2 edition of Thaxted in the fourteenth century found in the catalog.
Thaxted in the fourteenth century
K. C. Newton
by Essex County Council
Written in English
|Series||Essex Record Office Publications -- no.33|
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Ethelind Fearon. Ethelind Fearon was born in and lived in Thaxted, Essex. Her great passion was gardening (she was gardener to H.G Wells) and restoring fourteenth-century houses, but under. The Parish of Thaxted Situated within the Uttlesford district in the county of Essex, Thaxted is made up of 1, houses with a population of approximately people.
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This small book is intended to be a companion and complement to the writer’s book in the same series on The Ground Plan of the English In was founded a guild at Thaxted in Essex, and in –4. This book was a disappointment. For one thing, the title is misleading.
I expected it to be devoted to the Earls of Pembroke during the English Civil Wars, and yet nearly half the book is in the Elizabethan .Ethelind Fearon was born in and lived in Thaxted, Essex.
Her great passion was gardening (she was gardener to H.G Wells) and restoring fourteenth-century houses, but under pressure from .This collection of essays takes a fresh and invigorating look at late-medieval English society by focusing not on how people lived but on how they saw the world and their place in it.
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