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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Hospitals in Lynn

    Lynn , Setchey , and Gaywood . Stephen Guybon of North Lynn , by his will dated 1432, gave 12 d . to every house of lepers about Lynn , namely West Lynn , Cowgate , Hardwick , Setchey ,

    House of Austin nuns The priory of Crabhouse

    Welle, a great benefactor of the nuns. He pardoned them a debt of £100 in return for a field in Setchey ; but he eventually restored the land to provide the habits of the ten nuns of the house who

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, S, 01 January 1627-29 February 1628

    Sempringham Seneschal , the, of the Castle of Oleron Senhouse , Peter, sheriff of Cumberland, warrant of Serjeant-at-arms warrant to Setchey , document dated from Seton , Captain Setrington Seven hundreds , co. Kent co. Gloucester Sevenoaks , document dated Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 75, August 25-31, 1627, 25 August 1627-31 August 1627

    the Lizard, they espied a fleet of about 100 sail sailing eastward, which they are doubtful are enemies. Aug. 28. Setchey. 36. Commissioners for the Loan for the hundreds of Freebridge citra Lynn, Freebridge in partibus, Mershland and Clackclose, in Subscribers-only content

    Chantry Certificate, 1548, Middlesex

    p.a. Surrey: farm of the manor of Hall Place and High Graveney, 21 p.a. Norfolk: farm of the manor of Setchey (Seche in Southe Lyn) 24, and of a tenement in Wiggenhall 3, total 27 p.a. Of which, 1s 6

    Index, S

    parish, co. York, N. Riding ] , 517. Sebenocke. See Sevenoaks. Seby , Nicholas, yeoman, of Greenwich, 235. Secchefeld. See Setchey. Seche , John, letherseller, 756. Sedburgh , Selburgh [co. York, W. Riding ] , 517. Sedell. See Settle. Sedgebrook Subscribers-only content

    Index of person and places

    John, 219 Secheford , Andrew, 5 Seething (Sidon) Lane, 46 Serle Jam es, priest, 222 Richard, 18 Thomas, priest, 8 Setchey (in South Lynn, Norf.), 190(v) Sevenock , William, 78 Sewcaunt , John, priest, 114 Sewter , Robert, priest, 110n

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BRUNHAM, Robert, of Bishop's Lynn, Norf.

    trustee of properties in the vicinity of Lynn. In 1395 he was enfeoffed by William Doraunt, esquire, of lands in Setchey, South Lynn, Clench Warton and elsewhere; in 1401 by the Leicestershire knight, Sir Thomas Boyville, of the manor of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and ruich old pasture land niesly lO' thiigpatations, &o., lying in the respective parishe of Ii'" North Eneitna, Wermogey, and Setchey ; and nOW1 i ocuain of a most rcspectable tenantr arei lg'to upwards of £4,000 per armnm.R.atb I - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    together li3sa. 2r. 7 Lt 7-Six pieces of nealdo, Land, in XiddfcddWl occupied by Mmrs Wreenaere.,iying next the road to Setchey, and (on' SaIntedn together 31a.2r.S2p. Lot8-Twopsecesof meadow land, In M~ddieton, near Lot7, also occupied by Mmr.Greenacre, and COntmia ,1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clate, on every death or alienation. P!ote.- West Winch is esteemed a pleasant and healthy village, only a mile from Setchey, at which is held a large Beast and Sheep Market once a fortnight, and two miles and a half Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Clare, on every death or alienation. Note. - West Winch is esteemed a pleasant and healthy village, adjoining to Setchey, at which is is held a large Beast and Sheep Afarket once a fortnight, aud two miles and a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Clare, on every death -or alienation. Note. - West Winch is esteemed a pleasant and healthy village, adjoining to Setchey, at which is is held a leirge Beast and Sheep Afarket once a fo rtnight, and two miles and Subscribers-only content

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