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Michael Honywood, Dean of Lincoln (1660-81)
James Herbert Srawley
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Get this from a library. Michael Honywood, Dean of Lincoln (): a story of the English Church in critical times. [J H Srawley]. Michael Honywood (—) dean of Lincoln Find a library Select a Library (area code) design Honywood, Michael (–), dean of Lincoln From The Oxford Companion to the Book in Oxford Reference.
Subjects: Bibliography. HONYWOOD, MICHAEL, D.D. (–), dean of Lincoln, born inwas sixth son and ninth child of Robert Honywood, esq., of Dean of Lincoln book, Kent, and of Marks Hall, Essex, by his second wife, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Thomas Browne of Betchworth Castle, Surrey.
The Dean of Lincoln is the head of the Chapter of Lincoln Cathedral in the city of Lincoln, England in the Church of England Diocese of Lincoln.
Christine Wilson was installed as Dean on 22 October View the profiles of people named Dean Lincoln. Join Facebook to connect with Dean Lincoln and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to. This book details her extraordinary life and that of those around her.
Honywood Press is named in honour of Michael Honywood (Dean of Lincoln, ) whose notable benefactions to the Cathedral included both the building of the Wren Library and much of the unique collection of rare books and manuscripts that it houses.
Her grandson, Dr. Michael Honywood [q.v.], dean of Lincoln, was accustomed to tell of his having been present at a banquet given by her to her descendants, two hundred of whom sat down to table.
She was also noted for her piety, but in her declining years fell into deep despondency. Looking for books by Michael Dean. See all books authored by Michael Dean, including Real Men Don't Text: A New Approach to Dating, and Memoirs of a Geisha, and more on 1 Michael Honywood, D.D.
became Dean of Lincoln inand died ineet, See in his epitaph in Lincoln minster, commencing " Michael Hony wood, S.T.P. celeberrimFile Size: 1MB. Michael Honywood was made Dean of Lincoln at the Restoration of the Monarchy inwith the huge task of repairing the fabric of the cathedral, ravaged by the Parliamentarian soldiers during the Civil War.
General repairs took him untilwhen he was finally able to begin his cherished project of providing a new library building with £ of his own money on the site of the ruined. Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical: exhibited to the ministers, church-wardens, and side-men of every peculiar or prebendal parish church belonging to the cathedral church of the Blessed Virgin St.
Mary of Lincoln, in the triennial visitation of the Right Worshipfull Michael Honywood, Doctor in Divinity, dean of the said cathedral church.
Her grandson Dr. Michael Honywood, Dean of Lincoln, recalled a banquet given by her for her descendants, two hundred of whom were present." _____ Dictionary of National Biography,Volume 27; Honywood, Mary by Edmund Venables; HONYWOOD, MARY (–), daughter and coheiress of Robert Waters, esq., of Lenham, Kent, was born at.
The king appointed a new Dean, Michael Honywood, to oversee the restoration of the cathedral to its former glory. Dean Honywood was a learned man who had an extensive catalogue of precious books. He seized this opportunity to build a new library for his book collection in a part of the cathedral that had sustained severe damage during the Civil.
There was certainly a collection of books at Lincoln Cathedral in the twelfth century, and its origins were perhaps earlier still; but little interest seems to have been taken in building up the library until the second half of the seventeenth century, with the appointment in of the bibliophile Michael Honywood, a Fellow of Christ's College, Cambridge, as Dean.
There was certainly a collection of books at Lincoln Cathedral in the twelfth century, and its origins were perhaps earlier still; but little interest seems to have been taken in building up the library until the second half of the seventeenth century, with the appointment in of the bibliophile Michael Honywood, a Fellow of Christ's College, Cambridge, as : Paperback.
Michael Dean is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Michael Dean and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the. Honywood made repairs until and he was finally able to begin to provide Lincoln Cathedral with a new library building with £ of his own money.
The timber framed building is furnished with oak reading-desks and was rebuilt in the 17th century by Michael Honywood, who donated his personal book collection to form the basis of today’s. Product Information. There was certainly a collection of books at Lincoln Cathedral in the twelfth century, and its origins were perhaps earlier still; but little interest seems to have been taken in building up the library until the second half of the seventeenth century, with the appointment in of the bibliophile Michael Honywood, a Fellow of Christ's College, Cambridge, as Dean.
Srawley, J. H.: Michael Honywood, Dean of Lincoln LMP 1st series no 5 Srawley, J. H.: The book of John de Schalby LMP 1st series no 2 Srawley, J.
H.: The origin and growth of cathedral foundations LMP no 1 Srawley, J. Robert Grossteste, bishop. Michael Honywood, Dean of Lincoln from torebuilt the ruined north cloister as a library.
A passionate book collector, he gave his personal library of some volumes to the Cathedral. He chose Sir Christopher Wren as the architect, Britain’s most renowned architect – The result is, said to be the most beautiful room in England.
Michael Dean has 93 books on Goodreads with ratings. Michael Dean’s most popular book is The surrounding inscription records the foundation of the cathedral by Remigius in the yearand the restitution of the tomb-slab in On the opposite side, at the end of the aisle wall, is a marble tablet in memory of Michael Honywood (b.
d. )(, who was .the manuscript to Michael Honywood, the Dean of Lincoln Cathedral from towho was responsible for the re-establishment of the library after the Commonwealth.2 I should like to offer, briefly, a somewhat emended version of Owen's conjecture, the evidence for which would seem to permit a less tentative assertion.