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  County palatine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A County palatine is an area ruled by an count palatine (or earl palatine); with special authority and autonomy from the rest of the kingdom.
Counties palatine were erected in the 11th century to defend the northern (Scottish) and western (Welsh) frontiers of the Kingdom of England.
The Counties Palatine of Durham and Chester, ruled by the Prince-Bishops of Durham and the Earls of Chester respectively, were established by William the Conqueror.
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 PALATINE - LoveToKnow Article on PALATINE
The exception was the count palatine of the Rhine, who became one of the four lay electors and the most important lay official of the empire.
Owing to the ambiguous application of the word palatine to Odo of Bayeux, it is doubtful whether Kent was ever a palatine county; if so, it was one only for a few years during the 11th century.
Other palatine counties, which only retained their exceptional position for a short time, were Shropshire, the Isle of Ely, Hexhamshire in Northumbria, and Pembrokeshire in Wales.
1911encyclopedia.org /P/PA/PALATINE.htm   (886 words)

 The Avalon Project : The Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina : March 1, 1669
The eldest of the lords proprietors shall be palatine; and, upon the decease of the palatine, the eldest of the seven surviving proprietors shall always succeed him.
The palatine's court shall consist of the palatine and seven proprietors, wherein nothing shall be acted without the presence and consent of the palatine or his deputy, and three other of the proprietors or their deputies.
The sheriff shall be an inhabitant of the county, and have at least five hundred acres of freehold within the said county; and the justices shall be inhabitants, and have each of them five hundred acres apiece freehold within the precinct for which they serve respectively.
www.yale.edu /lawweb/avalon/states/nc05.htm   (3829 words)

 Caroline County Government - Department Of Corrections   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The original Caroline County Seal, discovered in the State Archives in Annapolis, was not strictly a coat of arms, but a seal used on county legal documents by the Clerk of Court in Denton from at least 1814 to 1856.
The belt around the Caroline County Seal is a recent adornment added by the Annapolis genealogist and heraldic researcher, who in 1953, at the suggestion of State Senator Louis N. Phipps, Anne Arundel County, gave Caroline Historical Society the present oval Seal with an explanation of the meaning of its several parts.
The rank of county palatine is equivalent to that of an earl.
www.carolinemd.org /governmt/ccseal/ccseal.html   (488 words)

 Palatine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Palatine is an adjective, derived via Latin palatinus from palatium 'palace', which was named after the Palatine Hill for geography of Rome.
See Palatinate for vice-regal office-bearers, especially in Germany.
See Palatine Bone for the bone of the same name.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Palatine   (149 words)

 County palatine: Encyclopedia topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
A County palatine is an area ruled by a count (count: The total number counted) or earl (earl: A British peer ranking below a Marquess and above a Viscount) with special authority and autonomy from the rest of the kingdom.
The Counties Palatine of Durham and Chester, ruled by the Prince-Bishops of Durham (Prince-Bishops of Durham: the bishop of durham is the officer of the church of england responsible for the diocese...
The king's writs did not run in these three palatine counties until the nineteenth century, and until the 1970s (1970s: The decade from 1970 to 1979) Lancashire and Durham had their own Courts of Chancery (Chancery: An office of archives for public or ecclesiastic records; a court of public records).
www.absoluteastronomy.com /reference/county_palatine   (708 words)

 Newberry Library | Durham Local and Family History
The Renaissance heraldry of the County Palatine of Durham from A.D. 1666 to A.D. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Newcastle-upon-Tyne Records Committee, 1933.
The Extinct and dormant peerages of the northern counties of England.
Pedigrees recorded at the visitations of the County Palatine of Durham made by WIlliam Flower, Norroy king-of-arms, in 1575, by Richard St. George, Norroy-king-of-arms, in 1615, and by WIlliam Dugdale, Norroy king-of-arms, in 1666.
www.newberry.org /genealogy/durham.html   (223 words)

