Chantry Schools were the most important source of education in the middle ages. They were usually grammar schools but also elementary schools. Chantries, generally within a Church, were endowed for the singing of masses for the founder after his death. The Chantries rapidly increased after the Black Death, not only in Churches, but in hospitals and monasteries, again in memory of the founders. During the English Reformation there were generally abolished. Chantries were expensive to establish and were maintained by those with a measure of wealth.
Art Chantry was born in 1954.
Kilve Chantry was created in 1329.
Enfield-chantry school ended in 1558.
in clevedon some of the schools are clevedon commuiunty school and st nicholas chantry and merryielotn and st johns and yeo moor and loads of more schools but i went to st nicks the best and clevedon community school : )
Morpeth Chantry Bagpipe Museum was created in 1987.
Fernand Chantry has written: 'LES CENT CHAUFOURS D'ANTOING A TOURNAI'
Can you please look into this and tell me if there is a person by the name Martin Chantry in London UK?? Thankyou Phyllis Trottier
Studio 57 - 1954 The Fabulous Oliver Chantry 4-20 was released on: USA: 1 April 1958
Other words include shrine, chantry, or bethel (seafarer chapel).
Sue Ryder, believe it or not! http://www.ryderguitars.co.uk/aboutus.html
How much do chanrty accoustic guitars go for and are they any good