1 edition of Evesham borough records of the seventeenth century, 1605-1687 found in the catalog.
Evesham borough records of the seventeenth century, 1605-1687
|Statement||edited by Stephen K. Roberts.|
|Series||Worcestershire Historical Society -- 14|
|Contributions||Roberts, Stephen K., Worcestershire Historical Society.|
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The coat of arms was mentioned in the book History and Antiquities of the Abbey and Borough of Evesham, (William Tindal, A.M., ) as being located in the west window on the south aisle and listed two benefactors of Saint Peter’s Church, “John Washbourne and Richard Cowie.” John Washbourne was living in Bengeworth by which for a short time flanked the bridge on the Bengeworth side of the river. In the seventeenth century bricks came into fashion, and good clay for their manufacture was amply provided by the neighbourhood. To the end of the century belongs Dresden House in High Street, a fine example of the style of William the Third's time, built by a wealthy lawyer, who came to settle here, from the.
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Evesham borough records of the seventeenth century, Kendal, [England]: Printed for the Worcestershire Historical Society by Titus Wilson, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Stephen Roberts. The 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding record-keeping Evesham borough records of the seventeenth century possible by advances in the printing press.
In its determination to preserve the century of revolution, Gale initiated a revolution of its own: digitization of epic proportions to preserve these invaluable works in the Author: William Tindall.
Vol. 48, No. 4, Nov., Published by: Wiley on behalf of the Economic History Society. Evesham Borough Records of the Seventeenth Century, by S. Roberts. Evesham Borough Records of the Seventeenth Century, by S. Roberts (pp. ) Review by: Malcolm Wanklyn DOI: / The Book of Evesham, written and illustrated by Edmund New, was originally published in Edmund New was born in Evesham and later moved to Oxford, where he acquired some fame as an illustrator.
This is his only known work as an author, but he was responsible for illustrating many other books including Izaac Walton’s “The Complete.
A Selection from the Records of Philip Foley’s Stour Valley Iron Works – Part II, ed. R.G. Schafer () Evesham Borough Records of the Seventeenth Centuryed. Stephen K. Roberts () Calendar of the Register of Simon de Montacute Bishop of Worcester,ed. Haines (). Historical description. Evesham, a market-town and municipal borough, the head of a poor-law Evesham borough records of the seventeenth century, two parishes, and a vale in Worcestershire.
The town stands on the river Avon, 14 miles SE by E of Worcester, and 98 distant from London ( by railway). Lying 15 miles south-east of Worcester, close to the borders with Gloucestershire and Warwickshire, Evesham grew up around Evesham Abbey.
Though it sent representatives to Parliament in andit did not do so subsequently.6 Lewis Bayly, the vicar of All Saints, Evesham, sincewas appointed chaplain to Henry, prince of Wales soon after James’s accession,7 so enabling the town.
Fraser (ed.), Durham quarter sessions rolls, – Surtees Society (Newcastle, ), 99, –6, Stewart-Brown, Serjeants of the peace, 69–72, believes military serjeants of the peace were quite different from ‘the more normal type’, but his short chapter does not mention re-trove was yet another matter dealt with by procurators fiscal in : R.
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Schafer, R.G. ed., A Selection from the records of Philip Foley’s Stour Valley Iron Works, Part II, Worcestershire Historical Society New Series, 13 () Roberts, S.K.
ed., Evesham Borough Records of the Seventeenth Century,Worcestershire Historical. Full text of "Evesham Friends in the olden time: a history of "Evesham monthly meeting of the Society of Friends": with notes on "Worcestershire quarterly meeting," and the "Circular yearly meetings for the seven western counties."See other formats.
Evesham Borough Records of the Seventeenth Century, Edited by Stephen K. Roberts. Worcstershire Historical Society xxx, pages. Sussex County Records. Quarter Sessions Order Book, Edited by B.C. Redwood. Tindal, William The History and Antiquities of the Abbey and Borough of Evesham.
Cambridge Core - Urban History - Volume 23 - Issue 1. Licensing records of bootblacks and coffee-stall keepers as objects of municipal benevolence reveal their economic and social roles in the micro-geography of the city. Stephen K.
Roberts (ed.), Evesham Borough Records of the Seventeenth Century, – Worcestershire Historical. This book draws on a broad range of cross-disciplinary evidence, from the literary works of William Langland and the sermons of medieval preachers, to state, civic and guild laws, Davis scrutinises everyday market behaviour through case studies of small and large towns, using the evidence of manor and borough by: Evesham (/ ˈ iː v (ɪ) ʃ ə m, ˈ iː s ə m /) is a market town and parish in the Wychavon district of Worcestershire, in mid England with a population of 24, according to the census.
 It is located roughly equidistant between Worcester, Cheltenham and lies within the Vale of Evesham, an area comprising the flood plain of the River Avon District: Wychavon.
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- ed., Evesham Borough Records of the Seventeenth Century (), - co-ed., Politics and People in Revolutionary England (). I have also contributed extensively to the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, and have written many articles on aspects of English and Welsh history in this period. Search.
Library Everything; Museum; Archive; Library; RSC Performances. Welsh and English Quakers in search of farmland settled Evesham Township in the mid-seventeen century. They sailed to Philadelphia beginning inand moved across the Delaware River in search of farmland and religious freedom.
Evesham, New Jersey was named for Evesham, England, a Borough in England, near Stratford on River Avon. The seventeenth century Evesham Borough Books, meticulously edited by Stephen Roberts and published by the Worcestershire Historical Society, confirm that Cross was a man of some local standing.
He was elected as assistant to the town council on 30 Marchand held that role as late as Evesham’s history has inevitably featured the River Avon itself. Tucked away on a bend in this mighty river the town has fought a long battle with flooding, usually a losing one.
Records of severe floods go back to the 13th century and include the severe flooding of May Buckland is a village and civil parish in the borough of Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, parish, which also includes the village of Laverton, had a population of in The village is close to the Worcestershire border and miles (2 km) south of of the village is the Burhill iron age hillfort.
To the south, and within Buckland Parish, is the hamlet of y: England.