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28721ABBS Michael16.09.1826The Norfolk ChronicleBusiness
GAME LISTS - COUNTY OF NORFOLK. - PERSONS who have obtained GAME CERTIFICATES for the year 1825:- - List (1) GENERAL CERTIFICATES, - Abbs Michael, Tharston - ------- - Spratt Henry, Tharston
28790ALDRIDGE George19.07.1884The Ipswich JournalDeath
DEATHS. - ALDRIDGE. - 5th inst., at Tharston, Mr. Geo. Aldridge, aged 90.
28777ALDRIDGE Susan16.12.1879Bury And Norwich PostMarriage
NORWICH. - MARRIED. - On the 4th inst., at Long Stratton, JOHN STEWARD, to SUSAN ALDRIDGE, both of Tharston.
28737BECKETT James28.03.1849Bury And Norwich PostDeath
NORWICH. - DIED. - On the 21st inst., Mr. Jas. Beckett, farmer, of Tharston.
28739BIGGS Mary Ann01.10.1851Bury And Norwich PostMarriage
ESSEX. - MARRIED. - On the 24th inst., at Thaxted Church, Essex, Mr. Peter Phillips, of Church Hall Farm, Broxted, Essex, to Mary Ann, only daughter of the Rev. Wm. Biggs, vicar of Tharston, Norfolk.
28765BIGGS Rev. William15.09.1874Bury And Norwich PostChurch
It is stated that the Rev. Wm. Biggs is about to resign, under the Incumbents' Resignation Act, the living of Tharston, Norfolk. Mr. Biggs is 84 years of age, and has held the living of Tharston for 30 years.
28774BIGGS Rev. William18.03.1879Bury And Norwich PostDeath
NORWICH. - DIED. - On the 10th inst., at the residence of his son-in-law, Thaxted, Essex, in his 89th year of his age, the Rev. WILLIAM BIGGS, M.A., for 30 years Vicar of Tharston, in Norfolk.
28746BIGGS W. T.19.01.1864Bury And Norwich PostDeath
NORWICH. - DIED. - On the 5th inst., aged 37, Mr. W. T. Biggs, the only son of the Rev. W. Biggs, Tharston.
28784BLAKE James26.05.1882Norfolk and Suffolk Journal & Diss ExpressCrime
LONG STRATTON (NORFOLK). - TUESDAY, APRIL 4th. - Before the Revds. E. R. Chute (chairman), J. W. C. Warren, and H. T. Holmes, Esq. - Sanitary Defects. - James Blake, Tharston, butcher, was charged by Thos. W. Garrood, sanitary inspector for the Depwade Hundred, with permitting a nuisance to exist on his premises at Tharston, and was fined 10s., and costs 14s. 6d., and ordered to abate the nuisance.
28719BLOMFIELD William17.01.1818The Norfolk ChronicleCrime
WYMONDHAM ASSOCIATION - TEN GUINEAS REWARD. - WHEREAS, late on Friday Night or early on Saturday Morning, January 10th, some person or persons broke into the Counting-house of WM. BLOMFIELD, at Tharston Mills, by forcing the shutter of the glass door, and taking out a square of glass, and unlocking the door, and stole therefrom a small BOX, containing about eight pounds in Silver and Halfpence: whoever will give such information as may lead to the apprehension and conviction of the offender or offenders, shall receive the above Reward, by applying to T. C. Watson, Secretary to the Association for Prosecuting House-breakers Horse-stealers, &c. in the Hundred of Forehoe, and adjacent Hunderds. And also a further Reward of TWENTY POUNDS, from the said Wm. Blomfield.
28753BRIGHT Eliza21.07.1866The Norfolk ChronicleCrime
LONG STRATTON. - Petty Sessions. - - ------- - Eliza Bright, of Tharston, was charged by Eliza Semmens (her servant) with assaulting her at Tharston, on the 13th inst., and fined 2s. 6d., and 12s. 6d. costs, in default to be committed for fourteen days hard labour.
28773BRIGHT Ezra19.11.1878Bury And Norwich PostDeath
NORWICH. - DIED. - On the 4th inst., aged 56 years, EZRA BRIGHT, farmer, Tharston.
28788BRIGHT Theresa08.01.1884The Ipswich JournalMarriage
MARRIAGES. - HEARN-BRIGHT. - 1st inst., at Tharston, Norfolk, William, son of the late Mr. Robert Hearn, Long Stratton, to Theresa, second daughter of the late Mr. Ezra Bright, Tharston.
28712BROWNE n/k31.07.1805The Norfolk ChronicleDeath
Mrs. Browne, wife of Mr. Browne, farmer, of Tharston, in this county, aged 69.
