The Parishes of the Diocese of Worchester Volume 1

The Parishes of the Diocese of Worchester Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1889 edition. Excerpt: ...buried. His monument and epitaph are too well known to need description. The Guild Chapel was rebuilt by Sir Hugh Clopton, Henry VII. When repairing the building, the walls were found to have been covered with mural paintings. THE CHURCH or ST. JAMES was built 1855, and is a chapel of ease of the parish church. Date of Register, 1558. Patron.--Lord Sackville. Church Goods.--1888, 2 chalices, 2 patens, 2 flagons, large, in separate cases of wood and leather, 1716; altar cross, vases, candlesticks, altar cloths; 1552, 2 chalices, 2 bells, 2 vestments, 3 copes, 4 albs, 4 altar cloths, 2 candlesticks, 1 cruet, 3 cloths, 3 streamers, 1 silver cross. Value of Living.--1291; 1535, 20; 1669, 20; 1784, 20; 1844, 239; 1875, 300; 1887, 345. Vicars from 1245. N. de Widebrock. J. Brethgirdle. N. Brady. W de Grenfield. R. Barton. R. Synge. J. de Cadamo. J. Bromhall. W. Meese. F. de Anisio. R. Bifield. E. Deane. J. Vanne. J. Wilson. E. Kenwick. H. de Hastings. H. Turchel.--. Davenport. W. de Estaniaco. J. Simcox. H. Harding. R. de Stretford. J. Tropt. G. Granville. J. Geraud. R. Croft. J. Collis. J. Ovington. G. Arbuthnot. R. Dios. J. Jackson. The Grammar School was founded_ by Thomas J olliffe of this town, 1482, and was refounded by Edward VI., 1553. Here Shakespeare was educated. The present National Schools were built 1866; there are British Schools. The Roman Catholic Church was built 1866, Independent Chapel, 1855; Baptist, 1885; Wesleyan and Primitive Methodist, --. Shakespeare's birthplace is in Henley Street. This house, which contains the Shakespeare Museum, and the house he lived in when he was at Stratford, "New Place," were purchased by public subscription, the birthplace in 1847, New...show more

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  • Paperback | 120 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 227g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236788753
  • 9781236788757