Historical Antiquities of Hertfordshire ebook
by Sir Henry Chauncy
Sir Henry Chauncy Full view - 1826. Appears in 76 books from 1730-1998. Page 489 - She was so courteous and affable to all persons that she gained their love, yet not so familiar to expose herself to contempt.
Sir Henry Chauncy Full view - 1826. The historical antiquities of Hertfordshire Henry Chauncy (si. Full view - 1826. The historical antiquities of Hertfordshire, Volume 1 sir Henry Chauncy Full view - 1826. View all . Common terms and phrases. She was of a noble and generous soul, yet of so meek and humble a disposition that never any woman of her quality was greater in the world's opinion and less in her ow. Appears in 17 books from 1755-1999.
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Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Reprint of the 2d ed. published by J. M. Mullinger, Bishops Stortford, 1826. Includes the text of the Domesday book for Hertfordshire, with English translation, interspersed throughout the author's text. Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
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Sir Henry Chauncy (April 12, 1632 – April 1719) was an English lawyer, topographer and antiquarian. He was born in Ardeley (then known as Yardley), Hertfordshire, son of Henry Chauncy and Anne Parke, daughter of Peter Parke of Tottenham. The manor of Ardeley had belonged to St Paul's Cathedral since before the Norman Conquest.
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Faithfully Collected from Public Records. and Other Select Authorities: Together with an Exact Transcript of Domesday Book So Far as Concerns This. By (author) Henry Chauncy.
Other: Hertfordshire Sources. by Sir Henry Chauncy, 1632-1719. With the original of counties, hundreds or wapentakes, boroughs, corporations, towns, parishes, villages, and hamlets; the foundation and origin of monasteries, churches, advowsons, tythes, rectories, impropriations, and vicarages, in general; describing those of this county in particular; as also the several honors, mannors, castles seats and parks of the nobility and gentry. and the succession of the lords of each mannor therein. Also The Characters of the Abbets of St. Albans.