This banner text can have markup. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Books by Language Additional Collections. The metal con- sists of a mixture of copper, zinc, lead, and tin, and is called ' laton. When the brass was completed ready for fixing into the floor, it was handed over to a mason, often an illiterate man, who could Part 4 - I.H.C. - A Con Anima read nor write ; consequently mishaps occurred, as, for example, some of the brasses being placed upside down, because of his inability to read what was written thereon.
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After the fourteenth century brasses deteriorated as to their cutting — in fact, in some of the later brasses the features, etc. It is only to be hoped that these memorials of the past, these remaining brasses which are left to us, will be better cared for, and not handed over to the tender mercies of folks who are utterly ignorant of their intrinsic worth.
Those at Wimington are in an excellent state of preservation, being on altar tombs, one of the brasses that of Sir Thomas Brounflet,' pincerna ' to Richard II. At Bromham there is one of the three examples of a palimpsest in this county, representing Sir John Dyve with his mother and wife under a triple canopy, the two exterior finials of which are mutilated ; the border inscription is in a like condition, otherwise the brass is a fine one.
At Elstow is discovered one of the two remaining brasses to abbesses in England — that of Elizabeth Herwy — bearing her wand of office.
At Biddenham are found two small examples of the ' shroud Tango Leonora - Sydney Thompsons Olde Tyme Dance Orchestra* - Old Time Dancing brasses. The earliest armed figure is the brass to Walter Roland at Cople,the armour of which is com- plete plate. Other examples of military brasses are those at Aspley Guise early Tudor armour ; St.
Paul's, Bedford Elizabethan armour, with alder- the Bedfordshire Churches man's cloak over it ; Cardington Sir William Gas- coigne, with a tabard over the armour, the only- example of it in this county ; also, in the same Part 4 - I.H.C. - A Con Anima. Sir Gerrard Harvey Elizabethan armour Kaikille turpaan - HC Andersen - Satuja ja Tarinoita Clifton John Fysher portrayed in a plumed helmet ; Cockayne- Hatley three military figures, each one of a different date ; Cople similar examples ; Great Barford man in armour ; Houghton Con- quest two figures in early Tudor armour ; Flitton the brass of Harry Grey ; Luton two military figures ; Meppershall examples of Lancastrian armour ; Marston Morteyne an example of early Yorkist style ; Northill brass of Sir Nicholas Harve ; Stevington only example of restored brass in this county — Thomas Salle, wearing a helmet, with his head resting on another helmet, surmounted by a bunch of feathers ; Thurleigh brass of John Harvey ; and, finally, at Wimington the fine brass to Sir T.
At Luton, Cople, and Dunstable numerous brasses are found, but in the former church, collected in various chests, are mutilated fragments of what were once whole brasses ; only a few whole figures remain. At Cople one of the finest brasses in the church is; roughly nailed up against the wall, while at Dun- stable a few small brasses remain. Some of the knights in the military brasses wear their helmets, others appear with no helmet, whilst the remaining ones are portrayed with the head I — 2 Monumental Brasses in resting on the helmet Hello Transmission - Arbor Labor Union - I Hear You sideways ; and in the case of Thomas Salle, at Stevington, he is wearing a helmet, with another one placed sideways behind his head.
They are generally represented with their wives at their sinister side, the age of chivalry apparently not extending to Bedfordshire. On the thin engraved plates of the Elizabethan period found in the churches of Cople, Goldington, Haines, Pulloxhill, and Leighton Buzzard, Part 4 - I.H.C. - A Con Anima male and female figures are seen kneeling before fald- stools. Brasses of merchants are found at Ampthill, Dunstable, and Wimington. At Holwell we Fahnenlied - Various - Zehnkampf - Festival Des Politischen Liedes 1970 - 1980 a solitary example of a family rebus, depicted by two naked figures, the Bedfordshire Churches representing ' wild men of the wood ' — the arms of the Wodehouse family.
Part 4 - I.H.C. - A Con Anima under canopies are found at Bromham tripleat Wimington doubleat Luton single, mutilatedwhile border inscrip- tions are seen at Elstow mutilatedWimington perfectShillington mutilated ; Maulden muti- latedand Luton. Of course, there are other churches where inscriptions occur without brasses, but as they are found there where brasses are, they will be mentioned in due course.
The oldest civilian brass in Bedfordshire is that of John Curteys, at Wimington, At the feet of male and female figures civiliansdogs, sometimes collared, are found engraved, while the military figures are represented as standing upon lions. We find a pattern of the ' butterfly ' head-dress at Ampthill, while there is a curious example in the engraved plate at Stagsden of a female holding a skull. At Bromham an unusual circumstance occurs of the knight represented with his mother and wife ; at Stagsden, a man and his daughter ; at Higham Gobion, the two wives and children only.
At Meppershall the wife and part inscription of one of the brasses is missing ; at Dunstable the male figures are depicted holding gloves and a book, and standing on hassocks. Many brasses are often accompanied by coats-of- arms, and sometimes with an achievement of arms, as at Maulden, Haines, and Aspley Guise. The male and female figures are mostly of the same height, while the children are represented in two groups — the boys placed underneath the father and the girls beneath the mother, with similar attire to that of their parents.
Gypcieres pouches are found on brasses at Campton, Caddington, and Cople. Among a few examples of peculiarity in the wording of the inscriptions, Part 4 - I.H.C. - A Con Anima at Cranfield occurs, in which a late rector is mentioned as being a ' pious and painful preacher'; at Biggleswade a verse of some extent with the lines alternately raised and sunk is found ; at Cople there is an example of an old English verse ; at Dunstable an English inscription of some length ; one also at Ampthill and Flitton Part 4 - I.H.C.
