2 edition of registers of the Archbishops of York found in the catalog.
registers of the Archbishops of York
Thompson, A. Hamilton
Reprinted from the Yorkshire Archaeological Society"s Journal, Part 127, vol. 32
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Alexandrina Buchanan, A Guide to Archival Accessions at The Borthwick Institute (PDF, 8,kb) (Borthwick List and In University of York, ) Since , information about new accessions to the archive has been submitted on a yearly basis to The National Archives. William Melton (died 5 April ) was the 43rd Archbishop of York (–). Work and legacy. 5 Further reading. Melton was the son of Nicholas of Melton, and the brother of Henry de Melton, and John Melton. He was born in Melton in the parish of Welton, about nine miles from Kingston upon Hull. He was a contemporary of John Hotham Buried: York Minster.
The Society was founded in The genealogist and publisher W.P.W. Phillimore was prominent in its establishment. Its name was taken from those of the two provinces of the Church of England, Canterbury and York; and its joint presidents are the two current Archbishops of Canterbury and York. Get this from a library! The register of John Le Romeyn, lord archbishop of York, . [William Brown; York (Providence). Archbishop, (John Romanus); York (Providence). Archbishop, (Henry of Newark)].
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York's Archbishops Registers Revealed provides free access to o images of Registers produced by the Archbishops of York,in addition to a growing searchable index of names, subjects, places and organisations. The registers are a valuable, and in many cases, unexploited source for ecclesiastical, political, social, local and family history - covering periods of war, famine.
Abp Reg: Archbishops' Rolls and Registers (including sede vacante registers) Abp Reg 1A Abp Reg 1A: Walter de Gray () Major roll Abp Reg 1B Abp Reg 1B: Walter de Gray () Minor roll Regis f. 44v. Note: Perhaps the same as John de Esheton, payee of Archbishop of York inand Perhaps the same as John de Essheton, yeoman of Master John de Nassington, official of York, in Note: Presumably from Aslackby, Lincs.
This is presumably the same man as the 'Alan de Aslaghby' appointed as. The Register, Or Rolls, of Walter Gray, Lord Archbishop of York: lord archbishop of York. With by James Raine, York, Eng.
(Province). Archbishop ( Walter Gray). The York Registers, handwritten on o individual parchment folios, are one of the earliest,largest and longest locally-produced series of archives from the medieval and early modern periods. Starting fifty years before corresponding examples for the Archbishops of Canterbury, they are unparalleled in Europe.
The current Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu is the 97th Archbishop to have served the church in the Northern Province, the first being Paulinus, from AD. A list of all Archbishops of York since - Paulinus.
- Chad (Ceadda) - Wilfrid I (St. Wilfrid) - John (St. John of Beverley) - Wilfrid II. Archbishop's Chancery-- Definition: • Archbishop's Chancery – The Archbishop’s Chancery was the personal court of the archbishop of York to which selected cases were referred from other courts, and to which certain matters were reserved for the bishop's personal attention.
Such matters include heresy, perjury, usury, dilapidations. Morston, Giles, flServant or Donzel of Archbishop of York: Show Details Mortemart, Peter, dTreasurer of York: Show Details. Morton, Brother, Alan, flPrior of Marton.
Giffard, Walter, cArchbishop of York Show Details Family Name: Giffard Given Name: Walter Dates: c Dates of Office: Epithet: Archbishop of York Related Authority. People. Viewing only indexed people: View all people. A | B | C Cleterne, Master, William, flClerk; Proctor of the archbishop of York at the Papal Curia: Show Details Cliffe, George, d cCanon of the 12th Prebend, Durham Cathedral.
The archbishops’ registers record the business and formal acts of the archbishop of York. The registers document the government of the Church, the management and staffing of parishes, and the Church’s oversight and regulation of the moral and spiritual conduct of the people of Yorkshire, Northern England and beyond.
The register of Archbishop William Melton is one of the largest and most comprehensive to survive. Its backbone is the institution of clergy and licences to them, papal provisions and ordination of vicars and chantries, but it also contains a wealth of material for social : Hardcover.
Archbishops of York Register of Walter Giffard, lord archbishop of York (A.D. ), ed. by William Brown ().Surtees Society vol. Copy Google Books Copy Register of William Wickwane, lord archbishop of York (A.D.
), ed. by William Brown ().Surtees Society vol. Copy Google Books Copy. The Register Of William Wickwane: Lord Archbishop Of York, [York, Eng. (Province). Archbishop ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Register Of William Wickwane: Lord Archbishop Of York, Format: Paperback. The Register of William Melton, Archbishop of York,V (Canterbury & York Society) Hardcover – Aug by T.C.B. Timmins (Editor) Book 4 of 6 in the Register of William Melton Series. See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price Format: Hardcover. A marginal note written in Latin and buried deep within one of the 16 heavy registers used by to record the business of the archbishops of York between and.
The register of Archbishop William Melton is one of the largest and most comprehensive to survive. Its backbone is the institution of clergy and licences to them, papal provisions and ordination of vicars and chantries, but it also contains a wealth of material for social history.
During the period it covers, the East Riding of Yorkshire was flourishing, and a number of entries in the register. York: York's Archbishops' Registers Revealed (Borthwick Institute for Archives, University of York) Digital images of the archbishops' registers () and institution act books ().
There are also searchable indexes of the registers forand (in progress). In a joint letter, Archbishops Justin Welby and John Sentamu said it was now necessary to put public services on hold until further notice. But they said that far from having to “shut up shop”, the Church of England must face the challenge by becoming a radically.
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The Register of John Morton, Archbishop of Canterbury II (Canterbury & York Format: Hardcover.The archbishop's throne (cathedra) is in York Minster in central York and the official residence is Bishopthorpe Palace in the village of Bishopthorpe outside York. The incumbent, from 5 Octoberis John Sentamu who signs as +Sentamu Ebor: (since both John and Sentamu are his forenames).Ecclesiastical province: York.
Launch of a digital goldmine: York’s Archbishops’ Registers online for first time. Posted on 3 March The University of York has launched a website that makes one of the most important collections of historical materials to survive in England today available online.