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" Elizabeth's hands, who was often here : she it was that ordered her tenant Chapman, who then lived in Fersfield Lodge, to lay out the way now called Chapman's Entry, out of her own ground, the old way being so strait that the Queen could not conveniently... "
Norfolk Archaeology - Page 291
1872
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The Progresses and Public Processions of Queen Elizabeth: Among ..., Volume 2

John Nichols - England - 1823
...ordered her tenant Chapman, who then lived in Hersfield Lodge, to lay out the way now called Chapman's Entry, out of her own ground, the old way being so...could not conveniently pass through it. It is now disused, and is called Queen Bess's Lane, from her being scratched with the brambles in riding through...
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A General History of the County of Norfolk: Intended to Convey All ..., Volume 2

John Chambers - Norfolk (England) - 1829
...called East 11 not conveniently pass through it: it was afterwards disused, and is called by tradition. Queen Bess's lane, from her being scratched with the brambles in riding through it. KenningItiill continued in the Norfolk family, as their capital seat in this county, till about a century...
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A general history of the county of Norfolk, intended to convey all the ...

John Chambers - 1829
...EloiiKjicld. not conveniently pass through it: it was afterwards disused, and is called by tradition, Queen Bess's lane, from her being scratched with the brambles in riding through it. Kenninghall continued in the Norfolk family, as their capital seat in this county, till about a century...
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Kett's rebellion in Norfolk: being a history of the great civil commotion ...

Frederic William Russell - Kett's Rebellion, 1549 - 1859 - 240 pages
...ordered her tenant Chapman, who then lived in Fersfield Lodge, to lay out the way now called Chapman's Entry, out of her own ground, the old way being so...could not conveniently pass through it : it is now disused, and is called Queen Bess's Lane, from her being scratched with the brambles in riding through...
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Kett's Rebellion in Norfolk: Being a History of the Great Civil Commotion ...

Frederic William Russell - Kett's Rebellion, 1549 - 1859 - 240 pages
...ordered her tenant Chapman, who then lived in Fersfield Lodge, to lay out the way now called Chapman's Entry, out of her own ground, the old way being so strait that the Queen could not conveniently past through it : it is now disused, and is called Queen Bess's Lane, from her being seratehed with...
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Norfolk Archaeology: Or, Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to the County of Norfolk

Norfolk (England) - 1872
...ordered " her tenant Chapman, who then lived in Fersfield Lodge, to lay out the way now called Chapman's Entry, out of her own ground, the old way being so...disused, and is called Queen Bess's Lane, from her being scratehed with the brambles in riding through it, as tradition tells us." It seems pretty evident that...
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Norfolk Archaeology: Or, Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to the County of Norfolk

Norfolk (England) - 1872
...ordered " her tenant Chapman, who then lived in Fersfield Lodge, to lay out the way now called Chapman's Entry, out of her own ground, the old way being so...the Queen could not conveniently pass through it, it ia now (he says) disused, and is called Queen Bess's Lane, from her being scratched with the brambles...
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