2 edition of Pontefract Priory excavations, 1957-61. found in the catalog.
Pontefract Priory excavations, 1957-61.
Charles Vincent Bellamy
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Author: C. Vincent Bellamy. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bellamy, Charles Vincent. Pontefract Priory excavations, Leeds: Thoresby Society, (OCoLC) Bellamy, C. V.,1957-61. book Priory Excavations – Publications of the Thoresby Society 49(). Publications of the Thoresby Society 49().
The Thoresby Society, by: 1. The Chartulary of St. John of Pontefract: From the OriginalVolume 2 Pontefract Priory Full view - The Chartulary of St John of Pontefract: From the Original Document in the. Kirkstall Abbey Excavations - No Ismay References. Pontefract Priory Excavations - No Ismay References.
Miscellany. No Ismay References. Kirkstall Abbey Excavations - No Ismay References. Linnks with Bygone Leeds. No Ismay References. Miscellany. No Ismay References. Miscellany. 1957-61. book No Ismay. HOUSE OF CLUNIAC MONKS PRIORY OF PONTEFRACT.
The priory of St. John of Pontefract was founded in by Robert de Lacy. The house was dedicated to the honour of St. John the Evangelist, and subjected to the Cluniac monks of La Charité-sur-Loire, the order being then popular and in 'good odour and honest fame.
' The first monks, it appears, had formerly lived in the St. Nicholas'. Pontefract by St Richards Priory was founded on land donated by Edmund de Lacy at the edge Pontefract Priory excavations the new town, or West Chepe, Pontefract. In contrast, St John’s Priory the older Cluniac house, was situated in the original town area to the east.
The Pontefract black friars were allocated a territory in which to preach and beg. Pontefract Priory was a Cluniac monastery dedicated to St.
John the Evangelist, founded about by Robert de Lacy, 2nd Baron of Pontefract, and located in Yorkshire, existed until the dissolution of the monasteries. The Church and buildings have been completely destroyed, but the site is still indicated by the name of Monk-hill.
How Pontefract got its name I’ve been working on my research into the history of the de Lacy family today and discovered some interesting suggestions about how Pontefract got its name: Although there is no record of a place named Pontefract in the Domesday Book, by the time Ilbert de Lacy’s son Robert held land there the name was in use.
Pontefract Castle Conservation Area, Appraisal & Management Plan 4 Given the degree of investment in the town in the middle ages, there is substantial potential for the survival of medieval archaeological remains.
The castle itself is a scheduled ancient monument. Royal ownership of the castle from the twelfth century onwards gave the town itsFile Size: 4MB.
The History of the Ancient Borough of Pontefract: Containing an Interesting Account of Its Castle, 1957-61. book the Three Different Sieges it Sustained, During the Civil War, with Notes and Pedigrees, of Some of the Most Distinguished Royalists and Parliamentarians, Chiefly Drawn.
The Pontefract Priory excavations History 4 We know that the priory was founded in by the son of a William Flandrensis [Fleming] lord of Clifton,* one Regnerle Fleming [Reyner or Reginald le Fleming], lord of the manor of Clif in the first or second year of Henry II.
The land grant was not dated but it was dedicated to the Blessed Virgin and St. James. The priory of St. John of Pontefract was founded in by Robert de Lacy, dissolved in the Dissolution of Monasteries, the date of the surrender was 23 November The priory Pontefract Priory excavations St.
John of Pontefract was founded in by Robert de Lacy, dissolved in the Dissolution of Monasteries, the date of the surrender was 23 November Location: Pontefract, Metropolitan Borough of. At the heart of this book is a previously unpublished account of Ben Jonson's celebrated walk from London to Edinburgh in the summer of This unique firsthand narrative provides us with an insight into where Jonson went, whom he met, and what he did on the way.
Archaeological excavations in the ’s revealed the footings of a Saxon church, in close proximity to the present-day church, part of which have been left exposed. The church, on its present site, owes its existence to the close proximity of Pontefract Castle and what was the second largest Cluniac Priory in England, St John’s Priory.
The histories of various well-known people, including Richard, Duke of York and Thomas, Earl of Lancaster, record that they were buried at Pontefract. However it takes a little more digging to discover exactly where, because Pontefract had both a priory and a friary and even the information displayed on the signage board at the site.
