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Select XVI century causes in tithe from the York diocesan registry
Church of England. Diocese of York. Consistory Court.
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|Statement||edited by J. S. Purvis.|
|Series||Yorkshire Archaeological Society -- vol.114|
|Contributions||Purvis, J. S.|
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） Printed for the Society, Select XVI Century Causes in Tithe, ed. Purvis, Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Record Series (). A Series of Precedents and Proceedings in Criminal Causes, ed. Hale, William ().Cited by: Select XVI Century Causes in Tithe from the York Diocesan Registry (The Yorkshire Archaeology Society Record Series) (Volume ) Purvis, J.S.
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Alwin, King & Martyr. SELECT XVI CENTURY CAUSES IN TITHE from the York Diocesan Registry. £ When J.S Purvis published a short account of the Archbishop’s archive inhe entitled it, quite correctly, The Archives of York Diocesan Registry.
The records from the York Diocesan Registrar and his/her officials remain the core of the York Diocesan Archive, and further accessions of records from the Diocesan Registry to the Borthwick. 98 modern period also considered tithe disputes in the dioceses of Oxford, Worcester and Gloucester.6 The most recent work is that by W.J.
Sheils on tithe disputes from the York consistory court between and The fact that so little work has been done can be attributed to the lack of access to the records of the ecclesiastical courts.
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Since we have published the Yorkshire Archaeological Journal and other works dealing with the history and archaeology of. YAS Record Series Vol. Index of wills, administrations and probate acts, in the York Registry, toand also of the unregistered wills and the probate acts, August to July 31stand of the 're infecta' wills in bundles A and B Select XVI Century Causes ().
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The York Diocesan Registry in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries In the majority of the Archbishop’s records were moved from the old registry building in Minster Yard (where the Chapter records remained) to newly renovated rooms underneath the Minster Library on the west side of the south transept of the Minster.
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