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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index , B, 01 January 1770-31 December 1172

    printer Bockhampton , manor of, forestalling & c., in Boddington , John, Esq., at the Ordnance Office Bodney and Great Cressingham , rectories of, united Bohemia , malignant fever raging in Boines , M. de, a friend and creature of Subscribers-only content

    William III, June 1700, 01 June 1700-30 June 1700

    10. Hampton Court. The king to the vice-chancellor of the university of Cambridge. Whereas Thomas Rowell, clerk, rector of Great Cressingham, Norfolk, was admitted a member of Trinity College, Oxford, in 1686, and, having kept eight terms, was in 1689 Subscribers-only content

    General Index, G, 01 April 1700-31 March 1702

    Grearson , [John ] , lieutenant in Churchill's regiment Great Chamberlain of England. See Bertie, E., earl of Lindsey. Great Cressingham , co. Norfolk, rector of Great Massingham , co. Norfolk, Free School of, master of. See Healey, S. Great Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 01 April 1700-31 March 1702

    to the elector and duke of Brunswick-Lunebourg and plenipotentiary at the treaty of Pinenberg, expense for Cressingham . See Great Cressingham. Creswick , Henry, deputy lieutenant for Gloucestershire Crette , the Misses, of London, capuchin priest assisted by Crew (Crewe), Subscribers-only content

    Tables, January - December 1770, 01 January 1770-31 December 1770

    a bill for the royal signature to pass the Privy Seal, containing a licence for uniting the rectories of Great Cressingham and Bodney, in the co. of Norfolk. [For the petition of the rector, Thomas Chamberlayne, clerk, M.A., and the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    among the guests present at the dinner was a beneficed English clergyman, the Rev. H. S. FAGAN, rector of Great Cressingham, Norfolk. Considering the oaths he has taken on induction to a benefice, can he consider it quite decent to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    costs. DEATH OF TH REV. H. S. FAGoA.-The death is announced of the Rev. H. S. Fagan, rector of Great Cressingham orfolkl, well known through his advocacy RrszGOATION OF A CerE CorsTARLE.-At a meeting of the Watch Committee of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    counsel, and a with him was Lady Anne Bludt, Mr. David Sheehy,I-.P., t the Rev. H. Stuart Fagan, of Great Cressingham, LeNorfolk; Mr. Macer Wright, of Hastings; and the local ih priests were also present. A large body of police Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    speakers were Messrs. David Sheehy, M.P., D. J. Pyne, H.P., Thee. Mfayne, H.P., Rev. H~enry -P. Pagan, rector of Great Cressingham; Mr. La Prince, hon. secretary Lancashire Rome Rule U~nion; Mr. H. B- Doughty, London; the Mayor of Waterford, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that there were now 38!) branches of the League established, and read a letter from Mr. Htenry Stewarb Fagtau. Great Cressingham, . Thetford, Norfolk, sympatIhi3inge with the objects C of the League- Mr.Semton snid he hoped theday %- W.s not Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Cressingham Magna Church, Norfolk., 1874

    Church, Norfolk. [church] View of the church of Great Cressingham, and two houses at right, seen from a fenced field, with wooden gate at centre, and a figure in foreground at left; illustration to an unidentified publication. Etching and engraving

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