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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GURDON, Philip (c.1630-90), of Assington, Suff.

    (c.1630-90), of Assington, Suff. Constituency Dates Sudbury 1689 June 1690 Biography Re-elected without opposition in 1690, and classed as a Whig by Lord Carmarthen (Sir Thomas Osborne†) in a list of the new Parliament, Gurdon was granted leave of absence

    GURDON, John (c.1672-1758), of Assington, Suff.

    GURDON, John (c.1672-1758), of Assington, Suff. Constituency Dates Sudbury 6 Feb 1699 1700 Biography Gurdon succeeded to his uncle Philip’s estate at Assington and briefly followed him as MP for Sudbury, but held to a different course in politics. He

    GURDON, Philip (c.1631-90), of Assington, Suff.

    (c.1631-90), of Assington, Suff. Constituency Dates Sudbury 1689 Sudbury June 1690 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Suff. 1679-80, 1689-90. Biography Gurdon was probably a nonconformist in religion like his father, since he was not appointed to the commission of the

    GURDON, John (1595-1679), of Assington, Suff.

    all grants of offices and titles since 1642 and to establish a Post Office. He retired from public life at the dissolution. Assington Hall was licensed for Presbyterian worship in 1672. Gurdon was buried at Assington on 9 Sept. 1679.[footnote]

    GURDON, John (c.1544-1623), of Assington, nr. Sudbury, Suff.

    (c.1544-1623), of Assington, nr. Sudbury, Suff. Constituency Dates Sudbury 1571 Ofifces Held J.p. Suff. from c.1579, sheriff 1584-5. Biography The Gurdons were small clothiers and landowners of Dedham, Essex, who by the close of the fifteenth century had risen in

  • * British History Online * *

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    Addenda, James 1 - Volume 36, December 1604, 01 December 1604-31 December 1604

    . ] [Dec. 31. ] 74. Grant to Sir Ant. Wingfield of Letheringham, Edm. Bacon of Redgrave, John Gurdon of Assington, and Thos. Dandy of Ringshall, all co. Suffolk, on payment of 100 l ., by Wm. Barrow, of Westhrop, Subscribers-only content

    Index, A, 01 January 1658-31 December 1659

    189, 192, 383, 393. -, receivers of, 90 -, receivers general for, John Blackwell and Rich. Deane, 47, 48, 201. Assington , co. Suffolk, 274. Assizes postponed, 275, 281. Aston , Col., see Alsop. Aston-on-Trent , 195. Astronomy , professor Subscribers-only content

    General Index, A, 01 January 1635-19 June 1636

    co. Herts Aske , Mr. Askew , Mrs., her daughter Aslacoe , co. Lincoln, wapentake Asqu , Mrs., see Askew. Assington , Suffolk Assurance , the Astley , Sir John Aston , John Sir Thomas, sheriff of co. Chester in Subscribers-only content

    General Index, A, 01 January 1580-31 July 1625

    Aske , lands at Askerton Manor , co. Cumberland bailiff of tower Asley , Wm., letter to Asse , Mr. Assington , co. Suffolk, resident at Astley , co. Warwick Astley , Mr. Aston , Roger, Sir Roger, master of Subscribers-only content

    Volume 201, February 1659, 1-15, 01 February 1659-28 February 1659

    Council. [ I . 84. ] Tewkesbury charter respited. [ Col . 41. ] Augmentations to Ashby de la Zouch, Assington; Brandhope chapel, Buckingham, Bridgetown, and Berry Pomeroy; Crediton alias Kirton; Patrick's Dartmouth, Duffield; Easthope; Benedict's church, Glaston; Hale Weston; Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    over from Dublin to be tried. INCENDIARiSM.-An incendiary fire has taken place upon the agricultural buildings of Mr Norton, at Assington, in Suffolk, which in the space of two hours consumed the premises. The damage is estimated at nearly 5,0001. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    conditions, one of their farms (should a favour- able vacancy occur) to be worked on the co-operative principle, as at Assington in Suffolk, and elsewhere ; and we will undertake to give as high a rent, and as good a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the requirements o of farmisng of the present period-sB destineu, the Beardl 0 hopes, to preserve the reputation of Assington as a d Icaler in the successful application of co-operatieo to agriculture. The subscription to the co-operative 5 lifeboat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Assington there happens fortunately to bo. a landowner who, with a heart above squireorchy, has been desirous of giving labour a chance of showting what it canl do on its own account. This gentleman is Mr. J. Guitouo., of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the land- the said rent and interest to be paid in kiEd as at Ralahine, or In money as at Assington. 2. The large tenant-farmers might try the co-partnership system, which has been carried on with such success In different Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of Hatfield Peverel

    Essex , and Acton and Assington in Suffolk . In the reign of Edward I Sir Andrew de Nevile brought a suit against the abbot and prior for the advowson of the church of Assington , but finally released all

    Wormingford Introduction Wormingford 1838

    from Colchester to Bures and Sudbury runs from south-east to north-west across the parish. Minor roads connected the parish with Assington (Suff.) across Worming- ford bridge, with Fordham , and with Little Horkesley and Nayland (Suff.). Other minor roads and

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Gulielmi Howes, 22/2/1692

    Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Howes Forename Gulielmi Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 22/2/1692 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Assington// OTHER INFORMATION Source NRO, DN/REG/21:28 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Moore, John/Norwich 1691- 1707 Comment

    John Hallward, 20/2/1827

    Hallward Forename John Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 20/2/1827 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Assington// OTHER INFORMATION Source NRO, DN/REG/26:33 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bathurst, Henry/Norwich 1805- 1837 Comment Admitted and Instituted by the

    Phillippus Du Pont, 22/2/1692

    Pont Forename Phillippus Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 22/2/1692 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Assington// OTHER INFORMATION Source NRO, DN/REG/21:28 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Moore, John/Norwich 1691- 1707 Comment Patron Details PATRON SUMMARY Patron

    Daniel Rose Fearon, 10/6/1827

    Daniel Rose Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 10/6/1827 Office/Status Stipendiary Curate Clerical Status Location Assington// OTHER INFORMATION Source NRO, DN/CUR/9 (Curates Licences etc) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bathurst, Henry/Norwich 1805- 1837 Comment Stipend one hundred

    John Hallward, 20/2/1827

    Forename John Title clerk Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Admission Date 20/2/1827 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Assington// OTHER INFORMATION Source NRO, DN/REG/26:33 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bathurst, Henry/Norwich 1805- 1837 Comment Admitted and Instituted by the

 

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