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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BARBER, Nicholas, of Dunwich, Suff.

    BARBER, Nicholas, of Dunwich, Suff. Constituency Dates Dunwich Apr. 1414 Dunwich 1419 Dunwich Dec. 1421 Ofifces Held Coroner, Dunwich by May 1421. Biography Barber is not mentioned in the few detailed Dunwich court rolls which have survived for this period,

    CLERK, Thomas II, of Dunwich, Suff.

    of Dunwich, Suff. Constituency Dates Dunwich 1411 Dunwich May 1413 Biography In December 1401 a writ of supersedeas nullifying a charge of trespass was issued in favour of Clerk, Richard Griston* and John Helmeth, who all lived in Dunwich. In

    HAVENE, William, of Dunwich, Suff.

    HAVENE, William, of Dunwich, Suff. Constituency Dates Dunwich 1391 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Dunwich Sept. 1389-90. Biography He may be identified with William Havene ‘of Blythburgh’ who brought a plea of debt in the borough court at Dunwich in September 1407.[footnote]

    KNIGHT, Augustine, of Dunwich, Suff.

    KNIGHT, Augustine, of Dunwich, Suff. Constituency Dates Dunwich Feb 1388 Dunwich 1393 Biography Knight was a member of the town’s jury in an admiralty court suit in December 1392. In April 1427 William Barber II* and Richard Russell II* were

    WOODWARD, William, of Dunwich, Suff.

    WOODWARD, William, of Dunwich, Suff. Constituency Dates Dunwich Feb 1388 Biography Woodward was a member of the Dunwich jury at an admiralty court held at Covehithe in December 1392. In January 1403, when he contributed 20d. towards the first half

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of Dunwich

    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of Dunwich 3. THE PRIORY OF DUNWICH In early days the monastery of Eye, to which all the churches of Dunwich had been assigned by the Conquerer, possessed a cell or small priory in that

    Franciscan friars Dunwich

    Franciscan friars Dunwich 38. THE FRANCISCAN FRIARS OF DUNWICH According to Weever, quoting from the 'painfull collections of William le Neve,' the house of the Grey Friars of Dunwich was founded 'first by Richard FitzJohn and Alice his wife, and

    Hospitals St James , Dunwich

    Hospitals St James , Dunwich 51. THE HOSPITAL OF ST . JAMES, DUNWICH A leper hospital dedicated in honour of St. James , consisting of a master, with several leprous brothers and sisters, existed at Dunwich at least as early

    Hospitals Holy Trinity , Dunwich

    Hospitals Holy Trinity , Dunwich 52. THE HOSPITAL OF THE HOLY TRINITY , DUNWICH A hospital dedicated to the Holy Trinity , but more often mentioned as the Domus Dei, Maison Dieu, or God's House of Dunwich , was founded

    House of Knights Templar Dunwich

    House of Knights Templar Dunwich HOUSE OF KNIGHTS TEMPLARS 32. THE KNIGHTS TEMPLARS OF DUNWICH There was a house or preceptory of the Knights Templars at Dunwich at an early date, for King John , in the first year of

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 5 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    Essex , Esq; 1664 . South Ile. A very handsomely wrought and rich Monument for George Coppin , Kt. of Dunwich in Norfolk . He was Clerk of the Crown in Chancery. Johann. Steward, Arm. Reginis Annæ & Mariæ à

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

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    Eastangles.

    in other I finde mo.The Metroplitane sea of this prouince of Eastangles, was first at a towne called Dunmoke, or Dunwich (which in tyme past hath bene a famous & populous towne with a Maior and iiij. Bayliffes, & also

    Eastangles. Kinges of the East Saxons.

