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  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    St. Mary's Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Two Bears Hotel, Southtown, Suffolk, England 1917 Bridge Hotel, Southtown, Suffolk, England 1932 Masonic Royal Assembly Rooms, Albert Square, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England 1967

    Lodge of Unity

    0 Lodge Number (1814): 558 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Half Moon, Market Place, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 1793 Bear Inn, Bridge Foot, Southtown, Yarmouth, Norfolk 1811

    Lodge of Friendship

    Half Moon, Market Place, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 1787 Star Tavern, Hall Quay, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 1789 Three Tuns, Bridge Street, Southtown, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 1794 Star Tavern, Hall Quay, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 1806 Bowling Green Inn, Chapel Fields, Norwich, Norfolk

    Lodge of United Friends

    Cranes Tavern, South Quay, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 1803 Ship Tavern, Middlegate Street, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 1810 Tuns Tavern, Bridge Street, Southtown, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 1816 Star Tavern, Hall Quay, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 1818 Masonic Hall, Paved Row (Row 108), Great

    Lodge of Unity

    The Angel, Market Place, Norwich, Norfolk 1766 Queen's Head, Acle, Norfolk 1785 Queen's Head, Acle, Norfolk 1791 The Bear, Bridgefoot, Southtown, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 1791 Wrestler's Inn, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 1805 Nelson's Hotel, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 1806 Half Moon, Market

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries Friaries in Yarmouth

    Friars was across the water in Suffolk , in the parish of Gorleston, as it stood in Little Yarmouth or Southtown , mention had better be made of it in this place as well as under the religious houses of

    Parishes West Pennard

    and the earlier 17th centuries including upper floors in Higher Southtown Farm, remodelling at Pennard Farm (datestone 1640), and a new wing at Manor Farmhouse, Coxbridge . The Cottage, Higher Southtown , is a timber framed building of the early

    Shepton Montague Shepton Montague in 1840

    Higher Shepton may have included the site of the manor house, 74 Lower Shepton the church. A tenement known as Southtown was mentioned in 1589 . 75 In the 1780s Lower Shepton comprised 10 houses, Upper Shepton 22 houses. At

    Index A - Z

    , q.v . econ. hist., 147-9 fair, 148 Havyatt , q.v . Hgr Southtown , 144 Laverley , 144 local govt., 150 par. officers, 150 Lwr Southtown , 144 manor and estates, 144-9 manor ho., 146 mills, 149 moors, 142,

    Lancing Lancing And Sompting c. 1962

    Lancing a century later. 98 In 1592 they were described as 'both Lancings'. 99 Later alternative descriptions were Northtown and Southtown in the 17th century 1 and Upper and Lower Lancing in the early 19th. 2 The buildings of North

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    woollen-cloths. (Britten, Basi nghall street. .1. Lacohee, Nnraich, manufacturer. [Anotin, GrmV% inn. J. Bros un, iGreat Yaroutoh, end S. Brown, Southtown, maksters. (White ard Borrett,Great St Helerna. T. P. HItuson,, Wemibtotuwicb, bone-merchimdn. [Norton. Cray's inn. R. J. Fros', AbsrIlavenfly, grover. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    New inn. N.Kent, sen., Newcastle upon Tynecorn-dealer. [Browne, Fenchurch st. C. Buckland, Sturminster Newton, shopkeeper. rBattye, Chancery lane. J. Boast, Southtown, Suffolk, innkeeper. [White, Great St Helen's. E. Parsons, Leeds, potter. [Richardson and Co. Poultry. J. Akeroyd, Leeds, shopkeeper. [Robinson, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the 19th instant, at Brighton, the Hon. Caroline Anne Hughes, daughter of the Lord Dinorben, On the 15th instant, at Southtown, Yarmouth, in the 69th year of his age, the Rev. Edward Valpy, rector of All Saints, Thwaite, and vicar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ihn. 14. Howarth, Greave, Lancashire, coal-dealer-(Norris and Co. Great Or6ndud-0t. R. Puttock, Billingshurst, Sussex, grocer.-4Henson and Co., Bnkvhrie-st.; J. Wattling, Southtown, otherwise Little Yarmouth, Suffolk, merchant.-Lliatrkins and Co., New Boswell-court. J. Weston, Stoke-upon-Trent, Surgeon.-[Smith, New Bridge st. J: Barnett and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and J. E. Marshall, Horton, Yorkshire, worsted spinuers-Octber 3, J., J., and W. Forster, Carlisle, bankers -October 9, T. Pitt, Southtown, Suffolk, mercbant-Octhber 2, B. Clay, Huddersfield, tir, ber merchant-October 8, T. Tab- berer, Birminighamt, cheesemonger-October2, S. Pitchfortb, 9righouise, Yorkshire. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SOUTHCOTE, Thomas (c.1622-64), of Buckland Tout Saints, Devon.

    of the peace in 1525. Southcote’s great-grandfather sat for Dartmouth in 1559, having married the heiress of the manor of Southtown; the manor house, adjoining Dartmouth Castle, was destroyed in the Civil War. Southcote’s father was nominated a commissioner of

    PASTON, Robert (1631-83), of Oxnead, Norf. and Pall Mall, Westminster

    of strong court backing for a bill to extend the boundaries of Yarmouth so as to include his property at Southtown, or Little Yarmouth, across the river, and to grant him an imposition on all deals brought into the country

    ASSHENDEN, Thomas I (d.c.1393), of Dartmouth, Devon.

    vacant plot and as much land as he could reclaim from the sea, and he also owned two messuages in Southtown, Dartmouth. That in 1387 Bishop Brantingham of Exeter granted him, his wife, and Avice permission to have mass celebrated

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 May 1825, 11 May 1825

    and for making and maintaining Roads « from Dawlish to the Exeter Turnpike Roads, together " with a Road from Southtown to Chudleigh, and certain " Branches communicating with the same, all in the " County of Devon " to Subscribers-only content

    16 May 1825, 16 May 1825

    and for making " and maintaining Roads from Dawlish to the Exeter " Turnpike Roads, together with a Road from Southtown " to Chudleigh, and certain Branches communicating " with the same, all in the County of Devon " " Subscribers-only content

    18 May 1825, 18 May 1825

    for making and vnain- " taining Roads from Dawlish to, the Exeter Turnpike " Roads, together with a Road from Southtown to Chud- " leigh, and certain Branches communicating with the " same, all in the County of Devon." The Subscribers-only content

    20 May 1825, 20 May 1825

    and for making and maintaining Roads from Dawlish " to the Exeter Turnpike Roads, together with a Road " from Southtown to Chudleigh, and certain Branches " communicating with the same, all in the County of " Devon:" " An Subscribers-only content

    20 May 1825, 20 May 1825

    " for making and maintaining Roads from Daxdish to the " Exeter Turnpike Roads, together with a Road from " Southtown to Chudleigh, and certain Branches com- " municating with the same, all in the County of " Devon" 52. Subscribers-only content

 

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