Registers of the Parish Church of Claverly, in the West Riding of the County of York: With a Description of the Church, and a Sketch of Its History Prior to 1650, Volume 2

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Page 43 - For I determined not to know anything among you, save Jesus Christ and him crucified.
Page 204 - Genealogy of the Caverly Family from the year 1116 to the year 1880.
Page 226 - The local papers say that in a recent sale at Bradford there was an old chest from a farmhouse at Ilkley, which upon its centre panel bore the following inscription : — " Jon Longfellow and Mary Rogers was marryed ye tenth daye off April, Anno Dm. 1664.
Page 199 - Thomas for the term of his life, of the chief lords of the fee by the services therefore due and of right accustomed...
Page 186 - Th., her younger son, and the heirs of his body. In default of such heirs, to Sarah T..
Page 215 - He bequeaths his soul to Almighty God, the Virgin Mary, and all the holy company of heaven, and his body to be buried in the parish church of Lethley, to which church he gives 3*.
Page 15 - The pariah of Calverley, by the churchwardens . . 102 17 0 Total . 132 17 0 NB — Sir Walter Calverley, besides giving 20., lent the churchwardens the remainder of the money, without interest, which is now all paid in. NB — In the year 1748, the above bells cost re-hanging, the sum of twelve or thirteen pounds, paid to Harrison, of which sum Sir Walter Calverley paid and gave in timber seven or eight pounds.
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