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    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Partney

    3 The name of the founder of the abbey is unknown: nor is there any reason for connecting it with. Bardney . It was probably destroyed by the Danes and never rebuilt. There was a hospital at Partney in the Victoria County History

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Bardney

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Bardney 4. THE ABBEY OF BARDNEY The abbey of Bardney was the most ancient of those monasteries of Lincolnshire which survived the Danish invasions, being founded in all probability about twenty years before Victoria County History

    Hospitals St Mary Magdalene , Partney

    to Bardney Abbey at its foundation, and confirmed to the monks there by his son Walter in 1115 ; 1 and the hospital must have been built shortly after this, either by Walter or by the first abbot of Bardney Victoria County History

    RELIGIOUS HOUSES Introduction

    England to Christianity. The greater number of these earlier foundations, known or unknown, perished in the period of Danish invasion. Bardney and Crowland rose again from their ruins, 1 but Ikanho, Barrow , and Partney were never rebuilt. Besides these Victoria County History

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Lynn

    1397 Richard de Folsham, 1398 John Elys, 1483 John de Dereham , 1483 Thomas Heveringham, 1487 John Fornsett, 1487 Nicholas Bardney , 1489 George Elingham , 1509 Edmund Norwich , 1535 Blomefield, viii, 494-500; Dugdale, Mon . vi, 462-3; Taylor, Victoria County History

    House of Benedictine monks of the Order of Tiron The abbey of Humberston

    were to be granted or anything of importance done without consulting the bishop. Four years later, brother William Wainfleet of Bardney was sent to visit the house again, for its reformation; it was described as i n ' a state Victoria County History

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Revesby

    asserted by one of the witnesses after the Lincoln Rebellion that monks of Revesby , as well as those of Bardney and Kirkstead , were seen in the field among the insurgents ' 12 but none of them was brought Victoria County History

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Nocton Park

    had no business in the house, and brought scandal upon it, being suspected of unlawful connexion with a woman of Bardney . The bishop examined both him and the prior with care. It seems that he had been allowed by Victoria County History

    Houses of Premonstratensian canons The abbey of Barlings

    His own account of his dealings with the insurgent leaders is very similar to that given by the monks of Bardney and Kirkstead . Under threats he provided meat and lodging on Wednesday night, 4 October , for a large Victoria County History

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Crowland

    as occurred in many other monasteries in the thirteenth century. Building went on. The farmery was the work of Richard Bardney , 78 the central tower and the chapel of St. Martin were built under Ralph de Mersh, and the Victoria County History

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Kirkstead

    complicity of the monks of Kirkstead in the Lincoln rebellion, their case was very much the same as that of Bardney , and their guilt or innocence must be inferred from similar data. The original endowment of Kirkstead Abbey by Victoria County History

    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of St Oswald , Gloucester

    the Lady of the Mercians, and her husband Ethelred. 1 In 909 they brought thither from the ruined monastery of Bardney the body of Oswald, king of Northumbria . 2 Their church was served by a body of secular canons. Victoria County History

    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Lanthony by Gloucester

    confusing the Cluniac Priory of Lenton with Lanthony. Thus Matthew (or Peter) prior of Lenton , who became abbot of Bardney in 1214 , disappears from our list. Cf. Ann. Mon . (Rolls Ser.), iii, 40. Thomas of Elmham, a Victoria County History

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Spalding

    die prior of the house. 45 In 1528 there was a rumour that he had died, and the abbot of Bardney wrote to John Heneage to solicit the cardinal in favour of one of his own monks. 46 Thomas Spalding Victoria County History

    The University of Cambridge The Middle Ages

    G. Richardson , 'Schools of Northampton in the 12th Cent.', E.H.R . lvi. 601-2. J. C. Russell , 'Richard of Bardney 's Account of Robert Grosseteste's Early and Middle Life', Medievalia et Humanistica , ii. 51-52. Roger de Wendover , Victoria County History

    Houses of Benedictine monks The cathedral priory of the Holy Trinity or Christ Church , Canterbury

    rights. 44 In 1243 they came into conflict with the bishop of Lincoln , who had deposed the abbot of Bardney . 45 About 1275 there was a quarrel between Thomas Ringmer , then prior, and a faction of the Victoria County History

    Parishes Edlesborough

    which was assessed at £30 in 1291 , 248 and again confirmed to Bardney by the king in 1331 , 249 was given by the Abbot of Bardney in 1385 to the king, 250 who bestowed it on the monks Victoria County History

    DUFFIELD, Richard, of Barton-on-Humber, Lincs.

    on behalf of the sheriff of Lincolnshire; and he was also closely involved in the affairs of the abbot of Bardney, who chose him to be his parliamentary proxy in 1414 (Nov.), 1416 (Oct.), 1419, 1429 and 1431. On the History of Parliament

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