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The Parish of Ashburton: The 15th and 16th Centuries: As It Appears from Extracts from the Churchwardens' Accounts, A.D. Published b. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller The Parish of Ashburton in the 15th and 16th Centuries as it Appears in Extracts from the Churchwardens' Accounts , London, , p43 The church was rebuilt at some time in the 15th century. 'The church is a respectable structure, built in the form of a cross, and having a handsome tower, ninety feet high, terminated by a small spire.'. Peter Du Cane (alias Du Quesne) (17 March – 16 September ), a descendant of Jean Du Quesne, the elder and son of Pierre du Quesne and Jeanne Maurois, was a third generation English-born descendant in a family of prominent and noble Huguenot refugees who escaped from Flanders and originally settled in Canterbury in the reign of Elizabeth I, following the persecutions carried on in. The parish of Ashburton: the 15th and 16th centuries: as it appears from extracts from the churchwardens' accounts, A.D. published by request: with notes and comments / ([s.l.: s.n.], (), by England. Ashburton and John Henry Butcher (page images at HathiTrust) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.
The Parish Of Ashburton: The 15th And 16th Centuries: As It Appears From Extracts From The Churchwardens' Accounts, A.d. Published By Request Author: England. The first comprehensive survey of the religious, social and cultural life of late medieval and Reformation parishes covers town and country, northern as well as southern communities, and provides an indication of the European setting just before and just after the enormous social and religious changes of the 16th century. 15 illustrations. Church of St Andrew. The parish church in the village is dedicated to Saint gh it has a 12th-century south doorway it mostly dates from the late 15th and early 16th centuries, having some ornate 16th-century bench ends and late medieval floor-tiles from Barnstaple. It was restored by Bodley & Garner in War Memorial. A Latin cross memorial on a four stepped plinth. The Book of Shaugh Parish - £ The Parish of Shaugh is about 8 miles north-east of Plymouth and runs from Shaugh Bridge at one end to Lee Moor on the other,with Shaugh Prior andWotter in gh only just over 3 miles from one end of the parish to the other, the contrast is almost unbelievable as revealed in this illustrated book.