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Boroughbridge Record

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Jurisdiction 1: DiocesanDocument category 1: Metropolitical and diocesan visitation articles and injunctions
Jurisdiction 2: ParishDocument category 2: Churchwardens' accounts
From region: Yorkshire, WestFrom place: Boroughbridge
Relevant material from 1589 to 0
The Diocesan Visitation of 1589 provides evidence of the celebration of a traditional local custom at Boroughbridge, the election of a \'summer lord\'. The injunction to the churchwardens of the parish suggests that the ecclesiastical authorities aimed to control, but not to suppress apparently, the festivities associated with the parish event.

Durham Parishes and Borough Court Records

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Jurisdiction 1: ParishDocument category 1: Churchwardens' accounts
Jurisdiction 2: ParishDocument category 2: Parish registers
Jurisdiction 3: CivicDocument category 3: Borough civil court books (eg, mayors' court or leet books)
From region: County DurhamFrom place: City of Durham
Relevant material from 1395 to 1642
The document contains records from Durham, including St. Nicholas’ Church Parish Register; Borough of Crossgate court records; St. Giles’ Church Grassmen’s Accounts; and from St. Giles’ Church Parish Register. The Crossgate Borough court records contain records of lights carried in the Corpus Christi procession. The Grassmen's Accounts include musical accompaniment to dung-spreading.