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the territorial jurisdiction of an archdeacon

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As a bishop, you go out and visit churches, but it's kind of you're there and then you're gone," he said, noting that while walking the Chatham archdeaconry, he often spent two or three days in a single multi-point parish.
Depending upon wealth and status, the probate documents of testators from Brightwalton prior to 1858 were proved in a series of ecclesiastical courts, from the Archdeaconry of Berkshire (the local Archdeacon's Court), through the Consistory Court of Sarum (the Bishop's Court), to the Prerogative Court of Canterbury (the Archbishop's Court).
He was a Life Member of the Yorkshire Association of Change Ringers, and a leading member of the Halifax Archdeaconry Guild of Change Ringers, in which he served a number of terms as chairman.
The first phase of the Canterbury Collection project will see an online version of the parish registers of the historic Archdeaconry of Canterbury, to be published in the coming weeks at findmypast.
Burson, "The Early Fifteenth-Century Clergy in the Archdeaconry of Exeter: Social Origins and Roles," Ph.
Wills of the Archdeaconry of Suffolk: 1620-1624, Suffolk Record Society 31 (Woodbridge, Suffolk), 42-3; and Bury, Suffolk Record Office: IC 500/1/90 (175), single sheet.
Calendar of Wills and Administrations Relating to the County of Leicester, Proved in the Archdeaconry Court of Leicester, 14951649, and in the Peculiars of St.
He he also has plans to "revive the agriculture program by establishing demonstration gardens at the Parish of Amadi and Lozoh and to train agricultural extension workers in the diocese," and will look for more partners to "revive the church clinic of the seven archdeaconry of Lui diocese.
Working closely with the Bishop and his senior team Reverend Prys will help to shape and deliver this new area of ministry whilst continuing to support public worship through officiating at services within the Archdeaconry.
The Walsall Archdeaconry covers 111 churches across the Black Country.
The Bishop of Wolverhampton, the Rt Revd Clive Gregory, said: "Bob Jackson has inspired, counselled and encouraged the mission of churches of all traditions and shown great pastoral sensitivity in his care for the clergy and congregations of his Archdeaconry.
97) Archidiaconal articles for the Archdeaconry of Lewes in the same diocese as late as 1785 even reverted to the formulation "Are there any of your parish who under the pretence of liberty of conscience neglect all public worship of God?
The diocese of Chartres was to experience a number of stole disputes involving pastoral visitations, and in response to the archdeacon of Pinserais, the complainant in an action against members of his archdeaconry, his clergy referred to the Amiens case as an authority to be followed in their factum or formal legal brief: (28) "And the court will no doubt remember the famous judgment it gave on December 30, 1669, between Mgr.