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|Statement||By one of them.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28p., 5 :|
|Number of Pages||28|
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ABSTRACTIt is commonly asserted that the manor at Little Gidding was deliberately sacked by puritan soldiers indispersing the Ferrar family, and abruptly bringing to a permanent end their communal life of formal religious devotion. In his poem Little Gidding, T.
Eliot used this shutting down of the Ferrars’ religious life Limerick-Huntingdon Ferrars book contrast worldly failure with the permanence of spiritual Cited by: 1. This seems to be the arrangement shown in the view of the interior of the church in in The Limerick-Huntingdon Ferrars facing p.
It is unlikely that the arrangement would have been adopted at any time after Ferrar's date, and the details of the stalls appear to be of the 17th century. According to a letter dated 5 March among.
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A useful source of ancestoral information is "The Limerick-Huntingdon Ferrars: by one of them". 50 copies privately printed in Beatrice, the eldest daughter of Michael Lloyd Ferrar and his wife Rosa O'Donnell, married Thomas Wolseley Haig, and was my great-grandmother.