By Donald A. Spaeth
This e-book seems at well known faith in early glossy England, utilizing specific debts of neighborhood conflicts to deliver the faith of standard humans to existence. not like different reviews, it examines now not magical ideals yet orthodox faith. It counters the view that well known and elite tradition in Europe and Britain grew to become polarized by way of displaying how the gentry and folks cooperated in regulating faith. yet whereas the clergy didn't deserve their bad acceptance, their defensiveness additionally avoided them from satisfying renowned non secular wishes.
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D5/28, 1679, f. 55; 1678, f. 2. May was presumably a curate. A new incumbent, Daniel Stockwood, arrived in 1681. D5/28, 1668, f. 13. The curate gave a bond promising to perform no more clandestine marriages, but he soon broke his promise and tried to recover his bond. D1/14/1(d), f. 83. The bishop granted both requests and Perry’s collation to Marlborough and the prebendary were recorded on 23 January 1685. D1/2/23, ff. 27v–28. 94 Villagers naturally turned to the minister for help at times of crisis.
86–7. Introduction 21 glebe land also purposely . . to defraud the church of its due rights’. The churchwardens sold the church-house for use as a stable and allowed part of the churchyard to be enclosed so that the church-way was covered with dung. Individuals also allowed their sheep to feed on the parson’s wheat. The difficulty of disentangling the issues of nonconformity, irreligion, anticlericalism and finance in Hilperton can be seen by considering Anthony Richman Sr, one of the ringleaders of those who were bitterly opposed to the minister.
175. Unless otherwise indicated, references in this section are based on D5/22/18, ff. 17–22v, 25–8, and on another copy of the testimony in D5/22/17, ff. 12–30. For more details of Randall’s extreme behaviour and of the management of the correctional suit brought against him, see pp. 97–100, 9 130–1, 208–9. D21/2/3, f. 80. Deponents to an Exchequer suit testified that the benefice was worth £18 or £20 a year. PRO, E134/30 Charles II East 7. By 1707, the estimated value had risen to £30. J. Ecton, Liber valorum et decimarum (London, 1711).
The Church in an Age of Danger: Parsons and Parishioners, 1660-1740 by Donald A. Spaeth