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South Newington churchwardens" accounts, 1553-1684

South Newington. Church.

South Newington churchwardens" accounts, 1553-1684

by South Newington. Church.

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Published by Banbury Historical Society in [Banbury .
Written in English

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  • South Newington
    • Subjects:
    • South Newington -- History -- Sources.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementtranscribed and edited by E. R. C. Brinkworth, with bibliographic descriptions by H. G. Pollard and D. M. Rogers.
      SeriesBanbury Historical Society. [Records publications] v. 6, Banbury Historical Society (Series) ;, 6.
      ContributionsBrinkworth, Edwin Robert Courtney, ed.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA690.S663 S6
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxiii, 82 p.
      Number of Pages82
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4585757M
      LC Control Number77202987

      The Queen was on her way to stay at Harwich, at an inn, August There the churchwardens had been preparing for several days, making payments from July 25 onwards to masons and labourers from neighbouring villages for working on the town gates, and to an Ipswich ‘stainer’ for ‘setting of the Queen’s Majesty’s great Arms of England upon the town gates, 15s’, and to ‘four . churchwardens' accounts to find evidence of religious conservatism in the I s, or prayer book allegiance in the Is, there remains a distinct void in our understanding of the office of churchwarden and of parish accounts in their own right. ington churchwardens' accounts, (Banbury Historical Society, vi x); C. Drew.

      Ancient Churchwardens' accounts in the Parish of North Elmham, from A.D. to A.D. , with descriptive notes and a glossary by Legge, Augustus GeorgePages:   One disbursement listed in the churchwardens’ accounts for South Newington in Oxfordshire is 6s 8d to the king's almoner (Anthony Watson, ) in The almoner's work as an agent of ‘charity’ went far beyond this to encompass the discharge of both spiritual and material debts The equation with benevolence, which originated in Cited by: 1.

      The ‘Bawdy Court’ of Banbury: The Act Book of the Peculiar Court of Banbury, , Banbury Historical Society, 26 () Hayter, P. ed., Kings Sutton, Northamptonshire, C hurchwardens’ Accounts Wigginton is a village and civil parish about 6 miles (10 km) southwest of Banbury in Oxfordshire. The village is beside the River Swere, which forms the southern boundary of the parish. A Channel Four documentary, Hitler's British Girl, investigated the possibility that Unity Mitford gave birth to the son of Adolf Hitler in Hill View Cottage, y: England.


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South Newington Churchwardens' Accounts - (Banbury Historical Society) [Oxfordshire Record Office] Donations, perhaps by way of thank offerings after childbirth, occur twice, when the wife of William Hall and the wife of William Spratley gave 12d. each. 3 E. Brinkworth, ed.

South Newington Churchwardens’ Accounts – (Banbury Historical Society 6, ), pp. 41, 43 (, – 1s to the ringers on this feast day). 4 Anthony Palmer, Tudor Churchwardens’ Accounts. Church-wardens' accounts of Croscombe, Pilton, Patton, Tintinhull, Morebath, and St.

Michael's, Bath, ranging from A.D. to by Hobhouse, Edmund, Bp., Pages: The Condition of the Working-Class in England, Magna Carta to Tony Blair1 South Newington churchwardens' accounts, Banbury The Condition of the Working-Class in. Churchwardens’ accounts are found amongst parish records as they make up yet another facet of a church’s history.

The number of churchwardens’ accounts held by the Borthwick Institute is sizeable; the range of dates, multifarious. In fact, there are a few surviving medieval account.

To celebrate the launch of Understanding Early Modern Primary 1553-1684 book the monster-heads have each written a brief post offering a personal perspective on the source type that they most like working with (the introductory post is here).Do tell us your own below the line, or on twitter #histsources.

Jonathan Willis. I have a confession to make: I love churchwardens’ accounts. The society has published 35 volumes sinceranging from Banbury’s magnificently detailed parish registers to Victorian diaries, and including parish records from Bodicote, Wigginton, South Newington and Kings Sutton along the way.

The society is always interested in new ideas for volumes in the series: any local historians who have researched local records or [ ]. South Newington churchwardens' accounts, / transcribed and edited by E. Brinkworth, with Scottish historical documents / Gordon Donaldson; Music through sources and documents / Ruth Halle Rowen.

SOUTH NEWINGTON CHURCHWARDENS ACCOUNTS, Transcribed and edited by E. BRINKWORTH (Banbury Historical Society for ) THIS is Volume 6 of the present useful series of the Banbury Historical Society. These detailed accounts, dating from an early period, record the ecclesiastical changes of the 16th century.

Kings Sutton churchwardens' accounts Paul Hayter. Banbury Historical Society, 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Common terms and phrases.

Kings Sutton churchwardens' accounts Volume 27 of Banbury Historical Society: Editor. Book Reviews: John Clare, Selected Poems, Everyman Edition South Newington Churchwardens Accounts, Halifax Trading Four Hundred Years Ago Book Suggestions ILLUSTRATIONS Map of Northamptonengraved by W.

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In the churchwardens’ accounts for St Mary’s Great Dunmow, it can be determined that both the vicar and the churchwardens openly took advantage of the nearby dissolved abbey which was just four miles away.

Sometime in the months between April and SeptemberRichard Parker sold 24 paving tiles from Tilty Abbey to Great Dunmow’s. Their records account for income and expenditure and there are some surprising entries to be found in churchwardens’ account books 1.

Pirates. An entry for the payment of 6d to 30 men taken by the Turks in the accounts of George Parker, churchwarden of the parish of Coughton inis one striking example. St Martin-in-The-Fields: the Accounts of the Churchwardens, Edited by J V Kitto.

Detailed accounts of income and expenditure for this important London church during the period of the Reformation. Historical description. Newington, South, a village and a parish in Oxfordshire.

The village stands on the river Swere, 2 miles from Bloxham station on the Banbury and Cheltenham branch of the G.W.R., 4 WNW of Deddington, and 6 SW of Banbury, and has a post office under Banbury; money order and telegraph office, Bloxham.

Patterns of Piety This book offers a new interpretation of the transition from catholicism to protestantism Churchwardens’ accounts before Bibliography Shield with the instruments of the passion, South Newington (Oxon.). 87 Fifteenth-century alabaster panel depicting Christ placing.

Title Author Volume Page Year; The Cathedral Church of Christ in Oxford: E. W. Watson: I: READ: Notes on the History of the Parish of Charlbury with .This database contains the churchwardens' accounts of the parish of Boxford from to Boxford is one of the only parishes that has pre-Reformation churchwardens' accounts that continue through the entire Reformation period.

Churchwardens frequently had to use their own money to sustain the.The society has published 35 volumes sinceranging from Banbury’s magnificently detailed parish registers to Victorian diaries, and including parish records from Bodicote, Wigginton, South Newington and Kings Sutton along the way.

Current members receive a complimentary copy of each new volume as it is published (one per double membership).