2 edition of Index to the registers of the diocese of Hereford, 1275-1535 found in the catalog.
Index to the registers of the diocese of Hereford, 1275-1535
|Statement||Comp. by E.N. Dew.|
|Contributions||Dew, Edward Napleton., Herefordshire Cantilupe Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||81|
PETER of Aigueblanche (d. ), bishop of Hereford, was a Savoyard of high rank (‘natione Burgundus,’ Flores Hist. ii. ), and belonged to a junior branch of the house of the lords of Briançon, viscounts of the Tarentaise or valley of the upper Isère in Savoy, and possessors of considerable estates in Graisivandan (Menabrea, Des origines féodales dans les Alpes occidentales, pp.
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The register of Thomas de Cantilupe, Bishop of Hereford (A. ) by Catholic Church. Diocese of Hereford. Bishop ( Thomas de Cantelupe); Thomas, de Cantelupe, Saint, ca. ; Griffiths, R. The register of Thomas de Cantilupe, Bishop of Hereford (A.D. ) Item PreviewPages: Hereford Diocese This page summarises records created by this Organisation The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the collection.
Shropshire Parish Registers: Diocese of Hereford Volume 7 of Shropshire Parish Registers: Diocese of Hereford. 1- William Phillimore Watts Phillimore: Author: Shropshire Parish Register Society: Publisher: Priv.
print. for the Shropshire Parish Register Society. Diocese of Hereford (erected) Affiliated Bishops, Living. None. Affiliated Bishops, Deceased. Edmund Audley † (Bishop: 22 Jun to 10 Jan ) Richard Beauchamp † (Bishop: 4 Dec to 14 Aug ) Robert de Bethune † (Bishop: to 16 Apr ).
Diocese of Hereford. The Diocesan Office, The Palace, Hereford, HR4 9BL About Us Our Vision, Diocesan Online Directory, Our Leaders, Our Structure, Bishops Offices, Hereford Office. The Register of Adam de Orleton, Bishop of Hereford (A.D.
) Volume 3 of Cantilupe Society publication Volume 5 of Episcopal registers, Diocese of Hereford Episcopi Herefordensis: Author: Catholic Church.
Diocese of Hereford (England). Bishop ( Adam de Orleton) Editor: Arthur Thomas Bannister: Contributors. This wills index comprises o entries taken from the Hereford Diocese Probate Act Books and Hereford Deanery Index to the registers of the diocese of Hereford Act Books These books contain a summary record of each grant, including: the names of the testator and executor(s), the parish they were from, the value of each estate and the date of the probate grant.
Hereford St John the Baptist (deposited at Hereford Cathedral Archives) Tupsley (non-register material only) The archive services of Shropshire and Worcestershire hold each county's respective records of Shropshire and Worcestershire parishes within the Diocese of Hereford.
Hereford Diocese: Bishops' Registers (Mel Lockie) Latin transcripts, in progress, from the volumes published by the Cantilupe Society/Canterbury and York Society. They currently include the registers of Thomas de Cantilupo (), Richard de Swinfield () and the introduction to the register of Adam de Orleton ().
The Diocese of Hereford is a Church of England diocese based in Hereford, covering Herefordshire, southern Shropshire and a few parishes within Worcestershire in England, and a few parishes within Powys and Monmouthshire in cathedral is Hereford Cathedral and the bishop is the Bishop of diocese is one of the oldest in England (created in and based on the minor sub.
Diocese of Hereford. The Diocesan Office, The Palace, Hereford, HR4 9BL About Us Our Vision. The arms are base on the arms of the powerful House of Cantilupe from which came Thomas de Cantilupe, Bishop of Hereford from to Adam Orlton, the next bishop but one after him, had two such fleurs-de-lis engraved in his seal, and after his.
CANTILUPE SOCIETY Publications Capes, W.W. trans. and ed., Charters and Records of Hereford Cathedral, Cantilupe Society () Bannister, A.T., comp., Diocese of. Hereford Diocese, Hereford, Herefordshire. 1, likes talking about this 22 were here.