28752CARPENTER n/k13.03.1866Bury And Norwich PostDeath
NORWICH. - DIED. - On the 24th ult., aged 75 years, Mr. Carpenter, farmer, Tharston.
28716COLEMAN George27.10.1787The Norfolk ChronicleSale
To Be SOLD - AN ESTATE, at THARSTON, near Long Stratton, in Norfolk, consisting of a Farmhouse, and convenient Buildings, with upwards of 100 Acres of exceeding good Land adjoining, in the Occupation of Mr. George Coleman. - For further Particulars apply to Messrs. Foster, Son, and Unthank, Attornies, in Norwich.
28789COOPER n/k29.01.1884Bury And Norwich PostMarriage
On Monday last was married at Tharston, in Norfolk; the Rev. Mr. Brukner, of this city, to Miss Cooper, of Tharston.
28726COPPING G18.05.1831Hereford JournalMiscellaneous
TUESDAY'S GAZETTE. BANKRUPTS. - ------- - G. COPPING, Tharston, Norfolk, cordwainer.
28728CRANE Rebecca05.02.1840Bury And Norwich PostMarriage
NORWICH. - MARRIAGES. - Lately, Mr. Robert Read, builder, of Hempnall, to Miss Rebecca Crane, youngest daughter of Mr. Crane, of Tharston Hall.
28786DRAKE Daniel03.03.1883The Ipswich JournalCrime
PETTY SESSIONS Reports. - IXWORTH. - MONDAY, February 26. - Before Admiral Horton (chairman), G. E. Payne, Esq., and F. M. H. Turner, Esq. - Daniel Drake, of Tharston, was charged with unlawfully being at a distance from two horses and a cart, in his charge, so as to have no government or direction over them, on the highway at Pakenham, on 3rd of February. - Fined, in penalty and costs, 20s.
28711DUFFIELD H31.07.1805Bury And Norwich PostCrime
Yesterday se'nnight Mary Moore and Mary Lambert were committed to the Castle by the Rev. Burroughes, charged with stealing 6 geese, the property of H. Duffield, of Tharston.
28740DUFFIELD n/k06.06.1857Norfolk NewsEvent
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. - Primitive-Methodist Jubilee Camp Meetings. The Primitive Methodists of the Norwich circuit held two jubilee camp meetings on Whit Sunday, at Tharston, near Long Stratton, and at Hainford, in commemoration of the first English camp meeting, held on Mow Cop, Staffordshire, May 31st, 1807. The meeting at Tharston was held in General Sir Robert John Harvey's plantation, a most beautiful and picturesque spot, kindly lent for the occasion by Mr. Duffield; and about three thousand persons, on "Nature's green carpet", beneath the outspreading trees, listened with marked attention to the addresses delivered by the various preachers on the occasion.
28755DUFFIELD W. G.14.4.1868Bury And Norwich PostMarriage
NORWICH. - MARRIED. - On the 2nd inst., at Tibenham, Mr. W. G. DUFFIELD, of Tharston, to SARAH ANN, youngest daughter of Mr. JOSEPH LANT, miller, of the above place.
28787EVERETT George02.06.1883The Ipswich JournalDeath
DEATHS. - EVERETT. - 24th ult., at Tharston, Norfolk, after a few days illness, George Everett, aged 63 years.
28738EVERITT George28.06.1851Norfolk ChronicleDeath
THE Estate of the late GEO. EVERITT, Esq., at Forncett, Tharston, and Wacton, in Norfolk, will be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. BUTCHER, at the Royal Hotel, Norwich, (This Day) Saturday, June 28th, 1851, at Four o'clock in the afternoon, in Six Lots, as particularised in former advertisements, and in Particulars of Sale to be had of Mr. Ling, Solicitor. St. Giles', and the Auctioneer, Theatre Street, Norwich.
28730FRANCES Keziah06.12.1843Bury And Norwich Post and East AnglianMarriage
NORWICH, DECEMBER 4. - MARRIED - On the 24th ult, Mr. William Smith, of Tharston, to Miss Keziah Frances, of the same place.
28780FRANCIS Susan11.01.1881The Ipswich JournalDeath
DEATHS. - FRANCIS. - 26th ult., at Tharston, Norfolk, Susan, widow of James Francis, aged 90.
