4 edition of Oxfordshire clergy, 1777-1869 found in the catalog.
Oxfordshire clergy, 1777-1869
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|LC Classifications||BX5105.O9 M3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 252 p.|
|Number of Pages||252|
|LC Control Number||60050762|
Articles of Enquiry Addressed to the Clergy of the Diocese of Oxford at the Primary Visitation of Dr. Thomas Seeker, Transcribed and edited by H. A. Lloyd Jukes. (Oxfordshire Record Society Publication, xxxviii). Pp. Oxford: Oxfordshire Record Society, 25s. The publication of bishop Seeker' Articless of Enquiry issued. This Kelly's directory gives an effective overview of the public life of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire in It lists eminent residents and local businesses, and carries historical and topographical descriptions of all towns, villages and parishes, information on local courts, churches, agriculture and landowners.
A wide cross-section of correspondence has been preserved in the Diocesan collections, between the Bishop and his officials, and the parochial clergy. This covers the period to In addition, there exist the Diocesan or Memoranda books. Oxfordshire, England, Church of England Marriages and Banns, [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., Original data: Anglican Parish Registers, Oxfordshire Family History Society and Oxfordshire History Centre. Please be aware that images may.
The first book in The Cadfael Chronicles is A Morbid Taste for Bones (). An accomplished herablist, Brother Cadfael often turns to sleuthing to solve crimes in his community. Cadfael entered the abbey late in life, and his experience in the world serves him well when troubles come to the abbey. Books and shows with clergy in supporting roles. Stonor, Henley-on-Thames, Little Stoke with Checkenden III. Rotherfield Greys, Shiplake, Gaversham, Maple-DURHAM, IBSTONE APPENDIX Secular Clergy in Oxfordshire Lists of Regular Clergy serving the Oxfordshire Mission Missioners, etc. Schools and Convents INDEX Digitized by Google.
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Jukes, H. L., ed. (), Articles of enquiry addressed to the clergy of the diocese of Oxford at the primary visitation of Dr. Thomas Secker, (Banbury: Oxfordshire Record Society, 38). Keene, N. (), John Fell: Education, Erudition and the English Church in Late Seventeenth-Century Oxford, History of Universities,62– Roger d'Ivry - Woodstock, Oxfordshire - Lower Heyford - William Wilkinson (architect) - Civil parish - River Cherwell - Oxfordshire - West - Bicester - Kidlington - Oxford - Banbury - Tackley - United Kingdom census - History of Anglo-Saxon England - Toponymy - Old English - Domesday Book - Manorialism - Normans - Robert D'Oyly - English feudal barony - Wallingford, Oxfordshire - Edmund.
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He seems to have spent time in in Reading renting a chamber from the parish for 20d in the Michaelmas quarter (BRO: D/P 97/5/2, p ; Dils, St Laurence Churchwardens' Accounts, pt 1, p ) and again in the Christmas quarter (BRO: D/P ff v–17 (10 April) (Evidence of Thomas Goodall of Inkpen, Berkshire).
Witnesses introduced on behalf of Anthony Dixen about and concerning the articles, chapters, or interrogatories, on their behalf, against a certain William Shawe of Newbury the said examinate, on the 10 th day of April, The books also contain some minutes of grants of probate (the proving of wills) and proceedings relating to grants of faculties (licences granted by the bishop's official for the alteration to church fabric, church buildings and churchyards), note of induction of clergy, fees of court officials and accounts, and a printed form for settlement of.