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Thoresby Society Publications. The Thoresby Society is a historical society for Leeds and District, named after Ralph Thoresby (), the first historian of the town. Since its foundation in the Society has published books about Leeds, including the transcripts of the parish registers. This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index.
Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not illustrated. Excerpt: SECTION V. THE fortifications of Pontefract, were of such strength and magnitude, and the prudence and courage of the royalists esteemed so great, that the parliamentarian generals deemed the.
Page - Fill high the sparkling bowl, The rich repast prepare, Reft of a crown, he yet may share the feast: Close by the regal chair Fell thirst and famine scowl A baleful smile upon their baffled guest. Heard ye the din of battle bray, Lance to lance, and horse to horse.
Long years of havoc urge their destined course, And thro' the kindred squadrons mow their way. Grange Field, Pontefract, in which lies St. John's Priory, a Scheduled site. It is separated from the Priory by a cliff, out of which at various times skeletons have been eroded - (?) (). The plot is bounded to the north by Ferrybridge Road, and to the east by the derelict buildings of Robson's Maltsters.
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There were archaeological excavations in (on the occasion of the proposed expansion of Pontefract General Infirmary), in and in They served to locate the remains of several buildings of the friary and of a number of burials,   as well as to illuminate the post- dissolution history of the site.
Header Infrared Photograph by Eric Houlder LRPS of the battlefield of Winwaedfield at Thorpe Audlin where we dug in the '80s. It was a runner up in the International Historical Photographer of the year, It shows a possible Roman posting station (slightly left of.
The full story with maps and all the evidence is in my book, “Ancient Routes Through Pontefract: from Roman Roads to the Broken Bridge”, the remaining stock of which is held by the civic society. This is just one of the examples I shall use in my forthcoming talk to Pontefract. Pontefract (or Pomfret) Castle is a castle ruin in the town of Pontefract, in West Yorkshire, England.
King Richard II is thought to have died there. It was the site of a series of famous sieges during the 17th-century English Civil War.
Royalist stronghold. 5 External links. Model reconstructing Pontefract. John IV's son George b. at Keresforth found Elizabeth de Staynton's [a prioress of Kirklees] grave in within the priory cemetery.
George married Magdalen Usher of Barnsley. Their son Samuel, later Sir Samuel Armytage, 1st baronet was born at Kirklees Ch. 5th May Barnsley. Le Patourel, H E J'Appendix B: The Pottery', in C V Bellamy, Pontefract Priory ExcavationsPubl Thoresby Archaeological Excavations at Scholes Lodge Farm.
Pontefract is a historic market town in West Yorkshire, England, near the A1 (or Great North Road) and the M62 motorway. Historically part of the West Riding of Yorkshire, it is one of the five towns in the metropolitan borough of the City of Wakefield and had a population of 30, at the Census.
Pontefract's motto is Post mortem patris pro filio, Latin for "After the death of the father Metropolitan borough: City of Wakefield. MARY’S MISSION Induring the reign of George III, an Act of Parliament legitimised the use of St. Giles as Parish Church of Pontefract.
Although the church had been used in this category since the original Parish Church of All Saints in South Baileygate was. Archaeological excavations in the ’s revealed the footings of a Saxon church, in close proximity to the present-day church, part of which have been left exposed.
The church, on its present site, owes its existence to the close proximity of Pontefract Castle and, what was the second largest Cluniac Priory in England, St John’s Priory. The Thoresby Society is the historical society for the City of Leeds in West Yorkshire, England, and the surrounding was founded in and named after the historian of Leeds, Ralph Thoresby ().
The Society's Library was moved in into. Pontefract Priory: Pontefract Priory, Excavations XLIX: Pontefract Wills: Pontefract Wills,See Testamenta Leodiensia, XXVII: Poor Law: The evolution of St James's, Leeds Moral and Industrial Training School, Leeds Union Workhouse and Leeds Union Infirmary.
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The book discusses the remains in detail, but what I find particularly interesting is that it gives details from other cemetery excavations and lists the average heights of the males and females buried. It's something of an eye opener.
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