Genealogy data of Dolman or Dowman, of Pocklington

Virtute et Veritate (Courage and truth)
Charles Vincent Dolman - pierre tombale

Charles Vincent DOLMANAge: 76 years18421918

Charles Vincent DOLMAN
Given names
Charles Vincent
Name prefix
Note: ou Charles Buckley
Birth 1842 34 23

benedictine priest

Death October 12, 1918 (Age 76 years)

SourceThe Catholic who's who
Publication: 1908 Edited by Sir F. C. BURNAND
Page 14 : Dolman, CANON CHARLES VINCENT, O.S.B. only son of Charles Dolman (the well-known publisher and founder of Dolman's Magazine) by his wife Miss Frances Coverdale, of Ingatestone; descended from the Dolmans of Pocklington, a family which has given many sons to the altar, as, for instance, in the Sixteenth Century, Father Alban Dolman, and Father John Dolman, S.J.
ou Charles Buckley
in H.O., a benedictine priest at Hereford Mr. Charles Dolman had an only son, the Very Rev. Charles Vincent Dolman, of Hereford, Canon of Newport.
Composition d'Edward ELGAR, ami de Charles Vincent DOLMAN, Prieur de l'Eglise Catholique Romaine de Saint François-Xavier d'Hereford, Broad Street Opus n° 7 -1907 - "Stella Maris Ave - Jésu Meek and Lowly" écrit en 1887 - dédicadé au Révérend Chanoine DOLMAN, OSB Hereford - Hymne eucharistique publié par Novello - joué en 1907. The Ave Maris Stella was eventually dedicated to the Rev. Canon Charles Vincent Dolman OSB, the priest of St. Francis Xavier in Hereford where Elgar worshipped when he lived in the city between 1904 and 1911. It is written for SSTB and organ, the consequent difference in colouring and slightly faster tempo making this the most distinctive of the three works. An English version appeared as Jesu, meek and lowly, with words supplied by the Revd. Henry Collins. In May 1907 Elgar sent them to Novello's with the admonition: "They are tender little plants, so treat them kindly whatever is their fate". John Allison (in Edward Elgar: Sacred Music, Border Lines, 1994) points out that the three motets received no reviews when their new versions appeared in 1902 and 1907, particularly curious as Elgar was then at the height of his powers and popularity and The Musical Times was a Novello publication. He speculates that the Latin texts were still considered provocative. Ave Maria, gratia plena; Dominus tecum; Benedicta tu in mulieribus, Et benedictus fructus ventris tui, Jesus. Sancta Maria, Mater Dei, Ora pro nobis peccatoribus. Nunc et in hora mortis nostrae, ora pro nobis Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee; blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, Pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death pray for us. Ave maris stella, Dei Mater alma, Atque semper Virgo, Felix coeli porta. Sumens illud Ave Gabrielis ore, Funda nos in pace, Mutans Hevae nomen. Solve vincula reis, profer lumen caecis Mala nostra pelle, Bona cuncta posce. Monstra te esse matrem, sumat per te preces, qui pro nobis natus, tulit esse tuus. Virgo singularis, inter omnes mitis, nos culpis solutos, mites fac et castos. Vitam praesta puram, iter para tutum: ut videntes Jesum semper collaetemur. Sit laus Deo Patri, summo Christo decus, Spiritui Sancto, tribus honor unus. Amen. Hail, O Star of the ocean, God's own Mother blest, ever sinless Virgin, gate of heav'nly rest. Taking that sweet Ave, which from Gabriel came, peace confirm within us, changing Eve's name. Break the sinners' fetters, make our blindness day, Chase all evils from us, for all blessings pray. Show thyself a Mother, may the Word divine born for us thine Infant hear our prayers through thine. Virgin all excelling, mildest of the mild, free from guilt preserve us meek and undefiled. Keep our life all spotless, make our way secure till we find in Jesus, joy for evermore. Praise to God the Father, honour to the Son, in the Holy Spirit, be the glory one. Amen.
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