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Through an English Forest

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BEECHER/DABRIDGECOURT LINE

Susan D'abridgecourt married Phane Beecher in 1572.  They were approx. 9 or 10th great grandparents. Their great granddaughter  Susanna, sister of Col.Thomas Beecher, married Willliam Field, Mayor of…Continue

Started by LORRAINE Dec 6, 2015.

D'ABRIDGECOURT /DE SAYE LINEAGE

Sir Sanchet Dampredicourt  Knight Garter....Sir John D'abridgecourt married dtr Sir Rich Bromhall............SIR NICHOLAS D'ABRIDGECOURT married ELIZABETH DE SAYE of STRATHFIELDSAYE.........Thomas…Continue

Started by LORRAINE Dec 3, 2015.

Introductions 3 Replies

My name is Madehlinne and I've long had a fascination with Medieval England.  It's only been recently that I've discovered I actually have several family lines that reach back into those…Continue

Started by Madehlinne. Last reply by Madehlinne Dec 3, 2015.

Gilbert Crispin de Brionne 2 Replies

Gilbert [Gislebert] was "surnamed Crispin [for his tightly curled hair], earl of Brionne, in Normandy." He succeeded his father at Brionne as well as at Eu. However, after the death of his father,…Continue

Tags: Baldwin, Meules, Robert, Gace, Clare

Started by Madehlinne. Last reply by Blain James Mercer May 23, 2013.

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Comment by James P. LaLone on February 9, 2016 at 8:18am

The text of the Dictionary of Medieval Latin from British Sources has been made available under license to the Logeion project hosted by the University of Chicago and is now accessible via the Logeion interface at http://logeion.uchicago.edu/.

The Logeion interface, which does not require a subscription of any kind, allows searching of all its many dictionaries by headword. ....

More on: https://dmlbs.wordpress.com/2016/02/08/logeion/

Comment by James P. LaLone on January 5, 2016 at 11:35am

FYI -

37th Annual Medieval and Renaissance Forum
Keene State College
Keene, NH, USA
Friday and Saturday April 15-16, 2016

Call for Papers and Sessions
"The Local and the Global in the Middle Ages"
Keynote speaker: Suzanne Conklin Akbari, University of Toronto

We are delighted to announce that the 37th Medieval and Renaissance Forum will take place on April 15 and 16, 2016 at Keene State College in Keene, New Hampshire.  This year's keynote speaker is Suzanne Conklin Akbari, Professor of English and Medieval Studies at the University of Toronto.  Her research focuses on intellectual history and philosophy, ranging from neo-Platonism and science in the twelfth century to national identity and religious conflict in the fifteenth. Akbari's books include Seeing Through the Veil (on optics and allegory), her important and influential study on images of Islam and Muslims in medieval Europe (Idols in the East), and a book on Marco Polo.  She is currently at work on Small Change: Metaphor and Metamorphosis in Chaucer and Christine de Pizan.

We welcome abstracts (one page or less) or panel proposals on all medieval and Renaissance topics from all fields and on the reception of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

Students, faculty, and independent scholars are welcome. Please indicate your status (undergraduate, graduate, or faculty), affiliation (if relevant), and full contact information (address and e-mail address), on your proposal.

Undergraduate sessions are welcome but require faculty sponsorship.

Please submit abstracts, audio/visual needs, and full contact information to Dr. Meriem Pagès, Director. For more information please e-mail mpages@keene.edu.

Abstract deadline: Friday January 15, 2016

Presenters and early registration: March 15, 2016

Comment by James P. LaLone on June 6, 2014 at 9:14am

Has anyone else read DOWN THE COMMON: A NOVEL, by Ann Baer? It is about everyday life in rural medieval England. Very interesting even if a little gloomy.

Comment by Sheri Putnam-Cline on April 9, 2013 at 11:23am

Greetings. I'm Sheri Putnam. I have been able to trace my direct family tree Puttenham-Putnam back to Anachitil  who was born in Normandy and in 1066 was a companion of William the Conqueror at the Battle of Hastings. Anachitil' son, Roger was a tenant recorded as holder of the lands of Puttenham, England in 1088. He was an overlord and holder of the lands for Odo the Bishop of Bayeaux.

Comment by Susi (Susan C Jones) Pentico on March 1, 2013 at 7:55pm

Wow Like what I see will share with others ok?

 

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