cartulary of the Cistercian abbey of old Wardon, Bedfordshire

from the manuscript (Latin 223) in the John Rylands library, Manchester
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Statementtranscribed and edited with an introduction by G. Herbert Folwer ... published by the governors of the John Rylands library in conjunction with the Bedfordshire historical record society.
ContributionsFowler, George Herbert, 1861- editor., John Rylands Library., Bedfordshire Historical Record Society.
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LC ClassificationsDA690.W263 A3
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Paginationviii, 418 p.
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Open LibraryOL16233339M
LC Control Number31023017

Warden Abbey stands in the middle of a field and has a small gated garden. The model village of Old Warden is close by as is the Shuttleworth estate where we have two other Landmarks.

There is an excellent circular walk. Shuttleworth is under 20 minutes in the car from Warden Abbey, and well worth a 5/5(4). The village of Old Warden, Bedfordshire grew up under the Abbey's protection.

Great accumulated Cistercian wealth enabled Wardon Abbey to be rebuilt on a grand scale in the early fourteenth century, with complex tiling in carpet-patterns and pictorial vignettes pieced together in shaped tiles that approached a boldly scaled on: Old Warden, Bedfordshire, England.

Title: Cartulary of the Priory Bedfordshire book Old Wardon, Bedfordshire Bibliographic Title: Cartulary of the Priory of Old Wardon, Bedfordshire. Fowler. John Rylands Library, Manchester, Latin Manchester University Press.

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Series: Bedfordshire Record Society Order Name: Cistercian Institution(s): Warden Abbey Location: Old. The abbey of Warden or Saint Mary de Sartis (so called from the 'assarts' or forest clearings which formed its first endowment) was the earliest house of the Cistercian order founded in Bedfordshire.

Walter Espec, the founder of Rievaulx, one of the most famous houses of the order in England, had lands in Bedfordshire at Old Warden; (fn.

1) and. Warden Abbey. Warden Abbey great seal. Warden Abbey was founded in or before by Walter Espec, Lord of the Manor of Old Warden; it was part of the Cistercian had founded the great Cistercian abbey at Rievaulx in Yorkshire and he used monks from here to begin his foundation at Old Warden.

Nestled between the picturesque villages of Old Warden and Cardington, vines were first planted on this beautiful Bedfordshire field in medieval times by monks at the Cistercian Abbey of Warden.

Replanted inthe four acre vineyard is now run by Bedfordshire Rural Communities Charity as a community project and social enterprise. ‘Cartulary of the Abbey of Old Warden’, Bedfordshire Hist Rec Soc, 13 Franks, A W ‘The additions to the collections of national antiquities in the British Museum’, Archaeol J, 11, 23 – Welcome to Bedford Borough Council | Home > Community Histories > Woburn > The Cistercian Abbey of Woburn.

Bedfordshire Archives and Records Service. 24 The Cartulary of the Cistercian Abbey of Old Wardon, Bedfordshire, ed. Fowler, G.

(John Rylands Library and Bedfordshire Historical Record Society, Manchester ). 25 Waller, W. C., ‘Records of Tiltey Abbey: An Account of Some Preserved at Easton Lodge,’ Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, n.s. 8 () – Contents: ‘Cartulary of the Abbey of Old Wardon [sic]’, by G.

Herbert FowlerThe account of the Cistercian Abbey of Old Warden in VCH Bedford vol. 1 was based on an incomplete manuscript in the British Museum.

Description cartulary of the Cistercian abbey of old Wardon, Bedfordshire FB2

Subsequently a fuller manuscript of the cartulary was found in John Rylands Library, Manchester (listed as Lat. MS ). TL OLD WARDEN 12/ Warden Abbey GV I Small fragment of a house, built c, for Robert Gostwick. Erected on site of the Cistercian abbey founded by Walter Espec, with church rebuilding completed later C Abbey dissolved C16 house includes a buttress from the Abbey church.

Red brick with some ashlar dressings. Sibton Abbey, an early Cistercian abbey located near Yoxford, Suffolk, was founded about by William de Chesney, High Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk.

A sister house of Warden Abbey, near Bedford, Bedfordshire, Sibton Abbey was the only Cistercian abbey in East was dissolved in WARDEN ABBEY’S STORY – A SUMMARY. Walter Espec, lord of the manor of Wardone, founded Warden Abbey on top of the Greensand Ridge inand the monastery was populated by an abbot and 12 monks of the Cistercian Order (the White Monks) from Rievaulx Abbey, North flourished thanks to the monks’ dedication, and by the middle of the 12 th century it.

