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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 8 [Monuments.] Faringdon Ward within. [St. Pauls.]

    of that Goddess; as hath been indeed the common Tradition and Opinion. Nor assuredly would that very Learned Writer, Bishop Stillingfleet , (in his Discourse of the Antiquities of London ) who lately called this into Question, ever have so

    Book 3, Chapter 8 [S. Pauls.] Faringdon Ward within. [Monuments.]

    had been a Temple of Jupiter, and that there was daily Sacrifice of Beasts. And of this Judgment was Bishop Stillingfleet , sometime Dean of this Church, who supposed that here stood a Capitol, rather than Diana's Temple. Because most

    Book 3, Chapter 8 [St. Pauls.] Faringdon Ward within. [Monuments.]

    Pagan State ; only they should offer their Thanks and Praises unto God. But the late very Learned Prelate, Bishop Stillingfleet , (in a Tract he wrote Of the true Antiquity of London , and its State in the Roman

    Book 1, Chapter 1 The Antiquity of LONDON.

    the Romans? Camden writes, that it was of the Nature of a Prefecture, and not of a Colony . But Stillingfleet , the late most Learned Bishop of Worcester , was not of his Judgment; but that it was a

    Book 1, Chapter 24 SION COLLEGE.

    William Sancroft, Dean of St. Pauls, afterwards Archbishop of Canterbury . Dr. Robert Pory, Residentiary of St. Pauls. Dr. Edward Stillingfleet , Residentiary of St. Pauls. Dr. Simon Patrick , Rector of Covent-Garden . Dr. John Lake , Rector of

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stillingfleet

    StillingfleetSTILLINGFLEET The village of Stillingfleet is situated on the northern edge of the Escrick moraine, near the east bank of the river Ouse , some 7 miles south of York . 1 It lies on either side of

    List of illustrations

    Church . Photograph, 1973 " " 81 Riccall Church . Drawing of c . 1862 in church " " 81 Stillingfleet : the church, bridge and Town greens. Photograph, 1974 " " 112 Allerthorpe : the village street. Photograph, 1974

    Naburn NABURN 1739

    Stillingfleet . A chantry was founded in Naburn chapel in 1353 by John of Barton , who endowed it with property in York and a house and bovate in Naburn . 97 It was united with a chantry at

    Parishes Tredington

    as he had done to his son James Stillingfleet . 28 Bishop Stillingfleet died while the suit was still pending, and between 1699 and 1703 there were various suits between James Stillingfleet and Sir Henry Parker , the matter being

    Index K-Z

    (d. 1744), Ric. (d. 1791), Sim., fam., Stewart : Marg., see Douglas Mat., earl of Lennox, Stillingfleet : Revd. Edw., Mary, see Peirse Stillingfleet , adv., assarting, brick-making, bridge, chant., char., ch., common fields, common meadows, common pastures, ct., dom.

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.G.2379

    Participant: Edmund Walker [Walker] Role: plaintiff Details: male; clerk Employment: vicar of Stillingfleet Location: Stillingfleet (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Stillingfleet(Stillingfleet, Stillingflete) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Warim Walker [Walker] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Stillingfleet (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Stillingfleet(Stillingfleet) : ecclesiastical parish

    CP.H.101

    plaintiff Details: male; clerk Employment: vicar of the parish church of Stillingfleet Location: Stillingfleet (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Stillingfleet (Stillingfleete) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Pear [Pears; Peares] Role: defendant Details: male; gentleman Location: Stillingfleet (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Stillingfleet(Stillingfleet) : ecclesiastical parish

    CP.G.2378

    Edmund Walker [Walker] Role: plaintiff Details: male; clerk Employment: vicar of Stillingfleet Location: Stillingfleet (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Stillingfleet(Stillingfleet, Stillingflete, Stillingflet) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Warim Walker [Walker] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Stillingfleet (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Stillingfleet(Stillingfleet) : ecclesiastical parish

