1 edition of chartulary of the Priory of St. Pancras of Lewes found in the catalog.
chartulary of the Priory of St. Pancras of Lewes
|Statement||edited by L.F. Salzman. Part 2.|
|Series||Sussex Record Society -- volume 40|
|Contributions||Salzman, L. F. 1878-|
Crook, B. I made him confess that the prior knew of it, and I have declared the prior to be perjured. For a corroboration of this tradition from authentic documents see above in the Note upon Beeding. MS,f. Gilbert le Waleis of Wollavyngton is mentioned circa Wiltshire, attributed to Henry Wallis, obit.
The mention of wood decidedly agrees with the situation of Frant, better than with that of Ferring; as any one must acknowledge, who is well acquainted with the nature of the country at and around those two places. Installation of splayed lancet windows by the monks during the thirteenth century has provided us with the wonderful natural light that floods the church during morning service. William de War enne's second charter of foundation, granted to Lewes Priory in the reign of Rufus, states this fact distinctly:- Volo ergo quod sciant qui sunt et qui futuri sunt, quod ego Willielmus de Warenna Surreiae comes, donavi et confirm avi Deo et Sancto Pancratio, et monachis Cluniascensibus, quicumque in ipsa e cclesia Sancti Pancratii Deo servient in perpetuum; donavi pro salute animae meae, et animae Gundredae uxoris meae, et pro anima domini mei Willielmi regi s,qui me in Anglecam terram adduxit, et per cujus licentiam monachos venire feci, et qui meam prioreum donationem confirmavit, et pro salute dominae meae Matildis reginae, matris uxoris meae, et pro salute domini mei Willielmi reg is,filii sui, post cujus adventum in Anglicam terram hanc cartam feci, et qu i me comitem Surregiae fecit. Borough BF, p. Stonestreet in Horsfield's Suss.
Market town c. Of All Saints' church the belfry is vaulted with stone; in the chancel are a piscina and three cinquefoil-headed sedilia. BL Add. Richard married a certain Denise, who is called 'the heiress of the Lord Glynde' in the old family pedigree. Evans, J. Heads of religious Houses in England and WalesCambridge.
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Mayhew, G. Several Roman urns were discovered in this parish A. In the south wall John and Mary Shelley,figures of both with children, boys behind the father, girls behind the mother, John and Elinor Shelley. He was officially thanked by parliament for his share in the fighting at the siege of Chichester and the recapture of Arundel inover which he was set in command with Sir William Springett of Ringmer.
Order to the sh of Sussex to make it known that the market would not be held, 12 Feb RLC, ii, p. However a portion of a small, very narrow window, little larger than an oylet, may indicate a mansion, rather than a religious edifice, which is rendered the more probable by the fact, that the farmhouse on the spot is the courthouse of the manor.
Some windows are Dec. Hockey, F.
They owed 40m. The east chartulary of the Priory of St. Pancras of Lewes book was a large, elaborate Dec. A door in the north side of the church has been walled up.
About this time he appears as witness to several St. Domesday Book shows that there was a flourishing market byits revenues presumably shared between the king and the earl VCH Sussex, i, p. The exterior of this very small church is so unpromising, that I was quite unprepared for finding in the interior anything of so much interest as it contains.
Market at Bramber may have fallen into disuse in the late fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, when no profits from toll are recorded.
Revue Belge d'archeologie et d'histoire de l'art 57, Brass, small: Will. William II also later confirmed this no. Thomas became lord of Stockton in Worcester, where the monument of his son Thomas rests at the church there. Those on the northern side have shafts with foliated capitals at the angles of the splays, rich, but sadly disfigured by lime wash.
At Otham farm are the remains of at chapel, now used as a stable. The Chartulary of the High Church of Chichester.
Mandate to the sh of Sussex to proclaim the market and cause it to be held. Godfrey, W. George Roll. Not one of the Norman chroniclers,he observes, with any exception, "has dropped the smallest hint of any husband or child, or consequently any such divorce on the part of Matilda previousto her marriage with the King.
It fell into disuse soon afterwards VCH Sussex, v, part i, p. De ista hida habet comes medietatem in foresta. Southover, Lewes; summary reports. Mary; soon after which time the church, now called St.Dec 03, · The Chartulary of Lewes Priory by Priory of St. Pancras (Lewes, England); 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Cartularies, Church lands, Priory of St.
Pancras. Sep 15, · Notes on the churches in the counties of Kent, Sussex, and Surrey/Sussex/Notes on the Churches C-H notices only the church of St. Pancras in the suburbs.—The Guildhall was the chapel of the Grey Friars monastery.
de Hegleghe—note, Odkelegh" is marked as designating this place. "Ecclesia de Hodlega" occurs in the Chartulary of Lewes. Walter II de Bec, Mabel’s brother, gave the tithes of his fee in Harpley to St Pancras of Lewes,  and with his brother Robert, and their uncle Ralph de Grandcourt, witnessed the gift of the church of Hesmy by Walter II Giffard and his wife Agnes, to the abbey of Tréport.May 13, · C.P.
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