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  1. Hace 2 días · Est Deone (xiv cent.). The parish of East Dean covers an area of 1,073 acres. The general rise of the ground is from northeast to south-west, Dean Hill in the south-west reaching a height of 446 ft. above the ordnance datum. The parish is watered by an old canal flowing from West Grimstead (co. Wilts.) to join the River Test below Dunbridge.

  2. Hace 4 días · The consent of the abbot was necessary to the election of each successive prioress, and to him also pertained the right of receiving the profession of the sisters; on St. James's Day, 1298, we read that Abbot William of Woodford received the profession of Joan, daughter of Sir Waleran Mortimer, at Peterborough, as a sister of St. Michael's Priory, and wrote to the prior at Stamford to give her ...

  3. Hace 3 días · 3. In which Worcestershire town would you find the ruins of Bordesley Abbey? Answer: Redditch. The Cistercian monastery of Bordesley was founded by Waleran de Beaumont between 1138 and 1140 in the clayland of north-east Worcestershire, now on the outskirts of Redditch, and was dissolved in 1538.

  4. Hace 4 días · Hordell (xvi–xviii cent.); Hordill, Hordall (xviii cent.). The parish of Hordle is situated west of Lymington upon the shores of Christchurch Bay, stretching back inland for a distance of four miles. It contains 3,854 acres, of which 1,653¼ are arable, 1,345 permanent grass, 452¼ woods and plantations (fn. 1) and 3 land covered with water.

  5. Hace 3 días · Is Netflix, Amazon, Now TV, ITV, iTunes, etc. streaming The Pillars of the Earth? Find where to watch online!

  6. Hace 5 días · See all "Bice" obituaries. Showing 1 - 1 of 1 results. Submit An Obituary. Submit an obit for publication in any local newspaper and on Legacy. Click or call (800) 729-8809. Get Started.

  7. Hace 5 días · c. 1177) and by Waleran's brother William Lovel (d. 1213), who, with his wife Isabel, held property in Minster Lovell in 1197. (fn. 10) The younger William's son John Lovel, a minor in 1213, briefly forfeited his lands in 1216 and 1223 and died in 1252, when his widow Katherine received a third in dower; the rest passed to their son John (d. 1287), knighted by 1265.