3 edition of Calendar of Assize Records Essex Indictments, James I found in the catalog.
Calendar of Assize Records Essex Indictments, James I
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Records of an English Village Contents. The Records of Earls Colne. Introduction. Introduction to the parish. Parish map; Map of copyhold land of the manor of Earls Colne. Her Majesty's Stationary Office Calendar of Assize Records, Essex Indictments, James I, London: Her Majesty's Station-ary Office The Wills of the Archdeaconry of Sudbury Jan
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Brian L. Woodcock, Medieval Ecclesiastical Courts in the Diocese of Canterbury (), 97–9; Ralph Houlbrooke, Church Courts and the People during the English Reformation, – (Oxford, ), 46–7; Richard M. Wunderli, London Church Courts and Society on the Eve of the Reformation (Cambridge, MA, ), 49– On the general background, see Thomas N. Cited by: 8. Calendar of Assize Records, Essex Indictments, James I, ed. J. S. Cockburn (H.M.S.O. ) Cal. Chancery Warrants Calendar of Chancery Warrants Preserved in the Public Record Office (H.M.S.O. ).
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Abbreviations are used frequently in assize records and sometimes in the calendars of the same. Lists of abbreviations are found in the following places: Staff. Assizes Records. London, England: Public Record Office, FHL book 1/L1 A3pa, "Information Leaflet number " Cockburn, J.S., A History of the English Assizes, * You can search by name and the term ‘assize’ for the calendars of Essex Assizes indictments in ASSI 35 () on the Essex Record Office catalogue.
** For Yorkshire there are two series of Crown & Gaol Books for the earlier period so you will need to check both. Calendar of assize records, Elizabeth I / edited by J.S. Cockburn Calendar of Persian correspondence: being letters, referring mainly to Affairs in Bengal, which passed Perspectives on poetry, edited by James L.
Calderwood and Harold E. Toliver. Search result for essex-record-office: Maps in Essex Record Office, (), The Essex Gentry and the County Community in the Fourteenth Century(), Calendar of Assize Records: Essex Indictments, James I(), Essex in London(), Maps in Essex Record Office, 2nd.
Calendar of Assize Records: Surrey Indictments, James I May by Public Record Office Calendar of Assize Records: Kent Indictments: Charles II (0) (Calendar Assize Records) Aug by J.S. Cockburn Hardcover. £ More Buying Choices. Catalogue Calendar of Assize records.
Sussex indictments, Elizabeth Calendar of Assize records. Sussex indictments, Elizabeth I. Cockburn, J. (James Swanston); Great Britain. Public Record Office. Book. English. Published London: H.M.S.O., Rate this 1/5 2/5 3/5 4/5 5/5 This item is not reservable because.
Cockburn, James Swanton. Calendar of Assize Records (Volumes cover the Home Circuit as well as the Kent, Sussex, Hertfordshire, Essex, Surrey and Somerset circuits. Preview of the Kent Indictments available from Google Books.
Other digitised Assize records can be found at the Internet Archive) Johnson, Douglas. Analyses of prosecutions at Sussex assizes are based on the following: Calendar of Assize Records.
Sussex Indictments, Elizabeth I, ed. Cockburn J.S. (London, ); Calendar of Assize Records. Sussex Indictments, James I, ed. Cockburn J.S. (London, ). Analyses of prosecutions at Kent assizes are based on the following: Calendar of Assize Cited by: private book-buyer.
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It is sad that the publishers should have shown so little confidence in their author. GLAZEBROOK. Calendar of Assize Records. Home Circuit Indictments Elizabeth I and James I Author: M. Prichard. Cockburn, J.S (ed) () Calendar of Assize Records Essex Indictments, Elizabeth I, Her Majesty’s Stationary Office, London.
Essex Record Office, D/P /1/4 Great Leighs Register of Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials. Ewen, L’Estrange. J.S. Cockburn, ed., Calendar of Assize Records Home Circuit Indictments, Elizabeth I and James I: Introduction (London, ) Appendix I, pp Abstracts of Kent Gaol Delivery Roll, Appendix II, pp List of Prison Deaths on the Home Circuit, Appendix VII, pp List of Pardons on the Home Circuit, As one might expect, gaol deaths kept early modern coroners and their inquest jurors busy: J.S.
Cockburn’s study of the assize court records extant for the five Home Counties between noted inquests into no fewer than 1, deaths in custody, observing too that not all the relevant records survive. John Samond, Essex. Our first case study comes from the county of Essex in England. The Calendar of Assize Records contains the well-known Essex indictments, records which Alan Macfarlane plumbed for his path-breaking study Witchcraft in Author: Lara Apps, Andrew Gow.
For more on these officers of the court, see J.S. Cockburn, ‘Seventeenth-Century Clerks of Assize — Some Anonymous Members of the Legal Profession,’ American Journal of Legal History 13 (): –32; idem, History of Assizes (Cambridge, ), chapter 5; and idem, Calendar of Assize Records, Home Circuit Indictments, Elizabeth I and Author: Dana Y.
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An important feature of the journal is the Case and Comment section, in which members of the Cambridge Law Faculty and other distinguished contributors. William Brett of Waltham, Essex, labourer, indicted for grand 1 May at Sawbridgeworth he stole 6 sheep (30s), a ram (5s) and 2 lambs (4s) from Samuel Petchie, and 7 sheep (35s) and 5 lambs (10s) from George 12 Feb.at Much Hadham, Brett, of Much Hadham, stole 17 sheep (51s) from Richard Godson, and 10 sheep (30s) from Moses.
J. S. Cockburn (ed.), Court of Assize (Home circuit), Great Britain. Public Record Office. Calendar of assize records: Essex indictments, James I. (London: Her Majesty’s Stationary Office, ), The author thanks Dr.
F. G. Emmison, deceased, for bringing this citation to her attention in a letter of 13 Mar ch private book-buyer. Paperback copies cost £15, but their pages are just stuck together, not gathered and sewn, so in due course they are likely to fall apart.
It is sad that the publishers should have shown so little confidence in their author. P. R. GLAZEBROOK. Calendar of Assize Records. Home Circuit Indictments Elizabeth I and James 1.Sir Alexander Temple at Oxford New College Notes 11 (), no.
4 ISSN 2 Captain of Tilbury Fort5 6and a Member of Parliament for Sussex. He was one of around fifty people knighted by James I at Tower Hill in March / Sir Alexander initially lived in St Margaret’s, Rochester, the home of his first wife.