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  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix, 01 August 1538-31 December 1538

    like the English wool. Dunkirk. Hol. Fr.,p . 1. Add . [June. ] 25 . Roche Abbey. R. O. Scheme of pensions for Roche Abbey. 12 The Abbot 33 l . 6 s . 8 d . The sub-prior 6

    Henry VIII, Miscellaneous, 1535, 01 December 1535-31 December 1535

    Kateryngtoune, knt., now the King, To Nonnemongtoune, Benedictine; first founder Sir Wm . Arche, now Sir Wm. Gasconne. To Roche Abbey, Cistercian, founded by lord Buelle and Turgott, (Ric. de Builli and Ric. Fitz Turgis) lord Clifford now founder. In

    Henry VIII, Pardon Roll, Part 2, 01 April 1510-30 April 1510

    Henrison or Herrison, of London , one of the fellows of the Middle Temple, and of Sandbeke, Bernesley and Roche Abbey, Yorks., gent., 12 May. John Cottesmore, of Brightwell or Bandewen Brightwell , Oxon, and London, k., 16 May. John

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Sheffield Iris, he was thus spoken of in the columns of that journal: " Fortunately they possess in Roche Abbey quarries a hard and durable stone, and in Mr Chantrey a sculptor, every way capable of fulfilling their intentions, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sunday morning, when he was found by the roadside weltering in his blood, about midway between Slade Hooton and Roche Abbey. His skull was fractured, his eyes were blackened, and his lower jaw was broken. Near him was lying a Subscribers-only content

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    the composition of some gay young clerk, who had promised him- self and his friends a rare treat at Roche Abbey "I write to say that I should be happy to form an acquaintance with you. I hope money will Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bruised were Mr. J. Read, of the Mexborongh Pottery; Mr. Parkinson, miller, of Sheffield; and Mr. Jenkin- son, of Roche Abbey, Ticks Hill, near Rotherham, all of whom were able to proceed home. The traffic was not impeded by the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    leaves runs up the arches from the capitals to the point. The base of the central shaft is of Roche Abbey stone, and those of the responds of Bath stone. The arches have label terminations, with the heads of the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Etchings on Stone; Roche Abbey, York[shi]er, 1812

    Stone; Roche Abbey, York[shi]er [monastery/convent] Plate 2 of number 6: a sheet from a drawing book; view of the ruined abbey, with a figure holding a pole in the right foreground, in front of an archway; carts, a gate, barrel,

    Roche Abbey in Yorkshire; The Virtuosi's Museum, 1779

    Roche Abbey in Yorkshire; The Virtuosi's Museum [monastery/convent] View of a distant ruined abbey among trees on a hillside, beyond the bend of a river which winds from the left foreground, a shepherdess sitting with a distaff on a hill-top

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