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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes East Woodhay

    century Park Mead , Stafford Mead , the Great Park , the Little Park , Woodfalls , Burleidge Field and Mancroft are mentioned. 5 Manors The manor of EAST WOODHAY was the property of the see of Winchester , to

    Parishes Wambrook

    17 The other farms in the parish were generally established in the 19th century on lands inclosed from Bewley down. Mancroft takes its name from fields called Mannecrofts inclosed in 1421 -2, Salt Box was mentioned in 1838 and is

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MOULTON (MULTON), John (d.1399/1400), of Norwich, Norf.

    1393 Ofifces Held Treasurer, Norwich. 1376-7; bailiff 1378-9, 1385-6. Biography Moulton was one of six citizens from Mancroft leet who, together with a like number from each of the other three districts, elected the bailiffs of Norwich in September 1369.

    PIKING (PEKING), Henry (d.1444), of Norwich, Norf.

    an important meeting of the assembly at the guildhall in February 1414, and two months later he was selected from Mancroft leet to serve on the council of 80. He attested the Norwich electoral indenture for the Parliament of 1417,

    LIMNER (LOMYNOUR), Henry (d.c.1409), of Norwich, Norf.

    Thereafter, he played an active part in the city’s affairs, regularly attending meetings of the assembly and, as resident in Mancroft leet, occasionally acting as an elector of civic officials. In December 1372 he was dispatched to Great Yarmouth to

    BAXTER, Robert (d.1431), of Norwich, Norf.

    an important meeting of the assembly held at the Guildhall in February 1414, and that April he was elected by Mancroft leet to the council of 80. At the elections to the Parliaments of 1414 (Nov.) and 1417, he provided

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    awdwr y 'Re1igio Medici' y rhan fwyaf o'i oes, tra y bydd ei chefn yn union ar eglwys St. Pedr, Mancroft, lie y claddwyd ef. Defnyddir y ty yn ariandy yn awr. Ymysg y rhai a gollwyd oddiar fwrdd y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On Tuesday an inquest was taken at the sign of the Grave-digger, in in the parish of St. Peter of Mancroft, Norwich, on view of the body of Abraham cooper, aged 22 years, who sllot himself that morning, under a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street, Birmingham. THE TUXNNEL THROUGH MONT I CENIS.-rHE BUILDER of THE DAY, price 4d contains:-Fine View, Interior of St Peter's, Mancroft, Norwich-Plan and Account of Proposed Law Conies, Brussels-The Ttunel through MIeout Cenis-Bad Bridges on the 'hanmes-The Palace of Art Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Duoam,; 1 Dr. Kitchin on Winchester; Dr. AugauJs Je OD0t'3 e always delightful pen deals with Nor', b, [ Peter's, Mancroft (Norwich), East Derot em, lrae aL ley, and Brornlysls; Canon Venab les u-ith Lnoin; y the Rev. F. T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for at period of forty-six years, and at his death in 1652 wats buried in the Church of St. Peter, Mancroft, ina tiha t city whre isrife also reposes beneath one ofthfe interesting monumnents inl this fine old edifice. Among Subscribers-only content

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