other Poems (1884), being annotated and corrected printed copy, with enclosures; The Great Question of the Age: Two Easter Sermons Preached at St John's Church, Parramatta (1892), being annotated copy, with enclosures; Thy People Britain: An Address delivered at St Matthew's Church, Windsor (1901); The Relation of Ancient Masonry to Modern Science & Religion: The Addresses (1906); Westminster Abbey (1915); Australia A.D. 2000 or The Great Referendum [1917]; 'The Australian Sailor and the Australian Navy', The Sydney Mail, 9 July 1919, p. 15; The Master Builder [1922?]; The Centre (1925); and 'From Windjammer to Battleship', The Canberra Times, 31 May 1927, p. 6 (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/4/1)
    1878-1928; Newscuttings (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/4/2)
    1894-1926; Miscellaneous papers, including programmes (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/4/3)

    II. LUCY FRANCES FIELDING

    1913; Travel diary, 1 May-24 Sept. 1913, compiled en route to and in England (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/4/4)
    1874, 1885-1911, Date unknown; Letters received mainly from George Cox, S. G. Fielding, Morris Fielding and the Johnson family (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/4/5)
    1912-1913; Letters received mainly from Morris Fielding, Amy Haggard and May Morris (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/4/6)
    1914-1915; Box 5 Folder 1 : Lucy Frances Fielding correspondence, 1914-1915. Correspondence, being mainly letters received, with Morris Fielding, Amy Haggard, Edith Keene, Florence Keene and Dora Minchin (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/5/1)
    1916-1917; Box 5 Folder 2 : Lucy Frances Fielding correspondence, 1916-1917 Letters received mainly from Morris Fielding, Amy Haggard, Edith Keene, Florence Keene and Mimmie MacDiarmid (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/5/2)
    1918; Box 5 Folder 3 : Lucy Frances Fielding correspondence, 1918 Letters received mainly from Morris Fielding, Amy Haggard, Edith Keene and Florence Keene (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/5/3)
    1919-1927; Letters received mainly from Daisy Fielding, Enid Rogers, nee Fielding, Morris Fielding and Una Fielding (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/6/1)
    1928; Letters received mainly from Daisy Fielding, Enid Rogers, nee Fielding, Erica Fielding and Una Fielding (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/6/2)
    1929; Letters received mainly from Daisy Fielding, Enid Fielding, Erica Fielding and Una Fielding (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/6/3)
    1930-1932; Letters received mainly from Daisy Fielding, Enid Rogers, nee Fielding and Una Fielding (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/7/1)
    1933; Letters received mainly from Daisy Fielding, Enid Rogers, nee Fielding and Una Fielding (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/7/2)
    1934-1935; Letters received mainly from Daisy Fielding, Enid Rogers, nee Fielding and Una Fielding (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/7/3)
    1873, 1882, Date unknown; Miscellaneous Johnson family papers, being letters (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/7/4)
    1915-1917, Date unknown; Miscellaneous papers, including papers concerning St Matthias' Poor Relief Fund, 1915-1917 (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/7/5)

    III.UNA LUCY FIELDING

    1903-1960; Correspondence, being mainly letters received, with, among others, Lucy Fielding, Morris Fielding, S. G. Fielding, with a copy of The Magazine of the Women's College, University of Sydney, no. 16, Aug. 1929, featuring 'An Australian in the Near East' by Una Fielding (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/7/6)
    1911-1960; Letters received mainly from Morris Fielding, being the originals of copies made by the Library in Oct. 1969 and located at MLMSS 1857 (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/7/7)

