2 edition of Parish church goods in Berkshire, A.D. 1552 found in the catalog.
Parish church goods in Berkshire, A.D. 1552
|Statement||by Water Money.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlvi, 65 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||65|
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Parish Church Goods In Berkshire, A.D. Inventories Of Furniture And Ornaments Remaining In Certain Of The Parish Churches Of Berks In The Last Year Of The Reign Of King Edward The Sixth Transcribed From The Original Records, With Introduction And Explanatory Notes. This book “Parish Church Goods in Berkshire, A.D.
” a was published in The author was Walter Money F.S.A. c who transcribed the text from the original records. The book was subtitled “Inventories of Furniture and Ornaments remaining in certain of the Parish Churches of the last year of the reign of KING EDWARD THE SIXTH b”.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Walter Money. CHURCH GOODS IN HAMPSHIRE. A.'D. Few people realise the amount of:valuable possessions with which our English Parish Churches were furnished in the Middle Ages.
The pious feelings of our forefathers had made them determined to beautify as- far as they could the House of God. From A.D. 1552 book details given in these inventories it will be seen that. This book “Parish Church Goods in Berkshire, A.D. ” a was published in The author was Walter Money F.S.A.c.
This book, "Parish Church Goods in Berkshire, A.D. Inventories of Furniture and.", by Walter A.D. 1552 book, is a replication of a book originally published before It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as possible.
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MEANSTOKE (MEONSTOKE). 15 th July, 6th EDWARD VI. ij chalices of silvar and percell gilt with ther patentes; ij vestimentes of saten of briges the one redd the other blacke ; there be iij belles hanging in the towar; ij brason candel.
Parish Church Goods In Berkshire, A.D. Inventories Of Furniture And Ornaments Remaining In Certain Of The Parish Churches Of Parish church goods in Berkshire In The Last Year Of The Reign Of King Edward The Sixth: Transcribed From The Original Records, With Introduction And Explanatory Notes - pages /5(2).
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A Glossary of Berkshire Words and Phrases (). A history of Berkshire (). Bygone Berkshire (). Parish Church Goods in Berkshire, A.D. ().pdf Parochial topography of the hundred of Wanting, with other miscellaneous records relating to the County of Berks ().pdf Place and field names, Cookham Parish, Berks ().pdf.
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In the benefice was held, with High Toynton, by the Rev. Palmer, a relative of Viscount Halifax, who resided in Horncastle; in by. The parish was a recusant centre; and both the chancel and the church were in a state of neglect, probably partly because the church had become too large for the parish to maintain.
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Berwick is approximately 56 mi Country: England. In Domesday Book there is mention of "a church and priest," the latter, therefore, being doubtless resident in the parish; although for many years there has been no residence for an incumbent.
In the benefice was held, with High Toynton, by the Rev. Palmer, a relative of Viscount Halifax, who resided in Horncastle; in by.
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