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Notes on the Churches in the Counties of Kent Sussex and Surrey
Podgląd niedostępny - 2015
Notes on the Churches in the Counties of Kent, Sussex, and Surrey
Podgląd niedostępny - 2013
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Strona 109 - ... For many ages after (as Huntingdon tells us) there appeared nothing but ruins; till under Edward the first, the Friars Carmelites, just come from Mount Carmel in Palestine, and desiring solitary places above all others, had a little Monastery built here at the charge of Thomas Albuger, Knight; upon which a town presently sprung up, and with respect to the old one that had been demolished, began to be called Newenden, ie a new town in a Valley.
Strona 48 - (Nov. 20), " in the twenty-first year of the reign of Edward the Third after the conquest " (of England by Norman William.) (Reg. Roff. 215.) The above date would be AD 1347. 70. CHELSFIELD. — Beneath an arch is an altar tomb of Rob. de Brun, rector, 'on which are brasses of the Virgin, St. John, &c., 1417. Brasses: Will. Robroke, rector, 1420; Alicia, wife of Thos. Bray, and four sons, 1510. (Reg. Roff.) — From the (Textus Roffensis, 230-1,) it appears that there was at some early period a...
Strona 291 - Every one of these attendeth to his own office : ten of them heweth the walls, about the which are the three carpenters. These made props to underset, where the others cut away ; the others brake and cut the walls. These men are exercised much better than other men we find in the countrie.
Strona 291 - Lordship of the length and greatness of this church, and sale : we had begun to pull the whole down to the ground, and what manner and fashion they used in pulling it down. I told your Lordship of a vault on the right side of the...
Strona 163 - Chart,' as it was called, claiming liberty over fifteen houses in the precinct of Pizein-well ; every householder of which was formerly obliged to pay the keeper of this Borsholder a penny yearly. This Dumb Borsholder was always first called at the Court Leet holden for the hundred of Twyford ; when its keeper, who was yearly appointed by that Court, held it up to his call, with a neckcloth or handkerchief put through the iron ring fixed at the top, and answered for it. This Borsholder of Chart and...
Strona 336 - In the village street, about half a mile by the road from the church, stand the remains of a cross, under a most venerable and picturesque oak, or rather skeleton of an oak. The cross itself is gone, but below the foot of it, covered by a modern tiled roof, is a small sandstone building, barely large enough to shelter two, or possibly three, worshippers. This yet retains the appellation of St. Peter's cross, the parish church being dedicated to St.
Strona 163 - a singular, though a very ancient, custom kept up, of electing a Deputy to the Dumb Borsholder of Chart...
Strona 330 - ... of the air all the glass windows were blown out, as if it had been done by a blast of gunpowder.
Strona 110 - When Dr. Plot visited this place in the year 1693, he saith in some manuscript papers of his, which I have the favour to peruse, that they were then very lofty, and he was informed by an ancient and sober countryman, who had often ploughed upon this hill, that both the mounts or tumuli, and the valla, were then at least four foot lower than when he first knew the place : and therefore no wonder if I found them much lower yet, when I visited this place. And the plough and the usual deterrations will...