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Clergy

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Single Item

Album of photographs of clergymen, mainly of the Church of England

Album of photographs of clergymen, mainly of the Church of England
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. misc. d. 707
Extents: 26 Leaves
Dates: c. 1868
Collection

John Walker Collection

John Walker's collection consists of papers on which he based his Attempt towards...an Account of the numbers and sufferings of the Clergy of the Church of England...who were sequester'd. harass'd. &c., in the late times of the Grand Rebellion, occasion'd by the ninth chapter...of Dr Calamy's Abridgment of the Life of Mr Baxter... (London, 1714). The papers include a large number of original communications from all parts of England, but especially Devonshire, as…
Extents: 27 shelfmarks
Dates: 1646-1715
Collection

Letters of John Randolph

Letters of John Randolph to his brother-in-law, the Rev. Thomas Lambard, Rector of Ash, Kent.
Extents: 4 shelfmarks
Dates: 1784-1810
Collection

Notebooks of Geoffrey Baskerville

Notebooks of Geoffrey Baskerville, mainly relating to his English monks and the suppression of the monasteries (London, 1937), including: Monastic houses and clergy Tudor history and the Reformation in England History of southern Italy from the 9th to the 13th century Manuscripts
Extents: 46 shelfmarks
Dates: [?20th century]
Collection

Papers of the Banbury Clerical Society

The papers of the Banbury Clerical Society consist of minute books, 1874-1973; volumes of notes on scriptural texts studied at meetings, 1852-1969; miscellaneous papers including accounts and lists of members; and a copy of P. Sabatier, Vie de S. François d'Assise (34th ed., n.d., Paris).
Extents: 35 shelfmarks
Dates: 1852-1973
Single Item

Typescript collections of C. H. Mayo on the Mayo family

Typescript collections of C. H. Mayo on the Mayo family, 20th century.
Shelfmark: MS. Top. gen. d. 46
Extents: 356 Leaves
Dates: 20th century