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You searched for: Place: "Antingham" "Antingham", Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of St Benet

    harassed him at Antingham by taking his plough-cattle, and in other ways, so that he has been unable to cultivate and sow his lands, and have so threatened his men and servants of the town of Antingham that they have Victoria County History

    CALTHROPE (CALTHORPE), Bertram (by 1530-96), of Thorpe Market and Norwich, Norf. and London.

    his native Antingham, and through his marriage presumably also in Kent. He died intestate on 24 Oct. 1596, and on 6 Nov. the administration of the estate was granted to his wife. A brass in the nave of Antingham church, History of Parliament

    Census of England and Wales, 1871. (33 & 34 Vict. c. 107.) Population tables. Area, houses, and inhabitants. Vol. II. Registration or union counties., 1872

    Swafidd - Uradfield - Felmingham - Westwiok - 222. ERPINGHAM. 1. Noktii Walshaji NOUTII WAL8HAM - Suffield - - - Antingham - r Gunton - Thorpe Market South Rapps - Gifninghatn Trunch - Knapton Mundsley Trimingham - Sidestrand North Repps Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Census of England and Wales, 1871. (33 & 34 Vict. c. 107.) Population tables. Area, houses, and inhabitants. Vol. II. Registration or union counties., 1872

    Anstey , Anston . , Warm. Wilh Yk Auston cumMcmbris „ Anston, N. & S. » Anthorn (») . C«'«/*. Antingham . Antony . Antony . Antony . Antrobus Par. Par. Tp. Eel. D Par. Par. Par. Tp. Eel. D Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Report of the Committee of Council on Education (England and Wales); with appendix., 1878

    ot Byelaws. KOEFOLK: (C.) GEEAT YABSIOtJIH - Noewicu (C.) iHETrOKD (U.D.) - TUKTFOED- Grcat and IAUU Snarehill. Kttverstone (e.) Antingham and South, Hcpp* (UJX). Anlingham Bmdfield - Gunton South Jtepps Thorpe Market - (e.) Atlactm •with Bunwett (con¬ tributory). Attteborough Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Report of the Committee of Council on Education (England and Wales); with appendix., 1878

    - Norwich (C.) TltSTPOEI* (U.IV) - Thctpokd - Greit and JAUlt jSnarehBi. Kiicerstone (c.) Antingiiam and South litppi (U.D.). Antingham Bradfitld - Gunton South Repps Thorp* Sfarket - . (c.) Atlacton - - j with Bttttxctll (con- i tributory)- 1 Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Eighth report of the Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts. Report and appendix.--(Part I.), 1881

    Ryswick, treaty of; xi., 100 a. ltysyng, Kich .", of Antingham, will of ; 334 a. Ky vcs : Lieut.-Col., weekly charge of his troop ; 59S a. John, of Wey; C30a. S. Sabbath, the, persons forbidden to work ou Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    good gardens and orchard, and about 83 Acres of Land, lying enclosed in a ring fence, in the parish of Antingham, near North Walsham.- The Jbove estate is in excellent condition, having been V man y ye*™ 'n the occupation Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    fields, till he lost the traces in the high road. The next day he went to Ireland Watts' house at Antingham, and shewed his writ of assistance as authority for searching, but Robert Watts, who was also there, told him Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Frederick G., Buruham 975 5 Barker, Joseph, Chelmsford 955 6 Postle, Albert A., Great Hautbois 950 7 York, Charles G.. Antingham 917 8 Burton, Alice E , Lowestoft 888 9 Barker, Eruest S., late of Cambridge 864 10 Bulwer, Herbert Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Plumsteael; Page, Banburgh ; Hill, Ryburgh ; Bar- ! ton, Thraxton ; Hastings, Watton ; Gedney, Hasleston ; | Barcham, Antingham ; Rev. James, Buxton, Juby, Weston ; ! Athill, Ruston ; Chamberlain, Mattishall Burgh; Abbott, j Castleacre ; Dix, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    disease, which appears to be prevailing with severity in the Blofield district. Cases were also reported from the neighbourhood of Antingham and one or two other points. S»me discussion took place with reference to some infected sheep of Mr. Harvey, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Marsh -_.'onday_, Westlirook : Friday, Old Ronmey 10.30 Torquay-Tuesday. Dainton Elms: Friday, Compton, 11. Walsham, North-Tuesday, Hast.ro' Uill i Friday, Antingham Ponds. 11. Whitehaven-Tuesday, Sundwitli; Friiay, Arlecdon, 10.."0 Woithmg-Wednesday, Mantham Firs, 10.30. SCOTLAND. FOXHOUNDS. Bueclench'*, Duko of-Monday, Minto ; Tuesday,*Drygrange Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Parisian LADY (Protestant) to Teach Four Children ; eldest 10; music, French, ami drawing.- Apply to Mrs. H. E. D., Antingham Rectory, North Walsham, Norfolk. ALADY. North German (Hanover), WANTS to have a SITUATION as Superior NURSERY GOVERNS*.. German, elementary Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    HAMPTON an.l SONS. PALL-MALL EAST, SANITARY nad ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS. I DECORATORS, and COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS. "TTAMPTON au.l SONS. LAST DAY j "|_| AMPTON and SONS. Of SPECL\L j J T AMPTON an J SONS. FOUR DAYS' HAMPTON and SONS. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    or into the parishes, townships, extra-parochial j and other places following, or some of them, viz., North 1 Walsham, Gunton, Antingham, Suffield. Swabeld, Rough- ten, Bradfleld, Southrepps, Saorpe Market, Noi threpps Overstraud, and Cromer, all iv the county of Norfolk. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    General Evening Post, FROM SATURDAY NOV 6 TO TUESDAY NOV 9 1790

    MO- N DAY, Nov. S- Frr thes L NDO N P A; I E TzT E. * .~-ST. JAMES'LN O*.4.4 7- n-; ae y hise * h.Eme r to 'notify his Imper ria aleyeleft elec- ~ion to be:Xin:-g othth Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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