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The pre-Reformation records of All Saints", Bristol

The pre-Reformation records of All Saints", Bristol

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Published by Produced for the Bristol Record Society by A. Sutton Pub. in Stroud [England] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Bristol (England)
    • Subjects:
    • All Saints" (Church : Bristol, England) -- History -- Sources.,
    • Bristol (England) -- Church history -- Sources.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementedited by Clive Burgess.
      SeriesBristol Record Society"s publications ;, v. 46
      ContributionsBurgess, Clive., All Saints" (Church : Bristol, England)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX5195.B7 P74 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. <1 > ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL929361M
      ISBN 100901538167
      LC Control Number95229299

      The Pre-Reformation Records of All Saints’ Church, Bristol: Wills, The Halleway Chantry Records and Deeds Burgess, Clive Bristol Record Society Proceedings in the Parliaments of Elizabeth I Hartley, T. E. Leicester Author: Marjorie Keniston McIntosh. Burgess, C. (ed.), The Pre-Reformation Records of All Saints’, Bristol (3 vols, Bristol, ) Burgess, C. (ed.), The Church Records of St Andrew Hubbard Eastcheap, c (London Record Society, ).

      Burgess (Clive), editor THE PRE-REFORMATION RECORDS OF ALL SAINTS' BRISTOL: Part 3. Wills, The Halleway Chantry Records and Deeds. Frontis, xxviii + pp, original cloth, dustwrapper. Volume Bristol Record Society. £ Views from the Parish: Churchwardens’ Accounts cc Edited by Valerie Hitchman and Andrew Foster This book first published Cambridge Scholars Publishing Lady Stephenson Library, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE6 2PA, UK British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library.

      Bristol: Clive Burgess, editor, The Pre-Reformation Records of All Saints', Bristol: Part I. [Benefactions, inventories and accounts] () (Bristol Record Society) Bristol Record Society Publications, Clive Burgess, editor, The Pre-Reformation Records of All Saints' Church, Bristol. Part 2: The Churchwardens' Accounts. Free 2-day shipping. Buy Studies in the History of Medieval Religion: The Right Ordering of Souls' (Hardcover) at nd: Clive Burgess.


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Buy The Pre-reformation Records of All Saints' Church Bristol: Part 3 by Clive Burgess from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Author: Clive Burgess.

From the church book of All Saints parish, Bristol. This is the first evidence of a crane in the Bristol book. Printed text: Clive Burgess (ed).

‘The Pre-Reformation Records of All Saints, Bristol: part I’, Bristol Record Society xlvi (), p17 (Ref.

J/BRS/46). Inventory of John Smyth’s ship File Size: KB. Overall, the book provides an exceptionally rich picture of pre-Reformation life within the parish of All Saints’, Bristol, which will surely become a firm fixture in the libraries and reading lists of those working on religious and parish history.

All Saints’ was a tiny and apparently unremarkable parish in the centre of Bristol, covering an area of less than square metres; init had only communicants. But from a historian’s perspective, All Saints’ was a remarkable place: it is one of the best-documented parishes in medieval : Katherine Harvey.

Get this from a library. 'The right ordering of souls': the parish of All Saints' Bristol on the eve of the Reformation. [Clive Burgess] -- In the two centuries preceding the Reformation in England, economic, political and spiritual conditions combined with constructive effect.

Endemic plague prompted a demonstrative piety and, in a. Alice Chestre (sometimes written "Chester" or "Chestour") (died ) was a merchant and a benefactor of the city of Bristol, married Henry Chestre (or Chester), a draper who traded in Spain, Lisbon, Bordeaux and Brittany, exporting cloth and importing other goods.

He was the third son of Robert Chester of Stow St Edward. Henry died on 14 February. 'An account book of Thomas Wharton, 5th Baron Wharton (iI7I5)', Rec. Bucks., 36 (I), pp. Bielenberg, A., 'Mechanised linen manufacture in Limerick in i some clues to the external economies.

The Pre-reformation Records of All Saints' Church Bristol: Part 3. Clive Burgess. 30 Jun Clive Burgess. 15 Nov Hardback. unavailable. Notify me.

The Pre-Reformation Records of All Saints' Church Bristol: Part 2. Clive Burgess. 30 Jun Hardback. unavailable. Notify me. Pre-reformation Accounts of All Saints', Bristol, part 1. This book, using the remarkable survival of records for one parish - All Saints', Bristol, in the later fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries - scrutinises the investment that the faithful made.

If not necessarily typical, it is undeniably revealing, going further than any previous study to expose and explain parishioners' priorities Author: Clive Burgess. Bristol Record Office, Ohurchwardens' Accounts of All Saints.

The series of account books for All Saints is the finest of all the Bristol Churchwardens' accounts; it consists of 89 volumes, starting in and continuing until For extracts from the All Saints' accounts see E.G.C.F. Atchley, 'Some DocumentsFile Size: 3MB. This book, using the remarkable survival of records for one parish - All Saints', Bristol, in the later fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries - scrutinises the investment that the faithful made.

If not necessarily typical, it is undeniably revealing, going further than any previous study to expose and explain parishioners' priorities. 61 The much fuller audited accounts are printed in The Pre-Reformation Records of All Saints Bristol: Part 2, ed. Burgess, C. (Bristol Record Society Publications; Bristol, forthcoming, ).

62 It is, for instance, striking that in both All Saints', Bristol, and St Andrew Hubbard, Eastcheap, churchwardens paid for the wine given to the Cited by: This book, using the remarkable survival of records for one parish - All Saints', Bristol, in the later fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries - scrutinises the investment that the faithful made.

If not necessarily typical, it is undeniably revealing, going further than any previous study to reveal and explain parishioners' priorities.

Yet, interestingly, after all these borough and university confirmations issued by Henry VIII inthe confirmation written into the Red Book of Bristol in favour of Kilkenny, seems to have disappeared between and when E.W.

Veale edited the relevant section of the Great Red Book for the Bristol Record Society. [9] Folio of the Great Red Book. records of All Saints’ much more widely known. The book includes plans of late-medieval Bristol, the surroundings of All Saints’ and a useful diagram of the church interior showing the position of the major altars, the Kalendars’ house and other features.

Some significantFile Size: KB.The Pre-reformation Records of All Saints’, Bristol: part 1, Bristol record Society, 46 () Richardson, D. ed., Bristol, Africa and the Eighteenth-Century Slave Trade to America, vol.

4: The Final Years,Bristol Record Society, 47 ().All Saints Church – Pre-Reformation History great deal of information on the alterations which were carried out and it is possible to extrapolate backwards to the pre reformation appearance. The abbey of St Nicholas had had tenure of the priory since the time of the Doomsday book, and also two and a half hides at Crafton, and the gift.