Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of Lancaster and Chester, المجلد 18

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Chetham Society., 1890
 

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الصفحة 769 - God and to hold your name and memory in veneration. And now for the reasons above mentioned we the said John Ranicars, John Prescott, James Cheetham, Peter Worthington, Jonathan Thomason, John Marsh, Feoffees and Trustees, and we the said inhabitants become humble and unanimous suitors to your Lordship, as God's minister, the Bishop and Ordinary of this Diocese, to accept of this our freewill offering, and to Decree this Chappell and Chappell yard to be severed from all common and prophane uses,...
الصفحة 769 - Cemetery or burying place ought to be ; and we will (as occasion shall require) procure us some sufficient Clerke, being in Holy Orders, by your Lordship as Ordinary of this place, and by your successors, to be admitted and licensed, and to him to yield competent maintenance, to the end that he may take upon him the cure of the said Chappell, and duly say Divine Service in the same at times appointed, and perform all other such offices and duties as by the Canons of the Church and laws of the realm...
الصفحة 695 - William returning from the wars came in a palmer's habett amongst the poor to Haghe, who when she saw and congetringe that he favoured her former husband, wept, for which the Knight chastised her, at which Sir William went and made himself known to his tenants; in which space the Knight fled but...
الصفحة 695 - Welch knight. Sir William retorninge from the wares came in a palmer's habit amongst the poore to Haghe. Who when she saw and congetringe that he favoured her former husband wept, for which the knight...
الصفحة 720 - Paul during his voyage to Rome, " There stood by me this night the angel of God
الصفحة 690 - Of the fifteen shields here described four (numbers i, 7, 13, and 14) commemorate the family of Bradshaw, or Bradshaigh as the name was frequently written, of Haigh Hall. The pedigree entered in 1567 gives the crest as " On a mount vert, a buck at "gaze, proper, under a vine vert," and the arms are differenced by a crescent. Every reader of Roby's Traditions of Lancashire is familiar with the romantic story of the Lady Mabel Bradshaw and her two husbands, and every one who visits Wigan Church is...
الصفحة 694 - ... Chantry. To all sons of holy mother church... William Chamber, of Aldwincle, in the county of Northampton, health.... ...I make known to you all by these presents that I... have given... to Sir John Seliman, chaplain, for his maintenance and that of his successors... celebrating divine service every day at the altar of St Mary the Virgin, in the parish church of All Saints... for all the souls aforesaid for ever my manor of Armeston [and other property]. That this ordinance may endure for ever...
الصفحة 743 - J Esq., that where King Henry VIII. was seised in his dei Mary. mesne as of fee of the parsonage of Chyldwall [Childwall] in the county of Lancaster, lately belonging to the dissolved Priory of St. Thomas the Martyr of Holland in the said county, and now belonging to the Duchy of Lancaster : and his Majesty being so seised by indenture made between himself of the one part and plaintiff on the other, dated 10 July, 29 Henry VIII. [1537], demised to plaintiff the said parsonage and all the tithe barns,...
الصفحة 765 - Independant and saith that not long after the said Mr. Whalley was got into possession of the said Chappell to wit upon Sunday the fifth of November 1691 he this Deponent (being then one of the Churchwardens of Wigan) brought a book of Common Prayer to the said Mr. Whalley and delivered the same in the Chappell unto him to be by him read in the said Chappell...
الصفحة 691 - ... deeds and by armorial seals. The eagle quartered by Langton of the Lowe was ascribed to an imaginary family named Lowe at some date, and this error has been perpetuated in various ways. A green eagle was granted to Lowe of Westminster in 1694, probably on account of this fictitious traditional coat. 3. Gerard of Ince, a younger son of Gerard of the Bryn, about the reign of Henry IV., married the heiress of the Inces of Ince whose arms appear in numbers 8 and 15. The Gerards of Ince do not seem...

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