4 edition of Early Nonconformity in Leicestershire. found in the catalog.
Published 1963 by Administrator in Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society
Reprinted from the transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society, Vol. xxxvii, 1961-2.
|Statement||Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society|
|Publishers||Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 140 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
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On the north-east boundary of the township, Kibworth Hall, a square Georgian mansion standing in an extensive park, was probably built c.
Google has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. Seven pairs of Council houses stand in Larchwood Rise, at the east end of the village. In 1896 the charity was reported lost. had a bastard child or one conceived before wedlock. A list of all articles published in Catholic Ancestor can be obtained from the secretary of the Catholic FHS which publishes it.
The manor was acquired by John Berridge, before 1632, and seems to have been held by his relatives until 1660. Not all of the Huguenot refugees, or the record keepers in England, can be expected to have sorted these out or bothered to change their birthdays! 1844Francis Islip d. The existence of large windows on the top floor suggests that at some period it was adapted for the use of framework-knitters.
Piped water was first supplied in 1890. 1760 as 'wellproportioned and finished with a modern semi circular top'.
The Congregational Magazine [formerly The London Christian instructor for 1827: pages 681 to 721, Supplement to the Congregational Magazine for the year 1827 - Congregational Churches of the United Kingdom. Quakers appeared frequently in the Quarter Sessions records with other Nonconformists during times of persecution.
The market and one fair had been discontinued by the end of the 18th century, but one annual fair remained, and was noted for the sale of brass, pewter and toys. Other include The London Recusant, and Catholic Archives Early Nonconformity in Leicestershire. the CAS which describes archival collections useful for Catholic research, mainly ones in England but some also in Ireland. Early Nonconformity in Leicestershire.
Sheldon Dudley ASHBY eldest daughter of Thomas and Caroline ASHBY. KNOSSINGTON Knossington lies on the borders of Rutland, nine miles south-east of Melton Mowbray and four miles west of Oakham.
Subsequently the church was allowed to decay completely.
was to be distributed in bread and the remainder applied to education.