    I finde moe.The Metropolitane sea of this prouince of Eastangles, which was first at a towne called Dunmoke, or DūwichThis Dunwich lyeth vpon the sea side in Suffolke. (which in time past hath bene a famous & populous towne wt

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Miss Wef- le~ley, the Dukes of Wellington, Richmond, Grafton, and Portland Marquisses Graham, Conyogham, and Exeter; Lords Fife, Stradbroke, Dunwich, Egremont, &c. MINERAL WATERS.-It is only about forty years since the existence of. a mineral spring at Inverleithen wag Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bedford,0 Beaurnaris, Bishop's Castle, Boston,0 Bury St Edmunind's, Caergwrie, Caerwys, Cambridge,* Castle Rising, Chester, Clun, qongleton, Denbigh, Dinas Mwdw, Dunmew, Dunwich, Eye, Flint, Godmautbescter, Graitham, Crimsby, Harwich, Higham Ferrasn, Huntingdon, I swich, Lincoln,0 Liverpool,* Louth, Ludlow, Lynn, Afaldon, Newborough, teswton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    born in 1789. He had for nearly 40 years been a member of the House of Commons. He sat for Dunwich, afterwards for Lymington, and then for Rye. Mr Mackinnon had published a work on 'Public Opinion,' also ' Thoughts Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the course recommended by the directors they would become independent of bad seasons, which they must expect occasionally-to experience. The Dunwich Zandoost cable, which had been damaged by a sbip's anchor, had been repaired that morning, and was now at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were landed. THE, LATE GALE. The schooner Grocer, of Exeter, is supposed to have been lost, with all hands, iear Dunwich, on the Norfolk ocast. _ _ _ _ _ _ WRECK ON THE NORFOLK COAST. We learn form Gorleston, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    The Lords Protests in the late Session of Parliament, viz. I. On the Rejecting of the Pension-Bill; II. On passing the Bill for Punishing Mutiny and Desertion &c; III. On the Misapplying of the S..., 11 June 1727

    Gatton, Surrey Doddington George " Melcorhb Regis, Dor. Douglas Robert " Orkney and Zetland Downing Sir George *• b- 4 Dunwich, Suffolk Drummo'.id John " P Burgh of Perth DuckettCol. William " P J\' Cain, Wilts. Dunbar Patrick " P Subscribers-only content

    18 January 1704, 18 January 1705

    of Septembe \ from Spithead. February. Names. Date of Orders. Obfervations. No Ships at Sea. April. Medivay, fforceßer, Aßßähce, Maldßone, Dunwich, Revenge, Triton, Orford, Warjpight, Gloceßer, 12 February. >2§ March. }ii D°. 17 D». No Account when they failed. No Subscribers-only content

    7 May 1810, 7 May 1810

    the Name of The Mitifmere Level, " within the feveral Parifhes of heißon, with the Hamlet <c of Sizewell, Theberton, Dunwich, We/ileton, and Mid- " dleton-cum-Fordley, in the County of Suffolk j" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Subscribers-only content

    8 May 1810, 8 May 1810

    or known by the Name of The a£e B#: " Minfmere Level, within the feveral Parifhes of Leiflon, " with the Hamlet of Sizeivell, Theberton, Dunwich, 5 " Weftktofi, petit agait redt ©itu AH Co Cc ci L E B Subscribers-only content

    14 May 1810, 14 May 1810

    the Name of the " Minfmere Level, within the feveral Parifhes of Leiflon " with the Hamlet of Size-well, Theberton, Dunwich, " Weflletcn, and Middleton cum Fordley, in the County " of Suffolk," was committed: " That they had con- Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    The ruin of Dunwich Church on a cliff, 1890

    The ruin of Dunwich Church on a cliff Beach to left and open arches of nave and tower of church above to rightSteel-faced copper plate prepared for printing

    Dunwich, 1891

    Dunwich View of Dunwich; beach and boats in the foreground, ruined church on the leftCopper steel-faced plate prepared for printing

    Dunwich, 1891

    Dunwich View of Dunwich; church tower on the right, a curved foreshore and beach on the leftCopper steel-faced plate prepared for printing

    The ruin of Dunwich Church on a cliff, 1890

    The ruin of Dunwich Church on a cliff Beach to left and open arches of nave and tower of church above to rightEtching

    All Saints Church Dunwich Suffolk, 1813

    All Saints Church Dunwich Suffolk [church] View of a ruined church, the tower at left, graves and two figures in the foreground, houses beyond at right; proof illustration to an unidentified publication of Suffolk topography. 1813Etching on chine collé

 

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