Worcester Cathedral Registers 1758 to 1768

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CHRISTENINGS.

1758, Feb. 10. Frances, the d. of James Chew & Mary his wife was privately baptized by J. ARNOLD, Sacrist.

  1. No Christenings.
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BURIALS.

1760, Sep. 10. The Revd. Mr. Richard Meadowcourt, Prebendary, was bur. Behind the Choir. Footnote: Richard Meadowcourt was installed in the 8th Stall, 16th Oct., 1735; he became Vicar of Quinton, 9th Jan., 1737, and was Vicar of Lindridge from 1751 to his death.

X’NINGS.

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1769, Aug. 13. Mary Anne, d. of the Rt. Honble. William Dowdesdwell, Esqre., of Pull Court, & Bridgett his wife was baptized at the Deanery, by J. ARNOLD, Sacrist.

BURIALS.

1758, Apr. 9. Isaac Price Maddox, s. of the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Worcester, was bur. behind the Choir.

1759, Jan. 5. Mrs. Margarett Bromley was bur. in the Cloister Green.

1759, Oct. 6. The Right Revd. Dr. Isaac Maddox, late Lord Bishop of Worcester, was bur. behind the Choir. Footnote: Bishop Maddox, Queen’s Coll., Oxford, B.A., 1724, Prebendary of Chichester 1725, Dean of Wells 1734, he was made Bishop of St. Asaph in 1736, and translated to Worcester in 1743. He founded the Worcester Infirmary.

1761, May 18. Mrs. Elizabeth Bromley was bur. in the Cloister Green.

1761, Oct. 19. Miss Nancy Vernon of dark alley was bur. in the Cloister Green.

1761, Oct. 28. Miss Mary Dunster was bur. behind the North Side of the Altar.

1762, Oct. 10. Mrs. Mary Pauncefort was bur. in the Cloister Green.

1763, Mar. 29. Colonel David Chapeau was bur. in the Cloister Green.

1763, July 25. Dr. John Dalton, Prebendary, was bur. behind the Choir in the South Isle near the Consistory Court. Footnote: Dr. Dalton held the 5th Canonry from 7th Feb., 1748.

J. ARNOLD, Sacrist.

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X’nings.

1770, July 12. John, s. of Richard Clarke & Mary his wife was baptized at the New Marble Font in the Cathedral Church of Worcester the first time of its being used.

1770, Oct. 18. Henry Anthony, s. of James & Katherine Stillingfleet was received into the Church, having been privately baptized before.

1771, July 29. Richard, s. of Richard Clarke & Mary his wife was privately baptized at the Registers Office, and was received into the Church the 5th of September following.

1773, Mar. 25. Maria, d. of Richard & Mary Clarke was born, privately baptized upon the 27th, and recd. into the Church the 5th of May following.

BURIALS.

1764, Mar. 6. The Revd. Mr. Edwin Sandys, Prebendary, was bur. behind the Choir in the South Isle. Footnote: Edwin Sandys held the 9th Canonry from 1744. He was son of Martin Sandys of Ombersley, and was at New College, Oxford, B.C.L., 1736.

1764, Sep. 30. John Farmer, Attorney at Law, was bur. in the Cloister Green.

1765, Apr. 25. The Revd. Dr. John Waugh, late Dean of Worcester, was bur. behind the Choir. Footnote: Dr. John Waugh was son of the Bishop of Carlisle, he was educated at Queen’s Coll., Oxford, and in 1727 (only 3 years after taking his B.A. degree) became Prebendary and Chancellor of Carlisle. He was made Dean of Worcester in 1751.

1766, Nov. 24. Mrs. Lucy Fox was bur. in the Cloisters on the South Side.

1767, Mar. 26. Mrs. Mary Ann Ellies was bur. in the Cloisters on the South Side.

1767, Dec. 8. Miss Mary Chew was bur. in the Cloister Green.

1768, May 13. Robert Harrison, Esqre., of Temple Laughern, was bur. in the Cloisters on the South Side.

J. ARNOLD, Sacrist.

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