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Two cartularies of the Benedictine Abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the County of Somerset

Two cartularies of the Benedictine Abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the County of Somerset

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TWO CARTULARIES OF THE BENEDICTINE ABBEYS OF MUCHELNEY AND ATHELNEY Somerset Record Society. Vol Printed for Subscribers Only. If you can offer this item, or if you wish to be notified the next time a copy comes into stock please e-mail: [email protected]; Bates (Rev. E.H.) Ed. QUARTER SESSIONS RECORDS FOR THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET.


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Two Cartularies of the Benedictine Abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the County of SomersetFormat: Paperback. Two cartularies of the Benedictine abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the county of Somerset by Mulchelney Abbey. [from old catalog]; Harbin, Edward Harbin Bates, [from old catalog] edPages: Volume 14 of Somerset Record Society Publications Volume 14 of Somerset Record Society Somerset Record Society.

[Publications] vol. XIV Two Cartularies of the Benedictine Abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the County of Somerset, Edward Harbin Bates Harbin: Author: Athelney Abbey: Editor: Edward Harbin Bates Harbin: Publisher: subscribers only Reviews: 1.

Two cartularies of the Benedictine abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the county of Somerset. [London] Printed for subscribers only [by Harrison and Sons] (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Edward Harbin Bates Harbin.

Two cartularies of the Benedictine abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the county of Somerset. [London] Printed for subscribers only [by Harrison and Sons] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Edward Harbin Bates Harbin; Muchelney Abbey.; Athelney Abbey.

Athelney Abbey, established in the county of Somerset, England, was founded by King Alfred inas a religious house for monks of the Order of St.

was dedicated to "Our Blessed Saviour, St. Peter, St. Paul, and St. EgelwineLocation: Athelney, Somerset, England.

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Athelney is a village located between the villages of Burrowbridge and East Lyng in the Sedgemoor district of Somerset, is best known for once being the fortress hiding place of King Alfred the Great, from where he went on to defeat the Great Heathen Army at the Battle of Edington in May District: Sedgemoor.

Athelney Abbey was converted to a Benedictine monastery around AD It was never a rich monastery; the 12th-century writer William of Malmesbury says that the monks were few in number and poor. At the time of the Domesday Book, the abbey was a daughter house of Glastonbury Abbey.

Two Cartularies of the Benedictine Abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the County of Somerset. Edwin Harbin Bates. Harrison and Sons, (Erkenbald le Fleming is named in an early thirteenth-century grant by Maud de Ouvre to Woodspring Abbey. Looking for books by Edward Harbin Bates.

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Athelney Abbey, established in the county of Somerset, England, was founded by King Alfred inas a religious house for monks of the Order of St. was dedicated to "Our Blessed Saviour, St. Peter, St. Paul, and St. Egelwine". History Origins. Originally Athelney was a small island in swampland, in what is now the parish of East Lyng, covered with alders and infested by wild animals.

[7] Rev. E.H. Bates (ed.), Two cartularies of the Benedictine Abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the County of Somerset (Somerset Record Society, XIV, ), pp.[8] Robin Bush, Somerset Villages in colour (Dovecote Press, Wimborne, ), p. The book, ‘A Calendar to the Feet of Fines for London & Middlesex’ (), Vol.

I, Richard I. to Richard III., by W. Hardy and W. Page, printed by Hardy & Page, London, p. states the following with respect to a ‘Thomas Duraunt, of Enefeld’. From: Cochoit Subject: Re: Wanstrow Date: Tue, 15 Feb (PST) References: Agnes de Wanstrow was the daughter and heir of Odo de Wanstrow and Matilda.

She was married first to Oliver Avenel. On 1 FebruaryOliver Avenel and Agnes, his wife, daughter and heiress of Odo of. The Isle of Athelney, according to the Abbey records, contained about ten acres of arable land and twenty acres of meadow along with part of moor situated on the south side.

[1] The Isle is a low lying hill, in two parts, on the north side of the River Tone and is the only point of elevation on that side of the river of any consequence. [2] But that elevation, according to Professor Mike Aston. Bates, Two Cartularies of the Benedictine Abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the County of Somerset, Somerset Record Society,p) Resources The foundation resources for the study of this family are the pedigrees included in various published visitations by the Heralds of the College of Arms.

Bates, Two Cartularies of the Benedictine Abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the County of Somerset, Somerset Record Society,p) Resources The foundation resources for the study of this family are the pedigrees included in various published visitations by the Heralds of the College of Arms.

Athelney: E. Bates, ed., Two cartularies of the Benedictine abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the county of Somerset () (Google Books [Hints and tips]) Somerset Record Society, number English abstract of the Muchelney cartulary, with some transcripts; partial English abstract of.

Two Cartularies of the Benedictine Abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the County of Somerset; Vol containing Anglo-Saxon charters (English and Latin; eBook) Calendars of the Ancient Charters and of the Welch and Scotish Rolls.

