3 edition of Protestation returns 1641/2 - Lincolnshire found in the catalog.
Protestation returns 1641/2 - Lincolnshire
|Statement||transcribed by W.F. Webster.|
|Contributions||Webster, W. F.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 142 p. :|
|Number of Pages||142|
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*In Sampford Brett, a note states that Nicholas Marten refused to take the protestation’. In the subsidy roll of Nicholas Martin and his wife are noted as recusants. Plenty of protestation returns are available in print and in microform, for example.
Webster’s (Protestation Returns /2 - Notts./Derbys, ) indexed transcription of Nottingham (and three Derbyshire) parishes.
At this time there was no concept of freedom of religious opinion or tolerance for alternative forms of Christian worship. All the religious denominations were exclusivists, each felt that his was the only right way, and that he had a duty to impose it on everyone else. Thus when Archbishop Laud tried to impose a high church uniformity in the Anglican Church during his 11 years tyranny ( Syerston is a small Nottinghamshire parish about six miles south-west of Newark-on-Trent, which is bisected by the A46 trunk road.
It contains inhabitants in seventy-three households () which are almost all in a settlement to the east of the road. The parish is bounded on the north-east by Elston, on the south-east by Flintham and to the east by ct: Newark and Sherwood.
The taking of the Protestation was the result of a number of petitions against popery in high places which were received by Parliament." (A quote from "The Westmorland Protestation Returns of /2".) These returns are listings of the men, ages 18+, who signed (or made their mark) that they had taken this oath.
The records are grouped by parish. Protestation Returns School Admission Registers Valuations Wills Beneficiary Index Parish Account Book 7/1 (accounts and assessments ) (22 fiche) PROTESTATION RETURNS /2 Holland 3 fiche Kesteven 4 fiche Louth Eske & Bradley Haverstoe Wapentake 2 fiche.
Though not actually a census, there are also Protestation Oath records for which record the males over 18 who swore an oath of allegiance (and those who didn't). These returns have survived for the East and West wards and a transcript may be available. The earliest "census" was the Domesday Book which covered southern parts of Westmorland.
Sussex Record Society Vol V - West Sussex Protestation Returns () Sussex Record Society Vol VIII - The episcopal Register of Robert Rede () Sussex Record Society Vol X - The Earliest Subsidies for the County of Sussex in the years, ()Seller Rating: % positive. Letter, Marchfrom Rev.
re proposed purchase of Basford Glebe. Articles of Agreement, March ; n to pay St Mary’s Nottingham £ for buildings and land in the All Saints area of the city. (3) /2 Protestation Returns - "Protestation Returns, /2, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire", NFHS All adult males in each parish were required by Act of Parliament to sign the Protestation Return.
This was in effect a declaration of loyalty to "the true Reformed Protestant Religion" and to the king, Charles I. Michael is also author of 'Ludlow ' and editor of (inter alia) 'Herefordshire Taxes in the Reign of Henry VIII' (WNFC ), 'Herefordshire Militia Assessments of ' (S.
Camden IV 10), ''The Lay Subsidy for Shropshire ' (SRS3), 'The Westmorland Protestation Returns /2' (CWAAS, TS xvii), 'Worcestershire Taxes in the. Each book is individually named on the drive and thus is easily searchable by title, and each book is individually searchable itself.
Historical notes on the parish of Partney, Lincolnshire - G G Walker West Sussex Protestation Returns () Sussex Record Society Vol VIII - The episcopal Register of Robert Rede Vol.
5: West Sussex Protestation Returns – ; Vol. 4: Miscellaneous Records; Vol. 2: An Abstract of Feet of Fines For the County of Sussex: Vol. 1, ; Vol. 1: Calendar of Sussex Marriage Licences – to ; Online Resources.
East Sussex Church Monuments –. Protestation Returns /2 - Lincolnshire (privately published, (). Proto-industrialization: The First Phase of the Industrialization Process' ().
RA Butlin (eds) An Historical Geography of England and The date book for Lincoln and neighbourhood from the earliest time to the presentAuthor: Susan Neave. Stephen's name appears on the Lay Subsidy Roll of /2, owning £2 land on which he paid 16/- rates.
In the same year he made a contribution of 20/- to the Collection for the Relief of Distressed Protestants, and his name appears on the /2 Protestation Returns—twice.
/2 Protestation Returns for Lincolnshire CASTER [CAISTOR] Wee the minister of Caster: Godfrey Carrington, clerke. John Spetch, and Christopher Pickwell, Churchwardens there, Thomas Mussendine and Symon Bell overseers. In the Protestation Returns ofwhere the territories within the graveship were listed separately, only Holme was called a ‘towneshipp’, the others were all ‘hambletts’, a term used for places of lesser status but with some degree of autonomy.
He was taxed on land valued at £4. This was the last year we have evidence that the Rossiters owned substantial land at Combe St. Nicholas. (The Somerset Protestation Returns and Lay Subsidy Rolls /2, transcribed by A. Howard, ed. by T. Stoate [Bristol, ] 51, ).
Children, named in will: 7.i. EDWARD 3, b ca. only son. The stability of the town was such that the dissolution of the monastery in had little effect on its prosperity which continued throughout the seventeenth century (Good ). people signed the Protestation Returns of –2 (Good ).
Section D: Checklist of Essential Sources Protestation Returns /2, CWAAS Tract Series XVII (Kendal, ). Census Enumerators’ books, Religious Census, Lincolnshire-Westmorland (British Academy, ) [partial survival for barony of Westmorland only].
