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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cluniac monks The priory of Bromholm

    in fifty-six No rfolk and sixteen Suffolk parishes. Pope Celestine in 1295 confirmed to the priory the appropriated churches of Bacton , Keswick , Paston , Witton , and Dilham . 5 The Valor of 1535 estimated the clear annual

    Colne Engaine Manors Hills monument in Colne Park , in 1999

    before 1086 to Terry's brother Walter the Deacon. With Terry's other lands, including Witnesham (Suff.) it passed to Walter of Bacton . 78 In 1286 Walter of Colchester and his wife Joan conveyed to the bishop of Norwich the service

    Bethnal Green Building and Social Conditions after 1945 Social and Cultural Activities BETHNAL GREEN: HOUSING ESTATES c . 1986

    Green estate and, to the east, the 14-storeyed Bacton Tower (52 flats) opened at the junction of Roman and Globe roads. Designed by Yorke, Rosenberg & Mardall and built by Wates, Bacton Tower was the first fully industrialized block built

    Parishes High Wycombe

    his 'capital messuage' and land called Ashwells on the occasion of his marriage with Ann daughter of William Prettiman of Bacton , co. Suffolk . 372 She retained Ashwells for life according to the terms of this settlement, and in

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    Edm., Hen., John (fl. 1340), John (fl. 1576), Margaret, Margery, m. Wm. de Molyns, Ric., Thos. and his w. Denise, Bacton , Walt. of, Badcock, John, Ric., family, Bagerowke , John, Stephen, Baghett , Sam., rector of Fordham , Baglehole

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 3 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    Highness's Birth; beneficial to her Kinsfolk and Countrymen, charitable to the Poor, insomuch thay she gave to the Poor of Bacton and Newton in Herefordshire seven Score Bushels of Wheat and Rye yearly for ever, with divers Sums of Money

  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, 1614, 01 January 1614-31 December 1614

    Bacton aforesaid. The said Robert sold to Thomas Mannygne the tops and heads of certain oaks, ashes and elms which he removed and disposed to his own use. Notwithstanding, one Simon Ballard, clerk, rector of the parish church of

    Index, B

    co. Suffolk, 116. Bacon , Sir Nicholas, Lord Keeper ( d . 1579), his portrait at Salisbury House, 250, 428. Bacton (Beighton), co. Suffolk, 15, 16. Baduley , Thomas, 361. Bagg , Sir James, of Plymouth, Vice-Admiral of North Cornwall,

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    Grasshopper , one of Earl of Salisbury's racehorses called, 166. Grave , George, of London, 253. Gravel Pit (Gravill Pytt), Bacton, co. Suffolk, close of land called, 16. Graveley (Gravely), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia

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    456(2), 457(3). Manners , Thomas, 1st Earl of Rutland ( d . 1543), mentioned, 292. Manning (Mannynge), Thomas, tailor, of Bacton (Beighton), co. Norfolk, sued for nonpayment of tithes, 15. Manningham , John, of Tewin, co. Herts, wardship of his

    Index, U, Z

    of Bohemia within parish of, 127. Worms (Wormes) [Germany ] , Ansbach's forces plan to camp at, 121. Worshipps , Bacton, co. Suffolk, close of land called, 16. Worsley , Sir Richard, of Appuldurcombe, Godshill, co. Hants, names of his

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PRETYMAN, Sir John, 1st Bt. (c.1612-76), of Loddington, Leics.

    of first fruits and tenths Aug. 1660-3. Biography Pretyman was descended from a Suffolk family which had held land in Bacton since 1361, but his father moved to Gloucestershire in the reign of James I. Pretyman was appointed to the

    VAUGHAN, Sir Roger (by 1522-71), of Porthaml, Talgarth, Brec.

    the Earl of Pembroke.[footnote]Vaughan’s father had acquired the wardship of the coheirs of Henry Miles alias Parry of Newcourt in Bacton, Herefordshire (brother-in-law to John Vaughan II); Sir Roger Vaughan evidently used this as one of his residences for it

    FENN, Hugh atte (d.1409), of Great Yarmouth, Norf.

    from the ailing Richard Ellis in 1392. Outside the town, he owned lands on the coast, to the north at Bacton and to the south at Corton in Suffolk, as well as further inland at Bradwell.[footnote] By his will, made

    GROOS, Oliver (bef.1372-1448), of Sloley, Norf.

