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  1. Schedules and Letters Denunciatory of Excommunication

    Letters Denunciatory

    John Whittle and James Wade, churchwardens of Stathern; James Hubbarte, George Grococke and Lodwicke Kempe of Harby; Richard Jonson and James Kempe of Hose; George Challend and William Workman of Saltby; William Coye, Thomas Kitchin and Jo. Burton of Buckminster; Edmond Goodwyne and Robert Dalbie of Stapleford; [ ] of Braunstone [or Branston]; Jo. Maison and Richard Tumbes[?] of Eastwell; Robert Grace, parson of Braunstone [or Branston] [entries to this point deleted]; the curate of Braunston [or Branston]; the curate of Bottesford; the rector of Harby; the curate of Harby; the curate of Redmile; Mr Johnson, vicar of Stonesby; Mr Hawforth, vicar of Thorpe Arnold; and Mr Draper, curate of Welby [all Leicestershire].

    Date: 22 July 1595

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 22 July 1595 DIOC/CP/BOX 64/1/14

  2. Schedules and Letters Denunciatory of Excommunication

    Schedule

    Bartholomew Ellerby and Ann Westland of Middle Rasen: co-habiting as man and wife, he having a wife whom he had turned out of doors.

    Also Frances Simcoates of Farlesthorpe (possessor of the goods of John Simcoates, decd.), Elizabeth Goodman of Spalding (executrix of the will of John Goodman, decd.), Thomas Day of Spalding (executor of the will of Richard Enderby, decd.), Thomas Timberland of Spalding (executor of the will of John Timberland, decd.), John Uppleby of Wootton (executor of the will of John Uppleby of Barrow, decd.), Mary Holmes of Ferriby (executrix of the will of Thomas Holmes, decd.), and Mary Sutton of Ulceby (widow and possessor of the goods of George Sutton, decd.): not exhibiting wills, or taking or refusing administrations.

    Also Paul Walker and his wife, of Lissington: fornication before their marriage.

    Date: 23 Feb 1739

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Access Conditions: NFP

    Date: 23 Feb 1739 DIOC/CP/BOX 64/1/387

  3. Schedules and Letters Denunciatory of Excommunication

    Memoranda

    Of the denunciation of George Grove, Robert Ancell, William Buttmann and Mathew Est of Penne, for committing adultery with the wife of Christopher Norton. [Latin], 1600;

    Of the receiving into the congregation of George Grove and Robert Ancell, and the excommunication of William Butman, Mathew East and the wife of Christopher Norton, 2 Mar 1600.

    Date: 1600

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1600 DIOC/CP/BOX 64/1/157

  4. Schedules and Letters Denunciatory of Excommunication

    Schedule

    Edward Pate and John Starkie, farmers of the rectory of Breedon [on the Hill, Leicestershire]; [Richard] Stone, farmer of the rectory of Ridgmont [Bedfordshire]; Robert Collins of Bedford [Bedfordshire]; William Damporte of Great Brickhill [Buckinghamshire]; John Wolfe of Huntingdon [Huntingdonshire]; William Mortimer and his wife, the wife of Richard Baldwin, and William Stockton and his wife, of Cholesbury [Buckinghamshire]; Alice, wife of John Sowtholl, gent., and Laurence Hattrell and his wife, of High Wycombe [Buckinghamshire]; Joseph Overton, vicar of Alford; and Henry Aiscough, rector of Blyborough.

    Date: 20 Oct 1602

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 20 Oct 1602 DIOC/CP/BOX 64/1/179

  5. Schedules and Letters Denunciatory of Excommunication

    Schedules

    George Jenkinson of Little Hale in the parish of Great Hale: substraction of tithes from George Cowdron, gent., farmer of impropriate rectory of Great Hale.

    Also Margery Balderston of Yaxley, Huntingdonshire: non-payment of a fine to William Curtis of [Earl] Shilton [Leicestershire].

    Date: 3 Mar 1607

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 3 Mar 1607 DIOC/CP/BOX 64/1/271

  6. Schedules and Letters Denunciatory of Excommunication

    Letters Denunciatory

    Richard Durham, Elizabeth Mathewe, William Browne, William Hamond junior, the wife of Mathew Wixome and his daughter, Thomas Burges and his wife, John Johnson, and Thomas Swinshead, of Little Brickhill [Buckinghamshire].

    Date: 9 Sep 1599

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 9 Sep 1599 DIOC/CP/BOX 64/1/118

  7. Schedules and Letters Denunciatory of Excommunication

    Letters Denunciatory

    Edmond Horton, curate of Horton [Buckinghamshire?] not reading and declaring the articles and kings injunctions, not writing down the names of person baptised, buried and married, and not repeating the pater noster, ave maria and articles of faith in the presence of the parish.

