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Spirituality
Author: Jonathan Sant
ISBN: 0952499002
Pages 64 pages
Publisher Moondial (January 1995)
Language English
Category: Spirituality
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John Corrigan "Jonathan" Wells (born 1942) is an American biologist, author, and advocate of the pseudoscientific argument of intelligent design.

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Jonathan Sant in his 1994 The Healing Wells of Herefordshire notes: Formerly to be seen at the west end of the nave, St. Ethelbert’s Well has recently been swallowed up by an extended vestry where it can now be seen incongruously surrounded by carpeted floor.

Jonathan Sant in his 1994 The Healing Wells of Herefordshire notes: Formerly to be seen at the west end of the nave, St. The octagonal stone well-top is apparently late Victorian but the square top within the shaft below is doubtless older. Needless to say, the table which has been built over it is very modern and prevents small children from falling down the well.

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Many well-known cider producers are based in Herefordshire. The Chairman is Councillor Brian Wilcox and the Leader of the Council is Councillor Jonathan Lester. These include Weston's cider of Much Marcle, and Bulmer's cider, from Hereford, which produces the UK market leader Strongbow. The Cabinet Leader is appointed yearly by the full council of 53 councillors. The Cabinet Leader then picks their deputy and up to 8 other councillors to form the executive cabinet.

Jonathan Sant has written: 'Stone spotting in Herefordshire' - subject(s): Sacred stones, Mythology, Antiquities. Healing wells of Herefordshire' - subject(s): Holy wells, Mythology, Religious aspects, Religious aspects of Springs, Religious life and customs, Springs. What has the author Sant Kamur written? Sant Kamur. has written: 'Noor Chan'.

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Bennett, Paul, Healing Wells and Springs of Ilkley Moor, unpublished: Hebden Bridge 1995. Bennett, Paul, The White Wells, Ilkley Moor, Heathen Earth: Keighley 2009. Bennett, Paul, Ancient and Holy Wells of Edinburgh, TNA 2017. Bennett, Paul, Ancient and Holy Wells of Glasgow, TNA 2017. Bennett, Paul, Ancient and Holy Wells of Stirling, TNA 2018. o’ Donnell, Elliott, Haunted Waters, Rider: London 1957. o’ Muirgheasa, Enri, ‘The Holy Wells of Donegal,’ in Béaloideas 6:2, 1936.