The Chartulary of Cockersand Abbey of the Premonstratensian Order, Volume 2, Part 2

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William Farrer
Chetham Society, 1900 - Cartularies

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Page 519 - That the accounts of the receipts and expenditure of the Society be audited annually, by three auditors, to be elected at the general meeting; and that any member who shall be one year in arrcar of his subscription, shall no longer be considered as belonging to the Society.
Page 520 - Vol. 5. The Rectors of Manchester, and the Wardens of the Collegiate Church of that Town. By the late Rev. FR RAINEs, MA Edited by JE BAILEY, FSA Part I.
Page 520 - II. pp. 201-391. Vol. 3. Lancashire and Cheshire Wills and Inventories at Chester, with an Appendix of Abstracts of Wills now Lost or Destroyed. Transcribed by the late Kev.
Page 759 - The Lancashire Recusants of 1716 : being a True List of the names of those convicted as Popish Recusants at the several Quarter Sessions within the County Palatine of Lancaster. By JOSEPH GILLOW, Esq.
Page 520 - SIXTH YEAR (1887-8). Vol. 16. The History of the Church and Manor of Wigan. Part II. By the Hon. and Rev. CANON BRIDGEMAN. pp.
Page 520 - Vol. 6. The Rectors of Manchester, and the Wardens of the Collegiate Church of that Town. Part II. Warden Dee to Warden Herbert.
Page 604 - Ada de Molineus, Ada de Ainoluesdal, Ricardo de Eccleston, Alano Clerico fratre suo, Gileberto Clerico, tunc temporis fforestae, et aliis].* Confirmation by Adam Travers, son of Henry, to God and St. Mary of Cockersand, and the brethren there, of the gift which his father conferred upon them, to wit, an annual rent charge of two shillings to be received out of his mill of Whiston, payable at Easter and St. Michael, for the health of his soul, and the souls of his wife, father, mother, and brother...
Page 519 - Pound annually, paid in advance, on or before the day of annual meeting, shall constitute membership ; and that every Member not in arrear of his annual subscription be entitled to a copy of every publication issued by the Society. That no Member incur any pecuniary liability beyond his annual subscription.
Page 704 - Euerdhul, et ita in transuersum usque ad praedictam quercum cruce signatam, cum communione et omnibus eisiamentis praedictae uilhe communibus ; in puram et perpetuam elemosinam, et hoc de dominico meo, libere et 1 Little Bolton is a hamlet in the township of Pendleton. For several centuries it continued in the possession of a family who took their name from the place. During the period that John, Count of Mortain, held the Honour of Lancaster (1189—1194), he gave six oxgangs of land in Bolton to...