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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine nuns Priory of Swaffham Bulbeck

    Houses of Benedictine nuns Priory of Swaffham Bulbeck 6. THE PRIORY OF SWAFFHAM BULBECK The priory at Swaffham Bulbeck was probably founded in the second half of the 12th century, either by that Isabel de Bolebec who became the wife

    Swaffham Bulbeck Manors

    substantial manor in Swaffham Bulbeck also extended into Swaffham Prior , where land continued to be h eld of it into the 16th century. 4 It derived from 13/4 hides in Swaffham Bulbeck and 71/4 hides in Swaffham Prior ,

    Swaffham Prior Charities for the poor

    Swaffham Prior Charities for the poor CHARITIES FOR THE POOR. William Thomson by will proved 1492 directed that, if his son George died without issue, his lands and meadows, possibly 10 a., should go to the town of Swaffham Prior

    Swaffham Bulbeck Local government

    Swaffham Bulbeck Local government LOCAL GOVERNMENT. In 1299 Robert, earl of Oxford , complained that Roger of Walsham, to whom his grandfather Earl Hugh had demised Michell Hall manor in 1258 , did not continue to hold the customarily

    Swaffham Prior Education

    Swaffham Prior Education EDUCATION. An unlicensed schoolmaster was reported in 1610 . In the 1640s and 1650s the vicar, Jonathan Jephcott , well versed in ancient languages and mathematics, was educating Roger Rant 's sons and others privately. 58

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P. neu lai, a gellir disagvyl gweledy cwbl wedi ei dale. GOLYGI&A DDYCHRTNLLYD MEWN MIqODFA.-Yn ystod ymweliad mdoldfa Day a Swaffham y dydd. o'r blaen, aeth un o'r ymwelwyrr-gwraig i lafurwr, at dromedari gwyllt a dechreuodd dynu ei'llaw ar hyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tayieer atrd Mould, Gray's-Inn. str B. Potter, Chorlton-rowv, Manchester, Cotton-spinner. Atto. cieq, Messrs. Milne and Parry, Temple. J. Parsons, of Swaffham, Norfolk, linen-draper. Attornenm King, Serjeant's-.In n, Fleet-street. J. Atkins, Hamstall-Rjdwarep Staffordshire, rmiller and cort. dealer. Attorneys, Messrs. Rudell, Clement's-lnn. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Deal) may and Co. Maldon, Criokitt end Co, Nantwich, Broughton and Co. Stockton, Hutchinson and Placer Northampton, Smith and Co. Swaffham, Day and Co. Norwich, Day and Co. Swansea, Gibbiins and Co. Peterborough, Simpson antd Co. Tewbesbury, Hartlands and Co. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    St Edosunds; Rnyner and Stoekwell, Watford; Wykes! Rumford; and in Norfolk by Cubitt, Norwich; Blyth, North Walsham; King, Lynn; Finch, Swaffham; and every respectable medicine vender in the United King- dom. A L M 0 S T all discoveries in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Deighton, 19 Pavement, York; and in Norfolk by Cubitt, Norwich; Blyth, North Walalham; Markland, Yarmouth; Wykes, Romford; King, Lynn; Finch, Swaffham; and every respectable medicine vender in the United Kingdom. N.B. A respectable Young Man wanted, as an Assistant, immediately, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 June 1767, 15 June 1767

    faid Three Bills were read the Firfl: Time. Ayr Roads, Bill: y com Bill \ in " Bottißa?n, Swaffham Bulbed, and Swaffham Prior j "Eaft; and for empowering the Governor, Bailiffs, " and Commonalty, of the Company of Confervators of Subscribers-only content

    29 June 1767, 29 June 1767

    Bedford Level, arid in the County of Cambridge, between the River Cam otherwife Grant; Weft; and the Hard Lands ofBottijham, Swaffham Bul- beck, and Swcffham Prior, Eaft ; and for empowering the Governor, Bailiffs, and Commonalty, of the Com¬ pany Subscribers-only content

