Lancashire quarter sessions records: Register of recusants 1678 download epub
The courts of quarter sessions or quarter sessions were local courts traditionally held at four set times each year in the Kingdom of England (including Wales) from 1388 until the end of the kingdom.
The courts of quarter sessions or quarter sessions were local courts traditionally held at four set times each year in the Kingdom of England (including Wales) from 1388 until the end of the kingdom, then in 18th-century Great Britain, in the later United Kingdom, and in other dominions of the British Empire. Quarter sessions generally sat in the seat of each county and county borough
For the chapelry of Broughton (pp. 144-6 in the . volume) there is a similar return of Popish recusants made in 1676.
For the chapelry of Broughton (pp. It was compiled in response to the questions asked in the so-called Compton Census, an enquiry set up in 1676 by the Archbishop of Canterbury. It consists of nine folios listing all families in the chapelries of Broughton (including Haighton) and Barton in a first column, alongside which in a second column the names of suspected Popish recusants are repeated.
Lancashire Quarter Session Records & Petitions (1648-1908). An index to and images of books dealing with legal matters and administration in the county
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In 1678 a former Hastings rector, Titus Oates fabricated the "Popish Plot", a supposed Catholic conspiracy to assassinate King Charles II and replace him with James (later James II). The plot led to the false implication, imprisonment and execution of William Howard.
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Recusants presented in 1611 List of 60108. 60. SPECIAL SESSIONS. A SOCIETY called the " North Riding of Yorkshire Record Society," has been formed for the purpose of printing and calendaring documents relating to the North Riding, primarily those now preserved in the office of the Clerk of the Peace at Northallerton. تظهر في 7 من الكتب من 1846-1885.
Recusants were subject to various civil disabilities and penalties under . World Heritage Encyclopedia is a registered trademark of the World Public Library Association, a non-profit organization.
Recusants were subject to various civil disabilities and penalties under English penal laws, most of which were repealed during the Regency and the reign of George IV (1811–30). Records show that various members of the Latewysse (of Goosnargh) family were fined for recusancy. In Wales, the few recusant families include the Mostyns (of Mostyn), the Herberts (of Treowen), the Morgans (of Llantarnam) and, most notably, the Vaughan family (of Courtfield, near Ross-on-Wye; the family of Herbert Cardinal Vaughan).
Minutes and Reports This volume contains two classes of records. There is no Minute Book for the period 1656 - 1666, and the Sessions Rolls for 1660 and 1661 are very scanty.
Quarter Sessions Records for the County of Somerset. Quarter Sessions Records for the County of ; 1646-1660by E. H. Bates Harbin. This volume contains two classes of records. This portion was transcribed by Mr. A. J. Monday, who has rendered valuable assistance in this, as in the two preceding volumes.
Source - Lancashire Quarter Sessions Records: Register of Recusants 1682 QDV6, (printed by NW Catholic Family History Society . 3). The chapel certainly existed and is well attested, including by one Robert Ball in his will first made in 1642 where he mentions 'the Chapel when wanted'. Mass, referred to as 'prayers' for safety was said secretly there by Peter Winder who was ordained at Lisbon. He arrived in Bulk in 1644, going to Quernmore and then Robert Hall, near Hornby, where there was also a domestic chapel.
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Publisher: North West Catholic History Society (1998)
Pages: 204 pages