4 edition of A history of Wisbech Castle found in the catalog.
A history of Wisbech Castle
|Statement||[by] George Anniss.|
|LC Classifications||DA690.W8 A66|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 37 p. :|
|Number of Pages||37|
|LC Control Number||78305411|
The Friends of Wisbech and Fenland Museum raise funds for the museum and publish books on local history. The Trade of a Farmer: John Peck of Parson Drove by Dian Blawer was published in In a series of books of photos by Geoff Hastings were published; the first print run of copies of Photos of Wisbech no.1 sold out in a week and. The Wisbech Stirs was a divisive quarrel between English Roman Catholic clergy held prisoner in Wisbech Castle in the Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire, towards the end of the reign of Elizabeth I of set some of the secular clergy (not members of a religious institute). against the regular clergy represented by the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits), the religious institute that was emerging.
Fletcher, T., , 'Wisbech, Wisbech Castle' in 'Fieldwork in Cambridgeshire ' Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society Vol. 99 p. online copy Harfield, C.G., , 'A Hand-list of Castles Recorded in the Domesday Book' The English Historical Review Vol. p. view online copy (subscription required). wisbech castle management committee Oversee the functions of the Council relating to the operation, management and development of Wisbech Castle, including: establishing a Wisbech Castle Working Party, including the members of the Wisbech Castle Management Committee, selected non-councillor volunteers, experts and interested parties as well as.
Wisbech Castle. 1, likes 1 talking about this 22 were here. This page is to help organise the Wisbech Castle team and promote the work being done on the project. Wisbech Castle, a much dilapidated property in the possession of the bishops of Ely, first served as a prison for notable Catholics in the summer of At the period covered by the documents in this present volume there were thirty-three prisoners, all of whom were priests, except for Thomas Pound, the Jesuit scholastic.
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The castle, not mentioned in Domesday Book, is traditionally said to have been first built by William the Conqueror after the submission of Hereward. (fn. 1) It may have been granted to the see of Ely at its formation, but the original headquarters of the episcopal estate in Wisbech, from which the manor ultimately took its name, must have been.
Wisbech Castle. A castle in spirit, history on our doorstep. Gallery; Gallery. A BRIEF HISTORY OF WISBECH. By Tim Lambert. MEDIEVAL WISBECH. The town of Wisbech began as a village.
Its name may mean the bank (bec) by the marshy meadow (Wisc). By the time of the Domesday Book () Wisbech was a large village. It probably had a population of about By the standards of the time Wisbech was quite a large village. The History of Wisbech, and the Fens Neil Walker, Thomas; About; Contact; The History of Wisbech and the Fens, by N.
Walker and T. Craddock. Posted by lyzer on in The History of Wisbech, with an historical sketch of the Fens, and their former and present aspect. by hyjef | Posted on The History of Wisbech with an historical sketch of the. For a period of forty-eight years, from tothe rose and crown hotel wisbech played a part in the cultural history of the town.
A history of Wisbech Castle book Various attempts had been made, from the mid-seventeenth century, to run a literary society or book club, which would enable ‘neighbouring clergy and gentlemen’ to borrow books, which were becoming.
Since Wisbech was a Cromwellian area, the Castle, by now in a state of terminal dilapidation, was sold in to the Right Honourable John Thurloe, Cromwell’s Secretary of State. He had the ruined castle demolished and replaced it by a most elegant house designed by Peter Mills, a pupil of Inigo Jones.
History Etymology. The place-name 'Wisbech' is first attested in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle for the yearwhere it appears as is recorded in the Domesday Book as name Wisbech is popularly believed to mean "on the back of the (River) Ouse", Ouse being a common Celtic word relating to water, and the name of a river that once flowed through the town.
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Sources. Books and journals Annis, G, A History of Wisbech Castle, () Colvin, H M, A Biographical Dictionary of English Architects(), Colvin, H M, A Biographical Dictionary of English Architects(), Gardiner, F J, History of Wisbech and Neighbourhood, () Pevsner, N, The Buildings of England: Cambridgeshire, (), Salzman.
The Catholic Prisoners at Wisbech Castle. My article ‘The Catholic Prisoners in Wisbech Castle, ’ has just been published in volume 76 of the Wisbech Society Annual Review (), pp. I gave a tour of the Bishop’s Palace at Ely to the Wisbech Society last summer, as a result of which they asked me to write an article on the Catholic prisoners, which surprisingly had never.
History of Wisbech and Neighbourhood, During the Last Fifty Years Wisbech: Recusants in the castle Pages A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 4, City of Ely; Ely, N.
and S. Witchford and Wisbech Hundreds. Sources. Books and journals Annis, G, A History of Wisbech Castle, () Colvin, H M, A Biographical Dictionary of English Architects(), Colvin, H M, A Biographical Dictionary of English Architects(), Gardiner, F J, History of Wisbech and Neighbourhood, () Pevsner, N, The Buildings of England: Cambridgeshire, (), Walker.
Home / / History of Wisbech and Neighbourhood, During the Last Fifty Years jofog History of Wisbech and Neighbourhood, During the Last Fifty Years History of Wisbech and Neighborhood, During the Last Fifty. Wisbech Castle, Cambridgeshire (2) You can help us tag artworks on Tagger.
The tags above come from the public, and also from an image recognition project run by the Visual Geometry Group, University of. Most of them, however, spent little, if any, time at Wisbech, and the practice arose of leasing the castle to local families.
Henry Pierson was the first post-Restoration tenant; later the Southwell family were lessees for more than a century. In Edward Southwell was paying £30 a year rent. The Castle is a Grade II* listed building in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, England. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of.
Buy history of wisbech and neighbourhood, during the last fifty years, by gardiner, frederic john (isbn: ) from amazon's book store. It is included facing page of history of wisbech and neighbourhood. When the church graveyard was full, tillery field was purchased in for use as a cemetery.
This afternoon, thanks to Heritage Open Days and Wisbech Town Council, I had the opportunity to pay my first visit to Wisbech Castle, which is arguably the single most important recusant site in England – yet also one of the mostWisbech Castle is unrecognisable as a castle from the outside; the building known as the castle is a large Regency villa built by Joseph.
The Wisbech Castle team would like to wish you all good health, happiness and joy. We will see you soon! - Steve Tierney Chairman, Wisbech Castle Project. See More. Wisbech Castle. June 1 Wisbech Castle. June 1 Even the Palm tree has its own flowers out.
Wisbech Castle. June 1 Wisbech Castle. June 1 Wisbech Castle.WISBECH MUSEUM SQUARE TF (South Side) 6/ No. 1 (Castle Lodge) GV II House built c using some of the material from The Castle built in possibly by Peter Mills and demolished in by Joseph Medworth.Wisbech Castle.
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