3 edition of Register of John Waltham, Bishop of Salisbury 1388-1395 (Canterbury & York Society) found in the catalog.
August 30, 1994 by Canterbury & York Society .
Written in English
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bishop of Salisbury in return for the foundation of the prebendary of Ogbourne register. Religious Life. Reg. Waltham, John Conge, rector –13, was referred to as ‘chaplain’ and appointed an executor in the will of John Oky, rector of Brixton Deverill –11, and again at . The register ofJohn Waltham, bishop of Salisbury and Treasurer of England from to his death in , is edited here in full. CS.C. University ofSan Francisco Conciliarism and Papalism. Edited byJ. H. Burns and Thomas M. Izbicki. (New York: Cambridge University Press. Pp. xxxiii, $ hardcover; $ paperback.)Author: Christopher M. Bellitto. Census records [edit | edit source]. Census records from to are available online. For access, see England Census Records and Indexes records from to are also available on film through a Family History Center or at the Family History Library. Genealogy profile for George Moberly, Bishop of Salisbury. Genealogy for George Moberly, Bishop of Salisbury ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions.
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by T.C.B. Timmins (Editor)Format: Hardcover. This entry is an excerpt from the judgment of John Waltham, bishop of Salisbury (–95), on William Rammesbury of the parish of Sonning (a village north-east of Reading) for m confessed to impersonating a priest and ‘celebrating’ mass in.
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John Waltham (or John de Waltham) was a priest and high-ranking government official in England in the 14th century. He held a number of ecclesiastical and civic positions during the reigns of King Edward III and Richard II, eventually rising to become Lord High Treasurer, Lord Privy Seal of England and Bishop of is buried in Westminster Abbey, essor: Ralph Ergham.
The appendices present the evidence about places of worship omitted, and contain facsimiles of the census forms.T.C.B. TIMMINS has prepared editions of two volumes of church registers: of John Chandler, Dean of Salisbury,and John Waltham, Bishop of Salisbury, The register of John Kirkby, Bishop of Carlisle, ; and, the register of John Ross, bishop of Carlisle, Vol.
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Events. Date Event Title; 13 Jul Appointed: Bishop of Salisbury, England, Great Britain: 20 Sep Ordained Bishop: Bishop of Salisbury, England, Great Britain: 17 Sep Died: Bishop of Salisbury, England, Great Britain: MicroData Summary for John de Occupation: Bishop.
Register of John Waltham, Bishop of Salisbury: Wiltshire and Swindon Archives: D1/2/5:Berkshire, Sonning. Churchwardens' Presentments. Wiltshire and Swindon Archives: D5/28/4 [sheet 9] Bishop's Act Book: Wiltshire and Swindon Archives: D1/42/Berkshire, Unton of Wadley.
Inventory of Sir Henry Unton. Record Office of. page 33 note b John de Waltham, bishop of Salisbury, — page 33 note c See note c on page page 33 note d Adam de Lymburgh, prebendary of Sexaginta Solidorum and perhaps of Leicester St.
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For a detailed abstract of the proceedings against Ramsbury, see The Register of John Waltham, Bishop of Salisbury –, ed. Timmins (Canterbury and York Society, 80; Woodbridge, ), pp. –Author: Richard Rex.
The Register of John Waltham, Bishop of Salisbury –, vol. 80 Canterbury and York Society (Suffolk: Boydell Press, ), p. The edition gives English synopses of the original mandates.
At that time England was suffering with a heat wave. Google ScholarCited by: 1. The register of John Kirkby, bishop of Carlisle – and the register of John Ross, bishop of Carlisle – 2 vols.
Edited by R. Storey. (Canterbury and York Society, 79, ) Pp Author: Martin Heale. InWaynflete became headmaster of Winchester College, a position which he held until During this time, Waynflete was appointed by Bishop Beaufort to the mastership of St Mary Magdalen's Hospital, a leper hospital on St Giles Hill, just outside the city of Winchester.
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WALTHAM, BISHOP'S (St. Peter), a market town and parish in the union of Droxford, hundred of Bishop's-Waltham, Droxford and N. divisions of the county of Southampton, 10 miles (E.
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An indulgence is a remission of temporal penalty for sin granted by a bishop of the who in turn subleased the wearisome legwork to subcollectors.5 Bishop John Waltham of Salisbury probably referred to lay pardoners when he insisted to The Register of John Waltham, Bishop of SalisburyCanterbury and York Society Publication.
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Paul's and in the church of Tottenham for the souls of Walden and his brother and his wife Idonea, as well as those of John de Waltham, bishop of Salisbury, his predecessor as treasurer, and of Richard II and his queen (Newcourt, i. ). It is.