The Archdeaconry of Richmond in the Eighteenth Century Paperback

Bishop Gastrell's 'Notitia' - the Yorkshire Parishes 1714-1725


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The Archdeaconry of Richmond in the Eighteenth Century

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Francis Gastrell (1662-1725) served as Bishop of Chester from 1714 until his death. During this time, he compiled historical notes on his diocese from a range of medieval and contemporary sources. His survey contains detailed information on parishes, including their sizes, populations and economies. The notes also provide invaluable data on administrative matters such as the development of the towns within the diocese, notably including records of acts of charity and records of the grammar schools and their governors, finances and statutes. This 1990 publication, prepared by L. A. S. Butler, is the first printed edition of the notes relating to the Yorkshire parishes that had been transferred within the archdeaconry of Richmond to the bishopric of Chester. With full editorial apparatus, and thorough indexes of persons, clergy and places, this work stands as an important resource for church, social and local historians.

The Archdeaconry of Richmond in the Eighteenth Century was published by Cambridge Library Collection in April 2013. The ISBN for The Archdeaconry of Richmond in the Eighteenth Century is 9781108061933.

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Page last updated 26th April 2016
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherCambridge Library Collection (April 2013)
Weight280g
Number of Pages218
Thickness13 mm
Height216 mm
Width140 mm
ISBN9781108061933
ISBN-101108061931
Product Code4245030
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