6 edition of The Catholic Gentry of Yorkshire, 1536-1642 found in the catalog.
September 30, 2007 by Edwin Mellen Pr .
Written in English
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The Catholic Gentry of Yorkshire, Resistance and Accommodation by Sarah L. Bastow (Author)Author: Sarah L. Bastow. Academic Book: Catholic Gentry of Yorkshire, This book is a revisionist study of English Catholicism among the Yorkshire gentry in Pages: Get this from a library.
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Abstract. This book is a revisionist study of English Catholicism among the Yorkshire gentry in the century following the English : Sarah L. Bastow. The Catholic Gentry of Yorkshire, Resistance and Accommodation This book is a revisionist study of English Catholicism among the Yorkshire gentry in the century following the English : Sarah L.
Bastow. The Catholic Gentry of Yorkshire, by Sarah L. Bastow,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. This book is a revisionist study of English Catholicism among the Yorkshire gentry in the century following the English Reformation.
Previous works on the topic have tended to overemphasize the heroic sacrifice of prominent males and priests, while downgrading the role of others in the maintenance of Catholicism in the : Sarah L.
Bastow. J.C.H. Aveling, Post Reformation Catholicism in East Yorkshire, (York, ); The Catholic Recusants of the West Riding of Yorkshire (Proceedings of the Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society, 10 , ); Northern Catholics: The Catholic Recusants of the North Riding of Yorkshire (London, ); Catholic Recusancy in the City of Author: Sarah L.
Bastow. This study looks at the responses of the Yorkshire Catholic gentry to the immense\ud changes to their religious landscape in the early modem period, between and\ud Author: Sarah L. Bastow. ‘Worth Nothing, but Very Wilful’; Catholic Recusant Women of Yorkshire, – In a survey of Catholics was taken by the Archbishop of York and the Queen’s commissioners.
It recorded the name, place of residence, status and Cited by: 5. The Catholic Gentry of Yorkshire, Resistance and Accommodation (Edwin Mellen Press, ). Bastow, Sarah L., ‘Worth Nothing, but very Wilful’: Catholic Recusant Women of Yorkshire, ′, Recusant History, 25/4 (October ), The Pilgrimage of Grace was a popular uprising that began in Yorkshire in Octoberbefore spreading to other parts of Northern England including Cumberland, Northumberland and north Lancashire, under the leadership of lawyer Robert on: York, Yorkshire, England.
Recusancy, from the Latin recusare, was the state of those The Catholic Gentry of Yorkshire refused to attend Anglican services during the history of England, Wales and Ireland.
The term was first used to refer to people, known as recusants, who remained loyal to the pope and the Roman Catholic Church and did not attend Church of England services. The " Recusancy Acts" began during the reign. The surviving Subsidy Books and Poor Rate Books for 16th and 17th century York show that, out of a population ofhouseholds, only householders contributed to Subsidies, and to Poor Rates.
(York City Records, passim).Cited by: 1. This "Cited by" count includes citations to the following articles in Scholar. Catholic Recusant Women of Yorkshire, – SL Bastow.
British Catholic History 25 (4),The Catholic gentry of Yorkshire Resistance and accommodation. SL Bastow. Edwin Mellen Press, 7: An abortive attempt to. Northern Catholics: the Catholic recusants of the North Riding of Yorkshire, Studies in theology and church history: Author: John Cedric H.
Aveling: Publisher: Chapman, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Sep 8, Length: pages: Subjects. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top The coats of arms of the nobility and gentry of Yorkshire--by Turner, J.
Horsfall (Joseph Horsfall, b. Pages: This is an incomplete index of the current and historical principal family seats of English royal, titled and landed gentry families.
Some of these seats are no longer occupied by the families with which they are associated, and some are ruinous – e.g.
Lowther Castle. This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. At the same time, and especially after the defeat of Jacobitism inthe Catholic gentry became more fully integrated into the social life of their local communities.
Now Alexander Lock’s book takes the form of a careful and thorough study of one Catholic gentleman and landowner, Sir Thomas Gascoigne of Parlington Hall in the West Riding Author: G M Ditchfield. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.
