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2 edition of Ilchester borough records of the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries, including a translation (from the Latin) of the 1556 charter found in the catalog.

Ilchester borough records of the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries, including a translation (from the Latin) of the 1556 charter

Ilchester (England)

Ilchester borough records of the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries, including a translation (from the Latin) of the 1556 charter

from the original manuscripts in the Somerset Record Office ...

by Ilchester (England)

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Published by Toucan Press in St Peter Port .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ilchester, Eng. -- Politics and government -- c Sources.

  • Edition Notes

    English and Latin text.

    Statementedited by J. Stevens Cox.
    SeriesIlchester and district occasional papers -- no.15
    ContributionsCox, J. Stevens 1910-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJS3465.I4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination(2)p.,p.123-144 ;
    Number of Pages144
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20063839M
    ISBN 100856941689

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    The pamphlet was first printed in and the extended version in the following year, with more than a few subsequent appearances in the 16th and 17th centuries. The present example is one of two editions printed in ; the other has only pages (although the . 'Urban and metropolitan history. Sources for metropolitan London and other urban centres' (select 'Maps' for five 17th century plans, including the Ogilby & Morgan () and the Morgan (), enlargeable to great magnification but not high res.; also 6-inch and 25 inch Ordnance Survey plans, from Landmark - British History Online) {June, }.


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Ilchester borough records of the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries, including a translation (from the Latin) of the 1556 charter by Ilchester (England) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Main Article. Ilchester, a small market town situated on ‘a flat luxuriant soil’ on the south bank of the River Ivel (or Yeo), had been an important fortified settlement in Roman and medieval times, and still laid claim to being the county town.

Since the seventeenth century, however, its economy had been in decline. Ilchester was the county town of Somerset, having not only the county gaol but also hosting regular meetings of the shire and circuit courts.1 However, it failed to develop an economic base to match its administrative importance: under Henry VIII, John Leland observed that the town ‘hath been a very large thing’, but ‘at this time it is in wonderful decay, as a thing in a manner.

The chief interest in the venal1 borough of Ilchester was that of the Lockyers, a local family of wealthy business men, with estates in and about the borough, which from they managed in the government interest. Three of the Members returned during this period— Hopkins, Brown, and Thomas Lockyer— were noted misers.

In two Whigs were returned, defeating the former. Ilchester’s unsavoury reputation as a venal borough continued in this period: as a local innkeeper put it, ‘damn me if Ilchester is worth living in without there are hang-fairs and good elections’. After the death of the patron Thomas Lockyer † incontrol of the borough was.

Ilchester's Charter renewed. Lands used by the borough to raise funds removed by John and exchanged for hunting lands at North Petherton. By 's Ilchester has 6 churches (with another to be built in the 's). Roger Bacon, father of modern science, born in Ilchester.

Henry III – A TIMELINE OF ILCHESTER, SOMERSET. By Tim Lambert. Early Ilchester. c 60 AD The Romans found the town of Lendinis on the site of Ilchester. 4th Century Stone walls are built around the Roman town.

5th Century Roman civilization breaks down and Lendinis is abandoned. 9th Century Alfred the Great creates Ilchester borough records of the 15th network of fortified settlements, many of.

Ilchester Nunnery, in Ilchester, Somerset, England, was founded around as the "White Hall Hospital of the Holy Trinity", (Latin: Alba Aula, French: Blanche Halle/Blanchesale) after the gift of a house and other property by William "The Dane" of Sock Dennis manor, Ilchester (Norman-French: Le Deneis etc., Latinised to Dacus (the adjectival form of Dacia Location: Ilchester, Somerset, England.

Ilchester was a base for Henry III of England for a short period in During the 12th century it was the county town of Somerset. The town has a 13th-century mace with three kings and an angel on it, which is the oldest staff of office in England.

It can be seen at Ilchester Museum, which is located at the Town ct: South Somerset. Lists of 16th- and 17th-century wills, including complete coverage forand ; there are also abstracts for some of the 17th-century wills. Derbyshire Probate Records (Rosemary Lockie, GENUKI).

Albert Henry Wratislaw, published as The Native Literature of Bohemia in the Fourteenth Century; Carl Abel, published as Slavic and Latin. Ilchester Lectures on comparative lexicography; Arthur Evans, six lectures on the Slavonic conquest of.

Ilchester Museum has a story to tell, not just a history, but a saga of birth, sickness, decline and reincarnation, of conquest, heroism and treachery, of politics, prosperity and poverty.

Our story is full of characters whose legacies stretch to all continents, and whose tales of courage, daring and infamy should be available for everyone to read. Hacker family circa in Ilchester In search of any info on William Hacker, born October or family. Immgrated to US, resided in Lynn, Massachusetts, died there Possible father is Robert Hacker balso of Ilchester and mother Thomasine Arnold b of Northover, Robert and Thomasine married 05 Oct in Ilchester.

Not public records, these are unofficial transcripts of oral pleadings in court on matters of law - mainly from the Court of Common Pleas. They extend from the 14th century until the s. The Year Books have been published in a number of editions since the 16th century.

Ilchester was known as Lindinis under Roman rule and was the northern tribal capital of the Durotriges, an early British people. A royal mint was established there in the 10th century and remained in operation until Henry II’s reign (–89).

The town’s royal charter dates from the 12th century. Ilchester was a "potwalloper" borough, meaning that the right to vote was exercised all inhabitant householders not receiving alms (a household being theoretically defined by having a separate hearth on which a pot could be boiled); in the 18th century this amounted to a couple of hundred voters, who expected to receive full value in return for their votes, either at the time of election.

Rogers' translation of Philipp Melanchthon's Weighing of the Interim, possibly translated in Deritend, is the first book by a Birmingham man known to have been printed in England. [7] By the early 16th century Birmingham was already a centre of metal working, for example when Henry VIII was making plans to invaded Scotland in Birmingham smithies supplied.

Text of a paper originally published in Archaeologia Cantiana, vol. 58, pp. () Notes from 13thth-century records, mentioning monks and others associated with the cathedral The church in London (British History Online). Ilchester records on Ancestry. Ancestry is a major source of information if you are filling out your Ilchester family tree.

Many large databases are available to search covering from births, deaths and marriages, military records, census records and immigration records with many other smaller collections too.

7 ber, 7 bris, VII ber: September [i.e. abbreviation for the 7th month because the year started in March): Latin=Septembris [Note: An example of this can be found in the parish registers of Symondsbury - the marriage of Walter Newburgh to Mrs Katherine Strode when the date is given as 'the eight and twentieth of 7 tember-- meaning 28th September ]: 8 ber, 8 bris, VIII ber.

The first libraries consisted of archives of the earliest form of writing – the clay tablets in cuneiform script discovered in temple rooms in Sumer, some dating back to BC. About an inch thick, tablets came in various shapes and sizes. Mud-like clay was placed in the wooden frames, and the surface was smoothed for writing and allowed to dry until damp.

It is possible to trace the names of the Masters of Glomery well into the 15th century, but, at the end of that century, the post does not always appear to have been filled, though it lingered on into the 16th century.

By that time, however, the study .Assize courts where the more serious criminal trials tended to be heard, taking place at least twice a year and presided over by professional judges.

Court of King’s Bench was a central royal court sitting at Westminster with an overriding jurisdiction over the other lower courts – it was dissolved in and replaced by the King’s Bench.The following year the records show that Edward Scadding, gaoler at Ilchester, was earning £25 per annum (an increase of £5 per annum from two years earlier), supplemented by the fees paid by the prisoners on their discharge; debtors s 4d, felons - 6s 8d, and the fees paid for the transports at £3 12s 0d each.