A list of monumental brasses in Surrey

by Mill Stephenson

Publisher: Kingsmead Reprints in Bath

Written in English
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    • Brasses -- England -- Surrey -- Catalogs.
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      Statementcompiled by Mill Stephenson.
      ContributionsSurrey Archaeological Society.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNB1842 .S68 1970
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 585 p.
      Number of Pages585
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4062085M
      ISBN 100901571342
      LC Control Number79587357
      OCLC/WorldCa196867

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Raymond has compiled an extensive list of publications of City of London monumental inscriptions. For a modern guide to London's burial grounds, see: Wolfson, Patricia S. and Cliff Webb. Greater London Cemeteries and Crematoria. London: Society of Genealogists Enterprises Ltd., c, FHL Book /L1 V34w Websites [edit | edit source]. London (City) Births, Marriages and Deaths Indexes Online. Local BMD Indexes, Family History, Baptisms, Marriages, Burials, Monumental Inscriptions, Civil Registration, GRO Indexes, BMD, BDM, UK to censuses. Who Do You Think You Are?   Near Aylesford took place, A.D. , a grand battle between the Britons, under King Vortigern, and the Angles, or Saxons, under Hengest and Horsa, after the latter, invited over from Germany by Vortigern, to assist him against the Picts, had determined on taking advantage of the degeneracy of their allies to assume possession of so rich and tempting a country. 21 Jun - Explore sarahpeverley's board "Memorial Brasses, Monuments, and Tombs: Medieval", which is followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Medieval, Effigy and Middle ages pins.

complete memorials and three fragments. According to Mill Stephenson in his book A List of Monumental Brasses in Surrey, three were placed on the floor of the chancel of the new church but later removed to the south-west corner where they were mounted on the . bibliography and list of abbreviations) and pages (text pages, illustrations, chronological list of figure brasses and index 28 pages). Review (courtesy of Richard Busby and the Monumental Brass Society) Index Order form (snail mail only).

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A List of Monumental Brasses in the British Isles. [Based upon "A Manual "of Monumental Brasses" by Herbert Haines.] (Appendix. [Edited by Ralph Griffin.]) by Mill Stephenson (Book) 3 editions published in in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

BRASSES, MONUMENTAL, a species of engraved sepulchral memorials which in the early part of the 13th century began to take the place of tombs and effigies carved in stone. The full-sized brass of Sir John d'Aubernon at Stoke d'Abernon in Surrey (c.

) has the decorations of the shield filled in with a species of enamel. Other examples of. Media in category "Monumental brasses in England" The following 59 files are in this category, out of 59 total. A List of Monumental Brasses in the British Isles ().

London: Monumental Brass Society, Suffling, Ernest R. English Church Brasses. London: L. Upcott Gill, Trivick, Henry. The Craft and Design of Monumental Brasses. London: John Baker, Victoria and Albert Museum. Catalogue of Rubbings of Brasses and Incised Slabs. 2nd. Monumental brasses are a significant source of information and, due to their durability, are still found in enough numbers to represent a decent cross-section of the middle and upper class.

The resiliency of brass has enabled these monuments to better weather the ages than many stone slabs and effigies of. Objectives of the series. To publish fully illustrated volumes, adhering to historic county boundaries.

To provide an update of the entries as they appear in the List of Monumental Brasses in the British Isles, compiled by Mill Stephenson, (published in with an Appendix in ) incorporating any changes, further sources of illustration and stylistic information.

A List of Monumental Brasses in the British Isles by Mill Stephenson and a great selection of related books, Condition: Very Good. 3rd Edition. Comprehensible list, the book is in very clean condition, the boards have slight wear and the title is faded.

This contains the Appendix. Seller Inventory #. Full text of "A List of the Monumental Brasses Remaining in England: Arranged According to 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.

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We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Other editions - View all. - Explore nelson's board "Monumental Brasses; Brass Rubbing", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Effigy, Brass and Medieval pins. time, ‘it was resolved that a general list or index of monumental brasses should be commenced, with a view to publication’.

Realistically, this was to start with a book on Cambridgeshire brasses. The first Transactions ‘pamphlet’, of eight pages, appeared in the November of that year. Macklin’s other great chalcotriptic achievement. The fixing and unfixing of monumental brasses; The rape and restoration of a Surrey brass; Major-General James Wolfe: the Captor of Quebec, ; The brass rubbing exploits of T.E.

