Durham diocesan records

list of tithe apportionments and plans for County Durham. by University of Durham. Department of Palaeography and Diplomatic.

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Records of the Durham Quarter Sessions The latter order was recorded in the quarter sessions order book (Q/S/OB/4 p). No records of the sheriff's courts survive. The bishop or one of the diocesan officers sometimes took the chair at quarter sessions especially in the seventeenth century and some clergy were usually present. Only a  › Home.   The history of the diocese of Ely is a complicated one, with several changes in boundaries and parishes that do not always align with county boundaries. Originally part of Lincoln diocese, Ely was founded by Henry I in The cathedral was a Benedictine abbey first established by St Etheldreda in The diocese received a share of the abbey's lands and endowments, and   Records of the manorial courts held by the Bishops of Durham, and specifically of property transactions managed by the bishop's manorial courts. The bishop's manors were spread across County Durham and in Bedlingtonshire (Northumberland), but were administered centrally from the Halmote Court office in Durham ://

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Durham County Record Office holds a visitation book of the archdeacon of Durham (Samuel Dickens then Benjamin Pye) or his commissary, [found with the Aycliffe, County Durham parish records]. It contains chiefly lists of clergy and churchwardens but also details of ?docId=ark/ Peculiar jurisdictions within the Diocese of Durham Background essays on the administration of the diocese of Durham generally, and on the classes of records covered within this catalogue, are in the separate guide, Administrative Histories for the Durham Diocesan l bibliographies are also within the same guide, and omitted from this catalogue except for editions of specific ?docId=ark/ Contents Records relating chiefly to visitations of the diocese of Durham by bishops and spiritual chancellors of Durham, (predominantly 18thth centuries), but also including: a little material relating to episcopal visitations of Durham Cathedral, and ; a few items relating to episcopal visitations of dioceses other than Durham, ; and a few acts of the ?docId=ark/ p (where the Durham Diocesan Records are referenced as DSR, and Durham Cathedral archives as DPK).

Some extracts from bishops' registers are printed in (ed), Depositions and other ecclesiastical proceedings from the courts of Durham, extending from to the reign of Elizabeth (Surtees Society, num )?docId=ark/_s1gf06gxml. The Registrar holds the bishop's seal and is the legal officer for the diocese.

Most ofthe Durham Diocesan Records have been deposited by Registry staff on behalf of the Registrar, notably almost all the records in sections DDR/EA, DDR/EJ, DDR/P, most of DDR/EV/VIS, and parts of the other :// Diocesan Records.

Most of the records of the Irish dioceses were destroyed in the fire in the Public Record Office of Ireland in For a list of the records of the ecclesiastical records which were destroyed, extracted from this source: Herbert Wood, A guide to the records deposited in the Public Record Office of Ireland (Dublin, ) and made available to the RCB Library by Beyond Diocesan Registrar: Mr Philip Wills LL.M.

Telephone: Facsimile: E-mail: [email protected] Deputy Registrar: The Diocesan Registry is the legal office for the Diocese of Durham.

The main areas of work which are undertaken in the Diocesan Registry are: Advice Reference code: GBDDR/DA Title: Durham Diocesan Records: diocesan administration Dates of creation: to present Extent: 41 metres Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections Origination: Records from Diocesan Synod (formerly Diocesan Conference), from the boards that report to it, and from other diocesan organisations (plus from a few predecessor ?docId=ead/ddr/ Search is performed in three (3) separate and different ways on this site.

Search through the web pages on this site; Search the ‘Resources Hub‘ document titles and contents Search the Diocesan Directory of People and Places St Giles Church, Durham. Life Call - Durham.

Bishopthorpe Palace, York York. Life Call - Durham. All Saints Blackwell, Darlington. Beyond Invisibility. Feast of St Oscar Romero St Matthew’s Church, London. Life Call - Durham. St Ninian’s Church, Gateshead. Join the conversation. See what we have been up to on social media recently – click Parish Accounts – Copies of the annual report and accounts are to be sent to the secretary of the diocesan board of finance for retention following their approval.

They can be emailed to @ or posted to Cuthbert House, Stonebridge, Durham, DH1 3RY. Templates for preparing parish accounts are available :// Durham Diocesan Records: Catalogue of records of episcopal administration Date range of material: onwards but predominantly 18thth :EADCatalogue/PDF. Find out about the parish registers at Durham County Record Office.

We hold Church of England parish registers for more than County Durham parishes. The majority of the parish registers that we keep relate to the diocese of Durham, covering the area between the rivers Tyne and Tees, broadly equivalent to the historic County Durham Click to: Open Resources For Churches In A New Browser Window To view the Google Drive folders, you need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser.

