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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Boycodeswade, Coxford

    Hospitals Boycodeswade, Coxford 68. THE HOSPITAL OF BOYCODESWADE, COXFORD 1 The hospital of Boycodeswade, in the parish of East Rudham , was founded by Harvey Beleth about the year 1181, for the support of twelve poor persons, with a secular

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Coxford

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Coxford 25. THE PRIORY OF COXFORD William Cheney founded a priory of Austin Canons, temp . Stephen, in the church of St. Mary , East Rudham . About the beginning of the reign

    Houses of Benedictine nuns Priory of Bungay

    of St. Cross, Bungay , a commission of inquiry was issued in February, 1299 , as to Robert, prior of Coxford , with various men, carrying away her goods at Roughton and Thorpe Market , county Norfolk , and assaulting

    House of Trinitarian canons The priory of Ingham

    because of their bargain, dated 24 December, 1534 , with William Woodhouse . Woodhouse had appeared before the commissioners at Coxford , and alleged that Ingham was outside the statute, for it was a house of Crossed Friars and not.

    RELIGIOUS HOUSES Introduction

    to the following January, when we know that he visited the houses of Wymondham , and St. Benet-at- Holme , Coxford , Creake, and Castle Acre , and probably many others. It is clear that he found the monasteries on

  • * British History Online *

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    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, Middlesex, St Dunstan Stepney, The Hamlet of Ratcliffe, Broad Street

    1.20 100.00 Hall , Willaim 2.80 14.00 2.40 200.00 Hoare , Edward 5.40 27.00 1.20 100.00 Comment: See note 48/21. Coxford , John 1.60 8.00 0.00 0.00 Browne , George 1.00 5.00 0.00 0.00 Howard , - (Mrs) 1.00 5.00

    Index, C

    South , Yorks, 1226. Cox (Cocks), John, 562 (p. 220). - (Cokkes), Ric., 763. Coxford (Coxworthe, Kockesforth) priory, Norf., 364 (p. 143), 563, 1238. Coxworthe. See Coxford. Crabhouse (Crabbehouse) nunnery, 364 (p. 144), 563, 1238. -, prioress of. See Studefelde,

    Index, J, K

    Edw., 97, 979. -, Harry, 865, 870 1, 1222. -, Sir Henry, 177. -, Tho masian, 979. Kockesforth . See Coxford. Konysbie . See Conyngsby. Koppenhagen . See Copenhagen. Koward , John, 318. Kybby castle (now Holyhead), provostship of, 433.

    Index, C

    -, abbot of. See Pulton, Robt. Cokeyn , Fras., 580 (p. 235). -, Sir Thos., g. 1217 (23). Cokeysford. See Coxford. Cokkett , Edw., 213. Cokyn. See Cokeyn. Colchester , Essex, 580 (p. 234), 626, 671, 841, 1319: g. 519

    Cecil Papers, June 1607, 01 June 1607-30 June 1607

    ( 223. 10.) (2) Lease to Calibut Downing and Susan Bladwell of lands in Thurlow and Bradley, co. Suffolk, and Coxford alias Tony, in Grimston, Rydon and Cougham, co. Norfolk: parcel of the lands of William Bladwell, the King's ward,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    JENNEY, Christopher (by 1489-1542), of Great Cressingham, Norf.

    master of the hunt and nomination of two foresters there, but his efforts to gain monastic lands, including Binham and Coxford abbeys in Norfolk, seem to have been generally unsuccessful.[footnote]Jenney’s financial position might have improved after his marriage in 1542

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    read and approved. The deputations for this distriot ame Ea follow : Birmiegham and Shrewsbumr: J. W. Greeves, G. Scott, Coxford T. Nightingale. Macclesfield: B. Cox and J. Rhodes. IL Holmes was permnited to become a supernurerary I for one Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The recent rains enforced the necessity that existed for anr independent well supply. To siik the now artesian woll nt Coxford tire cominilcee 'had aiecopteil tire contract of Mossrs. Moathier aid Platt; of Ma;nchcster. Ho hoped and believed that before Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    City Grand Jury:- Musiss Ef. A. Day (forceman), H. WV. lBatson, F. N. I'aylis, Al. H. Baylis. C. E. Brettell;W, Coxford, IV. DI, Dyson, Wr. A. Firkins, S. S. Hano, .Herten, J. Hawten, Ef. A. Haywood, W. it, Riggs, J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C'. Midnall. ldgewuirr-rorid. P'addington, stationer. C. Abbott, Lower dmonltont, Middlesex, tmarket gardener. 'I. C. Ptrown. \ Vinchester, Srntbamrpton, bruider. I'. Coxford, lertford-rortt, l iddlesex, timber merchant. J Stronigetlrarin, Wialsall, Stafford, retail brewer. 1;. (i. Currie, florthyr Tvdvil, Glrmorgarn, drirper. 1M1. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Addiriell. Tadeaster. S esetries. , PyBeslt, tw-yca,-sold heifer, in cell. £3, air. U. Seilleh; Soid de., £1, ac r .I.Brernes, Coxford. 2 esntries. n l. i r er Bet5aroftoyas l tes.£.M.Quinton Clarke, Bultose; , sadl1liJ Sehnoe.WesllGag.2 entries. S 'en - Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Unknown, 20/3/1603

    Detail CCEd Record ID: 169466 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Unknown Forename Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 20/3/1603 Office/Status Stipendiary Curate Location Coxford// OTHER INFORMATION Source TNA, E179/44 (Clerical Subsidy records) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bancroft, Richard/London 1597- 1604 Comment

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