The Register of the Parish of Hackness, Co. York. 1557-1783 (Google eBook)

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Privately printed for the Yorkshire Parish Register Society, 1906 - Registers of births, etc - 193 pages
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Page 85 - ... Grace Pennocke were marryed the xxth of the same by Mr. Prowde in Hacknes Church in the presence of the Congregation. Be it remembred that the Eight day of December in the Eveninge aboute ffower or five of the Clocke there began to arise a greate storme of winde and raine and Mr. Chapman and my selfe were comeinge from Scarbr. then but the storme was soe forceable that we were faine to turne backe and lye at Scarbr. that night, but the storme of the winde did waxe more forceable in soe much that...
Page 73 - Richard Cockerell dyed on Wednesday the xiiijth day of September and was buryed the next day being Thursday and there was many of them they call Quakers at his buryall. And Mr. Prowde did exhorte and argue with them at the Grave and they held out that that...
Page 75 - October in the yeare of or lord God one thousand six hundred & five as followeth 1.
Page 101 - Wasson dyed the sayd xijth day and was buryed the next, beinge of the Quakers Sect and many of them were at his buryall but Mr. Prowde was not called to bury him, and after they see him buryed they wente away...
Page 73 - Cockerill dyed on Wednesday, the xiii. day of September, and was buryed the next day, being Thursday. And there was many of them they call Quakers at his buryell. And Mr. Prowde did exhorte and argue with them at the grave, and they held out that that worke wch they had in them was not wrought by the worde, wch I was sorry to heare ; but they said they made use of the worde only to try whether it were right or noe.
Page 100 - Christ or the seed, &c., ys in every man ; and is covered or buryed under our flesh and corrupt heartes upon that sayinge I could staye noe longer but told some of their desciples that they were Deluded.
Page 68 - Henry Russell who was slaine in the Gentry house at Burniston by Scarbr. forces was buryed 28 Decem.
Page 93 - ... day of August without witnesses John sonne of Thomas Langdale borne xviijth Aug. aboute x of the clocke in the night and bapt. xxvth day of same James the sonn of Thomas Moore gentleman borne the second of September in the morneinge baptized the tenth day privately it is supposed by a popish preist beinge a straunger then at the mannor Mr. Thomas Moore was then at London Marie daughter of Nicholas Cowper borne loth Sept.
Page 86 - Orchards and other places and continued untill aboute one of the Clocke in the night. It may well be called the greate windy Satterday night for noe man liveinge never sawe such a winde many hay Stackes and Corne Stackes I beleive were blowne downe at that time. John Rich. William Whitwell and Marie Walker of Stainton were marryed the xxvjth of February by Mr. Prowde in Hacknes Church by the Comon Prayer booke in the presence of the Congregacon then and there present being before three times published...
Page 95 - Jan. John Richardson Ingram the sonne of John Otterborne bapt. the 28th of January Thomas the sonne of William Keld of Broxey was bapt. xjth of Feb. Henrie the sonne Henrie Esthill of Suffeild bapt. the xviijth Feb. Mercie the dau. of Ambrose Prowde baptized the xxvth of Febr. Merrell the dau. of Ralph Gooddale bapt. the xjth of March BAPTISMS 1666. John the sonne of William Cockerell the younger of Broxey bapt. the 29th Aprill Marie the dau.

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