    steward of certain of the estates of Michael de la Pole, 2nd earl of Suffolk, in presiding over courts at Bacton (Suffolk) on the earl’s behalf, and it seems likely that he had already been retained as one of de

    WINGFIELD, Sir William (c.1326-1398), of Cotton and Dennington, Suff.

    subsequently also possessed of manors in Cotton and Stradbroke as well as substantial holdings at Newton Gipping, Mendlesham, Finningham and Bacton, all of which were situated in the same part of the county. He extended his territorial interests into Norfolk

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hut qoey, fiorb the adages, such as " out of the frying-pan? atd o On? The Rev. Mr. Barker, of Bacton, has given notice to some of his pa- ;Isbiorlers, that he will not spree with them for their tithes, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the imputation, or die. The following Saturday was appointed for the purpose, and a mait called Tom Wilden, of Bacton parish, near by, was named for his companion The story now got more wind, and hundreds of peophefrom all Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Canler, who has offered 501. for the offender's apprehension; and another on the farming pre- mises of Mr Easlea, of Bacton, where damage was effected to a large extent. A bad spirit was manifested by many of the agricultural labourers Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. We find it diffinlll to say how much we have been charmed "The Authoress of 'Mary Bacton' has added another wreatl and alletd by this book. We rank it with the most befautiful to her literary Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or ten days, and it was adjourned accord- ingly.' SnocauxG MURDEa AT BAcToN RrECTOwY.-On Sunday morning a most brutal murder was committed at the Rectory house at Bacton, a secluded village, about six miles from Stowmarket, in the county of Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    Et hoc nullatenus omittatis. T\ ut s\ ConS bfia dirigunf subscript sub eadem data vidett Robto Bealknap. Magro Thome de Bacton ciico. Wifto de Skipwytft. David Hannemere. Roglo de Fulthorp. Magro Johi Barnet ctico. Robto de Plesyngtoii capitali Magro Johi Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    Altissimo valeamus p quod siimptus ac census & expensas Johi Holt. Magro Thome de Bacton ctico. inestimabiles efFundere nos oportet. Verum quia ad ipo& onSum Wilto de Burgh. Magro Johi de Waltham ctico. & sumptuu supportacoem absq, maximo juvamine fideliu Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    Angl primati. J. ep'o Hereford. Rofeto Bealknap. Wilto de Skipwytti. Rogo de Fulthorp. Johi Holt. Wiiio de Burgh. Magro Thome Bacton ciico. David Hannemere. Magro Johi Barnett ciico. Wal?o Cloptofi. Johi Lokton. R.epo London. W. epo Wynton. Th. epo Elien. Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    Februaf px futuf convocand. T'. ut supa. Cons bfia dirigunf subscf sub eadem dat vidett VVitto de Skipwith. Magro Thome Bacton ctico. Rogo de Fulthorp. Magro Johi Barnet ctico. Johi Holt. Wal?o Clopton. Wiito de Burgb. Wifto Thirnyng. JohiCarycapitalibaronidescacio. Wilto Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1829, 3 March 1829

    Newton, in the County of Suffolk, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Bacton: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Minister, Churchwardens and other Inhabitants of the Parish of Bacton, in the County of Suffolk, whose Names are there¬ unto subscribed: Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Francisci Cocksedge, 24/4/1722

    Cocksedge Forename Francisci Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 24/4/1722 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Bacton// OTHER INFORMATION Source NRO, DN/REG/21:29 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Green, Thomas/Norwich 1721- 1723 Comment Personal union established withGislingham (office unknown).

    Henrici ffrancis, 4/10/1711

    Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname ffrancis Forename Henrici Title Mr Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 4/10/1711 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Bacton// OTHER INFORMATION Source NRO, DN/REG/21:29 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Trimnell, Charles/Norwich 1708- 1721 Comment

    George John Aufrere, 26/5/1823

    Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Aufrere Forename George John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 26/5/1823 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Bacton// OTHER INFORMATION Source NRO, DN/REG/26:33 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bathurst, Henry/Norwich 1805- 1837 Comment

    Thomas Higgins, 13/1/1802

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Higgins Forename Thomas Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 13/1/1802 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Bacton// OTHER INFORMATION Source HCRO, CA19/1 (Episcopal Register) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Butler, John/Hereford 1788- 1802 Comment

    John Higgins, 5/12/1818

    DETAIL Surname Higgins Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 5/12/1818 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Bacton// OTHER INFORMATION Source HCRO, CA19/2 (Episcopal Register) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Huntingford, George Isaac/Hereford 1815- 1832 Comment

 

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