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You searched for: Place: "South Runcton"

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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, T

    Thorpe [next Haddiscoe, Norf. ] , 639. Thorpe Stapleton [in Whitkirk ] , Yorks, 454. Thorpland , Thorplond [in South Runcton ] , Norf., 737. Thorrell. See Torell. Thounderesley. See Thundersley. Thrale , William, 595. Thrandeston [Suff. ] , 888. Subscribers-only content

    Index, H,I

    , Suff. [manor ] , 766. Holloway , Holwey [in Islington ] , Middx., 500. Holmbyght (? Holme in South Runcton), Norf., 737. Holmcultram , Holme [Cumb. ] , abbot of. See Chamber, R. Holme , Holmes, John, 625, 833. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    canons is, that their position is uncomfort- able, and that Canon WnAY, as we have seen, runs away from Manchester and its bishop on the first opportunity, regardless of the scandal his flight to South Runcton brings on the church. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    canonries L in the cathedral of this parish; the Rev. C. D. Wray has isaccepted the -valuable rectory Of South Runcton, in the county of Norfolk; and the Rev. R. C. Clifton has expressed his intention to retire from Manchestef Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    canons of Manchester compelling non- residence, viz., Uie incumbency of St. Bees by Dr. Parkinson ; Uie rectory of South Runcton, by the ltev. C. D . Wray ; and a living in Uie county of Oxford, by tbe Rev. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C. D. Wray, formerly of Brasenose Col- lege, canon of Manchester, has been instituted to ibe rec- tory of South Runcton, witb Home and Wallington, Nor- folk. Patron, R Peel, Esq. Value, £595 ; population, 489. Trinity Church, Preston.- On Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Kirby Cane ; 4, Loddon and Brooke ; 7, Fakenham ; 8, Swaffham and Stoke Ferry ; 9, South Runcton and Fincham ; 10, Hilgay and Denver ; 11, Outwell and Welney ; 15, Syderstone and North Creek ; Subscribers-only content

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