Memorial Brasses in Hertfordshire Churches

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G. Price, 1903 - Brasses - 172 pages
 

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Page 30 - Credo quod redemptor meus vivit : et in novissimo die de terra surrecturus sum : et in carne mea videbo deum Salvatorem meum.
Page 9 - Till 1808, all public speakers began, " Gentlemen and Ladies, but since then the order has been
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Page 80 - IN HUNSDON CHURCH. This illustration is reduced from a brass tablet in the church at Hunsdon, in Hertfordshire, and is of an allegorical nature.
Page 141 - Lofkin, stock-fishmonger, four times mayor, built in the same ground this fair church of St. Michael, and was buried there in the choir, under a fair tomb, with the images of him and his wife in alabaster.
Page 22 - ... after slaine at the Battell of Tewxburie in the Cowntie of Glowster, and Sr John Verney knight who married dame mrgaret, ye dawghter and sole heyre of this saide Sr Robert Whitingham knight, was after buried in the said Tombe with dame Margaret his Ladie. And Sr Ralphe Verney knight, sonne and heire to the aforesaide Sr John Verney & dame Margaret, was buried in the same tombe with dame Ann his Ladie. Wch tombe & bodies Edmund Verney, the thirde sonne of Sr Ralphe Verney the yonger knight which...
Page 35 - I am dead to all these things, and my life is hid with CHRIST in GOD. When CHRIST, Who is my life shall appear, then shall I appear with Him in glory.
Page 22 - Ausheritche the xviij*h yeare of the Raigne of our soveraigne Ladie Quene Elizabeth, and made this Chappell with the vawlt where in they lie. And after in the year 1588 buried & laied therein dame Audrey Carewe his late wyfe. & in this sort cawsed it to be erected, as due to the said Edmond, who by Lyneall discent ys able to prove yt appertayneth to him & his Heires, as lawfull heyres to the saide Syr Robert Whitingham knight. Shortly after the death of dame Awdrey, Edmund Verney took Edmund Veras...
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