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

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    Actes and Monumentes of the churche

    mouseConstables of the sayde towne, George Reuet and Thomas Mowse, at the commaundement of Sir Iohn Tirrell.sir Iohn Tirrell of Gipping hall in Suffolke, knight, because he wold not go to church and heare masse, and receiue at Easter, except

    Book 6, page 1598 (1563)

    linnen weauer, who was apprehended in the night by one Robert Kereth, at the commaundement of sir Iohn Tirrell of Gipping hall in Suffolke, knight, and so was immediatly carried to Ay Dungeon in Suffolke, where he remayned a certaine

    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    here vnder were persecuted out of the towne of Mendelsam, in the countye of Suffolke by Syr Ihon Tirrell of Gipping hal.Symon Harlstoun and Katherine hys wyfe with his fyue children.VVilliam VVhiting and Katherin his wife.Thomas Dobson and his wife.Thomas

    Queene Mary. Roger Bernard, Adā Foster, Rob. Lawson, Martyrs. Iohn Fortune, Martyr.

    George Reuet Thomas Mouse Syr Iohn Tyrrell, persecutors.George Reuet, and Thomas Mowse, at the commaundement of Sir Iohn Tirrel of Gipping hall in Suffolke knight, because he would not go to church and heare Masse, and receaue at Easter, except

    Q. Mary. Rog. Bernard, Adam Foster, Rob. Lawson, Iohn Fortune, Martyrs.

    George Reuet, Thomas Mouse, Syr Iohn Tirrell, persecutours.George Reuet & Thomas Mowse, at þe commaundement of Syr Iohn Tyrrell of Gipping hall in Suffolke Knight, because he would not go to Church and heare Masse, and receaue at Easter, except

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 3 The Church of St. MARGARET.

    twelve Pounds in Annuity for ever to the same Use. Margaret their loving Wife, Daughter of Sir John Tyrill of Gipping , Knight, who likewise hath bequeathed one hundred Pounds, for the purchasing of one yeerely Annuity of twenty Nobles

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 6, 11 May 1643, 11 May 1643-11 May 1643

    , and Thomas Southerton , Esquires, to be Deputy Lieutenants for the County of Norff .; and Mr. Tirrell de Gipping, Nathaniell Bacon de Ipswich, Edmond Harvey , and Francis Brewster , Esquires, to be Deputy Lieutenants for the County

    House of Lords Journal Volume 6, 10 August 1643, 10 August 1643-10 August 1643

    Baker, Nathaniell Bacon of Friston, Nathaniell Bacon of Ipswich, Robert Brewster, Francis Bacon, Edmund Harvey, Isaac Appleton, Thomas Tirrell of Gipping, James Hobart, Gibson Lucas, Thomas Cole of Haverill, Wm. Bloyse , and Wm. Lawrence , Esquires, for the said

    General Index, G, 01 September 1640-31 May 1641

    his troop of horse Gideon Gifford , John Gilbert , Edward Gilly , William, high collector of Walbrook Ward Gipwin [Gipping ] , Suffolk Gislingham , Suffolk, p arishioners of Gissing , Norfolk Glamorgan , co. escheator of, see Evans, Subscribers-only content

    General Index, G, 01 April 1640-31 August 1640

    John Robert Gilsland , co., Cumberland copyhold tenants in the barony of, petition of Gilston , Herts., documents dated from Gipping , Suffolk Glamfield , George, constable of Harkstead, Suffolk, certificate of Glamorgan , co. deputy-lieutenants of le tters of Subscribers-only content

    General Index, R, 01 April 1640-31 August 1640

    , Thomas, receipt by Eliz., of West Walton Rawson , James, clerk, vicar of Milton Abbas Rayden , John, of Gipping Raylton , William, agent to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, letters of Raymond or Rayment , John Rayner , Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Crowhurst

    almshouses in St. Albans after she acquired the manor. Smith's charity is distributed as in other Surrey parishes. Compare the Gipping at Ipswich , formerly Gippeswick. Feet of F. Surr . East. and Hil. 13 Hen. III; Trin. 14 Edw.

    Archaeology The Lower Palaeolithic Age

    oval hand-axes also occur in the lower brickearths at Crayford . A slightly later form has been found in the Gipping valley (Suff.), with the Levalloisian at Ebbsfleet , and also at Iver . There is only one hand-axe in

    General index A-J

    , Prioress of Haliwell, Gillian , d. of Wm. Renger, Ginges , Reynold de, and his w. Emma, Rog. de, Gipping valley , Suff., Girls' Public Day Sch. Trust , for merly Company, Girton Coll . , see Cambridge ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that on Wednesday week, am child named White, only thirteen years old, committed suicide by drown- ing in the river Gipping. The deceased, whose parents were both dead, lived with her grandfather and grandmother, who on getting up i at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    made ibe the right bank of the river and about lOO acree of marsh land are flooded. Serious froehes from Gipping are expeoted. DuBnaLs.-The floods are very serious here. On the Kingstown Railway yesterday, the trailc was entirely btopped in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the ;Rev. B. Henville, who had entered forcibly into the parish i churcl of Shelland and the chapel of Gipping, of which he iali been curate, after havisi" been dismissed. Mr, Tyr- id rell, the owner, had obtained judgmont Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    23 and July 30. At IpsWich, on Friday evening, two little boys were playing by the aide of the river Gipping, when one of' them, aged four years, leaned over the bank to catch a fish wmith. his hand. His Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    variety used for sporting pcrpo'es, arnd some difficulty was experienced in placing them. Mr. J. Farrow, Ipotich, wias first with "Gipping Sam," a dog that has held his own against some powerful opponents. Messr Ivyden and Comber, Beverley, were placed Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    The Chantry, River Gipping, 1835

    Chantry, River Gipping A river broadening out in the foreground, with a tall tree, cows grazing at the water's edge and a large house in the distance in a park on the left bank, and two figures walking on the

    Handford Bridge, River Gipping and Fellmongers Premises, Ipswich, Suffolk, 1837

    Bridge, River Gipping and Fellmongers Premises, Ipswich, Suffolk A stone bridge with a single arch, with a covered cart and a man driving livestock across it, a path leading to a gate on the left with two figures walking, and

    Claydon Bridge over River Gipping, Suffolk, 1837

    Claydon Bridge over River Gipping, Suffolk A small bridge with four slim supports, over a river flowing between fields, with a large tree and sheep grazing on the left. 1837Etching

    Clapton Church Suffolk, South Front, 1843

    Clapton Church Suffolk, South Front A small church, with a large tower with clasp buttresses on either side of the pointed arched doorway, and a pointed gothic window in the upper storey, with a graveyard on the left, among

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