The Cartulary of the Cistercian Abbey of Old Wardon, Bedfordshire.]. William II de Hastings was dead by when his son and heir, Henry, was brought by Thomas de Hastings, Henry’s uncle, to Abbot Samson claiming the stewardship of the abbey by hereditary right.

Cartulary of the Abbey of Old Wardon. [Wardon Abbey.] [Published by the Bedfordshire Historical Record Society in conjunction with the John Rylands Library, Manchester], [] Publications of the Bedfordshire Historical Record Society, Edition/Format: Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with.

Warden Abbey # Cistercian monks founded by Walter Espec; dissolved (surrendered by the abbot and monks) 4 December ; Elizabethan house built on site (of which exist only remnants) renovated ; The Abbey Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Old Warden _____ St Mary de Sartis Abbey; Old Warden Abbey; Wardon Abbey.

Diplomatics Complete Names Complete Cartulary Number: Title: The History and Cartulary of the Cistercian Nuns of Marham Abbey, Bibliographic Title: The History and Cartulary of the Cistercian Nuns of Marham Abbey, J. Nichols. Kent State University.

Order Name: Cistercian Institution(s): Marham Abbey Location: Marham, Norfolk, England.

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Warden Abbey is a Grade I listed building in Biggleswade, Central Bedfordshire, England. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of.

7 G.H. Fowler (ed.), ‘The Cartulary of the Cistercian abbey of Old Wardon, Bedfordshire: from the manuscript (Latin ) (transcribed and edited, with introduction, abstracts and appendices in English)’, BHRS, 13 (), 34 [No. 37]. This is a List of Cistercian monasteries (called abbeys) in Great Britain.

The first Cistercian abbey in Great Britain was Waverley Abbey in Surrey, founded in In the next few years further abbeys were founded in other parts of Britain, notably Yorkshire and in Scotland and Wales. WARDEN ABBEY’S STORY IN BRIEF. Walter Espec, lord of the manor of Wardone, founded Warden Abbey on top of the Greensand Ridge inand the monastery was populated by an abbot and 12 monks of the Cistercian Order (the White Monks) from Rievaulx Abbey, North flourished thanks to the monks’ dedication, and by the middle of the 12th century it had spared 33 of.

Sibton Abbey, an early Cistercian abbey located near Yoxford, Suffolk, was founded about by William de Chesney, High Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk. A sister house of Warden Abbey, near Bedford, Bedfordshire, Sibton Abbey was the only Cistercian abbey in East was dissolved in.

- Explore Robert Bovington's board "England - Bedfordshire", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Bedfordshire, England, Woburn abbey pins. Warden Abbey, one of the earliest Cistercian settlements in England, was founded in by Walter Espec (d. Four years earlier Walter had founded the abbey of Rievaulx, one of the most famous houses of the Cistercian Order, and now he invited the monks to settle a daughter-house on his lands at Old Warden in Bedfordshire.

The Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and Records Service hold the registers for Old Warden: BaptismsMarriagesBurialsBannsTranscripts in either book or microfiche form for registers prior to can be. Old Warden Bedfordshire genealogy. Church of England. The church of St. Leonard is a building of stone in the Perpendicular style, consisting of chancel, nave, south aisle, south porch and an embattled western tower containing 4 bells: it underwent considerable repairs in ,when the interior was renovated, pews of black oak, elaborately carved, substituted, and several stained windows.

'Warden' is an old name for a type of small, dark pear, most commonly the The Black Worcester pear, a cultivar of the European pear which may have come to UK via the Romans. The term 'warden' is known since the 14th Century and may originate with the type first recorded at the Cistercian Abbey of Warden in Bedfordshire.

Nestled between the picturesque villages of Old Warden and Cardington, vines were first planted on this beautiful Bedfordshire field in medieval times by monks at the Cistercian Abbey of Warden.

Centuries later, the Whitbread family re-planted the monks' "Lyttel Vineyard" inand went on to pro. 6 G. Fowler, The Cartulary of the Cistercian Abbey of Old Wardon, Bedfordshire (Manchester, ), p.

7I refer to the author of the Tractatus as Henry, as by this name he is usually known, though he is likewise indicated only by initial H in the manuscripts: "frater H. We had a most enjoyable and informative visit to the Warden Abbey Vineyard. We learnt all about the history of the Abbey before Janet, our guide, took us for a tour describing the care and cultivation of the vines, the tending of which is carried out by volunteers/ TripAdvisor reviews.

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