To do so, please follow these :// Durham Diocesan Records: Catalogue of records of diocesan administration Date range of material: to present Durham University Library January :EADCatalogue/PDF. Other records in the York Diocesan Archive.

The archives which were moved to the Borthwick Institute in were, however, only one part of the York Diocesan Archive as it exists today. When J.S Purvis published a short account of the Archbishop’s archive inhe entitled it, quite correctly, The Archives of York Diocesan :// Durham Diocesan Records: catalogue of Mortgages with Queen Anne's Bounty (to repair parsonage houses) Date range of material: Durham University :EADCatalogue/PDF.

Durham County Record Office: the official archive service for County Durham and Darlington Online Shop The easy way to order and pay for research and publications VE Day exhibition 'We have come through' - remembering VE Day Durham Diocese This page summarises records created by this Organisation The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the  › Home.

Click the underlined links below to access Crockford entries for Bishops, Archdeacons, Rural Deans and Parish clergy in this diocese. For information on Deaneries and Parishes, please click on the relevant Archdeaconry.

With a Year Book subscription you can access additional details below about Diocesan Officers, Cathedral Staff and General Synod Members, and view ‘Who's Who’ profiles for   Durham Consistory Court records (16 th th centuries) The remit of ecclesiastical courts was extensive: the records of the courts' business include matrimonial disputes, moral lapses (adultery, illegitimacy), tithe litigation, non-conformity and recusancy, disputed wills, and accusations of defamation or even Get this from a library.

Durham diocesan records: bishops' transcripts of parish registers: summary list of outside dates of transcripts. [Margaret S McCollum; University Free search of millions of County Durham (England) parish and census records; small fee to view record transcriptions. Durham Records Online: Search Census and Church Records Search our 3, Durham & Northumberland parish & census records containing 9, Hardy, T.D.

(ed.), Registrum Palatinum dunelmense. The register of Richard Kellawe, Lord Palatine and Bishop of Durham, (4 vols., London, ) [Covers both palatine and diocesan jurisdictions of thebishop.]. Microfilms of some of the Palatinate Records in TNA are held here (shelfmark XM/film Palatinate): DURH 3/, abstracts of Durham inquisitions post mortem, (with gaps Reverend Thomas Capstack was the vicar of Newburn from to The Durham Diocesan records show that he was “corrected” by Church officials for “disorderly and drunken behaviour” inso we think we see the problem.

Durham University Records: Durham University Records: Faculties and Departments: UND-D: Durham University Records: Durham University Records: Support Services: UND-E: Durham University Records: Durham University Records: Colleges: UND-F: Durham University Records: Durham University Records: Associations and Societies: UND-G: Durham University The bonds were filed among the diocesan records.

The fact that the licence had been issued was recorded in a register also kept by the diocese. The main series of records to be found in connection with marriage by licence, therefore, are files of allegations, bonds and a register of licences   The Durham Diocesan Records, the Durham Diocesan Records: Bishop's transcripts of parish registers and related records, the Durham Cathedral Muniments and the Chevalier/Corrie Correspondence, all held by Durham University Archives and Special Collections, chart the development of the Diocese of Durham from the Reformation to the twentieth The Durham County Record Office online catalogue contains descriptions of overitems in the archive collections at County Hall.

Use the options below to search the catalogues of the documents () deposited in the Record Office and those related photographs () that have already been made available for viewing   County Durham Tithe maps and apportionments online. Durham Diocesan tithe plans and apportionments have been digitised and are made available from each tithe district's catalogue entry.

Volunteers have also transcribed the tithe apportionments, and this data will be made available in time. Wood Bequest project. Durham. Diocesan records are held at Durham University Library Archives and Special is a detailed description available online with links to further catalogues.

Ely. Diocesan records are held at Cambridge University Library, Manuscripts and University is a general description of the Ely Diocesan Records available on their ://Durham Priory Locelli: Jurisdiction 1: Diocesan Document category 1: Cathedral memoranda and correspondence From region: County Durham From place: Durham Priory Relevant material from to The designation locelli (from Latin locellus, lit.

‘a little place’) originally referred to boxes or chests in which important documents were ?page_id=The Land Records Division of the Durham Tax Administration Office is responsible for the following: Identification of real property ownership for listing and taxation.

Real Property Record Search. Geographic Information System (GIS) parcel map layer. Parcel boundaries and acreage calculations. GoMaps Interactive GIS ://