    Date: 30 Apr 1545

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 30 Apr 1545 DIOC/CP/BOX 64/1/8

  8. Schedules and Letters Denunciatory of Excommunication

    Schedule

    Sarah Dotchin (formerly Hare, widow and administratrix of the goods and chattels of Robert Hare of Evedon, decd.), wife of Samuel Dotchin of Gosberton: not rendering an inventory or account: at the promotion of Robert Hare (son and heir of Robert Hare decd.).

    Date: 8 May 1782

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Access Conditions: NFP

    Date: 8 May 1782 DIOC/CP/BOX 64/1/652

  9. Schedules and Letters Denunciatory of Excommunication

    Schedule

    William Chambers of Bottesford (administrator of the goods, chattels and credits of Elizabeth Nix, otherwise Nixon, of Harlaxton, widow, decd.): not exhibiting inventory: at the promotion of Elizabeth Cook, wife of John Cook of Marston (niece of the deceased).

    Date: 3 June 1754

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 3 June 1754 DIOC/CP/BOX 64/1/487

  10. Schedules and Letters Denunciatory of Excommunication

    Letters Denunciatory

    William Pearce of Little Bedford [sic] [Little Barford, Bedfordshire] (executor of the will of James Pearce of Little Bedford, decd.): at the petition of John Pearce senior, of Croydon [Cambridgeshire] (guardian of John Pearce, Henry Pearce and William Pearce, his children).

    Date: 9 June 1602

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 9 June 1602 DIOC/CP/BOX 64/1/168

  11. Schedules and Letters Denunciatory of Excommunication

    Letters Denunciatory

    George Snowe of Totteridge; Edward Parker of Bayford; the wife of Thomas Clerke of Shenley; Alice Younge of Great Gaddesden; Richard Gunne and Agnes Stevenage of Little Berkhampstead; Johanna Piggott of Essendon; William Tress and Joanna Daddunge of Tring; Henry Pratt of Little Gaddesden; Christopher Hopkins, Richard How and Mathew Salmon of Hertford St. Andrew; Henry Lawson and his wife, the wife of William Chambers, and Robert Hudnoll of Berkhampstead St. Peter [all Hertfordshire].

    Date: 30 June 1598

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Access Conditions: NFP

    Date: 30 June 1598 DIOC/CP/BOX 64/1/43

  12. Schedules and Letters Denunciatory of Excommunication

    Schedule

    Mary Smith of Whaplode Drove (widow and possessor of the goods of John Smith of Whaplode Drove, intestate, decd.): not taking administration or presenting an inventory: at the promotion of Elizabeth Bass (formerly Smith), wife of Robert Bass (mother of the deceased).

    Physical Description: Damaged and incomplete.

    Date: 5 Oct 1751

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Access Conditions: NFP

    Date: 5 Oct 1751 DIOC/CP/BOX 64/1/461

  13. Schedules and Letters Denunciatory of Excommunication

    Letters Denunciatory

    Robert Hawkins, Agnes Dawx, George Tailer, Elizabeth Blocke, Agnes Burrow, Susanna Rainsfield, Alice Gill, Thomas Wright and his wife, the wife of Francis Warren, the wife of [ ] Allen, Thomas Pitman and the daughter of his wife, Roger Ferris and his wife, Thomas Mapis, Hugh Hall, and Alice Gudgin of Bedford St. Paul [Bedfordshire].

    Date: 9 Sep 1599

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 9 Sep 1599 DIOC/CP/BOX 64/1/97

  14. Schedules and Letters Denunciatory of Excommunication

    Schedules

    Thomas Stocsam, rector of West Rasen at the petition of Richard Claiton, Archdeacon of Lincoln.

    Also Thomas Foster of Braunstone [Leicestershire]: at the petition of John Stirropp.

    Also William Lake of West Keal: substraction of tithes from George Jackson, rector of West Keal.

    Date: 3 Mar 1607

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 3 Mar 1607 DIOC/CP/BOX 64/1/270

  15. Schedules and Letters Denunciatory of Excommunication

    Letters Denunciatory

    Sarah Hustwaite of North Coates, widow (mother of Bernard Pilkington of the same, intestate, decd.): refusal to accept Letters of Administration, or to render an inventory: at the promotion of William Jekyll of North Somercotes.

    Date: 1 Apr 1762

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Access Conditions: NFP

    Date: 1 Apr 1762 DIOC/CP/BOX 64/1/537

  16. Schedules and Letters Denunciatory of Excommunication

    Letters Denunciatory

    Thomas Rowlte, late of Keysoe, now of Riseley [both Bedfordshire]: non-payment of salary or fees: at the petition of John Smithe, Notary Public of the Consitory Court.

    Date: 21 July 1602

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 21 July 1602 DIOC/CP/BOX 64/1/174

  17. Schedules and Letters Denunciatory of Excommunication

    Letters Denunciatory

    George Goose of Willoughby, farmer: substraction of fees or salary from Richard Hare of the Close of Lincoln, gent., Procurator General of the Consistory Court of Lincoln.

