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2 edition of Chertsey Abbey cartularies. found in the catalog.

Chertsey Abbey cartularies.

Chertsey Abbey.

Chertsey Abbey cartularies.

with some notes from Landsdowne MSS. 435.

by Chertsey Abbey.

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Published by Surrey Record Society in Frome .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesSurrey Record Society -- no.34
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14351402M

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Early medieval Surrey: landholding, church, and settlement before -Saxon architecture Archaeol Ashtead assarts Banstead Bishop Blechingley Bookham boundaries Brit Lib Burstow canons chapel charter Chertsey Abbey Chertsey cartularies common fields compact Copthorne hundred Croydon D'Abernon deeds demesne dip-slope Domesday Book Downland. Chertsey Abbey, founded by Erkenwald in the year , was the first religious house to be built in Surrey. The greater part of the site was an island encircled by the Thames and the Abbey River, that was known as Cirotesige, or the island of Ceorot.

Chertsey, a town and a parish in Surrey. The town stands on the Thames, with a station on the L. & S.W.R., 22 miles from London. It is the Ceortesige of the Saxons, and was a seat of the Saxon kings. In Brayley's " History of Surrey " the derivation of the name Chertsey is given as follows: " Location: Chertsey, Surrey. Train tickets from Reading to Chertsey can start from as little as £ when you book in advance and are usually more expensive when purchased on the day. Prices can also vary depending the time of day, route and class you book.


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Chertsey Abbey, dedicated to St Peter, was a Benedictine monastery located at Chertsey in the English county of Surrey. It was founded in AD by Saint Erkenwald who was the first abbot, and from AD the Bishop of jydrescueteam.com the same time he founded the abbey at Chertsey, Erkenwald founded Barking Abbey on the Thames east of London, where his sister Saint Ethelburga was the first jydrescueteam.comted to: St Peter.

Chertsey Abbey cartularies, volume II, part I: being the second portion of the Cartulary in the Public Record Office. Note: Citations are based on reference standards.

However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. The oldest surviving cartularies, however, originated in the 10th century.

Those from the 10th to the 13th centuries are very numerous. Cartularies frequently contain historical texts, known as cartulary chronicles, which may focus on the history of the monastery whose legal documents it accompanies, or may be a more general history of the world.

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G R C Davis, Medieval Cartularies of Great Britain (London, ), no Maps and plans in the Public Record Office: British Isles, ed N Blakiston and P A Penfold (London, ), no ; and see Local Maps and plans from medieval England ed R A Skelton and P D A Harvey (Oxford, ) pp ;rubricated.

NOTE - see Chertsey Cartularies,i. Chertsey Abbey. and Surrey Record Society. and Butler & Tanner (Printer). Chertsey Abbey cartularies, volume II, part I: being the second portion of the Cartulary in the Public Record Office London: Printed by Butler and Tanner for the Surrey Record Society Frome Australian/Harvard Citation.

Chertsey Abbey. & Surrey Record Society. HOUSE OF BENEDICTINE MONKS I. THE ABBEY OF CHERTSEY. The Benedictine Abbey of St. Peter of Chertsey was founded in the year A.D. by Erkenwald, afterwards Bishop of London, who became its first abbot, the new foundation being endowed with lands by the munificence of Frithwald, Subregulus of Surrey, under Ulfar, King of the Mercians, who in subsequent accounts is associated with.

The first written evidence for Thorpe comes in when there is mention of a re-affirming of a Royal Grant fromfor the lands for the support of Chertsey Abbey.

This reference is only known from 13th century copies of it in the Chertsey Cartularies, not from the original document. Page - After this the king had a great council, and very deep speech with his ' witan ' about this land, how it was peopled, or by what men ; then sent his men over all England, into every shire, and caused to be ascertained how many hundred hides were in the shire, or what land the king himself had, and cattle within the land, or what dues he ought to have, in twelve months, from the shire.

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Chertsey Abbey This page summarises records created by this Organisation The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the collection.

Chertsey cartularies, volume II, part 2: being extracts from British Museum Lansdowne MS. and the Clifford Cartulary, together with index to volume II. Frome ; London: Printed by Butler & Tanner for the Surrey Record Society.

MLA Citation. Chertsey Abbey. and Surrey Record Society. and Butler &. Saint Martin (Benedictine abbey), 2 books Henri Stein, 2 books Alexandre Pahud, 2 books Daventry Priory., 1 book Montecassino (Monastery), 1 book Notre-Dame of Homblières (Monastery), 1 book Peterborough Abbey., 1 book Sibton Abbey., 1 book Anne-Marie Legras, 1 book Esperanza Iñurrieta Ambrosio, 1 book Castile (Kingdom).

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Unlike some other reproductions of classic texts (1) We have not used OCR(Optical Character Recognition)Author: Lucy Wheeler. Chertsey Tourism: Tripadvisor has 19, reviews of Chertsey Hotels, Attractions, and Restaurants making it your best Chertsey resource.

Hotels near Chertsey Abbey. Near Train Stations. Hotels near Virginia Water Station. Hotels near Shepperton Station. Hotels near Weybridge Station. Chertsey (Davis ) Rest now pd: Chertsey Abbey Cartularies ed. Patricia M. Bames vol. 2 part ii (Surrey Record Society 12, ).

Cirencester (Davis & ) Now Oxford, Bodleian Library mss Dep. The University of Toronto DEEDS (Documents of Early England Data Set) Research Project was founded in by Michael Gervers, professor of History of the University of Toronto, to create a database of information culled from medieval property exchange documents which would be of interest to social and economic historians.

more about DEEDS. the history of chertsey and especially the Abbey Henry the 8th destroyed, the chertsey museum makes it come alive with the interesting way they portray this past of this time, also it is very child friendly, my seven year old grandson was fascinated with all the artifacts that have been unearthed5/5(47).Legend (pointer groups greater than than) > >10 >1 Institution - an Institution associated with either the giver or receiver of a property transaction in a cartulary Property - a property place location that is a transaction in a cartulary.Chertsey Abbey Monastery in Chertsey, England.

Desc: Chertsey Abbey, dedicated to St Peter, was a Benedictine monastery located at Chertsey in the English county of jydrescueteam.com was founded in AD by Saint Erkenwald who was the first abbot, and from AD the Bishop of London.