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3 edition of registers of the united parishes of St. Lawrence & St. John, Southampton. found in the catalog.

registers of the united parishes of St. Lawrence & St. John, Southampton.

Barry N. D. Chinchen

registers of the united parishes of St. Lawrence & St. John, Southampton.

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Published by Barry N.D. Chinchen in [Eastleigh, Hampshire .
Written in English

  • Southampton (England),
  • St. Lawrence"s Parish (Southampton, England),
  • St. John"s Parish (Southampton, England),
  • England,
  • Southampton (Hampshire)
    • Subjects:
    • Registers of births, etc. -- England -- Southampton (Hampshire),
    • Church records and registers -- England -- Southampton (Hampshire),
    • Southampton (England) -- Genealogy.,
    • St. Lawrence"s Parish (Southampton, England) -- Registers.,
    • St. John"s Parish (Southampton, England) -- Registers.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsSt. Lawrence"s Parish (Southampton, England), St. John"s Parish (Southampton, England)
      LC ClassificationsCS436.S67 C45 1976
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[72] leaves :
      Number of Pages72
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3808567M
      LC Control Number81114951

      John Francis Nash Eyre (or Nash-Eyre) () trained at St Bees and was ordained deacon by the Archbishop of York in as curate of St Lawrence Kirkby Misperton, near Pickering, living at various addresses in the parish (Great Habton, Foston and Barugh); two years later he was declared an insolvent debtor, and went on to serve brief curacies. Church Officials Dorchester Dorset. NOTE: Although St Peters it is the largest and the principal church in the town, it was only a chapel to the Church of Holy Trinity, and had been since , and perhaps even before that; yet there are two instances in the Sarum Registers when the king presented it as a distinct the municipal records of Dorchester in and a legal case that. The two-year construction of St. Mark's (originally St. John the Evangelist) began in on land donated by John David Smith. The bell, still in use, was donated by Jonathan Walton in With an enlargement and alterations to windows and tower, the church approached it present size, form, and Gothic appearance. Through the generosity of donors, the Anglican Foundation has been able to foster Anglican presence across the country by funding innovative ministry and diverse infrastructure projects and theological formation throughout the Canadian church – from coast to coast to coast. Click on a diocese below to read about some of the recent projects that AFC .

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