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  • Cosyn, William, d. 1525.

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Foreword dated 1943.

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Statement[by] Dom Aelred Watkin.
ContributionsWatkin, Aelred, ed.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA670.S49 S5 vol. 56
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Paginationxxxvi, 190 p.
Number of Pages190
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6466958M
LC Control Number44006635
OCLC/WorldCa5819235

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The fragment was edited by Dom Aelred Watkin in Dean Cosyn and Wells Cathedral Miscellanea (Somerset Record Society lvi, ) [abbreviated as Dean Cosyn] pp.

Fasti. The printed collections of fasti of Bath and Wells outside Le Neve/Hardy are given below. Title Sources; Dean Cosyn and i.e.

Dean Cosyn and Wells Cathedral miscellanea: Report on the manuscripts of Wells Cathedral: Wells Cathedral chapter act book,   In a large cathedral like Wells in Somerset not all the prebends were held by cathedral officials or cathedral canons. Bishop Savaric Fitz Geldewin of Bath and Glastonbury () created the church of Sutton into a prebend church of Wells Cathedral for the use of Benedict, Abbot of Athelney and his successors.

[7] Dom Aelred Watkin (ed.), Dean Cosyn and Wells Cathedral Miscellanea (Somerset Record Society, Vol. 56, ), p. = the calendar of the colours of vestments at Wells placing St.

Andrew’s day in early December, possibly on the first. Wells Cathedral: its monumental inscriptions and heraldry: together with the heraldry of the palace, deanery, and vicar's close: with annotations from wills, registers, etc., and illustrations of arms by Jewers, Arthur John, page note 1 ‘Ordinances and statutes of the cathedral church of Wells’ 98–; statutes for the vicars-choral, –49, in Dean Cosyn and Wells Cathedral Miscellanea, ed.

Dom Aelred Watkin, O.S.B., Somerset Record Society, John Clerke, bishop of Bath and Wells,William Knyght, bishop of Bath and Wells, and Gilbert Bourne, bishop of bath and Wells,Somerset Record Society Publications, 55 () Watkin, A.

ed., Dean Cosyn and Wells cathedral miscellanea, Somerset Record Society Publications, 56 () Collectanea III. Copy of Charter of Queen Elizabeth I to the Dean and Chapter: Dean Creswicke's notebook, 18th C.

[Book; also] include A s list of canons residentiaryand a copy of an Act for the establishment of a Deanery at Wells 1 ().

1 vol., vellum Samuel Creswicke was Dean of Wells. Dean Cosyn and Wells Cathedral miscellanea () Repository Library Shelf; Somerset: SANHS: M Record Number. Get this from a library. Dean Cosyn and Wells Cathedral miscellanea. [Aelred Watkin; Wells Cathedral.].

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Although few manuscript books survive from the pre-Ref ormation library at Wells Cathedral many of the muniments, both Charters and registers, have been preserved and are still found intact in the collection1.

One of these is the register of William Cosyn, dean from to It is written in various sixteenth-century hands and a note of ownership and provenance is found on p. Book of Fees: Liber Feodorum: Calendar of the Manuscripts of the Dean and Chapter of Wells [ed.

Bird and W. Baildon]. 2 vols. Cal. Rolls: Calendar of the Charter Rolls preserved in the Public Record Office. 6 vols. Cal. Genealogicum Dean Cosyn and Wells Cathedral Miscellanea, ed. Watkin. Somerset. Wells Cathedral: a history (Book) Wells Cathedral chapter act book, by Wells Cathedral (Book) Wells Cathedral by L.

S Colchester (Book) A relation of the defeat of the rebels in the West: with an account of their plundering and defacing the cathedral church at Wells, &c (). Jesus was born in the town of Bethlehem in Judea, during the time when Herod was king.

Soon afterwards, some men who studied the stars (referred to by later writers as the Magi), came from the east to Jerusalem and asked, “Where is the baby born to be the king of the Jews. Wells Cathedral by L.

S Colchester (Book) History of the Cathedral church of Wells as illustrating the history of the cathedral churches of the old foundation by Edward Augustus Freeman (Book) A relation of the defeat of the rebels in the West: with an account of their plundering and defacing the cathedral church at Wells, &c () Wells.

Wells Cathedral chapter act book, £15 Medieval deeds of Bath and district.£15 Diary of John Harington, MP, £15 Somerset. The book itself shows marginal shelf rubbing along the edges and corners, otherwise the binding is strong and tight, the text is clean and unmarked, and the boards are bright and distinct.

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2 vols. London, Westminster Dean and Chapter Library, Muniment Book XI. Will. Malmes. [7] Dom Aelred Watkin (ed.), Dean Cosyn and Wells Cathedral Miscellanea (Somerset Record Society, Vol.

56, ), p. = the calendar of the colours of vestments at Wells placing St. Andrew’s day in early December, possibly on the first. In the summer of Matthew’s anonymous career came to an end as he entered the full light of the record books.

