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Published by J. Parker in Oxford .
Written in English


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ContributionsAddy, Sidney Oldall, 1848-
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LC ClassificationsBX2596 B4 O5
The Physical Object
Pagination160p.
Number of Pages160
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24440988M

Footnotes. printed authorities for the history of this abbey, in addition to Dugdale & Tanner, are:— Pegge, Hist. of Beauchief Abbey (); Cox, Churches of Derb. vol. i, pp. (); and Addy, Hist. Mem. of Beauchief Abbey (). of Canterbury was canonized in , and Albinus, abbot of Darley, who died in , was the first witness of the foundation charter. All the books are in PDF format and use the free program Adobe Acrobat Reader – with images of every page, its as good as having the real book right on your desktop. The information you will find is invaluable. This is a library of 71 rare books about the English County of Derbyshire for the family or history researcher! Historical Memorials of Beauchief Abbey by Sidney Oldall Addy avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 2 editions.


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Full details concerning the history of “Beauchief Abbey and Beauchief Hall” are contained in a CD made by Tony Smith inwhich is available for purchase. Church services continue at the Abbey to this day. The Abbey receives visits from groups and individuals on a regular basis. Books Addy, S.

O., Historical Memorials of Beauchief Abbey (James Parker/Leader and Sons, ) (Sheffield Local Studies Library: SQ; Sheffield Archives: ADD/LOCAL; Central Library Store: ) Addy, S. O., Beauchief Hall, an inventory of () (Sheffield Local Studies Library: local pamphlets, vol.

24 no. 3 ( S)). History. The abbey was founded by Robert FitzRanulph de Alfreton. Thomas Tanner, writing instated that it was founded in However, Samuel Pegge in his History of Beauchief Abbey noted that Albinas, the abbot of Derby, who was one of the witnesses to the charter of foundation, died inplacing foundation before that date.

The abbey was dedicated to Saint Mary and Saint Thomas. The abbey was founded by Robert FitzRanulf de Alfreton. Thomas Tanner, writing instated that it was founded in However, Samuel Pegge in his History of Beauchief Abbey noted that Albinas, the abbot of Derby, who was one of the witnesses to the charter of foundation, died inplacing foundation before that date.

Beauchief belonged to the Premonstratensian Order whose members were canons. It was dissolved by the commissioners of Henry VIII in During the 17th Century a small chapel was built in the nave of the Abbey.

The Abbey is dedicated toThomas a Becket of Canterbury. Visitors can see the medieval tower, the 17th century chapel with its. Books and journals Addy, S O, Historical Memorials of Beauchief Historical memorials of Beauchief Abbey book, () Pevsner, N, Radcliffe, E, The Buildings of England: Yorkshire: The West Riding, () Elgar, W H, 'Transactions of the Hunter Archaeological Society' in Beauchief Abbey, Vol.

3, () Meredith, R, 'Derbyshire Archaeological Journal' in Beauchief Abbey and the. Other works are cited by their titles and dates in the glossary. ADDY, S. Historical Memorials of Beauchief Abbey, BANKS, W.

A List of Provincial Words in use at Wakefield. Abbey Abbey of Westminster Abbot afterwards already Altar ancient appearance Archbishop Assembly became Bishop body building buried called Canterbury carried century Chamber Chapel Chapter Book Chapter House Church Cloisters close coffin College Commons connection consecrated Convocation Dean Deanery death died divines Edward Elizabeth England.

The Abbey is a place of learning, celebration, worship, history, heritage and community. Beauchief Abbey was founded as a daughter establishment of Welbeck Abbey, due to a gift of land by Robert FitzRanulph, Lord of Alfreton, in about Thomas Tanner, writing in.

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The Abbey was declared to be a scheduled monument in but it remains in the ownership of the Council. The Beauchief Abbey Cartulary. Full details concerning the history of “Beauchief Abbey and Beauchief Hall” are contained in a CD made by Tony Smith inwhich is available for purchase.

Beauchief Abbey is a former abbey in Sheffield, England. History. The abbey was founded by Robert FitzRanulf de Alfreton.

Thomas Tanner, writing instated that it was founded in [cite book |last=Tanner |first=Thomas |title=Notitia monastica: A short history of the religious houses in England and Wales |year= ] However, Samuel Pegge in his "History of Beauchief Abbey" noted.

Besides contributing papers to antiquarian journals, he was the author of numerous works, among which were "Historical Memorials of Beauchief Abbey," ; "The Sheffield Glossary" (English Dialect Society), and ; "The Wall of Waltheof," ; "Household Tales with other Traditional Remains," ; and "The Evolution of the church and.

An Historical Account of Beauchief Abbey [Ed. by J. Nichols.]. Paperback – February 3, by Samuel Pegge (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, February 3, "Please retry" — — — Paperback Author: Samuel Pegge.

Beauchief Abbey was a 12th century monastery founded on an abbey for the monks of the Premonstratensian order. It was a daughter house of Welbeck Abbey and its history goes back to about with the official foundation laid in The name 'Beauchief'' comes from the Norman for 'beautiful headland'. History.

