2 edition of vestry minute-book of the parish of Stratford-on-Avon found in the catalog.
vestry minute-book of the parish of Stratford-on-Avon
Stratford-on-Avon (England : District)
|Statement||(Edited by George Arbuthnot).|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||158 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||158|
The next bell-related memorandum in the Vestry minute book is from “It was agreed upon yt there shalbe a leavy made for the gathering of [£10] vizt. [£5] for the Towne, and [£5] for the parish to cast three new belles.” In the bells were all re-hung, the . The next surviving Vestry Minute Book, P92/SAV/, commences in There are no surviving vestry minutes between and NOTE: Forenames and surnames are literatim. The accounting year for the parish began on 2 March each year. p /2 March 2 .
- Inventory in Vestry Minute Book: Bells in tower had fallen into disrepair, ‘We were cited to Worcester because the church and bells were out of order’ The church (not chancel) was in reasonable repair but ‘we have no land nor tenements save only a church house’. A great church bible of ‘last translation’. Dr Jewills works. The Vestry Minute-Book Parish of Stratford-on-Avon Canterbury Marriage Licenses, Vol.2, Joseph Meadows Cowper, pp 25, , , , , , , and The marriage licenses give their approximate ages at marriage.
Vestry Minute Book and Parish Council Minute Book. List of congregations with the name of the responsible Catechist or the person in charge. List of items of the church furniture and the equipment donated, with the name of the donor, date, etc. List of all Dispensations, Excommunications, Suspensions from and. Maintain typewritten minutes of all Parish and Vestry meetings in a loose leaf minute book having a durable cover. The minutes will be kept in the church office and available to Parishioners. ARTICLE VI. THE TREASURER. Section 1. Election.
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New York, AMS Press  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Church of the Holy Trinity, Stratford-upon-Avon. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed. Description: pages 23 cm. Vestry Minute Book of Stratford-on-Avon. The vestry minute-book of the parish of Stratford-on-Avon, from to A.D.
Parish records are usually thought of in terms of registers of baptisms, marriages and burials, but parishes also had responsibilities for significant elements of local administration.
Here we see one particular type of parochial record, namely a vestry minute book. Archive of the Month 01 May 18 The Strokestown (Bumlin) Vestry Book – By Alan Moran. While preparing a transcription of the Strokestown (Bumlin) Church of Ireland parish registers at the RCB Library, I looked into the vestry minute book for the period to for information on the building of St John’s church, the parish church located in the town of Strokestown and parish.
Vestry minute book Description: The minutes contain the regular transactions of parish business, covering the nomination of churchwardens, overseers, surveyors of the highway and waywardens, assessors and collectors; examining and passing the accounts. 45 The Vestry Minute Book Of The Parish Of Stratford-On-Avon, From To A.D - - pages 46 A Copy Of The Grand Levy-Book; Or, An Account Of All The Inhabitants, Who Pay, And Those Who Do Not Pay, The Poor's Rates, In Birmingham - - 81 pages.
The earliest surviving registers and vestry minute book were presented by the Revd Edward Mahon (/7–) on his appointment as vicar in Fortunately, they were retained in local custody and thereby escaped the disastrous destruction of the Public Record Office of Ireland in June Duties of the Vestry Clerk.
1 April Vestry Minute Book, iii, To attend all vestry meetings summoned by the churchwardens and make proper entries. To write all notices prepared by order of Vestry. To make the several Tax Books of the Parish at 8 shillings each, and for confirmations, signing and attendance, 8 shillings and 4 pence more.
Vestry Minute Book Description: Paper throughout the volume watermarked "JOSEPH COLES / " Includes [pp] Alphabetical index of families on poor relief, with brief biographical details, occupation/employment, numbers of children (and ages) etc., and amount of relief, n.d.
[c]. A Transcript of the Ancient VESTRY MINUTE-BOOK, in the \lth century, containing many of the names of Shakespeare's contemporaries, and descriptions of the con- dition of the Church at that time. This is sold for 5s.
on behalf of the Restoration Fund. Vestry minute book of Barking Parish, Object number. BD74/A/3. Date. – Extent. 1 bound volume.
Level. FILE. History. Barking Abbey was founded in the later part of the seventh century by St. Ethelburga. The earliest charter of the Abbey, relates to a gift of land being made by Hodilred, King of Essex.
Although all the. The Poor Rate Books and Parish Vestry Minutes are often overlooked, but can be quite useful for the family historian. They arose from the way that the parish was administered.
Until well into the 19th century, the Church of England parishes were the main organisational unit for local government. Vestry Meeting Minute Book; Parish Council Minute Book (where applicable) These records should be kept, free from danger of fire, damp, or theft.
It is preferable that they not be kept in the rectory or a private home. Where historic documents and registers are no longer used they may be placed in the Diocesan Archives.
The vestry book actually runs all the way up tobut for the purposes of the online presentation the content up to is available for perusal to a worldwide audience.
Cover of Killoughter Parish, vestry book (© RCB Library) The records of the vestry meetings include the names of those who held the principal vestry offices. The parish vestry minute book, dating back tois temporarily out of the church safe.
The annual vestry appointed parish officers and originally dealt with the poor law rate. The book mentions some names and occupations, early on - main use being, I suppose, to see whether individuals were still alive at particular date.
Record of the vestry meetings of Christ Church, Newport Parish, from 18 Apr. to 31 Dec. Family History Library Suffolk Parish vestry book,Nansemond County, Virginia, and Newport Parish vestry book,Isle of Wight County, Virginia Family History Library.
The parish chest, the historical resting place for parochial documents, normally kept in either the church itself or the vestry room, contains the administrative papers of the parish.
These include vestry minute books, overseer’s records, churchwarden’s accounts and a variety of other records relating to the running of the parish and its.Accession - Vestry book, 7 July May Following the vestry minutes are records of Overseers of the Poor, (pages ).
Also available on .This fonds consists of a minute book which records the proceedings of Bangor parish vestry meetings from 12 September to 27 May Its entries record the usual vestry business such as appointment of various officers under vestry control, such as constables, overseers of the poor, highway surveyors etc and the business of highway maintenance.