register and records of Holm Cultram.

by Holme Cultram, England.

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StatementBy Francis Grainger ... and W.G. Collingwood ...
SeriesCumberland & Westmorland antiquarian & archæological society. Record series,, vol. VII
ContributionsGrainger, Francis, 1855 or 6-1925, ed., Collingwood, W. G. 1854-1932, joint ed.
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LC ClassificationsDA670 .C893 vol. VII
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, [1], 310 p.
Number of Pages310
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Open LibraryOL6732620M
LC Control Number29020061
OCLC/WorldCa10972995

The Oldest Register Book Of The Parish Of Holme (Holm) Cultram - - 10 pages Extracts From The Parish Registers Of St. Bees, With Comments Upon The Same - - 14 pages The Ravenstonedale Parish Registers - - - pages The Older Nonconformity In /5(12). The Register and Records of Holm Cultram, Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, Record Series, 7 () Prescott, J. E., ed., The Register of the Priory of Wetherhal, (London and Kendal, ). Todd, J.M. ed., The Lanercost Cartulary (Cumbria County record Office MS DZ/1). Below are extracts from an excellent little book produced by the Cumbria Family History Society – ‘What Happened in Great Grandmama’s Time’: A convicted horse thief was sentenced at Cockermouth to be ‘publickly whipped until his body be bloody, at the post in the publick market.’ (‘Register and Records of Holm Cultram.   While there he issued a mandate to the archdeacon to induct the abbot and convent of Holm Cultram as rectors of Wigton. By 24 th June Bishop Kirkby was back at the manor of Rose. [R.L. Storey (ed.), The Register of John Kirkby, Bishop of Carlisle and the Register of John Ross, Bishop of Carlisle, , nos. , , ].

Holme Cultram, or Abbey Holme Parish* Extends from Crummack bridge, near Allonby, to the mouth of the Wampool, a distance of 14 miles, and averages about four miles in breadth. It is bounded on the north by the estuary of the Waver and the Wampool, on the east and south by Kirkbride, Wigton, and Bromfield parishes, and on the west by the ocean. Based on the amount of research Holm put into the book his sources appear to be very concrete. I looked up the footnotes for your story and they reference to Penn Stohr Jr. I would say Stohr's qualifications as a reference need no justification, particularly when it comes to the history of Johnson Flying Service and backcountry flying/5(7). For the Record was the perfect conclusion to Brady and Liz's story. Their journey hasn't been an easy one and For the Record will finally answer the question that these two have been asking since book 1 - in the game of love and politics, is it worth the risk? For me, the /5. The Book of Caerlaverock: the Memoirs of the Maxwells, Earls of Nithsdale, ed. J. Stuart (Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, ) Records of the monastery of Kinloss, ed. J. Stuart (Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, ) The Register and Records of Holm Cultram, ed. F. .

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83 rows  Edited by Francis Grainger and W G Collingwood. The cartulary and other records of the important Cistercian house of Holm Cultram. From the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Record Series, 7. Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian. Originally published by.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Holme Cultram (Abbey: Holme, Cumbria, England). Register and records of Holm Cultram. Kendal, T. Wilson & Son, The Register and Records of Holm Cultram.

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Contents. The Register of Holm Cultram. 1: Lazonby. Holmcultram Abbey (alternatively Holm Cultram Abbey or Holme Cultram Abbey) was a Cistercian monastery in what is now the village of Abbeytown in Cumbria, United Kingdom.

Founded inthe abbey was suppressed in during the Dissolution of the former monastic church remains in use as a parish church and a place of worshipLocation: Abbeytown, Cumbria.

holm cultram manor This page summarises records created by this Manor 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.

Churchwardens' book Description: Records the costs of the new church bell bought from John Porthouse, with note of weight and cost of "The Bell that was bought for Wigton Church", and price for which the [Holm Cultram] old bell was sold Continued as Book of copies of documents relating to the parish's history, tithes, etc.

Register and Records of Holm Cultram. Originally published by T Wilson & Son, Kendal, Originally published by T Wilson & Son, Kendal, This free content was digitised by double rekeying. Full text of "Some records of a Cistercian abbey: Holm Cultram, Cumberland" See other formats.

The Register and Records of Holm Cultram. Edited by F. Grainger and W. Collingwood. xiii pp. Cumberland and West moreland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society: Record Series, Volume vii. The History of Kirby Underdale. By the Rev. Shepherd. xv + pp. Batley: J. Newsome.