    Date: 28 July 1764

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 28 July 1764 DIOC/CP/BOX 64/1/561

  18. Schedules and Letters Denunciatory of Excommunication

    Letters Denunciatory

    Christopher Champion of Newton upon Trent (executor of John Ingham of Newton upon Trent decd.): substraction of a legacy from John Champion (legatee of will of John Ingham decd.).

    Date: 1 Sep 1764

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1 Sep 1764 DIOC/CP/BOX 64/1/565

  19. Schedules and Letters Denunciatory of Excommunication

    Schedule

    John Avison of Maltby, Ellen Holderness of Maltby, Matthew Kitching of Worlaby and Amy his wife (before marriage), Mary Tyson of Saltfleetby (with her husband George Tyson before marriage), Elizabeth Willerton of Cockerington St. Leonard, Elizabeth Dove of Washingborough, Hellen Humphry of Billinghay, Mary Ellwood of Bigby, Mary Bird of Bonby, Sarah Spence of Brigg, Benjamin Wilking of Barrow (with his wife before marriage), Elizabeth Copeland of Wigtoft, and Elizabeth Smith of Hogsthorpe: fornication.

    Also Thomas Stennet and Elizabeth Pepper (otherwise Stennet) of Baston: incestuous marriage and incestuous co-habitation.

    Also William Clark of Aunsby: not going to his parish church or other place of worship.

    Date: 4 Nov 1741

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Access Conditions: NFP

    Date: 4 Nov 1741 DIOC/CP/BOX 64/1/397

  20. Schedules and Letters Denunciatory of Excommunication

    Schedule

    Alice Elam, wife of Bartholomew Elam of Swayfield: at the petition of Robert Turner, Bachelor of Law, Procurator General of the Consistory Court of Lincoln;

    Also William Scossye[?] of Heckington [entry deleted].

    Date: 21 Oct 1606

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 21 Oct 1606 DIOC/CP/BOX 64/1/256

  21. Schedules and Letters Denunciatory of Excommunication

    Schedule

    Sigismond Tilsley of Timberland and his wife; Thomas Morle, vicar of Heckington [entry deleted]; Edward Clowgh of Bicker; John Knubley[?] and his wife of Mareham; James Bateman of Edenham; John Gray of Mareham; widow Knubley[?] of Mareham; Humphrey Wouldes of Well; William Waddingham of Miningsby; and George Sibley of Broughton.

    Date: 13 Apr 1603

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 13 Apr 1603 DIOC/CP/BOX 64/1/210

  22. Schedules and Letters Denunciatory of Excommunication

    Schedule

    Edward Leeman, rector of Aunsby; Giles Ellis of Little Hale; Alice Molton, wife of Nicholas Molton of Wigtoft; Francis Bland of Alford; William Heirne, rector of Hemingby; Thomas Johnson, rector of Hemingby; Thomas Greene of Helpringham [entry deleted]; John Key and Mathew Bridges, churchwardens of Ferriby; Hugh Vason[?], schoolmaster, Sutterton; Richard Pearson of Hagworthingham; and Robert Lee of Billingborough.

    Date: 13 Apr 1603

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 13 Apr 1603 DIOC/CP/BOX 64/1/211

  23. Schedules and Letters Denunciatory of Excommunication

    Letters Denunciatory

    Mary Humberfield, Edward Lane and Susanna his wife, Richard Lister and his wife, Drewe Woodlife, Hugh Weedon and his wife, Christopher Tall and his wife, Robert Floid, John Reedinge and his wife, Reginald Page, Robert Winche senior, John Winche and his wife, William Norton and his wife, Henry Foster and his wife, and Robert Drewrie, all of Great Missenden [Buckinghamshire].

    Date: 3 May 1602

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Access Conditions: NFP

    Date: 3 May 1602 DIOC/CP/BOX 64/1/165

  24. Schedules and Letters Denunciatory of Excommunication

    Schedule

    Hellen Gravel, Alice Wright and Jane Peele, all of Epworth: fornication, having had bastard children: on the presentment of Timothy Maw and Thomas Gervas, churchwardens of the parish of Epworth.

    Also Elizabeth Crane (formerly Gibson), wife of James Crane, of Gainsborough: fornication.

    Also Elizabeth Walgham of Gainsborough: fornication, having had a bastard child.

    Both on the presentment of George Wilberfoss and John Maddison, churchwardens of the parish of Gainsborough.

    Date: 13 Apr 1747

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 13 Apr 1747 DIOC/CP/BOX 64/1/440

  25. Schedules and Letters Denunciatory of Excommunication

    Schedules

    Robert Tirringham and Elizabeth his wife, of Barkby [Leicestershire]: at the petition of Hugh Botham, Henry Sayre and William Read.

    Also Henry Presgrave of Aunsby[?] and Richard Holledge of Tatshall [Tattershall?]: at the promotion of Thomas Stirropp.

    Also James Brampton of Legbourne, esq.: defamation of Thomas Forgam[?], rector of Winteringham.

    Date: 6 Oct 1607

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 6 Oct 1607 DIOC/CP/BOX 64/1/272

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