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" ... condition, as the time was then ; this being their end and aim, to save a groate from the poor Clarke, so they would rather have them unredgestered — but now it is their design to have them redgestered. "
The Antiquities of Gainford, in the County of Durham: Comprising the ... - Page 50
by John Richard Walbran - 1846 - 154 pages
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Notes and Queries

Questions and answers - 1850
...left out divers christenings unrecorded, and regestered others disorderly." Gainford, Durham. — " Courteous Reader, this is to let thee understand that...left unrecorded or redgestered, but the reason and causa was this ; some would and some would not, being of a fickle condition, as the time was then ;...
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A Cornish Parish: Being an Account of St. Austell, Town, Church, District ...

Joseph Hammond - Church buildings - 1897 - 377 pages
...registers are so much better kept than the earlier. At Gainsford, in 1653, we find this sad plaint — " Courteous reader, this is to let thee understand that many children were left unrecorded or unredgestered, but the reason and cause was this ... to save a Groate from the poor Clarke." From 1729,...
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The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, Volumes 15-16

Edward Hungerford Goddard - Natural history - 1875
...unrecorded and registered others disorderly." And at Gaineford in the same county, is this note : " Courteous reader, this is to let thee understand that many children were left unrecorded or unregistered, but the reason and cause was thus : — Some would and some would not, being of a fickle...
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