    IV. ERICA FIELDING

    1905-1924, Date unknown; Correspondence, being mainly letters received, with, among others, Daisy Fielding, Enid Rogers, nee Fielding, Lucy Fielding, Morris Fielding, Una Fielding, S. G. Fielding and Jocelyn Gunnar (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/8/1)
    1925-1934; Letters received mainly from Daisy Fielding, Enid Rogers, nee Fielding, Una Fielding and Ellen M. Wyllie (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/8/2)
    1935-1937; Letters received mainly from Daisy Fielding, Enid Rogers, nee Fielding, Una Fielding and Isabel Way (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/8/3)
    1938-1939; Letters received mainly from Daisy Fielding, Enid Rogers, nee Fielding and Una Fielding (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/8/4)
    1940-1943; Letters received mainly from Daisy Fielding, Enid Rogers, nee Fielding and Harry Rogers [Henry Izod Rogers] (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/9/1)
    1944-1984; Correspondence, being mainly letters received, with, among others, Daisy Fielding, Enid Rogers, nee Fielding, Una Fielding, Ellen M. Keeley, nee Wyllie, and Henry Isod Rogers (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/9/2)
    1930; Letters of condolence received on the death of the Reverend S. G. Fielding (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/9/3)
    1935; Letters of condolence received on the death of Lucy Frances Fielding (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/9/4)
    1920-1968; Papers concerning hockey, including minutes of the New South Wales Women's Hockey Association, 1948, 1952, 1957, programmes and photographs (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/9/5)
    1903-ca. 1980; Miscllaneous papers, including certificates, newscuttings, notes and inscribed presentation copy of The Centre by S. G. Fielding, July 1929 (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/9/6)

    V. MORRIS GLANVILLE FIELDING

    1935-1968; Appointment diaries (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/10/1)
    1906-1928, Date unknown; Letters received mainly from Enid Rogers, nee Fielding, Erica Fielding, Lucy Fielding, Ruth Fielding, S. G. Fielding, Una Fielding and Alice Webb (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/11/1)
    1919-1969; Correspondence, being mainly letters received, with among others, Una Fielding, being the originals of copies made by the Library in Oct. 1969 and located at MLMSS 1857 (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/11/2)
    1930-1970; Correspondence, being letters received, with, among others, Daisy Fielding, Enid Rogers, nee Fielding, Erica Fielding, Una Fielding, Edith Keene, C. L. MacDiarmid, Harry Rogers [Henry Izod Rogers] and Winifred Sealby (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/11/3)
    1942-1947; 'Chaplain's Letters', being correspondence with military chaplains (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/11/4)
    1943-1946; Letters received, with related papers, from and concerning the Australian Army Chaplains Department Rehabilitation Service and the Royal Australian Air Force Church of England Chaplain (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/11/5)
    1930; Letters of condolence received on the death of the Reverend S. G. Fielding (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/12/1)
    1935; Letters of condolence received on the death of Lucy Fielding (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/12/2)
    1933-1967; 'Mother's Estate Letters' (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/12/3)
    1935-1971; Testamentary and related papers mainly concerning the estates of Lucy Fielding, Enid Rogers, nee Fielding, Daisy Fielding and Una Fielding (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/12/4)
    1911-1914, 1935-1962; Financial papers (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/12/5)
    1914-1919; Papers concerning military service in the 2nd Battalion, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/13)
    1914-1969; Miscellaneous papers,including his obituary of Una Fielding, notes, draft sermons and St Matthias' Church (Paddington, N.S.W.) (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/13)
    1892-ca. 1970; Printed material mainly concerning church and religious affairs (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/13)

    VI. DAISY IRENE FIELDING

    1909-1917; Diary, 1 Mar. [1914]-22 Feb. 1917, with enclosures, including University of Sydney examination papers, newscuttings and 'English Notes', being a notebook (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/14/1)
    1912-1919, Date unknown; Letters received mainly from Lucy Fielding, Morris Fielding and S. G. Fielding (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/14/2)
    1911-1917, 1946; Miscellaneous papers (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/14/3)

    VII.ENID FRANCES ROGERS, nee FIELDING

    1911-1918; Letters received mainly from Lucy Fielding, Morris Fielding and S. G. Fielding (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/14/4)

