The Publications of the Thoresby Society, Volume 10

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The Society, 1901
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Page 319 - The Society was formed in 1899 for the purpose of printing the older Registers of the county. The following have been either issued or are in the press : — York — St. Michael-le-Belfrey, Burton Fleming, Horbury, Winestead, Linton-in-Craven, Stokesley, Patrington, Bingley and Kippax.
Page 435 - THE RECORD SERIES of the Society was commenced in 1885 for the purpose of publishing Yorkshire records. It has printed Feet of Fines, Index of Wills, Inquisitions, Subsidy Rolls, Chartularies, Monastic Notes, Court Rolls, &c.
Page 320 - The Society was formed in 1889 for antiquarian objects in connection with Leeds and District. Its publications include the Leeds Parish Church Register, Adel Register, Methley Register, Kirkstall Abbey Coucher Book, Calverley Charters, local Wills and Subsidy Rolls, Leeds Plans, and Miscellanea.
Page 435 - The Society was formed to promote the study of' the archaeology and antiquities of the County, and issues to its members a Journal containing articles of antiquarian and genealogical interest. Subscription, los.
Page 435 - The Society was formed in 1892 to study and preserve the antiquities of the East Riding of the County of York. It has already done important work, making extensive excavations at Watton Priory, a Gilbertine house, near Driffield; and has also taken part in excavations at Warter Priory, near Pocklington. Valuable papers on these, by Mr. St. John Hope, with plan and illustrations, appear in the Transactions for 1900. Subscription, los.
Page 169 - Sussex, lately deceased, was not put in, wrapt up, or wound up, or buried in any shirt, shift, sheet, or shroud, made or mingled with flax, hemp, silk, hair, gold, or silver, or other than what is made of sheep's wool only ; nor in any coffin lined or faced with any cloth, stuff, or any other thing whatsoever made or mingled with flax, hemp, silk, hair, gold, or silver, or any other material contrary to the late Act of Parliament for burying in woollen, but sheep's wool only. Dated the 16 day of...
Page 435 - ARMYTAGE, Bart.; Hon. Treasurer: C. LETCH MASON, 12, East Parade, Leeds; Hon. Secretaries: FRANCIS COLLINS, MD, Pateley Bridge; G. DENISON LUMB, 65, Albion Street, Leeds, to whom applications for membership should be sent.
Page 274 - Feby. 25th, 1684, a day of mercy never to be forgotten by me or mine, having since that happy moment enjoyed her endeared society thirty-five years (in which space it has pleased God to give us six sons and four daughters), and I have by experience found her to be the greatest blessing, she being eminent for piety and devotion, meekness, modesty and submission, though there has rarely been occasion to try this, except in...
Page 141 - Gunning, clerk, of the second part, and the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the Borough of...
Page 274 - I was very solicitous for divine directions, and prayed fervently for guidance in a matter of so great concern to me, both in respect of this world and a future. And it pleased God to hear and answer, so that we were joined together in holy matrimony, in the parish church of Ledsham, by Mr. Hammond, the vicar, my father Sykes living then at Ledsham Hall, (now the estate of the pious and Right Honourable Lady, the Lady Elizabeth Hastings,) Feb. 25, 1684...

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