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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Flaxley

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Flaxley HOUSES OF CISTERCIAN MONKS 12. THE ABBEY OF FLAXLEY The Cistercian monastery of Flaxley , sometimes called Dean, was founded between 1151 and 1154 by Roger, son of Milo Fitzwalter , earl


    FlaxleyFLAXLEYFlaxley lies 14.5 km. WSW. of Gloucester on the north-eastern edge of the Forest of Dean . It was formerly the site of a Cistercian abbey 42 and the ancient parish, which covered 1,749 a. (707.8 ha.), 43

    Blaisdon Introduction

    Gloucester , was united with Flaxley parish in 1935 ; the boundary between the two parishes had roughly followed the Longhope brook. 1 Previously, in 1883 , Blaisdon had taken in a detached part of Flaxley , covering 45 a.

    Blaisdon Church

    house, the rector residing at Flaxley . Before 1280 the rectory was sequestrated for a time because of the rector's non-residence and failure to appear for ordination. 78 William Berkeley , a monk of Flaxley Abbey , was instituted in

    St. Briavels Hundred ST. BRIAVELS HUNDRED 1840

    of the tithes from all recent assarts from the Forest. 10 Flaxley was created by Roger, earl of Hereford , c . 1150 as the endowment of his foundation, Flaxley abbey. 11 In Westbury-on-Severn parish Northwood tithing, which originated as

  • * British History Online * *

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    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1492-1503, 01 January 1492-31 December 1503

    Dated under their common seal in the chapter-house at Westminster, 2 April, 1493. 1502. (viii) William abbot of St. Mary's Flaxley of the Ci stercian order of Hereford diocese, and the convent: grant to the king, in special consideration of Subscribers-only content

    Index, F, 01 January 1535-31 July 1535

    merchandise in, 189 (p. 67). -, persons of. See Flemings. -, ambassadors in: -, English, 47. Flatbury . See Fladbury. Flaxley (Flaxleya), Abbey, 74 (ii., 2.) Flaxton , Mrs., 11. Flecher . See Fletcher. Fleming , a, burnt at Paris,

    Index, F

    of Hungary. Flanesford (Flarsford) priory, Heref., 1238. Flarsford. See Flanesford. Flatbury , Wm., abbot of Sibton, 1247. Flatewyk. See Flitwick. Flaxley or Dene abbey, Glouc., 1238. Fleccher , Edw., 553. Flecher , Joan, 364 (p. 139). Flegg , , Observant

    Entry Book, July 1681, 4-9, 01 July 1681-31 July 1681

    298. Same to [Mr. Agar, one of ] the Surveyors General of Woods, of the petition of Abraham Clarke of Flaxley, praying the Treasury Lords to direct a survey of Abbots Wood in Dean Forest. Ibid . Same to the

    Treasury Books and Papers, May 1744, 01 May 1744-31 May 1744

    to the matter, viz.: by William Welch, of Longhope; John James, of Abenhall; John Rice, of Longhope; Henry Martin, of Flaxley; Joseph Butcher, of Abenhall; Thomas Yem, of Mitcheldean; William Lane, of same; William Jelf, of Ruardean; Joseph Underwood, of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WALWYN, Thomas II (d.1415), of Hellions in Much Marcle, Herefs.

    part of the proceeds devoted to ‘helpe pore nede men oute of pryson’. Legacies also went to Marcle priory and Flaxley abbey, but the chief beneficiaries were the testator’s widow, Isabel, his eldest son, Richard, his younger sons, William and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ICarew,. of Ifaccombe, Bart. Dorsetshire-Nicholas Charles Da-niel, of Upway, Esq. Essex-John Coggan. of Wanstead, Esq. lo/scestershire-Sir Thomnas Ciawvley BolWey, of Flaxley. Abbey, Bart. Heres Tordshire-Sainuel Peploe, of Garnslooe, Esq. 1/er f'd7a'shire-JaamesSmith, of Ashlyn's-hitl],Esq. Kent-Ckarles Milner, of Preston-park, Esq. Leicestershire-ff rinch Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq. Asistatitoi)ionrnissaaiy-General, to i~larianna, eldest daughter of thb late John Fox, Esq. of Parliatment street. Onl the Cod ult. at Flaxley, llocestersbire, Rear-Admiral Ballard, to Cahahsisi Crawley, sister to the present Sir T. C. Boevey, Bart. of On 'tuesday, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the other 13 objections were withdrawn. The other 625 objections had been made by the Blues and the overseers of Flaxley, who, it is said, appeared to act in concert; of these 625 persons so objected to, 71 were allowed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aubsidy. EXT0TSVI JEWE.JAL IY R(DBFPRY AT OHIELTNEXhM. At the Cheltenham Police Court, yesterday, Maria King (18), a domestic servant of Flaxley, was ohargod with stealng, on the 19th of Ray, 1881, from 10. Bayshill Ter- mice, Cheltenham, a largo quantity Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Wilkes's King of the Colonies agst Mr. Beard's Beatrice. Mr, Wilkes's JobD Holland agst Mr. Nicholls's Mornih:g Star. The FLAXLEY GREEN STAKES-l16Puppies; entru=ce24.10l. MIr. Mlorgan's Sir Frederick agst Ar. Aston's Agnes. Mr. Dyase's Director agat Mr. Wilces's Wedding 11iis,. Subscribers-only content

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