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2 edition of episcopal court book for the diocese of Lincoln, 1514-1520 found in the catalog.

episcopal court book for the diocese of Lincoln, 1514-1520

Lincoln, Eng. (Diocese). Bishop (1514-1521 : William Atwater)

episcopal court book for the diocese of Lincoln, 1514-1520

by Lincoln, Eng. (Diocese). Bishop (1514-1521 : William Atwater)

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Published by Lincoln Record Society in Lincoln .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Church of England. -- Diocese of Lincoln -- History -- Sources.,
  • Court records -- England -- Lincoln (Diocese)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Statementedited by Margaret Bowker.
    SeriesPublications of the Lincoln Record Society -- v. 61
    ContributionsBowker, Margaret.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA670.L69 R5 vol. 61
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxii, 161 p. ;
    Number of Pages161
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19160932M

    The Littlemore Priory scandals took place between and They involved accusations of sexual immorality and sometimes brutal violence among the nuns and the prioress of Littlemore Priory in Oxfordshire. The Benedictine priory, which was very small and poor, had a history of troubled relation. THE PARISH CLERGY IN THE ARCHDEACONRY OF LEICESTER by J. F. FUGGLES At the time of the Henrician Reformation there were almost parochial clergy ministering to the needs of the people in the archdeaconry of.

    Full text of "Early Lincoln wills: an abstract of all the wills & administrations recorded in the Episcopal registers of the old diocese of Lincoln: comprising the counties of Lincoln, Rutland, Northampton, Huntington, Bedford, Buckingham, Oxford, Leicester, and . Early Lincoln wills. An abstract of all the wills & administrations recorded in the Episcopal registers of the old diocese of Lincoln, comprising the counties of Lincoln, Rutland, Northampton, Huntington, Bedford, Buckingham, Oxford, Leicester, and Hertford, By .

    An episcopal court book for the diocese of Lincoln, edited by Margaret Bowker (The publications of the Lincoln Record Society, v. 61) Lincoln Record Society, []Cited by:   An Episcopal Court Book for the Diocese of Lincoln (The Lincoln Record Society, v. 61, ), p. 88; Pleasaunce Ovenhille, the wife of John de Davy of Aylesford, in Charles Johnson, ed., Registrum Hamonis Hethe, Diocesis Roffensis, A.D. , v. 1 (Canterbury and York Society, v. 48, ), pp. and ; Juliana wife of.


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Bowker, Margaret, Lincoln Record Society 61 (). Excommunication Excommunicated: or Legal Evidence that the ecclesiastical courts have no power to excommunicate any person whatsoever for not coming to his parish church ().Cited by: The Littlemore Priory scandals took place between and They involved accusations of sexual immorality and sometimes brutal violence among the nuns and the prioress of Littlemore Priory in Benedictine priory, which was very small and poor, had a history of troubled relations with its scandal that came to light inhowever, became.

An Episcopal Court Book for the Diocese of Lincoln, – Edited by BowkerMargaret. (Publications of the Lincoln Record Society, 61). xxxii +. Bowker, Margaret (ed.), An Episcopal Court Book for the Diocese of Lincoln, – (Lincoln Record Soci Lincoln, ).

Bray, Gerald (ed.), The Anglican Canons, – (Church of England Record Society 1514-1520 book, Woodbridge, ).Cited by: 1. In addition to contributing to volumes on the English reformation, Dr. Bowker edited An Episcopal Court Book for the Diocese of Lincoln, () and is the author of two other books, The Secular Clergy in the Diocese of Lincoln () and The Henrician Reformation: The Diocese of Lincoln under John Longland.

An Episcopal court book for the diocese of Lincoln,Lincoln Record Society, 61 () Major, K. ed., The ‘Registrum antiquissimum’ of the cathedral church of Lincoln.

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Calendar No. Wills and Administrations recorded in the Episcopal Registers of the Ancient Diocese of Lincoln, During the period covered by this calendar the diocese of Lincoln extended from the Humber to the Thames, and included no less than nine counties, namely, Lincoln, Leicester, Rutland, Northampton, Huntingdon, Bedford, Buckingham, Hertford, and Beck: Beck, — Medieval Suffolk: an economic and social history, / by: Bailey, Mark, Published: () New York Jews and the decline of urban ethnicity, / by: Lederhendler, Eli.

Published: (). David Zouche and daughter, Cecily Zouche [Reference: Bowker, Episcopal Court Book for the Diocese of Lincoln, –‎ (Lincoln Rec.

Soc. 61) (): 84]. Eleanor Saint John was the maternal grandmother of Sir Edmund Sheffield, 1st Lord Sheffield (died ), the subject of my original post.

An episcopal court book for the diocese of Lincoln, ; edited by Margaret Bowker. An Episcopal Court book for the diocese of Lincoln,by M.

Bowker JSTOR: Lincoln. court. bishops. Diocese. Facsimiles of English Royal Writs to A.D. presented to Vivian Hunter Galbraith, by T. Bishop, Dominus Episcopus (Stockholm, ) The Mediterranean City: Connectivity (Oxford, ).

An Episcopal Court book for the diocese of Lincoln, by M. Bowker An Episcopal Court book for the diocese of Lincoln, by M. Bowker (pp. ) Review by: J. Davis. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.

The ecclesiastical court had learned that the girl worked as a healer and a soothsayer, and that she claimed she could locate buried treasures.

Marion admitted everything immediately, even with an air of : Johannes Dillinger. An Episcopal Court Book for the Diocese of Lincoln –, ed. Margaret Bowker, Lincoln Record Society 61 (), p. 53; The Black Book of Winchester, ed. W.H.B. Bird (Winchester: The Wikeham Press, ), pp.

3–4. Google ScholarAuthor: Jeremy Goldberg. An Episcopal Court Book for the Diocese of Lincoln, – Edited by BowkerMargaret. (Publications of the Lincoln Record Society, 61). xxxii + Author: Andrew Hiscock. Full text of "John W. Bowker Knowing The Unknowable Science And The Religions On God And The Universe" See other formats.This index also covers The Consistory Court of Lincoln, Willswhich included the Consistory and Commissary Courts of the Bishop in the archdeaconry of Lincoln, the Chancellor's Court, and the court of the Archdeacon of Lincoln whose jurisdiction covered the whole of the county of Lincoln except the north-west quarter which formed the Beck: Beck, —This book explores that special territory perceived by Einstein: where the unknown takes over from everything that is understandable, familiar, and explicable.

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