5 April 1914; Sunday

At chapel and School as usual. Mrs Fred1 asked me to take Arthur Mullens’ children’s service for him as he was unwell. I had his class too. Rather stormy day. Didn’t get any walks. Charlie at Williamson Terrace hearing Pike singing Stainer’s Crucifixion2.


  1. Mrs Fred: presumably Mrs Waggott, wife of Mr Fred Waggott, butcher. 

  2. [The] Crucifixion”: oratorio for tenor & bass soloists, composed 1887 by Sir John Stainer (1840 – 1901), professor of music at Oxford University 1889.