list of monumental brasses remaining in the county of Suffolk, 1903.

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List of monumental brasses, remaining in the county of Suffolk, Mdcccciii Paperback – January 1, by Edmund Farrer (Author)Author: Edmund Farrer.

The monumental inscriptions, in the parish of Saint Matthew, Ipswich, Suffolk. List of monumental brasses, remaining in the county of Suffolk, Vol 1: Allegations for marriage licences in the Archdeaconry of Sudbury, in the county of Suffolk, during the years to part 1. 87 Kelly's Directory of Suffolk, 88 List of monumental brasses, remaining in the county of Suffolk, By Farrer, Edmund 89 Man and his forerunners; incorporating accounts of recent discoveries in Suffolk and Sussex By Buttel-Reepen, Hugo Berthold von,Thacker, Arthur Gordon Seller Rating: % positive.

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List of monumental brasses, remaining in the county of Suffolk, ().pdf Materials for a history of Cockfield, Suffolk ().pdf Memorials of old Suffolk ().pdf. Kelly's Directory of Suffolk () List of monumental brasses, remaining in the county of Suffolk, - E. Farrer () Man and his forerunners; incorporating accounts of recent discoveries in Suffolk and Sussex - H.

Buttell-Reepen (). 85 Engravings Of Sepulchral Brasses In Suffolk: Tending To Illustrate The Ecclesiastical, Military, And Civil Costume As Well As To Preserve Memorials Of Ancient Families In That County - - 80 pages 86 A List Of Monumental Brasses Remaining In The County Of Suffolk - - pages 2 Vols/5(6).

12) The Registers of the Parish of Monks' Soham, in the county of Suffolk. Baptisms, Marriages & Burials Author: Morley, Claude. Publisher: London: Privately printed () 13) List of Monumental Brasses, remaining in the county of Suffolk, Author: Farrer, Edmund, b.

Publisher: Norwich: Goose (). Although the nonfiction book should be full of definite facts, the author can add some emotions to make this memoir or chronic and not so bored. List of Monumental Brasses Remaining in the County 1903.

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The Monumental Brasses of Huntingdonshire (Stratford St. Mary, Suffolk, ) Sadler, A.G., The Indents of Lost Monumental Brasses in Southern England, 19 vols. (Worthing, ) Stephenson, M., A List of Monumental Brasses in the British Isles (London,Appendix, ; repr. London, ) Last edited: Sunday, 19th May Back to the top.

Archives. MS-C Hamline University Hewitt Avenue Saint Paul, MN [email protected] monumental brass to Ann Dersley in the Cowlinge, Suffolk church. There is further information on a monumental inscription at Cowlinge, Suffolk for Ann Dersley's father, Thomas Dersley, Gent., which is found in the book, Farrer, List of monumental brasses, remaining in the county of Suffolk (), pg.

A List of Monumental Brasses Remaining in the County of Norfolk (Goose, Norwich, ) North Erpingham: Rye, Walter. Some Rough Materials for a History of the Hundred of North Erpingham, In the County of Norfolk (Agas H.

Goose and Co., Norwich, ) Sidestrand: Hoare, Christobel Mary. A List of Monumental Brasses remaining in the County of Norfolk - - pages A History Of Upton - - pages Depositions Taken Before The Mayor & Aldermen Of Norwich, Extracts From The Court Books Of The City Of Norwich, - - pages/5(1).

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The chronological list of figure brasses (pp. ) names London A to G, plus 27 Gerard Johnson products. Of the very few provincial workshops represented, notably Cambridge, plus Suffolk 1 and 3 (most lost), nearly every example comes from the north of the county at Hitchin, St.

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