Lincolnshire Notes & Queries Volume 2

Lincolnshire Notes & Queries Volume 2

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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. 1891 edition. Excerpt: ...of the now King a.d. 1490-1, and William Copuldyke, aged 23 years, is his son and next heir. (To be continued.) W. Boyd. 140. Dedication Of A Church At Louth.--" Cur tent' ibm die lune px' post fm sci Mathie Apli tc Ola plita et querel in hac cur' t in cur' p'cedent' pendenc' ponunt, in ren vsq px' cur' causa hui9 ven'abil festi sci Winefredi mert'is in cui9 honore ecclia de louth dedicat' est tc"--Extracted from Court Roll of the Manor of Louth, 25th Henry VI. The The Rev. J. T. Fowler, of Durham, writes: --" Can it possibly be Winfrith, the sixth bishop of the Mercian diocese, who was thus closely connected with Lindsey? Bede calls him Vyn-, or Vin-fridus, and the writer of the Court Roll might mix up his name with that of St. Winifred. It does not appear that Winfrith was reckoned as a Saint, or had churches dedicated to him; but he may, like St. Higbald, or Hibald, have had a local reputation as such, now long forgotten. There are two or three dedications to St. Hibald still surviving. Winfrith was deposed by Theodore for not favouring his designs, and ended his days 'in holy conversation' at the monastery of Ad Baruae in Lindsey, probably Barrow-on-theHumber. The men of Lindsey may have thought he was hardly used by Theodore, and he may have acquired some local reputation as a 'saint.' Or, sci Winefredi may be a clerical error for sce Winefrede, who may have had a now forgotten feast at Louth in February." Louth parish church is dedicated to St. James, and a former church was dedicated to St. Mary--hence the Rev. Richard Stanton, of the Oratory, South Kensington, suggests that St. Winefred might possibly be "contitular with either of these saints, or perhaps patron of a chapel within either of the churches." Can...show more

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  • English
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  • 1236514610
  • 9781236514615