2 edition of Massingham Parva, past and present. found in the catalog.
Massingham Parva, past and present.
Ronald F. McLeod
p. 141-63: extracts from parish registers, 1559-1880.
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Notes p. extracts from parish registers, Little Massingham is a small village and civil parish in the English county of is located on the northern boundary of Great covers an area of km 2 ( sq mi) and had a population of 74 in 37 households at the census.
For the purposes of local government, it falls within the district of King's Lynn and West NorfolkCountry: England. Whilst transcribing Rev. Ronald McLeod's parish history Massingham Parva Past & Present (), I came across some information about social unrest amongst the labourers of the parish in Being partial, Rev.
McLeod regarded the labourers as little more than criminals, stirred up by outside agitators. He concludes that "the time of disaffection was the. Whilst transcribing Rev.
Ronald McLeod’s parish history Massingham Parva Past & Present (), I came across some information about social unrest amongst the labourers of the parish in Being partial, Rev. McLeod regarded the labourers as little more than criminals, past and present. book up by outside agitators. Massingham Parva present handsome inner roof of the chancel was added in by the Rev.
Brereton. The first recorded Rector of Massingham Parva was in Graves of RAF aircrew at St. Andrew's. The early Parish Registers were on parchment and date from the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.
Whilst transcribing Rev. Ronald McLeod's parish history Massingham Parva Past & Present (), I came across some information about social unrest amongst the labourers of the parish in Being partial, Rev. McLeod regarded the labourers as little more than criminals, stirred up by outside agitators.
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Sir Robert Mordaunt 2nd Bart. (abt. or before - ), who married Amy ing to 'Massingham Parva, Past and Present' they had a total of seven children five of whom were born and baptized at Little Massingham. Little Massingham is also known as Massingham Parva.
See also Great Massingham marriages and deaths between and (and for the censuses from to ), Little Massingham was in Freebridge Lynn You can see the administrative areas in which Little Massingham has been placed at times in the past.
Select one to see a link to a. 'Massingham Parva, Past and Present' states he was a lunatic. All this is curiously at odds with the British History Online history of Massingham Parva page which states that the Crown appointed the rector of S.
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GREEN’S NORWICH MONTHLY ILLUSTRATED Estimated Price £ - £ This lot achieved £ Full Details. HENRY SWINDEN: THE HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES OF THE Estimated Price £80 - £ This lot was unsold. Baron Mordaunt lived to see his son Robert knighted by James 1 inbut he died aged 55 inand was buried next to his first wife in Little Massingham Church.
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Paston St Margaret is an Ancient Parish in the Waxham deanery of the Diocese of Norwich. Paston is mentioned in the Domesday Book of In the survey Paston is known by the name ‘Pastuna’ with the main tenant landowner being William de Warenne.
It also mentions the church and a mill in the parish. The Romans seem to have had a station here, where the castle now stands, which might have induced also the first Earl Warren to make choice of it; and from the north part of the present entrenchments, there runs a way which goes to Castleacre-Wicken and from thence it proceeds over the country leaving Massingham and Houghton on the right, and.
" See Diarmaid MacCulloch, ‘Kett’s Rebellion in Context: A Rejoinder’, Past and Present, no. 93 (), –2; Diarmaid MacCulloch ‘A Reformation in the Balance: Power Struggles in the Diocese of Norwich, –’, in Carole Rawcliffe, Roger Virgoe and Richard Wilson (eds.), County and Communities: Essays in East Anglian Cited by: 4.
Category: Historic Tale Wolterton – A Lost Norfolk Village Mentioned in the Domesday Book of ADWolterton (near Calthorpe and Itteringham) was listed as both Ultertuna and Wivetuna, having 4 smallholders on the land with ½ a plough team on 16 acres.
John Murray Mordaunt was the younger brother of Sir Charles Mordaunt, 10th Baronet (of Massingham Parva), who passed the baronetcy to his son Osbert L'Estrange Mordaunt ( - ).
Henry John Mordaunt ( - ). He inherited the baronetcy as 12th Baronet after his cousin, Osbert L'Estrange, the 11th Bart., died without children. Find link is a tool written by Edward Betts.
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Born in Rockland St Peter, Norfolk, England. Fersfield St Andrew is an Ancient Parish in the Redenhall deanery of the diocese of Norwich. Fersfield has been variously recorded as Fersevella, Fervessella, Ferefeud, Fairfeud, Fairvill, and Fersfell, all which seem to signify a Fair Fee, or Village.
The village was recorded in the Domesday Book under Fersfield, however. The nave to the east cuts around the buttress to embrace it. This peculiarity may be partly the result of a restoration by Thomas Jekyll in the ’s.
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Peak District, England, UK. Guildford, Surrey, England, UK. The family of their distant cousins, the baronets of Massingham Parva, was apparently much more fecund and their extended family was spread around the country, from the fashionable West End of London to the Midlands, especially in Warwickshire around the family seat of Walton Hall, and in Somerset.
Elsewhere in England Mordaunts were spread thinly. John Strype took the matter in hand in the next century and made a new book of the Survey in two volumes, folio, The sixth edition, enlarged by John Strype, “brought down to the present time by careful hands,” was published in the same form in Strype died in The present number is an earnest of its intentions; in early future numbers other sections will be added which will steadily bring it nearer to the ideal that it has set out to reach.
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Little Massingham - is a small village and civil parish in the English county of is located on the northern boundary of Great the purposes of local government, it falls within the district of King's Lynn and West Norfolk.
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