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  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 6, page 1706 (1563)

    & be ioyful in the Lord. salute þe good widowes among you, with all the rest of the congregacion in Barfold, and Dedham, & Colchester.THis promise of his, beinge either not performed, for þt he might not thereto be permitted,

    Quene Mary. George King, Tho. Leyes, Iohn VVade, VV. Andrew, Rob. Samuell, Martyrs.

    word, who for his valiant and constant behauiour in his Sermōs, seemeth worthy of high admiratiō. He was Minister at Barfold in Suffolke, where he taught faythfully and fruitfully that flocke which the Lord had committed to his charge, so

    Q. Mary. Persecutiō in Northfolke. Robert Samuell, Anne Potten, Ioane Trunchfield.

    woorde, who for his valiant and constant behaueour in his sermons, seemeth worthy of high admiration. He was minister at Barfold in Suffolke, where he taught faithfully and fruitfully that flocke which the Lord had cōmitted to his charge, so

    Queene Mary. Examinations of Rafe Allerton, Martyr.

    and be ioyfull in the Lord. Salute the good widowes among you, with all the rest of the congregatiō in Barfold, & Dedham, & Colchester.This promise of his, beyng either not performed, for that he might not thereto be permitted,

    Q. Mary. Examinations of Rafe Allerton, Martyr.

    and be ioyful in the Lord. Salute the good widowes among you, with all the rest of the congregation in Barfold, and Dedham, and Colchester.This promise of his, beeyng either not performed, for that he might not thereto be permitted,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Bergholt Introduction West Bergholt c. 1880

    subject to increasing piecemeal inclosure. Many squatters built cottages on the south of the heath and the names Bard field, Barfold , or 'Barfel' used locally from the 16th to 19th centuries, may refer to that area. 22 No major

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    near Taradale. The lucky prospectors had to sink only 20 feet. Tbe quartz was crushed at Oliver's machine, on the Barfold Range*. - Mount Alexander Mail, November 23. -The 3d Dorset (Dorchester) Bifle Volunteers were on Wednesday but presented with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Henry Gubney, of Keswick Hall, Norfolk. The first conference of these Essex Ministers recorded in this book was held at Barfold (Bardfield ?) and Dr. Chapman, of Dedham, was mod.ra.or. The question of "the r'ght use of the Lorde's daie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Beaufort) mention is made of Dedham and Barfold as two neighbour towns. I would venture to conjecture that Barfold may signify East Bergholt. West Bergholt is even now known as Barfold by some of the " oldest inhabitants," and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    '• Thomas Brendeston, a rioh clothier, of Bergholt (commonly Barfold) in Suffolk," Sx. In the same article farther on the word Barfold is naed and not Bergholt Suffolk being inserted after Barfold dia- tingubhed thb aa East Bergholt Youn truly, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    " The Boroughbridgeuhire harriers to-morrow, at Roecliffe ; Friday at »ork Gate. ' ' Colonel Wyndham's hounds on Wednesday, at Barfold : Friday at Ball 8 Hut. " The Torquay harriers on Friday, at Barton Cross. The Sinnington hounds to-morrow, Subscribers-only content

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