 Palatine county - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Palatine county   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
In medieval England, a county whose lord held particular rights, in lieu of the king, such as pardoning treasons and murders.
Under William I there were four counties palatine: Chester, Durham, Kent, and Shropshire.
This information should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /Palatine+county   (95 words)

 Durham City - Aerial View plus history of County Durham   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The county of Durham is known for its traditional coal mining industry and for the Norman cathedral and castle in Durham city.
County Durham's area and population were reduced in 1974, when local government in England was reorganised.
In southern County Durham, Hartlepool was moved into the new county of Cleveland along with most of the old borough of Teesside, which was created in 1867, plus rural areas of North Yorkshire including Guisborough.
www.mg002b3988.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk /durham1.htm   (447 words)

 County Palatine Limited
County Palatine Ltd and the Cheshire Building Society have sponsored Rose Bridge High School in Ince, Wigan to develop an innovative project to promote educational excellence.
Both County Palatine Limited and Cheshire Building Society are very proud to be associated with a school, which has such dedication to the educational achievement of its students.
Paul Lees, Chief Executive of County Palatine Ltd has commented, "We work with a wide range of partners as part of our commitment to community regeneration and are honoured to be involved with a school which prides itself in high educational achievement ".
www.county-palatine-housing.co.uk /HTML/General/pressrelease.htm   (503 words)

 Village of Palatine
Palatine Yard Waste Pick Up Yard material bag and bundled brush collection begins the week of April 3, 2006, on your regular refuse collection day.
Please do not place your bags at the curb before the week of April 3, 2006 as they will not be collected.
The Palatine Police Department is pleased to announce its annual unclaimed property auction will be conducted on Saturday morning, May 20, 2006, commencing at 10 am at the Police Department, 200 E. Wood Street.
www.palatine.il.us   (317 words)

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The Chancellor's Court, consisting of one of the Proprietors and his six Councillors, who shall be called vice-chancellors, shall have the Custody of the Seal of the Palatinate, under which all charters, of Lands or otherwise, Commissions, and grants of the Palatine's Court shall pass, etc.
Article 32 was revised to read as follows: The Palatine's Court shall consist of the Palatine and Seven Proprietors, wherein nothing shall be acted without the presence and consent of the Palatine, or his Deputy, and three others of the Proprietors, or their deputies.
The Sheriff Shall be an inhabitant of this County and have at least five hundred acres of freehold within the said County; and the Justices Shall be inhabitants and have, each of them, five hundred acres apiece in the precinct for which they Serve respectively.
library.law.unc.edu /research/historical_documents/scan1a.txt   (3692 words)

 Walrath Ancestry
Thus Salisbury, Herkimer county, was taken off in 1797, and Stratford, Fulton county, in 1805; also Oppenheim, Fulton county, which then embraced the town of St. Johnsville, in 1808.
PALATINE BRIDGE, situated on the north bank of the Mohawk, on the south line of the town, is the principal village.
Town of Palatine, Montgomery County, NY The Walrath Cemetery is on the west side of Gerhartz Road between Dygert and Groff Roads.
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 NewspaperARCHIVE.com - Search old newspapers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
PALATINE ENTERPRISE VOLUME NUMBER 24 ILL JULY J SECTIONS 32 PAGES 440 PEB TEAR We PUB COPT Schaumburg and Palatine vote on consolidation Special election will be held on Saturday both In Palatine and Schaumburg on the ques- tion of the annexation of moat of Schaumburg township to the Palatine Township High School district 211.
Palatine high school faculty completed The teaching force at Palatine cwnshlp high school is complete the 19S2-53 school year with the hiring this past week of Donald Fyfe of Sault St. to teach junior and senior Mary Barker of Northbrook to teach voca- tional home and Mary Lou Schulti of Apple Wls.
County school trustees to hear petition on District annexation of ttw tint to come before the newly organized Cook board of.auhool trustees the pitman by group of reitdentiliving eait of Rand rd n thk area recently annexed to school district seeking to disconnect from 57 nnd rejoin district 26.
www.newspaperarchive.com /newspapers2/na0027/2889267/15327774.html   (3752 words)

