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  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Knights Templars The preceptory of Guiting

    House of Knights Templars The preceptory of Guiting HOUSE OF KNIGHTS TEMPLARS 29. THE PRECEPTORY OF GUITING The preceptory of the Templars at Guiting was founded about the middle of the twelfth century. 1 Gilbert de Lacy and Roger de

    House of Knights Templars The preceptory of Bulstrode

    House of Knights Templars The preceptory of Bulstrode HOUSE OF KNIGHTS TEMPLARS 18. THE PRECEPTORY OF BULSTRODE All that is known of the preceptory of Bulstrode is that it certainly existed in 1276 , for in that year Brother John,

    House of Knights Templar Dunwich

    House of Knights Templar Dunwich HOUSE OF KNIGHTS TEMPLARS 32. THE KNIGHTS TEMPLARS OF DUNWICH There was a house or preceptory of the Knights Templars at Dunwich at an early date, for King John , in the first year of

    Houses of Knights Templar Preceptory of Temple Rockley

    HOUSE OF KNIGHTS TEMPLARS 17. THE PRECEPTORY OF TEMPLE ROCKLEY John Marshall , ancestor of the Earls Marshall and Earls of Pembroke , gave 1 hide of land in Rockley (Ogbourne St. Andrew ) to the Knights Templars in 1155

    House of Knights Templar The preceptory of Ewell

    House of Knights Templar The preceptory of Ewell HOUSE OF KNIGHTS TEMPLARS 24. THE PRECEPTORY OF EWELL In the inquisition 1 taken in 1185 on the lands of the Templars William the king's brother and William de Peverelle are said

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 2, page 109 (1563)

    all your consentes therevnto. Wherefore here before you all, I geue my daughter swelling pryde to wyfe, to the proude Templars, my gredy daughter auarice to the couetouse Cicestren monkes, and last of all, the filthie daughter Luxurie, to the

    Actes and Monuments of the Churche.

    this yere of oure Lorde. MCxxviii. the orders of the knights of the Rodes, called Ioannites. Also the order of Templars rose vp.An. 1130. Innocentius. ii. pope.After Honorius, nexte in the same vsurpation succeadid Pope Innocentius, ii. An. MCxxx. But

    K. Henry .2. T. Becket yeldeth & rep ē teth. T. Bec. animated by the Pope.

    of the mā would not geue ouer. After this, came to him. ij. rulers of the tēple called Templars: one Richard de Hast: an other Costans de Houerio with their company: lamēting and bewailyng the great peril which they declared

    K. Henry 2. T. Becket incensed by the Pope agaynst the king.

    stout stomack of the mā would not geue ouer. After this, came to him ij. rulers of the temple called Templars: one Richard de Hast: an other Costans de Heuerio with their company: lamenting & bewayling their great peril which

    K. Henrye. 1. Cōplayntes of the clergie. King Henry the first.

    the yeare of our Lord. 1128. the orders of the knightes of the Rodes, called Ioannites: also the order of Templars rose vp.Pope Innocentius the. ii.After Honorius, next in the same vsurpation succeded pope Innocentius, ij. an. 1130. But as

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    flaenorol, yn ei glust gan gi cynddeiriog. yin od Bu farw yn nghanol arteithiau mawrion. syl oaf Mae y Good Templars, sefydliad Americanaidd, oed am newyddei gychwyn yE Llundain, gyda'r amcan o hei yr trwy aefydln goraafoedd i ymgynnll, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ebau o blaid y Permissive Bill erbyn yr 8fed o Fai; . id ac y mae miloedd o'r " Good Templars " yn egniol ar in y maes gyda'r un gorchwyl. Mae holl ddirwestwyr 2n y dcyrnas yn cydweithredu. Ni Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ' TARFOYDD MISOLi .HE, NAsi~AiX TlJAsAsrn3 &ei.9;. C.yalhliw~yd .ylarmQd .ehwiarterol yr, 06niaWarheb nchocd ,.m aghapel City Road, Caerj 3Mai 22ainj `.Cadeir.ydd,:y 1 John W;illiamsj, gweindog y lle.. DsarlIeu. iqd axchkdarnlh.wyd cifnoidaxi y cffArfodiweddd9. . -DerbyniwydcAdroddiad- y brody- a bVnnJtyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    waered byd y cleisiau. Cafwyd anerchiad doeth a I dyddorol dros hen gan Mr. Bowen, Merthyr, Grand c Worthy Chief Templars of Wales. Aeth dros hanes I dechrenad a cbynydd yr achos dirwestol yn y ffoif r newydd ac effeithiol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TEMPLERIAETH. b Y mae Templeriaeth (Independent Order of n Good Templars) yn dechreu gwreiddio yan Nghyrnru. Clywsonm ddewis rhai o weinidogion y Methodistiaid yn Worthy Chief Templars ychydig ramser yn ol; a chawsom y fraint o wrando gwein. idog arall Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Affairs of the East India Company, Appendix B No. 21

    pieces 12 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Templars pieces 40 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

    Charter I, On the liberties of the Burgesses of Cardiff (1147)

    Also, the Lord Bishop shall be quit of his demesne table, but his men shall give the custom. Also, the Templars, Hospitallers and monks shall give the custom, unless they have a charter of the Lord William and Lord Robert

    Addington

    the Knights Templars . Manor of the monastery of St. Mary Overie . Godric's manor, previously to the reign of Edward I. appears to have been divided into two; one of which was given to the Knights Templars by Walter

    The warde of Faringdon extra, or without

    . Next is the newe Temple, so called because the Templars, before the building of this house, had their Temple in Oldborne. This house was founded by the knights Templars in England, in the raigne of Henrie the second, and

    Appendix, Miscellaneous 1554, 26 July 1554-31 December 1554

    a chapter of the Order. Their Majesties lodged at the castle, a very ancient building which once belonged to the Templars, and later to the knights of Rhodes. 11 August To spend the night at Richmond, where his Majesty had

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    Statute con¬ cerning the Lands of the Templars, from the Great Statute Roll in the Tower, which purports to have been made in this Parliament. It recites that the Military Order of Templars ceasing and being dissolved, the Lands and Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    to the particular Case j and seems " to shew that the Transfer of the escheated Property of " the Templars to the Knights Hospitallers ought to be il considered as a singular Case, founded on peculiar Cir- " cumstances, Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    Ells Embossed do. Broad Ells - - Worleys - Camlets - Mohair Camlets - - Double Colours Moscow Cloths - Templars - Striped Duroys Figured do. Vigonia Cloth - - - Merino Robe Cloth Seraglio Ratteens Shags Vigonia Shags - Subscribers-only content

    First report, 27 June 1798

    Duchy of Lancaster, 8 Edward III. 16. A Book, containing an Account of part of the Possessions of the Knights Templars in England, by Jefiery Fitzstephen, Master of that Order, in 1185. 17. A Book containing a Survey of the Subscribers-only content

    First report, 27 June 1798

    Lands, and Possessions of Alien Priories. Ministers Accounts of them. Extents of the Manors, Lands, and Possessions of the Knights Templars. Ministers Accounts of them. Subsidy and Tax Rolls. Transcripts of Charters, and Confirmations of Charters, of the Foundation, &c. Subscribers-only content

 

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