There are four Sepulchral Brasses on the floor of the chantries.
In 1545 came an Act for the dissolution of chantries and hospitals.
The old Cathedral was full of chantries, as were the other churches of London.
The chantries, sacristy, and a few other parts, are Perpendicular.
Schools established in connection with Chantries, Gilds, etc.
Other cases in which the people themselves contributed to the support of their priest will be found in the chapter on Chantries.
At the dissolution of chantries and free chapels, it became a question whether this was not a parsonage.
Every cathedral had a number of chantries, one of the very earliest was that to Bishop Hugh of Wells, in this cathedral.
Some further examples of it will be found in the chapter on chantries and chantry-priests.
Chantries began to be founded late in the thirteenth century.