 North Carolina History and Fiction Digital Library - Beaufort County: two centuries of its history
Beaufort County is one of the seven oldest counties extant in North Carolina.
Beaufort County lies in the coastal plane of North Carolina, roughly between 35° 15′ and 35° 40′ north latitude, and 76° 30′ and 77° 15′ west longitude.
Sir John Yeamans, a friend of Sir John Colleton, was commissioned “Governor of the County of Clarendon near Cape Faire and all that tract of ground which lyeth southerly as far as River St. Mathias (St. John's River).” This attempt failed in 1667, and all attempts to settle Clarendon County were abandoned for the time.
digital.lib.ecu.edu /historyfiction/document/reb/entire.html   (15623 words)

 PALATINE (from Lat. pa... - Online Information article about PALATINE (from Lat. pa...
German counts palatine soon became insignificant, although, the office having become hereditary, Pfalzgrafen were in existence until the See also:
Lancashire was made a county, or duchy, palatine in 1J51, and kept some of its special judicial privileges until 1873.
kingdom were called palatines, and the provinces were sometimes called palatinates.
encyclopedia.jrank.org /PAI_PAS/PALATINE_from_Lat_palatium_a_pa.html   (1443 words)

 The Duchy of Lancaster - Glossary
Nowadays the County Palatine comprises the modern administrative counties of Lancashire, Greater Manchester, Merseyside and Furness in Cumbria.
High Sheriffs in the County Palatine are appointed by the Queen in her right as Duke of Lancaster.
Within the County Palatine, the estates of such individuals are administered by the Duchy of Lancaster.
www.duchyoflancaster.org.uk /output/page6.asp   (710 words)

 The Duchy of Lancaster - County Palatine
In the same charter, Edward III raised Lancaster to a County Palatine for Henry's lifetime.
This meant that the new Duke had sovereign rights in the county in the spheres of justice and administration.
The creation of Lancashire as a County Palatine may have been intended by Edward III as a protective barrier against the Scots.
www.duchyoflancaster.org.uk /output/page14.asp   (366 words)

 Putnam County Illinois Marriages 1880 - 1889   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
In Snachwine township, Putnam county, Nov. 22, at the residence of the bride's parents, by W. Williams, Esq., Enoch Strawn of Hopewell, Marshall county, and Adaline, daughter of John and Melinda Williams.
Mary A. Henderson, all of Putnam, Putnam county.
Denning, Seneca Hunter of Milo, Bureau county, and Flora C., youngest daughter of the late Joseph Tozier of this city.
www.piperspages.com /Putnam/1880Marriages.html   (2269 words)

 Paradox Interactive Forums - Court of the County-Electorate of Rhein Pfalz
The Palatinate arose as the County Palatine of the Rhine, a large feudal state lying on both banks of the Rhine, which seems to have come into existence in the 10th century.
In the Golden Bull of 1356, the Palatinate was made one of the secular electorates, and given the hereditary offices of Archsteward of the Empire and Imperial Vicar of the western half of Germany.
Count Palatine and Heir Aparent Ruprecht went with his mother Countess Irmengard to the new little palace she had made built for her in the same city of Worms, were she expected to live during all his live and that it would be long enough to see his son in the Electoral Chair.
www.europa-universalis.com /forum/showthread.php?t=202219   (3516 words)

 Putnam County Illinois Marriages 1870 - 1879   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
In Magnolia, Putnam county, Dec. 28, at the residence of Mr.
Married in Putnam county, Sept. 18, at the residence of the bride, by Rev. A.
At Mt. Palatine, Dec. 17, at the residence of Daniel McNabb, the bride's uncle, by Rev. E.
www.piperspages.com /Putnam/1870Marriages.html   (6591 words)

