3 edition of The monumental brasses of Bedfordshire found in the catalog.
The monumental brasses of Bedfordshire
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||William Lack, H. Martin Stuchfield and Philip Whittemore.|
|Contributions||Stuchfield, Martin., Whittemore, Philip., Monumental Brass Society (London, England)|
|LC Classifications||NB1842 .L24 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||114|
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Monumental brasses in the Bedfordshire churches by Isherwood, Grace. Publication date Topics Brasses -- England Publisher London: Elliot Stock Collection cdl. monumentalbrasses inthe bedfordshirechurches graceisherwood withillustrationsdrawnbykittyisherwogd fromrubbingsbytheauthoress london elliotstock,62,paternosterrow,e.
The complete brass would have had an additional plate showing a group of daughters and four roundels. Places This group of monumental brasses came from a variety of different sources - some were acquired from a butcher in Derbyshire and others from London dealers. They all came originally from Dunstable Priory Church in Description: Monumental brass Henry Fayrey.
Heraldry Books Second Hand Books. Heraldry Books. Monumental Brasses. £ By Mann, James. King Penguin. Good condition. Prov: Library of Stuart Whitefoot; MS sig John Harrison. Condition: Used Out of stock.
Heraldry Books Society Shop Share. Spiritual Gentlemen?: Rank and status among the late medieval clergy: the evidence of monumental brasses; Testamentary requests for brasses in Bedfordshire churches; Between England and Spain: Pedro Dávila y Zúñiga, 1st Marquess of Las Navas, ; Notes on books, articles and the internet.
in developing and promoting the study of brasses, indents and incised slabs. As Richard Busby pointed out, several of our former grandees are well known for their publications A. Connor, Monumental Brass Society MEETING REPORT Monumental Worthies 3rd November Johan Dirick Hoenzoon van Suburich,and wife.
The brasses were all expertly examined in when the remaining portion of Johns damaged figure and their joint shield were loose. The shield was found to be a palimpsest, i. it had been re-used and the reverse The monumental brasses of Bedfordshire book illustration) is cut from the brass to a gentleman in a furred gown, c, probably from London monastic spoil following the dissolution of the monasteries.
Monumental brasses: A Gallery of Brass Rubbings (Ashmolean Museum, Oxford) William, Viscount Beaumont Lord Bardolf  Wivenhoe, Essex (Ashmolean Museum, Oxford) Lady Katherine Howard, c, Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk; Jeffrey Jocelin (or The monumental brasses of Bedfordshire book and his two wives,Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire (Great St Mary's Church).
Comprehensive list of the memorial brasses found in the British Isles, based upon the work of Herbert Haines but with additions. With a detailed Index over pages, some annotation to text, included two typed rather scholarly essays on Monumental Brasses in Cornwall etc, presumably by the previous owner Emile De St.
Paer-Gotch. Monumental Brass. This rectangular brass plaque is inscribed in Latin: Pray for the soul of Robert Gylmyn who died in the year This plaque would have been set into an indent in Gylmyn's tomb slab, probably below his effigy.
It is all that remains of the monumental brass of Robert Gylmyn of Seasalter parish, near Whitstable, in Kent. Apr 1, - Explore Peter Walker's board "Monumental Brasses" on Pinterest. See more ideas about effigy, medieval, medieval art pins.
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Mensendieck, Hydraulic Manual 10(). A monumental brass is a type of engraved sepulchral memorial which in the 13th century began to partially take the place of three-dimensional monuments and effigies carved in stone or wood.
Made of hard latten or sheet brass, let into the pavement, and thus forming no obstruction in the space required for the services of the church, they speedily came into general use, and continued to be a.
Kuhlicke (1). Frederick William Kuhlicke, FSA () was senior modern languages master at Bedford Modern School, and an authority on Bedfordshire history, archaeology, heraldry and monumental brasses.
2 a Yorkshire Series 0, Bulletin of the Monumental Brass Society 56 (February, ), p. b Richard Goughs papers relating to monumental brasses in the Bodleain Library, Oxford, Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society XIV, pp.
The Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and Records Service (BLARS) hold the registers for Renhold: BaptismsMarriagesBurialsBanns Transcripts in either book or microfiche form for registers prior to can be.
Brass Society, XIII1,pp Badham, S. 'Monumental Brasses: the development of the York workshops in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries' in Wilsonpp Domesday Book-Bedfordshire Sankaran, Veronica San Census Phillimore Domesday Book-Cheshire Morgan, Philip Mor Genealogy Phillimore Monumental Brass Bertram, J.
Threlfall, John Brooks Bert Brasses, monumental Headly, This is a small replica of a medieval monumental brass. Brasses were made of knights, lords, ladies and clergy as a monument to them.
The brasses were placed either in the floor or on the wall of churches and cathedrals were the person was a patron. Often the individual was buried under the brass on the floor of the church or cathedral. THERE are about 8, monumental brasses in the churches of Britain, representing only a small proportion of the total number of brasses set in place between about and (ref.
The preparation of rubbings of many of these brasses is extensively practised at present, particularly by visitors to England. Although brass rubbing (in the Netherlands) is documented as far back as The Monumental Brasses of St. Marys by Martin Stuchfield.
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The church is located in Church LaneChurch End. The postcode is London E17 9RJ. The nearest station is Walthamstow Central on the Victoria underground line. The living is a vicarage in the diocese of Ely, value £ The church, dedicated to St.
Peter, contains a brass to W. Cobbe, There is a National school for both sexes. The Baptists have two places of worship. Colworth House, Sharnbrook Hall, and Waterside House are the principal residences.
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Brasses behind the screen - - jpg × ; 49 KB. Apr 3, - Fairford, Gloucestershire. Sir Edmund Tame The Monumental Brass Society was founded in to preserve and record monumental brasses. Initially it was known as the Cambridge University Association of Brass Collectors.
Later it was renamed the Monumental Brass Society. From a membership of 60 inthe Society has grown to around today. Find many great new used options and get the best deals for Monumental Brasses and Slabs: An Historical and Descriptive Notice of the: New at the best online prices at End date: CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Of all the monuments to be seen in the cathedrals and churches of Britain perhaps the least recognised are the medieval engraved memorial brasses.
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