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Names of Herefordshire recusants indicted in 1640

Names of Herefordshire recusants indicted in 1640

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Published .
Written in English


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Other titlesBritish Museum. Manuscript. Portland. Harley Papers. Loan 29/173.
Statementtranscribed by M.A. Faraday.
ContributionsFaraday, M A.
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Open LibraryOL19615135M

If your ancestor committed a crime, you could search the records of courts of law held at the Record Office. We hold the archives of the Herefordshire Quarter Sessions, which include, with gaps, minute books that name prisoners, , lists of prisoners, , and rolls of papers giving details of individual cases, Herefordshire was mostly under Royalist rule until the close of , when\ud Hereford fell to Parliament's forces. The Presbyterians controlled the local\ud administration during A number of lesser gentry were now taking part in\ud county government, a trend that continued during the s.

Herefordshire History. K likes. This is the page for the Herefordshire History digitisation project, bringing together material from our libraries, archives and museum collections. Developed and.   St Thomas of Hereford – Thomas Cantelupe Born at Hambleton, Bucks in Chancellor of Oxford University, Chancellor of England, Bishop of Hereford in , died at Orvieto on 25 th August claimed miracles, Hereford most important centre in west of England, canonised , relics translated in and

  Louis, (first name unknown): executed at Suffolk, England, in Lowes, John: hanged at Bury, England, about Lutz, (first name unknown): beheaded at Wurzburg, Germany, Macalzean, Euphemia: burned alive in Scotland for witchcraft, on 25 June, Marigny, Enguerrand de: hanged in France in Indeed, more recusants lived in south Herefordshire and north Monmouthshire than anywhere else. 'Mass was regularly said at The Darren, upstream from Llanrothal, by Father Robert Jones, who in became Superior of the English Jesuits, and at Whitfield in Treville Park by Roger Cadwallader, the seminary priest who was martyred in Leominster.


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9 See Essex Recusant, 1 (no. 2)-7 (no. 1) for names and other this composite ‘estreat roll of recusants’ (C.R.S., 57, p. lxii, note ) from the s to the s can be added two further county-files: a massive schedule of Lancashire recusants’ fines (17 Charles I) and one for Warwickshire () of more than four hundred ‘Refusers and Neglecters to take the Oath of.

CLARKE, James II (c), of Widemarsh ward, Hereford and the Inner Temple, London. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commonsed. Andrew Thrush and John P. Ferris, This is an incomplete index of the current and historical principal family seats of English royal, titled and landed gentry families.

Some of these seats are no longer occupied by the families with which they are associated, and some are ruinous – e.g. Lowther Castle. Herefordshire Online Genealogy Records This chart shows links to countrywide collections.

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Servant to the Earl of Essex by ; commr. recusancy Herefs. j.p. from c Biography. Pembridge was a lawyer on the Oxford circuit, who came into possession of the manor of Wotton through his maternal uncle Thomas Baskerville, and settled in the county. Table 3(xiv) Years of reported recusancy of persistent non-gentry Catholics in Hereford’s parishes Table 3(xv) Catholics at the mass in John Ireland’s house in Hereford, February Table 3(xvi) Numbers of gentry and non-gentry Catholics presented from Herefordshire’s market towns Aliens, Denizen or not, and Popish Recusant Convicts, 8s.

in the Pound. Value of Property charged certified; First Two Subsidies rated and set before the 27th Feb.and the Two other before the 1st April next ensuing. Names of Persons charged to be certified to Exchequer.

Names of Persons to whom Sums of first Two Subsidies to be paid. Statutes of the Realm; Statutes of the Realm: Volume 5, ; Charles I, An Act for the further releife of His Majesties Army and the Northern Parts of the Kingdome.

The usefulness of this book to scholars lies in two areas: it provides another means of access to the discourse of early modern religion in England - a subject that is currently drawing the attention of a significant number of scholars; in addition, by focusing on the private and inner life, and on the spiritual as the exemplary, it also stands.

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An illustration of text ellipses. More. An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting. The Catholic Recusancy of the Yorkshire Fairfaxes. Part I. - Volume 3 Issue 2 - Hugh Aveling Due to unplanned maintenance of the back-end systems supporting article purchase on Cambridge Core, we have taken the decision to temporarily suspend article purchase for the foreseeable future.

Abstract. After the upheavals of mid century the restored episcopate was faced with rebuilding the established Church. The visitation process was central to this, but the decline in its correctional powers, and the unwillingness of churchwardens to present neighbours for ecclesiastical offences, demanded a fresh approach.

From the s some bishops sought to involve the clergy rather than. List of Roman Catholic priests and recusants handed over to the English authorities in the London area by James Wadsworth and his fellow pursuivants between 3 November and the summer of and as such, it is not a complete list of Roman Catholic clergymen who were executed or banished for their religion under King Charles I and then under the Commonwealth.

The family name is recorded in the Domesday Book as Entrebus, apparently from an Old Norse personal name Andri and buski, meaning a or thicket. An alternative derivation of the name is the Norman-French Entre-bois which can be interpreted as 'within the woods'. The name of Antrobus still is marked by the Village Hall in Northwich.

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by Worcestershire and Gloucestershire, S. by Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire, and W. by Monmouthshire, Radnorshire, mid Brecknockshire; greatest length N. and S.

38 miles, greatest breadth E. and W. 35 miles;acres, populationThe Co. is almost circular in form. Location.

The county borders Herefordshire to the west, Shropshire to the north-west, Staffordshire only just to the north, West Midlands to the north and north-east, Warwickshire to the east and Gloucestershire to the south. The western border with Herefordshire includes a stretch along the top of the Malvern the southern border with Gloucestershire, Worcestershire meets the northern.

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Full text of "The English recusants [microform]: a study of the post-reformation Catholic survival and the operation of the recusancy laws". County Information [edit | edit source]. Hertfordshire (abbreviated Herts) is a county in south east England and is one of the "Home Counties" surrounding London along with Surrey, Essex, Kent, Berkshire, and Buckinghamshire.

The county town is Hertford. The county takes its name from Hertford meaning a ford frequented by harts or stags. The major towns are Hertford, St Albans (built .The vicar of Allensmore near Hereford suddenly awoke from a deep sleep in the idle of the night of May 21st He thought he had head a bell drifting in the wind from the fields surrounding the churchyard.

Looking out of his window he saw moving tapers winding in procession towards the churchyard. Hurriedly he dressed and ran to investigate but he was too late.Aliens and recusants paid double these rates - 10s.8d.

per pound for their moveable goods, and 16s. per pound for their lands - while the poll tax on those aliens and recusants possessing no estate was 16d.

per head. Commissioners appointed to levy the tax were named in the statute.