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    Rod W. Ambler
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    090266817X
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    978-0902668171
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    History of Lincolnshire Committee (December 23, 2000)
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    286 pages
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Hardcover published 2000-12-23 by History of Lincolnshire Committee.

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History of Lincolnshire Committee for the Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology, (c)2000. Geographic Name: Lincolnshire (England) Church history. Physical Description: xii, 274 p. : ill. ;, 24 cm. Title: History of Lincolnshire, 9. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. -253) and index. Download Churches, chapels and the parish coomunities of Lincolnshire, 1660- 1900 . leave here couple of words about this book: Tags

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W. Ambler: Churches, Chapels and the Parish Communities of Lincolnshire 1660–1900, History of Lincolnshire Committee, 2000, ISBN . 0 902668 17 X, pp. xi + 274. Anthony Cornwell. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 16 September 2015. Export citation Request permission.

AMBLER, Rodney WilIiam: Churches, chapels and the parish communities of Lincolnshire, 1660-1900, History of Lincolnshire, Vo!. IX, Lincoln: History of Lincolnshire Committee for the Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology, 2000, xii. + 274pp. 22. BEAUMONT, Alan: And it came to pass.

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The book also discusses at length the smaller groups and territories within the pre-Viking Lincoln region, including the Spalde, the Billingas and the Gyrwe. seventh-century cemeteries in Lincolnshire 272 Bibliography 284 Index 311. Related Papers

The book also discusses at length the smaller groups and territories within the pre-Viking Lincoln region, including the Spalde, the Billingas and the Gyrwe. The penultimate chapter from the volume finally moves on from the above analysis of the post-Roman Lincoln region to consider what the relationship between the names Lindissi, Lindisfaran and Lindisfarne may have been. Related Papers. Lindisfarne, the Lindisfaran and the origins of Anglo-Saxon Northumbria. Ambler, Churches, Chapels and Parish Communities in Lincolnshire: 1660–1900, 2000 (Lincoln: Lincolnshire Society for History and Archaeology). M. W. Barley, Lincolnshire and the Fens, 1962 (2nd ed. 1972). T. Beastall, Agricultural Revolution in Lincolnshire, 1978 (Lincoln: Lincolnshire Society for History and Archaeology). S. Bennett and N. Bennett, An Historical Atlas of Lincolnshire, 1993 (Hull: University of Hull Press). Sir Maurice Beresford, New Towns of the Middle Ages, 1967 (New York and Washington: Praeger).

Parish communities were at the centre of the considerable changes that took place in religious life between 1660 and 1900: the development of Protestant dissent, Evangelical Revival, the rise of Methodism, new patterns of worship in the Church of England and changes in the Catholic Church. This study looks at how the people of Lincolnshire responded to developments in religious life and how local communities shaped the course of these changes. Slightly off-mint.