churchwardens" accounts of the parish of St. Nicholas, Warwick, 1547-1621
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churchwardens" accounts of the parish of St. Nicholas, Warwick, 1547-1621

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Published by Henry T. Cooke and Son in Warwick .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • St. Nicholas (Church : Warwick).

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Edition Notes

Statementtranscribed and edited by Richard Savage.
ContributionsSavage, Richard.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14826702M

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Churchwardens’ Accounts of St Mary at Hill, London, , in: Henry Littlehales (ed.), The Medieval Records of aLondon City Church (St. Mary at Hill) A.D. , Early English Text Society, original series (), [excerpts featured on ‘Florilegium Urbanum’; full transcription together with copious other records from the parish on British History Online]. [email protected] Steve is one of two churchwardens at St Nicholas and his main responsibilities for the PCC centre around maintaining the fabric of the church. Read Biography. Whilst he is not listed in any of the parish collections itemised in the churchwardens’ accounts, he is listed in the Great Dunmow’s Lay Subsidy returns.(4) Moreover, a Roberd Parnell is also detailed in John Bermyshe’s will as living in one of Bermyshe’s houses in Great Dunmow.(5) Robert Parnell was a resident of Great Dunmow.   Decorated page from the Churchwardens account book of St Botolph, Aldgate, Parish records. Jeff Gerhardt. Documenting the milestones and the regularities of life at individual and local level, parish archives capture not only births and deaths but also expenditure, office-holding of various kinds, the resolution of disputes and.

St Nicholas Church is a vibrant, friendly place of worship & community situated at the heart of the historic town of Warwick, opposite Warwick Castle. Plomer (ed.), The churchwardens' accounts of St Nicholas, Strood (Kent Archaeological So-ciety Records Branch, v ); H. J. F. Swayne (ed.), Churchwardens'accounts of St Edmunds and St Thomas, Sarum, (Wiltshire Record Society, I). 6 In Suffolk alone, there are forty-three sets of churchwardens' accounts for the sixteenth and. St Nicholas Church is a friendly place of worship & communit y situated at the heart of the historic town of Warwick, opposite one of the gates to Warwick Castle and adjacent to the attractive St Nicholas Park.. We are a friendly church which seeks to welcome . The skills of qualified conservationists have restored the important and fragile books of vestry minutes from which record events in the life of the church and Chiswick; also held are Churchwardens’ Rates and Accounts from which list local ratepayers, the money they paid to support the parish and who and what it was spent on.