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The cartulary of God"s House, Southampton

God"s House (Hospital : Southampton, England)

The cartulary of God"s House, Southampton

by God"s House (Hospital : Southampton, England)

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Published by University Press in Southampton .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Southampton (England),
  • England,
  • Southampton.
    • Subjects:
    • Landlord and tenant -- England -- Southampton.,
    • Cartularies.,
    • Southampton (England) -- History -- Sources.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Statementedited by J. M. Kaye.
      SeriesSouthampton records series ;, vol. 19
      ContributionsKaye, J. M.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA690.S7 S65 1976
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4593711M
      ISBN 100854321527
      LC Control Number77356081
      OCLC/WorldCa2964418

      Southampton Ships and Shipping in the s with curator Maria Newbery Thu 20th Feb , pm - pm Maria Newbery, Senior Curator of Maritime and Local History at Southampton City Council, explores the history of Southampton in the age of sail, uncovering some of the untold stories of the people and the ships that carried the town’s trade. Eventbrite - ArtfulScribe presents Writers' Day at God's House Tower - Saturday, March 7, at God's House Tower, Southampton, England. Find event and ticket information. A day of workshops, panel talks, performance and discussion for writers at all .

      ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Microfiche in pocket. Description: xxiii, pages ; 25 cm + 1 microfiche (11 x 15 cm) Contents. The ancestors of the Hamp surname lived among the ancient Anglo-Saxon culture. The name comes from when they lived in the village of Hampton in the dioceses of Worcester, Hereford, London, Exeter, and Lichford. The family may have originated in Normandy as the Magni Rotuli Scaccarii Normanniae lists: William de Hantona, Normandy, and William, Aelis, Gervase, Osbert, Walter de Hantona.

      Of all the Anglo-Saxon names to come from Britain, Hampton is one of the most ancient. The name is a result of the original family having lived in the village of Hampton in the dioceses of Worcester, Hereford, London, Exeter, and Lichford. The family may have originated in Normandy as the Magni Rotuli Scaccarii Normanniae lists: William de Hantona, Normandy, and William, Aelis, Gervase. TOWN QUAY, God's House Gate (formerly listed as South Gate or God's House Gate and adjoining portion of City Wall) GV I A circa gateway defended by a double portcullis. It was known as the Saltmarsh Gate and God's House Gate after the nearby hospital for poor travellers.


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The cartulary of God"s House, Southampton by God"s House (Hospital : Southampton, England) Download PDF EPUB FB2

The cartulary of God's House, Southampton. Southampton: University Press. MLA Citation. God's House (Hospital: Southampton, England). and Kaye, J.

The cartulary of God's House, Southampton / edited by J. Kaye University Press Southampton Australian/Harvard Citation. God's House (Hospital: Southampton, England). Get this from a library. The cartulary of God's House, Southampton. [J M Kaye; God's House (Hospital: Southampton, England)].

Diplomatics Complete Names Complete Cartulary Number: Title: Cartulary of God's House, Southampton Bibliographic Title: Cartulary of God's House, Southampton. Bibliography and Sources - J.

Kaye (ed.), The Cartulary of God's House, Southampton, vols I and II. [Southampton Record Series vols XIX and XX]. Southampton: Southampton University Press, cx + pp. 8 plates. 2 tables. 1 pull-out map. £6 per volume. - Volume 5 - D. PalliserAuthor: D.

Palliser. God's House Tower is a late 13th century gatehouse into the old town of Southampton, stands at the The cartulary of Gods House corner of the town walls and permitted access to the town from the Platform and Town Quay. It is now an arts and heritage venue, and has previously served as the town gaol and housed the Museum of on: Winkle Street/Town Quay, Southampton.

A copy of the plan of Southampton in J. Kaye's 'The Cartulary of God's House, Southampton' needs to be referred to.

The tenement to the north of John Mille's "capital tenement" is probably what is now 58 French Street (the medieval merchant's house in the guardianship of English Heritage). The main house was the Varnacle, including two of the. Book Reference - Author: A T Patterson - Title: A History of Southampton3 Vols.

- Date: Article Reference - Author: J M Kaye (ed) - Title: The Cartulary of God's House, Southampton book - Date: Book Reference - Author: E O Blake (ed) - Title: The Cartulary of the Priory of St Denys near Southampton - Date: The Southampton Port and Brokage Books,Southampton Records Series, 36 () Thomson, S.D., The Book of examinations and depositions before the mayor and justices of Southampton,Southampton Records Series, 37 () Thick, A., The Southampton steward’s book of and the terrier ofSouthampton.

The Cartulary of the Priory of St. Denys Near Southampton [Volume I only. Lacking Volume II] [THE SOUTHAMPTON RECORDS SERIES, VOLS. XXIV] by BLAKE, E. (Editor) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The most obvious place to look for him is in Domesday Book That they actually were related is shown by a charter of the hospice of God's House, Southampton, in which Walter, The Cartulary of God's House, Southampton, volume 1, Southampton Record Series 19 (Southampton, ).

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Book will be 6 inches wide by 9 inches tall and soft cover : John Aston Whitlock. God's House Tower. 1K likes. OPEN NOW. Stunning rooftop views, inspirational art and years of history. The correct answer to yesterday's question was A. Octoberwhen a French Fleet sailed up Southampton Water and landed near the bottom of Bugle Street.

They set fire to buildings, slaughtered all those that they encountered, and looted from the cellars and warehouses before eventually being driven away by the county militias after two days.

By Cartulary Name () Fragments on Vellum, including 26 charters () Book of the Foundation of Walden Monastery () Bridgwater Borough Archives () Bristol Charters - () Cartulary of God's House, Southampton () Cartulary of Launceston Priory () Cartulary of Lilleshall Abbey.

The publication of these books began nearly fifty years ago with the Port Books of Southampton,edited by P. Studer for the Southampton Record Society, Two further volumes, comprising the surviving Port Books for the reign of Edward IV and edited by D.B.

Quinn, were published by the Society in " - from the Preface. A cartulary is a list, or file, of charters, privileges and legal rights which is how we know that the monks at Garendon owned granges at Roystone near Ashbourne, Biggin and Heathcote – all in Derbyshire and described by Mick Aston in Monasteries in the Landscape.

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It is the only survivor of several medieval wool houses which date from when Southampton was a leading wool port. According to one expert, it was the only medieval building in Europe that had the sole purpose of storing wool: in this case prior to shipment.

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Full text of "The history and antiquity of Southampton, with some conjectures concerning the Roman clausentum". URSE d'Abetot (fl.

), sheriff of Worcestershire, derived his name from St. Jean d'Abbetot, near Tancarville (Seine Inférieure). He appears in ‘Domesday’ as a tenant-in-chief in the counties of Gloucester, Worcester, Hereford, and Warwick, being also styled in it ‘Urso de Wirecestre’ (f.

b) from his office as sheriff of Worcestershire.