3 edition of Parliamentary survey of Muggleswick, 1649 found in the catalog.
Parliamentary survey of Muggleswick, 1649
Title from cover.
|Statement||edited by Muriel Sobo.|
|Series||Documentary series / Durham County Local History Society -- 8|
|Contributions||Sobo, Muriel., Durham County Local History Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||56|
The Parliamentary survey of the lands and possessions of the dean and chapter of Worcester: made in or about the year , in pursuance of an ordinance of Parliament for the abolishing of deans and by Rowland Alwyn editor Great Britain. The village of Muggleswick is located in the north of Muggleswick parish. The parish is on the north-eastern edge of the North Pennines and bounded to the north by the River Derwent. All Saints Church within the village contains a number of features dedicated as war memorials including a First World War memorial triptych and two WW2 features.
COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. The village of Muggleswick, which is nine miles north by east of Stanhope, and eighteen miles west-south-west from Newcastle, is pleasantly situated at the foot of a steep hill. " Waskerley is a hamlet, four miles south from the village, containing about thirty houses, inhabited by the workmen employed on the line, and at the mineral station here.
As readers of and All That will recall, Oliver Cromwell and his supporters were “Right but Repulsive”. But both adjectives may be questioned by readers of Paul Lay’s Providence Lost, a spirited and vivid survey of the brief period in which Cromwell held the dangerously ill-defined role of “lord protector”. The trial and execution of Charles I in had been a reckless. MUGGLESWICK, a parish, in the union of Lanchester W division of Chester ward, N division of the county of Durham, 14 miles SW from Gateshead. Additional information: The Muggleswick All Saints parish is a large and Ancient Parish. The earlier church stones were reused in the building in of the parish church which has no recorded dedication.
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The Parliamentary Survey of the Duchy of Cornwall, 2 vols: Devon and Cornwall Record Society, & Sobo, Muriel E. Parliamentary Survey of Muggleswick.
COPIES OF PARLIAMENTARY SURVEYS Description: Trustees for the sale of the Crown lands: Parliamentary surveys. This sub-series holds surveys produced under the two acts of and for the sale of Crown lands and fee-farm rents in England and Wales. Muggleswick is a village and civil parish in County Durham, is situated a few miles to the west of Consett.
the population was at the Census reducing to at the Census. The village has a number of farms and domestic dwellings as well as the Church of England church, generally accepted as dedicated to All Saints, and village hall (previously the school).Ceremonial county: County Durham. Muggleswick. The Prior of Durham held Muggleswick at an early date in exchange for Hardwick.
Boldon Book.—“The Prior holds Muglyngwyc, as is expressed in his charter, as well of the Bishop's favour, as in exchange for Herdewic.”Hatfield's Survey.—“The Prior holds the manor of Mugliswyk in exchange for the vill of Herdwyk.
The estate. The Parliamentary Survey: Isle of Scilly - Parliamentary survey of Muggleswick Antony Manors in Devon. Index of Place Names of Personal Names of Subjects. Frontispiece: Duchy and other Crown Lands in Devon pp. (We carry a wide selection of titles in The Arts, Theology, History, Politics, Social and Physical Sciences.
academic and scholarly books and Modern First. The Parliamentary Survey of Dean and Chapter Properties in and around 1649 book in £ – £ The Parliamentary survey of dean and chapter properties in and around Norwich in / edited by G.A.
Metters, with notes on the Cathedral Close and the. Longnewton, Articles and Survey (CC Box no. Ainstable Manor (Cumberland) (Howard C1/7). Parliamentary Survey of the Manor of the Soccage of Carlisle, (Howard C49/2).
Muggleswick Survey (Durham University: Surveyor's deposit. Name: Muggleswick, County Durham Place type: Hamlet Location: Grid Ref: NZ • X/Y co-ords:• Lat/Long:Survey by Denis Briggs, Muggleswick Grange, Priory Farm, Muggleswick, Co.
Durham Muggleswick copy of his book Acknowledgements. Addyman Archaeology staff involved were Jenni Morrison, Kenneth Macfadyen, Rachel McMullan vicinity of Muggleswick Grange in order to improve the setting of the ruins of the grange medieval. Muggleswick Woods, Durham.
Classification Easy walk. Distance 6 miles (km). Typical duration 3 hours. Height gain m. Starting point Car park beside Derwent Bridge. OS grid reference NZ Welcome to the Muggleswick google satellite map.
This place is situated in Durham County, North, England, United Kingdom, its geographical coordinates are 54° 50' 0" North, 1° 56' 0" West and its original name (with diacritics) is Muggleswick. PARLIAMENTARY SURVEY OTT PRECINCTS of the said Church, but are out of lease, and are worth at an improved yearly rent XXXVs.
(William Jorden was appointed a Minor Canon by the Dean and Chapter in Dean Bargrave, however, claimed the sole right to appoint and inserted in the margin of the Act book the following note: " I protest. Muggleswick is a village and civil parish in County Durham, England.
It is situated a few miles to the west of Consett. the population was at the Census reducing to at the Census. The village has a number of farms and domestic dwellings as well as the Church of England church, generally accepted as dedicated to All Saints, and.
Parliamentary survey of dean and chapter properties in and around Norwich in [Norfolk]: Norfolk Record Society, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: G A Metters; A B Whittingham. Muggleswick: Photos, maps, personal memories and local books of Muggleswick. Francis Frith The UK’s leading publisher of local photographs since Sign-in or Register.
Gift Cards Help Contact Us UK (£) Choose A Francis Frith Shop UK (£) For UK & International delivery US. "Muggleswick Park was enclosed, and the grange, "Manerium de Mugleswic" (Halmote Rolls), built by Hugh, prior of the convent of Durham.
Bishop Pudsey gave to the prior and convent the vill of Mucliagwis, in exchange for Hesdwic; he added pasture in "Herseliehope," "Histeshope" (names still existing), and "Baldinghope" (name unknown, unless the present "Burdonhope").
NZ 05 SW MUGGLESWICK MUGGLESWICK 10/98 Group of tombs, south of Church of All Saints GV II Group of tombs comprising 3 chests, one table and 4 headstones. Cl7 and C Sandstone ashlar. 1, John Ward, died ,and members of his family to Name: Muggleswick Common, County Durham Place type: Other Landcover Location: Grid Ref: NZ • X/Y co-ords:• Lat/Long:Muggleswick dig ; Books.
Salter, Mike,The Castles and Tower Houses of County Durham (Malvern: Folly Publications) p. 47 Corfe, Tom (ed),'The Visible Middle Ages' in An Historical Atlas of County Durham p.
(where marked as domestic building) Periodical Articles. Muggleswick Common is an area of moorland dominated by heather and used for grouse rearing and sheep grazing. It is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) due to the different types of plant and bird species that live there. it is south-west of the village of Muggleswick.
Pound transcribed the Parliamentary Survey of the Duchy of Cornwall Further information on the confiscations, sales and restorations of crown, church and royalist lands can be found in TNA research guide D68 and in Newton, who describes the scattered nature of their present location.Welcome to the website of Muggleswick Parish Council.
We are a beautiful parish situated approximately 7 miles west of Consett in County Durham. Enjoying a picturesque rural location, Muggleswick lies approximately 2 miles south of Carterway Head, 3 miles east of Edmundbyers and just a few minutes drive from Continue reading →.Parliamentary Survey of the Duchy of Cornwall This Survey was undertaken in to to record and value all the lands in the Duchy that had been owned by the Crown.
A transcript of this survey with explanatory notes was published by the Devon & Cornwall Record Society in andit was edited by N J G Pounds.