London parish and the London precinct, 1640-1660 by Alice Elizabeth McCampbell

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Statement(Reprinted from Guildhall studies in London history, vol. II, no. 3, October 1976).
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Pagination(18) p. ;
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Records of wills, administrations, inventories, indexes, etc. were filed by the court with jurisdiction over this parish. BeforePrecinct of St Katherine by Tower fell under the jurisdiction of the Royal Peculiar Court of St Katherine's by the to the present, refer to the Principal Probate Registry.

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Catherine docks. Additional information: The Precinct of St Katherine-by-the-Tower incorporated the Tower of London including its chapel and the Royal Hospital and its grounds and buildings. The (redrawn) historic parish boundaries (i.e. of the parishes that are within the Walls) overlaid on these map fragments (see Key) are based on those shown in the City of London map in Historic Parishes of England and Wales, provided here courtesy of Professor R.J.P.

Kain. This map is based on a s Ordnance Survey map - much of the street. St Clement Danes was a civil parish in the metropolitan area of London, England; an ecclesiastical version remains (see its Anglican church, St Clement Danes).The parish was split between the Liberty of Westminster and the Liberty of the Duchy of Lancaster (also known as of the Savoy).The area is colloquially split between Aldwych and Adelphi areas associated with the larger Strand area in the.

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In London 'the general vestry from to elected the minister where possible and through feoffes made agreement with him concerning his tenure, his pay, and his disciplinary power'.

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Stringent conditions for the storage of documents over years old are set out in the Parochial Registers & Records Measureamended by the Church of England (Miscellaneous Provisions) Measure For an estimate of titheable units and about 1, communicants in the parish on the eve of the Long Parliament, see McCampbell, Alice E., ‘ The London parish and the London precinct, ’, Guildhall Studies in London History xi ().

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The name was retained as a precinct. The parish was a key administrative unit of everyday life, as well as the focus of faith and worship. London Metropolitan Archives describe how parish archives document the milestones and regularities of life at individual and local level.

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