2 edition of Surrey incumbents in 1562 found in the catalog.
Surrey incumbents in 1562
|Statement||by Geoffrey Baskerville and A.W. Goodman.|
|Contributions||Goodman, Arthur Worthington, 1871-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 97-115 ;|
|Number of Pages||115|
SHOTTERMILL – its Farms, Families and Mills Part 1 - Early Times to the s Greta A Turner. UK RRP: £ This is the first book of a two-part history of Shottermill and the area around – where the counties of Hampshire, Surrey and Sussex meet. Baldwyns at, , 41 descent to Baldwyns' Bridger kin, William Tamplin at , John. * Lists have been produced by early researchers [see below] which may still be at the stage of revision by others 6 By Margaret de Savile* was known to be the acting Prioress and Ralph Thoresby 3 records that she was the prioress here at Kirklees in and These years partly encompass the Elland Feud culminating in Sir John Eland's murder at Lane Head, Brookfoot in while.
MR. PARKIN'S PREFACE . The History of the County of Norfolk, (a county of a very great ex- tent,) being left unfinished by the Reverend Mr. Blomefield, at his death, who had treated chiefly on the southern parts of it, and no person since that time proposing, or inclining to complete the same: as I was known to have made, for many years past, considerable col- lections on that subject, and. A free school was founded at Catforth in –6. Roger Kitchen's house in Woodplumpton was licensed in as a meeting-place for Nonconformists, but the congregation does not seem to have continued. The Wesleyan Methodists have a chapel at Woodplumpton, erected in ; the Primitive Methodists appeared at Catforth in , and soon afterwards a chapel was built there, replaced in by.
In Domesday Book Lewes is the first item under 'The Land of William de Warenne;' it was apparently, like Chichester, extra-hundredal, and it is called a borough. That it was a port and market town of some importance is shown by the customary payments to the reeve on the sale of horse, ox, or man, and the service of schypfyrd due to the king. Cardinal Francois de Tournon () rebuilt the house and surrounds, beginning in , using an Italian architect and in the grand style of 16 th century, Renaissance Italy. A Florentine façade was created, as well as many other features of an Italian grand house.
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Get this from a library. Surrey incumbents in 1562 book incumbents in. [Geoffrey Baskerville; Arthur Worthington Goodman].
The Surrey archdeaconry portion was published by Geoffrey Baskerville under the title "Surrey incumbents in " in Surrey archaeological collections, vol. 45 (). Description: 2,  pages ; 22 cm: Other Titles: Cathedral Church and the Archdeaconry of Winchester in.
Full text of "Surrey archaeological collections" See other formats. Incumbents. Monarch – Henry VIII (until 28 January ), Edward VI (starting 28 January ); Regent – Catherine, Queen Consort (starting 15 July, until 30 September ); Lord Protector – Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset (starting 4 Februaryuntil 11 October ); Parliament – 7th of King Henry VIII (until 24 July ), 8th of King Henry VIII (starting 16 January 14 May – William Walcher, Bishop of Durham 2 November – Matilda of Flanders, wife of King William I of England (born c.
France) 27 March – Walter de Lacy, Norman noble 9 September – William I of England (born c.Normandy) William de Warenne, 1st Earl of Surrey; 24 May – Lanfranc, Archbishop of Canterbury (born c.Lombardy). NOTES ON THE CHATFIELD FAMILY - Part 1 Collected by members of the Society four generations of Chatfield's were incumbents in the Parish Church at Balcombe in Sussex.
in which the south part of that Surrey incumbents in 1562 book was. In Harl.fo. 2, which is the Visitation of Sussex by Benolte inthe Arms of Chatfield are given but no pedigree. List of Incumbents from by Eric A. Freeman as above (see item 4) 8.
Map of Thorpe and surrounding area before the motorways c. 9 & The Hundred of Godley containing the Parish of Thorpe from The History of the county of Surrey edited by H.E. Malden, Joan Wintour. April [Back to the list of the other exhibitions].
2 Surrey/North Delta Leader Thursday, Novem November 11 12 13 14 15 16 Lobster. Angus Beef Chunk Flat (Live) (Fresh) 5 $ 7 Pork Loin Chop. This book traces the history of the Lloyd family and their estates from until The Bronwydd collection of thousands of documents is held at the National Library of Wales and covers the administration of vast tracts of North Pembrokeshire - the barony of Cemais - including the Lord Marcher's castle at Newport, Pem.