Our worshipping community is made up of 12, people of all ages. We are the Church of England in. Click the underlined links below to access Crockford entries for Bishops, Archdeacons, Rural Deans and Parish clergy in this diocese.
For information on Deaneries and Parishes, please click on the relevant Archdeaconry. With a Year Book subscription you can access additional details below about Diocesan Officers, Cathedral Staff and General Synod Members, and view ‘Who's Who’ profiles for. Index to wills proved in the Court of the Bishop of Hereford,printed in Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica, FHL book B2m series 5 volume 4.
Index to wills proved in the Bishop's Court of Hereford ; also on film. Index to wills proved in the Bishop's Court of Hereford Before the Commonwealth Period ; also on film. Hereford Diocese The Church of England is part of the world wide Anglican Communion, historically centred on, but not controlled by, Canterbury.
There are two provinces, York and Canterbury, each with its own Archbishop – Stephen Cottrell and Justin Welby. Hereford Diocese marriage licence registers[with contemporary indexes] [Microfilm.] Published Salt Lake City Genealogical Society of Utah Nd.
Source D: M Powis. Hereford Diocese marriage licence registers index to vol. 1. Hereford Diocese marriage licence registers[with contemporary indexes] [Microfilm.] Published Salt Lake City Genealogical Society of Utah Nd.
Source D: M Powis. Hereford Diocese marriage licence registers index to vol. 1, Published Nd. Acc. Source D: Herefordshire Record Office. - Register and will extracts for Titchfield Parish (Hampshire), Online. Herefordshire [edit | edit source] - Faraday and Cole, Calendar of Probate and Administration Acts and Abstracts of Wills in the Court Books of the Bishop of Hereford.
Index to Registers of the Storia del Regno di Napoli. By Diocese of Hereford, Benedetto Croce. Bari: Laterza.
28 Compiled by the Rev. Dew. lire. ) viii + 81 pp. Hereford: Wilson and Un Dramaturge Populaire de la Phillips. Renaissance Italienne: Ruzzante *Ad Fletam Dissertatio Iohannis (). Par Alfred Mortier. Vol 9: Shropshire Parish registers Hereford Diocese.
Vol Shropshire Parish registers Hereford Diocese. Vol Shropshire Parish registers, Hereford Diocese Hereford Diocese. Vol Shropshire Parish registers, Hereford Diocese. Vol Shropshire Parish registers Hereford Diocese Ludlow. 1: Shropshire Parish registers Hereford.
Catholic Church. Diocese of Hereford (England). Bishop ( Stanbury). Register of John Stanbury, Bishop of Hereford (). Hereford: [Cantilupe Society], (Hereford: Wilson and Phillips, printers) (OCoLC) Named Person: John Stanbury; John Stanbury: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
The Diocese of Hereford was a Roman Catholic episcopal see in England, suppressed in ) Rowley Regis Parish Register with Index, Part 2 Only by Henrietta Mary Auden - () – pages. ) Shropshire Parish Registers, Diocese of Hereford, Volume 14 by Shropshire Parish Register Society - () – pages.
) Shropshire Parish Registers, Diocese of Hereford, Volume 5 by Shropshire Parish Register Society - ( Diocese of Hereford (England). Bishop ( Beauchamp) added author. Bannister, Arthur Thomas, added author. Cantilupe Society. title. The register of Richard Beauchamp, Bishop of Hereford () / edited by Arthur Thomas Bannister.
imprint. Hereford: [Cantilupe Society], general note. Includes index. language note. Hereford Cathedral is mother church to the Diocese of Hereford – an area covering the counties of Herefordshire and south Shropshire, with parts of Powys and Worcestershire.
The cathedral is the seat of the Bishop of Hereford and seeks, as a priority, to support him in his teaching and pastoral ministry. We consider our links with the parishes of our diocese to be of the highest.
