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Netley Abbey, Hampshire.

A. Hamilton Thompson

Netley Abbey, Hampshire.

by A. Hamilton Thompson

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Published by H.M.S.O. in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesAncient monuments and historic buildings
ContributionsGreat Britain. Ministry of Works.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20277212M

St Edward’s is our main parish church, where our main services, particularly on Sundays, are celebrated. Located on Grange Road, at the northern edge of the village, St Edward’s is an impressive victorian neo-gothic building, complete with a bell tower and flagpole! As well as being the Parish Church, St Edward’s hosts concerts and other events. chapter 2 - the hospitals at netley - "From , for the second time in its history, Netley Hospital became filled to capacity with the wounded from the war. During the First World War between and , casualties from many nations were treated.

By the s, there are a few villas and the Netley Abbey Hotel, recently built on behalf of Mr G Hunt, is on Abbey Hill as the village becomes popular as a picnic spot for the Victorians. There are two or possibly three half-decent roads. One comes from Woolston to the Netley Abbey Hotel; another runs from the Abbey to Netley Lodge. Netley Abbey, Hampshire, England. The abbey of Netley, Letley (Lœtus Locus), or Edwardstow (Loci Sancti Edwardi), dedicated to the honour of the Blessed Virgin and St. Edward the Confessor, was founded for Cistercian monks by Henry III. in It appears that Peter des Roches, Bishop of Winchester (), purchased the land of ' Hanseta ' and ' Cedrigia' from William, Bishop of Angers.

With its waterfront location Abbey Hall is popular with both regular hirers and for special events such as Weddings and Parties. It is also used by a variety of community groups, a playschool and the Netley Christian Fellowship. There are tables and seating for people, a large car park and it is situated along side a recreation ground with. Exit the M27 at Junction 8 and follow the signs for the Royal Victoria Country Park/Netley Abbey. Turn right at the end of Station Road onto Victoria Road. Netley Waterside House is located opposite Netley Abbey on Victoria Road. Please note, parking is available to guests free of charge.


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Abbey Hill, Netley, Hampshire, Netley Abbey 5FB. Before You Go. Standing close to Southampton Water, Netley is the most complete surviving abbey built by the Cistercian monks in southern England. Almost Netley Abbey the walls of its 13th century church still stand, together with many monastic buildings.

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The most complete surviving Cistercian monastery in southern England, with almost all the walls of its 13th-century church still standing, along with many monastic buildings. After the Location: 1 Abbey Hill, Netley, Southampton, SO31 5FB, Hampshire.

Netley Abbey is a ruined medieval monastery in the village of Netley near Southampton in Hampshire, England. The abbey was founded in as a house for monks of the austere Cistercian order. Despite being a royal abbey, Netley was never rich, produced no influential scholars or churchmen, and its nearly year history was : Mossflower.

“That the abbey conceals a mystery of a horrible nature I have no doubt.” —Richard Warner, Netley Abbey: A Gothic Story Emily Auerbach has persuasively observed that Northanger Abbey was the most autobiographical of Austen’s novels (70). 1 As the novel has as its central character a seventeen-year-old heroine, addicted to gothic novels, who leaves her quiet village to seek adventures.

Monastic life at Netley Abbey came to an abrupt end inwhen Henry VIII suppressed the lesser monasteries. This heralded a new phase for the abbey, however, when it was granted to Sir William Paulet as a reward for his loyal service to the king.

Paulet was the 1st Marquess of Winchester, a powerful political figure in Hampshire. Didn't even know the abbey existed until very recently, but now I do I will be a regular visitor. I went on a lovely warm day in May, walked from Netley station, it's about 15 minutes though I took longer to stop and watch the yachts floating past just opposite the abbey /5().

All Hampshire libraries are closed, and events cancelled, until further notice. Fees for overdue items are frozen. Station Road Netley Abbey Southampton SO31 5DT Get directions Keep in touch with Netley Library on Facebook - Hampshire Libraries; Twitter - Hampshire Libraries.

A church to which ½ hide belongs in alms. 8 slaves; a mill at 22s; meadow, acres. Value before £24; later £16; now £8 10s; however, it pays £12 10s at 20 (pence) to the ora.

On the 4 hides which are in the Forest dwelt 14 villagers and 6 smallholders with. Netley Abbey was founded by a small group of monks who were following the will of the Bishop of Winchester,Peter de Roches. He died in but he had made plans for the foundation of an abbey at Netley that was to be a daughter abbey to the great Beaulieu Abbey in the New Forest.

The story of Netley in Southampton – its hospital, its people and the secret history of the 20th-century. Now with a new afterword uncovering astonishing evidence of Netley's links with Porton Down & experiments with LSD in the s/5(29).

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Canvas Art Title: Illustration By George Cruikshank To Netley Abbey A Legend Of Hampshire. From The Book The Ingoldsby Legends Or Mirth And Marvels By Thomas Ingoldsby Published Canvas Size: x inches plus an additional inches of extra canvas on all 4 sides to allow for easy stretching and/or framingBrand: Posterazzi.

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Though we all originate from Netley and have many relations, now passed, sadly, who were in the RAMC (Royal Army Medical Corps) and others who worked there as civilians in the past, we learned /5().Netley Castle is a former artillery fort constructed in either or by Henry VIII in the village of Netley, formed part of the King's Device programme to protect against invasion from France and the Holy Roman Empire, and it defended Southampton Water near the castle included a central, stone keep with two flanking gun platforms and was garrisoned by ten : or