CHATFIELD, Yeoman of Signals Donald Ernest, P/JXborn in Bookham, Surrey, Son of Mr. and Mrs. Chatfield, of Effingham, Surrey and was the youngest of 6 brothers. Battle, Ssx War Memorial. Royal Ssx Rgmnt.
The incumbents of St. Mary & St. Nicholas Church during this period record that Rev. Robert Johnson was appointed inthe same year John Lucas’s [the elder] first child 'Robert' was born. Robert Johnson would have been not much younger than John and held the living at St.
Nicholas for the next 63 years, during which time he baptized and. Hackney Petty Sessions Book, (nos ) Ordered That Mary Pegram aged 13 years a poor Child of this Parish be bound apprentice to Joseph French of the parish of St. Mary at Newington in the County of Surry pin maker for the usual Term and that Mr.
Thomas Wood the Churchwarden do pay to him the sume of forty shillings with her. page note 4 a In the note from the Inquisition on his death, (Inq. 26 Hen. VIII.) “Pro terris in Sawtre, Bealmes man', [et] Stilton,” given in the Visitationp. 11, his wife is named Thomasine. John Loude (in his Reminiscences hereafter) states that she was Anne, daughter of sir Edmund Mulso.
A pencil note in MS. Coll. Arm. Vincentf. 40, makes Anne, daughter and coheir of. ELIZABETH LOCKE or LOK (August 3, c) Elizabeth Locke or Lok was the youngest daughter of William Locke or Lok (Aug ) and Katherine Cook (d.
Octo ). Her first husband was Richard Hill (c), a mercer who lived in Milk Street, had thirteen children, including Katherine, Elizabeth, Margaret, Rowland, Otwell, Mary (November ), and. PREFACE.
The favourable reception accorded both by the Public and the Press to a former work— Nooks and Corners of Lancashire and Cheshire —has encouraged the Author to prepare the present volume, which is issued with the hope that it may be found not less worthy of acceptance.
Like the one which preceded it, it illustrates, in a certain degree, the history and romance of the two Palatine. The English pestilence of is the same that was fabled long after in prose and verse as the great plague “of Cadwallader’s time.” It left a mark on the traditions of England, which may be taken as an index of its reality and its severity; and with it the history of epidemics in Britain may be said to begin.
The book claims the Collins family was founded by Kent, Surrey, Hampshire, and Berkshire. The name is common throughout thein the parish of Illoggan, of which place the ancestors of the present Rev.
Charles Mathew Edward Collins were incumbents in succession frum to ). Same Arms, Crest and Motto. Some authorities, and. Surrey Now - Aug Surrey Now - Aug The other incumbents on council recently acknowledged they’d run, or would likely run, in November’s election.
Surrey. Call. local commissions. Thwaites remained on the Surrey bench until his death on 20 June Sir Anthony Browne I had not held office in Surrey under Edward IV, but he did have links to the Edwardian past, for he was the brother of Sir George Browne and had taken part in the rebellion in by: 1.
The Hundred of Shropham . This hundred is bounded on the east by Depwade and Diss; on the north by Wayland and Forehoe; on the west by Grymshoe; and on the south by Giltcross, from which it is parted by the rivulet that runs from Quidenham Meer into the Little Ouse at Thetford, by the Atlas called Thet, without any reason, for I do not find it so named in any evidences whatever.
Registers of births, etc. -- Greenwich, Conn. from old catalog. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader term: Registers of births, etc. Filed under: Registers of births, etc.
-- Greenwich, Conn. from old catalog Abstract of church records of the town of Greenwich, ([n. p.], ), by Spencer Percival Mead (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).They are mentioned elsewhere (see chapter ii., p. 23, chapter vii., p. 69, and chapter ix., section 2).
But it is clear that George was not rich. The note-book of his son Francis, who died unmarried intells us of a settlement of personalty upon the younger children and it also contains a record of George's debts.Nicholas Bullingham.
Nicholas Bullingham (or Bollingham) (c. –) was an English Bishop of Worcester. Nicholas Bullingham was born in Worcester in around He was sent to the Royal Grammar School Worcester, after which he entered Oxford University.
Inhe became a Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford.