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List of Dean and Chapter records and visitation records of the Bishop.

Lichfield Joint Record Office.

List of Dean and Chapter records and visitation records of the Bishop.

by Lichfield Joint Record Office.

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Published by Lichfield Joint Record Office in Lichfield .
Written in English


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List of Dean and Chapter records and visitation records of the Bishop by Lichfield Joint Record Office. Download PDF EPUB FB2

From the fifteenth century separate registers and records were kept of various branches of the bishop's administration.

Visitation records, periodic These were first surveyed and recorded in the Old Coucher book [EDR] were deposited in Cambridge University Library in The archives of the Dean and Chapter of Ely have also been.

The records of the Dean and Chapter records remained in the Zouche Chapel untilwhen they were transferred to a newly added muniment room at the Minster Library.

The extension of /8 did not solve the problems of poor accommodation for the Archbishop’s records, and there was more public criticism in The records of the Consistory Court of the Dean and Chapter of Wells, which were all deposited at the Probate Registry at Exeter, were destroyed by enemy action during World War II.

The following is information on the very few records that survive. returns made by the official of the officialty of the Dean and Chapter at his [uncompleted] visitation, October March For a guide to the Dean and Chapter officialty parishes (in which they exercised archidiaconal jurisdiction), see the section on Peculiar Jurisdictions within the Administrative Histories for the Durham Diocesan Records.

the bishop of Durham's peculiar in Allertonshire, Yorkshire, ca the separately administered peculiar of the dean and chapter of Durham in Allerton and Allertonshire, Yorkshire, ca a few stray documents relating to Crayke in North Yorkshire (a detached part of the diocese of Durham.

(Dean & Chapter Order Book, Carlisle.) Bishop Nicolson was keenly interested in education, and highly critical of the state of schooling at Cumwhitton. There had been a vacancy, for some time, after the departure of William's predecessor, and the schoolmaster, for the time being, was the parish-clerk, "a man of very modest Qualifications".

Visitation records and other clerical lists. In preparation. Records of the dean and chapter of Wells cathedral. In preparation. From to (from the appointment of Edward Willes as bishop to the end of the period covered by the database).

Bath and Wells exhibits good record survival for the modern period, but in unusual configurations. A catalogue of the records of the bishop and archdeacons and of the dean and chapter, compiled by Isabel M.

Kirby; with a foreword by the Lord Bishop of Bristol and the Dean of Bristol Bristol Corporation Bristol Australian/Harvard Citation. Church of England. Diocese of Bristol. Full text of "Visitations of religious houses in the diocese of Lincoln: records of visitation held by William Alnwick, bishop of Lincoln, A.D.

to A.D. " See other formats. Catalogue of the records of the bishop and archdeacons and of the dean and chapter. Bristol, Bristol Corporation, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Isabel Syed; Church of England. Diocese of Bristol. Records of the dean and chapter of Chichester cathedral.

In preparation. (from the Restoration to the commencement of the episcopate of Sir William Ashburnham in ). In preparation. Episcopal Registers, etc. as sources for institutions and collations. In preparation. Other appointments (curates, preachers and lecturers, schoolmasters etc). Sources at NRO and NROCAT; Bishop’s registers and visitation records; the Dean and Chapter of Norwich and more than parish churches in Norfolk and the deanery of Lothingland in Suffolk.

Parishes in the west of the county (now in the deanery of Fincham and Feltwell) were transferred to the Diocese of Ely in To see a list of. Bishop's transcripts were delivered to the bishop once a year. They were supposed to be a “fair" copy of the individual registers although sometimes the information is summarized.

The system of keeping them was first introduced in so, from a genealogical point of view, there should be two copies of each record of a birth, or a marriage. In August Bishop Blyth of Salisbury died, and on 7 Dec.

of the same year the king granted his ‘faithful counsellor,’ the Bishop of Bangor, the custody of the temporalities and other properties of the see, for which the dean and chapter of Salisbury had agreed to compound at the rate of 1,l. 11d. a year (Fœdera, xii.

Faculties were granted by the bishop for the alteration or destruction of church buildings. They are recorded in the faculty court books, which survive from ; see list DN/FCB. There is a printed index by parish in the searchroom catalogue.

For parishes in the Dean and Chapter Peculiar, see list DCN The earlier documents cover four main areas; administration, court records, visitation records and non-contentious court records, while the 'modern', documents also include management, personnel, welfare and missionary and the Diocesan Council of Education.

Bishop of Salisbury Archdeacons of Salisbury Archdeacon of Wiltshire Sub-Dean of Salisbury. Moved Permanently. The document has moved here. We have all types of data available to search for, including property records, vehicle records, business registration records, voter records, and many more.

Our search lets you find people in the United Sates, as well as addresses, phone numbers, emails, and much more information. A full list from Court Book 4 () is provided below. After the Court Books are more in the nature of general act books of the archdeacons, since they contain induction mandates, citation mandates, inhibitions and relaxations, subscriptions, surrogation acts, convocation business, various commissions, monitions and archidiaconal.

Presumably it was only at some later date that these records found their way into the Diocesan Registry, although records of the prebendal jurisdictions during the Dean's triennial visitations, and a few stray prebendal visitations are to be found in the Dean and Chapter muniments, together with most of the records of the Dean's own peculiar.

be inspecting during your visitation. For further information contact the Archdeacon/Area Dean directly. Items are listed in alphabetical order. An asterisk* indicates ‘where applicable’.

APCM Minute Book This should be separate from the PCC Minute Book (see below), but kept in a similar format. Electronic copies of PCC minutes are acceptable.Second Register of Bishop Robert de Stretton, – New Series ix: 1– Chancery Proceedings, – New Series x (1) 13– Final Concords, –5: 73– Star Chamber Proceedings, Hen.

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