2 edition of Register of the Synod of Galloway from October 1664 to April 1671 found in the catalog.
1856 by J. Nicholson .
Written in English
Came to New Netherlands, on ship Bontekoe (Spotted Cow). Arrived April 15 Kingston, with eight children All born in Herwynen, Province of Gelderland Holland. Aeldert Heymansen Roosa was born around in Herwijnen, a town in the province of Gelderland in the Netherlands. Nothing is known for certain about his early life. Ap [Kelton] Minute of Tack by Gilbert McCartney of Halketleaths to William McCartney in “Arnamri”, of the land of Kirkland (parish of Kelton). Dated at Furber croft on Ap and witnessed by James Black in Kelton Mill, John McMin and John McAirty in .
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Excerpt from The Register of the Synod of Galloway, From October to April He had no sooner set his foot on English ground than we find him laying it down as an axion, that No Bishop no King.
This absurd notion and a desire to carry it into practise was the cause of all the vils which befel the Church of Scotland for many a long : Church of Scotland Synod of Galloway. Full text of "Register of the Synod of Galloway from October to April " See other formats.
Church of Scotland. Synod of Galloway. Register of the Synod of Galloway, from October to April Kirkcudbright: Printed and published by J. Nicholson, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Church of Scotland. Synod of Galloway. OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages ; 23 cm.
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The register of S. Chad's College, Denstone, from the opening of the school in February to April ; Author Denstone College. Published Register of the Synod of Galloway from October to April (Kirkcudbright, ) Large Description of Galloway by Andrew Symson (Edinburgh ) The Kirkcudbright Sheriff Court Deeds provide the most comprehensive record of everyday life in seventeenth century Galloway.
Andrew Symson, The Register of the Synod of Galloway, from October to April (Kirkcudbright: J. Nicholson, ) –5. Andrew Symson, author of the Description of Galloway, was the Episcopalian minister of Kirkinner. Google ScholarAuthor: Lizanne Henderson.
Minute Book of the War-Committee of the Covenanters in the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright (Kirkcudbright, ) Register of the Synod of Galloway from October to April (Kirkcudbright, ) Large Description of Galloway by Andrew Symson (Edinburgh ).
Full text of "Register of the Diocesan Synod of Dunblane, " See other formats. From The Register of the Synod of Galloway: October to April published by J. Nicholson: Kirkcudbright: 6 The situation in Buittle parish was complicated by ‘sundry scandals generally reported against William Harvey, minister there’ - Harvey was alleged to have 'granted the benefit of marriage to a man lying under the gross.
Register of the synod of Galloway from October to April (Kirkendbright, J. Nicholson, ), by Church of Scotland. Synod of Galloway (page images at HathiTrust) Sermons / (Edinburgh: Printed for the Wodrow Society, ), by Robert Bruce, W.
Cunningham, and Robert Wodrow (page images at HathiTrust). In the Register of the Synod of Galloway, (Published by John Nicholson, Kirkcudbright.) Robert Maxwell of Breoch and his wife are found under date 31st October in the list of excommunicated Papists of the parish of Buittle ; and at the same time, on the list of professed Papists not yet excommunicated, are Edward Maxwell in Breach and his.
Birth Gilbert Newaill child of Robert and Agnes at South Leith. NEWAILL GILBERT ROBERT NEWAILL/AGNES MITCHELL FR (FR) 0. 02/04/ /2 30 Leith South.
supplication by Adam Newall in behalf of some people and tenants in Annandale. The Family History Index is an index of over 2, separate files deposited by researchers with the Society over a period of almost 50 years.
Each file contains research on a specific family or number of families and there may be a number of files for a given family. The files range in size from one page to substantial family histories running. [In the Synod of Galloway's Act,anent uniformity among ministers, it is stated that "every minister should close his prayer by saying of the Lord's prayer, and should close ye psalm with ye doxologie." Register of the Synod of Galloway from Oct.
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The Pedigrees and Heraldry of the Murrays The Heraldry of the Murrays. with notes on all the males of the family, descriptions of the arms, plates and pedigrees.
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It can be full, complete story or just some notes of eyewitness about a concrete action. Register of the Synod of Galloway From October to April Church of Scotland Synod of Galloway. *(Register of the Synod of Galloway from, October to April(ed A. Symson). pp 34, 37, ) Several ministers within the Presbytry of Kirkcudbright are defective of Sessions by and through the unwillingness of their parishioners to joyne with them.
The LDS Glasgow Branch records (FHS# ) show that Margaret was born 14 April in Fallhills, Peebles parish, Edinburgh County. A search of the Peebles parish register shows no christening record for Margaret, or her brother Andrew, and sisters, Christina (Ann), and Maria (Marion).
Zechariah Symmes (5 April Canterbury - 4 February Charlestown, Massachusetts) was an English Puritan clergyman who emigrated to the Massachusetts Bay Colony in New England and became pastor of the First Church in Charlestown, an office he held continuously from to his death in Although not one of the original Charlestown founders ofon arrival in he swiftly found.
n the far-off days, when Superstition, in close association with the “evil sister” of Ignorance, walked abroad in the land, the south-western district of Scotland shared very largely in the beliefs and terrors embraced under the general descriptive term of witchcraft.
