2 edition of Lincolnshire church notes made by Gervase Holles, A. D. 1634 to A. D. 1642 found in the catalog.
Lincolnshire church notes made by Gervase Holles, A. D. 1634 to A. D. 1642
by Printed for the Lincoln Record Society by W. K. Morton & Sons in Lincoln
Written in English
|Statement||and ed. from Harleian manuscript 6829, in the British Museum, by R. E. G. Cole.|
|Series||Lincoln Record Society. Publications. v. 1|
|Contributions||Cole, R. E. G 1831-1921.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 281 p. :|
|Number of Pages||281|
|LC Control Number||12001949|
The Red Book of the Exchequer, ed. Hubert Hall, 3 vols (London, ) The Register of Bishop Philip Repingdon , ed. Margaret Archer, 3 vols (Lincoln Record Society, 57, 58, 74, ) The Registrum Antiquissimum of the Cathedral Church of Lincoln, ed. C.W. Foster and Kathleen Major, 10 vols (Lincoln Record Society, ). The entire estate of John Hussey, estimated to produce 5, pounds annually, was "forfeited by attainder," according to "Lincolnshire Church Notes" by Gervase Holles. Attainder is the legal consequence of judgement of death or outlawry for treason or felony.
Notes on the visitation of Lincolnshire, Vol 1: The domesday of inclosures, ; being the extant returns to Chancery for Berks, Bucks, Cheshire, Essex, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northants, Oxon, and Warwickshire by the Commissioners of inclosures in and for Bedfordshire in ; together with Dugdale's ms. notes of the. It was his policy to consolidate and improve his holdings in Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and Middlesex, disposing of outlying properties and charging his tenants the full economic rent, with moderate entry fines In one of the attorneys of Clement’s Inn persuaded the attorney-general (Sir) Edward Coke* to prosecute Holles in Star.
Lincolnshire parish registers and parish records. Here you can find links to parish registers and Phillimore marriages transcripts that we have available on our site. You may like to check back regularly as we are always adding new parishes to the list. However, he died within the lifetime of Holles’ grandfather and consequently failed to inherit the estate Holles himself saw service in the Netherlands in under Sir Francis Vere†, and, according to his cousin, Gervase Holles†, was present at the Council of War before the English fleet engaged the Armada in
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to A.D. edited by R.E.G. Cole （The publications of the Lincoln Record Society, v. 1） printed for the Lincoln Record Society by W.K. Morton & Sons, LINCOLN RECORD SOCIETY Publications Cole, R.E.G.
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There is no mention of a church in Domesday Book', and although this is not quite conclusive evidence, it is likely that no church existed at that date (circa A.D.); but in Testa de Nevill (d I.) we find "Ecclesia de Horncastre," named with those of (West) Ashby, High Toynton, Mareham (-on-the-Hill), and (Wood) Enderby, as.
Lincolnshire Church Notes Made by Gervase Holles: A.D. to A.D.Ha £ P&P: Antique Map of Lincolnshire Lincoln Spalding Stamford Louth 19th Century.
£ P&P: folding map and numerous illustrations. The book is in remarkably good condition, tight square and clean, the boards have some rubbing but no. 9 Cole, R.E.G. (Ed.), Lincolnshire Church Notes made by Gervase Holles – A.D. to A.D.(Lincolnshire Record Society – Vol.
1, ), p. 54 9 Venables, E., A List and Brief Description of the Churches of Lincoln previous to the period of the Reformation, (An offprint from the. Lincolnshire Church Notes Made by Gervase Holles, to[Gervase Holles] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. An illustration of an open book.
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The Peerage of England: by Arthur Collins Esq Family crest - Coat of arms. AN ORIGINAL ANTIQUE ENGRAVING OVER YEARS OLD. The Tower of St Mary-le-Wigford church is the oldest surviving church tower in the city of Lincoln.
The tower is similar in construction style to that of nearby St Peter-at-Gowts church. Both seem to have been built in the 11th century and both are classed as being part of the “Lincolnshire. made by Gervase Holles, A.D.
to A.D.and edited from Harleian manuscriptin the British Museum, by R.E.G. Cole. Reviews User-contributed reviews. In it was sleighted during the Civil War.
Squared greenstone rubble, ashlar dressings. Courtyard plan with octagonal and round corner towers. The site is next to the parish church; this is now mainly C14 but a church was mentioned in Domesday Lincolnshire church notes made by Gervase Holles, A.
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