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history of the Manor of Wilton and the parish of Bridstow, Herefordshire

R. A. Hart

history of the Manor of Wilton and the parish of Bridstow, Herefordshire

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Published by Ross-on-Wye and District Civic Society in Ross-on-Wye .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bridstow (England) -- History.,
  • Bridstow (England) -- Social life and customs.,
  • Wilton (Hereford and Worcester, England) -- History.,
  • Wilton (Hereford and Worcester, England) -- Social life and customs.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby R.A. Hart.
    SeriesPink publications -- no. 4
    ContributionsRoss-on-Wye and District Civic Society.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination29 p. :
    Number of Pages29
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15489906M
    ISBN 100952146037


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Bridstow is a village and civil parish in Herefordshire, England. The village lies 2 km ( miles) west of Ross-on-Wye and 17 km ( miles) south east of parish is bounded to the east and south by the River A40 road linking the M50 motorway to Herefordshire book Wales runs through the parish, crossing the Wye at Bridstow Bridge.

The parish had a population of in the UK y: England. Wilton Castle is a 12th-century Norman castle located in south-eastern Herefordshire, England on the River Wye adjacent to the town of castle is named after the manor associated with it.

This castle in Herefordshire, still standing mostly to battlement height, remains a monument to its former lords. The Longchamps of Wilton in their time provided Bailiffs of Normandy Condition: Still standing, mostly to battlement height.

Bridstow lies in Archenfield and was Lann San Freit (sometimes History of the Manor of Wilton and the parish of Bridstow San Bregit) before the arrival of the English in whose language the name means 'H oly place of St Bride'.

The Liber Llandavensis, the Book of Llandaff, records that inHerewald, bishop of Llandaff, appointed Guollguinn as priest here.

Bridstow Parish Council serves the two settlements of Bridstow and Wilton, 2km west history of the Manor of Wilton and the parish of Bridstow Ross-on-Wye and bounded to the east and south by the River Wye.

All of the Parish lies within the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and much of Wilton is within the Ross-on-Wye Conservation Area.

Bridstow, a village and a parish in Herefordshire, on the river Wye, 1½ mile W by N of Ross, which is the post town. Acreage of the civil parish, ; population, ; of the ecclesiastical, The parish also includes the hamlet of Wilton. history of the Manor of Wilton and the parish of Bridstow Wilton castle is a ruin with a modern residence within its walls.

Herefordshire book InJohn Marius Wilson's Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales described Bridstow like this. BRIDSTOW, a parish in Ross district, Hereford; on the River Wye, adjacent to the Monmouth and Hereford railway, 1 mile W by N of Town, Ross.

Acres, 2, Real property, £5, Pop., Houses, Wilton Castle here is an old seat of the Lords Grey de Wilton, burnt in the. History of Wilton Castle. Set Close to the River Wye in Wilton village near Ross on Wye, Wilton Castle itself dates back to the 12th century, whilst the adjoining manor house was built in the 15th century and was altered throughout the Norman, Tudor, Elizabethan, Georgian and Victorian periods.

The story of this manor is told in A History of the Manor of Wilton and the parish of Bridstow, Herefordshire by R A Hart, while that of the river crossing at Wilton is reported in A History of the River Crossing at Wilton-on-Wye by Heather Hurley, Both of these are published by the Ross-on-Wye and District Civic Society.

Wilton Bridge and Sundial (That Part in Bridstow Civil Parish) is a Grade I listed building in Wilton, County of Herefordshire, England. See why it was listed, view history of the Manor of Wilton and the parish of Bridstow on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of this building.

InHenry 1 set up 3 royal manors in Herefordshire, including the manor of Wilton. This included a number of surrounding villages such as Peterstow. Wilton Bridge was a major crossing of the River Wye and was protected by Wilton suffered significant damage during the English Civil bridge has been restored and strengthened and updated with history of the Manor of Wilton and the parish of Bridstow nial county: Herefordshire.

