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It is both a Royal Peculiar, a church under the direct jurisdiction of the monarch, and the Chapel of the Order of the Garter. Seating approximately , it is located in the Lower Ward of the castle.
St George's castle chapel was established in the 14th century by King Edward III and began extensive enlargement in the late 15th century. It has been the location of many royal ceremonies, weddings and burials. The day-to-day running of the Chapel is the responsibility of the Dean and Canons of Windsor who make up the religious College of St George, which is directed by a Chapter of the Dean and four Canons, assisted by a Clerk, Virger traditional spelling of verger and other staff.
The Society of the Friends of St George's and Descendants of the Knights of the Garter, a registered charity, was established in to assist the College in. The parish includes the hamlet of Lower Radley on the River Thames.
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The village is home to Radley College, a famous boarding independent school for boys from the age of thirteen. The present south aisle dates from the 14th century but the chancel, nave and bell tower were rebuilt in the 15th century. Sir Peter Vanlore c. About , he moved to England. He built and lived in a mansion at Calcot Park, which replaced the original manor house of Tilehurst.
He was naturalised in He died at his home on 6 September and was buried in an elaborate tomb in the Ladychapel, St Michael's, Tilehurst.
Cotton weaving mill This list of mills in Bolton lists textile factories which existed at one time or another in the Borough of Bolton, Greater Manchester, England. From the Industrial Revolution until the 20th century, Bolton was a major centre of textile manufacture, particularly cotton spinning. During this period, Bolton was dominated by large rectangular brick-built factories, many of which still remain today as warehouses or converted for residential or retail use.
In there were cotton mills in the borough and in a study revealed that had survived in some form. The great majority of the premises listed represent spinning mills, the remainder weaving sheds.
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The Census recorded the parish's population as 2, Wootton was united in a single benefice with St. Buscot was part of Berkshire until the boundary changes transferred it to Oxfordshire. Amenities and sights Many of the properties are owned by the National Trust and let to long-term residents, some of whom work the farms surrounding the village. There is a village hall, tea shop and adjacent car park, and a children's playground. In the parish, Buscot Park houses the notable Faringdon Collection of paintings, an Italian water garden, and a walled vegetable garden and fruit orchards.
It still contains Stucley's collection of contemporary paintings acquired in the s and s. Blewbury is a village and civil parish at the foot of the Berkshire Downs section of the North Wessex Downs about 4 miles 6. The Census recorded the parish's population as 1, Some springs feed a small lake called the Watercress Beds, where watercress used to be grown. From here and elsewhere tributaries feed the Mill Brook which carries the water to the Thames at Wallingford.
The A road runs along below the escarpment above the springs and through the south of the village. The blewbury citizens are often called Blewbarians. Prehistory Blewburton Fort The southern part of the parish is chalk downland and includes a number of prehistoric sites. The Ridgeway is an ancient trackway that passes just south of the parish.
Jacopo Bonfadio c.
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Born in Garda, he was educated at Verona and Padua. Beginning in , he worked as secretary for various members of the clergy in Rome and Naples.
In , he gained employment in Padua with the son of Cardinal-humanist Pietro Bembo. While working for Bembo's son, he met and became friends with notable humanists of the time and was a contemporary of Annibal Caro.
He also gained fame from his poetry, which earned him an invitation to teach philosophy at the University of Genoa in While there, he was commissioned to write a history of the Republic of Genoa since In , Bonfadio, among others, coined the term una terza natura, meaning 'nature improved by art', and subsequently, many designers utilized the concept. Large-scale views of the Medici villas, the grand vistas of Louis XIV, and the planning of 16th-century and later English country houses show how this idea was incorporated.
Steventon is a village and civil parish in Oxfordshire, England, about 4 miles 6. The Census recorded the parish population as 1, It was an alien priory, controlled by the Benedictine Bec Abbey in Normandy. It was part of Berkshire, England, until the boundary changes transferred it to Oxfordshire.
It is contiguous with Southmoor village to the west and about 1 mile 1. History The toponym Kingston Bagpuize is derived from the village's original name Kingston plus the surname of Ralph de Bachepuz, a Norman nobleman from Bacquepuis in Normandy who aided William of Normandy in the Norman conquest of England in Coleshill was part of Berkshire until the boundary changes transferred it to Oxfordshire.
The village is beside the River Cole, which forms both the western boundary of the parish and also the county boundary with Wiltshire. The village is on the B road that links the two towns.