4 edition of A Handlist of the Denbighshire Quarter Sessions records found in the catalog.
A Handlist of the Denbighshire Quarter Sessions records
|Other titles||Denbighshire Quarter Sessions records.|
|Statement||edited by A. G. Veysey.|
|Series||Handlist / Clwyd Record Office -- no.5, Handlist (Clwyd Record Office) -- no.5.|
|Contributions||Veysey, A. G. 1934-, Clwyd Record Office.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v ;|
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The records of Denbighshire Quarter Sessions have survived in great quantity, and are earlier in date than those of any other Welsh county, apart from Caernarfonshire. See other Finding Aids, 2. Most of the court's records for the periodincluding two order books, are among the Chirk Castle MSS and Documents in the National Library of › Home.
Ellis, Bryn. Denbighshire Quarter Sessions rolls in the eighteenth century. roads, bridges and public buildings Trafodion (Denbighshire Historical Society), Vol. 51 () Veysey, A G. (ed) A Handlist of the Denbighshire Quarter Session Records Hawarden ; Description and Travel Somerset (England).
County Records Committee. Interim handlist of Somerset Quarter Sessions documents and other official records. Taunton, H. King, Clerk of the County Council, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: I P Collis; Somerset (England).
County Records :// Staffordshire Assize Calendars -- v. 16 (). A Rental of the Borough of Burton, ; A Staffordshire Quarter Sessions Fine Book, ; Matthew Cradock's Book of Rememberance, ; The Stoke-upon-Trent Parish Listing, -- v. 17 (). Denbighshire Quarter Sessions Order Book, to Archive information Location British Library Shelf mark Add MS Court location.
Ruthin (Ruthin Parish), Denbighshire Payment details for Denbighshire Quarter Sessions, Ruthin, 15 July Payment to Gratuity Some records of proceedings before the Cheltenham sessions of the peace, in the 15th and early 16th Centuries, have been preserved in the Public Record Office (P.R.O., SC 2//), and records of the Slaughter sessions (held at Stow-on-the-Wold) in the early sixteen-hundreds are among muniments of the Whitmore family, now deposited in the › Home.
Denbighshire Archives, not available at The National Archives and cause the lists to be entered into a book by the clerk of the peace, and to be kept amongst the records of the court of quarter sessions (s.4).
According to the Act of 4 and 5 Wm. and Mary c () jury qualification was the possession of freehold or copyhold land to the › Home. Devon - Court Records. A large variety of Quarter Session Records are held by the Devon Record Office.
A listing, Assizes and Quarter Sessions in Exeter, is available from them, and a more recent summary of their holdings is to be found in: Chiswell, Ann. Coroner's Accounts for the County of Devon from Easter session to the following Michaelmas :// 8 Oct[ober] allowed 5 s.
quarter in the first vacated place aftre that John ap Hugh of Llanverwyd be admitted the record entred in booke To the Right Worshipful the Justices of the Peace of the county of Denbigh sitting in open Quarter Sessions at Ruthin in the county of Denbigh the 8th of October Collections for a History of Staffordshire is an ongoing series of publications containing a wealth of material relating to the county.
The series commenced in and is published by the Staffordshire Record Society which was known as the William Salt Archaeological Society prior to ?q=big/eng/STS/Bibliography/CHS.
Denbighshire Quarter Sessions records, including order books,rolls,and a book of indictments, ; Denbighshire militia records,and related local government records, ; business papers of Sir Thomas Myddelton (); personal and estate correspondence from c; literary manuscripts, c Quarter Sessions records are arguably the oldest records and the main reason for creating the Record Offices for each county.
Bedfordshire Archives & Records Service, Bedford Quarter Sessions records for the county and some for Bedford Borough are listed in the Guide to the Bedfordshire Archives & Records Service by Joyce Godber, :// Denbighshire Quarter Sessions records, including order books,rolls,and a book of indictments, ; Denbighshire militia records,and related local government records, ; business papers of Sir Thomas Myddelton (); personal and estate correspondence from c; literary manuscripts, c ?sf_culture=cy.
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A brief guide to records and aids in Newcastle upon Tyne" (price 2/6) contains an appendix listing the more important Railway plans up to and the date of the Act where this was passed. Introduction; Handlist of Deposited Plans; Index of Northumberland Townships; Subject Index. Held by: › Home.
To the Right Worshipful the Justices of Peace now at Denbigh sitting in Quarter Sessions held for the county of Denbigh. book.> Key Facts Date of petition 15 July Name of petitioner Records of payments.
Denbighshire Quarter Sessions, Denbigh, 15 July ; Share. Copied. Try again. To the Right Worshipful the Justices of Peace at this present Quarter Sessions held for the said county.
Entered in book. Key Facts Date of petition 13 July Name of petitioner John Piers Type of petitioner Records of payments. Denbighshire Quarter Sessions, Wrexham, 13 July ; Share. Copied. Try again. 16 (). A Rental of the Borough of Burton, ; A Staffordshire Quarter Sessions Fine Book, ; Matthew Cradock's Book of Rememberance, ; A Staffordshire Quarter Sessions Fine Book, pp.
Douglas A. Johnson. Matthew Cradock’s Book of Remembrance pp. Ann J. Kettle. The Stoke upon Trent Parish Listing, pp. David Alan Gatley, Laura Margaret Midgley, Sheena Bateman. Fourth Series Volume XVII  The Staffordshire Reports of Andrew Thompson to ?page_id= Denbighshire Highway Boards, records of.
Archive Collection. under powers granted by the General Highway Act and the Highways Act which gave the powers to the justices in Quarter Sessions to make orders constituting Highway Districts. There was a board consisting of the waywardens for each elected by every parish and the local.
The records of the Bubwith Preparatory Meeting are held at Leeds University Library, under reference MS /2 (Clifford Street archive), B 19,; L The 8 items in the collection cover the periodand there is a printed catalogue (Handlist 75)The town of Denbigh was founded in by Henry de Lacy, 3rd Duke of Lincoln and was granted a borough charter in Boroughs such as Denbigh were afforded a measure of self-government as well as trading rights such as the right to hold a fair and a market; the boroughs were established by a charter or a series of ://Copy Quarter Sessions documents concerning Ruthin gaol and notes on gaol NTD/37 Copy family tree and newspaper article concerning Revd Richard Jones, Ruthin.
c NTD/38 Photocopies of sale catalogues of Rhyd y Bill, Rhewl; Pool Park and Llewesog ://