William Overton and glassmaking in Buriton

an account of the sixteenth century glasshouse excavated in Ditcham Woods
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Glass manufacture -- England -- Buriton Region (Hampshire) -- History., Ditcham Woods Site (Hampshire), Buriton Region (Hampshire) -- Antiqu
Statementby Russell Fox and Elizabeth Lewis.
SeriesPetersfield monographs -- no.1
ContributionsLewis, Elizabeth
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA690B94 F6 1982
The Physical Object
Pagination15 [3] p., [2] leaves of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18835861M

Overton was interested in increasing the income of his diocese, which had been affected by the price revolution, but he had little success in improving the overall finances. Further reading. Russell Fox (), William Overton and Glassmaking in Buriton; References.

Russell Fox (), William Overton and Glassmaking in Buriton; References ^ Concise Dictionary of National Biography ^ "Bishops | British History Online". Retrieved 13 May ^ [dead link] ^ "Holy Trinity Church, Eccleshall". 3 December Retrieved. OVERTON, WILLIAM (?–), bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, born in London between andis said to have been of the same family as Robert Overton [q.

v.], the major-general, and to have owed his early education to Glastonbury Abbey; it is certain that he was elected to a demyship at Magdalen College, Oxford, inand that he became perpetual fellow of the college in. Bishop William Overton () was probably responsible, infor bringing two glass making families from Lorraine, Tyzack and Henzey to Bishop’s Wood near Eccleshall to set up glass en: Rev.

Valentine Overton, Archdeac, John Overton. No.1 William Overton and glassmaking in Buriton book Fox, R.; Lewis, E.

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Issue 4 () 44 pp. Issue 5 () 40 pp. Issue 6. Palmer, Arlene M., "Aspects of Glassmaking in Eighteenth-Century America", Annales of the 8th Congress of the AIHV, Palmer, Arlene M., "A Philadelphia Glasshouse ", Corning Journal of Glass Studies,p. Bishop William Overton (–) was probably responsible, infor bringing two glass making families from Lorraine, Tyzack and Henzey to Bishops Wood near Eccleshall to set up glass production.

Manufacturing ceased aroundhowever, the site of one glass furnace has been excavated in recent times and is preserved and can be seen. The bishop was William Overton from to and during his period of office he lived at his palace at Eccleshall.

From until he became bishop, he had been the treasurer of Chichester Cathedral and Rector of Balcombe in Sussex and as such would have become acquainted with. Bishop William Overton (–) was probably responsible, infor bringing two glass making families from Lorraine, Tyzack and Henzey to Bishops Wood near Eccleshall to set up glass production.

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More. An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting. Eccleshall became important as a market town for the surrounding area. In it was granted the right to hold a weekly market. Around the beginning of the 13th century the village had become a town with the granting of ‘Borough’ status and by had obtained a charter to hold an annual fair at Ascensiontide.

Eccleshall is a town and civil parish in the Stafford district, in the county of Staffordshire, is located seven miles north west of Stafford, and six miles west of hall is twinned with Sancerre in France. Contact. If you have any comments to make about Business History Explorer - including suggestions for additional entries and correction of errors, please contact us.

Simeon Ashe was, for a time, chaplain at the Castle, and visitors included William Overton and John Ball of Madeley. Hughes, Politics, Society and Civil War, p Brooke was killed by Sir Richard Dyott's brother at the siege of Lichfield, in SRO, Q/SR.

M, f; Hampartumian, 'Staffs. Recusants', p All B/VI1/ For the district of the City of Sheffield, see Ecclesall Eccleshall is a town in Staffordshire, England. It is located seven miles north west of Stafford, and six miles west of Stone. Eccleshall is twinned with Sancerre in France.

According to the Domesday book, Eccleshall in was no more than a small village of about one hundred inhabitants and a few fragments of stone at the base of the. Abstracts of wills in the Prerogative court of Canterbury. Bishop William Overton (–) was probably responsible, infor bringing two glass making families from Lorraine, Tyzack and Henzey to Bishop's Wood near Eccleshall to set up glass production.

Manufacturing ceased aroundhowever, the site of one glass furnace has been excavated in recent times and is preserved and can be seen. William Feckingham, formerly a monk of Westminster Abbey, was ordained priest by Bishop Bonner at the Abbey on 5 June (Cf.

Justin McCann, Amp/eJorth and its origins, (), pp. 73, 77, ). William Overton (bishop) ( words) exact match in snippet view article glassmaking in Staffordshire, importing artisans of French origin and supplying firewood from the episcopal estates.

The glassworks he established near Eccleshall. Domesday Book the Norman-French is in Cilcestre, 47 The name of the place probably pronounced by scribe Celcestre, a name also implying a Chester, or fortification in a wood.

Its name spelt Cilchestre occurs in official records as late as the fourteenth century.* Silchester remains is the most remarkable of all the Roman Hampshire. In June the castle was besieged by Sir William Brereton and his Parliamentary forces encamped around the church. Their guns caused considerable damage to the walls but the castle held out.

When the Parliamentary forces finally took the castle on August 30th they found that the Bishop had died of a heart attack during the siege and most of.

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Before Curteys was appointed, Overton wrote, in effect, to warn Sir William Cecil against Curteys, who was at that time the dean. Overton remained the focus of the anti-Curteys faction In a sermon preached at the East Grinstead assizes in either or Overton warned his hearers to resolve the current discords in religion and politics.