3 edition of Berkshire glebe terriers, 1634 found in the catalog.
Berkshire glebe terriers, 1634
|Statement||edited by Ian Mortimer.|
|Series||Berkshire Record Society -- v.2, 1995|
|Contributions||Mortimer, Ian, 1967-, Berkshire Record Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||260p., (4)p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||260|
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Berkshire Glebe Terriers, Edited by Ian Mortimer. 1634 book by Berkshire Record Society in ISBN: 0 1 2.
Glebe terriers are descriptions of the property of a benefice. They include information about the parsonage, the glebe land (land belonging to the benefice) and tithes, and are an invaluable source for the study of farming.
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A glebe terrier is a term specific to the Church of is a document, usually a written survey or inventory, which gives details of glebe, lands and property in the parish owned by the Church of England and held by a clergyman as part of the endowment of his benefice, and which provided the means by which the incumbent (rector, vicar or perpetual curate) could support himself and his.
Glebe Terrier acreage acres acres of arable acres of enclosed acres of land arable land arable strips areas of common award following cent enclosed chapelry cite an Enclosure Commission as enclosing common fields common grazing land common land common meadow copy depicts deserted medieval village deserted village early material available.
Berkshire (whole) Berkshire Glebe Terriers (Berkshire Record Society Volume 2) £ ; This list of terriers, or surveys of the lands and properties of the Church of England from includes properties, acreage and boundaries.
In some parishes the. Poll Book, Berkshire, (CD) BFHS £ ; Add to basket; Quick View. Quick View. Berkshire (whole) Berkshire Glebe Terriers (Berkshire Record Society Volume 2). MISCELLANEOUS: fee books, ; procuration and synodal accounts,; court (office) accounts, ; draft surrogates' accounts, ; accounts re marriage licences, ; glebe terriers, (most ); petitions for repair and building of vicarage houses and for exchanges of.
Volume 26 - Berkshire Schools in the Eighteenth Century. Vol Berkshire Schools in the Eighteenth Century, was launched at the Berkshire Record Office, Reading, on Monday 25th February In the Government provided the first public money for schools; within 70 years there was a national system of primary and secondary education covering every place in every county.
I have noted another quote recently from a Berkshire Local History Association Newsletter. "Ian Mortimer's edition of the glebe terriers compiled at the insistence of Archbishop Laud inwhich contains not only a comprehensive account of church glebe and tithes, but also numerous field names (Bushie Roses and Holly Roses, Coales.
Berkshire Glebe Terriers, Glebe terriers are descriptions of the extent of the glebe, or lands belonging to a parish church. The Berkshire set for is remarkably complete, having been drawn up in response to a visitation by the representative of the archbishop of Canterbury.
In Berkshire, with parishes, only six failed to file a terrier on the occasion of Archbishop Laud's metropolitan visitation of 25 In the Archdeaconry of Cornwall, which was almost congruent with the county, the picture is very different. The bishop's writ, like that of the king, scarcely ran in some remote parts of the county.
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The Berkshire Book by Robert Gathorne-Hardy: The Berkshire book by Berkshire Federation of Women's Institutes: Berkshire glebe terriers, by Ian Mortimer: Berkshire in Camera: Berkshire and the Vale of the White Horse, by Susan Read: Berkshire Local History Association newsletter no.
77 (Sep. ) - no. (Sep. Mortimer, I. ed., Berkshire Glebe Terriers,Berkshire Record Society, 2 () The Diocese Books of Samuel Wilberforce: Bishop of OxfordBerkshire Record Society, 13; Oxfordshire Record Society, 66, (). See Berks FHS Books for coverage of this parish in the society’s range of CDs.
See also Berkshire Record Office holdings. Hampshire Record Office holds BTs of the registers, other parochial records, wills, glebe terriers and deeds relating to Combe.
Combe’s census returns are filed at Hampshire Record Office. Published local history. The STANFORD HISTORIAN: This is a twice-yearly publication, edited and published by Phil Morris, 71 Van Diemans, Stanford in the Vale, Oxon. SN7 8HW, which contains articles dealing with the history of Stanford and surrounding villages.
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edited by Mark S.R. Jenner and. Berkshire Quiz Book by Suzanne Battle [R35] Berkshire Records Office - Information and Catalogue of Parish Records [A59] - Sources for Geneology in the B.R.O., [S99] Berkshire Record Society - Vol 1: Correspondence of the Foundling Hospital Inspectors in Berkshire by Gillian Clark [R21] - Vol 2: Berkshire Glebe Terriers, by.
GLEBE TERRIERS D. BARRATT [Extracts from a terrier of the rectory of Kencott, Oxon, of among the Oxford archdeaconry records in the Bodleian Library, Oxford, MS. Archd. papers Oxon. 41 f.
9.] A Terrier of all the Housing, Tithes and Glebe lands belonging to the Rectory of Kencot in the Diocesse of Oxon. the period c. I assume that they were not available in the s, otherwise Miss Glebe terrier for Oakesey, Glebe terrier for North Wraxall, Glebe terrier for North Newton, BERKSHIRE RECORD OFFICE Labour book, Holt, Worcs., onwards.
The Terrier of gives a description of the parsonage, which sat in three acres of land: the main house had six bays and there were two barns of five and eight bays.
There was a close on the west and an orchard on the east. Berkshire Glebe Terriers [Monograph / SWB].Books at Amazon.
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