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 1

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Page 25 - Assigns, to be holden of Us, Our Heirs and Successors, as of Our Manor of East Greenwich, in free and common Soccage...
Page 7 - The whole number of churches recorded in " the Survey falls considerably under what there are grounds " for concluding they must have amounted to about or soon " after the time of the Conquest.
Page 33 - ... although there is no evidence of any order on the subject having been promulgated in that year. It, however, receives confirmation from the circumstance, that one of the principal grievances recorded by the promoters of the great insurrection in the North, in 1536, called The Pilgrimage of Grace...
Page 18 - Roger, Archbishop of York, having built against the great Church a Chapel, he dedicated it to the name of the Blessed and Immaculate Virgin Mary and Holy Angels, for the celebration of divine services, to the eternal honour of God, glory of his successors, and a remission of his own sins. He ordained the same to be a perpetual habitation for thirteen clerks of different orders, viz : — four priests, four deacons, four subdeacons, and one sacrist ; all these to be subservient to the will of the...
Page 28 - Calverley, ) giving his soul (ut supra) ar. 1500. and his body to be buried in the parish church of St.
Page 29 - Aug. 1614,) whereby he gave his soul (ut supra,) and his body to be buried in the chancel of the church of North Allerton.
Page 19 - ... complete the sum of all the portions of the priests, deacons, and subdeacons. Also he willed that the said sacrist of his own cost expend ten shillings on Maunday, as well in veiles, wine, ale, vessels, and water for washing the feet of the canons, and...
Page 7 - The precept which directed the formation of the Domesday Survey laid no injunction on the jurors to make a return of churches. The mention of them, if made at all, was of course likely to be irregular.
Page 116 - Sussex widdow the nineteenth day of September in the yeare of our Lord God one thousand six hundred...
Page 37 - ... or accident become chargeable to postage, had been from time to time refused by the registrars, and committed to the flames by the officials of the Post Office. The most important change in the law, was that all future registers were ordered to be kept in books to be provided by the king's printers, according to one uniform scheme set out in the schedules annexed to the Act.

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