3 edition of The brasses of Huntingdonshire found in the catalog.
The brasses of Huntingdonshire
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Brasses: Sir John de Creke, died and Alyne de Creke. The brass is believed to have been made by Walter le Mason and bears a craftsmans mark, and was found to be an original brass rather than made from reused materials. It is the earliest brass in England to show a knight together with his wife. Jul 8, - Explore illustrationall's board "Brass" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Effigy, 16th century clothing and Tudor dress pins. Huntingdonshire Local History Society. likes. We encourage research into the rich and varied history of this area. Our president is Dr David Starkey, CBEFollowers: HUNTINGDON, a borough and market town, having separate jurisdiction, locally in the hundred of Hurstingstone, county of HUNTINGDON, 59 miles (N. by W.) from London, containing place, called by the Saxons Huntantun, and in the Norman survey Hunters dune, appears to have derived its name from its situation in a tract of country which was anciently an .
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The brass of Richard de Hakebourne has often been illustrated as it is an important and early The brasses of Huntingdonshire book. The chapel of Merton College had a number of floriated cross brasses of the fourteenth-century but some of them have disappeared, so the survival of the figurative element of the Hakebourne memorial is very welcome, especially as it appears to be the earliest monument in the chapel.
Sometimes even their identity does not remain in either the brass or in other records. One such is this unknown civilian, now mounted on a block of Iroko wood and bolted to the North Wall The brasses of Huntingdonshire book St Mary¹s Church, Godmanchester, Huntingdonshire.
It is one of relatively few. This is the eighteenth volume of The County Series, published in (ISBN 0 3 0). It comprises 22 introductory pages (preface, comprehensive intro, list of subscribers, bibliography.
The King’s England: Bedfordshire and Huntingdonshire, Arthur Mee, The index search at the main libraries in the country also throws up a number of books and periodicals written by local authors or published in the town.
These include: A Stone in the Brook by W. Brown (). 'A History of Huntingdonshire' was written by the freelance genealogist, researcher and historian Michael Wickes, The brasses of Huntingdonshire book drawings by The brasses of Huntingdonshire book Percival and cartography by Michael Nix.
This work is centred The brasses of Huntingdonshire book one of England's smallest counties, that nonetheless boasts a rich and varied history.
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Huntingdonshire: The County Handbook. Huntingdonshire (England) CUP Archive, - Huntingdonshire (England) - 80 pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. The Haunted History of Huntingdonshire is a brand new book due to be published in October The book explores and investigates 55 haunted locations within Huntingdonshire.
This book. "The Haunted History of Huntingdonshire" is a new book that explores many of the old county’s Ghosts, Myths and book provides a comprehensive collection of Huntingdonshire Ghost stories, along with a host of interesting and quirky historical facts relating to Huntingdonshire hauntings.
Blickling church, Norfolk, medieval Monumental brass to Sir Nicholas Dagworth,England UK, English brasses, knight armour A vestment sword for a French knight of the Order of the Holy Spirit, 1st half of the 19th Century A sturdy blade with double fullers on either side.
A monumental brass is a type of engraved sepulchral memorial which in the 13th The brasses of Huntingdonshire book began to partially take the place of three-dimensional monuments and effigies carved in stone or wood. Follow Peter Heseltine and explore their bibliography from 's Peter Heseltine Author g: Huntingdonshire.
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The Haunted History of Huntingdonshire. This book explores many of the old county's Ghosts, Myths and Legends. This book provides a comprehensive collection of Huntingdonshire ghost stories, along with a The brasses of Huntingdonshire book of historical quirky facts relating to each haunted location/5.
Next, the Memorandum Books of the Vicars from the yearnow kept at the Vicarage. The brasses of Huntingdonshire book Next, the Churchwardens' Books of Accounts and Vestry Meetings, preserved in the Parish Chest. And also the Award Map made by the Enclosure Commissioners of of the Parish of Great Staughton.
These are the written records. Name Index to the Book The Monumental Brasses of Huntingdonshire Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae volume 1 - Lincoln diocese (Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Huntingdonshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire).
Traces the chronology and careers of the bishops and the senior clergy of Lincoln minster and diocese. Some account of the monumental brasses of Devon by William R.
Crabbe In Exeter Diocesan Architectural Soc. Trans. 1 ser, v. 5, () illus. pp Prepared by Michael Steer The author was also a Member of the Archaeological Society of Great Britain and Ireland. An antique map by Pieter Van den Keere. The maps of England and Wales by Van den Keere were based on those of Christopher Saxton.
In publisher George Humble published later "England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland Described and Abridged from a Farr Larger Voulume Done by John Speed" as a pocket edition. The folios of Huntingdonshire in Domesday Book.
Uploaded by the Open Domesday project, released under CC-BY-SA by Professor John Palmer and George Slater.
For. In the Sawtry Local Government District was formed from the two parishes of Sawtry All Saints and Sawtry St. Andrew, under the Public Health Act of (fn. 1) Inthe two ecclesiastical parishes were united, (fn. 2) and in the two churches were pulled down, a. Upwood was listed in the Domesday Book in the Hundred of Hurstingstone in Huntingdonshire; the name of the settlement was written as Upehude in the Domesday Book.
