The Church Plate of Pembrokeshire; To Which Is Added the Chantry Certificates Relating to the County of Pembroke by the Commissioners of 2 Edward VI (1548) Extracts from the Returns of Church Goods in 6 & 7 Edward VI (1552-1553) and Notes

The Church Plate of Pembrokeshire; To Which Is Added the Chantry Certificates Relating to the County of Pembroke by the Commissioners of 2 Edward VI (1548) Extracts from the Returns of Church Goods in 6 & 7 Edward VI (1552-1553) and Notes

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1905 edition. Excerpt: ...called Toquonocus (see Zimmer's Early Celtic Church, 68). We seem to have very many instances of this in Pembrokeshire, cf. Llandydoch, Llandeloy, Llandigwynnet, etc. (see"Amsang Reprints," vol. 1,324). Perhaps Llandy-cefn may hide a name of this kind. Cf. also Landegof in note under Llanfair-nant-y-gof. Llanychaer" (S. Dav1d, later).--The only vessels now belonging to this Church consist of a pewter Bowl and Plate. The bowl (see Llanstinan) is 8 in. in diam., and 2 in. high. It carries one mark which appears to be a swan's head within an oval stamp. The plate is in. in diameter and marked X sUPERFINE LONDON' HAJLD METAL. Llanychllwydog 1 (S. Dav1d, later).--There is at the present time no plate belonging to this parish. Llawhaden (S. A1dan).--An Elizabethan Chalice bearing the maker's mark only, viz. The bowl is of the form of an inverted truncated cone. It has the customary two bands of decorated strap-work, the upper one enclosing the usual woodbine foliage, a spray of which is carried above and below each of the three intersecting points, whilst within the lower band is the inscription "+ POCVLVM ECLESYE DE LANYEHADEN ." Under the bowl and also where the stem joins the base is a band of vertical reed moulding. Dividing the stem is a small narrow knop ornamented with intermittent lines and with fillet above and below. The Paten cover has disappeared. The dimensions of the Chalice are as follows: --height, 6 in.; diam. of bowl, 3J in.; depth, 3 in.; diam. of base, 3J in.; weight, 7 oz.--A Plate used as a Credence Paten, bearing the hall mark of the Britannia standard for 1713, the maker's mark not being discoverable. Beneath is roughly Cf. last note and also note under Llanllawer. These are some of the older spellings of...show more

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