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eBook Index Library of the Probate Records of the Courts of the Bishop and Archdeacon of Oxford: 1516-1732 v.1 (The Index library) (Vol 1) ePub

by Ernest Cheyne,D.M. Barratt

  • ISBN: 0901505099
  • Category: Writing Research and Publishing Guides
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: Ernest Cheyne,D.M. Barratt
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: The British Record Society; Revised edition (February 1981)
  • Pages: 352
  • ePub book: 1694 kb
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Oxford : Printed for the Oxford historical society. Issued in conjunction with the British record society"-p. Spine title: Berkshire wills, 1508-1652.

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1926); Hodgkinson, R. E. ‘Extracts from the act books of the archdeacons of Nottingham’, Trans, of the Thoroton Soc, vol. xxxi (1927), pp. 108–153); Emmison, F. ‘Abstract. of an act book of the archdeacon of Huntingdon's court’, Trans. page 99 note 2 For the history of the courts, see Bishop Stubbs' historical appendix to the report of the Royal Commission on Ecclesiastical Courts,, 1883, and Holdsworth, W. Hist, of English law, vol. i, pp. 580–634. cf. Frere and Kennedy, op. ci. esp. iii.

Index to the Probate Records of the Bishop and ARchdeacon of Oxford 1733–1857 and of the Oxford Peculiars 1547–1856. Barratt, Joan Howard-Drake and Mark Priddey (Oxfordshire Record Society, in association with the British Record Society, 1997). In addition the Eureka Partnership has published a series of five pamphlets listing persons named in Archdeaconry wills from 1762 to 1800 and in Diocesan Wills from 1774 to 1800.

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Probate Records of the Courts of the Bishop and Archdeacon of Oxford, 1733-1857 and of the Oxfordshire Peculiars, 1547-1856. Publisher:The British Record Society Limited.

Index to the Probate Records of the Courts of the Bishop and Archdeacon of Oxford, 1733-1857 and of the Oxfordshire Peculiars, 1547-1856.

Probate Records of the Courts of the Bishop and Archdeacon of Oxford 1516–1732, ed. Cheyne and D. .Calendar of the Court Books of the Borough of Witney 1538–1610, ed. J. L. Bolton and Marjorie M. Maslen (ORS 54). Witney Methodist Ch. deeds. Barratt (British Rec. Soc. 93–4, 1981–85). Deeds of Witney Methodist Church, 1652–1982, consulted by kind permission of the minister (1995).

MS index to clergy of Oxford diocese by . Oldfield in Oxfordshire Record Office. Barratt (eds), Probate Records of the Courts of the Bishop and Archdeacon of Oxford 1516–1732 (British Rec. Orr, Agriculture in Oxfordshire (Oxford, 1916). H. Salter (e., Cartulary of Oseney Abbey (OHS 89–91, 97–8, 101).

Format: Book; LOC call number: CS434. B7 . 8; Published: London : Phillimore for the British Record Society, 1976. Index Library (British Record Society). 228 p. : map ; 26 cm. Notes. Index library (British Record Society) ; 88. Technical Details.

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