Übersetzung für 'advowson' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   advowson | advowsons
kirchliches Patronatsrecht {n}
Patronat {n} [Kirchenrecht]
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Übersetzung für 'advowson' von Englisch nach Deutsch

kirchliches Patronatsrecht {n}lawrelig.

Patronat {n} [Kirchenrecht]relig.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • During the 12th century two families of Norman descent, the de Bolebecs and the Sifrewasts, each held a share of the advowson assigned to the adjacent manors of Chesham Higham and Chesham Bury respectively for the Church at Chesham which it is evidenced from about 1154 was dedicated to St Mary.
  • The advowson then passed to various private owners until 1446, when it was willed to the Grocers' Company.
  • The newly created Diocese of Chester (1541) administered Prestbury until Sir Richard Cotton purchased the manor and advowson in 1547.
  • The Worshipful Company of Haberdashers holds the advowson of St Peter's, Chertsey, nowadays.
  • Its counterpart in English law and in the Church of England is called an advowson.

  • On the death of his father in 1760, Astley inherited the advowson of Gorleston, together with properties there.
  • In 1683 the Bremian Knighthood claimed the advowson, including it in the monastic statute (Klosterordnung) royally confirmed in the same year, erroneously assuming the advowson had been with Degingk before.
  • The Order was also given the advowson (right to nominate the clergy) of St Clement Danes.
  • The advowson has been attached to the manor since at least the 13th century. Westminster Abbey has held the advowson since Edward I bestowed the manor upon the Abbey in 1292.
  • However, the election of a new prior in 1336 revealed the priory's advowson had passed to the King.

  • In 1546 Bowes added to his Kentish landholdings by acquiring for himself the manor and advowson of North Cray, Kent, from Sir Roger Cholmeley: to this the king added the manor and advowson of the adjoining parish of Ruxley (in the Hundred of Ruxley), and other lands in Kent, "in capite", to be held by fealty only.
  • It owns the advowson (the right to appoint the vicar) for a number of Anglican churches in England, and is responsible for selecting and appointing appropriate candidates as vicar for the churches in its trust.
  • From 1161 until the Dissolution of the Monasteries in 1539 the Benedictine Eynsham Abbey owned the advowson of the parish.
  • The Knights Hospitaller owned the advowson by 1252, and held it until Henry VIII suppressed the Order in England in 1540.
  • The earliest written record of the parish church is from 1221, when the Abbess of the Benedictine Elstow Abbey in Bedfordshire disputed with a later Richard de Camville which one of them held the advowson of the parish.

  • The right to appoint the hospital's chaplain, or the advowson, had been acquired in part by the Lovell family some time before 1485; The advowson subsequently passed to the Crown.
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