His exposure was not in Wells cathedral but in the sister cathedral of the diocese at Bath. In mid-September Ralph de Shrewsbury, Bishop of Bath and Wells, visited the cathedral church of Bath. A Fifteenth Century School Book (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ), p.

Nicholas Orme, “The Medieval Clergy of Exeter Cathedral, II. Aelred Watkin, ed., Dean Cosyn and Wells Cathedral Miscellanea, Somerset Record Society 56 (): pp. and William Cosyn was priest, a JP for Somerset from –, and Dean of Wells Cathedral from – Biography.

William Cosyn was born between and in London to Robert Cosyn and his wife Elizabeth (née King). Robert Cosyn was a man of some standing in London. King Edward IV granted Robert the office of Controller of the Scrutiny of good passing through the port of London in.

The Dean of Wells is the head of the Chapter of Wells Cathedral in the Mendip district of Somerset, England. The dean's residence is The Dean's Lodging, – William Cosyn; – Thomas Wynter (also Archdeacon of York, Archdeacon of Richmond (–).

Wells Cathedral is a Church of England cathedral in Wells, Somerset, is the seat of the Bishop of Bath and Wells, who lives at the adjacent Bishop's Palace. Built between andWells Cathedral has been described as “the most poetic of the English Cathedrals”.

[1] Much of the structure is in the Early English style and is greatly enriched by the deeply sculptural nature. Dean Cosyn and Wells Cathedral Miscellanea. A Watkin; The Household of Edward IV The book ends by showing how medieval writers commonly recognize and endorse the natural processes by which.

Wells Cathedral, dedicated to St Andrew the Apostle, is the seat of the Bishop of Bath and Wells and the mother church of the diocese.

The Dean is the chief resident cleric of the Cathedral. Wells Cathedral’s history goes back over years and the present buildings are the result of a building period from the 12th to the 15th centuries.

Wells Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral in Wells, Somerset, England, dedicated to St Andrew the Apostle and seat of the Bishop of Bath and Wells, whose cathedra it holds as mother church of the Diocese of Bath and in – to replace an earlier church on the site sinceit is moderately sized for an English cathedral.

Its broad west front and large central tower are. Also the following manuscript books:— Dean Cosyn's MS. Collections, Bishop Creyghton's MS., 'Statuta Ecclesioe Cathedralis Wellensis,' seventeenth century, annotated by Canon Robert Wilson in the eighteenth century. A copy of this, made for Archbishop Laud in(Lambeth MS.

,) was printed by Reynolds in his Wells Cathedral. Freeport, NY ). watkin, ed., Dean Cosyn and Wells Cathedral: Miscellanea (Somerset Record Society 56; London ); "Glastonbury, – 39, as Shown by Its Account Rolls," Downside Review 67 () – t.

wright, ed., Three Chapters of Letters Relating to the Suppression of Monasteries (Camden Society 26; London ). WELLS CATHEDRAL ARCHIVES The collection at Wells Cathedral comprises three separate archives, those of the Dean and Chapter, the College of Vicars Choral and Wells Old Almshouses. All three have been catalogued in detail, but are not currently in the form of a searchable database, which would enable them to be made available on our website.

The Cathedral Church of Saint Andrew, commonly known as Wells Cathedral, is an Anglican cathedral in Wells, cathedral, dedicated to St Andrew the Apostle, is the seat of the Bishop of Bath and is the mother church of the diocese and contains the bishop's throne ().The present building from to replaced an earlier church built on the site in Full text of "Wells Cathedral: its foundation, constitutional history and statutes.[Edited by Herbert Edward Reynolds] Illustrated from various records: Nathanie Chyle's History, circa ; Ordinale et statuta, Lambeth Ms.

; Liber Ruber, and other MSS". William Turner MA (/10 – 13 July ) was an English divine and reformer, a physician and a natural has been called "The father of English botany." He studied medicine in Italy, and was a friend of the great Swiss naturalist, Conrad was an early herbalist and ornithologist, and it is in these fields that the most interest lies today.

Richard de Spakeston [1] was the Dean [2] of Wells [3] between [4] and [5] References ^ "The history and antiquities of Somersetshire" Phelps,W: London, J.B. Nichols & Son, ^ "Somerset Historical Essays" Robinson, J.A:London, British Academy, ^ "Cathedral Antiquities: Wells, Exeter, and Worcester" Britton,J London M.

Nattali, ^ "A concise history of the Cathedral. List of Washington National Cathedral staff. Armed Forces and Federal Ministries for the Episcopal Church.

main office: () Dean Cosyn and Wells Cathedral Miscellanea. London: Butler & Tanner Ltd. Basic Books. Farrell, G. An Examination of the Choral Tradition at Wells Cathedral. unpublished. The Linked Data Service provides access to commonly found standards and vocabularies promulgated by the Library of Congress.

This includes data values and the controlled vocabularies that house them. Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and more.Pages in category "Deans of Wells" The following 72 pages are in this category, out of 72 total.

This list may not reflect recent changes ().The position as Somerset's physician also led to practice among upper society. He was prebendary of Botevant in York Cathedral inand Dean of Wells Cathedral from towhere he established a Herbal garden.

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