28714FUTTER Richard30.05.1778The Ipswich JournalSale
On FRIDAY the 5th June, at GARRAWAY'S Coffee-house Changealley, London, at Twelve o'clock, in Four Lots. - LOT 1. THE MANOR OF THARSTON JERMYES, with the rights and privileges belonging thereto now in hand, and a FARM situate at Faucett [Forncett] St. Peter's and Faucett St, Mary's, containing One hundred and thirty acres, in the occupation of Rosh Ringer. - LOT 1. THE MANOR OF THARSTON JERMYES, with the rights and privileges belonging thereto now in hand, and a FARM situate at Faucett [Forncett] St. Peter's and Faucett [Forncett] St. Mary's, containing One hundred and thirty acres, in the occupation of Rosh Ringer. - LOT II. The RECTORY and GREAT TYTHES of THARSTON arising from about Sixteen hundred acres of rich land, the greatest part arable, with a large barn, and suitable quantity of glebe. - LOT III. A Tenement and Fourteen acres of meadow and arable land in Faucett [Forncett] St. Peter, in the occupation of Mr. John Smith. - LOT IV. A Farm situate at Tharston, consisting of Thirty acres of land, and proper conveniences in the possession of Mr. Richard Futter - The above mentioned estates are situate within Ten miles of Norwich, and have unlimited right of commonage on a vast extent of land. - To be viewed by applying to the tenants, of whom printed particulars may be had; also at the Swam, Long Stratton; Scole Inn; the post-houses at Norwich, Ipswich, Thetford and Newmarket; Crown, Hockerill; Black Boy, Chelmsford; White Hart, Brentwood; at the place of sale; of Messrs. Jackson and Sim, Mark-lane, and of Mr. Skinner, Aldersgate-street, London.
28729GARDINER Hannah17.11.1841Bury And Norwich PostMarriage
Same day [11th inst.], at the Independent Chapel, Wymondham, Mr. John Standley, merchant and auctioneer, Wymondham, to Miss Hannah Gardiner, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Hart, of Tharston.
28771GOWING Catherine Hannah27.09.1877Ipswich JournalMarriage
MARRIAGES. - RUTTER-GOWING. - 12th inst., at Tharston Church, Norfolk, by the Rev. S. C. Hooley, rector, assisted by the Rev. J. Briscoe, John Rutter, of Ipswich, to Catherine Hannah, fifth daughter of W.m Gowing, Esq., of Tharston Hall.
28768GOWING James William27.07.1875Bury And Norwich PostMarriage
NORWICH. - MARRIED. - On the 21st Inst., at Tharston, JAMES Wm., eldest son of W. GOWING, of Tharston-hall, to MARY ANNE, eldest daughter of PETER PHILLIPS, of Thaxted, formerly of Church-hall, Broxted, and granddaughter of W. Biggs, late Vicar of Tharston.
28760GOWING Sarah Charlotte17.01.1871Bury And Norwich PostMarriage
NORWICH. - MARRIED. - On the 12th inst., at Tharston, CHARLES ALFRED, only son of the late Mr. C. FLATT, of South Pickenham, to SARAH CHARLOTTE, third daughter of Mr. WILLIAM GOWING, Tharston Hall Farm.
28750GREEN Elizabeth14.10.1865The Norfolk ChronicleCrime
Thomas Huggins, of Tharston, farmer, charged by Elizabeth Green, his servant, with refusing to pay her wages due, was ordered to pay £2 7s. 3d. wages and costs, 11s.
28725HART Elizabeth16.02.1831Bury And Norwich PostDeath
DIED. - Same day, in the 92nd year of her age. Elizabeth, relict of the late Mr. Thomas Hart, of Tharston, one of the Society of Friends.
28764HARVEY John30.06.1874Bury And Norwich PostDeath
NORWICH. - DIED. - On the 23rd inst., at Tharston-Hall, near Long Stratton, in his 53rd year, JOHN HARVEY, Esq., late of the 82nd Regt., eldest surviving son of the late General Sir Robt. J. Harvey, C.B.
