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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colleges Jesus , Bury St Edmunds

    Colleges Jesus , Bury St Edmunds COLLEGES 64. THE COLLEGE OF JESUS, BURY ST. EDMUNDS A college was founded at Bury in 1480 by John Smyth , esquire, a wealthy burgess, as a residence for certain chantry priests presided over

    Hospitals St Petronilla , Bury St Edmunds

    Hospitals St Petronilla , Bury St Edmunds 49. THE HOSPITAL OF ST . PETRONILLA, BURY ST. EDMUNDS Near to the hospital of St. John , or 'Domus Dei,' out of the south gate, stood the hospital of St. Petronilla, or

    Townships Bury

    Townships BuryBURY Biri, 1194; Buri, 1212; Bury, 1227, and usual; Byry, 1292; Bery, 1323. The township of Bury lies principally in the narrow tongue of land between the Irwell and the Roch , stretching north for over 4 miles

    Hospitals St Nicholas , Bury St Edmunds

    Hospitals St Nicholas , Bury St Edmunds 47. THE HOSPITAL OF ST . NICHOLAS, BURY ST. EDMUNDS The hospital of St. Nicholas stood a short distance without the east gate. The establishment consisted of a master, a chaplain, and several

    Franciscan friars Bury St Edmunds

    Franciscan friars Bury St Edmunds 37. THE FRANCISCAN FRIARS OF BURY ST. EDMUNDS In the year 1238 both the Dominicans and the Franciscan friars endeavoured to establish themselves at Bury ; but the legate Otho was then at the great

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a ddichon fod yn rhwymyn undeb am y blaid yn y Ty Uchaf. Mae rhywrai yn siarad am Arglwydd MALMES- BURY eto i'r anrhydedd, ond rby brin yr ydym yn creda y disgyna y fantell arno; ac yn wir, ni Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6vobiabaut Mjthur-ad. Gesyd y -Daily News allan ynfydrwydl yY ddeddt sydd yn atal i *r briodi chwaer gwraig o drancedig, drwy adrodd hanes y gyfraith sydd yn C gwahardd hyny. I fyny hyd y flwyddyn ?8835 b yr oedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PRENTIS. YT 1 XN y GROCERY Lin. Dylai d g Idda., ac o 14 i l5:.oed.-YmoegA' ,U OwiEN, Tea and Confectionery..Estgiabahmnt, 2, Bridge-Street, Carnarvon.' ILAND1IDD RL DVYAN- BUFTON,. Amp- n-:' e . gs toiu.. .124 form his friends, that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SAMUEL WILBERFORCE, Esgob Winchester; ac a ymhen ychydig oriau bu farw hefyd ei wrth- wynebwr penaf, y ffraethlym Arglwydd WEST- BURY. Y mae yn hen arferiad, er dyddiau PLUTARCH hyd heddyw, i ha neswyr ysgrifenu ar historical parallels, a desgrifio Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BURY PORT. nbuaml runn.. GIWLEFD JFLYNYDDOL YSGOL SABBOTHOL BETHAWL, |-Prydnawn dydd Sadwrn, y l9fed cynfisol, mwynha. odd aelodau a chyfeillion yr Ysgol Sabbothol yn y lle uehod, eu gwyl de dvnyddol,a chafoddpawb eugwalaap yr oedd yn ngweddill. Ar ol Subscribers-only content

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

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    K. Henry. 8. Kerby and Roger Clarke of Mendelsham, Martyrs.

    and Martyrdome of Kerby.D. Rughā Monke of Bury preached at the burning of Kerby.There was also standyng in the galery by the Lord Wentworth, D. Rugham, whiche was before a Mōke of Bury and Sexten of the house, hauyng on

    Actes and Monumentes of the Churche.

    was geuen vpon them both. Kyrby to be burned in the said towne the nexte Saterdaye after, and Roger to be burned at Bury þe gang munday after. Whē his iudgement was geuē by the Lorde Wentworthe, then Kyrby wythmoste

    Queene Mary. Three Martyrs burned at Bury. Persecution in Excester.

    Martyrs burned at Bury. Persecution in Excester.1558. Nouemb.with earnest zeale, nothyng fearing to speake theyr cōscience when they were commaunded to the contrary.Gouch and Alice Driuer brought to the stake.These two godly persons beyng come to the place where the

    K. Henr. 8. The condemnation of Kirbye and Roger Clarke. Kirby burned.

    Lawe is. Then was Kerby and Roger sent forth: Kerby to prison there, Roger sent to Bury to be burned.& Roger to saynt Edmundes Bury. The one of the two brusting out with a loud voyce (Roger as it is

    Book 6, page 1758 (1563)

    he was sent to Bury prison, and from thence to the Counsell, & then into the Fleete, and so hee lay in prison from the beginning of haruest till it was nygh Christmas, & he sayd God gaue him such

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BURY, Robert.