    CP.G.334

    & Places Participant: Katherine Buckle [Bukle] Role: plaintiff Details: female; wife of John Buckle Location: Stillingfleet (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Stillingfleet (Stillingflete) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: William Burton [Burton] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Stillingfleet (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Stillingfleet (Stillingflete) : ecclesiastical parish

    CP.G.345

    1545 - 1545 People & Places Participant: Alice Snar [Snar] Role: plaintiff Details: female Location: Stillingfleet (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Stillingfleet (Stillingfleite) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Wall [Wall] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Stillingfleet (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Stillingfleet (Stillingfleite) : ecclesiastical parish

  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, 1625, 01 January 1625-31 December 1625

    of the land by Samuel Stillingfleet on an alleged warrant from Salisbury. Also Stillingfleet threatens to deny him the use of a barn to thresh his wheat, and to evict him from the dwelling house. Stillingfleet has improperly allowed a

    Cecil Papers, 1661, 01 January 1661-31 December 1661

    present." July 20, 1661. Holograph . 2 pp. ( 200. 28.) George Stillingfleet to William Battison. 1661, July 23. Writes to inform him that his father, Samuel Stillingfleet, has died. "To leave him either sicke and dying or else dead

    Cecil Papers, 1649, 01 January 1649-31 December 1649

    Findall, Ro. Blatchford. Codicil annexed of the same date. Copy . 10 pp. ( 197. 134.) Thomas Spinke to George Stillingfleet. 1649, June 4. Is sorry to hear that their letters have miscarried. Discusses financial matters. Sends his regards to

    Declared Accounts, Hackney Coaches, 01 January 1718-31 December 1718

    l. ; George Edes and Richard Cotton, messengers, 80 l. ; William Kempe, street keeper, and Edward Dickenson and Seymour Stillingfleet succeeding each other as street keepers , 70 l. 802 0 0 Office rent: Mrs. Joyce Collins for the

    Newington Butts

    . Edward Stillingfleet . Edward Stillingfleet, presented to this rectory by his father the Bishop of Worcester in 1698, kept it only a few months, having made an exchange with Dr. Taswell for some preserment in Norfolk. Mr. Stillingfleet was

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TYRWHITT, Sir Philip, 4th Bt. (1633-88), of Stainfield, Lincs.

    records of the Cavalier Parliament. He was convicted of recusancy in or before 1674, and in 1676 his wife asked Stillingfleet and Burnet to engage in a debate with his spiritual advisers, for whom Colman the plotter took the lead.

    PEDLEY, John (c.1666-1722), of Tetworth, Hunts.

    was not an auspicious time to embark upon an ecclesiastical career, especially since his principal clerical connexion, his brother-in-law Edward Stillingfleet, dean of St. Paul’s, was a Low Churchman out of favour at court. With his own father as a

    TERRY, William I, of Kingston-upon-Hull, Yorks.

    Boys and his heirs, among whom Agnes herself was, perhaps, numbered.[footnote]Terry was closely related to another affluent Hull merchant, Thomas Stillingfleet, whose daughter married his kinsman and trading partner, Richard Terry. He and Richard both witnessed Stillingfleet’s will of January

    BIGG, John (1652-c.1710), of Graham, Hunts.

    the dissenters, but he seems to have been a firm Anglican, possibly under the influence of his wife’s brother-in-law Dr Stillingfleet, and returned a curt negative answer on the repeal of the Test Act and Penal Laws. A militia officer,

    MONSON, John (c.1628-74), of South Carlton, Lincs.

    session he reminded the House that the anniversary of Gunpowder Plot was approaching, and was sent to ask the latitudinarian Stillingfleet to preach on the occasion. He ‘very eloquently’ seconded the motion of the Hon. William Russell for no further

