3 edition of Churchwardens" accounts from the fourteenth century to the close of the seventeenth century. found in the catalog.
Churchwardens" accounts from the fourteenth century to the close of the seventeenth century.
J. Charles Cox
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Churchwardens' Accounts From the Fourteenth Century to the Close of the Seventeenth Century. Further Reading on Churchwardens’ Accounts Cox, J.C.
Churchwardens’ Accounts from the Fourteenth Century to the close of the Seventeenth Century. (London, ). Duffy, Eamon.
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Full text of "Churchwardens' accounts from the fourteenth century to the close of the seventeenth century" See other formats. Cox, John Charles. Churchwardens' Accounts from the Fourteenth Century to the Close of the Seventeenth Century: Methuen, (Available to read online or download from the Internet Archive).
4 J. Cox, Churchwardens' Accounts from the fourteenth century to the close of the seventeenth century (). Professor Elton's statement that churchwardens' accounts 'have important things to say about the very base of society and await systematic exploitation' re-mains as true in as it was when it was first penned in I G.
To concentrate on Drew ignores J. Cox, Churchwardens' Accounts from the Fourteenth Century to the Close of the Seventeenth Century (London, I); while obviously a pioneer, Cox was nevertheless little more than a gatherer.
Item, paid to the seriant ffor warnynge of y e vewars that went to see owr londe at the towr hill': xij d * * * * * Item, paid to Wolston Wynne ffor a quarter of planche bord to amend serteyn pewes in the chirche and to amend the fflowre in the quyre: ix d: Item, paid ffor j c of ynglishe v peny nayle: v d * * * * * Item, paid to Iohn mathewe ffor the apparelynge of xxvij bokes, gret & small.
The office of Churchwarden dates from the 13th Century, and is thus one of the earliest forms of recognized lay ministry. The primary function of the office at that time seems to have been that of taking care of the Church building and its contents, including the responsibility of providing for the repairs of the nave, and of furnishing the.
churchwardens: nuper gardiani: old churchwardens (those elected the previous year) jurati, juratores, swornmen, sidesmen, sidemen (in early 17 th century), assistants: all terms for the churchwardens' assistants: comparuit in (date) s/he appeared (in court) on (date) dimissit: dismissed - court case closed without any punishment.
Churchwardens' accounts from the fourteenth century to the close of the seventeenth century Antiquary's books: Author: John Charles Cox: Publisher: Methuen, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Length: pages: Subjects: Christian antiquities Churchwardens' accounts: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
Payd to y e person for a quyt rent for the cherch house: iij s: iiij d: Payd to m r Percy for y e second payment of a subsydy & for the parsons tenthe dew to the queenes grace, as doth appeare by his quyttauncis: vj l'i: xvij s: vj d * * * * * Item, spent vppon caston y e curat at y e salutacyon when I hired hym with ij or iij of y e parich with us: xix d * * * * * payd to howe for iiij.
4 Cox, Churchwardens’ Accounts from the 14th Century to the Close of the 17 th Century,and W. Tate, The Parish Chest, Cambridge University Press,were the pioneers in this field.
Andrew Foster and Valerie Hitchman. Churchwardens' Accounts: From the Fourteenth Century to the Close of the Seventeenth Century (Classic Reprint) Paperback – 21 April /5(1). Cambridge Core - Church History - Church Building and Society in the Later Middle Ages - by Gabriel ByngAuthor: Gabriel Byng.
Dr Valerie Hitchman has been studying and analysing churchwardens' accounts for many years, with her main interest being the tumultuous seventeenth century. She is an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Kent, and is currently heading a project to record all surviving pre churchwardens' accounts in a joint venture with Warwick Format: Hardcover.
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Jonathan Willis. I have a confession to make: I love churchwardens’ accounts, and in. 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. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cox, J.
Charles (John Charles), Churchwardens' accounts from the fourteenth century to the close of the seventeenth century. The Nave and Chancel, with perhaps the exception of the north wall, appear to have been rebuilt in the early part of 14th century. There is a brief reference to this in the Churchwardens' accounts in The Font is located straight in front of the entrance by the north wall.
It has been tentatively dated to the 15th century. Those funds were handled by two receivers appointed annually from the selected burgesses, one to keep the town account and the other the minster account.
The total income was some £ c. and usually between £ and £ from the mid century. Income from some sources was more or less fixed, by custom or the long-term farming of the.Sources about the seventeenth century, from to Materials are tagged by period based on how much that period is covered in the text, and how much of that text covers the period.
The period category is applied to the entire publication, rather than small book sections.the churchwardens' accounts of st. MARY'S, READING.* IT is matter for some little surprise that, in the renewed and intensified interest now prevailing in record publica- tions of every kind, parish registers should have received so decided a preference over Churchwardens' Accounts .