Bridstow: Wilton Castle. HER no.OS grid ref: SO Wilton means "the estate amongst the willows" (Bruce Coplestone-Crow, Herefordshire Place-Names, British Archaeological Reports British Series, p. 44) or "the estate of Willa". Bridstow castle appears to have been more of a castellated mansion than a military castle.

I Wilton Bridge and Sundial (That Part in Bridstow Civil Parish) Bridstow, County of Herefordshire, HR9 II Wilton Court Bridstow, County of Herefordshire, HR9 II Wilton Hall Bridstow, County of Herefordshire, HR9 II Wiltshire Monument About 40 Yards South of the. In the historic county of Herefordshire.

Modern Authority of Herefordshire. county of Hereford and Worcester. Medieval County of Herefordshire. OS Map Grid Reference: SO Latitude ° Longitude ° Wilton Castle, Bridstow has been described as a certain Timber Castle, and also as a certain Masonry Castle.

History. Not currently available for this entry. Details. This record has been generated from an "old county number" (OCN) scheduling record. These are monuments that were not reviewed under the Monuments Protection Programme and are some of our oldest designation records.

Collections Towards the History and Antiquities of the County of Hereford: Hundred of Wormelow (lower division), part Volume 7 of Collections Towards the History and Antiquities of the County of Hereford, Morgan George Watkins: Authors: John Duncumb, William Henry Cooke, Morgan George Watkins, John Hobson Matthews: Publisher: E.G.

Wright, InJohn Bartholomew's Gazetteer of the British Isles described Wilton like this. Wilton, hamlet, Herefordshire, on river Wye, 1 mile W. of Ross; P.O.; has remains of Wilton Castle, the residence of the Greys from time of Edward I.

till the great Civil War between Charles and the Parliament, when it was Wye is here crossed by Wilton Bridge, a 6-arched structure built in. A History of the Manor of Wilton and Parish of Bridstow by R A Hart History of the manor since Domesday Book - the Norman de Greys, The 18th century Brydes and the Earl of Chandos, up to the 15th century Baron died in ; Guys Hospital owned the estate from to Herefordshire Through Time.

Herefordshire Archaeology, is the county archaeological service maintained by Herefordshire Council. The service exists to assess, investigate, document, conserve and promote the archaeology and historic landscape of Herefordshire. aforesaid Ann his wife argent Bishop Bishop of Hereford Book of Llandaff Bridstow Catherine century chancel chapel Charles church churchyard Court Courtfield muniments daughter Davies died Dubricius Earl Collections Towards the History and Antiquities of the County of Hereford Volumes of Collections Towards the History and.

Ross-on-Wye (Rosse) first appears in recorded history as a manor held by the Bishops of Hereford. Long before that, there was an import crossing point on the River Wye at Wilton on the road from Gloucester to south Wales, and to Hereford.

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Richard Hart. Details. BRIDSTOW CP WILTON SO & 9/34 Ruins of Wilton Castle and house attached to south An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Herefordshire, Volume 1, South west Plate 2: Bridstow Wilton Castle. Page 2. An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Herefordshire, Volume 1, South west.

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PARISH AND CHURCH HISTORY. The parish is about five miles SSE of Hereford City and was remarkable for its wooded hills, especially Aconbury Hill anciently called Caer Rein.

On its summit is an entrenchment said to be the remains of a Roman camp. During the Civil War a large Scottish Army encamped there and on Dinedor.

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Bridstow is a parish that lies entirely on the north and west of the river Wye with two small detached portions further west. Wilton castle, the occasional residence of the lord of the manor of Wilton on Wye, commanded a still-important Wye crossing at Wilton bridge.

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Middlewood. Bridget, Bridstow Location: Bridstow Dedication: St Bridget Grid Ref: SO Postcode: HR9 6QD (Opens in Google Maps) Listing: II* (Details of listing). Bredenbury or Bridenbury, a parish in Herefordshire, 3 miles WNW of Bromyard.

It has a post, money order, and telegraph office under Worcester. Acreage, ; population of the civil parish, ; of the ecclesiastical, with Wacton, Bredenbury Court is the seat of the lord of the on: Bredenbury, Herefordshire.

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