Norfolk Lists from the Reformation to the Present Time: Comprising Lists of Lord Lieutenants, Baronets, High Sheriffs, and Members of Parliament, of the County of Norfolk; Bishops, Deans, Chancellors, Archdeacons, Prebendaries, Members of Parliament, Mayors, Sheriffs, Recorders, & Stewards, of the City of Norwich; Members of Parliament and Mayors of the Boroughs of Yarmouth, Lynn, Thetford, and Castle Rising; Also a List of Persons Connected with the County, of Whom Engraved Portraits Have Been Published, and a Descriptive List of Tradesmens' Tokens & Provincial Halfpennies Issued in the County of Norfolk
Matchett, Stevenson, and Matchett, 1837 - Names, Personal - 198 pages
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2nd Viscount Townshend Arms author of Sermons Bacon Bart Benjamin Berney Bidwell Bishop of Norwich Blickling Blomefield Browne Castle Rising Christopher Clarke County daughter Duke Earl of Orford Eldest elected Bishop Englestown Felbrigg Fitzroy Francis Gawdy Grocers Hall Harbord High Sheriff Hillington Holkham Honingham Horatio Walpole Houghton Hunstanton James John Haten John Turner John Wakefield Joseph Kimberley Lieutenant of Norfolk Lord Lieutenant Lord Walpole M. P. for Castle M. P. for Norfolk M. P. for Norwich M. P. for Yarmouth MARY Matthew Mayor Melton Constable Mingay native of Norwich Norfolk Parliament Paston Peter Philip Prebendary Preston Quiddenham Rainham Rector resided Richard Robert Walpole Samuel Sheriff of Norfolk Shottisham Sir Charles Turner Sir Edward Sir Henry Sir John Hobart Sir John Turner Sir Robert Sir Thomas Sir William Sprowston Stow Bardolph Suffolk Thomas William Coke translated to Norwich West Harling wife Windham Wolterton
Page 4 - ... he should by all fair means seek to preserve and maintain, relying upon the goodness of God, for the preservation of himself and his rights. Mar. 2. Upon the report of the King's answer, the two houses resolved, That the kingdom should be forthwith put in a posture of defence; that all the lord lieutenants in England should bring in their commissions, and cancel them as illegal...
Page 132 - THOMAS AMYOT, esq., FRS, and treasurer of the Society of Antiquaries, a native of this parish, is the editor of "Speeches in Parliament of the right hon. William Windham, 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1812; including some account of the Life of that Statesman, to whom he was private Secretary.
Page 61 - MAYORS. 1675. John Manser 1676. Thomas Chickering 1677. John Richer 1678. Jehosaphat Davy 1679. Henry Crowe 1680. Robert Freeman 1681. Hugh Bokenham 1682. John Lowe 1683. William Helwys 1684. Nicholas Helwys 1685. Francis Gardiner 1686. William Satter 1687.
Page 169 - ... great-aunt." They are buried in Framingham Earl churchyard, where is a table monument over their remains, setting forth the above particulars in full, with the respective periods of their deaths. Dr. 11. was Mayor of Norwich in 1805, and, as JR states, an eminent physician of that city. lie was the author of An Essay on Animal Heat, On the Agriculture of Framingham and llolhham, and of other works on Midwifery, Medicine, and .Agriculture.
Page 12 - II. Sheriffs were elected by the Freeholders of the County, as the Coroners are at this day.
Page 76 - He was one of the Regicides who signed the death warrant of Charles I...
Page 52 - Norwich, which has the city arms (gules, a castle triple towered argent, in base a lion passant gardant or) on the obverse with the inscription 'Norwich Twopenny Piece for change not profit', and a shuttle on the reverse.
Page 59 - Lindsey died, Thomas Baret 1651. Bernard Church 1652. William Barnham 1653. John Mann 1654. Thomas Toft 1655. John Salter 1656. Samuel Puckle 1657. Christopher Jay 1658. Roger Mingay 1659. William Davy 1660. Sir Jos.