Joshua Stratton

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The Rev. Joshua Stratton (d. 1864), was educated at New College, Oxford (1816, B.A. 1819, M.A. 1823), ordained 1822, was the Cathedral's Sub-Librarian and later the Precentor. He was appointed vicar of Halston, Kent, in 1825 and of Goodneston with Graveney, Kent, in 1842.[1]

Shelfmark W/L-1-3
Francis Godwin. Catalogue of the bishops of England, since the first planting of Christian religion in this island, ... Whereunto is prefixed a discourse concerning the first conuersion of our Britaine ... by Francis Godwin ... London: 1615.
Inscription on front free endpaper: E libris Jos: Stratton.
Shelfmark W/A-1-43/45
Holy Bible; ... printed from the first edition ... of the present translation. With notes, by ... Thomas Wilson
Bath: 1785.
Inscription on front pastedown: Presented to the Chapter Library By the Revd. Joshua Stratton, Sub-Librarian Nov. 22. 1841.

W2/T-3-5(20)

Shelfmark CCA-DCc-LA-2/7
Canterbury Cathedral. Library.. Catalogue of the books, both manuscript and printed, which are preserved in the library of Christ Church, Canterbury.. 1802.
Inscription on front pastedown: J. Stratton. Sub-Librarian. Inscription on front free end paper: J. Stratton.
With deletions and additions in Joshua Stratton's hand in the alphabetical section of the 1802 catalogue.
Shelfmark CCA-DCc-LA/5/10
Catalogue of the books, both manuscript and printed, which are preserved in the library of Christ Church, Canterbury..
[Canterbury]: 1802.
Inscription on front pastedown: J Stratton.
The personal copy of the Cathedral Library's 1802 catalogue belonging to Joshua Stratton, the Sub-Librarian in the mid-nineteenth century.
References
  1. CCED PersonID 21756; Foster, Alumni Oxonienses