In there was just one manor at Upwood; the annual rent paid to the lord of the manor in had been £10 and the rent had fallen to Country: England.
Ramsey, a market-town, the head of a petty sessional division, and a parish in Huntingdonshire. The town stands at the foot of a hill, on Bury Brook, on the borders of the fens, at the terminus of the Eamsey and holme railway, which forms a junction at Holme with the G.N. main line.
The G.E.R. have also a station here, which was opened in Huntingdonshire is a non-metropolitan district of Cambridgeshire, as well as a historic county of England.
Its council is based in Huntingdon. Other towns in the district are St Ives, Godmanchester, St Neots and Ramsey. The population wasat the Census. Henry II, on his accession indeclared all of Huntingdonshire a royal forest, but its favourable arable soil, with loam, light clay and gravel, Constituent country: England.
Historical information, books and the old brass font from Ferrar's time are available in the nearby Ferrar House. T S Eliot - (Little Gidding - Huntingdonshire) T S Eliot, the poet, visited Little Gidding in and published 'Little Gidding' as the last of his 'Four Quartets' in Huntingdon began sending representatives to Parliament as early as Edward I’s reign.
The franchise was wide, consisting of all property owning freemen resident in the borough and paying scot and lot. The choice of parliamentary burgesses ostensively took place in the full county court at Huntingdon along with that of the knights of the shire. History.
With its choice of boutique and national shops, historic heritage, riverside walks and fun activities, Huntingdon is the perfect place to visit whatever the season. The town was chartered by King John in and is the county town of Huntingdonshire. Having prospered successfully as a bridging point of the River Great Ouse, Huntingdon grew into a market town and, in the 18th and.
Offord Darcy, a village and a parish in Huntingdonshire. The village stands on the river Ouse, and on the G.N.R., half a mile S of Offord station, and 4½ miles NNE of St Neots. It has a post, money order, and telegraph office under Huntingdon. The parish comprises acres; population, There is a parish council consisting of seven members.
It's still taken me a good two years though to finally complete it. Thankfully, I'd kept most of my old records and notes from the 70's and 80's, they proved invaluable during the books research.
My intention was to write a book about Huntingdonshire's Ghosts, Myths and Legends, which predominantly is what the book is all about. Monumental brass. Monumental brass is a species of engraved sepulchral memorial which in the early part of the 13th century began to partially take the place of three-dimensional monuments and effigies carved in stone or wood.
Huntingdonshire, England: Classification: Parish Records Parish Registers were instigated by Thomas Cromwell from in the reign of Henry VIII, recording every wedding, baptism and burial.
There are gaps in the records for a variety of reasons, such as the civil war, but these records are a prime source for building family trees. Discover your ancestors who went to school in England and Wales between and in the National school admission registers & log-books Explore their school records to find their birth date, admission year and the school they attended.
Cambridgeshire Page 2 Poll Book for The Littleport Riots of (Cambridgeshire, England) - Scroll down near the bottom of the page for the list of 24 rioters who were originally sentenced to hang and a link to a list of eighty of the rioters involved in the Littleport and Ely riots.
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The epitaph formerly on the brass of John Marsham and wife, St. John's, Maddermarket, Norwich,illustrates the change of religious opinion at this period. The original inscription was in ten English lines, and concluded:— *. Website of Huntingdonshire District Council.
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Here he presents one of the Latin annals assembled by Byrhthferth, an 11th-century monk at Ramsey Abbey in Huntingdonshire, which despite its conflation of factual and fabulous sources, provides a unique account of early Northumbrian history.
Cambridgeshire Huntingdonshire Genealogy Registers. 59 Vintage Books on Data Disc. This is a collection of 59 vintage books that have been digitally scanned from the originals into PDF format (searchable) This is a data disc (DVD) A wonderful resource for your historical / ancestry research.
Your disc has a printed label and is a slim CD case. Archives. MS-C Hamline University Hewitt Avenue Saint Paul, MN [email protected] Feb 7, - John Wood the antiquarian visited Stanton Harcourt church, Oxfordshire on the 21 May and records seeing these two brasses. He misread the (mangled) Roman numerals on both as referring to the s rather than the real dates of and and wrote in.
Brass Rubbings Collection A Key To The Entries. The descriptions and discussions pdf the brasses in the following guide to the Hamline collection of brass rubbings have been arranged according to county to conform to the system and arrangement of the rubbings in the university library.Download pdf for Buckinghamshire Studies (Buckinghamshire Record Office and Local Studies service) are the major repositories for source material of interest to family historians in Buckinghamshire.
Cowper & Newton Museum, Olney. High Wycombe Study Centre and Local Studies - holds copies of the Parish Registers and census for the south of.Domesday Book: Huntingdonshire. (Phillimore paperback) £ £ B 'The Revd.
Dr Robert Wilde' - ebook Poet, Preacher, Provider of Bibles by Dicing in His Native St Ives. £ £ B Old Industries of St. Ives Ed. £ £ B Huntingdon - A Pictorial History.