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The Register of William Melton, Archbishop of York, 1317-1340, III (Canterbury & York Society)

Rosalind M.T. Hill

The Register of William Melton, Archbishop of York, 1317-1340, III (Canterbury & York Society)

by Rosalind M.T. Hill

  • 224 Want to read
  • 12 Currently reading

Published by Canterbury & York Society .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • British & Irish history: c 1000 to c 1500,
  • Ecclesiology & Church government,
  • c 1000 CE to c 1500,
  • Religion,
  • History - General History,
  • Yorkshire,
  • History / Medieval,
  • World history,
  • History,
  • Medieval

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages1224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11375586M
    ISBN 100907239366
    ISBN 109780907239369

    The Register of William Melton, Archbishop of York, , Volume 1 liked it avg rating — 1 rating — published Want to Read saving /5(4).   On 1 st November John de Halton, Bishop of Carlisle died. He had been bishop since and was a former canon and cellar at Carlisle cathedral. [5] Master John de Skiren, rector of Marton, was appointed by Archbishop Melton of York to administrate the Diocese of Carlisle during the vacancy in the see.

    History and activities. The Society was founded in The genealogist and publisher W.P.W. Phillimore was prominent in its establishment. Its name was taken from those of the two provinces of the Church of England, Canterbury and York; and its joint presidents are the two current Archbishops of Canterbury and York.. It endeavours to publish one volume a year: its th volume appeared in Archbishop William Melton and the Tradition of Loyal Opposition to the English Crown, Tuesday 21 January , PM Speaker(s): Prof. Mark Ormrod (York, Emeritus)Start Date:

    The register of William Melton, Archbishop of York, [ - ] Catholic Church. Province of York (England). Archbishop ( Melton) Indexes to Volumes I-III / Kelcey Wilson-Lee & Patrick N.R. Zutshi. Nielsen Book Data) Register of William Bateman nos Appendices: transcribed entries-- institutions, collations. HUA Register van den raad Th.1 [] HUA Register van den raad Th.2 [] Borthwick Institute for Archives, York (BIA) BIA CP.E Cause papers, 14th c. York Minster Library, York (YML) YML M 2(1)b Consistory court act book January – .


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ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Format: Hardcover. Get this from a library. The register of William Melton, Archbishop of York, Vol. [William Melton; T C B Timmins; Catholic Church.

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vii+ Woodbridge: Boydell Press (for The Canterbury and York Society), £ 0 56 0; III book The register of William Melton, archbishop of York, –, V. Edited by T. Timmins.

(The Canterbury and York Society, ) Pp. The register of Archbishop William Melton is one of the largest and most comprehensive to survive. Its backbone is the institution of clergy and licences to them, papal provisions and ordination of vicars and chantries, but it also contains a wealth of material for social history.

During the period it covers, the East Riding of Yorkshire was flourishing, and a number of entries in the register. The Register of William Melton, Archbishop of York, III. Canterbury and York Soci Dates: Document date: /11/24 (certain) People and Groups: The Register of William Melton, Archbishop of York, III.

Canterbury and York Soci Dates: Document date: /06/07 (certain). MELTON, WILLIAM de (d. ), archbishop of York, was born of humble parentage at Melton, in the parish of Welton, near Hull; his parents' names are unknown, but he had a brother Henry, whose son, Sir William de Melton, was his heir.

Not surprisingly, the archbishop had accumulated a considerable fortune of his own, being rich enough to bequeath the impressive sum of £ for building works at York Minister. His nephew and heir, Sir William Melton, was consequently well placed to make a socially advantageous marriage, taking as his wife Joan, the daughter of Anthony, Lord.

Other registers exist in book format, like the register of William Melton, Archbishop from tonow divided between two volumes (Reg 9A and Reg 9B), with several sections already having been examined in the editions published by the Canterbury and York Society, whose work on this register is ongoing (see the Reading List below).

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Buy The Register of William Melton, Archbishop of York,VI by David Robinson from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones. The Register of William Melton, Archbishop of York,V (Canterbury & York Society) Hardcover – Aug by T.C.B. Timmins (Editor) Book 4 of 6 in the Register of William Melton SeriesFormat: Hardcover.

The Register of William Melton, Archbishop of York,Volume 1. by Rosalind M.T. Hill. 1 Ratings published 1 edition. The archbishop of York is a senior bishop in the Church of England, second only to the archbishop of archbishop is the diocesan bishop of the Diocese of York and the metropolitan bishop of the Province of York, which covers the northern regions of England (north of the Trent) as well as the Isle of archbishop of York is an ex officio member of the House of Lords and is.

Reg Melton 2 = The Register of William Melton, archbishop of York –, ed. Robinson, David, vol. 2, Canterbury and York Society, 72 (Torquay ) Repertorium poenitentiariae Germanicum, ed. Schmugge, Ludwig, et al., 7 vols. to date (Tübingen –). The register of William Melton, Archbishop of York, Archbishop ( Melton) Contributor Hill, Rosalind M.

Registrum Willelmi Melton. Subjects. Subject Melton, William, approximately > Manuscripts > Catalogs. Bibliographic information. Beginning date Series [Canterbury and York series] ; v.76, Archbishop of York Bishopric anglican Arms of the Archbishop of York: Gules, two keys in saltire the wards upwards argent in c.

The Archbishop of York is the metropolitan bishop of the Province of York and is the junior of the two archbishops of the Church of England after the Archbishop of Canterbury. [4] Since 5 Octoberthe incumbent is the Most Reverend John Sentamu who is also an ex officio member of the House of Lords.

WILLIAM DE MELTON. Archbishop of York and treasurer of England; b. Melton, near Hull, in Yorkshire, date unknown; d. April 5, Probably because of the influence of Anthony Bek, Bishop of Durham, he came as a boy of humble parentage to the service of Edward Carnarvon, Prince of Wales, who shaped his political and ecclesiastical ordination Melton began to receive.The register of William Melton, Archbishop of York, The mission of the Catholic Church / by Cardinal Moran, Archbishop of Sydney Pastoral letter for the Lenten season, / by the Cardinal Archbishop of Sydney.

In Henry III directed that no Irishman was to be elected or promoted in any cathedral church as disturbances would ensure. Register of William Melton, Archbishop of York,vol. 1, no. [34] May McKisack, The Fourteenth Century (Oxford University Press, ), pp.

40, 41 [35] May McKisack, The Fourteenth Century.