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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien houses The priory of Dallingfield

    abbey of Savigny adopted the Cistercian rule. The monks from Savigny who came to Field Dalling were of that order. Tanner says that Field Dalling was sometimes mentioned as a priory by itself, and sometimes as a parcel of the

    Houses of Carthusian monks Priory of Mount Grace

    the monks four alien priories, Long B ennington , Minting and Hagh ( Hough-on-the-Hill ) in Lincolnshire , and Field Dalling in Norfolk , and the yearly grant of £100 was then redeemed. The advowson of the priory passed to

    Colleges The Chapel-in-the-Fields, Norwich

    the college paid a fee of £20 in the hanaper for the alienation in mortmain of the church of Field Dalling , the gift of William de Walsham, chaplain, and four citizens of Norwich . 7 This appropriation was sanctioned

    Houses of Benedictine monks The cathedral priory of the Holy Trinity , Norwich

    by the priory were those of Hemsby , Martham , Great Plumstead , Catton , Newton , Eaton , Field Dalling , Great Cressingham , Taverham , Hindolveston , Hendringham, 'Sechford,' Thornham , Labenham, Ambringhall, Thurberton, and Aldeby , all

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ELLIS (ELYS), John II (d.1401/2), of Great Yarmouth, Norf.

    1372 when, in association with his wealthy kinsman, William Ellis†, he stood surety in Chancery for a man from Field Dalling, Norfolk. William, who represented Yarmouth in five Parliaments all told and occupied the bailiffship for seven terms, was to

    LIMNER (LOMYNOUR), Henry (d.c.1409), of Norwich, Norf.

    been connected with the endowment of the collegiate church of St. Mary in the Fields with the advowson of Field Dalling; in 1384 he had assisted in the transfer of ownership of the advowson of St. Peter Mancroft to the

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, F, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    g. 846 (38). -, (Feelde), Ric., i. 1202 (4). Fieldcourt (Felcourte) , Surr., near Lingfield, ii. g. 496 (26). Field Dalling (Feldedallinge) , Norf., i. g. 846 (71). Fielding (Felding) , Sir Wm., i. g. 622 (p. 318), 623 (p.

    Index, F, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    m. 28), 1471: g. 2964 (32), 3582 (27). Felcon . See Felton. Feld . See Field. Feldallyng . See Field Dalling. Felding . See Fielding. Felipon , servant to Queen Germaine of Aragon, brings message from France, 1257. Felix or

    Index, S

    to Cecil and Commissioners for King's revenue, 194 Stildon , co. Worcester manor of, 39 Stileman , Robert, of Field Dalling, co. Norfolk, Deputy-Bailiff of Clare petitions to Cecil, 213 (2) Stiles. See Styles Stillingfleet , Cuthbert, in the service

    Report on the Charities of the Fishmongers' Company, Part I

    W. Purdy, Esq., Salthouse. R. Chamberlain, Esq., Norwich. R. Seaman, Esq., Norwich. H. Bircham, Esq., Norwich. J. Sayers, Esq., Field Dalling. G. Carthew, Esq. C. Hardy, Esq., and Mrs. Hardy, Cley. J. Wright, Esq. W. Sheringham, Esq., and Mrs. Sheringham,

    Index, D, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    , in Scotland, i. 266, 857 (3), 1106 (2). Dallavall. See Delavale. Dallaware. See Delaware. Dalling , Norf. See Field Dalling. Dallow (Dalagh) , Yorks., i g. 465 (55), 846 (93 p. 427). Dallye , Salop. See Dawley. Dalmahoy ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E. Nicholls, Great Russell street, Bloomsbury, milli. ners-J. Hodg'oo and A. Greenwood, Bradford, Yorkshire, mercers-R. Fisher and P. Pace, Field Dalling, Norfolk, farmers-A. and A. Duff, spital square, silk manofacturers-T. Fowler and M. Owens, Liverpool, skinners-W. Franklir and R. Cook, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Home" created at the time considerable atten- ts tion. On his return to England he became rector of Field Dalling, Norfolk, and in 1873 the Bishop of Here- at ford preferred him to the rectory of Ross, where he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Russell street, Bloomsbury, mil- liners h J. Hodgson and A. Greenwood, Bradford, mercers re R. Fisher and P. Page, Field Dalling and Bale, Norfolk, farmers 12 A. and A. Duff, Spital square, silk manufacturers T V. Fowler and M. Owens, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1, at l. t A. EverAet, late of Northifleet, joureeymnan carpenter, June 6, at 11. P h11 MaUett. jlou., Field Dalling and Bfitkeney. grocer, June 1, at 2. U P. Iolledge. Crona-roads. Croydon, June 1, at1. J. B'aldrey, jlan., Norwich, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Robert teamon, Esq., of Whitwell. The Rev. Robert Henry Cobbold, M.A., has been instituted to the vicarage of Field Dalling, in the county of Norfolk, on the presentation of Robert Knipe Cobbold, asq, of Bredfieldg NAVAL AND M1LI74Rr The Subscribers-only content

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