Proceedings of the Evening Meetings

Proceedings of the Evening Meetings

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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. Excerpt: ...3s. 6d. 9th November, 1846. At a vestry meeting for receiving estimates relative to re-casting the tenor bell, also for repairing the framework of six bells and putting them in a complete state for ringing, that of Messrs. Charles and George Mears, bell-founders, Whitechapel, 36 12s. was accepted. The Church Organ. 1748. Was built and erected by Mr. Snetzler at the cost of 105. 1751. 4 4a. paid to Mr. Snetzler for keeping the organ in repair. 1759. 12 12s. paid to Mr. Snetzler for repairing the organ. Hectors. The first rector, so far as I am able to ascertain, was 1. William Vigorous, Cth May, 1329. 21. John Spendlove, clerk, on the death of H. Baker, 6th March, 1553. He was deprived by Bishop Bonner in 1554, but restored in 1560 by Queen Elizabeth. Afterwards Sir John Spendlove, clerk and parson, of Finchley, who on the 22nd of April, 5th of Elizabeth, 1563, made his award jointly with Wm. Lyddington for settling some dispute relating to the charity lands then known as the Pointalls. 24. William Cotton, A.M., on the death of John Spendlove, 22nd September, 1581. He was consecrated Bishop of Exeter at Lambeth, 12th November, 1598, and died 22nd August, 1621. 22. John Howman, alias Fekenham, T.T.P., on the deprivation of John Spendlove, 20th January, 1554. He was also Dean of St. Paul's, London. 26. John Bancroft, A.M. (nephew of Bishop Bancroft). 37. William Crow, F.T.B., 1731. He was chaplain to King George II. A selection of his sermons was published after his death. He was buried at Finchley. 38. Thomas Archer, A.M., 1743. He was a Prebendary of St. Paul's, London. 39. James Waller, M.A., afterwards D.D. He was nephew to Dr. Kerrick, Bishop of London, who promoted him to the livings of St. Martin, London, and Kensington, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 148 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 8mm | 277g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236743830
  • 9781236743831