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Volume 105

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Lincolnshire Parish Clergy c.1214-1968: A Biographical Register. Part II

This volume forms the second part of a much-needed survey of Lincolnshire parish clergy. It covers the deaneries of Beltisloe, comprising twenty-one parishes clustered around Colsterworth and Corby, and of Bolingbroke, with twenty-five parishes centred on Spilsby. Starting from 1214, when Bishop Hugh of Wells introduced the earliest system of episcopal registration in Western Europe, the parish lists set out the succession of rectors or vicars for each church. Brief biographical sketches demonstrate the rich variety of the county’s parsons - pastors, scholars, athletes, travellers and writers, soldiers and schoolmasters. This register gives to each of them his place in the history of Lincolnshire.

Volume 105

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Lincolnshire Parish Clergy c.1214-1968: A Biographical Register. Part II: The Deaneries of Beltisloe and Bolingbroke

The parish churches of Lincolnshire are justly celebrated. The spires of Grantham and Louth, and the famous Boston Stump, provide a focal point from the surrounding landscape of fen, wold and marsh. The charms of remote country churches along the byways of the county have been extolled in prose and verse by writers such as Henry Thorold and Sir John Betjeman. Their architecture, their stained glass and sculpture, furniture and fabric, have all been carefully recorded. Yet little is known of the people who served these churches, the rectors and vicars who, in word and sacrament, taught the Christian faith to successive generations of parishioners. This volume forms the second part of a much-needed survey of Lincolnshire parish clergy. It covers the deaneries of Beltisloe, comprising twenty-one parishes clustered around Colsterworth and Corby, and of Bolingbroke, with twenty-five parishes centred on Spilsby. Starting from 1214, when Bishop Hugh of Wells introduced the earliest system of episcopal registration in Western Europe, the parish lists set out the succession of rectors or vicars for each church. Brief biographical sketches demonstrate the rich variety of the county's parsons - pastors, scholars, athletes, travellers and writers, soldiers and schoolmasters. This register gives to each of them his place in the history of Lincolnshire.

Volume 104

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The Correspondence of William Stukeley and Maurice Johnson

This volume brings together the two sides of a correspondence, stretching over forty years, between two remarkable Lincolnshire friends, the antiquaries William Stukeley (1687-1765) and Maurice Johnson (1688-1755). The letters begin when the writers were in their twenties and subsequently cover both Johnson’s work as a lawyer and the development of his cherished Spalding Gentlemen’s Society, and Stukeley’s work as a physician, his ordination in 1729, and his eventual return to London in 1747.

Volume 103

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Lincolnshire Parish Clergy c.1214-1968: A Biographical Register. Part I: The Deaneries of Aslacoe and Aveland

Volume 103                             Lincolnshire Parish Clergy c.1214-1968: A Biographical Register. Part I: The Deaneries of Aslacoe and Aveland Editor                                      Nicholas Bennett Publication Date                     2013 Size...

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