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history of the ancient parish of Waltham Abbey or Holy Cross.
Waltham Abbey is a suburban market town within the Epping Forest District of Essex in England, with a population of ab It is located 15 miles north-northeast of central London, and is in the Greater London Urban Area. It is on the Greenwich Meridian, between the River Lea in the west and Epping Forest in the east. The town is situated immediately north of the London Borough of. Waltham Abbey takes its name from the Abbey Church of Waltham Holy Cross, a scheduled ancient monument that was prominent in the town's early history. The town is within the large civil parish of Waltham Abbey which was known as Waltham Holy Cross until The parish has a town council and is twinned with the German town of Hörstel.
Waltham Abbey is a suburban market town in the Epping Forest District of Essex, the metropolitan area of London, and the Greater London Urban Area. It has a population of ab Lying on the outskirts of North East London, it is located 14 miles from central London. It is on the Greenwich Mer. After much searching, the break came through reading an old account of historic Waltham Abbey, called, ‘The History of the Ancient Parish of Waltham Abbey, or Holy Cross,‘ by W writes about an incident which occurred during one of the many visits to Waltham made by Edward I and his beloved queen, Eleanor. The story goes that during Easter, the king and queen were visiting .
Search the Parish Registers of Waltham Holy Cross on The database is a collection of historical parish and probate registers from various counties of England dating from the early s to the mid- to lates. "Waltham In Wartime" is the last collaborative book by Raymond Sears and Jonathan Foster. The bulk of the text had been done by Ray before his passing last year. Reflections of the Past celebrates through old photographs the social history of Waltham Abbey, a small and proud west Essex market town.
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Waltham Abbey lies on a road that runs through the centre of the parish, westwards over the river to Waltham Cross and Cheshunt, and eastwards, crossing the north to south road ¼ mile east of the town, and continuing to the 'Wake Arms' in the centre of Epping Forest, where it joins roads running east to Theydon Bois, north-east to Epping.
Excerpt from The History of the Ancient Parish of Waltham Abbey, or Holy Cross Incumbent and the first Vicar of the parish. By an Act passed some time ago called The District Church Amendment Act, the ecclesiastical living of Waltham became a Vicarage in August, /5(1).
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Waltham became a place of pilgrimage during the medieval period, bringing prosperity to the town, due to its miraculous ‘Holy Cross’. The crucifix, made of black stone that ‘bled’ when jewellery was attached, arrived in around after being discovered at Tovig’s estate in Somerset.
History of Waltham Abbey >> White's Directory White's Directory of Essex WALTHAM-ABBEY, or WALTHAM HOLY CROSS, is a small ancient market town, on the east side of the river Lea, about a mile East of Waltham Cross Station on the North-Eastern Railway, in Hertfordshire, on the opposite side of the vale; and 12 miles North by East of.
The Abbot of Waltham's prison, mentioned inwas presumably at Waltham Holy Cross, and there are references to the gaol there on many later occasions up to the 15th century. (fn. ) The lord of the manor was responsible for maintaining the market house and market place (fn.
) and was often presented at his own court for failing to do so. The parish of Waltham Abbey, its history and antiquities. The history of the ancient parish of Waltham Abbey, or, Holy Cross.
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by Focus Maps |. Historical description. Waltham Cross, an ecclesiastical parish, with a large village, in the civil parish of Cheshunt, Herts, on the G.E.R., on which it has two stations-viz., Waltham Cross and Theobald's Grove, the former on the main line about 1½ mile S of Cheshunt, the latter on the Cheshunt and Edmonton branch about 1 mile to the SW.
THE LEGEND OF THE HOLY CROSS OF WALTHAM The story of the foundation and early history of Waltham is told in the manuscript De Inventione Sanctœ Crucis Nostrœ written by one of the canons in the twelfth century.
In a miraculous black marble crucifix or holy rood was discovered by the village blacksmith, after. The roots of Waltham Abbey's historic church go back deep into the Saxon period, to the year AD, when King Sabert of the East Saxons founded a minster in the centre of his royal hunting park of Waltham.
Sabert's people reverted to paganism after his death in AD, but when Offa of Mercia took. Waltham Abbey takes its name from the Abbey Church of Waltham Holy Cross, a scheduled ancient monument that was prominent in the town's early history.
The town is within the large civil parish of Waltham Abbey which was known as Waltham Holy Cross until The parish has a town council and is twinned with the German town of parish: Waltham Abbey.
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Darby. The name of the ancient parish as a whole is Waltham Holy Cross, but the use of the name Waltham Abbey for the town seems to have originated in the 16th century.
Waltham Abbey is one of those towns whose history is interwoven with that of its most important building, the Abbey itself. A potted history of Waltham Abbey - by Lawrence Greenall.
Waltham Abbey pub history index. The *civil* township of Waltham Abbey, along with the hamlets of Upshire, Sewardstone and Holyfield, were all once contained within the *ecclesiastical* parish of Waltham Holy Cross.The Abbey of Waltham Holy Cross stood in Essex, some ten miles to the northeast of London, on the Middlesex border.
In the reign of Kent, one Tofig, a wealthy landowner, built a church at Waltham for the reception of a miraculous cross, discovered through a vision in Somerset, and gave endowment for two priests.
On Tofig's death his Waltham property lapsed to the Crown, and King Edward the.Waltham Abbey in Essex lies less than 25 miles (40km) east of Berkhamsted. The ancient Abbey Church of Waltham Holy Cross and St Lawrence, now the parish church, was once an important monastery. InKing Harold stopped at Waltham to pray on his way from the Battle of Stamford Bridge to fight William of Normandy.