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Northamptonshire and Rutland clergy from 1500.

Henry Isham Longden

Northamptonshire and Rutland clergy from 1500.

by Henry Isham Longden

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Published by Archer& Goodman in Northampton .
Written in English


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  Richard Cecil (died 19 March ) was a resident and Master of Burghley (Burleigh) in the parish of Stamford Baron, Northamptonshire. His father David Cecil, of Welsh ancestry, rose in favour under King Henry VIII of England, becoming High Sheriff of Northamptonshire in and , and died in Richard too was a en: Agnes Ann White, Elizabeth Wingfield (Cecil), William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley, Margaret Cave.   A Calendar of wills relating to the counties of Northampton and Rutland: proved in the court of the Archdeacon of Northampton, to by Phillimore, W. P. W. (William Phillimore Watts),

Sources relating to the historic counties of Derbyshire, Hereford, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Rutland, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire and Worcestershire. Materials are tagged by place based on how much that region is covered in the text, and how much of that text covers the region. Introduction to Original Volume. Until the year the two counties of Northampton and Rutland formed part of the great see of Lincoln. The size of that diocese, which in medieval times extended from the Humber to the Thames, required the existence of local courts for probate of wills and the grant of letters of administration.

On Clay, vicar of Flore from to , and still alive in , see Henry Isham Longden, Northamptonshire and Rutland Clergy from , 3 vols (Nottingham, ), At top right of the back pastedown, a price written (s. xvi med): ‘praecium ’; presumably this was what Clay paid for the volume. According to 'Northamptonshire and Rutland Clergy' (H. I. Longden, 'Northamptonshire and Rutland Clergy from ', 15 vols., Northampton, ) they had issue Rev. Francis Greenwood (d 15 June ), Rector of Higham Ferrers, who (according to my family records) m Ann(e) Harrington (b d ) of Lavenham, Suffolk, (who m, secondly, Rev.


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Northamptonshire and Rutland clergy from Northampton, Archer and Goodman, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Henry Isham Longden; Joan Wake; P I King; J Hotine; Northamptonshire Record Society.

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The Book of Fees (H.M.S.O., ) Black Prince's Reg. Register of Edward, & Rutland Clergy: H. Longden, Northamptonshire and Rutland Clergy from () Northants. in the early 18th century: Northamptonshire in the Early Eighteenth Century. The book is entitled “The history and antiquities of the county of Northampton” by George Baker.

The book is also known as “Baker’s History of Northamptonshire.” It was published London: J.B. Nichols and Son, and is a two volume set. (Reference “Northamptonshire and Rutland Clergy from ” () by Henry Isham Longden) Away from Burton Latimer, Thomas Bartlett was chiefly known for his work on the “Memoir of the Life, Character and Writings of Bishop Butler” published in before he came here.

In the church was in a very bad state and the tower was. - Northamptonshire and Rutland clergy from R. - A list of wills, administrations, etc. in the Public Record Office, London, England, 12thth century. c - An index to the wills proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, R. - Index to the prerogative wills of Ireland, Author: Isabel Holowaty.

"NORTHAMPTONSHIRE AND RUTLAND CLERGY, A.D. ," with Corrigenda and Addenda toIsham Longden. With complete Indexes of Persons, Places and Subjects and Biographies of o Clergy.

In Six File Size: 7MB. Longden, H I, (ed), Northamptonshire and Rutland Clergy from (, ). Matthews, Bryan, By God’s Grace; a history of Uppingham School (Whitehall Press, ).

Miscellaneous Papers, viz Charitable Donations, Parish Returns and the Poor Clergy, Session 8 November - 12 July (Google books). materials for his great book, N orthants and Rutland Clergy,came across and abstracted Clemence Stock's will, though he was curiously reluctant to recognise the identity of the testator of with the former Abbess of Delapre.

There can, however, be no doubt of this, for, apart from the. Northampton & Rutland Militia «on: Sunday 25 January 09 GMT (UK)» I note with interest that one of my ancestors was listed in census as a Drummer in the Northampton & Rutland Militia, would this mean that he.

The Northamptonshire and Rutland Clergy, a six volume set completed in contains the following entry for William Worcester, the Vicar of West Haddon and Watford: WORCESTER (WORCETER), William, Clerk. Oxford B.A. 12 AprilVicar of West Haddon, Northants Inst 2 December as W.W.

of West Haddon. Records may exist from the 16th century in a general register of licences, in ordination records, in subscription books or even in visitation books, but none are complete. There may be separate registers for each of these categories from the early 19th century.

Northamptonshire and Rutland Clergy from (16 volumes, ) [FHL Northamptonshire & Rutland Probate Index; Northamptonshire and Rutland Wills ; Northamptonshire (West), Summary of Selected Wills, ; Northamptonshire (West), Selected Wills, ; Rutland & Northamptonshire Probate Index; Rutland and Northamptonshire Wills ; Shropshire Wills (Lichfield) CPB Court Proceedings Book.

DNB Dictionary of National Biography. HIL n (ed.), Northamptonshire and Rutland Clergy, (16 vols., Northampton, ). LAO Lincolnshire Archives Office. LRSM Lincoln, Rutland and Stamford Mercury.

NH Northampton Herald. NM Northampton Mercury. NNQ Northamptonshire Notes and Queries. His valuable Northamptonshire and, Rutland Clergy from is an exception.

His unpublished material he bequeathed to the Northamptonshire Record Society for the use of students and searchers generally. It is to be regretted that even a short list of the items in this collection is not yet available.

The Northamptonshire Village Book Northamptonshire genealogy. The Northamptonshire Village Book One has a 60ft well in the front garden, and is dated c The Cartwright Arms, an old coaching inn, was named after the family who were the squires of the village from to the s.

(The above extract from 'The Northamptonshire. "John Davis vicar of Watford and Priscilla Root were married the xxxthe daye of June" in Milton Malsor, Northamptonshire, England. [ 15] John Roote was one of seven people taxed in Milton Malsor on Octo 42 Elizabeth I, for a lay subsidy granted in 39 Elizabeth I.

Calendar of Wills Relating to Northamptonshire & Rutland Source Information. Calendar of Wills Relating to Northamptonshire & Rutland [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., Original data: WPW Phillimore. Calendar of Wills Relating to Northamptonshire & Rutland John Mastin was an English topographer and Anglican clergyman.

He is best known as the author of the earliest published history of the parish of Naseby. [79] Henry Isham Longden, John Hotine, Patrick Irvine King, Northamptonshire And Rutland Clergy from Vol VII (Archer & Goodman, ) Pg. [80] Northamptonshire Wills, Book I, Will of Edmond Linnell of Weedon Bec, Pg.

[81] Scanned Will of. Until the year the two counties of Northampton and Rutland formed part of the great see of Lincoln. The size of that diocese, which in mediaeval times extended from the Humber to the Thames, required the existence of local courts for probate of wills .Northamptonshire and Rutland Clergy Northamptonshire Map, 4 Northamptonshire (CD) Marriages Northamptonshire (CD) Marriages Northamptonshire Milita Northamptonshire Poll Northamptonshire Poll Northamptonshire (BRS 1) Wills Archdeaconry Northamptonshire Admons .Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Northamptonshire Record Society books online.

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