Active interference in the routine of daily life on the part of the Prince of Darkness and his agencies was fully believed in. There are no entries November –MayJanuary –Januaryexcept two for April –February There is one entry for June –January and no entries –Octoberafter which date the upper portion of several pages was destroyed.
Anna Thompson was born on Apin Fairfield, New Jersey. She died in in her hometown at the age of (4GGF) Lemuel Whitaker was born on Jin Fairfield, New Jersey when his father, Lewis, was 38 and his mother, Anna, was He married Ruth Barker on April.
WILLIAM GALLOWAY born DecemHe married MARY GOUDY (GOUDIE) on Ma in Ayr, Ayrshire, daughter of JOHN GOUDY and ANNA FARQUHAR. She was born October 2, in Riccarton, Ayr. She was born October 2, in Riccarton, Ayr.
A controversy extending from April 30 to Aug arose in the Charlestown Church because of criticisms by Lieut. John Cutler and a Mr.
Russell of the preceedings of Mr. Morton, the minister. Charlestown Church Records in New England Historic-Genealogical Register, xxv.
In his marriage license, issued in Virginia, Aphe is styled "Thomas alias Sackford Brewster, of Sackford Hall, in the county of Suffolk, gent." Surry Records.
Brewton, John (d. ), Stafford county; legacy in his will to John, son of Thomas Brewton, of Gloucester, in England.
1st October to 10th October a non-Jesuit teacher in the College. FRANCISCO FER ("L'ABBE") 1st October to 10th October a non-Jesuit teacher in the College. STUDENTS Hugh Semple, Administrator, 1. THOMAS BROWN. April - Protector-in-Council issues commonwealth charter for Connecticut, that provides the absorption of New Haven Colony, and self government.
17 October - Sale of Dunkirk to France. Theaters allowed to stage all sorts of plays. This was banned between to INTRODUCTION. THE life of Cornelius van Bynkershoek (Aug Ap ) affords one of the rare examples of perfect harmony between outward and inward conditions that make life happy and and educated in a well-to-do family, he combined an iron constitution with a gifted intellect and a well-balanced mind.
24 April – six Scotch whisky distilleries combine to form Distillers Company. 16 October – the Abertay light vessel is moored on station off Dundee, Scotland's first lightvessel.
22 October – Blantyre mining disaster: Scotland’s worst-ever mining accident kills over Centuries: 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st. Recorded Monday, 15 April Roger Dixon, Clerk DEED BOOK Fpg - October John Thomas and wife Sarah of Culpeper County to Michael Smith of the County aforesaid for the sum of pounds 12 shillings current money of Virginia for acres in Culpeper Co.
and being on Deep Run being part of tract of land formerly granted. David Doig of Reswallie and Janet Dall and Agnes Dall + 3 Generations Back. Sasine to David Dog in lands of Aberlemno and Henwallburn, recorded in the Particular Register of Sasines for Forfar, Minute Book, folioOctober 17 - Papers of the Scrymgeour Wedderburn of Wedderburn Family, Earls of Dundee, NAS, GD/ But the book which was most damaging to the opponents of Humanism was beyond doubt the /Epistolae virorum obscurorum/.
It was a work consisting of two volumes, the first brought out by Grotus Rubeanus inand the second mostly from the pen of Urich von Hutten ().
Trial of Jean M'Murray of Irelandton, Twynholm, 18 and 25 April, 2 and 9 MayKirk Session of Twynholm, quoted in Wood, Witchcraft in South-West Scotland,and Anon., History of Galloway, ii, appendix NAS, CH2//1, 6 Sept.
Letter from the Commission dated 8 Aug. Register of the Presbytery of Wigtown. NINIAN GALLOWAY was born Aug in Cathcart,Mount Florida,Renfrewshire, and died due to coronary thrombosis on March 3, in Thrums, Bowfield Rosa, West Kilbride, Ayrshire.
After publication of the banns according to the Established Church of Scotland,he married gloveworker Agnes Clarke on September 28th, in 15 Back St.;Kilmarnock.
- John TOMPSON, of Little Preston, in the Parish of Preston Capes, Northamptonshire, England made his will, 6 Nov. The will was probated on 11 April at Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
His widow, Alice (FREEMAN) TOMPSON, married second, before 30 Mayto Robert PARKE; and she died 11 February /5 at New London, Connecticut. "Susana Whitrid (her > mark) of Emsbury, widow (formerly wife of Anthony Colby), for 10 pounds conveyed to my son Isaac Colby of Haverhill, planter, 3 acres of fresh meadow in ye new town of Salisbury now called Emsberie at ye back river near to bare hill, lying on both sides of the river, Ap Children: Dorothy Hadley, Martha Colby, Abraham Colby, Elizabeth Dow, Anthony Colby.
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A Genealogical Register of the First. STEWART, ANDREW (d. ), Irish divine, was one of the four children of the Rev. Andrew Stewart (d. ) of Donegore co. Antrim, whom Robert Blair ( 0 –) [q. v.] describes as ‘a learned gentleman and fervent in spirit, and a very successful minister of the Word of God.’.