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The Fauconberge Memorial: an account of Henry Fauconberge, LL.D. of Beccles

and of the endowment provided by his will to encourage learning and the instruction of youth, with notes and incidental biographical sketches
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of Beccles, and of the endowment provided by his will to encourage learning and the instruction of youth; with notes and incidental bio. Book Description. Printed at Ipswich for the Author,1st edition. Original marbled paper covered boards, original paper label to front board.

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The Fauconberge memorial: an account of Henry Fauconberge, LL.D. of Beccles, and of the endowment provided by his will to encourage learning and the instruction of youth. Fauconberge Memorial; page During several years Dr Fauconberge was an inhabitant of Beccles; a locality which may have been selected by him either with reference to his ecclesiastical duties, or on account of his wife’s connexion with some of the families “of wyrship” in.

Henry Fauconberg, LL.D., by his will, dated May 3rd,bequeathed all his real estates in Corton and the villages adjoining, subject to certain life annuities, upon trust; and devised the rents and profits thereof, after reparations deducted, to make a provision for ever for the encouragement of learning, and the instruction of youth in.

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An illustration of text ellipses. LAST TRIBUTE at Beccles to Mr JHW Woodrow: Firemen from Lowestoft and Beccles formed a guard of honour at Beccles Parish Church on Monday at the funeral of Mr James Harry William Woodrow, of Rigbourne Hill, Beccles, who died, a at Beccles War Memorial Hospital.

Born in Beccles and educated at the old National School, now the fire. Samuel Wilton Rix [of Diss]: 'The Fauconberge Memorial: an account of Henry Fauconberge, LL.D. of Beccles: and of the endowment provided by his Live Estimate 25 - 45 GBP.

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21cm x cm. Illus. Covers a little marked. An account of one of the lesser known Beccles schools. £ (Ref: ) GOODWYN, E. A Prison With a Milder Name: the Shipmeadow House of Industry The Fauconberge Memorial: an account of Henry Fauconberge, Beccles, and of the endowment provided by his will to encourage learning and the instruction of youth, with notes and incidental biographical sketches.

ciform gravestone,shown (with the shaft of a window in the tower) in the initial at p. 13 supra, and some decoratedornaments which were found buried in the foundation, on the.

The Fauconberge Memorial: An Account Of Henry Fauconberge, Of Beccles (): Rix, Samuel Wilton: at: Ciltsiz. HORSE SHOW: Account of East of England Horse Show at Beccles.

Held for a second time at Beccles - previously inbut greatly improved under management of Mr W Groom of Ipswich. entries. Prizes offered totalled £ Show opened on Wednesday. Held on Beccles Common. The Fauconberge Memorial: an account of Henry Fauconberge, Beccles, and of the endowment provided by his will to encourage learning and the instruction of youth, with notes and incidental biographical sketches.

were two manors in Ostrinctunc, namely, Egelfride and Altor, six carucates to be taxed, andland to three ploughs; and further that Robert de Bruis held in Otrintona.

BECCLES NEWSPAPERS Beccles & Bungay 6 Jan BECCLES MURDER CHARGE: Leading Aircraftman Arthur Heys, a of 22, Harold Street Colne, Lancs, charged with the murder of Miss Winifred Mary Evans, a Harlesden member of the WAAF further remanded.

Beccles & Bungay 6 Jan WAINFORD RDC: The completion of 4 houses at Rumburgh, were the last of 14 for. BECCLES NEWSPAPERS on. Beccles & Bungay 3 Jan DEATH of WILLIAM WELHAM [PHOTO]- One of the oldest railway pensioners in the country, aged Son of a coachman, he was born at Buxhall, near Stowmarket.

His first contact with trains came at the age of 5 his father took him to one of the railway crossings at Stowmarket. The Fauconberge Memorial: an account of Henry Fauconberge, Beccles, and of the endowment provided by his will to encourage learning and the instruction of youth, with notes and incidental biographical sketches.

l Fleetwood. Eobinson, Hist, of Stoke Kewington, p. [Early Entry Book II. –] Jan. The case of (Sir) Henry Oxenden concerning a small piece of ground in St. Martin's [in the Fields] parish, near the Mews, read and entered. To be shewn to the Surveyor General of Lands for a certificate thereupon.

[Ibid. ] Jan. John REVETT in The Fauconberge Memorial: an Account of Henry Fauconberge, Ll.D. Of Beccles, by Samuel Wilton Rix " held till his death in January 4 Thomas Revett of Brandeston, brother of John Revett who married Elizabeth Fauconberge.

5 Abraham Browne, baptized at Beccles 21st of February J, and buried there ".

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BECCLES is an ancient market town, municipal borough, head of petty sessional division, in the Northern division of the county, on the borders of Norfolk, miles from London, 40 north-east from Ipswich, 18 south-east from Norwich, 14 south-west from Yarmouth, 10 west from Lowestoft by road and 8 ½ miles by rail and 6 east from Bungay, in Wangford hundred and union, rural deanery of.

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William de Herdwyk (possibly the William of Boldon Book) gave five acres, a toft and croft, in the Western part of his vill of Herdwyk to the Convent of Durham. In a convention occurs betwixt the almoner of the house.William Henchman Crowfoot in The Fauconberge Memorial: an Account of Henry Fauconberge, Ll.D.

Of Beccles, by Samuel Wilton Rix " of his family, at the adjacent village of Worlingham. * William Henchman Crowfoot was born at Kessingland, Suffolk, on the 9th of September On a tablet in south aisle to Henry Broad- head, Esq., d. Nov. 13th,a who " By will bequeathed to the poor of Roystone £, to be vested in lands, and the profits to be yearly applyed to the placing out of one poor boy, and one girl, - or only one boy or one girl, of the Township of ~ Monk Bretton, apprentices.".