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Bulkeley-Owen 1, 199 The Last Visitation of Shropshire, 1663. We still find in Wales a great number of saints belonging to the list of martyrs in the far East and South, whose names were honoured in the dedication of churches from the earliest introduction of the faith into this island. Mary is beyond all doubt the most common among the Britons. By such conjecture we should have three churches founded in the old town before the Anglo Saxon invasion, and the extension of the Mercian kiugdom to Offa's Dyke. Mary's Church, in the very centre of the earlier town, and when parishes came to be defined, occupying in its cure of souls more than half the town area, and with a burial ground extending, at one time, from the centre line of Castle Street to the very doors of the houses now occupied by Mr. The vote was carried unanimously, and the Archdeacon having replied, the nieeting terminated. This annual excursion of the Shropshire Areha)logical and Natural History Society took place on Tuesday, June 28th, in the neighbour- hood of Bridgnorth. It is now, unfor- tunately falling into ruin, but still contains several ornamental ceilings, on which the device of the Prince of Wales' feather is fre- quently repeated. Lhigcn, Esq., Four Sisters, East Bergholt, Suffolk Burton, Rev. Lingen, Little Aston Vicarage, Sutton Cold-field, Suffolk Calco.tt, John, Es(]., Oakley Street, Shrewsbury Calvert, E., Esq., LL. Extracted from the Shrewsbury Corporation Muniments by the Rev. It is quite impossible fur me to go fully into the proof of this assertion now, but 1 do not hesitate to make it. It is not at all likely to have been introduced by the Anglo Saxons, who rarely used other than Scripture names. Chad is it likely that the dean and canons of the larger and more powerful foundation would have suffered so large a portion of the town, so closely adjoin- ing them, to be severed from their control. Juliana was an early saint of Asia Minor, at the very beginning of the 4th century, and though unlikely to have been chosen by the Anglo Saxons not at all unlikely to have been respected by the Britons. Andrew, arc the commonest of all Anglo* Xlll Saxon dedications, S. Llanfair and Llanfihangel are, I suppose, the most frequent titles at this day in Wales, and Llanyelian is not likely to have been set up until after the title Llanfair had been appropriated. Michael in the Castle may have been of British nomination, too. Many of the rooms contain oak panelling of a somewhat later date, and one upstairs room, known as the " chapel," has remarkably fine oak beams. The latter is a most picturesque turreted brick building, traditionally said to date from a visit paid to Upton Cressett by Prince Henry, the elder son of James I., when" he was holding his court at Ludlow. This church is said in the Leiger of Lilleshall Abbey to have been founded by Ethelfleda, Queen or Lady of the Mercians. Later, apparently, during its change of owners, it was only worth 10s„ but at the time of Domesday was valued at 25s.

183 Richard Gardiner's ': on one occasion, when several scholarly men were present, one of them settled the question by quoting Pennant as having said so. All he says is that when lie came to Shrewsbury he was told so. Owen and Blake way's History oj Shrewsbury is of opinion that it must have been founded by Roger Montgomery when he re-built the Castle. She married Sir Alan do Charlton, of Aplcy, and conveyed all the Fitz Aer estates at Withiford to her husband. It is also stated as being at that time the least noticeable and important of the churches in and about the town, while S. They consist of part of the great hall, with two-storied domestic buildings standing at right angles to it, the stone staircase of which is in good preservation. P., Cheswardine, Market Drayton Dovaston, Adolphus, Esq., Twyford, Sunnyside lload, Ealing, London, W. It lay altogether outside the town, and a distinct record of its foundation exists as having taken place by one Siward not long before the Conquest. The remains are mainly of 13th century work, with a few later touches. P., Impney, Droitwich Darby, Mrs., Adcote, Shrewsbury Davis, Rev. A., The College, Cleobury Mortimer Donaldson-Hudson, C, Esq., J. Chad's was in some sense the " mother church of Shrewsbury." On two occasions during the last 25 years, when some improvements were being carried out in the church and subscriptions sought for their execution, the dignity of this church has been pleaded as being the "metropolitan church," and therefore having a special claim on its neighbours. The Cressetts became a family of considerable mark in the county. Mary's College of the tithes of Coton Hill, whieh rciruiin to this day the main endowment of St. (viii.) It is a little difficult to know where to turn next, but 1 turn to the church of St. It has for some years past been cither asserted or taken for granted that S. Constance's descendants succeeded to this manor and held it till 1792, when it passed with an heiress to the Pelham family, who still possess it. GENEALOGY COLLECTION ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 3 1833 00855 1753 GENEALOGY 942,4501 SH84T 1892 Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2014 https://archive.org/details/transactionsofsh24shro TRANSACTIONS OK THE SHROPSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY. 14 2 2 7 0 SHROPSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY. In 107G, a council held at Winchester decreed that those secular clergy who had wives might keep them, but forbad those who had not to marry. OS WEST KY W 0 0 D A L L , MINSHALL, A N P Co, 1912432 WOOD ALL, MINSHALL, AND CO., PRINTERS, ETC., OSWESTRY AND WREXHAM. It seems strange to our ideas of mediaeval usage to read of a priest's son recognised by the law, but the celibacy of the clergy was not the rule in England till after the 12th century. P., Wcston-under-Lyziard, Shifnal Bridgeman, Orlando, Esq., Coton Hill, Shrewsbury Broomhall, J., Esq., J. Of these the most recent, in the date of its founda- tion, is that now known as Holy Cross, though originally dedicated to S. This church, when afterwards connected to the abbey of S3. Parochially Aston Aer was, and still is, a member of Morville, but in early times it was a suthcieutly valuable piece of preferment to be coveted, and finally obtained by the Abbey of Shrewsbury, which appropriated the main part of the endowment. Nicholas for the garrison outside, and more than this, when we remember the considerable size of the parish attached to this Church outside the town, it seems at least probable that the Church was of earlier foundation than the Norman Castle, but came to be included within its walls when those walls embraced a larger area of fortification. Michael seems to have gone much out of repair in the 1 1th century, and soon afterwards its parochial bounds were broken up by a large portion being assigned to S, Julian's Church, some part to Battlefield, some to S. Mary's, from whence Owen and Blakeway are of opinion the whole originally came, (vi.) We come now to the fivo old parochial churches, the only churches in use in Shrewsbury sixty years ago. The south door, with its curious tympanum, and the arch of the chancel coincide with this date. Among the country people whocome only occasionally to the town I find that this superstition has not wholly died out. Chad's has indeed been since its foundation one of the chief churches of Shrewsbury there can be no doubt, but that it cannot have been the mother church is clear for the following reasons : — S. This was about a century before Shrewsbury passed out of the hands of the Welsh Princes into those of the Mercians, and we cannot place the foundation of S. Well, then, wus Shrewsbury at that time a Christian town or not? In the Cressett Chapel, now used as a vestry, is a mural brass to the memory of Richard Cressett and his wife, 1640. Chad's ; and the sexton who had custody of its key held the most profitable ollice of its kind in Shrews- bury. The arcade of the now destroyed north aisle is apparently of curly Kith century work.

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