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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colleges College of Baily End, or Gild of St Mary , Thetford

    of Baily End, or Gild of St Mary , Thetford 114. THE COLLEGE OF BAILY END, OR GILD OF ST . MARY, THETFORD 1 There was at an early period in Thetford a gild dedicated to the Blessed Virgin, consisting

    Hospitals Domus Dei, Thetford

    Domus Dei, Thetford 60. THE HOSPITAL OF DOMUS DEI, THETFORD God's House, or Domus Dei, was a house of early foundation. Blomefield believed that it dated back to the days when William Rufus removed the episcopal see from Thetford to

    Friaries Thetford

    Friaries Thetford 60. THE DOMINICAN FRIARS OF THETFORD The Friar Preachers were not established at Thetford until the year 1335, an unusually late date for the founding of a house of any of the mendicant orders. The church of St.

    Houses of Cluniac monks The priory of St Mary , Thetford

    Houses of Cluniac monks The priory of St Mary , Thetford 19. THE PRIORY OF ST . MARY, THETFORD 1 The Cluniac priory of Thetford was first founded on the Suffolk side of the river by Roger Bigod in the

    Hospitals Hospitals in Thetford

    Hospitals Hospitals in Thetford 97-102. THE SIX HOSPITALS OF THETFORD God's House, or Domus Dei God's House, or Domus Dei, was a house of early foundation, Blomefield believed that it dated back to the days when William Rufus removed the

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    Thetford

    Thetford Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the corporation Number qualified to vote: 31 LORD CHARLES FITZROY 9 Mar. 1820 NICHOLAS WILLIAM RIDLEY COLBORNE 9 Mar. 1820 LORD CHARLES FITZROY 12 June 1826 WILLIAM BINGHAM BARING 12 June

    Thetford

    Thetford Borough Background Information GILES HERON 1529 WILLIAM DAUNTESEY 1529 (not known) 1536 (not known) 1539 (not known) 1542 (not known) 1545 JOHN BRENDE 1547 RICHARD HEYDON 1547 SIR JOHN CLERE 1553 (Mar.) HENRY NORTHEY 1553 (Mar.) WILLIAM HUNSTON

    Thetford

    Thetford Borough Background Information EDMUND GASCOIGNE 12 Jan 1559 THOMAS POLEY I 12 Jan 1559 (SIR) RICHARD FULMERSTON 1562/3 EDWARD CLERE 1562/3 PHIOP APPLEYARD 1571 THOMAS HOGAN 1571 WILLIAM HUMBERSTON 1572 THOMAS COLBY II 1572 SIR VALENTINE BROWNE vice

    Thetford

    Thetford Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the corporation SIR PHILIP WODEHOUSE, Bt. c. Apr. 1660 ROBERT PASTON c. Apr. 1660 SIR ALLEN APSLEY 25 Mar. 1661 WILLIAM GAWDY 25 Mar. 1661 JOSEPH WILLIAMSON vice Gawdy, deceased 22

    Thetford

    Thetford Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the corporation DUDLEY NORTH 29 Jan. 1715 JOHN WARD 29 Jan. 1715 SIR EDMUND BACON 26 Mar. 1722 ROBERT JACOMB 26 Mar. 1722 SIR EDMUND BACON 24 Aug. 1727 ROBERT JACOMB

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    King Ethelbald. Danes King Ethelbald. Danes.

    counsaile, made all one course, & lastly landed in East Englād or Northfolke, and in processe of tyme came to Thetford. Therof hearyng Edmund, then vnder Kyng of that prouince: assembled an host, that gaue to them battaile.S. Edmūd kyng

    K. Codrinus. The Danes comming to Eng. Yorke burned. King Edmund martyred.

    counsel, made al one course, & lastly landed in East England, or Northfolke, & in proces of time came to Thetford. Thereof hearing Edmund, then vnder king of that prouince: S. Edmund king of Eastangles. assembled an host, that gaue

    Danes. King Ethelbald. K. Ethelbald. King Edmund. Actes and Monum. of the Church.

    and craftie Dane approching in most hastie spede vpon the king, encountred with him in battaile (as some saye) at Thetford: where the king being put to the worse, and pitieng the terrible slaughter of his men: thinking with himselfe

    A Councell holden at Thetford. K. Iue. Adelmus. Iohn of Beuerly.

