2 edition of humble petition of William Castell, Parson of Courteenhall, in Northamptonshire found in the catalog.
humble petition of William Castell, Parson of Courteenhall, in Northamptonshire
William John Monson, 6th Baron Monson of Burton was born on 14 May at Lincolnshire, England. 1,2 He was the son of Colonel Hon. William Monson and Anne Debonnaire. 3 He married Eliza Larken, daughter of Edmund Larken and Anne Greaves, on 8 May at St. Giles in the Fields, County Durham, England. 1,2 He died on 17 December at age 1. Parish records contain many surprising details, such as long lists of small sums of money paid for dead sparrows and hedgehogs. These animals were thought of as pests. People had the idea that hedgehogs would drink the milk from cows and that sparrows would eat the crops, so the parish would pay the poor, or children, to catch them.
Northamptonshire, England Online Genealogy Records This chart shows links to countrywide collections. To find links to collections for lower jurisdictions (such as a county, town, or parish), go to Locating Online Databases. , , and can be searched free of charge at your local family history center or the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, y: Maps. The Humble Petition and Advice. [ Scobell, ii. See Masson's Life of Milton, v] To his Highness the Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland, and the dominions thereto belonging; the Humble Petition and Advice of the Knights, Citizens and Burgesses now assembled in the Parliament of this Commonwealth.
William the Conqueror made Simon de St. Liz the first Norman Earl of Northampton, and he is now well known in the town for building the Castle. It is more than likely there was some sort of Saxon or Danish fortification in place on the site prior to the building of the Castle. Shoemaker & Missionary BY GEORGE SMITH C.I.E., LL.D. FIRST ISSUE OF THIS EDITION REPRINTED , In Mr. John Marshman, after his final return to .
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The humble Petition of WILLIAM CASTELL, Parson of Courtenhall in Northamptonshire, for the propogating of the Gospell in America. AN ORDINANCE Of.
The petition was signed by William Castell, Parson of Courteenhall in Northamptonshire, along with Parson of Courteenhall other English Divines and six Scottish ones.
The reprint credits Philip Doddridge with delivering a missionary sermon in Northamptonshire in and notes that William Carey, "a humble shoemaker turned Nonconformist pastor," devised a scheme similar to what Doddridge had offered.
The Wake family have been in South Northamptonshire since the thirteenth century, and at Courteenhall since Four generations of the family live and work on the Estate now. Courteenhall is a vibrant business and a way of life for those who live there and is mentioned in the Domesday book.
Courteenhall, a parish in Northamptonshire, adjacent to the L. & N.W.R. and the Grand Junction Canal, 1¼ mile NE of Roade railway station, and 5 S of Northampton.
Post town, Northampton; money order and telegraph office, Roade. Acreage, ; population, The manor, with Courteenhall House, belongs to the Wake family. Limestone is found. The humble petition of John Wagstaff, gent. Inhabitant of the county of Warwick () A true catalogue, or, An account of the several places and most eminent persons in the three nations, and elsewhere, where, and by whom Richard Cromwell was proclaimed Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland, and by: Courteenhall had a staunch puritan rector in William Castell who was presented to the church in When Commissioners came to visit the church in and complained of the rails of the communion table, Castell refused to allow any alterations, 'saying there should be no new tricks put upon him, and that he could live as well in New England.
‘Courteenhall is a remarkably perfect and rather unusual example of the mid-sized Georgian house of the last decade of the C Since it was completed no change of significance has been made.’ 4 The seat of the Wake family, this house and estate has passed directly from father to son, the present head of the family being Sir Hereward Wake, 14th baronet, who turns later this year.
The overseer of his will (dated ) was the radical godly leader Robert Welford of Earl's Barton, who in had been accused of supporting the Brownist William Hackett, and who had been presented for gadding as late as E.A. Irons, ‘A calendar of a court book’, Northamptonshire Notes and Queries, new series, III (), p.
Having been a village of only 60 houses in the reign of the Confessor, by the time of the Domesday Book, Northampton had grown to houses, of which well over half were in the hands of the royal family, the King alone owning Northamptonshire was predominantly rural and agrarian.
Its chief industry was the manufacture of boots and shoes, centred around Northampton, Kettering, Daventry, Towcester, Higham Ferrers and Wellingborough, although there were also some small-scale silk weaving, lace making and wool spinning enterprises.1 Politically the county was notable for its unusually large number of resident aristocrats.
Cromwell was in power, and had himself planned a Protestant Propaganda, so to the Long Parliament William Castell, “parson of Courteenhall,” sent a petition which, with the “Eliot Tracts,” resulted in an ordinance creating the Corporation for the Promoting and Propagating the Gospel of.
Cromwell was in power, and had himself planned a Protestant Propaganda, so to the Long Parliament William Castell, "parson of Courteenhall," sent a petition which, with the "Eliot Tracts," resulted in an ordinance creating the Corporation for the Promoting and Propagating the Gospel of.
Edited by L F Salzman. Covers the parishes in the hundreds of Hamfordshoe, Higham Ferrers, Orlingbury, Spelhoe and Wymersley, in the central part of the county.
It includes an account of the parish of Wellingborough. Victoria County History - Northamptonshire. Citations  BP volume 1, page See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as.
[S37]  Oliver Wilson, "re: Babington Family," e-mail message to Darryl Roger LUNDY (), 31 July Hereinafter cited as "re: Babington Family.".
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Northamptonshire, England, Church of England Baptisms, The Humble Petition and Advice () provide against, and not to leave a people, whose common peace and interest you are intrusted with, in such a condition as may hazard both, especially in this conjuncture, when there seems, to be an opportunity of coming to a settlement upon just and legal foundations: upon theseFile Size: 65KB.
To the honourable the Commons House of England. The humble petition and representation of the officers and souldiers of the garrisons of Portsmouth, Southsea Castle, Southton, Hurst Castle, Poole and Brownsea Castle, Weymouth, the castles, forts and forces in the Isle of Wight, and the garrison of Malmsbury, together with many thousand publique spirited persons of those places and parts adjacent.
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The humble petition of the Lords and Commons in Parliament to the King.: For leave to remove the magazine at Hull to the Tower of London: and also to take off the reprieve of the six condemned priests now in Newgate.
Together with his Maiesties answer thereunto. [England and Wales. Parliament.; England and Wales.Marriages from to are indexed in Northamptonshire Marriage Index Pre (2nd ed.).FHL British CD-ROM no. ; publisher's bookstore. Census records [edit | edit source].
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