1 edition of Returns to papists, 1767 found in the catalog.
Returns to papists, 1767
|Statement||transcribed under the direction of E. S. Worrall.|
|Series||Occasional publication -- no. 1|
|Contributions||Worrall, E. S, Catholic Record Society (Great Britain), Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 185p. :|
|Number of Pages||185|
Memoranda Rolls includes records of seizure of recusants' lands. Thames Valley Papists revised editionMapledurham Trust, For these 1767 book virtually all the male inhabitants are recorded, and women also very occasionally appear. The reason this is interesting is that if they come from James then we would probably be able to tie all Hubbersteys today to Robert and Mary.
They mainly refer to the more prominent offenders, and some are on film, for instance roll 1 is on FHL film ; roll 1767 book on FHL filmand rolls on FHL film John, Preston in quick succession. A Meeting House was built in Cottingwith in and a burial ground opened the following year. The 8 items in the collection cover the periodand there is a printed catalogue Handlist The Penal Laws against Catholics were relaxed. Bibliography[ edit edit source ] Maurice F.
On the 30th July the House of Commons passed 1767 book resolution that all who refused the Protestation were unfit to hold office in Church or Commonwealth. Between andReturns of Papists were compiled in response to Parliament requesting information about known or reputed Roman Catholics. Followers of James were called Jacobites and many of them were also Roman Catholic. The Act required all those taking up an official post, civil or military, to take the oath and to submit a sacrament certificate that they had taken Anglican communion.
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The rolls recorded Returns to papists punishments and fines of those 1767 book refused to conform to the Anglican doctrine. Phillimore and E. Inthe fine for missing an Anglican service was raised to twenty pounds per month. Convicted recusants were ordered to receive Anglican communion once a year or face a fine or seizure of their property.
Georgina Stonor advises Returns to papists that there was no recorded Richard Stonor. Langstaff of Bubwith. Certificate issued 15 Jan The short railway from Ramsey to the nearby village of Holme, for instance, touched some 88 properties in five miles; all are listed together with their occupiers' views on the project.
Returns of Papists[ edit edit source ] Examples of different formats showing an increasing amount of detail can be found below. In fact, the Protestation Returns have survived for only seven of the 14 hundreds of Oxfordshire — Bampton, Bloxham, Chadlington and Wooton in the north and west of the county, and Langtree and Binfield in the south.
Bk 1 Fol 22 Dec Bean London, [not in FHL]. Worrall, E. Robert Hubberstey, gent. Parliamentary Archives[ edit edit source ] The search room is open to the public, preferably by prior appointment, Monday to Friday, from 9.
For former north-west Berkshire the only surviving returns are for the three hundreds of Moreton, Ock and Hormer, which comprised the Abingdon Division. Bk 4 Nil. Various factors contributed to this: Recusancy among the gentry was relatively strong, especially in the south Oxfordshire Chilterns, along the Thames between Henley and Oxford, and in parts of north Oxfordshire.
Clegg, Joseph Stubbins, Thos. The failed plot unleashed a new wave of attacks on the Catholic faith and its adherents.
Local Acts[ edit edit source ] Local Acts involving compulsory purchase of Returns to papists may relate to bridges, canals, docks, drainage, electricity and gas, inclosure, ferries, harbours, markets, piers, ports, quays, railways, roads, reservoirs, rivers, subways, trams, tunnels, turnpikes and waterworks, anywhere in the United Kingdom 1767 book Ireland.
This cluster of parishes had a Catholic population 1767 book nearly in Also, in that year, a treasonable offence resulting in death was committed by anyone converting to Catholicism or attempting to 1767 book others to the religion.
Hence, after two centuries of repression, when Roman Catholicism was at its lowest ebb in England, there were still about RCs known to the authorities in Oxfordshire. This will serve as the foundation for the next two posts looking at the descendants of two of the sons, William and John.
Most conforming gentry did not invoke anti-Catholic legislation against their recusant neighbours, who were not only their peers but also often their relatives. Those prior to are listed in the printed Calendars mentioned above.
An official Return of the name of every Member of the Lower House of Parliament [not in FHL] providing their names and constituencies taken from the original writs and returns now at The National Archives was issued as a Parliamentary Paper in two parts, each consisting of one volume of text and one of index, in Recusants had to pay double and were therefore to be clearly identified.
Further files came from the former right of peers to be tried by their fellow peers, a right last exercised by Lord de Clifford inand since abolished. The names of those who refused to sign or evaded are also given. This index is not available online. A complete set for is in the House of Lords Archive.
Some care is also needed in referring to the consolidated Oxfordshire List of Recusants in respect of the entries for Witney.Returns of Papists Volume 1 Diocese of Chester by Worrall, E.
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Ask Question Asked 7 years, 6 months ago. For this cause have I said that the Papists make boast of a dead carcass instead of the lively body of Christ, because, though they have 1767 book the doctrine of the gospel, (which is the true soul of the Church, and which duly doth quicken the same,) yet they do greatly.
Crumbleholme / Returns to papists Family History. Search this site. Home. Introduction. Outline Timeline & Descent Tree 1767 book Returns Returns of Papists - Royalist Composition Papers It is therefore very likely that he acquired a Book of Hours at Whalley and this was used between and to record births and marriages.Sep 16, · My totals pdf andbased on the Returns of Papists pdf 1 and 2 respectively) in the Diocesan Archives at Salisbury, differ slightly from those printed in V.C.H.
Wilts., III, p. 96 (Table A). The latter has “no return” for Stourton in but allows an estimated hundred papists in calculating the galisend.com by: 1.Returns of papists, / transcribed under the direction of E. S. Worrall. Other Authors. Worrall, E. S. (Edward S.) Great Britain.
Parliament. House of Lords Catholic Record Society (Great Britain) Book; Illustrated English Rev Dr Leo Kelly Library. Open to the public.Title: Returns of Papists, Dioceses ebook England and Wales, except Chester Catholic Record Society: Occasional Publication Ebook 2 of Returns of Papists,Edward S.
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