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The Patrington Registers, as here printed, are contained in two Volumes, the first of which is on the whole in very good condition, being strongly bound in vellum, and measures 19 inches in length by 7 1/4 inches in breadth. It contains 168 pages of parchment, on which entries are written of Marriages, Baptisms, or Births, and Burials, with 12 pages containing an undated Terrier, and notices of the erection or transfer of pews or seats in the Church.
The entries commence with a Transcript, the writing of which is somewhat faded, of the Marriages, Christenings, and Burials from 1570 to 1598, each page of which is signed by the Vicar and Curate, and four Churchwardens. The entries in this Transcript are for the most part in Latin, but English words are often inserted, as for example the usual form of a marriage entry is "Edward Warde and Agnes Jackson nupti fuere." In the entries of Christenings the form "babtizatus" is universally employed. In the Burial entries the Christian name and sex or condition of the person buried is frequently given in English, while the remainder of the entry is in Latin, e.g., "Isabel Tock singlewoman mort obiit;" "Richard Hewyt cordiner mort obiit." In 1599 entries commence apparently in the handwriting of the Rector, Humfray Hall, whose Incumbency extended from 1581 to 1626, and whose signature repeatedly occurs, together with the signatures or marks of his Churchwardens, as attesting the correctness of the entries. His entries commence in Latin, "Ellin Pinckney vidua mortua et sepulta est," but very soon are given entirely in English. In the early part of the Incumbency of Francis Corbett, who was Rector from 1627 to 1651, the entries are in English and are written in a very illiterate handwriting, but from 1634 to 1651 they are written in scholarly Latin, perhaps by the Rector himself, with the addition in the case of most of the Burials of some title to designate the condition or profession of the person buried. In this part of the Register we come across unusual terms such as rotifex (wheelwright), chirothicarius (glover), faber lignarius (carpenter), pictor (painter), famulus sacrorum (parish clerk), senex innupta (old maid); and notes with regard to the number carried off, or supposed to be carried off, by the plague.
From 1653 to 1660 the Registers were by Act of Parliament taken out of the custody of the Clergy, and in Patrington were placed successively in the charge of most shamefully illiterate men, John Shieldes and William Story, who were in succession elected "Regesters" of the Parish, and authorised to publish Banns of Marriage at the Market Cross on three successive market days; or in the Parish Church on three successive Sundays. The spelling of the names and designations of the persons, with regard to whom entries are made, is during this period outrageous, including such forms as "singellwomon," "carpinter," "saurwant," "Margrit," "Marmaduck."
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Szczegóły: The Registers of Patrington, York, 1570-1731, Vol. 6 (Classic Reprint) - Patrington England

Tytuł: The Registers of Patrington, York, 1570-1731, Vol. 6 (Classic Reprint)
Autor: Patrington England
Wydawnictwo: FB &c Ltd
ISBN: 9781331957768
Języki: angielski
Rok wydania: 2015
Ilość stron: 240
Format: 15.2x22.9cm
Oprawa: Miękka


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The Patrington Registers, as here printed, are contained in two Volumes, the first of which is on the whole in very good condition, being strongly bound in vellum, and measures 19 inches in length by 7 1/4 inches in breadth. It contains 168 pages of parchment, on which entries are written of Marriages, Baptisms, or Births, and Burials, with 12 pages containing an undated Terrier, and notices of the erection or transfer of pews or seats in the Church.
The entries commence with a Transcript, the writing of which is somewhat faded, of the Marriages, Christenings, and Burials from 1570 to 1598, each page of which is signed by the Vicar and Curate, and four Churchwardens. The entries in this Transcript are for the most part in Latin, but English words are often inserted, as for example the usual form of a marriage entry is "Edward Warde and Agnes Jackson nupti fuere." In the entries of Christenings the form "babtizatus" is universally employed. In the Burial entries the Christian name and sex or condition of the person buried is frequently given in English, while the remainder of the entry is in Latin, e.g., "Isabel Tock singlewoman mort obiit;" "Richard Hewyt cordiner mort obiit." In 1599 entries commence apparently in the handwriting of the Rector, Humfray Hall, whose Incumbency extended from 1581 to 1626, and whose signature repeatedly occurs, together with the signatures or marks of his Churchwardens, as attesting the correctness of the entries. His entries commence in Latin, "Ellin Pinckney vidua mortua et sepulta est," but very soon are given entirely in English. In the early part of the Incumbency of Francis Corbett, who was Rector from 1627 to 1651, the entries are in English and are written in a very illiterate handwriting, but from 1634 to 1651 they are written in scholarly Latin, perhaps by the Rector himself, with the addition in the case of most of the Burials of some title to designate the condition or profession of the person buried. In this part of the Register we come across unusual terms such as rotifex (wheelwright), chirothicarius (glover), faber lignarius (carpenter), pictor (painter), famulus sacrorum (parish clerk), senex innupta (old maid); and notes with regard to the number carried off, or supposed to be carried off, by the plague.
From 1653 to 1660 the Registers were by Act of Parliament taken out of the custody of the Clergy, and in Patrington were placed successively in the charge of most shamefully illiterate men, John Shieldes and William Story, who were in succession elected "Regesters" of the Parish, and authorised to publish Banns of Marriage at the Market Cross on three successive market days; or in the Parish Church on three successive Sundays. The spelling of the names and designations of the persons, with regard to whom entries are made, is during this period outrageous, including such forms as "singellwomon," "carpinter," "saurwant," "Margrit," "Marmaduck."
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This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

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Szczegóły: The Registers of Patrington, York, 1570-1731, Vol. 6 (Classic Reprint) - Patrington England

Tytuł: The Registers of Patrington, York, 1570-1731, Vol. 6 (Classic Reprint)
Autor: Patrington England
Wydawnictwo: FB &c Ltd
ISBN: 9781331957768
Języki: angielski
Rok wydania: 2015
Ilość stron: 240
Format: 15.2x22.9cm
Oprawa: Miękka


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