 Cheshire History and the County Palatine of Cheshire, UK
Cheshire forms, towards the Irish Sea, a flat peninsula, the Wirrall (12 miles by 7 miles), between the estuaries of the Mersey and the Dee, and inland a vast plain separating the mountains of Wales from those of Derbyshire.
Mercian place names are evident throughout the county, recognised by the suffix 'ham' (from the Saxon word 'hamm' meaning a settlement), and 'burgh' or 'bury' (indicating a fortified settlement or stronghold).
By 930 AD relative peace had been established throughout the kingdom, and apart from infrequent small raids and a particularly savage and effective incursion in 980 AD, the Norse threat had been removed and Mercia was a well defended fortified entity, and remained so until Norman occupation.
www.manchester2002-uk.com /cheshire.html   (1136 words)

 Minutes of the 149th Meeting   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Chairman Donnelley stated that he was a member of the Lake County Wildlife Advisory Committee and that this is not as clear cut an issue as it appears to be.
The county highway department came to IDNR complaining that this intermittent stream was causing the road bank to erode.
Palatine Prairie was included on the INAI (#856) because of the presence of the state-endangered White Lady's Slipper (Cypripedium candidum).
dnr.state.il.us /INPC/minutes/149MIN.HTM   (5387 words)

 Hudson-Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs: Van Wie   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
He grew up on the farm in Palatine, where he remained until 1852, when he moved into the town of Root and purchased a farm in the northeastern part of the town, near Randall, where he was a prosperous farmer until his death.
He married, in Palatine, Margaret Nare, born in Montgomery county, January 20, 1800, died in that town March 28, 1869.
John, married Lucinda Snell, and at the age of thirty-two settled in Steuben county; his widow married a second husband.
www.schenectadyhistory.org /families/hmgfm/vanwie.html   (832 words)

 Historical Society of Berks County - The Palatine Migration -- 1723
The most illustrious Palatine, Conrad Weiser the younger, did not go with this group to Pennsylvania -not until 1729-but he was much concerned in the venture.
In his Autobiography (not published until 1875) he states definitely, though too briefly, that the fifteen families floated down the Susquehanna in canoes (dugouts), up the Swatara, and then moved on to the Tulpehocken, "and drove their cattle over land." This latter statement has caused contention.
From Godfried Fiedler's Deposition of 1726 it is evident that a party of Palatines had investigated the Province of Pennsylvania prior to the migration.
www.berkshistory.org /articles/palentine-1960.html   (1071 words)

 Town of Palatine Montgomery County NY
The Town of Palatine, namesake of the early German settlers from the Palatinate, was formed in 1788 from a large part of the Palatine District of old Montgomery County.
The Town of Palatine ancestral surnames registry board is placed directly at the bottom of this page for families you have accurately traced to this township only.
This page is part of Herkimer/Montgomery County NYGenWeb, part of NYGenWeb, and proud to be part of the USGenWeb Project.
www.rootsweb.com /~nyherkim/palatine.html   (497 words)

 June 4, 2002 Ordinances   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
WHEREAS, the County Board is desirous of imposing an additional charge for the filing of every instrument, paper, or notice of record with the Cook County Recorder’s Office in order to implement the above statute.
OF the County of Cook, a body politic and corporate of the State of Illinois (the “County”), is the owner of certain real estate commonly known as Sutherland Cemetery and legally described on Exhibit A submitted hereto and made a part hereof, located in the Township of Palatine, Cook County, Illinois; and
WHEREAS, the Cook County Board adopts this Ordinance, by a vote of two-thirds or more of its members, which Ordinance authorizes the conveyance of the Real Estate to the Township of Palatine for nominal consideration, pursuant to its home rule and statutory authority, including the Local Government Property Transfer Act, 50 ILCS 605/0.01 et.
www.cookctyclerk.com /html/orddoc.htm   (683 words)

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