Two cartularies of the Benedictine abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the county of Somerset, Somerset Record Society Publications, 14 () Bates, E.H.

ed., The particular description of the county of Somerset, drawn up by Thomas Gerard of Trent,Somerset Record Society Publications, 15 () Weaver, F.W.

ed., Somerset medieval wills. Alexander de Cruwys. Born: before Died: shortly before 13 October (writ DCE) Married: Constance (probably de London) Alexander de Cruwys was the son of Sir Robert de Cruwys and Matilda Fitz Payn.

Given that his elder son was born in it is reasonable to place his birth as before, and probably well before, He is named in a suit concerning Anstey Cruwys as the son of Sir. newsgroup as to the parentage of Sir William de Cantelowe, Steward of the King's Household, who died in To my knowledge, to date no published many years ago in Two Cartularies of the Augustinian Priory Benedictine Abbeys of Muchelney & Athelney (Somerset Rec.

Soc. 14) (): 71]. A fifth witness, Jordan de Alneto, is presumably. English Medieval Legal Documents Database. Two Cartularies of the Benedictine Abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the County of Somerset.

Anglo-Saxon Writs. Select English Historical Documents of the Ninth and Tenth Centuries. The Early Charters of Author: Paul Moorman.

Athelney: Bates, E. (ed.) () Two Cartularies of the Benedictine Abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the County of Somerset (Somerset Record Society). Basset Charters: Reedy, W. (ed.) () Basset Charters c toPipe Roll Society NS Vol. L (London).

The impressive church of St Peter and St Paul stands beside the ruins of the 12th century Benedictine abbey of Muchelney.

The first church here in the 'great island' of Muchelney was built in the Saxon period, but most of the present building is 15th century. From at least the vicar was. • Athelney Cartulary (Bates) E.H. Bates (ed.) Two Cartularies of the Benedictine Abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney, Somerset Record Society, 14 ().

• Atkins, The Church of Worcester Sir Ivor Atkins, The Church of Worcester from the Eighth to theFile Size: KB. Two Cartularies of the Benedictine Abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the County of Somerset, Somerset Record Society (), See cited charters Battely Battely, J., Antiquitates Sancti Edmundi Burgi (Oxford, ).

Two cartularies of the Benedictine abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the county of Somerset () (Google Book Search) Somerset Record Society, number English abstract of the Muchelney cartulary, with some transcripts; partial English abstract of the Athelney cartulary.

Two Cartularies of the Benedictine Abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the County of Somerset. Somerset Record Society Publications, London: The Society, Two Cartularies of the Benedictine Abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the County of Somerset, ().

Bede and Benedict Biscop', (). Bede and the Gewissae: the political evolution of the Heptarchy and its nomenclature', Cart.: The text of the Book of LlanAuthor: Heather Edwards.

Ass - Extracts from Assize Rolls (see Dorset County Museum). Athel C - Two Cartularies of the Benedictine Abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney. Boswell - The Civil Division of Dorset. Sherborne Ch - Calendar of Charter Rolls DB Exon - Domesday Book (Exeter).

Digby - Records of Sherborne Castle Estate & of Digby family in DHC. Candel in Domesday, Exon.; Montacute Cartulary; Calendar of Charter Rolls; Two Cartularies of Benedictine Abbeys of Muchelney & Athelney. Caundel Dorset Feet of Fines. The isle of Athelney (perhaps ‘Island of Princes’) was similarly placed, surrounded by a swampy saltmarsh, and was the site of an abbey in the 9th century.

There was a similar Saxon abbey on the nearby island of Muchelney (‘Great Island’) and in the later Middle Ages chapels were built on top of hills (Glastonbury Tor and Burrow Mump.

To give thanks for his victory, Alfred founded Athelney Abbey on the island in The Abbey was in existence until the Dissolution of the Monasteries in under King Henry VIII.

Alfred went on to implement the plans he formulated on Athelney Island to unite all the kingdoms and is the only English King to be called the Great.

The Abbey of Athelney is believed to be on the hill that was the Isle of Athelney in the Somerset marshes, where King Alfred sought refuge.

The Abbey register has this entry for A.D. "I, John son of Thomas de Ashford, have given to the Lord John de Thresk rector of Sutton Montagu all my lands &c.

in the parishes of Ilton, Wyghtlakyngton. Bates (ed.), Two cartularies of the Benedictine abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the county of Somerset (). Bookplate of Harry Percy Boord [–].

This website uses no cookies. Two Cartularies of the Benedictine Abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the County of Somerset, edited by E. H. Bates, Two Years' Course of Study in the Chinese Language: vol. 1, Analytical Primer, by Rev. Robert Thomas Bryan, in four volumes, Montsoreau is a very old place, which still holds Neolithic and Gallo-Roman remains.

↑ Abbey Athelney () (in en). Two Cartularies of the Benedictine Abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the County of Somerset. subscribers only. https. MUCHELNEY CP ST42SW 8/ - Monks' Reredorter, Muchelney Abbey GV II* Reredorter to Benedictine Abbey, now barn. C13 possibly.

Local lias stone, Ham stone quoins; half hipped thatched roof. Raised single storey.