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    General Index, P, Q, R, 01 January 1696-31 December 1696

    Richard Susanna W., letters from Palmes , Mr Pansey , John Pantalarea , Island of Pantzar , John George Panworth Hall , manor of, co. Norfolk Paper money benefits of Papillon , Mr. Papists , execution of the laws against Subscribers-only content British History Online

    Henry VIII, May 1514, 21-31, 01 May 1514-31 May 1514

    . ] 63 . Sir Thomas Boleyn. Grant, for life, of the manors or lordships of Saham Tony, Nekton, Panworth Hall and Cressingham Parva, and the hundreds of Waylond and Grymmeshowe, Norf., at an annual rent of 71 l . British History Online

    William III, April 1696, 01 April 1696-30 April 1696

    Hastings, Bintree, Kempston, Longham alias Longham Hall, Gunston Prior, Watlington, Martham, Mooregraves, Knightles, Neales alias Lucas, North Elmham, Nowers, Panworth Hall, Peake Hall, Sparham, Stewkhall, Beeston, Wellingham West, Lexham, Wessenham, Northhall, Kipton, Feltham Monks alias Felthams and Monks, Tittleshall, Hill Subscribers-only content British History Online

    Henry VIII, April 1540, 21-30, 21 April 1540-30 April 1540

    of the King's privy chamber. To be chief steward of the lordships or manors of Saham alias Saham Tony, Panworth Hall and Cressingham Parva and the hundreds of Weylond and Grymshowe, Norf., parcel of Warwykes lands, now in the King's British History Online

    HOGAN (HUGGEN, HUGGINS), Thomas (by 1521-86), of East Bradenham, Norf.

    Admiral Seymour. Although in the late 1540s he had sold some of his inheritance Hogan acquired other properties including Panworth Hall in Norfolk.[footnote]Hogan may have owed his return for Shoreham (where his name and that of his fellow Francis Shirley History of Parliament

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Freehold, and the remainder (including the Farm-house and Out- buildings) are Copyhold of the several Manors of Saham Toney, Panworth Hall, and Uphall Collards and Games, in Ashili. - Fine Certain. Land-tax £0 0 0 Quit-rent- Saham Toney £() _ Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    estate is freehold, wiih the exception of about IOJ acre . which is copyhold of the manor of ! Panworth Hall, fine certain of only ls. per acre, and therefore quite equal in value to freehold. I The property may Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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