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    House of Commons Journal Volume 3, 6 September 1643, 06 September 1643-06 September 1643

    Ordered , That the Plate, Money, Jewels, and other Goods, seized at the Duke's Place in Norwich , and Kenninghall Place , or in any of his Lordship's Houses in the County of Norfolk , and City of Norwich , British History Online

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    Reymerston, to Elizabeth Maria, second daughter of Mr. Davy, Norwich, and granddaughter of the late Mr. Win. Fincham, of Kenninghall Place Farm. On the 14th inst., Joskph Robebt, only son of Mr. J. J. Reynolds, leather cutter, of Norwich, to Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    has lived seven years iv a clergyman's family ; acquirements, Music, Drawing, French, and German. - Address, Miss F., Kenninghall Place, Norfolk. [1874 SITUATIONS VACANT. DRAPERY.- Wanted, a YOUTH, about 16, as Apprentice ; must be tall and well educated Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Dodson, veterinary surgeon, aged 88. On Friday sennight, in his 44th year, Mr. Thos. Nunn, an opulent farmer at Kenninghall Place, ouce the residence of Queen Elizabeth. On Saturday sennight, in her 28th year, Mrs. Dybell, wife of Mr. Dybell, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    comprise the usual routine of an English Education, combined with the study of the Greek and Latin Languages. - Kenninghall Place, Aug. IS, IS3O. SPORTING. TO BE LET, the RIGHT OF SHOOTING over a MANOR of nearly One Thousand Acres, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Kenninghall, Mr. Joseph Smith, grocer and draper, of Garboldisham, to Sophia, only daughter of the late Mr. Nunn. of Kenninghall Place. Friday sennight, Mr. Robert Docker, of Swan Comb, Oxfordshire, to Ann Lane, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Postle, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    loth inst., at Ban bam Haugh, in her 80th year, Mary, relict of the late Mr. Thomas Nunn, of Kenninghall Place, Norfolk, and formerly of Wiekbam Abbey, in this county. On Wednesday last, aged 18, Elizabeth Joanna, eldest daughter of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    T. S. Bowstead, Mr. Robert Nunn, son of Mr. Thomas Nunn, late of Kenninghall Place, in this county, to Abigail, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Ralph Blackwcll, wool- stapler, of Nottingham. On the 7th inst., at the Baptist Chapel, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    again well up when he crossed back for Fersfield. F*rom Fersfield away to Burch Wood, and from hence to Kenninghall Place, where he was taken in a farm yard belonging to Mr. Writham. About forty out of the hundred and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    he bad removed for change of air, aged 32, Thomas second son of the late Mr. Thos. Nunn, of Kenninghall Place, Norfolk. Late-lvat Yarmouth, Mr. Win. Page, Landlord of the White Horse Inn, aged l!iJ.- Also Elizabeth, widow of tho Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    iod neighbour, and a kind master. On Wednesday sennight, at Banham, Mr. Thomas Nunn, considerable farmer, and formerly of Kenninghall Place. Lately, at Lynn, aged 68, Mr Etches, formerly of Gay wood. On Ihursday sennight, at Tbonock Grove, Lincolnshire, ranees, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Glanfechan ; Friday, Forge, 10.30. Q.H.- Tuesday, Keeper's House, WinsfordHill ; Friday, Downs- combe Bridge, Exford, 11. Quidenham- Monday, Kenninghall Place ; Thursday, Diss, "Crown " (breakfast), 11. Rice's, Mrs. Pryse- Monday, Siloah, 11. Ripley and Knapp Hill- Monday, Furze Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Brecon Road ; Friday, Maestwynog Finger Post, ia3a Q.H.- Monday, Staddou Hill ; Thursday, Aldermans Barrow, 11. Quidenham- Wednesday, Kenninghall Place, 11. Bipley and Knaphill- Monday, Merrist Wood ; Thursday, Choto- ham Village, 11. Ross- Saturday (this day). Harewood ; Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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