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Some account of the Parish of Hillmorton

Matthew Holbeche Bloxam

Some account of the Parish of Hillmorton

by Matthew Holbeche Bloxam

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Published by Printed by J.W. Kenning in Rugby .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hillmorton (Rugby, England) -- History.

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    Statementby Matthew Holbeche Bloxam....
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[18] p. :
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18454711M

    Mr. John Hogett of Norvill and Mrs. Elizabeth Grooby were marryed the loth of Januarie Paper Book ends in Parchment Book begins again with this John Deacon the parish Register for the towne of Maydwell was chosen according to ye Act of Parliamt. touching marriages c and sworn and approved of by me, John Maunsell. ANNO DMI. It is not known what the family were doing in Staffordshire as the rest of the children were born in Hillmorton. Thomas’s father Walter, a plasterer, married Martha Brown at Hillmorton Parish Church on 28th June Martha died the following year and Walter married Elizabeth Goode in By the family lived in Upper Street, Hillmorton.

    Family and descendants of Richard Garrett of Crick Northamptonshire and his wife Elizabeth Garrett,including wills of John Garrett, Edmund Garrett, Inventory of Edmund Garrett,the will of Anne Garrett. A Final concord, a Feet of Fines for the sale of land in Hillmorton and Crick in about the social and economic standing of the Garretts in Crick and the area.   This is the parish diary this week:Monday March 2nd (Feast of St Chad)Mass at tion until 8pm in the Blessed Sacrament y March 3rdNo Mass day March 4thMass at 7pmThursday March 5thFuneral for Elsie Elizabeth Lawrence at 10am Mass at 12pmLent lunch in the hall at pmConfirmation.

    John Bonnycastle was a tutor to the Second Earl of Pomfret's children for 6 months in at Easton Neston in Northamptonshire. 5 Occupation: In Dec John Bonnycastle took the post of Mathematical Master to the Drawing Room in the Tower at the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich. He was paid pounds per annum. 5,10 Item. John’s father, Henry Perkins, was born in Hillmorten, the son of Thomas Perkins and Alice Kebble. Henry married at Hillmorton to Elizabeth Sawbridge. All their children were baptized in St. John the Baptist Church in the Parish of Hillmorton. Henry died there .


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Some account of the Parish of Hillmorton by Matthew Holbeche Bloxam Download PDF EPUB FB2

Author of The principles of Gothic ecclesiastical architecture, The principals of gothic ecclesiastical architecture, The Principles of Gothic Ecclesiastical Architecture with an Explanation of Technical Terms, and a Centenary of Ancient Terms, Some account of Rugby, The Principles of Gothic Ecclesiastical Architecture; Elucidated by Question and Answer, Warwickshire during the Civil Wars of.

Hillmorton is a suburb of Rugby, Warwickshire, England, around 2 miles ( km) south-east of Rugby town centre, forming much of the eastern half of the is also a ward of the Borough of rton was historically a village in its own right, but was incorporated into Rugby in Hillmorton also encompasses the Paddox housing estate to the west of the old village, which is District: Rugby.

Bloxam, Mathew A. An account of the parish of Hillmorton, published in the Rugby (England) Family Almanac, Ufton, some 12 miles SW of Hillmorton, and Marston-Jabet, unknown location, homes of various Perkins familys who may be related to William [1] of Hillmorton.

Kilsby Parish Council. likes. Kilsby Parish Council, Local Government representative for the village of Kilsby, Northamptonshire, UKFollowers: Quartermaster John Perkins, son of John Perkins and Judith Gater,[1] was baptized 14 Sep in Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England.[2][3][4][5] Immigration to New England.

Together with his family, John Perkins Jr. sailed for British America, departing from Bristol, England on 1 Dec aboard the "Lyon", Capt. William Pierce, : What are effigies. Wiki User Sepulchral monuments, Funeral rites and ceremonies 'Some account of the Parish of Hillmorton' -- subject(s): History 'On some rare and curious sepulchral monuments.

