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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    James Richard Philip Hoste, B.A.; dean of Taruham. Rev. Alfred CeoIl Johnson, M.A.; rector of Chapel St. Mary, with Little Wenham, Suffolk. l Rev. Charles Smyth Johnston; rectorof Little Welnethaam. Rev. William Jones. curate of Carnarvon; perpetual curate of elanon, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drowning it in the River Colts e on the 4th of July last. The woman was apprehended ml io Little Wenham, Suffolk, where she was living with he ot. father, and was identified by a person named Hiss is ie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , aged 8 months. On the 21st inst in his B*rd year, Mr. B. Cole, ot the Manor House, Little Wenham. On the 21st inst., at South Norwood, aged 38 Thos Reynolds, M.K.C.S., third surviving '*£ 0 f the late Subscribers-only content

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    to Dedham, Great and Little Wenham, and Raydon, on Tuesday, tbe oth of August. The party will start from Manningtree Station and return to Raydon Station. There is a fine old hall at Little Wenham wbich is the special object Subscribers-only content

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    BURY, NOVEMBER 25. MARRIED. At Haverhill, Stbphbn Cornell, eldest son oi Mr J. Pa.sk. miller, of Haverhill, to Maria, daughter of Mr. G. Philips, farm bailiff, Haverhill. On the 15th inst., at St. John's, in this town, Cn*s. Thomas, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 >q. Boulgc Clay ' Thomas, Bury Keer William, di to Smy the Tos. Burch, esq. Sproi'ghton Cook Robert, Little Wenham Kt-ppeD Frederick, esq. Cowlinge Sadler Montague, esq. Ip-iwku Clubbe James, Earl Soham Kelly James, esq. Bury Schuldham WiLHor:-., Morlcsford Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for 7 years. Jonathan Cole, convicted of stealing 16 bushels of oats in the chaff, from Thos. Rushbrook, of Little Wenham, was also sentenced to 7 years' transportation:; and .V m. Martle, for the same offence, to be imprisoned 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ipswich, was married to MissC.Cook, of Little Wenham. Monday last Mr. Robt. Thompson, brewer, of Norwich, and late of Cambridge, was mar- ried to Miss Susan Crick, of this town. Last week the iisth regiment of Light Dra- goons marched Subscribers-only content

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    Samuel Robert Pocklington, Knt. Chellesworth and Furncux Clarke John Sit Richard Bedingfield, Bart. Bedingfield Cooper Edward Robert Cooke, Gent. Little Wenham, Vaux, and Jermyns Coe Charles Dame Ann Henniker Stoke Hall with Thorpe Carter Edward Abraham Reeve, Gent. Kersey fCulford, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thomas Green, Esq. Fawcons and Wathersdale in Laxfield Collett John Bailiffs of Dunwich Dunwich Cooper Edward Robert Cooke, Gent. Little Wenham, Vaux, and Jermyns _ „ „ . .„.,,. »„. ,„ r> * fDennies with Sackvilles Rents, Bunwalls and Coates Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Contract, a very desirable ESTATE, part Freehuld and part Copy- hold, si:i-.ate in the parishes of Washbrook, Copdock, and Little Wenham, within two miles of Copdock White Kirn, on the turnpike road leading to London, and six miles from Ipswich Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    very JL desirable ESTA'I E, part Freehold and part Copy- hold, situate in the parishes of Washbrook, Copdock., and Little Wenham, within two miles of Ccpelock White Elm, on the turnpikeroad leading to London, and 6 miles from Ipswich; containing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Steward, (by the Rev. George Capper) charged with stealing a pig, the pro- perty of Mr. Snell Cooper, of Little Wenham. - J. Baldwin, j (by William Carthew, Esq.) charged with stealing a quantity j of harness from Mr. Wm Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of malt, destroyed by '.ire on the 2d of August. - John Weavers pleaded guiltyof stealing some beans at Little Wenham, and was sentenced to 3 months' imprisonment. George Scrivener, tiir stealing 2 bushels of onions from the garden of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    received from au officer of the West Suffolk constabulary, stationed at Little Wenham, that head- constable Downes, of the Colchester borough police, proceeded on Wednesday to Little Wenham, where he saw the prisoner, who was living at home with her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pri- soner, at Billericay, in Essex. The Charge of Child Murder at Colchester.- On Thursday, Eliza Ann Cheverton, of Little Wenham, Suffolk, was brought up on remand at the Town-hall, Colchester, charged on suspicion with causing the death of her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the county of Suffolk ; Sproughton, Bramford, Bel- stead, Burshall, Washbrook, Copdock, Hintlesham, Chattisham, Aldham, Hadley, Layham, Radon, Little Wenham, Great Wenham, Shelley, Highiro, Holton, Polstead, Stratford, Raydon, or some of them, all in the county of Suffolk; Langham, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    place. Same day, Mr. Robert Rist, of Wenham Hall, to Eliza Ann, youngest daughter of Mr. Snell Cooper, of Little Wenham Ledge. Same day, Mr. Robert Eastaugh, farmer, of Carlton, to Anno Maria, youngest daughter of Mr. James Pain, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wise Holton Saint Mary, Great Wenham, Raydon other- wise Rayden Saint Mary otherwise Kovdon otherwise Roydon Saint Mary, Aldliam. Little Wenham, Boxford, l.indsey, Groton, Whatlield otherwise Wh< atfield, Elmsett, Nedging, Naughton, Bildeston otherwise Bilson, Hitcham, Milden otherwise Milding, Kettil- barston Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wise Holton Saint Mary, Great Wenham, Raydon other- wise Rayden Saint Mary otherwise Roydon otherwise Roydon Saint Mary, Aldliam, Little Wenham, Boxford, Lindsey, Groton, Whatfield otherxvise Wheatfield, Elmsett, Nedging, Naugbton, Bildeston otherxvise Bilson, Hitcham, Milden otherwise Milding, Kettil- barston otherwise Subscribers-only content

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