The Diocese of Hereford (founded ) covers Herefordshire, the southern half of Shropshire and includes several parishes in Powys and Monmouthshire. Every diocese has its own Consistory Court with specially appointed legal officers. In the Diocese of Hereford, the Chancellor is Roger Kaye QC and the Deputy Chancellor is Mark Ockelton.
From. See: Parish of Redenhall w/ Harleston & Wortwell: Church Guide Book: England: Havering: Census Index Series Havering/Romford: England: Herefordshire: Registers of Habberly Parish, Diocese of Hereford - England: Herefordshire: Registers of Stoke St.
Milborough, Diocese of Hereford, - England: Hyde. Catholic Church. Diocese of Hereford (England). Bishop ( Spofford). Register of Thomas Spofford, Bishop of Hereford (). Hereford: Wilson and Phillips, Printers, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Arthur Thomas Bannister; Catholic Church.
Diocese of Hereford (England). Bishop ( Hereford Diocese, Hereford, Herefordshire. 1, likes talking about this 22 were here. Our worshipping community is made up of 12, people of all ages.
We are the Church of England in Location: The Palace, Palace Yard, Hereford, UK HR4 9BL. There are links to texts in a variety of translations, images and a scripture index. Christian living. Deathlife is a project of the Diocese of Oxford, exploring issues around death and providing Christian resources for living well in the light of mortality.
Its ‘Living well’ section includes resources for meditation and Bible study. Online book. Parish Registers Index of surnames and place names at end of book. Classification: Baptisms, Burials / Cremations, Marriages, Parish Records, Wills / Probate Parish Registers of Shropshire (Diocese of Hereford Vol 1) Extra Info: Online book.
ShiptonFordHughleyHanwood Hereford, Ancient Diocese of (HEREFORDENSIS), in the name of Putta, the exiled Bishop of Rochester, is usually given as the first Bishop of Hereford (), Venerable Bede‘s account merely states that he was granted a church and some land in Mercia by Sexulf, Bishop of Lichfield.
This, however, was probably the nucleus from which the diocese grew, though its limits were not. The Diocese of Hereford is a Church of England diocese based in Hereford, covering Herefordshire, southern Shropshire and a few parishes within Worcestershire in England, and a few parishes within Powys and Monmouthshire in Wales.
The cathedral is Hereford Cathedral and the bishop is the Bishop of Hereford. The diocese is one of the oldest in England (created in and based on the minor sub. Throughout Neville's register, the candidates from the archdeaconry of Richmond are listed concurrently but separately.
The names in Laurence Booth's register (–80), especially formay not be complete. Booth's register is less well organised and has more mistakes than any other late medieval York register. Diocese of Hereford × ; KB Reserved for the Bishop's P.A.
- - jpg × ; 95 KB Reserved for the Bishop's Secretary - - jpg ×. The two parishes which have not been indexed for the period are Hereford St John the Baptist & Hereford St a later occasion, perhaps you would like me to search the Burial Registers for any Garratt burials.
The last search which I did was of the Poll Book for the City of Hereford. Poll Book of the City of Hereford. Gloucester (GLS) Jurisdictions. The majority of parishes belonged to (A) the Consistory of Gloucester.
The Diocese of Gloucester was created out of that of Worcester inexcept for some 30 parishes west of the River Severn added to the Diocese of Gloucester that came under the Diocese of Hereford.
It seemed to many in Hereford that St. Thomas had listened to their prayers, for it was not long after the solemn translation of his relics that the plague began to abate in the diocese and elsewhere.
There were now fewer vacancies being reported from Hereford parishes and fewer deaths of clerics noted in Trillek’s register of institutions.The Diocese of Hereford covers Herefordshire, southern Shropshire and a few parishes within Worcestershire, Powys and Monmouthshire.
Groups Members Projects We are one of the oldest dioceses in the country and Mothers’ Union has been active for a long time, helping support our local communities.The registers of the parish church of Cherry Burton, Co. York: ; The registers of the parish church of Croston in the County of Lancaster; The registers of the parish church of Rochdale: in the county of Lancaster, from October, to March, ; The registers of the parish church of St.
Giles, Great Orton, Cumberland.