    VIII.WINIFRED RUTH FIELDING

    1906-1935, Date unknown; Correspondence, being mainly letters received, with, among others, Daisy Fielding, Enid Rogers, nee Fielding, Lucy Fielding, Morris Fielding, S. G. Fielding, Una Fielding, Edith Keene and the MacDiarmid family (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/14/5)
    1936-1945; Correspondence, being mainly letters received, with Keith Bottomley, Daisy Fielding, Enid Rogers, nee Fielding, Una Fielding, Milton Johnson, Edith Keene and the MacDiarmid family (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/14/6)
    1955-1970; Letters received mainly from Marjorie Barnard, Enid Rogers, nee Fielding, Una Fielding, Gladys Holman, Richard Le Bas Johnson, MacDiarmid family and Harry Rogers [Henry Izod Rogers] (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/15/1)
    1971-1989; Correspondence, being mainly letters received, with, among others, the MacDiarmid family and Harry Rogers [Henry Izod Rogers] (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/15/2)
    1934-1937; Correspondence with Keith Bottomley (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/15/3)
    1922-1936; Papers mainly concerning Nutrition and Home Science, including 1934 study leave report on Dietetics and Diploma course at London School of Dietetics (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/15/4-6)
    1930-1991; Genealogical papers, including Fielding, Johnson and Morris family trees; letter from Richard Johnson to Fanny [Jane Frances Morris], 25 Aug. 1845; notes and births and death certificates (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/16/2)
    ca. 1955-1976; Papers concerning Una Fielding, including obituaries and correspondence concerning her estate and unpublished manuscript (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/16/3)
    1922; Notebooks (3) concerning Sydney Teachers College (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/16/4)
    1930-1937; Notebooks (3), with various diary entries (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/17/1)
    1914-1982; Miscellaneous papers, including Australian passport, 1934; address books (2); and drawing book for Mosman Evening College classes (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/17/2)
    1913, Date unknown; The Holy Bible presented by her parents, Mar. 1913 (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/17/3)

    IX. PHOTOGRAPHS

    192-; Album of snapshots including family members and mainly of the Murrumbidgee River, Narrandera, Tumbarumba, Tumut, Wagga Wagga (N.S.W.), Mount Buffalo (Vic.), and visit of the American fleet to Leeton (N.S.W) (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/18/1)
    192-; 'Kia Ora from Rotorua N.Z. / Photographs', being album of snapshots of a trip to New Zealand (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/18/2)
    186--ca. 1930; Photographs, including carte-de-visite, originally in 'The Cathedral and Ecclesiastical Album' featuring Anglican clegymen and S. G. Fielding, and from other other sources, members of the Morris and Johnson families and scenes around Wellington (N.S.W.) (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/19)
    1870-192-; Photographs, including carte-de-visite, of Fred Keen; members of the Fielding and MacDiarmid families; Campbell MacDiarmid ascending Mount Egmont (New Zealand), 1912; residence at 63 Kenneth Street, (Longueville N.S.W.); Cenotaph (Martin Place, Sydney, N.S.W.); rectory garden, Windsor (N.S.W.); and of celebrities in New Zealand (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/20)
    1913-198-; Photographs including members of the Fielding and Johnson families; Henry Izod Rogers; W. T. Muston's residence and gardens, Willoughby (N.S.W); scenes of France, 192- ; home economics class; Australian and British soldiers and officers of World War I; women's hockey teams, 1919, 192- ; and women motorists (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/21)
    ca. 1900-1911, Date unknown; Photographs including group portrait of Merton College students, Oxford University, 1911; choirboys and choristers, Christchurch (New Zealand); and of the Garrison Church of the Holy Trinity (Millers Point, N.S.W.) (Call No.: MLMSS 7285/22X)
  • Source
    Presented by Winifred Ruth Fielding via Mavis Wheeler in 1992
  • Access Conditions

    This material is held offsite and can take up to four days to retrieve.
  • General note

    Earlier accessions of Fielding family papers are located at MLMSS 1857 and MLMSS 5582, and those of Morris Fielding's papers are located at MLMSS 3024 and MLMSS 3024 ADD-ON 865.
    State Library of New South Wales collection of World War I papers
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