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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 1 [St. Martin Vintry.] Vintrie Ward.

    Mercatoris de Civitate Burdegalia. Qui obiit 27. die Martii, An. Dom. 1439 . Cujus animæ propitietur Deus. Hic jacet Willielmus Stokesby , quondam Civis & Vinetarius London , & Juliana uxor ejus. Qui obiit 25. Die Decemb. 1381 . Cujus

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 2, 11 October 1597, 11 October 1597-11 October 1597

    Whale of Norwich, Austen Aldridge of Norwiche, Edward Langford of Frettenham, Edward Hilton of Lingwood , Clerk, Robert Holland of Stokesby , having been sent for by Warrant from the Lords of Her Majesty's most Honourable Privy Council, to answer

    Wills, 7 Richard II (1383-4)

    Sir William de Eyremyn, clerk. Dated London, the Vigil of Pentecost [29 May ] , A.D. 1384. Roll 112 (127). Stokesby (Juliana, relict of William de, late vintner). To be buried near her aforesaid husband in the church of S.

    Wills, 20 Richard II (1396-7)

    chantry in the said church for the good of his soul, the souls of Katherine his late wife, William de Stokesby, late vintner, Juliana, wife of the same, and others. To Richard Hoo his godson the reversion of a tenement

    Cases before the Committee, December 1651, 01 December 1651-31 December 1651

    Pudding Norton, Norfolk, and a Claimant on his Estate. 16 Dec. 1651. Vol. G No. or p. John Milwood, of Stokesby, Norfolk, begs allowance of his rent-charge of 100 l . a year, granted him by Paris for 800 l Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, Miscellaneous, 1536, 01 January 1536-31 December 1536

    of Bekkiswell, Henry Cadybut of Cranewise, John Chapman of Cressingham Parva, Wm. Bollein of Holt St. Andrew, Simon Riseley of Stokesby, Wm. Whyte of Rollesby, Arnold Whitton of Wytton, Robt. Childe of Styneley, Andrew Dey of Dunham, Thos. Aspall of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ENGLAND, George (1679-1725), of Stokesby and Yarmouth, Norf.

    (1679-1725), of Stokesby and Yarmouth, Norf. Constituency Dates Great Yarmouth 1710 1722 Ofifces Held Mayor, Great Yarmouth 1715-16. Biography George England was the grandson of a leading citizen of Yarmouth, Sir George England, who was knighted by Charles II in

    ENGLAND, George II (1679-1725), of Great Yarmouth and Stokesby, Norf.

    of Great Yarmouth and Stokesby, Norf. Constituency Dates Great Yarmouth 1710 1722 Ofifces Held Freeman, Great Yarmouth 1699, alderman 1715–d., mayor 1715–16. Biography In 1710 England was returned for Great Yarmouth, a seat which his uncles had represented before him,

    CLERE, Robert (d.1420), of Runham and Stokesbury, Norf.

    William, the only two left alive, received from the feoffees of Runham a reversionary interest in lands in Thrigby, Herringby, Stokesby and Mautby (all near Yarmouth) and at Rackheath and Crostwick to the north of Norwich, which were to fall

    APPLEYARD, William (d.1419), of Norwich, Hethel and Bracon Ash, Norf.

    son, John Clere, and as late as 1417 he made a settlement on another of his brothers-in-law, Robert Clere* of Stokesby, of the reversion of the manor of Runham.[footnote]In 1384 Appleyard had assisted in the conveyance of the advowson of

    SPENCER, John (d.1417), of Banham, Norf. and Burgate, Suff.

    remainder to her nephew, William Rookwood of Stanningfield. Previously, Spencer had also acquired the manor of ‘Haringby’ and property in Stokesby and Runham near Great Yarmouth in Norfolk, perhaps owing these, too, to his marriage.[footnote] Meanwhile, he had purchased other

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 February 1720, 8 February 1721

    An Aft doling Bill: " for draining, improving, and enclofing, the Common " called Stokefby Common, ifi> the PariUi of Stokesby, " in the County of Norfolk" The Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill fliall " pafs?" It was Subscribers-only content

    25 February 1720, 25 February 1721

    by from H. C. to re¬ turn Stokesby To return the Bill, intituled, " An Aft for draining, SofingBjJK* " improving, and enclofing, the Common called Stokesby u d.mmon, in the Parifh of Stokesby, in the County of 41 Norfolk;" Subscribers-only content

    23 March 1720, 23 March 1721

    County of Warwick." " 9. An Aft for draining, improving, and enclofing, " the Common called Stokesby Common, in the Parifli of " Stokesby, in the County of Norfolk.'7 Li (i €( " 10. An Aft to enable the Right Subscribers-only content

    15 April 1831, 15 April 1831

    whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of Stokesby: a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists worshipping at Stokesby Chapel, in the County of Norfolk, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    ; Great Yarmouth; Clippesby ; Trunch ; Erping- ham; Castle Rising; Skeyton ; Bressingham; Diss; Tilney All Saints; Magdalen ; Stokesby ; Ludhara ; North Lopham; Tunstead; New Buckenham; Attleborough; Great Mas- singham; Long Stratton ; Dissenters, Rochdale; Providence Chapel, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with tie Countess and sitite, would embark from Portsmouth iii thi Hastings, 78, on Friday. for passage to Quebec. Tre Stokesby and Arab, transports, commanded by Lietitenarits Lugg and Lester, arrived from the river, for the purpose of embarking some Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prisoner; he fired up the road after it. Albert Lowe merely recapitulated his previous evidence on the committal. * Elizabeth Stokesby was now sworn, and as she was ex- amined now for the first time, we give the substance of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lorraine, Landscape; Linrldcape. George Pens, Portrait of Erasmus. Rembrandt, A Young Man in Turkish Costume. Holbein, Sir Henry Guilford; Dr Stokesby; Edward VI. Quentin Matsys, The Misers; A Small Altar. GuAdo Reni, Cleopatra and the Asp. Wife; St Domenichini, St Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    same oil asfollows :-lst heat: F. Fossett, 18, beatT. Guest 12, easily, the latter not finishing the distance-2od heat: GlosterbeatE. Stokesby twoyards.-3rdheat: J. Green,15], won this heat; H. Elton, 12, good third; Weston put bsck 5 yards, Elton 2-4th heat: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROD17,C3s STAXLF, f0 18 Poppiesd M Smith's Silken Domino apst Mr. Humnphrey'a Hugh Colix; Mr. Brunwin's Flimsy agst Mr. Sutton's Stokesby ;uu Colonel North's Lanoria agst Mr. 1. 6G- Hate's Happy Fun Mr. T. J. Bale'sHead Mourner ngst Mc.- Smith's Subscribers-only content

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