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4 Book/Film/Article review 3 Web publication/site 1 Anthology 1 Conference contribution 1 Foreword/postscript 1 Editorial 1 Review article 1. The Catholic Gentry of Yorkshire, Resistance and Accommodation (Hardback) Sarah L.
Bastow £ Hardback. This book takes as a case study the upbringing and experiences of an important though little studied eighteenth-century Catholic baronet Sir Thomas Philip Stephen Gascoigne, 8th Bart (–) of Parlington Hall, near Aberford in the West Riding of Yorkshire.
This latest publication in the record series of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society (YAS) adds to the previous work of the volume’s editors on the Middleton family of Stockeld, who were members of the Catholic gentry in Yorkshire (Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, vols.
72 and 75).Members of the Middleton family were involved in some of the most important political Author: M.A. Jervis. Burke's Peerage and Landed Gentry. This free collection contains images of the pedigrees contained in Burke's Peerage and Burke's Landed Gentry, for Great Britain and Ireland.
We have indexed the volumes by both pedigree title and by family name. The search results are linked to the images in the image browser so you can also navigate from there.
Note: (1) Notley, Gerrard, Slye, and Thompson belonged to families mentioned in book “The Landed Gentry of England ” as possessing large estates in Somerset and Dorset counties England; per the “ The Catholic Historical Review ”.
(2) In Thomas Notley’s will he says “he is a friend of Capt. Slye and his wife Jane”.File Size: 43KB. YAHS Record Series. Since the Society was founded, over book-length volumes have been published in the Record Series.
Generally these are transcriptions of medieval or modern historical documents, with an editor's introduction. Thanks to this series, significant sources have been made accessible, and interpreted, for a wider readership. Sarah Bastow is Head of History at the University of Huddersfield and the author of The Catholic Gentry of Yorkshire, – Resistance and Accommodation.
From the Introduction “John Jewel and the Invention of the Church of England”. East Yorkshire. The Catholic community in post-Reformation East Yorkshire. Catholic prayer books, books of theology or devotion the more extremist or disappointed gentry were left in the cold.
to attempt futile local risings in Buckrose and Harthill in. and in Dickering in and. Sarah Bastow is Head of History at the University of Huddersfield and the author of The Catholic Gentry of Yorkshire, – Resistance and Accommodation.
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Consisting of history, anecdotes and important events, it also includes lists of ministers and preachers, the roll of honour for World War 1 and over 30 photographs of important local people. The Pilgrimage of Grace was an uprising, or rather several uprisings, that took place in the north of England between and The people rose against what they saw as the heretical and tyrannical rule of Henry VIII and his chief minister Thomas of thousands of people in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire were involved in the uprising, making the.
Lealholm is a small village in the Glaisdale civil parish of the Borough of Scarborough, in North Yorkshire, is sited at a crossing point of the River Esk, in Eskdale which is within the North York Moors National is miles ( km) by road from the nearest town of Whitby, and approximately 27 miles (43 km) from both Middlesbrough and parish: Glaisdale.
During the penal period Catholicism was strongest in the northern counties and Catholic children were sent abroad to be educated. Obviously this applied only to the upper classes, but a disproportionate number of them were of the old faith - 25% of the gentry, compared with 4% for the whole population, of Yorkshire was Catholic.
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Catholic Online is a Project of Your Catholic Voice Foundation, a Not-for-Profit Corporation. Your Catholic Voice Foundation has been granted a recognition of tax exemption under Section (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The book examines how in the diocese of Middlesbrough (which comprises the old North and East Ridings of Yorkshire including Hull and York) Catholic faith and practice developed from a position where old Catholic gentry families were central through to the establishment of the Catholic hierarchy and large-scale immigration in the nineteenth.
Reformation of the Church study guide by LucySimmo includes questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. Quizlet flashcards, activities and .- This decline gave Henry and Cromwell their first motive for the dissolution of the monasteries.
As head of the Church, the King could order inspections for any religious establishment. Survey carried out inby Cromwell.The English Catholic community has not hitherto been well served by its historians or publicists.
In this century, the reality of a fascinating story has been hopelessly blurred by the romantic pseudo-medievalism of Belloc and Chesterton and, more recently, by the equally misleading nostalgic snobbery of Waugh in Brideshead Revisited.
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