A History of the Chantries Within the County Palatine of Lancaster: Being the Reports of the Royal Commissioners of Henry VIII., Edward VI. and Queen Mary, Volume 1
Francis Robert Raines
Chetham society, 1862 - Benefices, Ecclesiastical - 323 pages
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1535 the Subsidy assessed the Cantaria Bishop of Lichfield Blackrod burgage Cantar Cestr Chantry Chantry Priest Chapel Chaplain Chester Chetham Clerk College Collegiate Church county of Lancaster D'ni Deanery of Warrington dewe doth celebrate ther Duch Duchy Earl of Derby Eccles Edmund Trafford Edward Edward III Edward VI Endowment Tenants feoffees ffeastes ffoundacon founder Gent Halsall heir Henry VIII Hesketh Hist holdyth one teñte Hugh Hulme Huyton Ibid iiiid iiijli iiijs iijs James knight Lanc Lancashire lands Legh Lichf Lord Manchester Mary masse Molyneux Nicholas Ormskirk parish Payde Peter Legh Plate poch church Radclyffe Rector rent goinge furth rentinge yerlie rentyth yerlie Reprises Reprisez Richard Hunt Robert sayd Sir John Sir Thomas Sm totall souls sowlez Stanley Subsidy Commissioners termes equallie Vestments viiid viijs vjs viijd Warden Warrington Warrington assessed Whalley wife Winwick wthin the poch wyffe xiijs iiijd xxii ye sd yere
Page 139 - Tradition, legend, tune, and song, Shall many an age that wail prolong; Still from the sire the son shall hear Of the stern strife, and carnage drear, Of Flodden's fatal field, Where shivered was fair Scotland's spear, And broken was her shield...
Page 58 - D'n's Richard Taylior appeared, but paid it.— (Ibid.) Sir Richard Taylor was the first Master of Butler's Grammar School, and was living zoth December 1569, having retained his Mastership during the reigns of Henry VIII., Edward VI., Queen Mary, and Queen Elizabeth, (Marsh's Foundation of Warrington Grammar School, p.
Page xxii - The legal estate in the fund had devolved upon a sole trustee who paid the money into court under the Trustee Relief Act. A petition was now presented by the...
Page 104 - Missions, by the Grace of God and of the Apostolic See, Bishop of St.
Page iii - I am well determined never to accept anything from him, though I mean to remain in the service. It has, as you have seen, been a dear service to me. I am independent. I wish to pay a tribute of respect to the memory of the great man who is no more, and am ready to shed my blood, if that might cement his work; but I will not, even by my presence, become the accomplice of its demolition. Our debts never exceed our abilities. I shall provide in the best manner in my power for my country and my children;...
Page 47 - Catholic usage at his own great charge and expence laudably constructed, erected, built and founded a certain Chapel and Chantry on the south side of the said College to the glory of God and in honour of his most sweet name JESUS and for the inerease of divine worship there (by and with the full consent and permission of the Rev.
Page 66 - By his will, dated 28th July 1504, he provided that one of the Canons of that Priory should duly (? daily) say mass in the said Chapel for his soul, and for the souls of his two wives Eleanor and Margaret, and for the souls of his parents, ancestors, children, brethren and sisters, and for the soul of William late Marquis of Berkeley (who died in 1492), and for the souls of all who died in his or his father's service; and at every mass, before the Lavatory, to say audibly for the souls he appointed,...
Page iv - THEY are at rest : We may not stir the heaven of their repose By rude invoking voice, or prayer addrest In waywardness to those Who in the mountain grots of Eden lie, And hear the fourfold river as it murmurs by.