Writing the history of Somerset: family, community and religion - essays in honour of Robert Dunning. (2018)

Adrian J. Webb, Andrew Butcher
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Somerset Somerset Studies S 9 WRI
Somerset SANHS R71-26
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9780857043290
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2018
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9780857043290
Format
Hardback
Height
24cm
Number of pages
208p
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Colour photographs
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1. Introduction
2. The Saints of Medieval Somerset by Ralph Griffiths
3. St. Lawrence In Somerset by Barry Lane
4. The Urban Estate of The Vicars Choral of Wells: A Study in Bad Management? by Anthony J. Scrase
5. Thought Son Martin Renger, A 16th Century Somerset Potter by David Dawson
6. Kingston Iuxta Yeovil in 1633 By Steve Hobbs
7. A Somerset Gentleman and Landowner: Thomas Smyth Of Ashton Court, Long Ashton 1609-1642 By Joseph Bettey
8. A Sequestrator’s Lot Is Not A Happy One: Edward Curll, Sequestrator Of Catash Hundred by Mary Siraut
9. Dr Westover Of Wedmore, Phycision And Farmer 1686-1705 by Frances Neale
10. Thomas Carew Of Crowcombe: The Pecuniary Problems of an 18th Century Gentleman by Sue Berry
11. New Light on William Day Of Blagdon, Land-Surveyor, Cartographer and Linen Draper by Adrian J. Webb
12. Were Somerset Parish Churches Physically Neglected in the 8th Century? An Examination of The Evidence in Edmund Rack’s Survey of Somerset by Mark McDermott
13. Monastic Revival in Somerset: Benedictine Monasticism from The Henrician Dissolution to The Second Vatican Council by Dominic Aidan Bellenger

Bibliography of Robert W. Dunning’s Works to 2017 compiled by David Bromwich
Index of Personal Names