2 edition of cartulary of Newnham Priory. found in the catalog.
cartulary of Newnham Priory.
|Statement||edited by Joyce Godber.|
|Series||Bedfordshire Historical Record Society publications -- vol.43|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||219|
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Genre/Form: History Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Newnham Priory. Cartulary of Newnham Priory. Bedford [Eng.]: Bedfordshire Historical Record Society, Newnham Priory. Newnham Priory seal. Newnham Priory was founded during the reign of Henry II () by Augustinian Order of canons regular, or monks.
The actual date of foundation is unknown but the founder was Simon de Beauchamp, Baron of Bedford. The cartulary, or lists of possessions, of the priory survives in the British Museum. - Cartulary of Newnham Priory (Part 1) - Cartulary of Newnham Priory (Part 2) - The White Canons in England [Newsham] - Cartulaire du prieuré de la Charité-sur-Loire (Nièvre), Ordre de Cluni ; - Feet of Fines for the County of Norfolk, Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Joyce Godber books online.
Abstract. This thesis contains an edition of the Coucher Book of Bolton Priory, an Augustinian house in Yorkshire, together with edited sections of Dodsworth MSlike the Coucher Book, a copy of the lost cartulary, and a number of original : Katrina Jane Legg.
Newnham (Davis ) Now pd: Cartulary of Nmham Priory ed J. Godber (Bedfordshire Historical Soci ). Newstead (Davis ) Briefly cal: T. Foulds, 'Unpublished Monastic Cartularies of Nottinghamshire: a guide to their contents', Transactions of the Thoroton Society 88 (), pp page 42 note 5 The Cartulary of Newnham Priory, Part I, page 43 note 1 Duggan, Charles, Twelfth-Century Decretal Collections and their Importance in English History, London–Cited by: 4.
The Cartulary of Newnham Priory, parts I and II, (ed. Joyce Godber, Bedfordshire Historical Record Soc.,) Accession No./FMG ID S-: Author: Mason, J F A. The Cartulary of Newnham Priory, ed.
Godber. Bedfordshire Historical Record Society xliii, Bedfordshire Historical Record Society xliii, Cart. Wrest Park and the Duke of Kent-Henry Grey, With a map (Elstow Moot Hall Leaflets.
7.). The Cartulary of Newnham Priory, 1 vol., 2 pts., Publications of the Bedfordshire Historical Record Society, 43 () Godber, J. ed., The Oakley hunt, Publications of the Bedfordshire Historical Record Society, 44 () Bell, P.
ed., Bedfordshire Wills,Publications of the Bedfordshire Historical. Vol. 50, No. 4, Jan., Published by: Catholic University of America Press. It publishes four issues per year containing articles, review articles, book reviews, and lists of books received in all areas of church history.
Coverage: The Cartulary of Newnham Priory. Parts I and II by Joyce Godber (pp. The Cartulary of Newnham Priory, (). The Cartulary of Shrewsbury Abbey,Author: Amanda M.
Martinson. The Newnham Priory Rental, also held at BLARS is a document from /07 that lists many of the properties and streets in Bedford at that time.
Many of the street names used today were settled upon by the Improvement Commission in This book has been cited by the following publications. This list is generated based on data provided by CrossRef.
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Each issue also contains a substantial number of book reviews. The Cartulary of Newnham Priory. Parts I & II by Joyce Godber. The Cartulary of Newnham Priory. Full text of "The Cartulary and Historical Notes of the Cistercian Abbey of Flaxley: Otherwise Called Dene " See other formats.
Full text of "The cartulary and historical notes of the Cistercian abbey of Flaxley, otherwise called Dene abbey, in the county of other formats. Robert son of Rozelin, who was Count Eustace's tenant inwas succeeded by the Trikets, of whom four generations are mentioned in Newnham Cartulary as benefactors of the priory in the 12th and 13th centuries—William son of Simon Triket, Baldwin son of.
Afte r the dissolution of the Priory, King Henry VIII granted its lands to the archbisho p of Canterbury'. Thomas Cranmer leased the properties to Henry Bingha m of Wingha m in Tli e first entry in th e priory cartulary by on e of its ne w oyvner s yva s written by a certain Master Byngha m yvh o yvishe d to record the.Sources: Religious houses and bishoprics (Malmesbury - Wells) Pages A Survey of Documentary Sources for Property Holding in London before the Great Fire.2.
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