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cartulary of Creake Abbey

Creake Abbey.

cartulary of Creake Abbey

by Creake Abbey.

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Published by Norfolk Record Society in Norwich .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Norfolk (England),
  • England,
  • Norfolk
    • Subjects:
    • Creake Abbey -- Charters, grants, privileges.,
    • Church lands -- England -- Norfolk -- History -- Sources.,
    • Abbeys -- England -- Norfolk -- History -- Sources.,
    • Cartularies.,
    • Norfolk (England) -- Church history -- Sources.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. xxxiv-xxxvi.

      Statementwith an introduction by A. L. Bedingfeld [based on the translation by K. C. Newton].
      ContributionsBedingfeld, A. L.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA670.N59 N863 vol. 35
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxxvi, 146 p.
      Number of Pages146
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5574918M
      LC Control Number67085745

      This is a compressed facsimile or image-based PDF made from scans of the original book. Kindle: KB: This is an E-book formatted for Amazon Kindle devices. EBook PDF: MB: This text-based PDF or EBook was created from the HTML version of this book . The Library has been divided into sections such as Parish Register Transcripts, Monumental Inscriptions, Family Trees & Pedigrees, Wills, and Village Information, all of which can be searched separately.

      Issuu company logo. Folk Singing 2 for pm 16th Fri. Binham NCT Westminster Abbey & the Reformation, Priory 6 for pm 17th Sat. Binham Open Gardens, 9 gardens 12noon-5pm 17th Sat. Originally published in , this final volume of the Heads of Religious Houses: England and Wales series takes the lists of monastic superiors from to the dissolution of the monastic houses ending in and so concludes a reference work covering six hundred years of monastic history.

      3/9/, Hugh born in Burgundy s/o Eudes III, duke of Burgundy, & Alice de Vergy. A = Armathwaite, Appleby, Abbotsbury (there’s a huge monastic barn at this site), Alnwick, Abingdon, Axholme, Athelney, Amesbury, Alvingham, Aylesford and Arden. Anglesey Abbey in Camridgeshire was not in actual fact an abbey – it was more of a hermitage. As with Calke Abbey in Derbyshire it was retrospectively enlarged by its secular owners!


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A cartulary of Creake Abbey, with an introduction by A. Bedingfeld. Description. A translation of the cartulary of the house of Augustinian Cannons of North Creake containing documents of title from the early 13th to the 15th centuries (G.R.C.

Davies, Medieval Cartularies () no. The Records of a commission of sewers for WiggenhallEditor A.E.B. Owen. William Asshebourne's book, Editor Dorothy M. Owen. published account of the foundation of Creake Hospital and Abbey in Norfolk, which information is found in the book, A.L.

Bedingfield, ed., A Cartulary of Creak Abbey (Norfolk Rec. Soc. 35 (): This account of the foundation of Creake Abbey reads as follows: In the year of the Incarnartion of our Lord Jesus Christa little.

A Cartulary of Creake Abbey (Norfolk Record Society), Good Condition Book, ISB. £ Book, Creake Abbey, Norfolk History by the late A. Bedingfeld. Description by R. Gilyard-Beer. Published in by Her Majesty's Stationery Office. Paperback book in good condition. published account of the foundation of Creake Hospital and Abbey in Norfolk, which information is found in the book, A.L.

Bedingfield, ed., A Cartulary of Creak Abbey (Norfolk Rec. Soc. 35 (): Blyth (Davis 58) Now pd: The Cartulary of Blyih Priory ed. (Thoroton Society Record Series & Royal Commision on Historical Manuscripts, joint publicat). Blythburgh (D& 60) Now pd: Blythburgh Pn'ov Cartulary ed.

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4, their Cartulary), Mount Grace Priory (no. 5, written by the monk John Awne), St Mary's Abbey, York (no. 6 already mentioned), Byland Abbey, Yorkshire (no.

24*). Five heraldic manuscripts of much interest, including two rolls of arms, are found at nos. 44, 45 (tf)-(d). Creake Abbey in the period, [Reference: Bedingfield, ed., A Cartulary of Creake Abbey (Norfolk Rec.

Soc. 35) (): 4]. Presumably the other half share of the advowson was inherited by Alice's sister, Maud (Pouchard) de Belhouse. The source, Book of Fees, shows that Alice (Pouchard) de Nerford held 1 knight's fee in.

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(S) A Cartulary of Creake Abbey, Bedingfeld,P ByRobert died.The English Lands of the Abbey of Bee (Oxford, ). 9 Also Horsham St Faith to Conques. The seventh, Westacre, does not belong to this group ecclesiastically, since it was a secular college which became Augustinian later, Vincent, Nicholas, ‘ The Foundation of Westacre Priory, –26 ’, Norfolk Archaeology, XLI (), – by: Abbey, John Roland (), author; Abbot, Charles () 1st Baron Colchester, Speaker of the House of Commons; Abbot, George () Archbishop of Canterbury.

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