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The parish of Ashburton [in] the 15th and 16th centuries

as it appears from extracts from the churchwardens" accounts, A.D. (1479-1580) : with notes and comments

by Royal College of Surgeons of England

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Published by Printed by Yates and Alexander in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History, 16th Century,
  • History, 15th Century

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination50 p. ;
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26286007M

    All Saints Church is essentially an early 14th century building, with a good Norman S. doorway and a (restored) Norman font, pres er ve d from the 12th century church. The church become ruinous over time and was restored in with the chancel rebuilt in An interesting and pleasant little building. There are floor-slabs to the Arscotts, Bickfords, Henscotts, and other local families.   The Parish of Ashburton in the 15th and 16th centuries as it appears from extracts from the churchwardens' accounts - - Held by: WSL: p/ASH/ sp/ASH/ sp/ASH/ /ASH 1/BUT: D/: Ian Maxted.

      Bovey Tracey Parish Church. St. Peter, St. Paul and St Thomas of Canterbury is the official, and it must be said rather long winded, title and dedication of the Bovey Tracey Parish Church. The attractive 15th century church is built on the highest point and is quite a walk from the centre of the present day small town. Burlescombe (/ b ə r ˈ l ɛ s k ə m /, bur-LES-kəm) is a village and civil parish in the Mid Devon district of Devon, parish is surrounded, clockwise from the north, by the parishes of Holcombe Rogus, Culmstock, Uffculme, Halberton and Sampford Peverell. According to the census it had a population of The village is about 5 miles ( km) south west of Wellington in.

    The Brunes of Rowner held land in the parish of Hyde Abbey during the 15th and 16th and probably the two preceding centuries, and the name 'Brown' Candover possibly still marks their connexion with the place. In Hugh de Port was holding 2½ hides in Brown Candover of Hyde Abbey as of its manor of Brown Candover.   The book collection is a significant addition to the library's holding of 15th and 16th-century works. "Authors don't write books; authors write manuscripts. A group of people made a book.


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Published b. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller The Parish of Ashburton in the 15th and 16th Centuries as it Appears in Extracts from the Churchwardens' AccountsLondon,p43 The church was rebuilt at some time in the 15th century.

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15 illustrations. Church of St Andrew. The parish church in the village is dedicated to Saint gh it has a 12th-century south doorway it mostly dates from the late 15th and early 16th centuries, having some ornate 16th-century bench ends and late medieval floor-tiles from Barnstaple.

It was restored by Bodley & Garner in War Memorial. A Latin cross memorial on a four stepped plinth. The Book of Shaugh Parish - £ The Parish of Shaugh is about 8 miles north-east of Plymouth and runs from Shaugh Bridge at one end to Lee Moor on the other,with Shaugh Prior andWotter in gh only just over 3 miles from one end of the parish to the other, the contrast is almost unbelievable as revealed in this illustrated book.

Ashburton, a stannery and market town situated on the south-eastern border of Dartmoor, in a ‘fertile valley’ suited to livestock farming, had prospered in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries as a centre of woollen cloth manufacturing and as ‘a great thoroughfare’ for.

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His publications include the following. History of The Parish of Gosforth () Men of Mark Twixt Tyne and Tweed – three volumes of biographies of eminent men () Newcastle and Gateshead In the 14th, 15th &16th. Sheep farming became the most profitable occupation during the 15th & 16th.

centuries. At the Reformation both manors of Otterton were bought by Richard Duke, born locally, recorder of London and Clerk of the Court of Augmentations and who. Bedwardine Acc'ts_, 99 (House left to parish, 12s.

of whose rental to go to poor, and 1s. to the churchwardens. [] Butcher, _Parish of Ashburton_, 46 (Land given to buy shirts and. Spiritual Reformers in the 16th & 17th Centuries - Kindle edition by Jones, Rufus Matthew.

Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @ (5). Fitzhead has been a farming village for centuries. The 15th Lord Sommerville (who owned Fitzhead Court and became President of the Board of Agriculture in ) introduced Merino Sheep from Spain into Britain and, amongst other developments, invented the double furrow plough.

He established experimental farms at Dean Farm and Manor Farm to test. The Parish of Ashburton in the 15th and 16th centuries, as it appears from extracts from the Churchwardens' Accounts, London,p32 Devon Archives and Local Studies Service holds estate papers for the Woodley family of Halshanger,19thth century.The parish of Ashburton [in] the 15th and 16th centuries: as it appears from extracts from the churchwardens' accounts,A.D.

() The church-wardens accounts of the parish of St. Marys, Reading, Berks, Northamptonshire etc, 14thth centuries; extract from The American Ancestors of Oratio Dyer Clark and of his wife Laura Ann King by J.E. Salisbury and G.C. Martin () Copinger W. A. Copinger, History of the Copingers or Coppingers of the County of Cork, Ireland, and the Counties of Suffolk and Kent, England () (Ian Copinger, Copinger.