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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ardeley

    street of Cromer lies on the road from Walkern to Rushden . It has its own church and a hall, now converted into two cottages, and is surrounded by its own common arable fields. To the south is Cromer Farm,

    Parishes Farnborough

    and in 1902 it was sold by his representative to the Rev. William F. T. Hamilton , M.A., vicar of Cromer (co. Norf.), the present patron. The patronage of St. Mark's Church, in the Alexandra Road , erected in 1881

    Parishes Gayhurst

    issue in 1830 Gayhurst reverted under the terms of her father's will to a distant relative, George Thomas Wyndham of Cromer , 77 who died soon afterwards. 78 His son George, who was allowed to use the surname of Wright

    South Mimms Other estates

    the king's physician, Walter Cromer , and his wife Alice . 19 In 1555 Gannok, Old House field, and Chantry mead were given in custody to Thomas Hewys, one of the queen's physicians, who had married Cromer 's widow, Alice.

    Hitchin Priory church and charities

    Elizabeth Radcliffe purchased land for the poor, which now consists of 2 acres at Standhill Common and 2 acres called Cromer 's Close, producing £7 a year, and £61 16 s . 2 d . consols, representing accumulations of income.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr enr gwir- ''iou ~;Gatedrl lla, pa d y82, e byadS epi iza YfEW*, aphas ..yliraet. ex W yrnoii Poneddigin, Cromer . .rsonau prhOnD03!Ibnn C, 8dyded)ig renh 1'5gtedd '~y e h Wai yi ui, mensmi m9lyp. iSddp e n 61 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cisian y swm, a pha fodd yr ad-delir.Axngauer amien wedi ei llythyrnodi am ateliad i MR. WILLIAM HARD X, 76 Cromer 5treet, LONDON. W. C. Sefydledig er's 40 mlynedd. -DEADY-MONEY ACCOMMODATION-Persons .l of any trade orprofession,maleor female residentin London or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cemmaes. JAMES -JONES.-Ar y 5ed cyfisol, yn Jewin NeWY: Llundain, gan y Parch. J. E. Davies, M.A., Mr. jo- James, Cromer St., a Miss Anne Jones, BuPckingham Palace Road, LlMundain. JONES-JOns.-Ar y 4ydd cyfisol, yn nghapel y MIetj, odistiaid, Llanwrtyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gerald e Portal ar Uganda. Dygwyd y llyfr allan dan e olygiad Mr. Rennell Rodd, gyda rhagarweiniad ( gan Arglwydd Cromer. Ar wahan i'w bwysig- f rwydd gwleidyddol ar yr adeg bresenol, mae y i llyfr gyda'r pwysicaf a ysgrifenwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gael ei sicrhau gan Arglwycld Cromer fed pobpeth yn dawel yn yr Aifft, daeth yr adroddiad fod y yn yr Aifft. Llywodraeth wedi penderfynu anfon ymgyrch filwrol yn erbyn Ir llwythau gelyniaethus yn y Soudan. Y ihesymnau a roddir dros Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    30 March 1743, 30 March 1743

    as were delivered in at the Bar of this Houfe, upon Oath, at the Appellant's Expence: Ds. Hardwickc, Cancellarius. Ds. Cromer, C. P. S. Dux Portland. Comes Northampton. Comes Shaftesbury. Comes Home. Comes Portmore. Comes Hay. Comes Oxford. Comes Harborow-h. Subscribers-only content

    4 August 1746, 4 August 1746

    20 Geo. II. Journals of the Houfe of Lords, 631 D IE Lunse, 40 Augufti. Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales prasfentes fuerunt: Epus. Roffen. Epus. Exon. Epus. Landavenf. Epus. Afaphen. Ds. Hardwicke, Can- cellar ius. Dux Dorfet, Prasfes. Comes Subscribers-only content

    28 February 1809, 28 February 1809

    " r pofes in the faid Petition mentioned : Upon reading the Petition of Katherine Partridge of poiesinreiai ¦- .y Cromer, in the Countv of Norfolk, Widow, and Relid h h Ordered, That the Confideration of the faid rf H Subscribers-only content

    29 March 1811, 29 March 1811

    Norfolk ; and to make and maintain the Road from " Aylßa?n to Cromer, and Part of the Road leading (c towards Wolerton, branching off from the Cromer " Road to the Eagle Inn in Erpingham, in the faid " Subscribers-only content

    1 April 1811, 1 April 1811

    to Aylfham, in " the County of Norfolk ; and to make and maintain the " Road from Aytßa7ii to Cromer, and Part of the Road " leading towards Wolerton, branching oft" from the " Cremer Road to the Eagle Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Baring Lodge

    36 Cromer Road, Sheringham, Norfolk, England 1995 Red Lion Hotel, Cromer, Norfolk, England 1930 Royal Cromer Hotel, Newhaven Court, Cromer, Norfolk, England 1929 East Cliff Hotel, Cromer, Norfolk, England 1921 Hotel Metropole, Cromer, Norfolk, England 1917 The Cliftonville, Cromer, Norfolk,

 

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