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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Ickburgh

    whole estates were annexed by the crown and sold for £900 to Osbert Montford of Feltwell and Thomas Gawdv of Shotesham . 7 Blomefield, Hist. of Norf . ii, 239-40. Ibid. Norw. Epis. Reg. xi, 269. Ibid. Now. Epis. Reg.

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Pentney

    at Wadington; the mill at Shotesham ; the land of Ralph the son of the priest; and the advowsons of his churches of Thurton , Chediston , Ketteringham , Shotesham St. Botulph, Houghton , and Shotesham All Hallows. 1 William

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of St Benet

    , Somerton , Winterton , Waxham , Thurne , Ashby , Caister, Bastwick , Ranworth , and St. Martin , Shotesham . From the enumeration of the extensive abbey property, which lay entirely in Norfolk , as given in the

    Friaries Norwich

    Carmelite Friars of Norwich a certain messuage adjoining their residence. 42 In 1332 Richard de Hedersete, chaplain, and Adam de Shotesham , chaplain, gave the Carmelites small lots of land for the enlargement of their dwelling. 43 Licence was further

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WHITE, Sir John (d.1407), of Shotesham, Norf. and Orford, Suff.

    the manor of Shotesham which he bought from Margery Nerford in transactions completed in the spring of 1391. White subsequently had dealings with the abbot of St. Benet of Hulme with regard to fishing rights at Shotesham, and in 1394

    GAWDY, Thomas I (by 1509-56), of Shotesham and Redenhall, Norf.

    (by 1509-56), of Shotesham and Redenhall, Norf. Constituency Dates Salisbury 1545 Lynn 1547 Norwich Oct. 1553 Ofifces Held Steward, I. Temple 1541, treasurer 1542, 1544, 1547, 1549, Lent reader 1548, bencher 1550. Ofifces Held J.p. Norf. 1540-d.; counsel to Norwich

    DOYLEY, Sir William (c.1614-77), of Shotesham, Norf.

    William (c.1614-77), of Shotesham, Norf. Constituency Dates Norfolk 1654 Norfolk 1656 Norfolk 1659 Great Yarmouth 18 May 1660 Great Yarmouth 1661 Nov. 1677 Ofifces Held Commr. of array, Norf. 1642, new model ordinance 1645, assessment, Norf. 1645-52, 1657, Jan. 1660-d.,

    FELLOWES, Robert (1742-1829), of Shotesham Park, Norf.

    (1742-1829), of Shotesham Park, Norf. Constituency Dates Norwich 1802 151807 Ofifces Held Treasurer, Norf. and Norwich hosp. 1775-1803. Biography Fellowes was the son of the ‘Man of Shotesham’, the philanthropic founder of the Norfolk and Norwich hospital, and succeeded him

    MINGAY, James (1752-1812), of New Place, Thetford, Norf. and Ashfield Lodge, nr. Bury, Suff.

    1791; recorder, Aldeburgh 1788-d.; customer, Bridgwater 1793-1806, mayor, Thetford 1798, 1800, 1804, coroner 1806. Biography Mingay, whose family came from Shotesham near Norwich, lost his right hand in an accident at Cringleford Mill as a boy (not at sea, as

  • * British History Online *

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    Memorial XXI, The Mayoralty of Thomas Rowe, 1568

    Companye in respecte that the Sheryffs be both of the sayde Companyes, viz., Wm. Merrick. Wm. Sylierde. Tho s . Shotesham. Richard Johnson. Tho s . Offley, Jun r . Rob te . Dowson. Rich d . Newporte. John Apesley.

    Inquisitions, Edward VI (part 3 of 3)

    Dobbes , Mayor and escheator, after the death of James Joskyn , gent., by the oath of Robert Yonger, Thomas Shotesham, William Stephen, William Kelley, John Sykylmore, Henry Gardener, John Broke, Richard Hilles, Geoffrey Vauhan, Henry Clerke, John Daye, William

    Index to persons

    108. Shirbourn 70. Shirley , Joseph 178. Shirwode , James 97. Shoklach , Ralph 191. Shorne , Henry de 30. Shotesham , Thomas 117. Shrewsbury 142. Shrewsbury , Earl 646. Sibsay , Thomas 3, 53. Sidney , Sir P. 604.

    Index of persons

    Sheryngton , Rich. j . 37, 42, 78 Shirreiff , Lawrence, j . 158 Shorter , Jane, 207; Wm. 207 Shotesham , Tho. j . 122 Shurlock , Robt. j . 156, 158, 161(2), 163, 164, 168, 171, 172, 173,

    Report on the Charities of the Mercers' Company, Part II

    caused the notice paper you sent us to be affixed on the church door of each of the parishes of Shotesham yesterday. previous to divine service, but I have not received any information to forward to you on the subject

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    son-On tee 18th uUl.. at Torriegton, the wife of Captain Newland. Ist Royals. of a son-On the 21st slt., at Shotesham park, Norfole, the wifls of Brig- adier General Mansfield, of a son. ItRlarristges.-On the 18th ult., at Hanover, Sir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . 8 5 ceiandine . 8 6Maid of Athol (4th)..8 2 La Cloche . 8 6Hebrides (41b) .. -.8 6 Shotesham - .8 9 Tamn a'Sheeter (41b)..8 5 Wildfire . 8 9Coromandel (4tb) .8 2 Dancing Water (41b) .8 2 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bank, Sir c Frederick Roberts, Chateterton, Old Boots, Hlaute,-Saooe, and n Meadlow Queen. -BUanWas SnTvAa-Wildfirs, Detective. Sirocco, Wayland, .v Niagara, Shotesham, Cushat, BQeseys, Devilfish, and Shrine. Bnxn sine PLAsv.Cbomnlist, Simonetta. Peradventurs, Simplicity, Early Rose, Lucicadaisy, Retri1bution, AnbaBsis, Bracken, and Woolsthorpe. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rosemint, Sweetest, and FitzSimon. HERSETT PLATE.-Goodlake. Ou'sBs - rts STA.EEs.-Touchwrood, El Dorado, Enthusiast, Fortitude, Belville, Ecergreen, Satiety. Seabreeze, Cymoal, Miinnedosa, Shotesham, Woodnymph, Detective, Nunthorpe, Crackenthorpe, Queen of Pearls, and Far Niente. SorTersELD PL.uT.R-Detective, Alicante, St. Xilda, and Grioomts. TFw.)cAREST DTEP.YB.-Niagarai, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YEsns, Sundown, Isle of Wigiht, tailor. Jnmzs GoRDON, Bath Street, Nortbampton, shoe manufacturer. JAsUS W. SAYER, Shotesham, and lately Martin-ou- the-Hill, both Norfolk, publican, farmer, and hurdle- maker. FREDERioK SsNTmri, Priestgate, Peterborogh, corn merchant and brewer's agent. JAMES OsoosR0X Lancaster, Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Henrici Margetts, 13/10/1693

    Margetts Forename Henrici Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 13/10/1693 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Shotesham// OTHER INFORMATION Source NRO, DN/REG/21:28 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Moore, John/Norwich 1691- 1707 Comment This entry is preceded by

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