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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cluniac monks The cell of Slevesholm

    the Valor of 1535 it was included with Castle Acre . A visitation of the English Cluniac foundations, undertaken in 1390 , mentions Slevesholm or Slevsham as a cell of Castle Acre , consisting of a prior and one monk.

    Houses of Cluniac monks The cell of Slevesholm

    Castle Acre , formerly monk of Lewes , was of no avail, because it was given for a nonconventual priory- Hoxton being non-conventual but Castle Acre conventual-praying that, notwithstanding William's illegitimacy, he may retain the priory of Castle Acre .

    Houses of Cluniac monks Priory of Mendham

    of Castle Acre , as Castle Acre did to the priory of St. Pancras , Lewes , and as Lewes did to the mother house of Cluni; and it was to pay half a mark yearly to Castle Acre ,

    Hospitals Racheness

    with church or chapel dedicated to St. Bartholomew , of early foundation. It was subordinate to the priory of Castle Acre . By an undated deed, temp . Henry II , Herbert de South Acre gave the land on which

    Houses of Cluniac monks The priory of Bromholm

    was relieved by Pope Celestine of most of its subjection to Castle Acre . 6 In 1225 a dispute arose between the priories of Bromholm and Castle Acre as to the right of the latter to impose a prior on

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cases before the Committee, April 1644, 01 April 1644-30 April 1644

    1644 April 1644 Jeremiah Beck, Castle Acre, Norfolk. 2 April 1644. Vol. A No. or p. States that he came in to the committee for receiving those who submit on the Declaration of both kingdoms, and brought a certificate that Subscribers-only content

    Minute Book, August 1665, 01 August 1665-31 August 1665

    with Francis Meynell and Saml. Starling, aldermen of London, John Man, of the Isle of Wight, Hugh Hovell, of Castle Acre, co. Norfolk, and Morrice Hunt, gent., for the farm of the Excise of Norfolk, together with the hundred of

    General Index, C, 01 January 1696-31 December 1696

    German nobleman) Cast , Mr. George Christopher Castaiss (?), Mr. Castel , John "Castillo the Jew," Castle , Robert Castle Acre (co. Norfolk), manor of Castle Ashby , pass to Castle Blaney , French colony at French Protestant minister required Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, July 1662, 01 July 1662-31 July 1662

    the Peace, detailed, of the county of Norfolk, attested by the Clerk of the Peace, recommending Hugh Hovell of Castle Acre, gent., one of the Sub-Commissioners of Excise, as a fit person to take the farm of the Excise of

    Index, C, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    Lieut. Abraham, 73. Castellane . See Castle Acre. Casterton manor (Westmorland), 119. Castillion , Sir Francis, 366. Castle , Edmund, D.D., 589. -, Dr. John, Clerk of the Privy Seal, 448. Castle Acre ("Castellane") (Norfolk), 412, 430, 639. Castle Donington

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 19th October 1839

    so much property, and he asked leave to buy one acre more, and that was the great estate of Castle Acre . Talked of this Patchet, and he said: “My wet-nurse told me that story”. How could he remember her?

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GAWDY, Anthony (d.1606), of ?Norwich and Castle Acre, Norf.

    of ?Norwich and Castle Acre, Norf. Constituency Dates Eye 1597 Eye 1601 Ofifces Held Capt. of musters, Norf. from 1587. Biography Gawdy was probably born in the Norwich house of his father, who died in 1556, leaving him the manor

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coloured Plates of the N~tew-est Parisian Fashions-Peice Eighteenpenc. Joseph Rogerson, f4 Noerfolk-stcreet Strand,?London. MEMOIR Or JOHN HUDSON, ESQ., OF CASTLE ACRE, NOR- FOLK, WITIM PORTRAIT. THE FARMIER'S MAGAZINE, for JULY, 1847, T contains a hbaautiullv-finished Portrait of John liudson, Esq., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street, City, atmospheric clock dealers. [Solomon, Finsbury placo.-W P Goose, Downham Market, Norfolk, builder. [Wilkin, King's Lynn, Norfolk,-S Gostling, Castle Acre, near Swaffham, Norfolk, butcher. [PlImanal, South square, Gray's Inn.-W Cooper, Cheriton, near Alresford, Hampshire, butcher. Godwln, Essex court, Temple.-J Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FREDERICI AiNGERSTEIN, Cheapslde and Fleat Street, London, dealers ia atmospheric WILLIAM PYMrAN GOOSE, Dowobam Mfarket, Norrolk, builder. SAMUEL GOSTLING, Castle Acre, Nsrfotk, butcher. WILLIAM COOPICR, Chereton, Southampton, builder. JAMES EDWARD CLAIIIDGhE Hill Ce'oome, Worcester, and Cbarlborough, Oxford, cattle salecrman. WILLIAM Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sola,, Wilkin, King's Lynn, Norfolk, and Furnival's Inn and Doyle, Verulam Buildings; off, assig., Edwards, Baslnghail Street. SAMUEL GOaTLINO, Castle Acre, near Swaffham, Norfolk, butcher, May 1l at 2, June 12 at 12, at Bankrupts' Court. Sol., Plmsaul, South Square, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of interest within them, amid thus King's Lynn, Castle Rising, both places visited by the association in 1857, and Castle Acre, in Norfolk, will form one day's work, l'etorborough Cathedral taid Castor (tile renmains of a Roclcan encampmcnt). in Northamptonshire, Subscribers-only content

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