2 edition of registers of the Archdeaconry of Richmond, 1361-1477 found in the catalog.
registers of the Archdeaconry of Richmond, 1361-1477
Richmond (England : Archdeaconry)
Reprinted from the Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, vols. 25, 30, 32.
|Statement||edited, with introduction and notes from the abstract made by Matthey Hutton(B.M. MS. Harl. 6978) by A. Hamilton Thompson ... with index of place-names compiled by George W. Waine.|
|Contributions||Hutton, Matthey., Thompson, A. Hamilton 1873-1952.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
Printed Index for the Deanery of Copeland in the Archdeaconry of Richmond. , (FHL P22r) This index was compiled by Neville Ramsden and published in He indexed the original wills and administrations as found on the microfilms of the FHL, but not the registered copy wills and act books. Richmondshire is a local government district of North Yorkshire, covers a large northern area of the Yorkshire Dales including Swaledale and Arkengarthdale, Wensleydale and Coverdale, with the prominent Scots' Dyke and Scotch Corner along the centre. Teesdale lies to the north. With a total area of 1, km², it is larger than seven of the English ceremonial counties (namely, in.
Volume 10 - Index to wills proved in the western deaneries of the Archdeaconry of Richmond , plus index to abstracts of wills from proved in the Archdeaconry of Richmond (mainly in the deanery of Amounderness), where the original wills no longer survive. The index was originally published in The Registers of the Archdeaconry of Richmond , ed. A. Hamilton Thompson. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal vols. 25, 30, Registrum Antiquissimum of the Cathedral Church of Lincoln. Vols. C. W. Foster and Kathleen Major, eds. Hereford: Hereford Times Limited, for the Lincoln Record Society,
Surrey Record Society 5 Surrey Wills (Archdeaconry court, Spage register) (covering the Archdeaconry Court ) is available as a scanned copy from the Internet Archive. Sussex Not mentioned in Gibson & Churchill are the four volumes of Transcript of Sussex Wills by R. Garraway Rice, edited by Walter H. Godfrey, (Sussex Record Society. Books in Print. Vol. Facing Invasion: Proceedings Under the Defence Acts ; Vol. Church Surveys of Chichester Archdeaconry , & ; Vol. Chichester Archdeaconry Depositions ; Vol. The Letters of John Collier of Hastings ; Vol. Littlehampton School Logbook – sale price only £
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Wills and Inventories from the Registry of the Archdeaconry of Richmond: Extending Over Portions of the Counties of York, Westmerland, Cumberland, and Lancaster, James Raine: Authors: Richmond, Eng. (Archdeaconry), Church of England. Archdeaconry of Richmond: Editor: James Raine: 1361-1477 book Society, Length: pages: Export Citation 5/5(1).
Archdeaconry Court of Richmond [edit | edit source] - Raine, Wills and Inventories from the Registry of the Archdeaconry of Richmond.
registers of the Archdeaconry of Richmond Online. Consistory Court of Carlisle [edit | edit source] - Ferguson, Testamenta Karleolensia: The Series of Wills from the Pre-reformation Registers of the Bishops of Carlisle, Archdeaconry of Richmond These wills were proved in the Archdeacon's Consistory Court and survive from the fifteenth century until the establishment of the High Court of Probate in The Archdeaconry, which in the Middle Ages lay within the Diocese of York, was transferred to Chester in and then straddled the Pennines.
Wills and inventories from the registry of the archdeaconry of Richmond, extending over portions of the counties of York, Westmerland, Cumberland, and Lancaster by Richmond, Eng. (Archdeaconry); Raine, James, Pages: Cheshire: Wills and Inventories, Lancashire: Wills, Archdeaconry of Richmond, Cheshire: Wills and Inventories, Cheshire: Wills and Inventories, (A-M) Cheshire: Wills and Inventories, (N-Z) Cheshire: Wills and Inventories, Cheshire: Wills and Inventories, (A-L Format: Multimedia CD.
Archdeaconry of Richmond The following is taken from the original introduction written by Henry Fishwick. ‘The Archdeaconry of Richmond, as originally constituted, is of great antiquity, and was looked upon as the richest in England; it was erected by Thomas, Archbishop of York, in the yearand included Allerdale and Cumberland, which.
Probate Act books Peculiar Jurisdictions 12 Disputed probate Roman Catholic wills Registered Copies of Wills 16 The National Archives 17 Probate post 19 Death Duty Registers 20 Sample documents Booklist Useful websites 35 How to find a will in the Archdeaconry of Richmond Quick Guide to finding a will.
