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Notes on the church of St. Michaels, Musbury, the Drakes of Ashe and their monument

Henry G. Cockerton

Notes on the church of St. Michaels, Musbury, the Drakes of Ashe and their monument

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Published by s.n. in S.l .
Written in English

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  • Church architecture

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    Pagination12 p. :
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    Open LibraryOL25463137M

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Notes on the church of St. The Drakes of Ashe and their monument book, Musbury, the Drakes of Ashe and their monument Notes on the church of St. Michaels, Musbury, the Drakes of Ashe and their monument by Cockerton, Henry G. Publication date Topics Ash family, Drake family, Church Pages: The Drakes lived in Musbury until when Ashe House was sold out of the family.

The family, however, moved back into the village in Many visitors from all over the world come to visit the Church, either to see the famous Drake monument or to come back to their roots or visit graves in the well-kept churchyard. Both are buried in the Parish Church of Musbury.

- John Drake, son of William and Philippa The Drakes of Ashe and their monument book, grandson of Robert and Elizabeth Prideaux, and great grandson of John of Ashe and his wife, Amye Grenville came from Devonshire, England, to Boston Mass. in and soon afterward settled at Windsor, Conn.

he brought with him his sons, Jacob. St. Michael's was extensively restored in the 19th century, including the remodeling of the chancel in and the rebuilding of the North Aisle by Pearson Hayward in The Venetian mosaic reredos by Salviati was a gift to the church by Sir William Drake of Oatlands in St.

Michael is also mentioned in the Book of Daniel and regarded as the protedtor of Israel. This denoted some eminent victory of the early Christian Church over the evil men of the time.

The Feast of St. Michael is celebrated to express thankfulness for those great St. Michael, also, is the Patron Saint for those in danger on land and sea.

"MUSBURY, in the vale of the Axe, 3 miles S.W. of Axminster, is a village and parish, containing souls, and A. 10P. of fertile land, including the hamlet of Maidenhayne and several scatterednow a farmhouse, was anciently the seat of the De Esse or Ash family, and afterwards of the John Drake, who was created the Drakes of Ashe and their monument book baronet inrebuilt the old castellated.

Ashe House, the reputed birthplace of John Churchill who was created Duke of Marlborough after the Musbury of Blenheim, was in the ownership of the Drake family from the 15th to the 18th century. A unique 17th century tomb in St Michael’s Parish Church marks the final resting Musbury of members of the Drake.

In its day, art of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries was called the _____, but Giorgio Vasari, an artist and art historian of the sixteenth century, coined the term "Gothic" as a pejorative Notes on the church of St.

Michaels to its rejection of the classical principles that regained popularity in the Renaissance. on the headstones of the Drake Stonemasons and their families, both in written and photographic forms.

These headstones are in the churchyard of St. Peter and St. Paul Church which is in the town of Uppingham in the county of Rutland. The churchyard is split into. Ash in the parish Notes on the church of St.

Michaels Musbury in the county of Devon is an historic estate, long the residence of the ancient Drake family, the heir of which remarkably was always called John, only one excepted, for ten generations. It was formerly believed to have been the birthplace of John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough (–), whose mother was Elizabeth Drake, but was in fact probably in ruins.

[EDITORIAL NOTES] This «impression» is a complete transcription of the three printed volumes of John Stabb's Some Old Devon Churches (ODC), Musbury interpolations from his one printed volume of Devon Church Antiquities (DCA); the source(s) for the description(s) of each of the churches uniquely described are given in the table immediately below.

These interpolations were achieved: firstly. In John Drake of Exmouth brought an action at law against a family called Frankcheyney to recover an estate in Musbury, East Devonshire, known as Ash, (which estate was passed down through his ancestor, John Drake (1) s wife, Christine Billetts family), which this John Drake claimed had been wrongfully retained by the Frankcheyney family Parents: Agnes Drake, John IV Drake of Otterton.

Bernard Drake. Sir Bernard Drake (c – 10 April ) was an Elizabethan sea captain. He was the eldest son of John Drake, gentleman, of Ash in the parish of Musbury, Devon, and his wife, Amy, daughter of Sir Roger Grenville.

Richard Drake was his was a first cousin of Roger Grenville, who was captain of the Mary Rose when it sank in and father of Sir Richard Children: John Drake, MP, Ursula Drake, Eleanor Button.

[Or, the Festival of St. Michael and All the Holy Angels.] THIS festival has been kept with great solemnity on the 29th of September ever since the fifth age, and was certainly celebrated in Apulia in The dedication of the famous church of St. Michael on Mount Gargano, in Italy, 1 gave occasion to the institution of this feast in the West, which is hence called in the Martyrologies of St.

Amy, the sixth and youngest daughter, was married to John Drake, of Ash, in the parish of Musbury, near Axminster, and died 18th February,leaving issue Sir Bernard Drake.

In the Drake aisle on the south side of the nave in Musbury Church there is a fine series of three pairs of kneeling effigies, the knights in complete armour with gold. Date: Wednesday, 22 July Hello all Drakes thought you would be interested in knowing that Musbury still exists and that there is much Drake memorbilia remaining even tho this village was mentioned in the Domesday book as musberia.

in fact the norman Church-St Michael- is not in ruins and is still used for church services. "I understand that for many years learned researchers generally agreed that John Drake of Windsor, CT probably came to the colonies from England in on the Mary & John and was the son of William Drake of Wiscomb, Southleigh parish, co.

Devon, who was unquestionably a member of the royally-descended Drake family of Ashe, Musbury parish, co. The armorials of the ancient family of Drake of Ash, Argent, a wyvern gules, can be seen on the monument to Sir Bernard erected at Musbury Church in Sir Francis Drake, the great sea-captain, was a very distant relation to Sir Bernard, when knighted by Queen Elizabeth in assumed the arms of Drake of Ash, which action was contested by.

