Published December 23, 1999
by Boydell Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
Churchwardens' Accounts of Cratfield, December 2 black and white, 5 line illustrations pages x cm Suffolk Records Society ISBN: Published: At a time when England was divided by civil wars and local government was considered to be breaking down, the churchwardens of the Suffolk village of Cratfield continued to keep immaculate accounts, recording items such as the price of new bellropes and the costs of the soldiers sent from the village to fight for the Parlimentary cause. Cratfield: a transcript of the acconts of the parish, from A.D. to A.D. Item Preview. Churchwardens' accounts from the fourteenth century to the close of the seventeenth century Antiquary's books: Author: John Charles Cox: Publisher: Methuen, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Length: pages: Subjects: Christian antiquities Churchwardens' accounts: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
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The churchwardens' accounts provide evidence for such matters as repairs to vestments and books, the cost of candles, and payments to the various tradesmen employed. The later accounts also show the impact of the Reformation on the church, with the pulling down of the rood, destruction of the stone altar, and erasure of Thomas Becket's name. An innovative study of gift-giving, informal support and charity in England between the late sixteenth and early eighteenth centuries. Ilana Krausman Ben-Amos examines the adaptation and transformation of varied forms of informal help, challenging long-held views and assumptions about the decline of voluntary giving and personal obligations in the transition from medieval to modern times. The Loes and Wilford Poor Law Incorporation, Volume Number: From: £ Get this from a library! Cratfield: a transcript of the accounts of the parish, from A.D. to A.D. [William Holland; John James Raven; Cratfield (England)].