Lawrence; Where is it now. Notes on books, articles and the internet. A List of Monumental Brasses in Surrey - Thorpe to Worplesdon. Stephenson, M Published by Acadamic Journal Offprint from: Surrey Archaeological Collections, Vol Nicholas Gainsford, also written Gaynesford or Gaynesforde, (about –) of Carshalton, Surrey, of an armigerous gentry family established at Crowhurst, was a Justice of the Peace, several times Member of Parliament and High Sheriff of Surrey and Sussex, Constable and Keeper of Odiham Castle and Park, Hampshire, who served in the royal households from around until his death in   You are in: Home > Places > J Bramley, Notts monumental brasses, Transactions of the Thoroton Society, 17 () Notts monumental brasses.

By Mr Joseph Bramley. THE chief object in collecting rubbings of monumental brasses is to record the history, use, and development of armour, dress, and ecclesiastical vest­ments, as well as to learn something about the persons the. Discovering Antique Prints by Ronald Russell Aylesbury, Shire Publications, (Discovering series no.

) 88 pages. B/w photographic plates and drawings. Publisher's blurb: "For centuries prints were the only means of conveying information pictorially to the public.

From prints people learned what places were like, about natural history, architecture, costumes, transport, battles. The cost of horse brasses varies greatly by the design of the brasses, the maker, and retailer.

These range in price of to over as of is a collection of images and links of medieval monumental tombs. Most of the monuments listed here are either effigies or brasses.

The remainder are incised slabs, half-reliefs, and other miscellaneous representations. The current collection is focused on European monuments, from the 12th to 15th centuries. - Explore abfludgate's board "English Brasses" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Brass, Effigy and Medieval pins.

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Available now at - Softcover - Stu Norwich, GB - - No Dust Jacket - Softcover; Pages varies; stapled; no marks or writing except for one; Pub date; NOT ex-library;; 8 vols = The Complete Brass-Rubbing Guide to the figure brasses in: Dorset, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire; Cambridgeshssire & the isle of Ely; Sussex and Surrey; Northhamptonshire, Huntingshire & Ruthland.

Ann Adams: ‘Revealed and Concealed’: Monumental Brasses on High Relief Tombs – the examples of John I, Duke of Cleves and Catherine of Bourbon. Lunch (own arrangements) Session 3: Contextualising Brasses – Politics, Family and Religion Harriette Peel: Women, Children and Guardian Angels in Late Medieval Flemish Funerary Art.

Inthe sixteenth century brasses were grouped and mounted in the south-west corner of the church, displayed to pleasing effect after a visit by Mill Stephenson, author of “A list of monumental brasses in Surrey” (, re-printed in ). Hampshire, England Online Genealogy Records This chart shows links to countrywide collections.

To find links to collections for lower jurisdictions (such as a county, town, or parish), go to Locating Online Databases.and can be searched free of charge at your local family history center or the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Mill Stephenson suggests in his book A List of Monumental Brasses in Surrey that she was Possibly a daughter of Sir Walter Devereux, Lord Ferrers in right of his wife Anne, only daughter and heiress of William, Lord Ferrers.

The Monumental Brass Society was founded in to preserve and record monumental brasses. Initially it was known as the Cambridge University Association of Brass Collectors. Later it was renamed the Monumental Brass Society.

From a membership of. Rubbing of a brass half-effigy of Robert de Brantyngham in civil dress, ca. East Horsley Church, Surrey. Bibliographic References (Citation, Note/Abstract, NAL no) V&A Print Room's Print Catalogue: BRASS RUBBINGS CATALOGUEvol.

24 Stephenson, Mill, A List of Monumental Brasses in the British Isles. London: Headley Brothers. The Monumental Brasses of England (George Bell, Oxford, ) Boutell, Charles. Monumental Brasses and Slabs (G.

Bell, London, ) Stephenson, Mill. A List of Monumental Brasses in The British Isles (Headley Brothers, London, ) Thurloe, John.

A Collection of The State Papers of John Thurloe (London, ) Reid, Judith. Rubbing of a brass effigy of Sir John D'Abernon, depicted in armour with a coloured shield,Stoke D'Abernon Church, Surrey.

Museum Number ESurrey Archaeological Collections is the journal of the Surrey Archaeological Society. The journal, fromis being archived with the Archaeology Data Service. Tables of contents, abstracts and the contents of any microfiche are available for archived volumes.

Full text for each article is made available three years after the publication g reports from volumes 1 upwards are now.