The original name of the Michael Woods home plantation was Mountain Plains, the Mountanr Blair Plains Church having been built on a part of the Park land, and named iii commemoration.

Unfortunately, with the passing of the property to Chief Justice John Blair, prior tothe name of the home was changed, and it has since been known as Blair. Note acknowledging payment from Hampton in the amount of pounds, 5 shillings and 8 pence: ca.

Robert Livingston: Notes on the case: Robert R. Livingston and others ads James Jackson: ca. John Thompson: Bond to Robert Kennan. The first true Gothic hall church was the Church of _____ of Hungary in Marburg. Saint Elizabeth In its day, art of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries was called the _______________, but Giorgio Vasari, an artist and art historian of the sixteenth century, coined the term "Gothic" as a pejorative reference to its rejection of the classical.

William Fitzwilliam, a goldsmith, about this time founded at St. Helen's, in Bishopsgate, a priory of Benedictine Nuns, and probably built a church for them, against that of St. Helen's. The stone which the builders refused is become the headstone of the corner. This is the Lord’s doing; it is marvellous in our eyes.

This is the day which the Lord has made; we will rejoice and be glad in it. Save now, I beseech you, oh Lord: oh Lord, I beseech you. THE INDIANS IN VIRGINIA THE SUMMER OF "Stand up, stout seamen.

Give us now your tale." To John Cabot and his three sons, Lewis, Sebastian and Sancto, must be bestowed the honor of first discovering the mainland of North America, [1] and viewing the shores of Virginia.

Some doubt has been expressed as to Lewis and Saneto having accompanied their father, but it is known that Sebastian. The battle of Gettysburg, ; (Boston, Lee and Shepard, []), by Samuel Adams Drake (page images at HathiTrust) Descriptive key to the painting of the repulse of Longstreet's assault at the Battle of Gettysburg, July 3, In the parish-church is the tomb of Hugh Wolridge, a physician, who died inin the 30th year of his age.

This church is consolidated with those of St. Michael-Caerhayes, and St. Dennis, forming an united rectory, which is a sinecure, and a vicarage. Michael is the mother-church, but St. Dennis and St. Stephen are separate parishes. Book/Printed Material Inscriptions on the tablets and gravestones in St.

Michael's church and churchyard, Charleston, S.C., to which is added from the church records a list of interments of persons to whom there are no stones. Alain de Newark, Advocate of the Ecclesiastical Court of York, died the 13th of 'June John Burn, a Priest of the Cathedral Church of York, at the Altar of St.

Christopher, died the 17th of February, Thomas Eston, Chaplain of the Chantry at the Altar of St. Christopher, died the 5 th of August, Robertus Bothe, Dean, Author: Francis Drake. A short history of the Divine Word Seminary in the township of Conesus [Drake, H.

Jay] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A short history of the Divine Word Seminary in the township of ConesusAuthor: H. Jay Drake. Date: Wednesday, 22 July Hello all Drakes thought you would be interested in knowing that musbury still exists and that there is much Drake memorbilia remaining even tho this village was mentioned in the domesday book as musberia.

in fact the norman Church-St Michael- is not in ruins and is still used for church oldest. Obituaries from The Tampa Tribune: *Note: The Hillsborough County Public Library Cooperative has an online obituary index that can be accessed through their catalog (telnet version).

It includes a date and page reference to every obituary published in The Tampa Tribune since it began publishing in all the way throughas well as references to obituaries and articles published in. Popular understanding of Indiana black history focuses on post-Civil War African-American migration to cities in the north, such as Evansville, Fort Wayne, Gary, Indianapolis and South Bend.

This generalized thinking situates Indiana’s African-Americans as part of a national story, but fails to reveal the stories of free blacks and formerly enslaved people who settled the. Note that although the sign on the side of the building says "Buckfast Methodist Chapel", the sign in the ground just says "Buckfast Chapel", and church is used by Methodists and Anglicans.

Buckfastleigh. Includes: Monument to Amon Wilds in churchyard of Church of St Nicholas of Myra CHURCH STREET. Tomb to Amon Wilds, architect, his first wife, Sarah, and his widow, Ann.

c Probably designed by Amon Wilds. Stone. Approx 75m east of the east end of the church. For a crest, they adopted an "Eagle displayed, Gules" (red), which was originally the crest of the Drakes of Ashe, down to the time of Sir Barnard Drake, and can be seen to-day on his tomb in the parish church at Musbury.

Edmund Drake* of Crowndale, the first from whom lineal descent can be traced, and the grandfather of Sir Francis Drake, had.

Books and journals St Michaels Blewbury Church Guide Pevsner, N, The Buildings of England: Berkshire, (), Legal This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

Their children were Cynthia Lee, born July 7, ; and Donna Marie, born November 18 4. Roy Yoder(6) was born Febru He died May per the SSDI. He is buried in the Zion Church Cemetery – Roy Jay Yoder, – He married Effie Huffman.

Castorius is the patron saint of sculptors and his feast day is November 8th. Castorius, Claudius, Nicostratus, and Symphorian are called "the four crowned martyrs" who were tortured and executed in Pannonia, Hungary during the reign of Diocletian.

According to legend, they were employed as carvers at Sirmium (Mitrovica, Yugoslavia) and impressed Diocletian with their art, as did another. Posted 6/2/01 AM, messages. P l for Zenia read Zeruiah, pdf in the same line read case pdf of cose. P l for Elizabeth read Elijah, and in the same line read Pamela instead of Jarnella.

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