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The Paston Family in the Fifteenth Century

by Colin Richmond

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • British & Irish history: c 1000 to c 1500,
  • Family history,
  • Western Europe - General,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • History: World,
  • England,
  • History / Europe / Western,
  • History / Great Britain

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages291
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7744059M
    ISBN 100521520274
    ISBN 109780521520270
    OCLC/WorldCa59487572

    The Paston family are famous for the large collection of letters and papers that bear their name. This, the second volume in Colin Richmond's individual and compelling study of the Pastons, describes the bitter disputes over Sir John Fastolf's will, which hold a Price: $ Castor compiled these documents into Blood and Roses: The Paston Family in the Fifteenth Century, a book that attempts to reconstruct the life and times of the Paston family. Critics of Castor's work remarked upon the book's detailed historical accuracy and .

    Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for A Medieval Family: The Pastons of Fifteenth-Century England by Frances Gies and Joseph Gies (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! BLOOD AND ROSES: The Paston Family in the Fifteenth Century. Helen Castor. Faber and Faber Ltd, London, £ ISBN Historians of medieval England are well served by a vast array of extant documents. Royal and legal records, chronicles, wills, deeds, manorial rolls, literature and scholarly writings were all complied and.

      The Paston Family in the Fifteenth Century: Endings The Paston Family in the Fifteenth Century: Endings Karras, Ruth Mazo Page Susan Neiman, Evil in Modern Thought: An Alternative History of Philosophy (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, ), pp. We badly need alternative histories of philosophy.   The fascinating story of the fortunes of one medieval family over the course of a century, from bestselling historians Frances and Joseph Gies The Pastons were members of the English gentry—a tiny group of roughly 1, households sandwiched between the ruling nobility and the peasants, and a rough analog for the contemporary “middle class.”Brand: HarperCollins Publishers.


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This volume deals with the later years of the century and those topics and themes which arise at that point in the family's history. The principal characters are John Paston This is the third and final volume in the trilogy by Colin Richmond on the Paston family in the 15th century, completing the sequence which began with The First Phase and /5.

The family are remembered today mostly for their remarkable collection of private and business letters (the Paston Letters) that remain from the fifteenth century. In Sir William Paston (–) moved the main family residence to Oxnead.

The last Paston of the male line, the 2nd Earl of Yarmouth, died in Country: England. The Pastons of Paston, Norfolk, are famous for the collection of letters and papers which bear their name. In particular 'the Paston Letters' have been well known since the time of Horace Walpole, although until now they have never been used systematically by historians of fifteenth-century England: they are both immensely attractive to read and fiendishly difficult to use as 5/5(1).

The Paston Family in the Fifteenth Century [Colin Richmond] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Paston family are famous for the large collection of letters and papers that bear their name. This. This is the third and final volume in the trilogy by Colin Richmond on the Paston family in the 15th century, completing the sequence which began with The First Phase and continued with Fastolf's Will.

This volume deals with the later years of the century and those topics and themes which arise at that point in the family's history. The principal characters are John Paston II, his.

Two recent books have presented the story of the fifteenth-century Pastons for a wide audience, Blood and Roses by Helen Castor () and A Medieval Family by Frances and Joseph Gies ().

Chronology The early Pastons. The family of Paston takes its name from a Norfolk village about twenty miles (32 km) north of Norwich.

The first member of. 16 rows  The Paston family papers have long been consulted for their infomation about social. Blood and Roses traces the remarkable story of the Paston family across three generations.

The world of the fifteenth-century aristocracy was a world of cut-throat snobbery and vicious power struggles, and the Pastons were newcomers to the grame: an ambitious nouveau riche family striving to establish themselves among the landed gentry/5(52). The Pastons of Paston, Norfolk, are famous for the collection of letters and papers which bear their name.

In particular 'the Paston Letters' have been well known since the time of Horace Walpole, although until now they have never been used systematically by historians of fifteenth-century England: they are both immensely attractive to read and fiendishly difficult to.

Start your review of Private Life in the Fifteenth Century: Illustrated Letters of the Paston Family Write a review Michael Smith rated it really liked it/5.

Get this from a library. Blood & roses: the Paston Family in the fifteenth century. [Helen Castor] -- The Wars of the Roses turned England upside down between the years of and Yet, as they navigated their disintegrating world, a Norfolk family called the Pastons were writing letters.

Get this from a library. The Paston family in the fifteenth century: the first phase. [Colin Richmond] -- The Paston family of Paston, Norfolk dating back to William () and his wife Agnes (d. The Pastons epitomize a class which since the later middle ages has dominated the English state.

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Buy a cheap copy of A Medieval Family: The Pastons of book by Frances Gies. In the early s, a lawyer and judge named William Paston expanded his family's holdings by imprisoning a neighbor and seizing her property.

This afforded his Free shipping over $Cited by: 2. The family are remembered today mostly for their remarkable collection of private and business letters (the Paston Letters) that remain from the fifteenth century.

In Sir William Paston () moved the main family residence to last Paston of the male line, the 2nd Earl of Yarmouth, died in   The Paston family in the fifteenth century by Colin Richmond; 7 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Social life and customs, Sources, History, Correspondence.

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TO JOHN PASTON III02, To my rygth wurchypful maystyr Syr John Paston, knyth, þis lettyr be + delyveryd in hast. Rygth reuerent and worchypfull syr, in þe most owmble wyse I recomand me vn-to yow, desyryng to here of yowre welfare, þe qwech God long contynew.

The Pastons - A Fifteenth-Century English Family. The following events are taken from those described in the letters of the Paston family covering the exposure of the secret romance between Margery Paston and the family's bailiff Richard Calle as well as the Siege of Caister Paston Letters are significant as they provide both a uniquely candid and detailed insight into.

The Paston Book of Arms is a mid-fifteenth century manuscript containing a French grammar, obits and pedigees of some Norfolk families and a collection of seventy-three painted shields of arms representing the relations and alliances of the Paston, Barry and Mautby families.

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Paston family. Norman Davis. Yourrys, M. Paston My modyr gretit ȝow wel and sendyt ȝow Goddys blyssyng and here, and sche prayith ȝow, and I pray ȝow also, þat ȝe be wel dyetyd of mete and dryngke, for þat is þe grettest helpe þat ȝe may haue now to your helthe ward.