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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of Felixstowe

    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of Felixstowe 8. PRIORY OF FELIXSTOWE Roger Bigod, in the reign of William Rufus , gave the church of St. Felix at Walton to the monastery of St. Andrew , Rochester . Some monks from

    Colleges Cardinal's College, Ipswich

    St. Clement, and St. Matthew , and the small monasteries of Snape , Dodnash, Wikes, Tiptree , Horkesley, Rumburgh , Felixstowe , Bromhill, Blythburgh , and Mountjoy , together with the various churche s pertaining to them. 2 The actual

    Modern Colchester Social history

    seaside holidays usually spent them in England until the later 20th century; the Turners had holidays at Clacton, Frinton, or Felixstowe . 8 The lower middle class emulated, as far as their income permitted, the social patterns of those above

    Religious Houses Introduction

    was in the first instance an alien cell of the abbey of Bernay, but it became naturalized in 1385 . Felixstowe was a cell of the cathedral priory of Rochester , and Edwardstone of the abbey of Abingdon , Hoxne

    Houses of Benedictine monks The cathedral priory of St Andrew , Rochester

    as often as expedient any ecclesiastical sacraments to the members of their household and their servants. 28 The priory of Felixstowe or Walton in Suffolk was a cell of Rochester , to which it was granted by Roger Bigod, and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the phantom ship -of Mynheer Vanderdecken. Yet with the steam well up all this is soon past. The lights at Felixstowe are covered, Landguard Fort is lost in the distance, and we shall soon be beyond the headland, and well Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Volume. Map. Post 8ro. IOn. HANDBOOK-EASTERN COUNTIES-Chelmsford, Har. wich, Colchester, Maldon, Cambridge, Ely, Newmarket. Bury St Ed munds, Ipswichl, Woodbridge, Felixstowe, Lowestort, Norwich, yar mouth, Cromer, &c. Map and Plans. Post 8vo. e2S. HANDBOOK-KENT-Canterbury, Dover, Ramsgate, Roches. ter, Chatham. Map Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dealt with, and letters thanking the league for their assistance in obtaining land for allot- ments were read from Scole, Felixstowe, Hednueford, &C. The Secretary reported the formation of three new branches of the league-viz., at Hammerwich (Stafford- shire, Westwick Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to have arrived in l London yesterday from Felisstowe, has altered E his arrangements, and now intends remaining, longer at Felixstowe. Mr. BArroun may be expected in London to-morrow, and will, previous to the reassembling of Parliament, visit Lord . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ambassador, at the Foreign Office. In the evening the PREmEmR returned to Hatfield. Mr. BArouR, who returned to town from Felixstowe on Saturday, visited Lord SAnUsaturY in the evening, and remains at Rat- tield till to-day. SirEDEwaD CnsnSE, Solicitor-General, speaking Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, January 1529, 11-20, 01 January 1529-31 January 1529

    because he has to finish certain deeds relating to the college at Ipswich; viz., Wolsey's grant of the monasteries of Felixstowe, Rumburgh and Bromehill; the King's patents assenting to their suppression, and to the Pope's exemption of the college; his

    Index, F

    Wiseman in a quarrel, 124. Fawcet , Humphrey, Mayor of New Windsor, co. Berks, 115. signs petition to Cecil, 119. Felixstowe , co. Suffolk, manor of, 120. Bailiff of. See Scrutton, William. Fens , The, map of part of, 103.

    Henry VIII, March 1532, 1-10, 01 March 1532-31 March 1532

    her husband's attainder. Dated 1 March 23 Hen. VIII. Copy, large paper, pp . 10. 1 March. R. O. 842. Felixstowe. Receipt, dated 1 March 23 Hen. VIII., by Thos. Cromwell, to the King's use, from the duke of Norfolk,

    Henry VIII, April 1529, 1-5, 01 April 1529-30 April 1529

    the writings he wished, the King's licences for the "properacion" of St. Mathews and other benefices to St. Peter's and Felixstowe. Gipswiche, 1 April. Signed . P . 1. Add .: To, & c., Maister Thos. Crumwell. Endd . 1

    Henry VIII, January 1529, 1-10, 01 January 1529-31 January 1529

    . R. O. 5146 . R. (?) to CRUMWELL. Asks Crumwell to help him to obtain the ferme of Filsto (Felixstowe) from Petely. His wife met him in Southwark and asked for it, but he refused her. Would like to

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Felix Lodge

    Lodge Number (1781): 0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 2371 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Bath Hotel, Felixstowe, Suffolk 1890

    Felix United Service Lodge

    (1863): 0 Meeting Places Manor House, Felixstowe, Suffolk, England 1918 Ordnance Hotel, Felixstowe, Suffolk, England 1920 Felix Hotel, Felixstowe, Suffolk, England 1935 Grand Hotel, Felixstowe, Suffolk, England 1953 Cavendish Hotel, Felixstowe, Suffolk, England 1964 Masonic Hall, Felixstowe, Suffolk, England 1989

    Colneis Lodge

    Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Cavendish Hotel , Felixstowe , Suffolk , England 1969 Masonic Hall , Felixstowe, Suffolk , England 1989

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Martello Tower, Felixtow, Suffolk, Looking North East, 1837

    Martello Tower, Felixtow, Suffolk, Looking North East A short round tower flying a flag in the left foreground, a hut and two figures to the right of it, on a grassy beach along a bay sweeping round on the

    Felixtow Church Suffolk, 1840

    Felixtow Church Suffolk A parish church with very steep, sloping roof, three tall, narrow pointed windows in the nvae, a low south porch with a gate across the arched doorway and a low tower with a pyramidical roof and

    Remains of Old Hall Felixtow, Suffolk, 1839

    Remains of Old Hall Felixtow, Suffolk Small overgrown ruins, a wall with a small, round arched window, with thick grasses at their base, and a spindly tree on the left, in a field with a man with a rake

    Felixtow Beach, Suffolk, looking towards the West, 1841

    Felixtow Beach, Suffolk, looking towards the West View of a sweep of sea with a small sailing ship, a man walking a dog through the shallows, another pulling a small row-boat onto the beach, with a horse and cart

 

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