28745HARVEY Lieut. Gen. Sir Robert John06.04.1861Yorkshire GazetteWill
WILLS and BEQUESTS. - The will (with four codicils) of Lieutenant-General Sir Robert John Harvey, of Mousehold House, near Norwich, was proved in London on 21st February last, by the executors, Samuel Twining and Roger Allday Kerrison, Esqrs., to each of whom he leaves a legacy of £100, and an annuity of £20 for their trouble and kindness in accepting the trusts of the will. He leaves to Lady Harvey the use of the house and furniture at Mousehold for her life without any other pecuniary advantage, in consequence of being otherwise provided for in her own right, and of being entitled to a pension from Government as the widow of a general officer. At her death the use of the house at Mousehold is left to his eldest son, Robert John Harvey, for his life. His two presentation swords, presentation and family plate, and his oil paintings, are made heir looms to be enjoyed with the said residence. He directs the rents of his estates to be invested for five years, or until £20,000 shall be raised; then to accumulate at compound interest for sixteen years further. Of this accumulated fund one-third is to fall into his residuary estate, one-third to the children of his third son Edward Kerrison Harvey. And he leaves a life interest in £30,000 to his son Edward Kerrison Harvey, and the principal to the sons of the said son, and he bequeaths £1000 each to Frances and Mary, daughters of the said Edward. At the expiration of five years after his decease he leaves a life interest in his landed estates to his son Robert John Harvey Harvey, Esq. Then to his grandson, Robert Lambert Sutton Harvey, for his life in tail male, and in default of issue, in succession to the sons of his other sons, John and Edward, with future succession. The testator considers that his son Robert John Harvey Harvey being entitled to a life estate or some other interest in certain manors and estates at Tharston and Forncett and also at Watton, Saham and Ovington, and the testator having made a provision for him as a partner in the bank, and also a further provision on the occasion of his marriage, that those several provisions and that made for him and his children by this will will be amply sufficient. To Miss Montague (his children's governess) he leaves an annuity of £100, and makes her guardian of his widow and his son John, who had both fallen into an infirm state of health. To his tenants he leaves each a year's rent, if not exceeding £12, and to his servants and clerks he leaves several small annuities or legacies, and to John Henry Druery and annuity of £100, in consideration of his eminent services to the bank of Harveys and Hudsons several years ago, by means of which the loss of large sums had been prevented. He gives authority to his trustees at any time within six months of his decease, at the request of Robert John Harvey Harvey, to lend to the bank of Messrs. Harveys and Hudson the sum of £40,000 upon the security of the joint and several bond of the partners constituting the said firm, payable with interest after the rate of five pounds per cent. per annum. to be repaid by installments of £5000 every twelve months, until £20,000 be paid, and the remaining £20,000 to be repaid at the end of the five years from the date of the bond. The income arising from the residuary estate subject to some provisions to other members of the family is left to Edward Kerrison Harvey for his life, then the whole to be turned into money and invested in lands in Great Britain, which are to follow the conditions of the trusts of the entailed estate. The personality is sworn under £350,000. The will is dated the 22nd of January, 1852, and the last codicil the 7th of April, 1860. The testator died on the 18th of June, 1860.
28713HARVEY Robert20.10.1810The Norfolk ChronicleLand
THARSTON COURTS. - NOTICE is hereby given, that the GENERAL COURTS BARON of ROBERT HARVEY, Esq. for his Manors of Tharston, and Tharston Jermyes, will be holden at Mr. Fulcher's, in Tharston, on Wednesday, the 31st day of October instant, at 12 o'clock; and all persons entitled to be admitted to any lands or tenements, held of the same manors, are desired to attend, and be admitted thereto, on pain of forfeiting the same, and the tenements of the said manors are directed to attend and pay their quit rents due at Michaelmas last. - Oct. 19th 1810 - CHAS. HARVEY, Steward.
28767HOLMES John22.06.1875Bury And Norwich PostCrime
NORTH WALSHAM. - CHARGE OF STEALING 300 YOUNG PHEASANTS. - At the Petty Sessions, at North Walsham, on Thursday, ..... John Holmes and John Locock, both labourers, the former living at Tharston and - ------- - The prisoners were both committed for trial, bail being refused.
28782HOOLEY Marion Isabella06.09.1881Bury And Norwich PostMarriage
NORWICH. - MARRIED. - On the 1st inst. at Tharston Church, Long Stratton, CHARLES A. OWENS, M.D., of Long Stratton, to MARION ISABELLA, only daughter of the Rev. S. CUTLER HOOLEY, Vicar of Tharston.
28766HOOLEY Rev. S. C.30.10.1874Lincolnshire ChronicleChurch
ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE. - PREFERMENTS AND APPOINTMENTS. - Rev. S. C. Hooley, to Vicarage of Tharston, Norfolk
28751HUGGINS T.07.11.1865Bury And Norwich PostDeath
NORWICH. - DIED. - On the 28th ult., in his 75th year, Mr. T. Huggins, farrier, of Tharston.
28749HUGGINS Thomas14.10.1865The Norfolk ChronicleCrime
Thomas Huggins, of Tharston, farmer, charged by Elizabeth Green, his servant, with refusing to pay her wages due, was ordered to pay £2 7s. 3d. wages and costs, 11s.
