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Marriage bonds of the ancient Archdeaconry of Chester now preservedat Chester.

Church of England. Archdeaconry of Chester.

Marriage bonds of the ancient Archdeaconry of Chester now preservedat Chester.

by Church of England. Archdeaconry of Chester.

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Published by Chadwyck-Healey in Cambridge .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Microfiche reproduction of material originally published, [Manchester]: Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, 1933.

SeriesPublications -- 82.
ContributionsTonge, William Asheton.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14119747M

Chester County Marriages Grooms Index Groom's Last Name Groom's First Name Middle Name Groom's Date of Birth Groom's Age Bride's First Name Bride's Last Name Date of Application Date of Marriage Place of Marriage License # Haagen Eugene Henry 21 Harriet Binford January 3, West Chester . 7 Volumes. Marriage Bonds For The Deaneries Of Lonsdale, Kendal, Furness, Copeland And Amounderness - 1, pages 8 Volumes. Marriage Licences Granted Within The Archdeaconry Of Chester In The Diocese Of Chester - , & - /5(1).

The Archdeacon of Chester is a senior ecclesiastical officer in the diocese of area in which she, or he, has statutory duties is the Archdeaconry of Chester – those duties include some pastoral care and disciplinary supervision of the clergy in that area. Chester County Marriages Bride Index Bride's Last Name Bride's First Name Bride's Middle Bride's Date of Birth Bride's Age Groom's First Groom's Last Date of Application Date of Marriage Place of Marriage License # Cacciatore Marina 29 Emidio Pizii March 2, St. Agnes Church

History of the ancient city of Chester from the earliest times. Chester, Phillipson and Golder; London, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: George Lee Fenwick. The history of Chester extends back nearly two millennia, covering all periods of British history in between then and the present day. The city of Chester was founded as a fort, known as Deva, by the Romans in AD The city was the scene of battles between warring Welsh and Saxon kingdoms throughout the post-Roman years until the Saxons strengthened the fort against raiding Danes.


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Get this from a library. Marriage bonds of the ancient archdeaconry of Chester: now preserved at Chester. [William Asheton Tonge; Wm Fergusson Irvine; P H Lawson; Church of England. Diocese of Chester. Bishop ( Porteus)]. Marriage bonds of the ancient archdeaconry of Chester now preserved at Chester.

Part I- Author Church of England. Diocese of Chester. Published. Marriage bonds for the deaneries of Lonsdale, Kendal, Furness and Copeland, part of the archdeaconry of Richmond, now preserved at Lancaster Author Irvine, William Ferguson, Cheshire Marriage Licence Bonds and Allegations ($) FamilySearch Digital Library FamilySearch Digital Library FamilySearch Digital Library FamilySearch Digital Library FamilySearch Digital Library.

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Y., and Galesburg, Illinois. Marriage Bonds for the Deaneries of Lonsdale, Kendal, Furness, Copeland and Amounderness in the Archdeaconry of Richmond now preserved at Preston Editor: R Dickinson Year: Bonds- men, Thomas Johnson, of Flint aforesaid. Dyer, and Thomas Johnson, of the City of Chester, Innkeeper.

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Book — xxxix, p.: ill., map ; 24 cm. Online. Marriage bonds of the ancient archdeaconry of Chester now preserved at Chester [ - ] Church of England.

Diocese of Chester. Bishop ( Porteus) [Colchester] Printed for the Record society, Description. Marriage Bonds of the Ancient Archdeaconry of Chester now preserved at Chester, Part 1 of 2Vol Tonge, Wm Asheton, editor.

Record Society of Lancashire & Chester p. index. international - england - lancashire / chester. Marriage Bonds of the Ancient Archdeaconry of Chester now preserved at Chester Part 2 of 2   textsMarriage licenses granted within the archdeaconry of Chester in the diocese of Chester.

Marriage licenses granted within the archdeaconry of Chester in the diocese of Chester. Chester, England (Diocese); Irvine, Wm.

Fergusson (William Fergusson), b Pages: Marriage licences granted within the archdeaconry of Chester in the diocese of Chester Volume 1 Paperback – March 6, Author: Church of England.

Chester. "The Earliest Ordination Book of the Diocese of Chester and " (Ed. Fergusson Irvine) Pa50/51,59,73,83,88,90,93,99/, /04, "Marriage Bonds of the Ancient Archdeaconry of Chester now Preserved at Chester Part I - /07" "Marriage Bonds of the Ancient Archdeaconry of Chester now Preserved at.

Parts have title: Marriage bonds for the deaneries of Lonsdale, Kendal, Furness, Copeland and Amounderness, part of the archdeaconry of Richmond, now preserved at Lancaster. Editors: [pt. 1] John Brownbill; pt. deaconry of Chester, ". This work is con­ tinued in Vols.

56, 57, 61, 65, 69, 73 and It eventually covers the period 80, 81, 83 "Marriage bonds for the deaneries of Lonsdale, Kendal, Furness, Copeland and Amounderness, ".

85 "Marriage bonds of the ancient archdeaconry of. Chester diocese now consisted of the county of Cheshire, the deanery of Warrington, Lancs., and part of Flintshire and Shropshire. The statute of 3 & 4 Vic. reduced the number of canons from six to four, by suspending the first and third prebends to fall vacant after the passing of the Act.

In the new bishopric of Chester was compounded of the archdeaconries of Richmond and Chester, severed respectively from the vast sees of York and Lichfield. The annexing of Chester to Richmond, though not originally intended, seemed reasonable on geographical grounds, since they had a common boundary, the Ribble, in by: 2.Chester County kept marriage records for the years and present.

Records for to the present are available from the Clerk of the Orphans' than the listed years (, present) the county did not record marriages and alternative sources should be consulted. How Doggerland Sank Beneath The Waves (, BC) // Prehistoric Europe Documentary - Duration: History Time Recommended for you.