Terrier and Inventory of Church Possessions in the Parish of Welford, Berks

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G.J. Cosburn, 1892 - 50 pages
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Page 34 - Report of the National Society for the Education of the Poor in the Principles of the Established Church, throughout England and Wales.
Page 35 - England, and of other persons members of the Church of England, residents or having a beneficial interest to the extent of a life estate at the least in real property, situated in the said...
Page 33 - Bouchier, their executors, administrators, and assigns, upon trust. that they and the survivor, his executors, administrators, and assigns, should from time to time lay out and invest or continue such residue of his personal estate and effects in the public stocks or funds, or on government or real securities at interest: all which stocks, funds, or securities might be from time to time sold, assigned, transferred, altered, and varied, and the money thereby arising or coming to their or his hands...
Page 22 - Quisquis eris qui transieris, sta, perlege, plora ; Sum quod eris, fueramque quod es ; pro me precor ora.
Page 35 - And it is hereby declared that no person shall be appointed or continue to be the Master or Mistress of the School who shall not be a member of the Church of England...
Page 34 - I [AB] of [C] under the authority of the Acts of the 5th and 8th years of the reign of Her Majesty for affording facilities for the Conveyance and Endowment of Sites for Schools do hereby freely and voluntarily and without valuable consideration grant and convey unto...
Page 35 - And the said committee of management shall have power from time to time in the month of to select and appoint a committee of not more than ladies, being members of the Church of England, to assist them in the visitation and management of the girls' and infant schools, which ladies' committee shall remain in office until the close of the current year.
Page 23 - ... contains no other entries relating to this family of Jones — who probably did not reside in the parish until 1618, if indeed so early— nor to that of Hinton. but he was in his thirty-seventh year at date of death.
Page 21 - At the date of the general inventories of Church goods there were four bells in Welford Church, of which one was a Sanctus bell. There are now six, including the Priest's bell. They are hung for scientific ringing, though the apparatus is out of order. INSCRIPTIONS. (1) " Blessed be the name of the Lord. Joseph Carter. 1588.

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