This collection contains records of the Archdeaconry Court of Surrey consisting of probate and administration act books, original wills and will registers, instance act books and indexes. The records also include an uncatalogued series of indexed caveat books ( - ) (6 volumes) for both the archdeaconry and commissary courts relating to.
The archdeaconry of Richmond comprised 8 deaneries - three forming the Eastern Deaneries (Boroughbridge, Catterick and Richmond) and 5 the Western Deaneries (Amounderness, Lonsdale, Kendal, Furness and Copeland) which contained Lancashire North of the river Ribble and parts of Cumberland, Westmoreland and Yorkshire.
In contrast, the Archdeaconry of Richmond was a semi-autonomous region in the medieval period and the Archdeacon was a powerful figure. In the twelfth century the Archdeaconry of Richmond was said to be the richest in England, and the archdeaconry spanned the counties of Yorkshire, Westmorland, Cumberland and Lancashire.
The medieval archdeacon's records comprise some court act and deposition books, mainly of the s and s, and some probate and matrimonial records, bound in the first register of the Tudor bishops of Chester and kept in the Cheshire County Record Office; of the archdeacon's records before only a few stray extracts, cited in this.
Half-title to the register reads as follows: The parish register of Richmond (Yorks.) (No. 2) Transcription of the entries of marriages from Michaelmas,to the restoration,recorded on pagesincluding marriages belonging to Richmond, Richmondshire, and other places.
Archdeaconry. See Hugh the Chanter pp. liii-liv; R. Hill, The Labourer in the Vineyard: the visitations of archbishop Melton in the archdeaconry of Richmond (Borthwick pap ). Valuation. £ (Taxatio p. Archdeacons [Osbert of Bayeux. preb. unident., list Description [edit | edit source]. Probate is the legal court process by which the estate of a deceased person is distributed to his or her heirs.
The term probate refers to a collection of documents, including wills, administrations (also called admons), inventories, and act Church of England ecclesiastical courts had authority for this process until to The Register of the Civil Marriages, Belonging to Richmondshire in the County of York.
And an Index to the Parish Register Transcripts Belonging to the Archdeaconry of Richmond (the ancient Deaneries of Boroughbridge, Catterick and Richmond) From Their Commencement to Yorkshire, England: Yorkshire Parish Register Society, Parish registers: Bishop's Transcripts: Ecclesiastical Jurisdictions; Rural Deanery: Clapham: Diocese: Pre - York; Post - Ripon: Province: York: Legal Jurisdictions; Probate Court: Court of the Bishop (Consistory) of the Commissary of the Archdeaconry of Richmond Western Deaneries - Lonsdale: Location of Archive; Yorkshire.
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Get this from a library. Wills and inventories from the registry of the archdeaconry of Richmond extending over portions of the counties of York, Westmerland, Cumberland, and Lancaster.
[James Raine; Church of England. Archdeaconry of Richmond.]. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Register of William Bateman nos Appendices: transcribed entries-- institutions, collations and appointments not registered-- administrators and office-holders, religious houses, colleges, friaries and hospitals.
(source: Nielsen Book Data) This is the first Norwich episcopal register to be. The Archdeaconry of Richmond was unusual in that it retained its own probate records and may have probated estates of persons in the peculiar jurisdictions within the boundaries of the archdeaconry.
Consult The Phillimore Atlas and Index of Parish Registers for the division between archdeaconries. Archdeaconry of Richmond As this Archdeaconry has been subject to a pastoral re-organisation, this is no longer a 'Live' record.
Click on the underlined name of the diocese directly above the Archdeaconry name to browse the current structure and all 'Live' place records within it.History. The archdeaconry of Richmond was created around the yearand was endowed by Thomas, Archbishop of York.
It had the valuable impropriations of Easingwold, Bolton, Clapham, and Thornton Steward. It was the wealthiest and most extensive Archdeaconry in the Kingdom, and originally comprised the western parts of Yorkshire and Lancashire, as well as the greater portion of .A List of the Lancashire Wills Proved Within the Archdeaconry of Richmond From to Vol.
A List of the Lancashire Wills Proved Within the Archdeaconry of Richmond From to Vol. The oldest register book the parish of Hawkshead in Lancashire. - H. S. Cooper () The parish register by W.