2 edition of Durford Abbey and its lands. found in the catalog.
Durford Abbey and its lands.
E. M. Yates
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Such lands were usually dedicated to the devil, and it was considered dangerous to break them up by means of cultivation5. This common lay between the domain of the Abbey of St Albans, namely Sandridge on the south, and that of Westminster Abbey on the north. Both abbots claimed it, although its name implies that it was extra-parochial, and it Redevelopment plans for the Tower at Erieview, a half-empty story office building in downtown Cleveland, gained traction this week with a $5 million state tax credit award. The s tower was the largest winner in a fierce statewide contest for $ million in historic tax credits awarded
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Durford abbey was established about on the northern bank of the Rother in the parish of Rogate by Henry Hussey, lord of the neighbouring manor of Harting.
The cartulary, mostly compiled in the late 13th century but with later additions, records its endowment by the founder, his son and others, notably Henry of Guildford in the early 14th Text consists of an English calendar of the cartulary of Durford abbey, a house of Premonstratensian, or White, canons.
The cartulary, compiled in the late 13th century, but with later additions, records its endowment by the founder, his son and others, notably Henry of Guildford in the early 14th century, and gifts and purchases of :// Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hockey, Stanley Frederick.
Quarr Abbey and its lands, Leicester, Leicester U.P., (OCoLC) QUARR ABBEY AND ITS LANDS by S. Hockey. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at :// abbey.
The remains lie within two areas of protection on either side of the village street, in the valley of the Harper Brook. The abbey was founded in by William Batevileyn, as a daughter house of New Minster Abbey, and its lands fell within two parishes.
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