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  1. Sticky Thread Sticky: On Line database of Clergy

    There is a database of clergy at http://theclergydatabase.org.uk/

    Started by Sue Mackay‎, 27-01-2008 5:24 PM
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  1. Question Register of Vicars?

    Hello Everyone, I have 2 vicars in my family tree and wondered if anyone knew if there was a register. The only registers I have found so far have been current ones. Also I have 2 Methodist Lay Preachers, are there any lists of these? I would be very grateful if anyone could point me in...

    Started by katranz‎, 08-09-2005 4:55 PM
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    17-09-2005, 5:51 PM Go to last post
  2. '1933 Who's Who in Methodism' & 'Hill's Arrangement'

    I shall be visiting my parents on the 20th September and would be happy to do some lookups in these two books while I'm there. 'Who's Who in Methodsism 1933' contains details of ministers and those lay people who were Circuit office holders when the Weslyan, United Methodist & Primitive...

    Started by mary elms‎, 08-09-2005 7:47 PM
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  3. T. Williams Lay Missionary Liverpool

    Does anyone know of this man ? I think he was something to do with the Sailors Home in Canning Place

    Started by Chasing Caseys‎, 25-07-2005 10:22 PM
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  4. Presbyters, Philalethes and Pseudocheus - please don't let the title put you off!

    Iíve just discovered that a gg..grandfather, John Jacques, Rector of Cowley, wrote a book in 1707. However, I don't understand what the title means. :) It is: Ordination by Meer Presbyters proved Void and Null, in a Conference between Philalethes a Presbyter of the Church of England, and...

    Started by susan-w‎, 02-07-2005 9:51 PM
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  5. Names of Rectors - Constantine, Cornwall

    ST. CONSTANTINE CHURCH, CONSTANTINE, CORNWALL NAMES OF VICARS & PATRONS Part One: Patron, Odo de Lanladron 1258 6 June Master Nicholas de Tregorrec - Rector 1286 31 March Nicholas de Sancto Constantino -...

    Started by Diane Grant-Salmon‎, 13-06-2005 5:08 PM
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    13-06-2005, 5:15 PM Go to last post
  6. Names of Rectors - Oake, Somerset

    ST. BARTHOLOMEWS, OAKE, SOMERSET NAMES OF RECTORS Part One: 1317 - 1321 ...... Henry de la Forde 1321 - 1345 ...... Thomas de la Felde 1345 - 1349 ...... Roger de Middleton 1349 - 1349 ...... Thomas Ball 1349 - 1405 ...... John Ivery 1405 - 1417 ...... John Bacy

    Started by Diane Grant-Salmon‎, 13-06-2005 1:48 PM
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  7. Church Wardens

    Would the CoE keep records of former church wardens from the late 18th century? If so, what kind of info will they have? Cheers, Kris.

    Started by kris‎, 17-01-2005 12:50 PM
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  8. John Padfield, R. of Huntsham Devon Part I

    After a dozen garbled previews, I'm giving up and trying a 2-part post. Rev. John PADFIELD became Rector of Huntsham, Devon in 1637. It appears that he attended Trinity College, Cambridge, entering as sizar in 1621. He shows up on the Devon Protestation Returns in 1641. He baptized 9 children...

    Started by Peggy‎, 20-12-2004 8:48 AM
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    21-12-2004, 3:38 PM Go to last post
  9. Red face Rev William Bell Mackenzie

    I am after information and help on a William Bell MACKENZIE as I had always told he was a ggg (or so) uncle of mine ... but the indications to date are that he was, at best, a cousin. I possess a book of Rev Mackenzie's sermons (sadly with the early pages missing - particularly ix to xii of the...

    Started by lindsayclubb4‎, 19-12-2004 2:48 PM
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  10. Angry Henry Wood/Woodd of Acton

    I found Henry Woodd listed in the 1891 Acton, Middlesex census as a minister. I then checked the 1881 census where he is listed as a student of theology. How would I find out what church he ministered at? He died about 1894 and his family also disappears from later census records.

    Started by annebagby‎, 04-10-2004 4:49 PM
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  11. Question The Reverand Job Walker Baugh, Diddlebury 1768-1838

    I am seeking information relating to the Rev Job Walker Baugh of Diddlebury. his career, his family and ancestors. I believe his father to be Job Walker Baugh b.1748 d.1817 of the Stonehouse Aldon Court,and mother Elizabeth Sayse b.1750, His brothers to be Adm Thomas Folliott Baugh RN b.1772...

    Started by Randall Jones‎, 10-11-2004 8:38 PM
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  12. Question Clerical disabilities act

    Hi, Does anyone know what the clerical disabilities act was/is? And why would someone avail himself of its provison in the 1880s? Thanks, Steve

    Started by SteveB‎, 04-11-2004 3:25 PM
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    10-11-2004, 2:30 PM Go to last post
  13. Unhappy a Russian Parish?

    Good evening Does anyone know why an english clergyman would be in Russia sometime in the early 1900s.The date is 1891? I have a photo of a great uncle in clergymans clothes. It is mounted on a board with russian writing. It has St. Petersbourg , what looks like the name of the photographer and...

    Started by kath‎, 15-10-2004 6:23 PM
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  14. FERNYHOUGH clergy

    Hi, I am looking for any information on some FERNYHOUGH clergy in North Staffs during the late 1700s and early 1800s. The Revd William FERNYHOUGH was a minister in Stoke-upon-Trent, he died in 1782. It also appears that there was a curate Rev Wm. FERN(E)YHOUGH. According to the Stoke...

    Started by SteveB‎, 23-10-2004 8:02 AM
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  15. "License to absent himself"... ?

    I have a note that Roger Dokwra, who was vicar of Burton-in-Kendal, Westmorland, from 1409 until his death in 1437, "received a license on 4 April 1419 to absent himself from the Church of Burton-in-Kendal". Why would he require a license to do this and for what sort of reasons would such an...

    Started by Docwras‎, 03-10-2004 12:47 PM
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    12-10-2004, 2:26 PM Go to last post
  16. Question Rev. James PRANKARD

    James was an Independent Minister who trained at Hoxton Academy in Middlesex from 1800-3. He applied for a place in a letter posted in Yeovil, Somerset. I cannot find his birthplace, but suppose it was somewhere in Somerset, and am eager to know who his parents were. Any ideas ? ...

    Started by jcwilks‎, 11-10-2004 11:27 AM
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  17. Rev. Walter Sellon

    I suspect that Rev Walter Sellon must be conected with the Sellons of Yateley, North Hampshire, but have never got him into line. I know little of him, (the Victorians said that he came over from France, but this is untrue). 1 SELLON, Walter, b: 1715 d: 1792 2 SELLON, Walter, b: Unknown in...

    Started by Andrew Sellon‎, 30-09-2004 3:44 PM
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