(1) Jean Lecoq (d.1568), curé from 1537 of St-Eustache, and canon of Notre Dame, Paris, with his ownership inscription: ‘Jehan Lecoq cure de s(ain)t eustache et chanoine de paris’ (back pastedown). (2) Since the 1970s in a private collection, UK; thence by descent.
Services for: the Baptism for boys, ‘Incipit ordo ad cathecuminum faciendum super puerum masculum pro ecclesia sancti Eustachii Parisius …’ (f.1r), and girls, beginning imperfectly (f.18r), partly in French; Marriage (f.32r), partly in French; the blessing of a nuptial chamber (f.36r); the Visitation of the Sick, and the Last Rites (f.39r), written with masculine forms and feminine alternatives in red, and ending with a list of nine affirmations to be confirmed by the sick person, attributed to ‘Le glorieux sainct Anseaulme’ (ff.67r-69v).
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