Records of the Anglo-Norman House of Glanville from A.D. 1050 to 1880 ...
Mitchell and Hughes, 1882 - 229 pages
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Abbey acres afterwards aged Alice Anne arms Baron Bishop born Bromholm brother buried called Castle Charles charter Chief Justice Church Commons Cornwall Court daughter death descended Devon died Earl Edward eldest Elizabeth England father founded Francis Francis Glanville gave Geoffrey George Gilbert give Glan Glubb granted heir heiress held Henry House Hugh inheritance issue Jane John Glanville Judge July June King King's Knight lands late living London Lord lordships manor March Margaret married Mary Nicholas Norfolk parish Parliament Paston Pedigree person petition possession present Priory probably Ranulph de Glanville Rector reign Richard Richard Glanville Robert Roger says Sheriff shillings Sir John sister statutes succeeded Suffolk Tavistock Thomas Valoins Walter wife William de Glanville witness
Page 8 - The seal of the prior is round and large, about three inches in diameter, of red wax, the impress being the west end of the priory church ; under an arch in the centre is the figure St. Andrew seated, a glory round his head, his right hand elevated, and holding a cross. The legend was (but it is somewhat broken) — SIGILLUM PRIORIS ET CONVENT SEJ ANDREE DE BROMHOI.D.
Page 19 - In a farm-house are the remains of the ancient priory, of which Tanner says: " William de Bodeville, or Boville, having given the church of St Mary of Crew, and all the tithes of Letheringham, to the monastery of St Peter in Ipswich, here...
Page 1 - TALROT, one of the witnesses to the grant, which Walter Giffard, Earl of Buckingham, made to the Monks of Cerasie in Normandy, temp.
Page 17 - The rent is 8d., payable quarterly. By the second Deed,* Richard the son of Ralph de Paston gives, grants, and confirms to God and to the Church of St. Andrew of Bromholme, and the Monks there, certain rents amounting to twelve pence yearly, for the health of his own soul, and for the soul of his father Richard, and of Nicholas his brother, and for the souls of his predecessors and successors.
Page 13 - Cap. 1), such as had £20 per annum in fee or for life might be compelled to be Knights, which statute was repealed by 17 Charles I. The number of Knights' Fees throughout the kingdom was 60,215.
Page 9 - J'nston, with its appertenances, with all his wood and land there, with his land at Guneho, and at Briges, at Aldehithe, and Lawceland, and of Editha de Briges...
Page 9 - English law, is an officer whose duties are chiefly ministerial (for he has only a few trifling judicial duties). The office is of great antiquity. The sheriff was formerly •chosen by the inhabitants, though probably requiring confirmation by the crown. But popular elections for that purpose were put an end to by a statute of 9 Ed. II., which •enacted that in future the sheriffs should be assigned by the chancellor, treasurer, and Sheriff.
Page 8 - Prior is round and large, about three inches in diameter of red wax, the impress being the west end of the Priory Church, under an arch, in the centre is the figure of St. Andrew seated in a
Page 9 - Munisle in demean, with the land of Herfrid, the priest, and part of his wood, in the mill way to Takesgate ; two parts of the tithe of the men, or tenants of Roger de Btketon, Geffrey, the priest of Honing, Walter Ullage, &c.
Page 4 - Hugh, a priest, born here in Norfolk, was preferred to his place. Baldwin, so long as he carried this crosse with him to battle, had ever the upper hand of his enemies, but forgetting it he was forthwith...