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  • * Victoria County History *

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    City of Ely Manors

    as was the strategic importance of Stuntney , a major entrance to the Isle. The upkeep of this passage was a constant care of the monastery. 83 On the creation of the see, Stuntney was granted to the priory and

    City of Ely Sixteenth century

    the hamlets of Chettisham and Stuntney , and various small plots in the town itself or in the open fields. Stuntney and Thorney had been sold after the Dissolution. Cf. below-Manors. Symon Steward, purchaser of Stuntney manor, was guilty of

    City of Ely Churches Plan of St. Mary 's Church Plan of St. Michael and All Angels' Church Pane of the Church of the Holy Cross

    were frequently leased. The most famous lessees were the Stewards, who acquired the rectory of Ely , in addition to Stuntney manor (q.v.), in the 16th century. Oliver Cromwell inherited the property, on the death of his uncle, Sir Thomas

    City of Ely The French war period 1793-1815

    in 1794 , extended east of Ely for about a mile, the hamlets of Quaney, Thorney , Northney , and Stuntney formed a cultivated island, devoted equally to arable and pasture. To the north of the city lay about 1,200

    City of Ely The middle ages

    care of the chief causeways was always of primary, concern to the. monastery-especially the causeway leading from the islet of Stuntney to the east of the main island on which the city stood, and the two causeways of Aldreth and

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Francis, 25/11/1776

    Francis Forename Title Mr Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 25/11/1776 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Stuntney// OTHER INFORMATION Source CUL, EDC 2/2A/4 (Chapter order book 1771-1803) (Dean and Chapter Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Ely Dean

    Atchorley, 14/6/1776

    Atchorley Forename Title Mr Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason not given Date 14/6/1776 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Stuntney// OTHER INFORMATION Source CUL, EDC 2/2A/4 (Chapter order book 1771-1803) (Dean and Chapter Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Ely

    William Metcalfe, 14/6/1827

    Metcalfe Forename William Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 14/6/1827 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Stuntney// OTHER INFORMATION Source CUL, EDC 2/3/2 (presentations 1817-68) (Presentations and Nominations) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Ely Dean and Chapter/Ely 0-

    John Francis, 13/2/1779

    Francis Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 13/2/1779 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Stuntney// OTHER INFORMATION Source CUL, EDR G1/14 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Keene, Edmund/Ely 1771- 1781 Comment By Robert Masters, commission

    William Jones, 5/11/1826

    Surname Jones Forename William Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 5/11/1826 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Stuntney// OTHER INFORMATION Source CUL, EDR G1/16 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Sparke, Bowyer Edward/Ely 1812- 1836 Comment Jones's salary

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    parishes, town~ships, and extra-parochial or other placrs of Ely Trinity, Ely Saint Misry, ElyIlrinit' and Ely Sint 3ary, Ely College, Stuntney, Chetishan, Thotfolrd, and Strethant, or see of theut, in the Isle of Ely and county of Cambridge; and BErrav'v, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Stuntney, which extend over 17,480 acres These parishes are distinguished as Ely Trinity and a Ely St. Mary; the population of the first is about a4.500, and ot the second about half that number, a The hamlet of Stuntney Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and extra parochial and other places following, or some of them, that is to say, Ely Trinity, Ely St. Mary, Stuntney, Sobam, Barwsy, Wicken, Fordham, Isleham, and the Isle of Ely, in the county of Cambridge ; and Freckenham, Worlington, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and extra parochial and other places following, or some of them, that is to say, Ely Trinity, Ely St. Mary, Stuntney, Soham. Barway, Wicken, Fordham, Isleham, and the Isle of Ely, in the county of Cambridge ; and Freckenham, Worlington, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and extra parochial and other places following, or some of them, that is to say, Ely Trinity, Ely St. Mary, Stuntney, Soham, Barway, Wicken, Fordham, Isleham, and the Isle of Ely, in the county of Cambridge ; and Freckenham, Worlington, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 February 1794, 12 February 1794

    Ferry, Wretton, Were- ham, West Dereham, Outwell, Upwell, and Welney, in the County of Norfolk; Elm, Outwell, Upwell, Welney, Maney, Stuntney, Ely Trinity, Ely Saint Mary, Church- am otherwise Chettisham, Littleport, Stretham, Thetford, Vo L. 49. Downham, Covency, Witchford, Witcham, Subscribers-only content

    14 February 1794, 14 February 1794

    Oxhirgh, Stoke Ferry, Wretton, Wtreham, WestDereham,Outwell% Upivell, and Welney, in the County of Norfolk ; Elm, Outwell, U'pwell, Welney, Maney, Stuntney, Ely Trinity, Ely Saint Mary, Churcham otherwiseChettisham, Little^ port, Stretham, Thetford, Downham, Coveney, Witchford, Witcham, Wing ford or Wentworth, Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1794, 3 March 1794

    the County of Suffolk, Feltwett Saint Mary, Feltwell Saint Nicholas, Methiuold, Northwold, and Oxburgh, in the County of Norfolk, and Stuntney, Ely Trinity, Ely Saint Mary, Churcham, otherwise Chattisham, Littleport, Stretham, Downham, Coveney, Witchford, Witcham, Wilburton, Haddenham, and Sutton, within Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1794, 3 March 1794

    the County of Suffolk, Feltwell Saint Mary, Feltwell Saint Nicholas, Methwold, Northwold, and Oxbiirgh, in the County of Norfolk, and Stuntney, Ely Trinity, Ely Saint Mary, Churcham, otherwise Chattisham, Littleport, Strriham, Downham, Coveney, Witchford, Witcham, Wil- burton, Haddenham, and Sutton, Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1794, 18 March 1794

    the County of Suffolk, Feltwell Saint Mary, Feltwell Saint Nicholas, Methwold, Northwold, and Oxburgh, in the County of Norfolk, and Stuntney, Ely Trinity, Ely Saint Mary, Churcham, otherwise Chattisham, Littleport, Stretham, Downhajn, Coveney, Witchford, Witcham, Wilburton, Haddenham, and Sutton, within Subscribers-only content

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