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AN/PB 292/2/folio 3r/5 1589 Greasley
1589
Mr Boneventur Eaton stands excommunicate.
Place name given as Greysley.
Transcription of original presentment bill; part of a bound volume of transcribed bills, AN/PB 292/2.

AN/PB 292/1/folio 2v/6 1587 Greasley
1587
The chancel is in decay; William Saundam is a harbourer of a fornicator whose name is not known.
Place name given as Graysley.
Transcription of original presentment bill; part of a bound volume of transcribed bills, AN/PB 292/1.

AN/PB 292/6/2 20.4.1598 Greasley
Easter 1598
Churchwardens and swornmen present the following: the chancel is in decay in the fault of the parson.
Place name obscured by damage; identified as Greasley from name of first swornman.
Bound together with other presentment bills from the same series, AN/PB 292/6.

AN/PB 292/5/51 1596 (c) Greasley
Easter 1596
Churchwardens and sidesmen present the following: he [the incumbent] is a preacher and a favourer [of God's word] and is diligent; they have [communion] every Sabbath day when the incumbent is at home, and no excommunicate person or notorious offender is admitted; the incumbent is resident and keeps hospitality; he is honest, sober and decent; the chancel is out of repair in default of the Queen's Majesty; excommunicate persons for at least twelve months are Olyver Draper and Benet Conway, John Butler and his wife, William Hardwick and Ellen Grensmyth; John Butler and his wife for disobedience to the court, and the rest for fornication.
No date given; found in series of presentment bills from May 1596.
Bound together with other presentment bills from the same series, AN/PB 292/5

AN/PB 292/9/60 1.7.1598 Greasley
Summer and winter 1598/9
Churchwardens present the following: the fame is that Frauncis Rilie and Margerie Reyner have committed adultery together.
Written in another hand: 'emt'.
Bound together with other presentment bills from the same series, AN/PB 292/9.

 

Nottinghamshire: - Register of Marriages, 1576-1812
 Marriages at Greasley, 1600 to 1812.
  Marriages at Greasley, 1600 to 1812.
   Volume 1.
County: Nottinghamshire
Country: England
Philip Draper & Margaret Buxton were married by a licence granted in Nottingham, being both before and at the tyme of their mariage of the parish of Gresly, and were maried in the place aforesaid by [-], contrary to the 102 canon, and so their marriage, by the 104 canon, by such licence to be voidd and the parties so marrying to bee subject to the punishments which are appointed for clandestine marriages. They were married the 27 Jan 1637.