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His collections were published in by his son, in folio, under the title of ‘Registrum Roffense.’ The book contains numerous charters, all given in full, monumental inscriptions, and other historical materials. An index to the monumental inscriptions appeared in (ed. F. A. Crisp). A student of the architecture, antiquities, and history of the county of Kent. Thorpe made collections that were published in by his son as Registrum Roffense. The book contains charters given in full, monumental inscriptions, and other historical materials. An index to the inscriptions appeared in , edited by Frederick Arthur Crisp. Full text of "The Monumental Inscriptions in the Church and Churchyard of S. Mary, Lewisham" See other formats. Some of the inscriptions, long since disappeared, are printed on pages 1 and 2, but others are to be found in Thorpe’s "Registrum Roffense", while in Weaver’s "Ancient Funeral Monuments" mention is made, inter alia, of the "portraiture on the Church Wall of Richard de WENDOVER, Bishop of Rochester and Parson of this Town, a holy and.
Full text of "A Rough Hand-list of the Library of the Huguenot Society of London" See other formats Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online. The epitaphs and monumental inscriptions in Greyfriars Churchyard, Edinburgh. (Edinburgh, J. M. Miller, ), by James Brown (page images at HathiTrust) A history of the town of Dunstable, Massachusetts, from its earliest settlement to the year of Our Lord Northfleet with Index of names and places at end. Back to Churchyards listed. Some Monumental Inscriptions of St Botolph's Church, Northfleet Noted by T.C. Colyer-Fergusson noted + Kindly typed up for the website by Pat Tritton. T.C. Colyer-Fergusson was a contemporary of Leland L. Duncan, both served on the Council of the K.A.S. together. Browsing subject area: Epitaphs -- New York (State) (Exclude extended shelves) Registrum Roffense, or, A collection of antient records, Monumental inscriptions of the British West Indies from the earliest date, with genealogical and historical annotations, from origina[l], local, and other sources, illustrative of the histories and.
St. Nicholas published descriptions and guides index. 1) Domesday Book. 2) or Textus Roffensis. 3) Richard Kilburne - A Topograghie or Survey of the County of Kent. 4) Thomas Philipott - Villare Cantianum. 5) Dr John Harris - The History of Kent. 6) John Thorpe the elder - Registrum Roffense. Transcribed from the Originals by John Thorpe, MD FRS and Published by his Son John Thorpe Esq, AM FSA together with the Monumental Inscriptions in the Several Churches and Chapels within the Diocese (London: W & J Richardson). Till, B. D. (n.d.), The Ecclesiastical Courts of York – a study in decline (typescript at Borthwick Institute). It is manifest, however, that Lanfranc's act could be only the recognition, or at most the reconstruction, of an old foundation, because, in addition to the above citation from Bede, Thorpe (Registrum Roffense) informs us, that King Edgar granted land at Plumsted to the monastery of St. Augustin; and Hasted (referring to Dec. Script. col. Pages An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in London, Volume 5, East ally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London,