A List of the Roman Catholics in the County of York in 1604; Transcribed from the Original Ms. in the Bodleian Library

A List of the Roman Catholics in the County of York in 1604; Transcribed from the Original Ms. in the Bodleian Library

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1872 edition. Excerpt: ...supposed to be secretly baptised in ffranc Rearson house there, father of the said Grace. Roberte Applebie, Ambrose Newcome, Margaret Cuthbertson, Jennet Grisbie, ffrances Newcome, Henry Slinger the younger, his wife, George Lowes, Henrie mshbourne, Margaret Gibson wedowe, Elizabeth fibster, Xpofer Dent of Carkinge. Noncommunicants since the xxvth of March 1603. Marriages John Dent, Allison his wife, John Coltman, Elinor his wife. Recusantes for diuers yeares last past. Privat baptisme John Dent two children borne, John Coltman one childe borne; and all secretlye baptized by whom, when or where they knowe not. Easbie parishe. j ane Harrison spinster poor lame woman, a Recusant. In the twelfth century this family were resident at Hilton in Cleveland. In or about 1556 they became of Kilvington. The person mentioned here was the eldest son of Roger Meynell of North Kilvington, who married Margaret, daughter and co-heiress of Anthony Catterick of Stanwick. He joined the Catholic insurrection of 1569, under the Earls of Northumberland and Westmorland, and thus incurred the penalties of high treason, but received the royal pardon. Thomas, his son and successor, was born in 1564. He married (1) Winifred, daughter of Thomas Pudsey of Barforth, and (2) Mary Gale. In 1600 he was committed to gaol as a Recusant. His place of confinement was the Blockhouse at Kingstonupon-Hull, from whence in the following year he was removed to York Castle. In 1604 he received a general pardon from King James.--BurkSs Commoners, i. 403. Shirley's Noblemen and Gentlemen of England, 304. John Watson Joyner; a noncommunicant for diuers yeares last past. Kirkbie Ravensworth parishe. jfrancis Goodrigg, Anne his wife, Elizabeth Harrison widowe, Margaret Colling widowe, ...show more

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  • English
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  • 1236798910
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