4 edition of The Compton Census of 1676 found in the catalog.
The Compton Census of 1676
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited with an introduction by Margaret Pannikkar.|
|Genre||Indexes., Genealogy., Census.|
|Contributions||Pannikkar, Margaret., North West Catholic History Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||43 p. :|
|Number of Pages||43|
The Compton census of a critical edition / edited by Anne Whiteman with the assistance of Mary Clapinson Published for the British Academy by Oxford University Press London Australian/Harvard Citation. Clapinson, Mary. & Whiteman, Anne,. & British Academy. The religious census of now known as the Compton Census was intended to provide information on the number of inhabitants in each parish broken down into categories of Conformists, Popish recusants and Non-conformist recusants. Broughton inhabitants .
16 Whiteman, 'Compton Census', 81; A. Whiteman, The Compton Census of A Critical Edition (London, ), xxx-xxxiii. 17 Laslett, 'Social Structure', , argues that the listing is a copy of an earlier one which has been lost. There is, however, little to support this contention and it is suggested here. The Census and Social Structure: Frank Cass, (Preview available from Google Books) Whiteman, Anne (ed.), The Compton Census of A Critical Edition: Oxford University Press, Whiteman, Anne. and Clapinson, Mary. The Use of the Compton Census for Demographic Purposes: Local Population Studies, Wolffe, John.
THE COMPTON CENSUS , The Lancashire Returns., , Edited by Margaret. Condition is Good. A clean copy. No highlighting or underlining throughout. Dispatched with Royal Mail 2nd Class. Compton Return. For the sake of convenience, the Return will be referred to herein formist and popish dissenters as given in the census of ; and these documents provide entirely independent evidence. In prac- Books and the Act Books for the above period fails to yield any dissenters in eighty-six.
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The Compton Census of (Records of Social and Economic History) Critical ed Edition by A. Whiteman (Author)Author: A. Whiteman. The Compton Census of A Critical Edition, Issue 10 Compton Census of Volume 10 of New series], [Records of social and economic history Volume 10 of Records of social and economic history The Compton Census of A Critical Edition, British Academy: Editors: Anne Whiteman, Mary Clapinson: Contributors3/5(2).
Bishop Compton’s Ecclesiastical Census of Add comments. Mar InHenry Compton, the Bishop of London, commissioned a survey of religious belief in England and Wales.
Each parish was required to return the number of ‘conformists’ (i.e. adherents of the Church of England), non-conformists and papists (Catholics). The Compton census of a critical edition, Volume ,pages, Mary Clapinson, Published for the British Academy by the Oxford University Press, The Compton Census of The Compton Census was an ecclesiatical census taken in and named after Henry Compton, the Bishop of London.
The incumbents of the parish were recorded as either Conformists, Papists or Nonconformists. Anne Whiteman and Mary Clapinson (eds), Records of Social and Economic History: New Series, Vol. The Compton Census of A Critical Edition. The Compton Census of The Lancashire Returns, ed.
Margaret Pannikkar, Wigan: North West Catholic History Society, ; Alasdair Crockett and Keith D. Snell, 'From the Compton Census to the Census of Religious Worship: Religious Continuity or Discontinuity?', Rural History, Vol.
8,pp. At the moment we are interested in finding digital transcriptions of the Compton Census of Our obvious starting point is the Anne Whiteman et al. book published in and we already know of the data-set of Keith Snell/Paul Ell/Alasdair Crockett. The Compton census, one of the most important ecclesiastical enquiries of the seventeent h century, was taken by Bishop Compton of London under the direction.
The Compton Census of A Critical Edition - Google Books. This edition makes available for the first time a complete text and criticism of the so-called Compton Census, a count of conformists, papists and nonconformists for many of the parishes of England and Wales, which has long been of interest to demographers and ecclesiastical historians.
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Twitter. Add to Print List Remove from Print List Notes. Bibliography: p.  Includes index. Contains an account and statistical breakdown of an ecclesiastical census of England in "Records of Social and Economic History: New Series, Vol. The Compton Census of A Critical Edition" published on by British Academy.
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ANALYSIS OF BISHOP COMPTON'S CENSUS OF ONGAR HUNDRED. In a letter of to Henry Compton, Bishop of London, Archbishop Sheldon required the bishop through the various archdeacons, parish clergy, and churchwardens, to compile an ecclesiastical census.
The two major censuses of religion that have most preoccupied historians and cultural geographers have, without question, been the Compton census of and the Census of Religious Worship of Over more than two centuries, probably indeed throughout British history, no other religious censuses were conducted to rival these two by: 4.
Compton Census [edit | edit source]. Fears about the resurgence of Catholicism, as well as the need to assess the true extent of nonconformity after the relaxation of conditions in led to the taking of the Compton Census in It was authorized by Archbishop of Canterbury Sheldon who wanted to show that the extent of Nonconformity was not as great as was commonly supposed.
Domesday Book in found 84 landholders of various kinds, which older household, would give Hook Norton a population of “and upwards”. That would The Compton Census of A Critical Collection (London; Oxford University Press, ), pages Historians have worked out a.
Buy Compton Census of from Church House Bookshop.This book is the first social history of the census from its origins to the present and has become the standard history of the population census in the United States.
The second edition has been updated to trace census developments sinceincluding the undercount controversies, the arrival of the American Community Survey, and innovations Cited by: Pre Censuses and Population listings in the British Isles, Colin R Chapman (Lochin Publishing, ) 5th edition, ISBN: ; The Compton Census of A critical edition, edited by Anne Whiteman (Oxford University Press, ) ISBN: ; The UK Census.
Making sense of the Census. Making sense of the census 2. Back to.