2 edition of West Sussex protestation returns 1641-2. found in the catalog.
West Sussex protestation returns 1641-2.
Robert Garraway Rice
|Other titles||Protestation returns|
|Series||Sussex Record Society (Series) -- v. 5|
|LC Classifications||CD1065 S9 R5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||246|
THE PROTESTATION PROTESTED, AND (5, 6) ;East Sussex Record Office, Lewes, Rye letters , 8 May ; R. Garraway Rice, ed., West Sussex Protestation returns, (Sussex Record Society, 5, 19o6), p. I. he recommended, in order to avoid the descent into war. Like the familiar marriage vows in the prayer book, the. THE PROTESTATION RETURN OF /2. By the end of , King Charles I had become very unpopular. We have, in the Devon Protestation Returns, a set of amazing documents - something akin to a census even though no women or children are named. A transcription is available in the West Country Studies Library in Exeter.
Sussex Online Parish Clerks (OPC) has 89 protestation returns from in its database. Probate records [edit | edit source] Records of wills, administrations, inventories, indexes, etc. were filed by the court with jurisdiction over this parish. Go to Sussex Probate Records to find the name of the court having primary jurisdiction. Scroll. (The University returns survive however, and are in the book.) What is remarkable (although it is not picked up in the book) is the strong correlation between missing Protestation Returns and the locations in Oxfordshire and former north-west Berkshire where manor-based Catholicism survived.
The Sussex Record Society's Bibliography Index — catalogues and indexes publications about Sussex from over 6, authors who have written over 9, books, pamphlets and digital media and o articles in listed journals or available online.; The Sussex OPC Bibliography; The Churches and Chapels of Sussex. A Bibliography; Sussex Record Society: Books in Print - Online Books. Protestation returns refer to lists of English males over noting if they took the Protestant oath of allegiance, which says, in part, that you pledge to ‘live and die for the true Protestant religion, the liberties and rights of subjects and the privilege of Parliaments’. As a result of.
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West Sussex Protestation Returns - - 2 by R. Garraway Rice, F.S.A. Published by Sussex Record Society in Items coloured blue give access to the relevant page.
Figures in brackets indicate the number of occurrences on the page. West Sussex protestation returns [Rice, Robert Garraway] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. West Sussex protestation returns Author: Robert Garraway Rice. The West Sussex Protestation Returns of /2 are the main concern of this article; the Hearth Tax will be covered on another occasion.
Click Map for detail The importance of the Protestation Returns should not be underestimated, and. Protestation Returns /2 InParliament organised a national protest aimed at Charles I. All males over the age of 18 were required to sign a declaration (or oath) "to live and die for the true Protestant religion, the liberty and rights of subjects and the priviliges of Parliament".
Garraway Rice, T. ed., West Sussex Protestation Returns,Sussex Record Society, 5 () Dunkin, E.H.W., Calendar of Sussex Marriage Licenses recorded in the Consistory Court of the Bishop of Chichester for the Archdeaconry of.
West Sussex Protestation Returns, by R. Garraway Rice Volume 5; year ; no longer in print but available online Ecclesiastical Returns, ; Sussex Poll book, ; and others by W. Renshaw, L. Salzman & Cecil Deedes.
Vol. 5: West Sussex Protestation Returns – Vol. 4: Miscellaneous Records Vol. 2: An Abstract of Feet of Fines For the County of Sussex: Vol. 1, Sussex, West (SRS5) Protestation Returns Sussex (SC) Quaker Records Sussex (SRS54) Quarter Sessions Order Book Sussex (S) Quarter Sessions Settlement Orders Sussex, East (CD) Removal orders Sussex Return Owners of Land Sussex Settlement Order and Cases + File Size: KB.
Instructions for searching the Sussex OPC protestation returns records. U se the controls above to select the protestation data you wish to see. Parishes will appear in the drop down choices only when data is available.
In the (optional) last name field, you may use a '*' for a wildcard in the name to be searched for, e.g. 'Sm*' will return individuals with surnames. Angmering Protestation Returns /2 Angmering Village Life this site has many online genealogy databases Barcombe & Hamsey genealogy and history of Barcombe and Hamsey East Hoathley Parish: Names extracted from the book (): "The Diary of a Georgian Shopkeeper" East Sussex Record Office.
West Sussex protestation returns by Rice, Robert Garraway at - ISBN - ISBN - - - SoftcoverFormat: Paperback. Home › Forums › The Ayling Forum › Ayling West Sussex Protestation Returns February 20th, Tagged: West Sussex Protestation Returns This topic has 2 replies, 1 voice, and was last updated 5 years, 3 months ago by ayling1.
Genre/Form: Genealogy: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rice, Robert Garraway, or West Sussex protestation returns Evidence from the West Sussex Protestation Returns shows that by the mid-Sussex parish of Nuthurst contained the largest number of Linfields, some five families, all directly related.
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Post Office Directory for West Tarring. Publications: There is 1 book about this parish in the Sussex OPC Bibliography. There are 10 articles about this parish in the OPC Sussex Archeaological Collections Index. Sussex Record Society Vol V - West Sussex Protestation Returns () Sussex Record Society Vol VIII - The episcopal Register of Robert Rede () Sussex Record Society Vol X - The Earliest Subsidies for the County of Sussex Seller Rating: % positive.
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Buy The Protestation Returns of Kent /2 by Baker, Richard (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: Richard Baker. T he modern Catholic Church of Christ the King is at the west end of the village.
T he village is now associated with the late author, Rudyard Kipling who lived at Batemans, to the south of the village. The house was built in by John Brittan, an Iron Master.
Kipling lived at Batemans from towhen he died. His wife, Carrie, died inand left Batemans to the. Unfortunately the returns for East Sussex have been lost, however thanks to the transcription efforts of Michael Metcalfe, we are pleased to offer the returns for West Sussex, indexed by parish.
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avg rating — 0 ratings — 2 editions. Miscellaneous Records: Including Ecclesiastical Returns in East Sussex in P eople have lived around Bishopstone for thousands of years, evidenced by Neolithic finds, Bronze Age Bowl barrows, Romans remains, a Saxon cemetery and later Medieval buildings.
The name means “lands of the Bishop”, in this case the Bishops of Chichester who owned the area from the 8th th century. The Parish falls conveniently into 3 separate areas- the village .