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You searched for: Place: Setchey, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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    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 British History Online

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    f JPH E following Valuable' Stock and Household 1 Furniture, the property of Mr. GEORGE SANDS, at the Bui Inn, Setchey. ill the county of Norfolk; con- sisting of ii fat highland Scots, 3 feeding ditto, .'! home- bred steers. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    2R. 7P. Lot 7.- Six Pieces of Meadow Land, in Middleton, occupied by Mrs. Greeenacre, lying next the road to Setchey, and containing together 31a. 2r. 3___\ Lot B. - Two Pieces ol* Meadow Land, in Middleton, near Lot 7, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    7P. Lot 7. - Six Pieces of Meadow Land, in Middleton, occupied by Mrs. Greeenacre, lying next the road to Setchey, and containing together 31a. 2r. 32p. Lot B. - Two Pieces of Meadow Land, in Middlcton, near Lot 7, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    compact ture land, nicely timbe^l ttaftto^^£s_S__? £* *£ W" respective parishes ef Midd_MonNorth ftS£ *5r ,y ™ 8 m the Setchey, and BO w in the occupation of Iv oZ £ „J?..7ip f and at rents amounting to upwards nt Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    thrivto J : i£LSSJ ?% V£ *? respective parishes of Middleton Nor?li »««»»« ' & >l " g ln the Setchey, and «ow in the ZL or^rr^? C »£ ? °™ e S a y. a °d at rents amounting Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    old pas- ture land, nicely timbered, thriving plantations, _c, lying in the respective parishes of Middleton, North Runcton, Wormegay, and Setchey, and how in the occupation of a most respectable tenantry, at rents amounting to upwards ot 4,006?. jer annum. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    W iggenhall Saint Gcrnn™ Eaubnuk, Wiggenhall Saint Alary, Wiggeiihall s ,' Mary the Virgin, Saint Mary Wiggenhall, Saddlebo- West Winch, Setchey, Setch, Setcha Parvo s,-, ,T' Seechey, Seeching, South Lynn, South Lynn v.'l Sidnii' North Runcton-cum-Uardwick, North Runcton H-,ri wick Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    Second annual report of the Poor Law Commissioners for England and Wales; together with appendices A. B. C. D., 1836

    Mintlyn - - - 20. WestNfcwton - 21. Pcntney - ',- 22. lloydon 23. North lluncton - 24. Saiidcringliain 25. Setchey (Hamlet) 26. East Walton 27. West Acre with thorpe 28. East Winch 29. WestWihch 30. Wolveiton - 31. North Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Historical Manuscripts Commission. Report on the manuscripts of the family of Gawdy, formerly of Norfolk., 1884

    33, Servant, a, enticement of; 102. Servants, benevolences to ; 80, 81 Setchey; 87. Shardelow, Mr. ; 198. Shardelowe, Jo. ; 112. Shardloe, Chief Constable ; 70. Sharington, Eliz. ; 119. Sharp, Mrs., of Bury; 183, 185, 186, 188. Sharpe, Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

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