Collectio Rerum Ecclesiasticarum de Diœcesi Eboracensi: Or, Collections Relative to Churches and Chapels Within the Diocese of York. To which are Added Collections Relative to Churches and Chapels Within the Diocese of Ripon, Volume 1

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J. G. and F. Rivington, 1842 - Church buildings - 624 pages
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Page iii - ... of the ninth of corn, wool, and lambs ; then the amount of the ancient tax of the church was stated, and afterwards the causes of the ninth not amounting to the tax or value of the church, were assigned ; and when the ninth did not exceed the tax, it was assigned for cause thereof, that within the valuation or tax of the church, there were other articles included besides corn, wool, and lambs, such as the Dos or glebe of the church, tythe of hay, and other ty thes.
Page iii - ... how many cotarii, how many servi, what free-men, how many tenants in socage, what quantity of wood, how much meadow and pasture, what mills and fish-ponds, how much added or taken away, what the gross value in King Edward's time, what the present value, and how much each free-man or soch-man had or has.
Page ii - Villans of every village, were to enquire into the name of the place, who held it in the time of King Edward, who was the present possessor, how many hides in the Manor, how many...
Page iii - Taxation,) if the value of the ninth amounted to as much as the tax, and to levy more where the true value of the ninth should be found to exceed the tax ; but should the value of the ninth be less than the tax, they were directed to levy only the true value of the ninth and to disregard the tax ; and to gain correct information of these facts, they were directed to take inquisitions (the Records now published) upon the oath of the parishioners in every parish.
Page iii - Edward's time, what the present value, and how much each free-man or soch-man had or has. All this was to be triply estimated : first, as the estate was held in the time of the Confessor ; then, as it was bestowed by King William ; and thirdly, as its value stood at the formation of the Survey. The jurors were moreover to state whether any advance could be made in the value.
Page xiii - Dunelm. Catalogues of the Library of Durham Cathedral at various periods. from the Conquest to the Dissolution ; including Catalogues of the Library of the Abbey of Hulne, and of the MSS. preserved in the Library of Bishop Cosin at Durham.
Page 241 - Thompson, every year change their parish. For one year, from Easter day at twelve at noon till next Easter day at the same hour, they lie in the parish of Mexbrougb, and then the Easter day following at the same hour they are in the parish of Wathupon-Dearne, and so alternately. These farms consist of 302 acres (Blount's Ancient Tenure
Page 144 - ... hour) two mendicant ecclesiastics, came to crave her charity, telling her at the same time that they were going to Rome, where her husband, Sir John, was then residing. On this intimation, she sat down and wrote a letter to her husband, narrating to him the horrid scene...
Page 90 - ... question, in what other way the fund is to be applied : ' Declare, that the charity intended to be established by the first donation mentioned in the master's report is the sustentation and maintenance of a free grammar school for the teaching the learned languages; that the Free School in Leeds is a free grammar school for the teaching grammatically the learned languages ; and that it appears to the court that the free teaching thereof is the charity intended to be established by the several...
Page 49 - March, 1545, giving his soul to God Almighty, St. Mary, and All Saints, and his body to be buried in the...

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