Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 3719, no. 13).
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English: Fleuron from book: A funeral sermon preach'd at Whiston, in Northamptonshire; for Mrs. Margaret Catesby, (relict of Thomas Catesby, Esq; of Ecton, in the said County) who Departed this Life on January the 12th, and was inter'd at Whiston the 19th, /7. This listing page belongs to Wikipedia:WikiProject Dictionary of National Biography, spun out of the “missing article” project, and is concerned with checking whether Wikipedia has articles for all those listed in the Dictionary of National Biography (DNB), a volume British biographical dictionary published and now in the public ry: Category:Missing encyclopedic . James was possibly living unbeneficed in St Giles's parish, where in a parishioner bequeathed him money to preach his funeral sermon. One of that name served in the Church courts in , which would not have improved Woodford's view of him: Longden MS, 8 November ; Longden, Clergy; PDR, Miscellaneous Book Va, fo. 16r. Mrs Emerton, her husband and their 2 daughters became Catholics in They were received into the Church by the Parish Priest, Father James Doran, having been impressed by a sermon preached by him at an outdoor Benediction, when, by chance, they stood to watch a Corpus Christi Procession.
Baker. t At Upton, near Northampton, are portraits of Thomas Catesby, of Whiston and Ecton, Esq., and Margaret both by Lely. 15 Simon de Hegham, by- Walter de Monte Gomeri, 4 March, Robert de Markeyafe, acolyte, by Walter de Montgomery, son of the preceding, 3 . preaching of: Two Sermons 47–8 visits Battle 32–3, and William Overton Curtis, Thomas, SJ Dacre, Elea , Dacre, Elizabeth , Dacre, Frances Dacre, Fran 99, , , , –8, –4 and the accession of James Stuart –70 and the appellant controversy –5, Full text of "The Risley family history, including records of some of the early English Risleys' a geneaology of the descendants of Richard Risley, of Newtown (Cambridge), Massachusetts (), and of Hartford, Connecticut (); an account of the family reunion at Hartford, August 3, , and a list of the founders of the commonwealth of Connectucut;". Sermon Preached at the Parish Church of St. Paul, Covent Garden, on Thursday Evening, May 3, , Before the London Society for Promoting Christianity Amongst the Jews. London, Marsh, W. Sermon Preached in St. Lawrence's Church, Reading, Ma , Before the Reading and Berkshire Auxiliary British and Foreign Bible Society.
Northamptonshire, by his 2nd wife, Margaret, sister of William Saxby, Merchant of the Staple of Calais. They had one son and five daughters, including Judith (wife of William Chester, Esq.), Anne (wife of Griffith Hampden, Esq.), . "Layng, Henry." "Sold for the benefit of the charity. A sermon preached in the Parish-Church of All-Saints in Northampton, before the president and governors of the County Infirmary for Sick and Lame Poor, at the anniversary meeting on Monday, Septem The anthem was “Sing unto the Lord”, written by the Rev Dr Mansell. The church was very tastefully decorated by Miss Hobbs, Miss Smith and Mrs and Miss Rook. The Rector preached an eloquent sermon, making allusion to the harvest and also to the war. Mr Warren played the harmonium and the hymns were heartily sung. The collection came to £4 14s. Margaret Whetehill was the daughter of Richard Whetehill of Earl’s Barton and Sywell, Northamptonshire, London, and Calais (/5) and his wife Joan. He was mayor of Calais. In , in Calais, Margaret married Thomas Walden of London, Walden, Essex, and Deptford and Erith, Kent (June ).