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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, D, 01 January 1710-31 December 1710

    advanced to, 247. Das Minas, Marquis, 394. Dashwood , Sir Robert, petition for rents in Nottinghamshire, 568. Dassingham . See Dersingham. Datchet , co. Bucks., road opened between Colnbrook and, 301. Datchet Bridge, building of, issue for, 331. D'audibert D'Lussan.

    Index, D

    Lancs, 978. Dereham , West, Westderham [Norf. ] , abbot and convent of, 647 (vi). Derlegh , Derley. See Darley. Dersingham , Dorsyngham, Norf., manor, 108, 112. -, Old Hall [ alias Brook Hall ] manor in, 108, 112. Dertmouth. Subscribers-only content

    Index, D, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    226 (8). -, Thos., I. 436 (f. 41). Darscott . See Arschot. Darsey . See Darcy. Darsyngham , Norf. See Dersingham. Dartenall , Mrs., II. 546 (p. 303). Dartenton . Devon. See Dartington. Dartford (Dertford), Kent. I. g. 623 (92),

    Index, D, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    Receivers-General of, 554, 556, 630. -, -, Sheriffs of, 127, 429, 596. Derry , Bishop of, Rundle Thomas, Downes Henry. Dersingham (Norfolk) , 624. Derwentwater Estates , 235. -, -, accounts of, 87, 175, 566. -, -, act for application

    Warrants for Minor Appointments, 1738, 05 January 1738-21 December 1738

    in Marshland, at 50 l. per an.; Richard Marriot to be established a riding officer on the east side of Dersingham, to ride to Lynn on one side and Heacham on the other; John Laws to be established a riding

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Stephani Beamont, 2/4/1705

    Beamont Forename Stephani Title Mr Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 2/4/1705 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Dersingham// OTHER INFORMATION Source NRO, DN/REG/21:28 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Moore, John/Norwich 1691- 1707 Comment This entry is followed by

    Thomas Kerrick, 8/12/1828

    Kerrick Forename Thomas Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 8/12/1828 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Dersingham// OTHER INFORMATION Source NRO, DN/REG/26:33 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bathurst, Henry/Norwich 1805- 1837 Comment Collated and Instituted by the

    Thomas Gill, 2/4/1705

    Forename Thomas Title clerk Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 2/4/1705 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Dersingham// OTHER INFORMATION Source NRO, DN/REG/21:28 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Moore, John/Norwich 1691- 1707 Comment This entry is followed by

    John Dolignon, 18/4/1814

    Forename John Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 18/4/1814 Office/Status Stipendiary Curate Clerical Status Location Dersingham// OTHER INFORMATION Source NRO, DN/CUR/3 (Curates Licences etc) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bathurst, Henry/Norwich 1805- 1837 Comment Stipend forty pounds

    Edward Hogg, 20/1/1814

    Forename Edward Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 20/1/1814 Office/Status Stipendiary Curate Clerical Status Location Dersingham// OTHER INFORMATION Source NRO, DN/CUR/3a (Curates Licences etc) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bathurst, Henry/Norwich 1805- 1837 Comment Stipend forty pounds

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1, AprIl 29:ait 2, atBankrupts ; Court. Sol;, Hall, B~inghall Street;; off. asaig., 'hitmore, Basinglly' MATTIIEW BAMmoIDGE, King's Lynn and Dersingham, Norfolk,. carpenter March 31 and April 29 at 2, at Bankrupts' Court. Sols,, Chilton. andBurton, -hancery Lane, and Couton. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    telegraph station, Then we are told of the long, cold drive-to Lynn, of the stono-covered floor of the "Cock," at Dersingham, on which the writer apparently bad to stand whilst making arrangements with his scouts, and we are not even Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    take in the general re- I joicings, and the result was that in King's Lynn and the two villages of Dersingham. and Wolferton, which lie nearest the Royal residence, a considerable amount of taste was displayed in the way of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gun, a 12-pounder breechlonder, ' came with the detachment, and after it Was d- t trained the men rode to Dersingham, where they remained for the night., It boa now been arranged ] that the Prince and Princess of Wales Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    engaged in the service of the r House of Commons. 5 The wife of JoHn Ricees, market gardener, at I Dersingham, situated on the Norfolk estate of the c Prince of WVArns, murdered two of her children, r aged respectively Subscribers-only content

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