Places

Some of the places in the United Kingdom and Ireland associated with Gerard Manley Hopkins

Stratford, East London
The family house no longer exists
Born 1844

St John’s Church
Baptised 1844

St Francis of Assisi Church (where the Requiem Mass was celebrated for the five nuns drowned on the SS Deutschland. Four of the nuns are buried in St Patrick’s Catholic cemetery, Leytonstone.)

Hampstead
The family house no longer exists

St John’s Church, Hampstead 1852

Highgate
Highgate School 1854

St Aloysius Church

Oxford
Balliol College 1863

St Aloysius Church (see photograph) 1878

Hereford
Belmont Abbey 1866

Birmingham
Birmingham Oratory 1867

Roehampton
Manresa House – Jesuit Novitiate
(now Whitelands College, part of Roehampton University) 1868

St Joseph’s Church

Stonyhurst
Stonyhurst College 1870

North Wales
St Beuno’s 1874

Holywell Shrine

Sheffield
Mount St Mary’s, Spinkhill 1877

Church of the Immaculate Conception, Spinkhill

Memorial to Gerard Manley Hopkins in Poet's Corner, Westminster Abbey

London
Farm Street Church 1878
Westminster Abbey 1975 Memorial in Poets’ Corner
(see photograph)

Bristol
St Mary on the Quay 1878

Bedford Leigh
St Joseph 1879

Liverpool
St Francis Xavier 1879

Glasgow
St Joseph 1881

Inversnaid
Loch Lomond

Preston
St Ignatius and St Wilfred 1882

Manchester
Holy Name Church 1883

Ireland
St Stephen’s Green Dublin 1884

Clongowe Woods College 1884

Monasterevin 1887

St Stanislaus College Tullabeg 1889

Hastings 1885

Gerard Manley Hopkins memorial window at Haslemere

Haslemere
Visit to his family at their home 1887

St Bartholomew, Haslemere 1890 Memorial window
(see photograph)


Family holidays, university reading parties, Jesuit villas

Shanklin,Isle of Wight 1863 & 1866

Chagford, Devon 1865

Horsham, Sussex
Whiting’s Farm 1866

Bovey Tracey, Devon
St Peter and St Paul Church 1867

Innellan, Argyllshire 1871

Isle of Man
Derby Castle 1872 & 1873

Teignmouth, Devon 1874