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Tames of Fairford.
Written in English
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The Tames Of Fairford Paperback – Ma by Henry F. Holt (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from hardcover_meta_binding "Please retry" $ $ — paperback_meta_binding "Please retry" $ $ — Hardcover $ 1 New from $Author: Henry F.
Holt. St Mary's Church is a Church of England church in Fairford, Gloucestershire, is notable for its complete set of 28 medieval stained-glass windows, one of the best-preserved in England.
Part of the tower dates from the early 15th century. The church was rebuilt at the end of the 15th century by John Tame (c–), a wealthy local wool merchant. This book tells the story of the Tames, Fairford, Gloucestershire's most famous family, who rose from humble yeoman farmers to wealthy wool merchants during the 15th and 16th centuries.
Well known as the benefactors of St Mary's church in Fairford and its magnificent stained glass windows, the Tames were one of the last of the great Cotswold Author: Chris Hobson.
Chris has been working on a book about the Tames. In the course of his remarkably thorough researches he has uncovered many new facts. Most notably the phrase in Leland asserting the Tames came out of the house of Stowell was shown to be a confusion and that John Tame’s forbears had actually lived in Fairford.
The main focus of the book is a detailed account of the men who died during the conflicts and are listed on Fairford’s war memorial; 34 named for the First World War and 12 for the Second World War.
The manor of Fairford was held by a succession of eminent Norman and Anglo-Norman families throughout the medieval period, including the de Clares, of whom the last male heir was killed at Bannockburn; the Despensers, whose fine chantry chapel is in Tewkesbury Abbey; and the Earls of Warwick.
From the estate reverted to the Crown. custody of the manor of Fairford in and the family held the manor, first in custody and then by lease, until Leland attributed Fairford’s late medieval prosperity to the Tames: ‘Fairford never flourished afore the cumming of the Tames onto it’.9 In June ,the second of two special visitations of Fairford church took place.
The Tames had the lease of the demesne of Fairford from the Crown in Untilwhen he died at the Battle of Barnet, Fairford had been part of. tame (tām) adj. tamer, tamest 1. Brought from wildness into a domesticated or tractable state. Naturally unafraid; not timid: "The sea otter is gentle and.
Fairford Chris Hobson - The Tames of Fairford, Cirencester and Rendcomb Tea John Lee, University of York - The Brasses in Fairford Church Nicola Coldsteam, British Archaeological Association - Late medieval merchants as patrons of. I believe there were two Sir Edmund Tames in succession, they being father and son.
I believe the elder Sir Edmund Tame, of Fairford, Gloucestershire, died inas per his brass. He was married twice. He appears to have been survived by a wife named Elizabeth, as indicated by the Chancery Proceeding item below dated The tomb of John Tame is in St Mary's church at Fairford.
More recent members of the 'Tame' family include Rachel de Thame, a presenter on the BBC's Gardeners' World, also responsible for decorating the Queens barge for use in the Queen's Diamond Anniversary celebration last year.
Rachel is one of a few still using the original 'de Thame. Holy. Lord. Tame by Colet Abedi is a great book, so full of tension, love and passion. The storyline is brilliantly developed. Everything about this book has the exact amount to make it impossibly perfect.
The story told inside the pages of this book is all-consuming, /5(60). History of Medieval Arabic and Western European domes (14, words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article the Latin, Greek and Islamic Worlds, C. to C.British Archaeological Association, pp.
–, ISBN Jones, Tom Devonshire. The Tames were rich merchants who poured money into the fabulous church at Fairford. No such largesse passed to Rendcomb however, and in the estate passed to Richard Berkeley of Stoke Gifford.
Queen Elizabeth I visited Rendcomb during the Berkeley tenure, but in general, the Berkeleys tended to dwell elsewhere and let the Rendcomb estate. The Tyne Oarsmen [Peter Dillon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
FIG. Plan, Church of Saint Mary, Fairford, U.K. (Plan: Janet Parkin) of the windows in the years around to the largess of the fabulously wealthy wool mer chants John and Edmund Tame. According to Leland, the family was responsible for the town's late 15th-century prosperity: "Fairford never florishid afore the cumming of the Tames 5.
Fairford. FAIRFORD, which grew up at a crossing of the river Coln 13 km. east of Cirencester, was a market town and borough by the 12th century.
The town, situated in an area of sheep-farming, prospered in the early 14th century and considerable growth followed a. Fairford is an attractive market town situated on the edge of the Cotswolds in the beautiful Coln Valley.
It is located within the Cotswold Water Park, offering a wide range of water and land-based activities and nationally recognised as an important conservation and wildlife study area. Book Description: Righter Publishing Company, PAP. Condition: New. New Book. Delivered from our UK warehouse in 4 to 14 business days.
THIS BOOK IS PRINTED ON DEMAND. Established seller since Seller Inventory # IQ Bookseller & Payment Information | More books from this seller | Contact this seller. I do not have proof of descent from Edmund Tame of Fairford, but I have. a couple of versions of "Uncle Bert's Book", notes copied by relatives.
from an original notebook compiled by somebody prior to In it, Uncle Bert (Albert Tame) states that the family descends from Sir Thomas.
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