    holden at Thetford. K. Iue. Adelmus. Iohn of Beuerly.rence of that man, and no lesse thought I it my duetie so to doe. The which man for that he hath beene dyrected by the authoritie of this sea Apostolicall, I

    Book 6, page 1340 (1563)

    the deathe of two honest weomen which were brought fourthe & suffered in the same towne anone after.And as he was going to the fire, there came a certaine maideThe name of this maid was Rose Pattinghā to him

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ii'ed a Few days 61ce a etter was received tromn himin iritrinating, that if a proper parset1 was dispatched to Thetford, tile yonitr lady votltid he Taidy to retlrl to ler friendc. hlie uuae vf the D oinf lady proceeded Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    m. - -- Anthony Hyde, of Brandon, Suffuik, liquor-rmerchent; Feb. 22,at hvec 2, Marca 22,at cleven, at the George Ia, Thetford. ' Atoinev, Mr. Fuller, Brandis3. Francis. Hail, Jermyn-street, St, James's, cordiwainet, Feb. 15, 1S, March 22, at ooe, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H. Smith, Burslero, Staffordshire, draper. Attornies, Messrs. Williams and White, Old Buildings, Lincoln's-inn. F. Willett, L. Willett, and R. Willett, Thetford, Norfolk, bankers. Attornies, Messrs. Blagrave and Walter, Syrnond's-inn, Chan- cery-lane. J. Hudson, Ulverston, Lancashire, victualler. Attorney, Mr. Blakelock, Serjeant's-inr, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of 30 miles to be tried. Mr. COLuBORNE opposed the motion; as the Assizes, be said, had been held at Thetford for more than vix centuries. The motion was supported by Mr. Buxton, Dr. Lushington, and Mr. W. Smith and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to be fesced, proved death to her, ascshe survived the shock not mxanyr darys.-Chelmafoad Chronicle. On the tch inist. at Thetford, Norfolk, in bar 74tb year, universally esteemed acid letaented by all~t who know the- many e:tceltences of her character, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 March 1704, 28 March 1704

    under Cuf- " tody, in Thetford, in the County of Norfolk:" It is " Ordered, That the Serjeant at Arms attending this •' Houfe, his Deputy or Deputies, Ihall forthwith re- " pair to Thetford aforehid, and bring thence the Subscribers-only content

    29 March 1751, 29 March 1751

    fo far " as the fame relates to the Navigation of the River 14 commonly called The Leffer Ouze, from Thetford to « Brandon, and from Brandon to a Place called The « White Houfe, near Brandon Ferry, in the Subscribers-only content

    3 April 1751, 3 April 1751

    Waveney, fo far " as the fame relates to the Navigation of the River " commonly The Lejfer Oiize, from Thetford to Brandon, " and from Brandon to a Place called The White Houfe, " near Brandon Ferry, in the Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1751, 22 May 1751

    and Waveney, fo far as the fame relates to the Navigation of the River commonly called The Lejfer Ouze, from Thetford to Brandon, and from Brandon to a Place called The White Houfe, near Brandon Ferry, in the Counties of Subscribers-only content

    11 March 1767, 11 March 1767

    End of " 'the Town Clofe in the County of the City of Norwich " to the Chalk Pits near Thetford in the faid County of " Norfolk" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. A Meffage was Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Thet Lodge

    2009 Warrant of Bi-centenary: 8th January 2009 Numeration 1894 onwards: 3334 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Bridges Walk, Thetford, Norfolk, England 1964 Breckland Hall, Earls Street, Thetford, Norfolk, England 1949 The Guildhall, Thetford, Norfolk, England 1958 Guildhall, Thetford, Norfolk, England 1908

    Royal Edwin Lodge

    Meeting Places Sun, Norwich Street, Fakenham, Norfolk 1765 Red Lion, Market Place, Fakenham, Norfolk 1766 White Hart, White Hart Street, Thetford, Norfolk 1782 Angel, Angel Hill, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk 1789 Six Bells, Chequer Square, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk 1803

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 24th September 1835

    through the town. There were races going on there. It began to rain soon afterwards. We changed horses next at Thetford , after a long wearisome stage of 16 miles through a very ugly country like a dessert, which appeared

    Thursday 24th September 1835

    through the town. There were races going on there. It began to rain soon afterwards. We changed horses next at Thetford , after a long wearisome stage of 16 miles through a very ugly country like a desert, which appeared

 

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