7 edition of Index of cases in the records of the Court of Arches at Lambeth Palace Library, 1660-1913 found in the catalog.
Index of cases in the records of the Court of Arches at Lambeth Palace Library, 1660-1913
Lambeth Palace Library.
|Statement||edited by Jane Houston.|
|Series||Index library ;, 85|
|Contributions||Houston, Jane, ed., Canterbury, Eng. (Province). Court of Arches.|
|LC Classifications||CS434 .B7 vol. 85, KD8639 .B7 vol. 85|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 624 p.|
|Number of Pages||624|
|LC Control Number||74160112|
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Lambeth Palace is the London seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury and the records centre for the Church of England. Thus its focus and strength as an archive is post-Reformation documentation relating to the church and ergo is a critical repository of material on early modern England and its neighbours. With this in mind, it. Provincial Court. The Court of Arches is the provincial Court of Appeal for Canterbury. It has both appellate and original is presided over by the Dean of the Arches, who is styled The Right Honourable and Right Worshipful the Official Principal and Dean of the dean must be a barrister of ten years' High Court standing or the holder or former holder of .
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Further information is available in: Houston, J. (ed.) Index of Cases in the Records of the Court of Arches at Lambeth Palace Library (Index Library, vol. 85, ). The data is also available in the online catalogue.
Explore the world’s largest collection of free family trees, genealogy records and resources. FamilySearch Catalog: Index of cases in the records of the Court of Arches at Lambeth Palace Library, — Lambeth Palace Library. Index of cases in the records of the Court of Arches at Lambeth Palace Library, Chichester, Phillimore for the British Record Society, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jane Houston; Lambeth Palace Library.; Court of Arches (Church of England).
Microfilm of original records in the Lambeth Palace Library, London. The Court of Arches was the court of appeal for civil cases of the consistory courts of the dioceses of the province of Canterbury. Untilit included the province of York. The Court of Arches dealt with four main types of cases: 1.
Index of cases in the records of the Court of Arches at Lambeth Palace Library- J. Houston, ed. [British Record Society, Index Library, Volume 85] The Toronto Reference Library has a copy of this volume and from this I have extracted Devon names for which there is a reference to either a legacy or a will.
Houston (ed.), 'Index of cases in the records of the Court of Arches at Lambeth Palace Library ' (Index Library, vol. 85, ). This lis cases for that period in Index of cases in the records of the Court of Arches at Lambeth Palace Library order of first plaintiff, and allocated a case number to each case in addition to the document references.
The manuscripts, pre printed books and pamphlets of Sion College Library which were transferred to Lambeth Palace Library in Sion Provenance Project Sion Provenance Project The Sion College Library provenance project showcases provenance evidence from the collections of Sion College Library, now held at Lambeth Palace Library.
Lambeth Palace Library has separate online catalogues for its collections of printed books, and archives and manuscripts. The online printed books catalogue includes overitems held by the Library, including the entire collections of printed books, prints and periodicals.
It does not generally contain records for the Sion College collections, for which card catalogues are. An overview of the sources held at Lambeth Palace Library for family history and genealogy, although the Library is unlikely to be the best starting point for such research.
The Library holds a small amount of marriage records, principally bonds and allegations relating to those married by licence issued under the Archbishop of Canterbury, and. page note 2 Law quotes Oughton as saying that the Processes of the Court of Arches issued before the vacancy remained in force.
(Law, Forms, 8, n. 7.)But the death of William Juxon, archbishop of Canterbury, on 4 Junecaused numerous requests for the reissue of documents: e.g., Act Book, –3, f.
; 15 Juneletters to the archbishop of Dublin. From tothe registers are the principal record of the Archbishop's administration. After the Restoration the registers were superseded in importance by the Archbishops' Act Books, part of the Vicar General archive.
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Section EEE. Depositions. [Court of Arches (Church of England); Lambeth Palace Library.] -- Consists of depositions from Part of a set reproducing the records of cases of the ecclesiastical court of appeals for southern England and Wales from to modern times. In January a project (funded by the Friends of Lambeth Palace Library) was begun to catalogue documents in the archive of the Court of Arches, the court of appeal of the Province of Canterbury, which are missing from the index published in The project focuses on class E: libels, articles, allegations and interrogatories.
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Library. Within the palace precincts is Lambeth Palace Library, the official library of the Archbishop of Canterbury, and the principal repository of records of the Church of was founded as a public library by Archbishop Richard Bancroft in It contains a vast collection of material relating to ecclesiastical history, including archbishops' and bishops' archives and.
With the generous support of the Friends of Lambeth Palace Library, a project to enhance access to two key series in the archive of the Court of Arches has been successfully completed.
The two series are Ee (personal answers by plaintiffs and defendants to allegations), and Eee (testimony from witnesses), spanning the years They reflect. The following published index found in the publications of the List and Index Society covers court cases in this court from which includes probate records for the above-mentioned three City of London parishes: Indexof cases in the records of the Court of Arches at Lambeth Palace Library, The Lambeth Palace Library Blog.
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