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ancient parish of Habenai (Abney)

Tom D. Tomlinson

ancient parish of Habenai (Abney)

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Published by (Hathersage Parochial Church Council) in (Hathersage) ((The Vicarage, Hathersage, Sheffield S30 1AB)) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Abney (Derbyshire) -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    Statementby Tom Tomlinson.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA690.A1/
    The Physical Object
    Pagination12p. :
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20568308M


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Division of Property at the Time of the Domesday Survey. When the Domesday Survey was taken, the King held twenty—one manors in this county in demesne; and one other was held under the crown, the Bishop of Chester had two; the Abbot and convent of Buxton six; Roger de Poictou four; one manor was held under him; Henry de Ferrars, ancestor of the Earls of Derby.

The population at the Census is listed under Hartington Middle Parish. It sits 1, feet ( m) above sea level. The farms surrounding the village were medieval monastic granges in the care of the monks of Basingwerk Abbey. The village church, dedicated to St Michael, was built in on the site of an ancient chapel.

The same is no parish church, but within the parish church of Brampton, which is a wide and large parish, and have above houselyng people by estimation. The same is not wyde and hath a mansion house prised in the rental at 6s.

8d., by year. 4 Edward III. The settlement was mentioned as 'Habenai' in the Domesday book, so it is very ancient and probably hasn't got much bigger since those times. On the road down to Hathersage lies Highlow Hall, an Elizabethan manor house and the seat of one of the branches of the Eyre family.

The ancient name of the village of Abney in Derbyshire, was Habenai which was the land of William Peverel at the time of Domesday. Thus the name of the village is prior to the arrival of the surname of Albini in England.

> married De Ingwardby and gained the estate of Willesley I am > concluding that they came from gentry (at least minor gentry). The ancient name of the village of Abney in Derbyshire, was Habenai which was the land of William Peverel at the time of Domesday.

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The parish includes the villages of Auckley and Hayfield Green. miles ( km) -> SouthWest Wikipedia Category - Uk Place; Bootham.

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