10s. The Ancient Usages of the City of. • Records and Notes. From the Register & Records of Holm Cultram, pp. (C. 41; D. art. 69).'97b, Robert fitz Michael de Haverington quitclaims to Holmcoltran abbey all rights in the manor of Flemingby, before Sir J.

de Vallibus, Sir W. de Saham and other justices at Carlisle, A.D. Record book definition is - a book that has records of the best or most remarkable performances or achievements in a particular sport or activity —usually used figuratively.

How to. • Records and Notes. From the Register & Records of Holm Cultram, pp.(C. 40; D. art. 68).'97Final Concord between Gervase, abbot of Holmcoltran, and Robert de Haverington, made in the king's court at Carlisle, fifteen days after Martinmas, 7 Edward f. Henry, before John de Vallibus, William de Saham, John de Metyngham and.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Register & Records of Holm Cultram () The cartulary and other records of the important Cistercian house of Holm Cultram. The records cover many places in Cumberland. The book also includes biographies of the several hundred ejected ministers.

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References. Please see the following bibliography which belongs to the ebook, The Secret Dossier. Carlisle, DCC/2/27, General Memoranda Book of Sir John Lowther.

Donnelly, Ignatius. Atlantis: The Antediluvian World. New York: Dover Publications, The Register and Records of Holm Cultram. Kendal: T. Wilson & Son, Grant, Edward. References – Register and Records of Holm Cultram, ed. Francis Grainger and W G Collingwood (Kendal, ), British History Online – Stewardship: the cellarer of the monastery, Ampleforth Abbey, – Michael Scot, wizard or genius?(c), Diane McIlmoyleEsmaralda’s Cumbrian History and Folklore – Michael Scot | Scottish Scholar, Encyclopedia.

Medieval Cheshire: an economic and social history of Cheshire in the reigns of the three Edwards. (University of Manchester Economic History Series, No. VI) by J. Hewitt; The Register and Records of Holm Cultram.

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The Register and Records of Holm Cultram by Grainger and Collingwood. The Book of Caerlaverock.(The Maxwell/Herries family history compiled at the end of the 19th century) The 'Head' shown at the top of the page is a figure that was found in the moat of the present Castle and is thought to have come from the first castle.

It is on display. - Holm Cultram Abbey rental and gressum book - [circa ] - Copy of 16th century survey of the manor - circa - Statement of allowances: rents - Holm has been put on the longlist for a Stoker Award and recommended for numerous awards.

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Holme Cultram Abbey was founded in by the Cistercian Monks from Melrose Abbey on the Scottish Borders. In the 15th Century the abbey was much larger than it is today, in fact it was bigger than Carlisle Cathedral.

In with the dissolution of the monasteries the land passed to the Crown, and the monks were dispersed. Cistercian house of Holm Cultram. From the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Record Series, 7." And here are two documents that seem at first to allow that "Adam" was rector of Camerton by 'The Register: Flimby', Register & Records of Holm Cultram (), pp.

While there he issued a mandate to the archdeacon to induct the abbot and convent of Holm Cultram as rectors of Wigton. By 24 th June Bishop Kirkby was back at the manor of Rose. [R.L. Storey (ed.), The Register of John Kirkby, Bishop of Carlisle and the Register of John Ross, Bishop of Carlisle,nos., ].

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Conrad Holm Conrad Holm in Denmark Church Records, Conrad Holm was born circa Conrad passed away on month dayat age 41 at death place. Holmcultram Abbey (alternatively Holm Cultram Abbey or Holme Cultram Abbey) was a Cistercian monastery founded in in what is now the village of Abbeytown in Cumbria in England but at the time of foundation was in territory in the possession of David I of Scotland, who together with his son, Henry, founded it in Author: Reformation.

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Chris Holm did a fantastic job packing in an intriguing narrative without bogging the thrills and action of the novel.4/5. Between 18th and 21st May a survey of the Manor of Holm Cultram was undertaken. On page 9 of the Survey under East Waver Quarter: Newton Erlosh, the following entry is found: Cuthbert Studholme; Rent: 4s 10½d; Gressum: 10d.

A ‘gressum’ seems to be a unit of measurement.(Ibid. vii, ).—, iv Kal. Oct. Mandate to the Official of Glasgow narrating the petition of William Croyser, canon of Dunkeld, which set forth that, owing to the Border wars, the union, if such ever existed, of the parish church of Kirkgonzan in the diocese of Glasgow with the Cistercian monastery of Holm Cultram was likely to be of.The Holm family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Holm families were found in the USA in In there were 41 Holm families living in Lancashire.

This was about 33% of all the recorded Holm's in the UK. Lancashire had the highest population of Holm families in