2 edition of cartulary of the treasurer of York Minster and related documents. found in the catalog.
cartulary of the treasurer of York Minster and related documents.
Janet E. Burton
|Series||Borthwick texts and calendars -- 5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 92 p. --|
|Number of Pages||92|
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and IX. A Cartulary of York Minster: York Minster Library and Archives, L2/2a ‘Domesday Book’, fosv and. The Cartulary of the Treasurer of York Minster and Related Documents Burton Janet E Published by Borthwick Institute of Historical Research, York, Great Britain ().
It would appear that Rome had favoured Edmund, or not seriously object to him as in Edmund Mortimer was still listed as treasurer of York. He was a late teenager at that time.
It is presumed that he didn’t do much in the way of actually accounting at York cathedral. The cartulary of the treasurership does not mention his name. Janet E. Burton, The Cartulary of the Treasurer of York Minster: And Related Documents (York, ). George Lawton, ‘Collections relative to Churches and Chapels within the Diocese of York’ (London, ).
C.C. Webb, ‘A Guide to the Parish Records in the Borthwick Institute of Historical Research’ (York, ). It remained in the patronage of the Treasurer untilwhen it passed to the vicars choral of York.
The Cartulary of the Treasurer of York Minster and related documents, ed. by J. Burton (York: Borthwick Institute of Historical Research, ), p. viii. Brown, 'Our Magnificent Fabrick'.
Janet E. Burton, The Cartulary of the Treasurer of York Minster: And Related Documents (York, ). George Lawton, ‘Collections relative to Churches and Chapels within the Diocese of York’ (London, ). The London Gazette, 14 May C.C. Webb, ‘A Guide to the Parish Records in the Borthwick Institute of Historical Research’ (York, ).
The name ‘Treasurer’s House’ relates to the building that first stood on this site which was built for the medieval Treasurers of York Minster. The first Treasurer was appointed in AD. The Treasurer controlled the finances of the Minster but also entertained important guests, which is why he was provided with a grand residence.
Monday, Gloucestershire Inquisitions Post mortem, Henry III, selective index. In the British Record Society published the Inquisitions Post Mortem for Gloucestershire, covering the years to and edited by Sidney J.
Madge. The publication had no index except for a. The first Treasurer for York Minster was appointed in when the office was established by Archbishop of York Thomas of Bayeux, but all that remains of his original house is an external wall which forms part of Grays Court and sections of 12th-century masonry in the present Treasurer’s House for which it is uncertain whether they are in-situ or have been on: Minster Yard, York, England.
The Cartulary of the Treasurer of York Minster and related documents. Edited by Janet E. Burton. The Cartulary of the Treasurer of York Minster and related documents. Edited by BurtonJanet E. York Dean and Chapter This page summarises records created by this Organisation The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the collection.
documents; in the later middle ages the whole manuscript was repaginated with what Farrer cites as ‘old pagination’.
The entire text is transcribed in J. A. Frost, ‘An edition of the Nostell priory cartulary’, DPhil diss. (York, ). The first section, fols.
ir–viiv (now fols. 4r–8v).The Cartulary of the Treasurer of York Minster and Related Documents (York, ), 3; Bi, Prob. Reg. 2, f. V. There is, in fact, little doubt that both song and grammar schools had continuous existences at least from the twelfth century until the time of the Reformation.
John Lawson, "Beverley Minster Grammar School in the Middle Ages," UniCited by: Archaeological York. Central to the room is a large model showing Roman York. See encampments and roads in the context of modern day York and how the city has evolved and changed.
Treasurer's House stands right behind York Minster on the line of the Roman road (Via Decumana) which now lies about three metres below today’s level.