    BURY, Robert. Constituency Dates Rochester Mar. 1416 Ofifces Held Unidentified.

    BURY, John (by 1478-1522/23), of Cambridge.

    BURY, John (by 1478-1522/23), of Cambridge. Constituency Dates Cambridge 1512 Ofifces Held Alderman, Cambridge 1509-d.; j.p. 1509-?d.; mayor 1510-11, 1517-19; commr. gaol delivery 1512, 1514, 1520, subsidy 1512, 1514, 1515. Biography John Bury was admitted to the freedom of Cambridge

    BURY (BERRY), Anthony (by 1505-55), of Braunton and Combe Martin, Devon.

    was to sit with Bury for Barnstaple, and Pollard, who married a distant kinswoman of Bury’s, was younger brother to the recorder of Barnstaple and himself a future knight of the shire for Devon.[footnote]To such connexions Bury could add the

    BURY, Thomas (b. ?1709), of Colliton, Devon.

    BURY, Thomas (b. ?1709), of Colliton, Devon. Constituency Dates Newport 1741 1754 Biography Bury was returned for Newport by his brother-in-law, Sir William Morice. As a Tory he was not re-nominated by Humphry Morice, who succeeded to the Morice estates

    WHITE, Richard I, of Bury St. Edmunds, Suff. and Norwich, Norf.

    WHITE, Richard I, of Bury St. Edmunds, Suff. and Norwich, Norf. Constituency Dates Norwich Sept. 1397 Ofifces Held Treasurer, Norwich Mich. 1391-2; bailiff 1393-4, 1399-1400; sheriff 1411-12. Biography White had originally been a burgess of Bury St. Edmunds. Accused of

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    TRANS.CP.1783/2

    Location: Bury (Lancashire) Place(s): Bury(Bury) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: JamesLancashire [Lancashire] Role: appellant Details: male; Gentleman Location: Bury (Lancashire) Place(s): Bury(Bury) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: JohnRamsbotham [Ramsbottom] Role: appellant Details: male Location: Bury (Lancashire) Place(s): Bury(Bury) :

    TEST.CP.1856/1

    Hodder Robert Esquire; Daughter of Richard Walker Participant: Richard Walker [Walker] Role: testator Details: male; Esquire; Widower Location: Bury (Lancashire) Place(s): Bury(Bury) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Richard Walker [Walker] Role: defendant Details: male; Esquire; Son of Richard Walker Participant:

    CHANC.CP.1847/2

    Bury(Bury) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Jane Newbald [Newbold] Role: witness Details: male; 62; Widow Location: Bury (Lancashire) Place(s): Spring (Springs) : undefined Participant: William Dutson [Dutson] Role: witness Details: male; 42 Employment: Blacksmith Location: Bury (Lancashire) Place(s): Bury

    CP.I.2673

    Gentleman Location: Bury (Lancashire) Place(s): Bury(Bury) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: JohnRamsbotham [Ramsbottom] Role: appellant Details: male Location: Bury (Lancashire) Place(s): Bury(Bury) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: RobertKay [Kay] Role: appellant Details: male Location: Bury (Lancashire) Place(s): Bury(Bury) :

    CP.G.3550

    Participant: Helen Hemmingway [Hemyngway] Alternate name: Helen Oldfield [Oldfeld] Alternate name: Helen Longbotham [Longbothome] Role: defendant Details: female Location: Bury (Lancashire) Place(s): Heywood (Hayworth) : chapelry Location: Chester (Cestrem) : diocese Location: Bury (Lancashire) Place(s): Bury(Bury) : ecclesiastical parish

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Egerton Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1392 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Stanley Arms Hotel, Stanley Street, Bury, Lancashire 1872

    Prince Edwin's Lodge

    (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 171 Lodge Number (A2): B Lodge Number (1814): 209 Lodge Number (1832): 150 Lodge Number (1863): 128 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Bridge Inn, Bolton Street, Bury, Lancashire 1803

    Lodge of Relief

    Bury, Lancashire 1769 Boar's Head, Moor Side, Bury, Lancashire 1781 Swan with Two Necks, Moor Side, Bury, Lancashire 1790 Hare and Hounds, Bolton Street, Bury, Lancashire 1809 Albion Hotel, Hayrnarket Street, Bury, Lancashire 1874 Grey Mare Hotel, Market Street,

    Lodge of Temperance

    Lodge of Relief,'' No. 40 [No. 118, of 3 July 1733], 22 January 1786. Was kept on List until 1788, and Erased 11 February 1789. Meeting Places Red Lion, Fleet Street, Bury, Lancashire 1770 Boar's Head, Moorside, Bury, Lancashire 1781

    Prince of Wales' Lodge

    Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1012 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Town Hall, Market Street, Bury, Lancashire 1864 Derby Hotel, Market Street, Bury, Lancashire 1864

 

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