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THE CHAPEL OF ST. BLASE  (BLAYS, BLASIUS) AT SHENKLYN

William I 1066 - 1087
1086 First mention of Shanklin Manor in the Domesday survey There is likely to have been a place of worship there.
William II 1087 - 1100
Henry I 1100 - 1135
Stephen 1135 - 1154
1135 - 1154 First chapel built in the Manor by the Lisle family. It was dedicated to St. John the Baptist and placed in the parish of Brading.
Henry II 1154 - 1189
1170 Establishment and endowment of a chapel owing fealty to Brading as the mother church. Evidence shows that the church of St. Blasius dates from the twelfth century.
Richard I 1189 - 1199
John 1199 - 1216
Henry III 1216 - 1272

NORMANS: 1066 - 1154

PLANTAGENETS:    1154 - 1377

Edward I 1273 - 1307
Edward II 1307 - 1327
Edward III 1327 - 1377
1367 Records show that St. Blaise was the saint of the Lisle family sanctuary within the church. 1367 was the date of the presentation of the "Chapel of St. Blays of Shanklyng Capella Sancti Johannes Baptisti de Shynling.".
This period saw the Crusades, the signing of Magna Carta, and the rebuilding of Westminster Abbey.
Richard II 1377 - 1399
Henry IV 1399 - 1413
Henry V 1413 - 1422
Henry VI 1422 - 1471
Edward IV 1461 - 1483
Edward V 1483
Richard III 1483 - 1486
Henry VII 1485 - 1509
Once more there is very little recorded of St. Blasius at this time but the country was occupied with the Wars of the Roses, continuing war in France. Henry V's victory at Agincourt in 1415, the coming of Joan of Arc. William Caxton established a printing press at Westminster.

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Henry II 1154 - 1189
1170 Establishment and endowment of a chapel owing fealty to Brading as the mother church. Evidence shows that the church of St. Blasius dates from the twelfth century.
Richard I 1189 - 1199
John 1199 - 1216
Henry III 1216 - 1272

THE CHAPEL OF ST. BLASE  (BLAYS, BLASIUS) AT SHENKLYN

William I 1066 - 1087
1086 First mention of Shanklin Manor in the Domesday survey There is likely to have been a place of worship there.
William II 1087 - 1100
Henry I 1100 - 1135
Stephen 1135 - 1154
1135 - 1154 First chapel built in the Manor by the Lisle family. It was dedicated to St. John the Baptist and placed in the parish of Brading.

NORMANS: 1066 - 1154

PLANTAGENETS:    1154 - 1377

Edward I 1273 - 1307
Edward II 1307 - 1327
Edward III 1327 - 1377
1367 Records show that St. Blaise was the saint of the Lisle family sanctuary within the church. 1367 was the date of the presentation of the "Chapel of St. Blays of Shanklyng Capella Sancti Johannes Baptisti de Shynling.".
This period saw the Crusades, the signing of Magna Carta, and the rebuilding of Westminster Abbey.
Shanklin Isle of Wight St. Blasius Old Parish Church
Shanklin Isle of Wight St. Blasius Old Parish Church
Shanklin Isle of Wight St. Blasius Old Parish Church