The abbey was founded by Robert FitzRanulph de Alfreton. Thomas Tanner, writing instated that it was founded in [1] However, Samuel Pegge in his History of Beauchief Abbey noted that Albinas, the abbot of Derby, who was one of the witnesses to the charter of foundation, died inplacing foundation before that date.

[2]. Beauchief Abbey church is unusual in that it isn't owned by the Church of England but by the local council. The church and lands containing the remains of the former abbey were sold to the Sheffield Corporatiom in by its last owner Mr Frank Crawshaw for the use of the citizens of Sheffield.

Journal of the Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society (Volume 2) by Addy, S.O et al. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Beauchief Abbey was founded as a daughter establishment of Welbeck Abbey, thanks to a gift of land by Robert FitzRanulph, Lord of Alfreton, in about The official founding date was not until 21 December It was dedicated to “God and St Mary and St Thomas the Martyr and to the brothers of the Premonstratensian order”.

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Beauchief Abbey was founded in c for Premonstratensian or White Canons by Robert FitzRanulph, lord of Alfreton and Norton (VCH ). The abbey land amounted to c acres (ha) with the abbey set in a park of c acres (81ha).

The abbey was founded by Robert FitzRanulf de Alfreton. Thomas Tanner, writing instated that it was founded in Thomas Tanner, writing instated that it was founded in However, Samuel Pegge in his History of Beauchief Abbey noted that Albinas, the abbot of Derby, who was one of the witnesses to the charter of foundation.

Parish History [edit | edit source]. BEAUCHIEF-ABBEY,an extra-parochial liberty, formerly part of the parish of Norton, in the union of Ecclesall-Bierlow, hundred of Scarsdale, N.

division of the county of Derby, 3½ miles (N. by N.) from Dronfield. Resources [edit | edit source] Census records [edit | edit source]. Census records from to are available online. The Beauchief Abbey Conservation Area is situated approximately 5km from the City Centre in the south eastern outskirts.

The Conservation Area is made up of 2 distinct sub-areas. The first part on the eastern side of Beauchief Abbey Lane contains several listed buildings including the Grade II* listed Church of St Thomas a Beckett (known as.

During the era of the Premonstratensian monks occupying Beauchief Abbey (), water was used from the River Sheaf to power a wheel in the vicinity of the present day Abbeydale Hamlet, probably a corn grinding mill, and there is also a record for a Walk Mill on the site of Dore and Totley Station, used for processing the wool from the Abbey’s sheep.

Maps --The Beauchief Abbey Cartulary. Appendices: The Leake family Cartulary --The Royal Confirmatin of --Concordances. Series Title: Camden fifth series, v. Other Titles: Beauchief Abbey Cartulary: Responsibility: edited by David Hey, Lisa Liddy and David Luscombe.

More information: Table of contents; Publisher description. Beauchief Abbey Press was founded by scientist and food writer Linda Evans and cultural campaigner R M Parry to make widely available books of a scholarly but devotional nature expressing broad church theology and it’s offer today.

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Descriptive line. Watercolour by Malvina Cheek, 'Beauchief Abbey', from the Recording Britain Collection (Derbyshire); signed and dated; England, Bibliographic References (Citation, Note/Abstract, NAL no).

History []. The abbey was founded by Robert FitzRanulph de Alfreton. Thomas Tanner, writing instated that it was founded in However, Samuel Pegge in his History of Beauchief Abbey noted that Albinas, the abbot of Derby, who was one of the witnesses to the charter of foundation, died inplacing foundation before that date.

The abbey was dedicated to Saint Mary and Saint. Originally published inthis final volume of the Heads of Religious Houses: England and Wales series takes the lists of monastic superiors from to the dissolution of the monastic houses ending in and so concludes a reference work covering six hundred years of monastic history.

Media in category "Beauchief Abbey" The following 5 files are in this category, out of 5 total. Beauchief Abbey, Derbyshire Historical Description. Beauchief-Abbey, a parish in Derbyshire, with a station on the M.R. Post town, Abbeydale, under Sheffield.

Acreage, ; population, A Premonstratensian abbey was founded here in by Robert Fitz-Ranulph, one of the murderers of Thomas à Becket. Memorials Of. Memorials Of Edward Burne-jones Volume 2.

By Burne-jones, Lady New, $. Sidney Oldall Addy (9 January – 15 November ) was an English author of books on folklore and history. He was born in Norton, Derbyshire, to coal merchant and landowner James Addy and his wife, Sarah.

He studied classics at Lincoln College, Oxford, before becoming a solicitor. In he married Mary Golden Parkin. As well as publishing many books on history and folklore he was known.Beauchief Abbey, Sheffield: See 17 reviews, articles, and 65 photos of Beauchief Abbey, ranked No on Tripadvisor among attractions in Sheffield TripAdvisor reviews.The Abbey community have a strong and vibrant educational programme and are establishing a publishing venture, the Beauchief Abbey Press.

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