4 edition of The history of Morden College, Blackheath found in the catalog.
by Gresham in association with the Trustees of Morden College in Henley-on-Thames
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||HV3174M43 J69 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 106 p. :|
|Number of Pages||106|
Morden College was founded under the will of Sir John Morden, who died in It was originally a residential care home for 40 elderly merchants who had fallen on difficult times. The trustees of the College were members of the East India Company or the Company of Turkey Merchants. The ‘Book Review’ section includes George Alexander’s “Malankara Nasrani Research Papers”; a new edition of Mar Georgius’ history of the Nonjurors: “Blind Lanes and Alleys”, as well as two recent books by Abba Seraphim “Restoring British Orthodoxy” dealing with his earlier ministry.
Books. Morden College, Blackheath, being the Tenth Monograph of the London Survey Committee. London Survey Committee, Soft cover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition.. Copy of a limited run of Printer's original paper covers with coat of arms on the front. MORDEN, Sir JOHN (–), founder of Morden's College, Blackheath, son of George Morden (d. ), and grandson of Robert Morden of Thurlow in Suffolk, was born in the parish of St. Bride's, London, in the summer of As a 'Turkey' or Levantine merchant he, after some extraordinary vicissitudes, amassed a large fortune, returned to.
History. The name is recorded in as Blachehedfeld and means the "dark coloured heathland". It is formed from the Old English 'blæc' and 'hǣth' and refers to the open space that was the meeting place of the ancient hundred of Blackheath. The name was later applied to the Victorian suburb that developed in the 19th century and was extended to the areas known as Blackheath Park and. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Green, Thomas Frank. Morden College, Blackheath. [London, Printed for the Committee by Eyre and Spottiswoode, ].
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Morden College is a long-standing charity which has been providing residential care in Blackheath, south-east London, England for over years.
It was founded by philanthropist Sir John Morden in as a home for 'poor Merchants and such as have lost their Estates by accidents, dangers and perils of the seas or by any other accidents ways or means in their honest endeavours to get.
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Buy Catalogue of Books in the Kelsall Library, Morden College, Blackheath at nd: Morden College Library. IV.—HISTORY OF THE COLLEGE.
IN his will and in his code of rules, both of which are given in extenso on pp. 52–63, Sir John Morden made careful provision for the government of the College after his death.
He appointed the first trustees or "visitors," among whom was Lady Morden, and thereafter directed that vacancies were to be filled by members of the Turkey Company.
Blackheath book Morden College, Blackheath - Primary Source Edition [Thomas Frank Green] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pagesAuthor: Thomas Frank Green.
No 19 (Morden College) TQ 39/G91 I. by Sir Christopher Wren. Founded by Sir John Morden as almshouses for "decayed Turkey merchants" and continues today as almshouses for needy men of good character from the locality. Main (west) front of 2 storeys and basement. Survey of London Monogr Morden College, Blackheath.
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Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. Morden College: a brief guide, Seventh edition, ; Patronage and poverty in merchant society: the history of Morden College, Blackheath, to the present by Patrick Joyce, Gresham Books in association with the Trustees of Morden College, Henley-on-Thames, ; Princess Aelfrida's Charity (the reputed Manor of Old Court, Greenwich) by.
Catalogue of books in the Kelsall library, Morden College, Blackheath. By Morden College. Library. and C. Collyer. Abstract "With additions to October, "--ms. note."This edition is limited to copies."Mode of access: Internet Topics: Library catalogs.
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Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Full text of "Morden College, Blackheath. Tour of Morden College, Blackheath Tuesday 24th September Despite the threatening clouds, a dozen or so members braved the elements to visit this long established retirement home on the edge of Blackheath Common.
Members and friends are invited on a tour of Morden College. Elizabeth Wiggans, its archivist, will show us the chapel, library and many new additions to the College and we will be able to see documents from the archives.
Meet 2 pm at the main College gate. Catalogue of Books in the Kelsall Library, Morden College, Blackheath Item Preview Morden College, Blackheath by C. Collyer. Publication date Publisher J.N. Smith Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of New York Public Library Language English.
Sir Christopher Wren* may have designed the building, which opened its doors inand Morden bought the manors of Old Court, Greenwich, and Sedgewick Park, Sussex, for £2, in to endow his institution. Blackheath was his principal, but by no means his only, pious and charitable concern.
Blackheath is an area of South East London, England, straddling the border of the Royal Borough of Greenwich and the London Borough of Lewisham.
It is located 1 mile north east of Lewisham, miles south of Greenwich and miles south east of Charing Cross, the traditional centre of London. The area south-west of its station and in its ward is named Lee Park.
There is some overlap with the page on Hither Green and Lee History as that tends to keep to the old boundaries of Lee – some of which is now regarded as Blackheath. This isn’t a general introduction to the history of Blackheath, if that is what you are looking for, a good starting point is the Blackheath page on the Ideal Homes site.
If you are looking for a more comprehensive account. Morden College provides support for qualified elderly people who are in need of accommodation or financial assistance, and also provides benefit to clergymen, churches and parochial buildings of the Church of England. Morden Hall Morden College events.
No future events currently found at Morden Hall Morden College in Blackheath (View past events).Check out the similar venues below or view events in London. At the southeast corner of Blackheath Park stands a red-brick nineteenth century gatehouse with a drive curving beyond and disappearing into the trees.
You might wonder if this is the London retreat of a reclusive plutocrat, yet a sign announcing ‘Morden College’ disabuses you .On Saturday, 26 October Abba Seraphim gave a lecture at Charlton House, Greenwich at the Annual General Meeting of the Charlton Society on the life of Spencer Perceval (), Britain’s First Lord of the Treasury (Prime Minister) & Chancellor of the Exchequer (), who was assassinated in the lobby of the House of Commons by a former bankrupt trader who had a grievance against.
Clerk's House, Morden College, 19 St. Germans Place, Blackheath, London, SE3 0PW Aims & activities Sir John Morden's Charity: Provides living accommodation, including a Care Home and Sheltered accommodation, and financial assistance for older people.