List of Abbeys, Priories, Nunneries, Hospitals, and Other Religious Foundations in England and Wales and in Ireland: Confiscated, Seized On, Or Alienated, by the Protestant "Reformation" Sovereigns and Parliaments
T. Richardson, 1868 - Reformation - 228 pages
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29 Henry 36 Henry VIII Abbey abbot Alien Priory Archbishop Augustine Monastery Augustine Priory Austin Barony Benedictine Abbey Benedictine Cell Benedictine Nunnery Benedictine Priory Bishop of Durham built by St Carmelite Carmelite Friary Cathedral century Church Cistercian Cistercian Abbey Cistercian Nunnery clergy Cluniac College Columb County died dissolution Dominican Friary Duke of Suffolk Edward VI Elizabeth estates Fitz founded by King founded by St Franciscan Friary Franciscan Monastery Gilbertine Gilbertine Priory Granted to Sir Henry II Hugh inquisition island James King Henry King John King Stephen Knights Knights Hospitalers lands miles Monastery monks Nicholas parish parsons Patrick place of worship poor Premonstratensian Premonstratensian Abbey Protestant place Ralph Regular Canons reign of Edward reign of Henry reign of King reign of William Robert Roger Sir John Sir Richard Sir Thomas Sir William Templars tithes town Walter William the Conqueror Yearly income yearly rent Yearly revenues Yearly value
Page 38 - the anniversary of my sentence of two years' imprisonment in a felon's gaol, with a fine of a thousand pounds to the King, and, at the end of the two years, with seven years' bail, myself in three thousand pounds and two sureties in a thousand pounds each; and all this monstrous punishment for having expressed
Page 54 - for seven priests, to pray for the souls of those who were slain in a battle which he fought against the Danes at Bremaldown, near this place. At AXMOUTH. An Alien Priory, founded by Richard de Rivers, Earl of Devonshire, in the reign of Henry II. Granted, 6 Edward VI., to Walter Erie. At
Page 12 - he says, that the man wanting relief after this, " should be left to the punishment of nature"; that he should be told that the " laws of nature had doomed him and his family to starve ;" and that, whatever might be their state of distress, " they had no claim on Society for the smallest portion of food'
Page 46 - Brown.; and, 6 Edward VI., to Edward, Lord Clinton. At CAMBRIDGE. A Benedictine Cell, founded by John de Cranden, Prior of Ely, in the reign of Richard III. Granted to William Bateman, Bishop of Norwich. A Gilbertine Priory, founded Prior to the year 1291, by the bounty or gift of B. fil. Walteri. Yearly revenue
Page 69 - Hospital, founded 1179, for lepers. A Franciscan Friary, founded 1240, near the wall, in. the south part of the town. Granted, 36 Henry VIII., to John Pollard, and 5 Edward VI., to Arthur Darcy. At TWINHAM. An Augustine Priory, founded in the time of Edward the Confessor. Valued at
Page 128 - to the Dean and Chapter of Westminster. A Hospital, founded in the time of John, by Amicia, Countess of Clare. Granted, 5 Edward VI., to John Cheke, Esq. A Dominican Friary, founded in the reign of Edward I., by Baldwin de Shipling. Granted, 31 Henry VIII., to Thomas Eden, Esq. At
Page 63 - MORNEY. A College, founded, in the year 1330, by William de Morney, Lord of the Manor. An Hospital, or Almshouse, erected in the year 1523. in pursuance of the will of Henry, Lord Morney. Granted, by Queen Elizabeth, to William Tipper and Robert Dawe. At LIGHES. An Augustine Priory, founded in the reign of Henry III., by Sir
Page 175 - or Patrick's Hill, in the county of Mayo, and from thence precipitated them into the ocean. This story was handed down by general tradition in that country since the earliest ages, being related by many authors who flourished prior to the days of Joceline, in the year 1185. This house and possessions were granted, 31 Elizabeth, to Edmund Fitz Alexander.