Collectanea Lothinglandiana, circa 1774-1791.


Ives, John, 1751-1776. Collectanea Lothinglandiana, circa 1774-1791.

Collectanea Lothinglandiana, circa 1774-1791.

Manuscripts, in two main hands, of a collection of documents and drawings related to Suffolk, with related letters laid in. The first volume contains a transcription by Ashby of Ives' Collectanea Lothinglandiana, followed by his transcription of Thomas Martin of Palgram's church notes on Suffolk parishes, which consist of epitaphs, family histories, and sketches of coats of arms and churches, as well as wills, Parliamentary acts, brief biographies of notable persons, and extracts from birth and death registers. The volumes are arranged alphabetically by parish, the first volume covering Aldborough to Reydone, and the second volume from Rickinghall to Wyverstone. The second volume also contains a transcript of a history of Bury St. Edmunds by Sir James Burrough; an index to both volumes as well as important works on Suffolk history cited through out the volumes ; and a transcript of Edward Jones' Several articles that concern Suffolk extracted from index to originalia & memoranda. Bound in at the beginning of volume 2 is a series of letters and extracts from various texts copied by John Ives on such topics as the antiquity of churches; "draught of a Letter to Duke of Norfolk"; "Extract taken from the Register Book of the Parish Church of Horton near Oxford"; and an extract from Pope's Genius of writings.

2 v. ; 28 - 33 cm.

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