Parish of Spernall

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Parish History [edit | edit source]. SPERNALL (St. Leonard), a parish, in the union of Alcester, Alcester division of the hundred of Barlichway, S. division of the county of Warwick, 4 miles N from Alcester. Resources [edit | edit source] Civil Registration [edit | edit source].

Birth, marriages and deaths were kept by the government, from July to the present day. Spernall is a remote village 4 miles ( km) north of Alcester in the Parish of Oldberrow, Morton Bagot, and Spernall, in the Stratford on Avon District of Warwickshire, it had a population of It is situated on the banks of the small River Arrow, the name meaning Spera's border (of his property).

Early forms of the name are y: England. Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available Chapter Page I SPERNALL º. 1: Lord Archer Lord Aston Luxborough manor Mark Parker married Moncreiff Morton Bagot Muntz name continued nave Oldberrow Packwood parish of Tanworth Parsons place-name Rector Rector of Oldberrow Rector of Spernall registers reign Richard Robert.

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SPERNALL SPERNAL LANE SP06SE (South side) 4/ Church of St. Leonard 01/02/67 GV II* Church, now workshop. Nave C12 and C14, chancelporch and bellcote c Nave of limestone; north wall ashlar, but with some C19 brick; south wall coursed rubble up to approx.

2m., with C19 lias ashlar above; west end regular coursed. St Leonard’s parish church, Spernall, Warwickshire Wiltshire Standing close to “Old Sarnum”, the earliest settlement of Salisbury, St Lawrence’s church in Stratford-sub-Castle is a Grade I listed building thought to have used much of the stone from abandoned buildings at the settlement during the 13th century.

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Alne, and Ann Petty of this parish, were marr}ed April the 12th, Thomas, son of Robert and Elizabeth Bolding, was baptized July 9th, Books and journals The Victoria History of the County of Worcestershire, (), Hooke, D, Spernall Parish Survey, (), 23 Hooke, D, Spernall Parish Survey, (), a Other Hooke, D., Survey by Ordnance Survey with additions by D.

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Spernall Parish Register images - BapBannsMarBur - Some gaps - Indexed (Download) Spernall Parish RegistersWith a clickable IndexThese are copies of the original images from the parish registers as Baptisms. There are plenty of places to see and visit around Spernall.

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Whether you love hiking or cycling, Spernall is a region where 20 hidden gems are waiting to be explored and visited.

Check the top places to visit in the region and plan your next adventure today. Return to the Warwickshire Probate Records. List of Warwickshire Parishes Under the Bishop of Worcester's Probate Jurisidction in Pre [edit | edit source].

Here is an alphabetical list of those Warwickshire parishes that came under the Bishop of Worcester's pre court jurisdiction and ecclesiastical boundaries.

Spernall Parish Register images - BapBannsMarBur - Some gaps - No index (Download) Spernall Parish RegistersThese are copies of the original images from the parish registers as Baptisms, Marriages, Burials ( £ Morton Bagot is a small village in the Stratford-on-Avon district of Warwickshire, population from the Census is included within Redditch(Worcs).

It lies about miles (2 km) east of the Birmingham-Alcester road, the modern A and Roman Ryknild Street, miles (10 km) north of Alcester, miles (15 km) from Stratford upon Avon and 12 miles from Warwick, across the.

This was number 23 in the series of occasional papers produced by the Alcester and District Local History Society. In Spring I also discussed the history of Morton Bagot's pubs in the society's "Local Past" magazine, while Spernall's hostelries were mentioned in "Parish of Spernall - a History" (), which I wrote with G.

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Parish: Spernall: District: The Domesday Book was commissioned in December by William the Conqueror, who invaded England in It contains records for ab medieval settlements in the English counties south of the rivers Ribble and Tees (the border with Scotland at the time).

The Domesday Book is a detailed record of the. Marshall B. Lang - The Seven Ages of an East Lothian Parish: being the Story of Whittingehame from Earliest Times (Edinburgh: Robert Grant, ) Wick CAI (43) Morris Pottinger - Parish Life on the Pentland Firth (Thurso: Whitemaa Books, ISBN ) Yester ELN () John Muir - History of Gifford, Warwickshire Ancestors Project, Transcript of HO/ Morton Bagot, Warwickshire, Holy Trinity bapt, marr and burand monumental inscriptions for Holy Trinity, Morton Bagot, St Mary, Oldberrow and St.

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Article Spernall in Swedish Wikipedia has points for quality, points for popularity and points for Authors’ Interest (AI). This data collection contains images of Church of England baptism, marriage, and burial records in parish registers from the county of Warwickshire.

Both the British government and the church had an interest in record keeping, and a act of Parliament required ministers in the Church of England to record baptisms, marriages, and burials.

OLDBERROW, a parish forming a detached portion of the lower division of the hundred of BLACKENHURST, county of WORCESTER, 2¼ miles (W.) from Henley in Arden, containing inhabitants. The living is a discharged rectory, in the archdeaconry and diocese of Worcester, rated in the king's books at £4, and in the patronage of the Rev.

John Peachell. English: Spernall is a remote village 4 miles north of Alcester in the Parish of Oldberrow, Morton Bagot, and Spernall, in the Stratford on Avon District of Warwickshire, it had a population of It is situated on the banks of the small River Arrow, the name meaning Spera's border (of his property).Early forms of the name are Spernore.

and Spernoure in the Subsidy Roll. Spernall is a remote village 4 miles north of Alcester in the Parish of Oldberrow, Morton Bagot, and Spernall, in the Stratford on Avon District of Warwickshire, it had a population of It is situated on the banks of the small River Arrow, the name meaning Spera's border (of his property).

[1] Early forms of the name are Spernore. [2] and Spernoure in the Subsidy Roll. [3]. The parish, the lowest level of hierarchy in the medieval church, was the shared responsibility of the laity and the clergy.

Most Christians were baptized, went to confession, were married, and were buried in the parish church or churchyard; in addition, business, legal settlements, sociability, and entertainment brought people to the church, uniting secular and sacred concerns.

Spernall is a remote village and parish in Warwickshire, situated four miles north of it had a population of It is situated on the banks of the small River Arrow, the name meaning Spera's border (of his property).

Early forms of the name are Spernore, and Spernoure in the Subsidy Roll. The village consists only of the church and rectory and a few scattered farms and. The Parish Book Store has copies of the book along with Curry’s "The Power of Love: Sermons, Reflections, and Wisdom to Uplift and Inspire." Call us () to make an appointment to buy the books, place an order for the books by emailing us at [email protected] putting “order” in the subject line OR order from our.

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"'This is not the story of Katrina, of flood waters rising and then receding,' the prologue of The Parish /5(12).Spernall is a remote village 4 miles ( km) north of Alcester in the Parish of Oldberrow, Morton Bagot, and Spernall, in the Stratford on Avon District of Warwickshire, England.

In it had a population of It is situated on the banks of the small River Arrow. This included Spernall Hall, the building which preceded Hanbury Hall, although at this time Astwood was still the principal Vernon home. In Humphrey married Ann Cartwright in Claines church, and after that seems to have lived in Worcester – his in-laws may have lived in north Worcester, which is in the parish of Claines.