Sepulchral is used in relation to a monument, tomb, or something that is gloomy. For example, "Joey listened to the speech, which was delivered in sepulchral tones". Parish of Clifton Upon Dunsmore - Cash Book Account of Receipts and Payments for Year Ending 31st March 30th November Earmarked Reserve (Community Facilities) 32, General Rese Balance B/F £91, + Recei   I am trying to find some proof behind a much copied family genealogy with links to Hillmorton.

Here is what i can find on the internet and some Perkins family books: William Perkins b. son of Thomas Perkins of Ufton, Berkshire, married Joana Read b.

in in Coventry. William and Joana had a son Thomas b. in Hillmorton. English: Fleuron from book: An act for dividing and inclosing the common fields, common pastures, common meadows, common grounds, and waste ground, in the manor and parish of Hillmorton, in the county of Warwick.

An act for dividing and inclosing the common fields Fleuron T Meeting set to discuss climate emergency - Yelvertoft Parish Council People are invited to a meeting to explore what can be done in Daventry District to help prevent climate change.

The event, which takes place at Daventry District Council’s (DDC) Lodge Road offices from pm on Monday 11 November, has been organised by a task panel of. A church was built and a parish established in It was taken over from the Rosminians and a diocesan priest appointed to the parish the following year.

The parish priests have been as follows: Father Ted Mullen was Parish Priest at Sacred Heart Church from to Mgr Bernard Navin Fr Edward Kirner Fr Alec McGavin. George Collis (parish watchman in Rugby 19c), Some account of Mr Richard Elborowe, founder of the Charity School and almshouses, Rugby,Rugby past and present with an historical account of neighbouring parishes,The history of the town and school of Rugby, Henry Perkins, born Abt.

in Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; died Ma /09 in Hillmorton, Warwickshire, was the son of Thomas Perkins and Alice married Elizabeth Sawbridge Novem in Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England.

Elizabeth Sawbridge, born Aft. in England; died She was the daughter of Rugby is on the eastern edge of Warwickshire, near the borders of Leicestershire and is 83 miles ( km) north of London, 30 miles (48 km) east of Birmingham and 11 miles (18 km) east of Coventry.

Rugby School, an independent school situated in the town, is the birthplace of Rugbythree Rugby School pupils produced the first written rules of the Country: England. Edward and Mary Watkin Perkins: As noted above, Edward Perkins, who married Mary Watkin, was the son of John and Elizabeth Shaw Perkins.

The Hillmorton Parish register affirms several likely children for them born between the time of their marriage in and One of these is a son named Edward baptized on March 7, ( N. S.). Lydia Perkins, baptized 1 Jan /8 in Hillmorton, Warwick, England. Mary Perkins, baptized 16 Sep in Hillmorton, Warwick, England, may very likely have been the Mary who married Henry Green of Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire and died 26 Apr [1] Sources: 1.

Perkins in Hillmorton Parish Records (England), extracted by Jim. Henry Perkins, born Abt. in Hillmorton, Warwickshire, England; died J in Hillmorton, Warwickshire, was the son of Thomas.

Hillmorton Parish Register images - BapBannsMarBur - Some gaps - Part indexed (Download) Hillmorton Parish Registers These are copies of the original images from the parish registers as Baptisms ( – )DR £ FHL Item 1: Baptisms and burials,(years filmed in reverse order and some are missing) Parish register transcripts of Temple-Grafton, In Savage, Richard.

Collections of parish register transcripts and extracts, monumental inscriptions, notes and other material. Parish of Clifton Upon Dunsmore - Cash Book Account of Receipts and Payments for Year Ending 31st March 31st July Earmarked Reserve (Community Facilities) 32, General Rese Balance B/F £91, + Recei - Payme 88, Financial Statement for the period ending 31st August Get this from a library!

An act for dividing and inclosing the common fields, common pastures, common meadows, common grounds, and waste ground, in the manor .Get this from a library! An act for dividing and inclosing the common fields, common pastures, common meadows, common grounds, and waste ground, in the manor and parish of Hillmorton, in the county of Warwick.

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