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history of Wimborne Minster and district.

Arthur Lindsay Clegg

history of Wimborne Minster and district.

by Arthur Lindsay Clegg

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Published by Outspoken P .
Written in English


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Pagination220p.,ill.,23cm
Number of Pages220
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Wimborne Minster (often referred to locally as Wimborne) is a market town in the East Dorset district of Dorset in South West England, and the name of the Church of England church in that town. The central town has a population of 6, (according to the Census) and is situated at the confluence of the River Stour and River Allen, five. History of Senior Living. Jeff Hoyt, Editor in Chief. Learn More About Our Experts. This section of Senior Living is a comprehensive overview of how our long term care system has evolved by examining the events and decisions that changed the way that we have .


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History of Wimborne Minster and district by Arthur Lindsay Clegg Download PDF EPUB FB2

History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Clegg, Arthur Lindsay. History of Wimborne Minster and district. Bournemouth: Outspoken Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Arthur Lindsay Clegg.

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PATRICIA COULSTOCK. Historical Description. Wimborne Minster, a town and a parish in Dorsetshire. The town stands at the confluence of the rivers Allen and Stour, with a station on the L. & S.W.R., miles from London, and 6 N of Poole, and a post, money order, and telegraph office.

It is supposed to occupy the site of a Roman winter-station, was known to the Saxons as Winburnhamynstre, was taken in by Edward the. A Brief History of the Minster From whichever direction Wimborne is approached the two great towers of the Minster can be seen.

Most of the building dates to the 12th century, although it was restored substantially by the Victorians. The Minster is dedicated to St Cuthburga, sister of Ina King of Wessex. Wimborne first appears as a Minster in The nunnery was sacked and destroyed by invading Danes inbut in Edward the Confessor founded a college of secular canons on the site.

The collegiate building has not survived, but some of the fabric of the late Saxon church (i.e. the Minster) is preserved in the transepts and crossing. Wimborne Minster, known locally as the Minster, is the parish church of Wimborne, Dorset, England.

The Minster has existed for over years and is recognised for its unusual chained library. The Minster is a former monastery and Benedictine nunnery, and King Æthelred of Wessex is buried there. Wimborne Minster (often referred to as Wimborne, / ˈ w ɪ m b ɔːr n /) is a market town in Dorset in South West England, and the name of the Church of England church in that town.

According to Office for National Statistics data the population of the Wimborne Minster built-up area as of is estimated as 15, inhabitants and is situated at the confluence of the River Stour and River.

The History of the Town InJohn Marius Wilson’s Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales described Wimborne Minster like this: WIMBORNE-MINSTER, a town and a parish in Wimborne district.

Name Unit Type Source; WIMBORNE Poor Law Union/Reg. District (PLU/RegD) F. Youngs, Local Administrative Units: Southern England (London: Royal Historical Society, ), p. Registration sub-District Census of England and Wales, Table 5, 'Registration Counties, Districts and Sub-districts with their constituent civil parishes.

Parish History [edit | edit source]. WIMBORNE MINSTER, a town and a parish in Wimborne district, Dorset. The town stands at the confluence of the Rivers Allen and Stour, adjacent to the Somerset and Dorset railway, 6 miles N of Poole.

The Wimborne Minster chained library houses some important historical texts such as a manuscript written on lambskin ina book bound for the Court of Henry VIII, an incunabulum printed in on the works of Saint Anselm and a Paraphrase of Erasmus printed.

The collection consists chiefly of books left to the minster by will of the Rev. William Stone, Principal of New Inn Hall, Oxford, a native of Wimborne. They were brought from Oxford inunder the care of the Rev. Richard Lloyd, at that time Master of the Grammar School at Wimborne.

The population falling within the Wimborne Union at the census had been 7, with its parishes ranging in size from Hinton Parva (population 36) to Wimborne Minster (4,). The average annual poor-rate expenditure for the period had been £4, or 12s.4d. per head of the population.

Wimborne and Cranborne Union. In Wimborne Minster you are never more than a stone’s throw from Dorset’s stunning countryside. Set between two rivers, the town is perfectly placed for riverside walks or you can pack your panniers and take to two wheels on a leisurely cycle ride, a range of activities offer wonderful opportunities to experience the great outdoors.

Wimborne Minster. Extract from. J G Harrod's & Co Postal & Commercial Directory Wimborne, or Wimborne Minster, a parish, market town, and railway station, in the division of East Shaston and hundred of Badbury, diocese of Salisbury, archdeaconry of Dorset, and deanery of Wimborne, distant miles from London, 22 E by N from Dorchester, 10 SE from Blandford, 6N from Poole, situated on.

The village stands on the river Stour, near the S.W.R., 2 miles E of Wimborne-Minster. The parish contains also the village of Little Canford, and the tithings of Kinson, Longfleet, and Parkstone, extends southward to Poole harbour, and includes part of Poole borough.

It has a post, money order, and telegraph office under Wimborne. Open The Book. A group from the Minster and other local churches has trained in storytelling with Open the Book. This is a scheme where volunteers visit primary and first schools regularly to tell Bible stories in assembly, using drama, mime, props, costume – and even the children and staff themselves!.

The chained library in Wimborne Minster by William A Tandy (Book); Wimborne minster: the history of a country town by Jude James (Book); Guide to Wimborne Minster: its monuments and curiosities by G. F Score (Book).Just escaping the clutches of the south coast conurbation, Wimborne Minster is an attractive market town, dominated by the twin towers of the Norman Minster church.

Its history dates back to the 8th century and it is recorded in the Domesday Book as a small market town. The current population is around 15 thousand.Wimborne Minster The historic market town of Wimborne Minster lies between the rivers Stour and Allen, in an area that has been settled since prehistoric times.

There was a Roman settlement here, but the real period of growth did not begin until the early 8th century, when Cuthburga, sister of King Ina, founded a Benedictine nunnery at Wimborne.