Release on 1851 | by George Atkinson (perpetual curate of Stow.)
George Atkinson (perpetual curate of Stow.) bells , at the same time that he gave a pair of the same mould to each of the churches of Beverley ... In the church , restored as we have seen , a college of secular priests was instituted ...
Author: George Atkinson (perpetual curate of Stow.)
That the church at Stow was “ spoliated ” at this time may be inferred from the fact of the Earl Leofric's restoring it . “ [ Leofricus ] construxit etiam ecclesiam Stow sub promontorio Lincolniæ . ” † Hovingden adds— “ Ecclesiam quam ...
That the church at Stow was spoliated ” at this time may be inferred from the fact of the Earl Leofric's restoring it . " [ Leofricus ] construxit iam ecclesiam OW promontorio Lincolniæ . ” + Hovingden adds— “ Ecclesiam quam ...
Richard Gem review of Stow Church Restored , 1846-1866 edited by Mark Spurrell , pp.490-91 . 67 ( 1987 ) lain Gordon Brown , Chyndonax to Galgacus : new letters of William Stukeley to Alexander Gordon ' , pp . 111-28 .
The font in Stow church stands on a platform ascended by two steps ; the base is square , with the figure of a ... the church was restored in 1852 ; and restoration has been made of the other portions of the building more recently .
Thus, the material used in the Latin Pontificals to suggest symbolic meanings for the church is all scriptural. ... For a grass-roots example see my Stow Church Restored (Woodbridge, for the Lincoln Record Society, 1984).
Author: Mark Spurrell
The Symbolism of Medieval Churches: An Introduction explores the ways in which the medieval church building and key features of it were used as symbols, particularly to represent different relationships within the Church and the virtues of the Christian life. This book introduces the reader to the definition, form, and use of medieval symbols, and the significance that they held and still hold for some people, exploring the context in which church symbolism developed, and examining the major influences that shaped it. Among the topics discussed are allegory, typology, moral interpretation, and anagogy. Further chapters also consider the work of key figures, including Hugh and Richard of St Victor and Abbot Suger at St-Denis. Finally, the book contrasts the Eastern world with the Western world, taking a look at the late Middle Ages and what happened to church symbolism once Aristotle had ousted Plato from the schools. Entering into the medieval mind and placing church symbolism in its context, The Symbolism of Medieval Churches will be of great interest to upper-level undergraduates, postgraduates, and scholars working on Architectural History, Medieval Art, Church History, and Medieval History more widely.
Nevertheless, according to the 1633 edition of Stow's Survey over a third of London churches were rebuilt, repaired, or beautified in the years of Laud's episcopate (1628–33).29 III of an The attack by Prynne on bowing at the name of ...
Author: Kenneth Fincham
Publisher: OUP Oxford
Altars are powerful symbols, fraught with meaning, but during the early modern period they became a religious battleground. Attacked by reformers in the mid-sixteenth century because of their allegedly idolatrous associations with the Catholic sacrifice of the mass, a hundred years later they served to divide Protestants due to their re-introduction by Archbishop Laud and his associates as part of a counter-reforming programme. Moreover, having subsequently been removed by the victorious puritans, they gradually came back after the restoration of the monarchy in 1660. This book explores these developments, over a 150 year period, and recaptures the experience of the ordinary parishioner in this crucial period of religious change. Far from being the passive recipients of changes imposed from above, the laity are revealed as actively engaged from the early days of the Reformation, as zealous iconoclasts or their Catholic opponents - a division later translated into competing protestant views. Altars Restored integrates the worlds of theological debate, church politics and government, and parish practice and belief, which are often studied in isolation from one another. It draws from hitherto largely untapped sources, notably the surviving artefactual evidence comprising communion tables and rails, fonts, images in stained glass, paintings and plates, and examines the riches of local parish records - especially churchwardens' accounts. The result is a richly textured study of religious change at both local and national level.
Release on 1892 | by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords
1875 1880 † In course of rebuilding and restoration and addition ; to be opened shortly . Rural Deanery of Trigg Minor ... Davidstow ( three stained windows , organ , Communion plate , and restored churchyard ) . Michaelstow Church St.
He observed that the of their highest duties , one of their happiest Restorations in Progress at Stow Church , ” of peculiar interest attaching to the transept of privileges , to aid in preserving , and restoring wbich he is the ...
