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CHARLES G. ADDISON, ESQ. The history of the Knights Templars, Temple Church, and the Temple


Sir John Froissart's Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the Ajoining Countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV in 12 volumes 

Chronicles of Enguerrand De Monstrelet (Sir John Froissart's Chronicles continuation) in 13 volumes 

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The history of the Knights Templars, Temple Church, and the Temple
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ΤΠΕ ΚΝ10ΠΤ8 TEHPLAnS, Upleden and Garwy, in Herefordshire. South Badeisley, in Hampshire. Getinges, in Worcestershire. Giselingham and Dunwich,in Suffolk* There were also several smaller administrations established, as before mentioned, for the management of the ferms and lands, and the collection of rent and tithes. Among these were Liddele and Quiely in the diocese of Chichester ; Eken in the diocese of Lincoln ; Adingdon, Wcsdall, Aupledina, Cotona, &c. The different preceptors of the Temple in England had under their management lands and property in every county of the realm.f In Leicestershire the Templars possessed the town and the soke of Rotheley ; the manors of Bolle, Babbegrave, Gaddesby, Stonesby, and Melton; Rothely wood, near Leicester; the villages of Beaumont, Baresby, Dalby, North and South Mardefeld, Saxby, Stonesby, and Waldon, with land in above eighty others ! They had also the churches of Rotheley, Babbegrave, and Bolle ; and the chapels of Gaddesby, Grimston, Wartnaby, Cawdwell, and \Vykeham.f In Hertfordshire they possessed the town and forest of Broxbourne, the manor of Chelsin Templars, (Chelsin Templariornm,) and the manors of Laugenok, Broxboume, Letehworth, and Temple Dynnesley ; demesne lands at Stanho, Preston, Charlton, Walden, Hiche, Chelles, Levecamp, and Benigho ; the church of Broxbonrne, two watermills, and a lock on the river Lea : also property at Hichen, Pyrton, Ickilford, Offeley Magna, Offeley Parva, Walden Regis, Furnivale, Ipolitz, Wandsmyll, * Dugi. Monast. Augi. vol. vi. part 2, p. 800 to 817. Concilia Magna; Britannia:, torn. iii. p. 333 to 382. Acta liymtri, torn. iii. p. 279, 288, 291, 205, tie. 1 Acta Ajffluri, torn. iii. p. 279, 21)3,291,297, &c. Î ΛκΛοίι' hist, of Leicestershire.

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