    7 March 1770, 7 March 1770

    to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. Norwich to A Menage was brought from the Houfe of Com- Swaffham, mons, by Mr. Townfhend and others : Sec Road Bill. ' J J With a Bill, intituled, " An Subscribers-only content

    14 March 1770, 14 March 1770

    and widening the Road from Saint Bene- " ditl's Gate, in the County of the City of Norwich " to Swaffham, in the County of Norfolk; and from " Halfpenny Bridge, in Honingham, to the Bounds of " Taxham; and Subscribers-only content

    16 March 1770, 16 March 1770

    A. 1770. " tht City of Norwich, to Swaffham, in the County A Meffage was fent to the Houie of Commons, by ^Etffa " of Norfolk, and from Halfpenny Bridge, in Honingham, the former Meffengers : Twg " to the Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MAPLE, William (d.c.1399), of Southampton.

    John Swaffham, for trespass, his sureties in the court of common pleas, along with Sir William Heron†, were Nicholas Exton and other prominent figures in the City. On this occasion he pledged £200 to keep the peace towards Swaffham and

    NORTH, Frederick (1800-1869), of Hastings Lodge, Hastings, Suss. and Rougham, nr. Swaffham, Norf.

    Lodge, Hastings, Suss. and Rougham, nr. Swaffham, Norf. Constituency Dates Hastings 1831 1837 Hastings 10 May 1854 1865 Hastings 1868 29 Oct. 1869 Ofifces Held Mayor, Hastings 1826-7, 1828-9, 1830-1. Biography North was a direct descendant of the Jacobite Roger

    BISHOP (BUSSHOP), William (by 1516-?58), of Great Yarmouth, Norf.

    miles northwest of Yarmouth. Apart from his membership in 1551 of a syndicate of 16 who bought the chantry of Swaffham, there is no indication that Bishop himself owned any considerable property outside Yarmouth.[footnote]Bishop is not easily distinguished from contemporary

    MARSHALL, John I, of Cambridge.

    of properties in Cambridge and the immediate neighbourhood. In 1376 he and others had conveyed to John Payn I* of Swaffham 12 acres in the fields of Barnwell, of which they had previously been enfeoffed by Alice Sleford. He was

    FARRAND, Robert (1792-1855), of 4 Catherine Court, Tower Hill, London

    4 Catherine Court, he was corresponding from Fen Court, Fenchurch Street in 1823 and had long been active in the Swaffham area of Norfolk, where his father had acquired an estate.[footnote] At the general election of 1820 he again contested

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Swaffham New Lodge

    Swaffham New Lodge (0) Lodge Details Serial Number: 1454 SN notes: Warrant of Constitution: 1805 Date of Royal Medal: Date of Freemasons Medal: Numeration 1894 onwards: 0 Lodge Number (1729): 0 Lodge Number (1740): 0 Lodge Number (1755): 0

    Great Lodge

    (1781): 213 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Crown Inn, Market Place, Swaffham, Norfolk 1764

    Ceres Lodge

    TA Centre, Sporle Road, Swaffham, Norfolk, England 2003 Assembly Rooms, Market place, Swaffham, Norfolk, England 1970 Baptist Lecture Hall, Swaffham, Norfolk, England 1949 Assembly Rooms, Swaffham, Norfolk, England 1903 Meeting place not known 1902 Assembly Rooms, Swaffham, Norfolk, England 1901

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 24th September 1835

    William Folkes and Mr. Coke 's tenantry escorted us. We changed horses at Rainham . We next changed horses at Swaffham . A little before the little place the Earl of Stradbroke and some of the inhabitants met us and

    Thursday 24th September 1835

    William Folkes and Mr. Coke 's tenantry escorted us. We changed horses at Rainham . We next changed horses at Swaffham . A little before the little place the Earl of Stradbroke and some of the inhabitants met us and

 

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