Synonyms for charlton_musgrove or Related words with charlton_musgrove

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Examples of "charlton_musgrove"
The town gives its name to Wincanton Racecourse which is in the neighbouring parish of Charlton Musgrove.
Cockroad Wood Castle was a castle near Wincanton but now in the parish of Charlton Musgrove, Somerset, England.
The parish is part of the benefice of Charlton Musgrove, Cucklington and Stoke Trister within the Diocese of Bath and Wells.
The Anglican Church of St Stephen in Charlton Musgrove in the English county of Somerset was built in the 13th century. It is a Grade II* listed building.
In 1066 the holder of the manor was Godman but passed to Robert FitzGerold by the time of the Domesday Book in 1086. The parish of Charlton Musgrove was part of the Norton Ferris Hundred.
The Hundred of Norton Ferris consisted of the ancient parishes of: Bratton Seymour, Charlton Musgrove, Cucklington, Kilmington, Penselwood, Shepton Montague, Stoke Trister, Wincanton, and parts of Maiden Bradley and Stourton. It covered an area of .
Stavordale Priory in Charlton Musgrove, Somerset, England was built as a priory of Augustinian canons in the 13th century and was converted into a private residence after the suppression of the monastery in 1538 It has been designated as a Grade I listed building.
Charlton Musgrove is a village and civil parish in Somerset, England, situated north east of Wincanton in the South Somerset district. The village has a population of 398. The parish includes the hamlets of Barrow, Holbrook, Southmarsh, and part of Shalford.
The parishes which were part of the district included Abbas and Templecombe, Alford, Ansford, Blackford and Compton Pauncefoot, Bratton Seymour, Brewham, Bruton, Castle Cary, Charlton Horethorne, Charlton Musgrove, Corton Denham, Cucklington, Henstridge, Holton, Horsington, Lovington, Maperton, Milborne Port, North Barrow, North Cadbury, North Cheriton, Penselwood, Pitcombe, Queen Camel, Shepton Montague, South Barrow, South Cadbury, Sparkford, Wincanton and Yarlington.
In the Domesday Book the name of the town was spelled as "Wincaleton", thought to mean "Pleasant town on the Cale". Cockroad Wood Castle, which is now in the parish of Charlton Musgrove, was a motte and bailey castle, probably built after the Norman conquest of England of 1066. The castle sits close to the contemporary Norman castles of Ballands and Castle Orchard, and may have been built as part of a system of fortifications to control the surrounding area. By 1086 the surrounding land was held by Walter of Douai, although no documentary evidence of the castle remains.
In 2010, Penberthy returned to England, leaving behind her benefice and canonry. From 2010 to 2011, she was Priest-in-Charge of the benefice of Charlton Musgrove (St John) (St Stephen), Cucklington and Stoke Trister in the Diocese of Bath and Wells. She was made Rector of the benefice in 2011. In July 2015, it was announced that she would be leaving the diocese to return to Wales. On 8 September 2015, she was inducted as the Rector of Glan Ithon (a benefice consisting of Llandrindod Wells (Holy Trinity) (Old Parish Church) and Cefnllys with Diserth with Llanyre and Llanfihangel Helygen) in the Diocese of Swansea and Brecon.
Poyntz Wright also uses his systematics to date some small towers: Nempnett Thrubwell at around "1468"; Chew Stoke about "1475"; West Pennard at about "1482"; Charlton Musgrove at perhaps around "1490"; Pylle at about "1497"; Cloford after "1500". He also pegs three of the smaller towers in the western part of Somerset: Combe Florey about "1499"; Fivehead, around "1505"; and Langford Budville, "1509". The end of the Perpendicular period in architecture coincides with construction of Ruishton, "1533"; Chedzoy, "1539"; and Batcombe and Chewton Mendip, around "1540".
As a great stonemason and architect, William Arnold was head of a migrating band of professional Somerset stonemasons who worked on many houses. Arnold was known to have been living in Charlton Musgrove near Wincanton in 1595 where he was church warden. His first known commission was for the design of Montacute House in c1598. This is one of the finest Elizabethan mansions in the country and was designed for Sir Edward Phelips. Other works include the remodelling of a hunting lodge at Cranborne to form the Manor House for Robert Cecil, 1st Earl of Salisbury in 1607–1610. He was then commissioned in 1610–1613 by Dorothy Wadham, a Somerset resident, to design and oversee the building of Wadham College, Oxford. His last known work was remodelling Dunster Castle in 1617 for the owner George Luttrell. The interiors were completely modernised in the 1680s, and the exterior work only partially survives as Anthony Salvin remodelled and extended the castle in 1868.
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