- Author:James Hugh Wilkinson,Elisabeth Morse
- Publisher:Evolution Electronics (May 2003)
- Pages:144 pages
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The same year Henry VIII erected Westminster into a cathedral church with a. .1000 years of music and pageant by James Wilkinson, 2003. Kingdom, Power and Glory
The same year Henry VIII erected Westminster into a cathedral church with a bishop (Thomas Thirlby), a dean and twelve prebendaries (now known as Canons). The bishopric was surrendered on 29th March 1550 and the diocese was re-united with London, Westminster being made by Act of Parliament a cathedral church in the diocese of London. Kingdom, Power and Glory. A historical guide to Westminster Abbey by John Field, 2nd edn.
Westminster Abbey:1000 years of music and pageant" by James Wilkinson, 2003.
The house he occupied in the Abbey cloisters was demolished not long after he vacated. Westminster Abbey:1000 years of music and pageant" by James Wilkinson, 2003.
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James Wilkinson was the BBC's science correspondent for 25 years, and is now one of Westminster Abbey's honorary stewards. His previous publications are on scientific subjects and the history of the abbey. Country of Publication.
The Royal Wedding: The Official Westminster Abbey Souvenir by James Wilkinson. Wonders of the World: Westminster Abbey by Richard Jenkyns (2005, Hardcover).
Great attraction to see over 1000 years of English history. Used our London pass for no wait entry. Spent 2 hours with audio tour seeing resting places of historical kings and queens. Disappointed that no photos allowed. But top attraction and don't miss. Date of experience: October 2015. Ask WorldTravelerSoCal about Westminster Abbey. 2 Thank WorldTravelerSoCal.
James Hugh Wilkinson, British correspondent. Recipient Science Writers' award Glaxo-Wellcome, 1996. Secretary Brotherhood of St. Edward Westminster Abbey, London, 1982-1999. James Hugh Wilkinson, British correspondent.