Notes of the episcopal visitation of the Archdeaconry of Ely in 1685.
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Notes of the episcopal visitation of the Archdeaconry of Ely in 1685. by Henry Bradshaw

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Page of note 5 Henry, Bradshaw, ‘Notes on the episcopal visitation of the archdeaconry of Ely in ,’ Camb. Ant. Soc. Proc., , , Page of note 6 An example of this class of record, for the diocese of Lincoln was partially printed by R. E. G. Cole, Speculum Dioeceseos, Lincoln Record Society, IV, Author: Dorothy M. Owen. In the first place a number of bishops expressed dissatisfaction with the way in which churchwardens had been replying to visitation articles and had, like Francis Turner in his visitation charge for Ely in , urged the clergy to share the burden of visitation presentment with the churchwardens so that a helpful and full return be made to the articles of enquiry.   In Ely diocese in the 's the archdeacon or his official inspected churches personally (Palmer,, Episcopal Visitation Returns for Cambridgeshire, pp. –6). page note 3 Dansey,, Horae Decanicae Rurales, by: 9. Notes of the episcopal visitation of the archdeaconry of Ely in , communicated by Henry Bradshaw, ( ) An Inventory of the stuff in the college chambers (King's college), , communicated by Henry Bradshaw.

Barlow, Thomas (/9–), bishop of Lincoln, was born at Long-Gill, Orton, Westmorland, the son of Richard Barlow (d. ).He was educated under William Pickering at Appleby grammar school. He matriculated as a servitor from the Queen's College, Oxford, on 1 July aged sixteen, and later became a taberdar. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Ely episcopal records: a calendar and concise view of the episcopal records preserved in the muniment room of the palace at Ely .   Ely Diocesan Board of Finance is a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales with company number , and a charity registered in England and Wales with Charity Number The registered address is: Diocesan Office, Bishop Woodford House, Barton Road, Ely, Cambridgeshire CB7 4DX. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Ely Epicsopal records Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.

Ely was apparently one of those dioceses in which a local court remained somewhat vital. 7. Kitcbing, 'Probate during the Civil War', esp. , 8. 32 Henry VIII, c. 1. Medieval restrictions are discussed in Sheehan, Will, esp. 9. Ely wills are catalogued by the probate year, not by the date of will-making or death.   - Wadley, Notes or Abstracts of the Wills Contained in the Volume Entitled the Great Orphan Book and Book of Wills, in the Council House at Bristol, online. Hampshire [edit | edit source] - Hampshire Will Extracts: Extracted from the Consistory Court of Winchester [] and the Archdeaconry Court of Winchester [ Marginal note 'Tally Abby'. In the visitation exhibition book (SD/VC/7, p. 49) William Davies is shown as curate. He had been ordained deacon 25 May and priest 10 June and licensed 9 June (see also SD/VC/4). William Floyer, M.A., was collated to the vicarage 6 May (SD/BR/4, p. 7). The visitation was held in a few large centres which could conveniently be reached from the surrounding parishes, generally by the bishop’s principal legal official, the chuncellor, or in larger dioceses, by a commissary deputed to visit a single archdeaconry.