Crown Policy and Local Economic Context in the Berkhamsted Common Enclosure Dispute, –42 - Volume 12 Issue 2 - Heather FalveyCited by: 4.
Source: Meredith B. Colket, Jr., “Edward Rossiter, Colonist, of Dorchester, Massachusetts Bay Colony and the Rossiter English Lineage,” New England Historical and Genealogical Register  1. INTRODUCTION Edward Rossiter of Combe St.
Nicholas, co. Somerset and of Dorchester, Massachusetts, gentleman, one of the Assistants of Governor John Winthrop. Some genealogical links to assist the researcher. (Please notify of any broken or otherwise redundant links). Surnames, Generally Useful Sites (Genealogical and Otherwise), Asia, Australia and New Zealand, England, Europe (general), France, Ireland, Scotland, United Kingdom (general, England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales), United States of America (USA), Wales.
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The very latest articles (not highlighted) can be read in our Journal, Soul Search, issued to members. Includes protestation returns for /2, boarders at Church Hill House School in and more. Lincolnshire County Data from Ancestry: Link: Lincolnshire County Data from Ancestry: White's Directory of Leicestershire and Rutland and Parts of Lincolnshire Extra Info: Online book.
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7 vols., Oxford, Sweet's Anglo-Saxon reader ed. Bibliography of Secondary Works - God's Fury, England's Fire: A New History of the English Civil Wars - by Michael Braddick David, ‘Book Burning in Tudor and Stuart England’, Sixteenth Century Journal, 36 (), The Protestation Returns –2 and Other Contemporary Listings (Birmingham, ).
Gilbert, C. D., ‘Clubmen in. Rare Books on DVD Lincoln History Lincolnshire Genealogy Parish Registers £ P&P: + £ P&P. Domesday Book Sussex - Professor John Palmer and George Slater West Sussex Protestation Returns () Sussex Record Society Vol VI - Calendar of Sussex marriage licences for the Archdeaconry of Lewes August March.
Citations [Transcriber] Protestation Returns /2: (). 2 : Margaret Mary Selman Brown. If you are researching in the West Riding have you tried the Protestation Oath, and the Hearth Taxes.
They are just starting to put Protestation Oath records online (see Peter Calver, Lost Cousins newsletter). I think the Hearth Tax is online.
I don't think the Poll Tax survives for that area, but I. Historical Collections: July (2 of 2) Historical Collections: July (2 of 2) That the Book entituled, The Protestation Protested, That the House do consider of some secure way to transport Fullers Earth into Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire; so that it be not exported beyond seas.
A Pamphlet referred to the Committee. The Protestation Returns of Kent /2 (microfiche, Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies, ); W. Webster, transc., Protestation Returns /2—Lincolnshire (Nottingham, ), now supplanted by the exemplary edition by Ann Cole and Wendy Atkin, Protestation Returns For Lincolnshire /2 (CD, Lincolnshire Family History.
Certainly, when Wren instituted a benefactor's book at Pembroke, Drake was to prove one of the most regular contributors, the ornate book given by Wren recording Drake's annual gifts of books It may well be that Drake was one of those preachers whom Matthew Wren was said to have licensed in large numbers to preach up conformity and Cited by: In /2, swore the protestation oath at Ashton.
Inwith his wife, assessed for the poll tax at Tedburn St. Mary. [ref. 1aa,1aw,18d,19c] Bernard SIRCOMBE, chr. 2 Feb /1 at Ashton, m1. 20 Feb /3 at Ashton, Alice CARD, m2.
19 Jan /6 at Ashton, Joan WYAT (bur. 5 Oct at Ashton), bur. 10 Jul at Ashton. [ref. 1aa]. WILSFORD. The ancient parish of Wilsford lies on the west bank of the River Avon, 2½ miles south of Amesbury.
The township of Normanton, which since has formed the northern section of the modern civil parish, was formerly a detached part of the parish of Durnford.
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Notes and References. Preface. For the Reformation and the problem of reliable knowledge see Richard Popkin, The History of Scepticism from Savonarola to Bayle, rev. edn (Oxford, ), esp. Benbrigge was a Sussex minister of no great fame or distinction. No final resolution was reached by the Commons in the case of the Lincolnshire deputy lieutenant, Sir William Welby, despite Earle’s three hostile reports on this subject (9 May, June).
Earle himself on 10 May presented a petition from the Isle of Ely, alleging that Sir Simeon Steward* had misappropriated public funds, but this charge. The traveller who, by chance, finds himself in the quaint old town of Ulverston with a few hours at his disposal will find no difficulty in occupying them pleasantly and profitably.
In the busy capital of Furness he is on the very threshold of that great storehouse of English scenic beauty, the Lake Country; almost at his feet is the broad estuary of the Leven, and beyond, spreads Morecambe.In July he was a postman in Basingstoke.
In he lived in Basingstoke. He died on 14 May in Basingstoke. Administration of his estate was granted in Winchester on 13 November (Effects £). m Q2 Basingstoke Rd. sp-Kathleen Maud BARLEY (known as 'Maud') b Q2 Grainsby, Lincolnshire.- The Protestation Returns of West Sussex in show Arthur, John and William Levett of Petworth, Nicholas and William Levett at Billinghurst.
The following Levett's appear in the Ashburnhham documents: John Levett of Bucksted, yeoman; John Levett of Ninfield, yeoman, and Mary his wife ; John Levett of Battle, son of John.