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The Archdeacon of Chester is a senior ecclesiastical officer in the diocese of area in which she, or he, has statutory duties is the Archdeaconry of Chester – those duties include some pastoral care and disciplinary supervision of the clergy in that area.
RA SURREY BISHOPS' TRANSCRIPTS, MARRIAGE LICENCE ALLEGATIONS AND PROBATE reprinted Bax's work (which has become virtually unobtainable) on microfiche.
The basic details of marriages in Bax's book have been incorporated in the Surrey. Click the underlined links below to access Crockford entries for Bishops, Archdeacons, Rural Deans and Parish clergy in this diocese. For information on Deaneries and Parishes, please click on the relevant Archdeaconry.
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Marriage licences Our Record Office collection of information on marriages dating back to During the period many marriages were by licence rather than by banns.
The marriage licence registers amongst the Diocesan records only give the names of the bride and groom and where they were to be married. Address: Chester Diocesan Board of Finance, Church House, Daresbury Park, Daresbury, Warrington WA4 4GE.
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Tudor period. The last of the abbots of Chester was John, or Thomas, Clark, who resigned his abbey, valued at £1, 5s. 11d. per annum, to the king Marriage licences granted within the Archdeaconry of Chester in theDiocese of Chester. book the time of the Dissolution of the Monasteries. In Henry VIII, without papal sanction, created six new episcopal sees, one of which was archdeaconry of Chester, from the Diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, and that of Richmond Ecclesiastical province: York.
Ancient diocese. Before the sixteenth century the city possessed a bishop and a cathedral, though only intermittently. Even before the Norman conquest the title "Bishop of Chester" is found in documents applied to prelates who would be more correctly described as Bishop of Mercia, or Bishop of the Council of London in had decreed the transfer of all episcopal chairs to Bishop: Bishop of Chester (vacant), Acting: the Bishop of.
The Diocese of Chester is the Church of England primarily in Cheshire – but also covers some areas outside the county. Chester Diocesan Board of Finance is a company limited by guarantee registered in England (no. ) and a registered charity (no.
) Chester Diocesan Board of Finance. An archdeacon is often responsible for administration within an archdeaconry, which is the principal subdivision of the diocese. "A cleric having a defined administrative authority delegated to him by the bishop in the whole or part of the diocese."—The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian en: Thomas Stanley, Margaret (de Stanley) Halsall.
Chester, diocese of. Chester was one of the seats of the Mercian bishops, though the bishopric was variously styled as Chester, Coventry, or (later) Coventry and Lichfield. In it was removed from Lichfield to Chester by Bishop Peter, but his successor, Robert de Limesey, moved it to Coventry ().
Source for information on Chester, diocese of: The Oxford Companion to British History. The Diocese of Chester is a Church of England diocese in the Province of York covering Cheshire. The diocese was created by King Henry VIII as part of the Henrician Reformation, inand at the time of its creation it was much larger, encompassing Lancashire also and parts of Cumberland, Flintshire, Westmorland and Victorian church reorganisations created new dioceses in the Bishop: Peter Forster.
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The Anglican records in this collection cover the Diocese of Chester which covers the historic County of Cheshire in its pre boundaries.
Cheshire Archives and Local Studies also holds registers from parishes in the Diocese of Liverpool which fall within the areas of Halton and Warrington Boroughs. Child-marriages, divorces, and ratifications, &c. in the diocese of Chester, A.D. Depositions in trials in the Bishop's court, Chester, concerning 1.
The archdeaconry of Chester, from the Diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, and that of Richmond, from York, were combined to form the new see, and the abbey church, now the cathedral, was to be served by a dean and six prebends, the complaisant ex-abbot becoming the first dean.
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Search for local Religious Organisations near you on on: Bishops House Abbey Square, Chester, CH1 2JD. Chester Arts & Faith Network. likes. The Arts & Faith Network provides a hospitable space in which artists and local churches can be in touch with one ers: Mothers' Union in the Diocese of Chester Parishes in the Diocese of Chester that have web pages.
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Founding date. categories. Religious organisation Christian church. STORY. Who are we. The Diocese of Chester is the Church of England primarily in Cheshire – but also covers some areas outside the county. ABOUT SAINT CHESTER He was a man who was taken in as a boy, and loved.
He grew to be a man, and as a man, he took in as many boys as he could reasonably store and feed, and he was the shepherd to them until his late years when blindness afflicted him, and he succumbed to an unknown disease.
He was a cobbler, but he is not the patron saint of. Safeguarding and vulnerability policy and procedures Chester Cathedral is committed to being a safe and caring place for all. This means that we must promote a safe environment and culture, safely recruit and support all staff and volunteers, respond promptly to every safeguarding concern or allegation and to those that may pose a present risk to others, care [ ].
Diocese of Chester. Type of Jurisdiction: Diocese Metropolitan: Archdiocese of York; Rite: Latin (or Roman) Country: England Region: Great Britain. Past Ordinaries. George Coates † (1 Apr Ordained Bishop - Died) Cuthbert Scott † (6 Jul Appointed - 21 Jun Resigned).
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