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Old Nottingham from the castle to St. Mary"s

Rogers, Alan

Old Nottingham from the castle to St. Mary"s

[in connection with] a series of broadcasts looking at what remains from Nottingham"s past and what this tells us about the history of Nottingham

by Rogers, Alan

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Published by Department of Adult Education, University of Nottingham in Nottingham .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by A. Rogers. Booklet 2.
ContributionsUniversity of Nottingham. Department of Adult Education.
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Open LibraryOL17233447M

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Old Nottingham from the castle to St. Mary"s by Rogers, Alan Download PDF EPUB FB2

"A reprint of three 'Radio Nottingham' local history booklets: Themes from Nottingham's history; Old Nottingham: from the castle to St. Mary's; Nottingham and its villages, " Description: [4], pages illustrations, facsimiles, maps 22 cm: Responsibility: edited by Alan Rogers.

The castle was a favourite of medieval kings, the town was walled, and its wealth in the fifteenth century is indicated today by the magnificent perpendicular parish church of St Mary.

During the civil war the castle became a parliamentary garrison but it was demolished in the s.5/5(2). The vicarage of St Mary's was formerly at Washington House on High Pavement, but with the increasing industrialisation of the Lace Market at the end of the 19th century, the church purchased a new residence opposite the castle gatehouse.

This was used as St Mary's Vicarage until Churchmanship: Book of Common Prayer / Broad Church. Old Maps Books Memories History How to Buy The CastleNottingham Ref. St Barnabas' CathedralNottingham Ref.

St Mary's ChurchNottingham Ref. The Castle GatehouseNottingham Ref. Girls High School Nottingham was showing signs of decay. Writing in Alfred Stapleton mentions that St Mary’s is recorded in the Inquisitiones Nonarium of as owning St Michael’s Church in the lost village of Whiston which used to lie north of the junction of Mansfield Road and Woodborough Road, and which was destroyed in the 14 th century.

Records. William the Conqueror ordered the first wooden Castle to be built on Castle Rock. Nottingham’s French Borough and Saturday Market were established.

The Domesday Book refers to Nottingham as Snotingeham and Snotingham. A church was mentioned in the Domesday Survey of Nottingham, probably St Mary’s, with the Priest named.

St Mary's parish set up workhouse in on land between York Street and Mansfield Road. Bythe building had deteriorated and the parish began to plan for a new workhouse.

Initially, a larger site on Dog Kennel Hill was considered, but eventually the replacement was built on the old site at a cost of more than £5, St Mary's church is not geographically, but remains spiritually the very heart of the ancient city of Nottingham.

The reason for its present situation, somewhat off the beaten track, is that in the early middle ages there were two boroughs - the original Saxon borough, around St. Mary's, and the Norman-French borough, centred on the castle.

central section between Stoney Street and St. Mary's Gate. has been suggested14 that here, to the north of St. Mary's church, lay the original market place. The Weekday Market (Weekday Cross), in the south,west corner of the old borough, is somewhat out,of,the,way for the original Anglian market.

It is possible that after the establishment. Nottingham Castle is a castle in Nottingham, England, in a commanding position on a natural promontory known as "Castle Rock", with cliffs feet (40 m) high to the south and west.

In the Middle Ages it was a major royal fortress and occasional royal residence. In decline by the 16th century, it was largely demolished in The church was recorded in the Domesday Book of Nottingham at that time was a royal borough, and since St Mary's was the only church it had royal status.

That church was destroyed by fire in the 12th century and had to be rebuilt. The present church was begun in the 14th century and completed over years later. St Peter’s is one of the three parishes covering the ancient town centre of Nottingham.

Domesday Book refers only to St Mary’s, the pre-Conquest foundation in the old Anglian borough; St Peter’s and St Nicholas’ were established after the Conquest, quite possibly before the end of the 11 th Century, in the ‘French borough’ which. A flyer for the Ad-Lib club in St Mary's Gate (Image: Nottingham Local Studies Library).

Before this venue became a mecca for indie and dance kids, it was a reggae club called Ad-Lib. It had. The old organ was replaced by a modern model, constructed by Messrs. Marcussen of Denmark. Its design is very similar to (but smaller than) the instrument in St.

Mary’s Nottingham that was designed and installed by the same company. The Church of St Mary the Virgin is the oldest religious foundation in the City of Nottingham, England, the largest church after the Roman Catholic Cathedral in Nottingham and the largest mediaeval building in the city.

The church is Grade I listed by the Department for Culture, Media & Sport as a building of outstanding architectural or historic interest. Nottingham Castle can be seen to the left with St Mary’s Church in the Lace Market to the right and St Peter’s Church spire in the centre.

