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DOWNLOAD HERE. Leeds Chapelries Register Headingley Bramley Thoresby Society Vol. XXIX Part IIPublished in Contains transcripts of -Headingley ChurchBaptisms Burials. Leeds Chapelries - Leeds chapelries register.
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From Leeds Chapelries Register: "Joshua Tetley, Head of firm of Breweries (Tadcaster) married Hannah, daughter of Francis Carbutt (Linen Merchant of Leeds)" "Richard, son of John Carbutt of Clifton, Baptised May 1, " "John Carbut of Clifton buried Decem " "William Carbut of Howden, Maye Parish History [edit | edit source].
BRADFORD (St. Peter), a borough, market-town, and parish [with several chapelries and ancient chapels attached to it], a registration district and the head of a union, in the wapentake of Morley, West Riding, comprises the townships of Allerton, North Bierley, Bowling, Bradford, Clayton, Eccleshill, Heaton, Leeds chapelries register.
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1 Citations [ S97 ] Hunslet Parish Register Transcripts, Leeds Chapelries,Page From Leeds Chapelries Register: "Joshua Tetley, Head of firm of Breweries (Tadcaster) married Hannah, daughter of Francis Carbutt (Linen Merchant of Leeds)" "Richard, son of John Carbutt of Clifton, Baptised May 1, " "John Carbut of Clifton buried Decem " "William Carbut of Howden, Maye The County Borough of Leeds, and its predecessor, the Municipal Borough of Leeds, was a local government district in the West Riding of Yorkshire, England, from to Its origin was the ancient borough of Leeds, which was reformed by the Municipal Corporations Act Inwhen West Riding County Council was formed, Leeds became a county borough outside the administrative Status: Municipal borough (–), County borough.
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Similarly, in the case of Chapel Allerton in the parish of Leeds, churchyard burials were noted in Thoresby's Diary, prior to the commencement of registers. In all cases, parish register and bishop's transcript data is continued pastright up to the latest accessions recorded at each Record Office.
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The register appears to be a combination of act entries and copy wills. The first will is recorded on page The act book entries take up pages and then are scattered throughout the register.
They may cover Jurisdiction [edit | edit source] Parishes of Kirkby Malzeard and Masham with chapelries. Microfilm/fiche copies are available at archive branches such as Leeds at Sheepscar and Kirklees in Huddersfield.
The copies made by the minister (ordered by an Act of ) and sent each year to the Bishop of the diocese (known as parish register transcripts or Bishop's transcripts) survive from and are deposited at the West Yorkshire.
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It contained eleven or twelve chapels or chapelries, in addition to the three nominal rectories in the town centre. Dio. Chester, Visitation Articles Cheshire County Record Office., EDV 7/1, and other sources.
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It focuses principally on the Heptonstall, Bradford, Halifax, and Sowerby branches. During the late 's and early 's, the West Riding of Yorkshire was a hotbed of Non-Conformists.
The front cover of the register book (EP/ 6 in the Durham Record Office) measuring x 15cm has a label boldly marked ‘Copy of Registers for Births’ and within it a faint notation: ‘By witnesses after fire’. The “first” register begins on page 5, the previous four being blank.
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