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Annesley, Francis, 1734 - 1812 (master of Downing College)

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1734 - 1812

Dates and places

Died London April 1812

Sphere of activity

MP. First Master of Downign College.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

 Sub-Series

Correspondence with Francis Annesley, 1785 - 1810

Reference Code: GBR/0269/DCPP/HAR/1/1
Scope and Contents From the Management Group:

Including papers of Masters, Professors and Fellows of Downing College, and gifts from past members. Includes academic administrative records but not estates correspondence.

Dates: 1785 - 1810
Conditions Governing Access: From the Management Group: Some records series are subject to confidentiality restrictions with the following closure periods: 30 years from date of creation for general administration files, legal records and financial files; 50 years from date of creation for governmental records, including papers of the College Governing Body and College Council, and constituent committees; 100 years from date of creation for personal and personnel records, including tutorial files, staff and fellows files and appointment records, personal finance and pension records. In addition sensitive correspondence and papers concerning College affairs such as disputes and disciplinary matters are closed for 100 years. Restrictions apply on some personal and private papers.
 File — Container: DCPP/BEA/1

Filing box with correspondence, notes, cuttings and pictures, 1909 - 1919

Reference Code: GBR/0269/DCPP/BEA/1
Scope and Contents

Concerns Downing College history and old members; mainly correspondence with old members about raising money for portraits of W.P. Schreiner and Francis Annesley.

Dates: 1909 - 1919
Conditions Governing Access: From the Management Group: Some records series are subject to confidentiality restrictions with the following closure periods: 30 years from date of creation for general administration files, legal records and financial files; 50 years from date of creation for governmental records, including papers of the College Governing Body and College Council, and constituent committees; 100 years from date of creation for personal and personnel records, including tutorial files, staff and fellows files and appointment records, personal finance and pension records. In addition sensitive correspondence and papers concerning College affairs such as disputes and disciplinary matters are closed for 100 years. Restrictions apply on some personal and private papers.
 Fonds

Francis Annesley correspondence and papers, 1766 - 1808

Reference Code: GBR/0269/DCPP/ANN
Scope and Contents

Very little personal correspondence is extant in the archive. These letters were mainly preserved amongst the correspondence of Sir Busick Harwood and any order or reason for their survival separate to other Annesley correspondence is lost.

Dates: 1766 - 1808
Conditions Governing Access: From the Management Group: Some records series are subject to confidentiality restrictions with the following closure periods: 30 years from date of creation for general administration files, legal records and financial files; 50 years from date of creation for governmental records, including papers of the College Governing Body and College Council, and constituent committees; 100 years from date of creation for personal and personnel records, including tutorial files, staff and fellows files and appointment records, personal finance and pension records. In addition sensitive correspondence and papers concerning College affairs such as disputes and disciplinary matters are closed for 100 years. Restrictions apply on some personal and private papers.
 Sub-sub-class

Letters and notes of Francis Annesley, Master, 1800 - 1812

Reference Code: GBR/0269/DCAR/1/1/6/2/1
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series:

Stewards' and Bursars' correspondence, and that of people acting in these capacities even if not the contemporary Steward or Bursar themselves, or prior to official titles existing for the responsibilities.

Dates: 1800 - 1812
Conditions Governing Access: From the Sub-Series: Free access