Timelines

Domesday survey ordered at Gloucester
King William at Gloucester Cathedral on Christmas Day 1085 ordering the Domesday survey to be compiled

It is important to put the dedications of 1315 into context and one of the most simple and effective ways of achieving this is through the use of timelines. We displayed one in each of our four churches and we covered the period from the Domesday Survey of 1086 to 2015.

Our timelines showed:

BorderMonarchs

Lords of the manor (where known)

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Year (ie 1086, 1115, 1215, 1315, 1415, 1515, 1615, 1715, 1815, 1915, 2015)

Priests (where known)

English events (eg Domesday survey, Magna Carta, Dissolution of the Monasteries)

Church events (eg date of font, dedication by Bishop Maidstone, Diocese of Gloucester formed, church rebuilt)

Parish events (eg plague, flood, storm, non-conformist chapel built, school opened, village hall built)

You may wish to add other information such as the population of your parish and photographs of buildings and events. Your county record office will have many records associated with your parish.

Timelines could be printed on banners to make them easily transportable. Our local schools have expressed interest in using them.