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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Earls Colne Church

    it ended on his expulsion by Bishop (later Archbishop) Laud in 1631 . 90 Another Puritan, Samuel Stone curate of Stisted , lec- tured in the church in 1630 . 91 John Hawksby , vicar by 1630 , was accused

    White Colne Church White Colne church before restoration

    alleged to behave irreverently in church and to preach infrequently. 42 In 1629 and 1630 Samuel Stone , curate of Stisted who was later suspended for nonconformity, lectured in the parish without a licence. 43 Robert Guyon , incumbent from

    Houses of Benedictine monks The cathedral priory of the Holy Trinity or Christ Church , Canterbury

    Vauxhall and Walworth in Surrey ; the manors of Bocking , Bocking in Mersea, Milton , Lalling, 26 Southchurch , Stisted , Panfield and Borley in Essex ; the manor of Wotton in Sussex ; the manor of Newington in

    INDEX K-Z

    , Hen., Stebbing , Wm., Wm. Sadler, Stephen , count of Mortain and king of England , Steven , Matt., Stisted , stocks, Stoke by Nayland (Suff.), Stoke park, Stoke Park ( Surrey ), Stoke , Ric., Stone , Sam.,

    Churches St. Mary-at-the-Walls , 1864

    preached there on Sunday mornings from 1657 to 1662 . 28 William Shelton , rector 1670-99 , who also held Stisted 1691-9 , was a staunch defender of the Church of England , and opposed papists, Quakers, and other dissenters,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    plumber,-[Bigg, Southampton-buildings. F. Jones. Cornshill, silversmith.-Evitt and Price, Haydon-square; BIRTAS. At Ipswich, on the Sth inst., the Lady of Lieut.-COl. Stisted, King's Own Light Dra- On the 11th inost, of twin daughters, Mrs. hichard Knight, of York-street, St. onmesastsqudaye who Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    22 y. are of age. Tbe weddiig party vecat off byythe birniegh cmrailwaaYna a honeymoon excerscon. DEATHS. On Thursday, at Stisted Hlall, having reached his S1th year, Charles SavilL Coley, ELq., a magistrate htir Essex. At Exeter, at er a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the blade. After some discussion the inquiry was adjourned. INCENDIARISMS.-In consequence of a late incendiary fire at Mr King's; Stisted, Essex, a considerable number of agricultural labourers-have been discharged by their mas- ters, and no fewer than 19 persons Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bythe Rev. CoARet aS FORSTEs. B.I one of the Six Preachers in the Cathedral of Christ, Canterbury, ar Rector of Stisted, Essex, Author of "1 Mahometanism Unveiled." 1' He has perhaps written the first chapter of the history of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4 STATIONERS' HALL COURT. SCHOOL BOOKS, PUflLOltrfl DXs SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, AND CO. AND OTHER PROPRIETORS. Latin and Greek. s. d. Bland's Latin Hexameters and Pentameters. l2mo . 3 0 The Key. 12mo . 5 0 Bosworth's Introduction to Latin Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HERING, John (by 1503-58/63), of London and Stisted, Essex.

    1503-58/63), of London and Stisted, Essex. Constituency Dates Colchester 1555 Lostwithiel 1558 Ofifces Held Proctor, ct. arches by Feb. 1539-42 or later; master in Chancery c.1540-5. Biography John Hering may have been born in either Herefordshire or Lincolnshire where various

    DAUNDY, Edmund (by 1468-1515), of Ipswich, Suff.

    The landed property not otherwise bequeathed was entrusted for four or five years to the executor William Stisted, a prominent municipal official. Stisted was required to provide £12 a year for the exhibition at Gray’s Inn of the heir, William,

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    John Motram, 24/3/1554

    Motram Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Deprivation Date 24/3/1554 Office/Status not given Clerical Status Location Stisted// OTHER INFORMATION Source 'Canterbury Sede Vacante' (Institution Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction (Sede Vacante)/Canterbury Province 0- 0 Comment Office church.Motram

    John Fissher, 24/3/1554

    John Title Priest Qualification LLB University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 24/3/1554 Office/Status not given Clerical Status Location Stisted// OTHER INFORMATION Source 'Canterbury Sede Vacante' (Institution Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction (Sede Vacante)/Canterbury Province 0- 0 Comment Office church.Motram

    Edwardus Ryle, 12/4/1561

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 205009 Linked to person: Rylye, Edwardus 1542-1561 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Ryle Forename Edwardus Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 12/4/1561 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Stisted//Essex

    Willelmus Wakefeld, 10/8/1552

    Clerical Status Location Stisted//deanery of Bocking OTHER INFORMATION Source LPL, Cranmer's Register (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Cranmer, Thomas/Canterbury Province 1533- 1553 Comment Mottram, priest. Stisted in the deanery of Bocking in the Archbishop's immediate jurisdiction. Dean of Bocking to induct.f.421.

    Richardus Kitchyn, 12/4/1561

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 205009 Linked to person: Kytchyn, Richard 1561-1600 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Kitchyn Forename Richardus Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Collation Date 12/4/1561 Office/Status Rector Clerical

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Life in our villages, 1891

    There had been room for more labour, but everything looked prosperous; and as to the cottages in the village of Stisted , which I found at the end of my walk, between three and four miles out from Braintree , Subscribers-only content

    Life in our villages, 1891

    to be able even to suggest a possible remedy. The truth I am reluctantly driven to by my visit to Stisted , more than by anything I have seen yet, is that this question is one of wages, and wages Subscribers-only content

    Life in our villages, 1891

    forbids that-but of malt and hops, which the men brew into beer for themselves. There is a small brewhouse in Stisted , where the men, for a payment of eighteenpence or so, may brew their beer, which they generally do Subscribers-only content

    Life in our villages, 1891

    working woman, who afforded rather a telling illustration of this. " Well," I began, " and are the people leaving Stisted and going into the towns, as they are doing in other parts?" "No," said the woman; " I don't Subscribers-only content

    Bishop Butler's predictions referring to the Right Honourable W. E. Gladstone's times, 1896

    Robes, that they might be caught up to Heaven. AmongAnglican Clergy¬ men, one, Charles Forster , of Stisted , had the Sense to predict that though A.D. 1845 would terminate the Period, the Events might probably never be noted 1 Subscribers-only content

 

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