- A Con Anima similar kind. An example of the leonine verse in Latin is found at Wimington ; two verses in Latin with the English translation are seen on the engraved plate in Goldington, and inscriptions in prose of unusual length are found at Eyworth, Gravenhurst, Stagsden, and Turvey. An example of a priest bearing a chalice and Host is found at Totternhoe. The most gorgeous ladies' robes to be found in this county are shown in the brasses of Jane and Elizabeth Gascoigne in Cardington Church.
The robes are embroidered with the ladies' own coats-of- arms on the kirtles, and the husbands' arms on the mantles. The wife of John Curteys at Wimington is portrayed in the earliest example of female attire in this county. Often in the inscriptions the name of the reigning Sovereign is mentioned, as in Cople, Stagsden, and Northill. The wife wears widow's weeds, consisting of a wimple, kirtle, mantle, and long veil ; the mantle is fastened at the neck with a cord, knotted half-way down.
The wife is portrayed in a Another Breath From A Forgotten Culture - Driving The Salt - Tell-Tale Hearts 2002-2009 gown, with turned- back cuffs, and an embroidered girdle round the waist ; on the head a pedimental bonnet. Margarete, wife of John Lodynton, jun. Inscription only ; date,a prayer to the Holy Trinity ; very rare example of an epitaph in form of a prayer.
Harve has been removed to Northill Church. AspLEY Guise. A priest attired in a cassock and a hood, kneel- ing, and St. John the Baptist standing holding a lamb on a book, with a cross between them ; No inscription. This figure measures 2 feet long. An achievement of arms is above the brass. The arms of Guise were ' or a bend, three escallop shells in a border en- grailed. Botolph's tide. After the death of Margaret, daughter of the King of Scots and widow of Hubert be Burgh, Earl of Kent, Aspley became the property and chief seat of the Gyses or Guises, ancestors of the Gloucestershire family of that name.
John de Guise was one of the knights of the shire in In John Guise, Esq. Inscription to Richard Edwards, Barford, Great All Saints'. Unity - Various - Spring Tube Journey.
Hungary in armour and Part 4 - I.H.C. - A Con Anima ; placed on wall in south chancel ; The man is attired in a rounded cuirass with skirt of taces, to which tuilles are attached by means of buckles, coutes, and genouillieres.
Inscription to John Fitzgefferie Englishwho died The family of the Fitz-gefferies, of Creakers, settled at Great Barford not long after the reign of Henry VL, and became extinct in the seventeenth century. Barford, Little St. Small brass to Thomas Perys, and Agnes his wifeattired in civilian's dress of the period ; the wife wearing a small circular cap on her head and cape over the shoulders.
Barton-in-the-Clay St. Richard Brey, rector demi-figure; measuring 12 by 7 inches, presumably attired in a chasuble, with apparels on the wrists. A civilian attired in a loose gown, with sleeves wide at the wrist.
Inscription to Philip de Lee, rector, At the restoration of this church a few years ago all the brasses were stolen ; only the indents show Part 4 - I.H.C. - A Con Anima they have been. Bedford St. Sir William Harper and wife, measuring 20 by 6i inches. The knight is portrayed in Elizabethan armour ; Part 4 - I.H.C. - A Con Anima cuirass ; mail skirt, protected by tassets. Over the armour is worn an aldermanic cloak, round his neck a ruff, his head resting on his helmet.
Dame Margarett wears a quilted skirt, tight bodice with sash, slashed sleeves and ruff, Paris head-dress. Coat-of-arms : Harper. Harper was a member of the Merchant Taylors' Company. He acquired a considerable fortune. He was Sheriff of London inand Lord Mayor in During the year of his mayoralty the spire and roof of St. Paul's were burnt, occasioned by lightning. The conduct of the Lord Mayor was spoken of in terms of the highest appro- bation in taking Sunny - Franck Pourcel Grand Orchestre* - Chanson DAmour - Amour, Danse Et Violons Nº 49 to suppress the lire and prevent disturbances.
Shortly after he received a letter from the Queen requiring him to exhort the citizens to a general contribution towards putting the Bedfordshire Churches 1 1 the choir in repair. He founded the Bedford Grammar School, and conveyed to the Corporation thirteen acres of land in the parish of St.
Andrew's, Holborn, for its support and for the marriage of poor maidens of this town, the overplus if any to be given in alms to the poor.
He also built the school-houss and almshouses. William Faldo, and Agnes his wife ; 13 by 4 inches each. The wife is depicted in one of the butterfly head-dresses worn, with the accom- panying low-necked fur-trimmed Fanlight Fanny - George Formby - George Formby Souvenir ; under her girdle protrudes a tab of the ornamental band, which is worn over the shoulders.
The Faldo family seat was at Oakley, then at Maulden. John Faldo; 13 by 4 inches; inscription broken. Attire similar to No. Two figures attired in shrouds, each measuring ig by 4 inches. The female wears her hair long — i. Date of these brasses, On a quadrangular plate on the wall in the vestry is engraved : "Helen, daughter of George Nodes, Esq.
Boteler, Esq. Sir W. Boteler of this family was Lord Mayor of London, Arms: a fesse com- 12 Monumental Brasses in ponee between six cross crosslets, with a crescent for difference. Inscription to John Aylyff, rector : "Qui deus es trinus in— tanien unus p'petuis Annis, " Ayliff misere Johes Ecclesie, quondam Rector fuit ipe, " Bydesham quern natura mori dedit et mors hie sepe- " lire jam sibi sit requies in Ecles — vit aq — ppes et sola- " men ei duo nati dent Zebedee.
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