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Notes on the Churches of Derbyshire (Volume 1) [Tapa blanda]

John Charles Cox

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1875. Excerpt: ... T the time of the Domesday Survey NewbolJ formed part of the demesne of the Crown. It was a manor of considerable extent, and comprised within its limits six hamlets--Whittington, Brimington. Tapton, Boythorpe, Eckington, and Chesterfield. The ancient chapel at Newbold may probably have been, at one time in its history, strange as it may now seem, the mother church of Chesterfield. Though no mention is made of a church at Chesterfield in the Domesday Book, one must have been erected there almost immediately on the conclusion of that survey, for William Rufus, who died in the year 1100, gave the church of Chesterfield, together with its chapels, to the Dean and Chapter of Lincoln. This gift was probably made, as was often the case, at the time of the church's erection. The Rev. George Hall, in compiling his History of Chesterfield, published in 1823, made the singular mistake of asserting that "in Domesday Book it is said Matthew Hathersage gave six acres of land in Newbold-fiold to the church at Chesterfield, on the day of dedication, in the year 1288." As the Domesday Survey had been completed about a century and a half before that date, the strange blunder is at once detected, and would have been hardly worth notice, had not Glover, in his History of Derbyshire, published ten years later, slavishly copied it. A strange bungle has arisen over the question of the original date of the dedication of Chesterfield church, for Dr. Pegge, one of the most careful of antiquaries, led us astray by stating in his History of Beauchief Abbey, on the authority of the Chartulary at Lincoln, that it was dedicated in the year 1234. But when Ford's local history was published in 1839, a copy of the original receipt concerning these six acres of land was published in a not...

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