Il acquires this Church and other property . ) Besides to strengthen this my conjecture , it is ... ( Ils properly , including this Church , given to Stow Abbey . ) ... ( Its property , including this Church , restored to Einsham Abbey . ) ...
As early as 1595 the Court of High Commission had supported a group of parishioners of Christ Church, Newgate, ... Anthony Munday's continuation of Stow's Survey of London also includes information on churches “repaired and beautified,” ...
Author: David Loewenstein
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Written by an international team of literary scholars and historians, this collaborative volume illuminates the diversity of early modern religious beliefs and practices in Shakespeare's England, and considers how religious culture is imaginatively reanimated in Shakespeare's plays. Fourteen new essays explore the creative ways Shakespeare engaged with the multifaceted dimensions of Protestantism, Catholicism, non-Christian religions including Judaism and Islam, and secular perspectives, considering plays such as Hamlet, Julius Caesar, King John, King Lear, Macbeth, Measure for Measure, A Midsummer Night's Dream and The Winter's Tale. The collection is of great interest to readers of Shakespeare studies, early modern literature, religious studies, and early modern history.
Every child almost , every of Sidnacester was ruined ; and the re . peasant , all the country round , will tell maining portion of that church in the of “ Stow Church as the mother church lower part of the existing transept of Lincoln ...
Release on 1831 | by Sylvanus Urban (pseud. van Edward Cave.)
OF AN ACCOUNT THE CHURCH OF migius ; I but it should rather appear Stow , co . ... converted it into an episcopal palace , and built or restored the monastery of Eynsham near Oxford , for the reception of the canons of Stow .
1 1 ना “ Under the head of Church Restoration , the Committee must first notice the continuation of the works at Ely ... Stow Church , Lincolnshire , is also to be soon taken in hand ; and we hear with great pleasure , that the late ...
Several of the windows are enriched with stained glass , and in 1846 the whole church was restored and newly seated ... schoolmistress Minta William , farmer and grazier Watchern James , bootmaker ; and at Great Ponton STOW is an ...
A Saxon gallery ; on the front of which is an Church exists , having an inscription inscription recording the consecration ... and as to the IN viewing the interior of the once specious plea of restoration , I do not fine Church of Stow ...
Stow Church Restored 1846–1866. (Lincoln Record Society 75, 1984), pp.xx–xxi. 5. It is also worth consulting the parish volumes of the Victoria County History for information on parish charities. 6. Laithwaite, P. 'The Parish Briefs of ...
Author: Stuart Raymond
Publisher: Pen and Sword
Parish records are essential sources for family and local historians, and Stuart Raymond's handbook is an invaluable guide to them. He explores and explains the fascinating and varied historical and personal information they contain. His is the first thoroughgoing survey of these resources to be published for over three decades. In a concise, easy-to-follow text he describes where these important records can be found and demonstrates how they can be used. Records relating to the poor laws, apprentices, the church, tithes, enclosures and charities are all covered. The emphasis throughout is on understanding their original purpose and on revealing how relevant they are for researchers today. Compelling insights into individual lives and communities in the past can be gleaned from them, and they are especially useful when they are combined with other major sources, such as the census.Your Ancestors' Parish Records is an excellent introduction to this key area of family and local history research it is a book that all family and local historians should have on their shelf.
Hippisley John Hippisley family has bought had the a link right with to appoint Stow-on-the-Wold the rector of for ... The new rector decided that one of his first acts after coming to Stow had to be to restore the church – using much ...
Author: Nell Darby
Publisher: Casemate Publishers
Category: True Crime
Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in the Cotswolds explores the dark history of this famously picturesque region of England. Behind the picture-postcard idyll, everyday life in this largely rural area saw murders, beatings, jealousy and alcohol-fuelled crimes. Nell Darby's book examines a selection of these shocking events in vivid detail. Drawing on contemporary sources, newspapers and prison records, she gives a fascinating insight into life and death in the surprisingly turbulent past of the Cotswolds. The cases she reconstructs come from all over the region—the towns, the villages, the countryside. They show how Cotswold people carried out violent crimes regardless of their location and upbringing—from unemployed farmers' sons to educated surgeons, dark deeds were committed by individuals from all walks of life. They also reveal the criminal consequences of greed, madness, malice, carelessness and drink. Women were involved almost as often as men, as victims and as perpetrators.Nell Darby's thoroughly researched and sympathetically written anthology of Cotswold cases be compelling reading for anyone who lives in the area or is interested in its history.