3 edition of Luffield Priory charters. found in the catalog.
Luffield Priory charters.
Latin text, English introd. and captions.
|Statement||Edited, with an introd., by G. R. Elvey.|
|Series||Buckinghamshire Record Society. [Publications], v. 15, Buckinghamshire Record Society (Series) ;, no. 15.|
|Contributions||Elvey, G. R., ed.|
|LC Classifications||DA670.B9 A893 vol. 15 etc.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||74150713|
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Diplomatics Complete Names Complete Cartulary Number: Title: Luffield Priory Charters Volume: Part 1 Bibliographic Title: Luffield Priory Charters. Elvey. Note: Only charters with location data are shown.
Legend (pointer groups greater than than) > >10 >1 Institution - an Institution associated with either the giver or. The copy here is in a late thirteenth-century statute book in the possession of Luffield priory.
1 The heading is ‘Carta Johannis Regis que vocatur Runnemed’’. In chap the text reads ‘si inciderit’ rather than ‘inciderint’. Volume Luffield Priory Charters, Part 1. edited with an introduction by G.R. Elvey (Published jointly with Northamptonshire Record Society) +xviii pp () The charters of a Benedictine priory built on the border between Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire.
In this volume the charters relate mainly to Northamptonshire property. HOUSES OF BENEDICTINE MONKS 1. THE PRIORY OF LUFFIELD. The priory of Luffield was probably the first house of this order in Buckinghamshire, and was dedicated to the honour of St.
Mary; the name of the founder, Robert de Bossu, Earl of Leicester, shows the date of foundation to have been earlier than Gifts of land for the support of the monastery were confirmed by Henry I. and the. A cartulary of Luffield priory: Cambridge University Library Ee. I., fos by Professor David Carpenter This is the Charter but with the tax and other variants from 1 It is given by Richard Marsh, styled archbishop of Dublin rather than bishop of Durham, on 6 November 2.
THE PRIORY OF LUFFIELD. Robert Bossu, earl of Leicester, in the reign of Henry I. founded a small priory of Benedictine monks at Luffield within the forest of Whittlebury. The conventual buildings and offices were situated chiefly in the parish of Lillingstone Dayrell (Bucks), but the church stood in Northamptonshire, and from this fact the establishment was usually reckoned as pertaining.
Luffield Priory was a monastic house in Luffield Abbey, straddling the counties of Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire, England.
The priory was founded by Robert de Beaumont, 1st Earl of Leicester between andand dissolved Though the vast majority of the priory's land and buildings were in Buckinghamshire, the church itself stood in Northamptonshire; consequently it was the.
(Special Announcement) The Abbey is no longer open for public worship, general visiting or private prayer. Meanwhile, the community of Abbey clergy are continuing to worship and pray, in.
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The grant to Luffield Priory probably allowed the monks to cut down trees and make assarts. But although such charters in favour of the church are relatively common, Henry I has a reputation for being niggardly in sharing his monopoly of hunting beasts of the forest, and it may be doubted whether the monks of Luffield enjoyed a completely free.
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Charters up to pd. in full, those after this date cal. At much the same time, a messuage granted to Luffield Priory was said to lie between the houses of Henry Doket and Robert son of Reginald. Figure 1: Landscape and settlement in Whittlebury c Two substantial farms in Whittlebury remained separate from the village and its fields.
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Charters from DL 25 relating to Furness Abbey, Cartmel Priory, Conishead Priory and Burscough Priory, with charters from DL 36 (Cartae Miscellaneae).
There are descriptions of charters from DL 25 in the National Archives online catalogue, but they are less detailed than the ones in this calendar.
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