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Tasburgh Newspaper Articles 1797 - 1807

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14848BEAVOR G.Church26.11.1797The London Observer
The Rev. G. Beevor was on Friday instituted to the Rectories of Tasburgh, In Suffolk, on the presentation of Sir T. Beaver, and of North Cove with Wellingham, in Suffolk, on the presentation of the King. [George Beevor was rector of Tasburgh from 24 Nov 1797 to 17 Dec 1804. He had been ordained as a priest on 11 Jun 1786 by the Bishop of Norwich, Lewis Bagot and previous to Tasburgh had been rector at Felmingham, Willingham St. Mary and North Cove, and Wilby after Tasburgh. He died on 14 Jul 1810.]
14849BROADBANK ThomasDeath20.10.1804The Ipswich Journal
Wednesday, much lamented, Mrs. Broadbank, wife of Mr. Thomas Broadbank, of Tasburgh Lodge, Norfolk, one of the society of Friends.[Transcript from FindMyPast, Society Of Friends (Quaker) Burials 1578-1841, 10th of 10th Month [death], Sarah Broadbank, 63, Tasborough, 14th of 10th Month [burial], Tasborough.]
14850BURROUGHES Rev. EllisChurch26.11.1797The Bury and Norwich Post
Monday last the Rev. Ellis Burroughes, A. M. was instituted to the Rectory of Tasburgh in this county, on the presentation of Sir Thomas Beevor, Bart. [Comments: Ellis Burroughes , born 28 Mar 1764 in Long Stratton, was rector of Tasburgh from 17 Dec 1804 to 12 Jan 1832. He had been ordained as a priest on 8 Aug 1790 by the Bishop of Norwich, George Horne and previous to Tasburgh had been rector at Stowlangtoft and Sutton, and stipendary posts at Long Stratton St. Michael and Morningthorpe. He died on 12 Jan 1832. (VENN Adm. pens. at QUEENS COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE. Feb. 22, 1782. Of Norfolk. [S. and h. of Randall (1751), clerk, of Long Stratton Manor. B. 1764.] Matric. Michs. 1782; Scholar, 1786; B.A. 1786; M.A. 1789. Ord. priest (Norwich) Aug. 8, 1789 (? 1790), as M.A. of Queens. Of Long Stratton Manor, Norfolk. J.P. for Norfolk. Lord of the manors of Stratton Hall, Welham and Reezes. R. of Stowlangtoft, Suffolk, 1790-1831. R. of Sutton, 1796-1804. R. of Tasburgh, Norfolk, 1804-31. Married Sarah Nasmyth, dau. of Robert Marsh, Apr. 21, 1795. Died Dec. 24, 1831, aged 67, at Long Stratton. Father of the next and of Walter (1816). (Burke, L.G.; F. A. Crisp, Notes, XII.)]
14851BROWN WilliamMarriage19.10.1805The Ipswich Journal
Married.- ..... - Yesterday sennight Mr. Wm. Brown, farmer, of Tasburgh, Norfolk, to Miss Stacy, eldest daughter of Mr. George Stacy , druggist, of Norwich.
14852BROADBANK ThomasMarriage22.04.1807The Bury and Norwich Post
Lately was married Mr. Thos. Broadbank of Tasburgh, in this county, to Mrs. Coleby, of Kelvedon, in Essex. [Transcript from FindMyPast, Society of Friends (Quaker) Marriages 1578-1841; On the Ninth Day of the Fourth Month, One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seven Thomas Broadbank of Tasburgh in the County of Norfolk Son of Thomas Broadbank late of Tottenham in the County of Middlesex and Margaret his wife, and Elizabeth Coleby Daughter of John Kincey of Hackney in the Co. of Middlesex and Mary his Wife, took each other in Marriage in a publick Assembly of the of the people called Quakers, in Kelvedon ..]


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