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    quantity of pigs, which were stowed in the hold, have arrived in safety. POISONING.-At the village of Hempnall, near Long Stratton (Norfolk), a man named Daynes, a carpenter, has been taken into custody, charged with having mixed arsenic in the Subscribers-only content

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    85th yeor, Mrs Elwell- On the 28th ult., in her 80th year, Mi s Blaydes-On the 23rd ult., at Long Stratton bt Mary, Norfolk, Major-General Jerrard, aged 85-On the 29th ult.. at Aibton road, St John's wood, W. H. Tatham, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Iotetnit ,Yr Wit c ory u e7 Y'r'Sirt, lower Brornipton, 31nan-; chester, pictree dler t -.' :1' ..'' Joh)4elfroy,. Long Stratton, Norfolk, bleeoleith, , . Char ot W11.fam. Gartl,' 11ailey, Yorkshire, latelv carrying on bushneaa as a tinner cWid brazier Subscribers-only content

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    County r Court judge to langiuage be was reported to have used in . court in reference to the Long Stratton Benefit Society, and in which he referred to Joseph Arch and his lot as "pests to society." Tics judge Subscribers-only content

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    twelve sections of comb-honev sere awarded to Messrs. Sills and Son, of iffington; Mr. H. B. Beswick, of Tibenham, Long Stratton, being second. The competition in the horse-shoeing classes was re- sumed yesterday morning at the four forgeseerected. The entries Subscribers-only content

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    REES, William (d.1410), of Tharston, Norf.

    The family of Rees was relatively obscure before William’s time. Probably the son of John Rees who lived at Long Stratton, he held a manor in the neighbouring parish of Tharston, some eight miles south of Norwich. To this he


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