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    meusydd llafur neillduol pob un o apostolion yr Ar- glwydd lesa Grist. Llanidloes. H1Fa1ENYDD. * Fe welir y golyga Esgob Stillingfleet, mai Brydain sydd i'w ddeall wrth yr ymadroddion hyn, os bydd i ni ond ystyried beth a feddylid y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to d poor families, and of teaching many hundreds of poor children to read and write. Signed-Jo. Tillotson, I Edw. Stillingfleet, Benj. Whitchol, John Meriton, Thos. Gouge, Benjamin Calamy, Thomas Fenion, John du Bois." Mae pob enw yn y rhestr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T HE NEW EDINBURGH REVIEW, No. 111. for Junuary, 180e, to be continued Quarterly. CONTENTS.-1. Davy's Account of Ceylon.-2. Bislop Stillingfleet on the Amusements of Clergymen.-S. Practical Economy.-4. Howison's Sketches of Uppjser Canada-a. Noble's Arabic Vocabutary.-6. Russian Aaecdotes._ 7. Tbe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    its conmmncemeat do'tX to the beginning of the year just past. O'Tuesday weel, at Hotham, aged Si, the Rev. James Stillingfleet, M. above M yearss Rector of that place. He was grandson of the celebrated B~iihop Stillinsgfieet. tiune day, aged Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grooves, of the Colonial Office. On the 7st inst. at Ashgrove, Worcestershire, Mrs Stillingdeet, widow of the late Rev. James Stillingfleet, Prebendary of Worcester. At Port-Glasgow, Lieutenant John Carmichael, late Colonial Secretary, &c. Prince Edward's Island. At Luton, Bedfordsbire, William Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 March 1703, 9 March 1704

    a Clock. Whereas this Day was appointed, for hearing of the Caufe wherein Sir Henry Parker is Appellant, and James Stillingfleet Refpondent : It is Ordered, That this Houfe will hear the faid Caufe, by Counfel, at the Bar, To-morrow, Subscribers-only content

    14 January 1755, 14 January 1755

    Tork; and for fettling certain Yearly Payments to f the Impropriators of the Reöory, and to the Vicar of " Stillingfleet aforefaid, in Lieu of the Great and Small " Tithes belonging to the faid Reftory and Vica- " rage Subscribers-only content

    14 January 1755, 14 January 1755

    and Greens in the Lordfhip of Stillingfleet, in the tf County of York; and for fettling certain Yearly Pay- " ments to the Impropriators of the Rectory, and to the ** Vicar of Stillingfleet aforefaid, in Lieu of the Great Subscribers-only content

    22 January 1755, 22 January 1755

    and Greens, in the Lordihip of Stillingfleet, in the " County of York; and for fettling certain Yearly Pay- " ments to the Impropriators of the Rectory, and to " the Vicar of Stillingfleet aforefaid, in Lieu of the Great Subscribers-only content

    24 January 1755, 24 January 1755

    and Greens, in the Lordfhip of Stillingfleet, in the " County of Tork; and for fettling certain Yearly Pay- " ments to the Impropriators of the Rectory, and to " the Vicar of Stillingfleet aforefaid, in Lieu of the " Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Richardus Champneyes, 15/12/1617

    Champneyes Forename Richardus Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 15/12/1617 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Stillingfleet// OTHER INFORMATION Source BI, Inst. AB.3 (Institution Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Matthew, Tobias/York Province 1606- 1628 Comment Patron Details

    Henricus Cawton, 1/2/1559

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Cawton Forename Henricus Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 1/2/1559 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Stillingfleet// OTHER INFORMATION Source BI, Inst. AB.1 (Institution Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Heath, Nicholas/York Province 1555- 1559 Comment

    Roberto Potter, 25/7/1730

    Surname Potter Forename Roberto Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 25/7/1730 Office/Status Preacher Clerical Status Location Stillingfleet// OTHER INFORMATION Source BI, Inst. AB 11 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Blackburn, Lancelot/York 1724- 1743 Comment This entry

    Richard Champneys, 15/12/1617

    Forename Richard Title clerk Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 15/12/1617 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Stillingfleet// Location OTHER INFORMATION Source BI, Sub. Bk.1 (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Matthew, Tobias/York Province 1606- 1628 Comment Patron:

    Richard Champney, 0/0/0

    CCEd Record ID: 201435 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Champney Forename Richard Title Qualification BA EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/0 Office/Status not given Location Stillingfleet// OTHER INFORMATION Source BI, V.1633 (Exhibition Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Neile, Richard/York 1632- 1640 Comment

 

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