The medieval Trent Bridge is in the right foreground. Nottingham, UK. 04th July, Councillor Jackie Morris is sworn in as the new Lord Mayor, Also Mohammed Saghir is sworn in as Sheriff of procession left city council at am to arrive the castle for On arrival at the Castle, The Town Crier will read an announcement on behalf of the Lord Mayor, who will knock on the Castle gates to demand entry.a ceremony (at.

The Bell Inn is an ancient pub in Nottingham, England. Dating from aroundit claims, along with Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem and Ye Olde Salutation Inn, to be the oldest pub in the city. In the pub became a Grade II listed building. St Mary's is the oldest parish in Nottingham.

It is mentioned in the Domesday Book and is believed to go back deep into Saxon times. The main body of the present building (at least the third on the site) dates from the end of the reign of Edward III () to that of Henry VII ().

Nottingham St Peter is one of the three original Ancient Parishes in the City of Nottingham (along with Nottingham St Mary the Virgin, Nottinghamshire Genealogy and Nottingham St James, Nottinghamshire Genealogy).

The parish boundary included The Park, a residential development in the former deer park and Castle and Nottingham St Peter Exchange. – Nottingham Castle built. – Town wall rebuilt.

– St Mary's hospital founded. – Grey friary established. – Carmelite friary established. – Nottingham Goose Fair begins. Broad Marsh, Nottingham, c Looking towards Garners Hill and St. Mary's Church.

Old Pictures Old Photos Nottingham Castle Council House Houses Of Parliament Slums History Photos Street Look Aerial View. A new nostalgia book called John Henry Spree’s Nottinghamshire features a favourite venue for fiilm fans.1K pins. Lowdham is a village and civil parish in Nottinghamshire between Nottingham and is in the Newark and Sherwood district, and at the census, had a population of 2, increasing to 3, at the Census.

There are two main roads slicing through the village: the A south-east to north-west dual carriageway, and the A between Nottingham and Southwell. When the old stalls were removed in an Alabaster sculptured tablet was found face down which was believed to have been there since the Reformation.

In choir stall lighting was introduced. It is dual purpose, electric and oil filled, designed by Christopher Wray Lighting and provided by The Friends of St Mary’s.

The churches of St Mary, Nottingham, and of Southwell were collegiate churches; Southwell, now a cathedral, is a splendid building, principally Norman. The churches of Balderton, Bawtry, Hoveringham, Mansfield and Worksop are also partly Norman, and those of Coddington, Hawton and Upton St Peter near Southwell, Early English.

Mary's Church, to ; to v. Peter's Church, to v. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Nottingham parish registers. Marriages Item Preview remove-circle.

Nicholas Church, known locally as St Nic's, is an Anglican parish church in Nottingham. The church, sinceis Grade II* listed by the Department for Culture, Media & Sport as it is a particularly significant building of more than local interest.

History. The square has long been at the centre of Nottingham life. In the early days before the City of Nottingham was formed, the area was the centre-point between the Norman town of Nottingham, situated around the Castle Rock, and the old Anglo-Saxon town which was based around the current Lace Market at St.

Mary's Church, also called Snothryngham, Snottingaham or Snottingham. The Caves and St. Mary De Roche Nottingham - City of Caves By Joseph Earp As anyone who lives in the City knows that Nottingham, like Budapest, is built over a large number of caves.

However, unlike Budapest where the caves are natural, the Nottingham caves are entirely the work of human hands. 11th century. Nottingham is mentioned in the Domesday Book as "Snotingeham" and "Snotingham". In the 11th century, Nottingham Castle was constructed on a sandstone outcrop by the River Anglo-Saxon settlement developed into the English Borough of Nottingham and housed a Town Hall and Courts.

A settlement also developed around the castle on the hill opposite and was. Looking up St Peter's Gate, showing St Peter's Church in the centre and Albert Street to the right. Pictured between and The horse tram route from St. Peter's Square to. St Mary's Gate running alongside Nottingham's parish church, was the location of the original Theatre Royal.

The Old Theatre Royal in St Mary's Gate was built in and closed in. It is a minute walk from City of Caves and feet from Nottingham Castle. The city center is just miles away and East Midlands airport is 12 miles away. Raglan Road Irish Bar and Motorpoint Arena Nottingham are both at hand.

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Explore this cemetery for graves, information and tombstones for names in St Mary's Churchyard in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, a Find A Grave Cemetery. St Mary's church is situated at the heart of Nottingham's historic Lace Market district.

It's mentioned in the Domesday Book and is said to date back to Saxon times. NOTTINGHAM SKNE ST MARY'S GATE /21/ (East side) 11/08/52 Church of St Mary GV I Parish church. C15, retaining late C14 fragments. Ashlar with lead roofs. South aisle restored and crossing vault replaced c by William Stretton.

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The Lawn occupies the site of the medieval castle moat. Nottingham, St Mary's Church - miles (Historic Church) Wollaton Hall and Natural History Museum.

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