The Henson project gratefully acknowledge the assistance of the following organisations and individuals:

  • the Arts and Humanities Research Council, for Research Grant award AH/P003958/1: ‘Church, state, and nation: the journals of Herbert Hensley Henson, 1900-39′
  • the Dean and Chapter of Durham Cathedral as copyright holders of the Journals, to publish many of the volumes in an online edition, especially Canon Rosalind Brown for her early support
  • the staff in Durham Cathedral Library for organising the work of volunteer transcribers, providing digital images of the original volumes, and for their assistance in other ways. We would like to thank especially Lisa di Tommaso, head of collections 2015-18; Alison Cullingford, head of collections from 2019; Sarah-Jane Raymond, assistant librarian; and Janet Gunning, imaging services officer
  • the assistants in the pilot project: Jeremy Bonner and Tom Rodger
  • the dedicated team of volunteers who provided transcriptions of the journals: Sheila Bamber, George Barber, Jacob Cain, Brenda Clark, Rosemary Clifford, Melanie Colling, Kevin Cummings, Penny Davies, Sarah Dodds, John Ferguson, Monica Gilmore, Marie Hodgson Pepper, David Hunt, Jill Miskiw, Suzanne Pepper, Michael Priestley, Margaret Ray, Helen Robinson, Adriana Salazar-Mendez, Helen Schofield, Yulia Smith, Krys Stenhouse, Olly Teregulova, Catherine Turner, Judith Watson, Jane Williamson, Christine Williamson
  • the staff in Durham University Library responsible for digital collections, especially Richard Higgins, Matthew Phillips, and Olli Lyytinen.
  • the staff in Computer and Information Services at Durham University, especially Sebastian Palucha.
  • the staff in iARC (Institute of Advanced Research Computing) for their assistance with the application to the AHRC, especially Ibad Kureshi and Georgios Theodoropoulos
  • the staff who have assisted access to or provided copies of Henson’s letters, scattered in numerous archives and libraries, particularly Lambeth Palace Library, the Bodleian Library, the British Library, the National Library of Scotland, National Records of Scotland, Glasgow University Library, National Library of Australia, Hatfield House Archives, Westminster Abbey Muniments
  • the members of the project’s advisory board: Arthur Burns, Matthew Grimley and Michael Snape
  • those who have answered enquiries about material in the Journal text, or helped with the editorial notes: David Bebbington, Mark Curthoys (ODNB), Megan Dunmall (Lincoln’s Inn), Andrew Gray (Durham University Library and Heritage Collections), Lewis Mates (School of Government and International Affairs, Durham University), Christopher Kitching (St Mary the Virgin, Primrose Hill), Gaye Morgan (Codrington Library, All Souls), Juliet O’Brien (for help with Latin translations), Matthew Payne (Westminster Abbey Muniments), Michael Stansfield (Durham University Library and Heritage Collections), Martin Wellings, Elizabeth Wells (Westminster School)