|Statement||Edited by S. L. Ollard and P. C. Walker.|
|Series||The Yorkshire Archaeological Society. Record series., v.71-72, 75, 77, 79|
|Contributions||Ollard, S. L. 1875-1949, ed., Walker, Philip Charles, joint ed.|
|LC Classifications||DA670.Y59 Y6 vols. 71-72, 75, 77, 79|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||28019531|
Get this from a library! Archbishop Herring's Visitation Returns, Volume 4. [Sidney Leslie Ollard; Philip Charles Walker;]. Archbishop Herring's Visitation Returns, by Sidney Leslie Ollard, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Archbishop of York (–) Alma mater: Jesus College, Cambridge: Thomas Herring M.A. ( – 23 March ) was Archbishop of Canterbury from to Early life and education. He was the son of John Herring, rector of Walsoken in Norfolk, who had previously been Church: Church of England. Archbishop Herrings Visitation Returns; Visitation Returns; English Paperback Book; Paperback Book Free Ship; Yorkshire The Of The; Paperback English Paperback; English Book Free; Wakefield Manor Book; Paperback; Paperback Free Shipping; Archbishop Herrings Visitation Returns; Visitation Returns; Volume; Volume English.
Occupations in Eighteenth Century Bradford Elvira Willmott (First published in in volume 4, pp. , of the third series of The Bradford Antiquary, the journal of the Bradford Historical and Antiquarian Society.). At the beginning of the 18th century Bradford was a small market town with a population of just over a thousand, or twice that number if the neighbouring townships of Bowling. Archbishop Herrings Visitation Returns app. “Rawden (Rawdon) 90 families in all. Of these, 12 families of ye people called Quakers. There is a Quaker Meeting which meets every Lord s Day and sometimes oftener; one hundred attend. The teacher is called John Grimshaw.* * Appendix C. Appendix C. Quakers. Rawden Chapel, teacher John Grimshaw. Visitation returns are amongst the most valuable sources for finding out about churches and parishes. Visitation returns make up an important part of the Fulham Papers. Visitations were conducted either by the archdeacon or bishop, and were originally administrative occasions at which churchwardens were sworn in and asked to report on the. Granville Wheler, instituted Rector in , writes as follows in the East Leake Returns in connection with Archbishop Herrings Visitation of the Diocese of York (), “I reside personally at the Parsonage House of West Leake, the house here being very .
drew upon the visitation questions of Archbishop Gilbert and Archbishop Herring at York can compare the questions and answers between Herring Visitation of (CHP web site) and Drummond’s one questions submitted to clergy prior to visitation they were expected to either send the answers before the visitation or handFile Size: KB. Granville Wheler, instituted Rector in , writes as follows in the East Leake Returns in connection with Archbishop Herrings Visitation of the Diocese of York (), 'I reside personally at the Parsonage House of West Leake, the house here being very small and distant from the other, only one mile. The Church of West Leake is the Mother. Crop Returns for Buckinghamshire', Records M.W. M.W. 'Habitation versus improvement: the debate on enclosure by agreement',Author: Janice Elizabeth Crowther. Internet Archive BookReader The visitation of Berkshire in