28735JONES Edward20.09.1845Norfolk ChronicleSale
THARSTON, near Long Stratton - --------------- - To be SOLD by AUCTION, - By GLASSPOOLE & STANLEY, - On Wednesday, September 24th, 1845, - All the highly Valuable Live & Dead FARMING STOCK and other Effects, of Mr. EDWARD JONES, who relinquishes Farming; consisting of four powerful cart horses and mares, two cows in calf, eight capital short horned bullocks, 2 shoats, excellent road wagons, tumbrils, gig, patent wheel and foot ploughs, harrows, rolls, iron scarrifier, with two sets of coulters and hoes, three coulter turnip drill, patent turnip & chaff cutters, capital turnip bins, sheep troughs and rack, ladders, hand implements, capital team and plough harness, 60 lots of useful household furniture, dairy and brewing utensils, &c., described in Catalogues, to be had at the Office of the Auctioneers, Wymondham.
28747JONES Sarah31.05.1864Bury And Norwich PostDeath
NORWICH. - DIED. - On the 26th inst., at St. John's Maddermarket, aged 84, Sarah, widow of the late Mr. Edward Jones, farmer, formerly of Tharston.
28762KING Samuel04.07.1871Bury And Norwich PostDeath
NORWICH. - DIED. - On the 28th ult., at Tharston, aged 42, SAMUEL KING, coal merchant.
28783LANT Mary27.09.1881The Ipswich JournalDeath
DEATHS. - LANT. - 9th inst., at Tharston, Norfolk, Mary, widow of Joseph Lant, late of Tibenham, aged 76.
28778LLOYD Henry24.09.1880The Diss Express & Norfolk and Suffolk JournalSale
ELLIOTT AND PIKE - Respectfully announce the following - MICHAELMAS SALES. - THARSTON, NEAR LONG STRATTON. - To be Sold by Auction by - ELLIOTT AND PIKE, on Wednesday, October 6th, 1880, the Live and Dead FARMING STOCK and effects of Mr. Henry Lloyd, declining business.
28769LLOYD Mary Ann11.12.1875The Ipswich JournalMarriage
MARRIAGES. - LE GRYS - LLOYD. - 2nd inst., at the parish church Wacton, Norfolk, by the Rev. Charles Grain, rector, John, eldest son of John Le Grys, farmer, Wacton, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Henry Lloyd, farmer, Tharston, Long Stratton.
28775LLOYD Susanna Annie02.09.1879Bury And Norwich PostMarriage
NORWICH. - MARRIED. - On the 19th ult., at the Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington, HENRY, eldest son of Mr. H. STEVENS, of Staines, to SUSANNA Annie, second daughter of Mr. H. LLOYD, farmer, of Tharston.
28715LORD John04.03.1786The Norfolk ChronicleSale
To Be SOLD - A COTTAGE, with about two Acres of Land adjoining, Part Copyhold, and Part Freehold, in the Parish of THARSTON, in Norfolk, and in the Occupation of John Lord, Tenant at Will, who will shew the Premises. - For further Particulars enquire of William Betts, of Shottisham, or of W. Stevenson, Bookseller - March 4, 1786.
28720MATTHEWS J05.10.1822The Norfolk ChronicleSale
SALES BY AUCTION - ------- - THARSTON, near LONG STRATTON, - By J. SHARPE and SON, - On Monday, October 7th, 1822, on the Farm of Mr. J. MATTHEWS. - All the Live and Dead FARMING STOCK, Implements, with part of the Household Furniture, &. The Stock comprises four horses, two two-year old colts, four cows, pair of heifers, forward in calf, two steers, swine, waggons, carts, ploughs, harrows, rolls, with a variety of useful Implements, and a general assortment of kitchen requisites, and Dairy and Brewing Utensils, which will appear in Catalogues, to be had at the inns in Long Stratton; the place of sale; and of the Auctioneers.
28770MIDDLETON Harry G.02.05.1876Bury And Norwich PostMarriage
NORWICH. - MARRIED. - On the 26th ult., at Tharston, HARRY G., youngest son of Mr. ROBT. MIDDLETON, of Tharston, to MARTHA CANNELL, granddaughter of the late John Cannell, farmer, Forncett St. Peter.
28758MIDDLETON Samuel James06.07.1869Bury And Norwich PostMarriage
NORWICH. - MARRIED. - On the 22nd ult., at Great Yarmouth, SAMUEL JAMES, eldest son of Mr. ROBERT MIDDLETON, Tharston, to HARRIETT, only daughter of Mr. ROBERT WRIGHT, bricklayer, of the same place.
28761MILLETT Stephen16.06.1871The Diss Express & Norfolk and Suffolk JournalCrime
COUNTY COURT - Tuesday, June 13. - [Before J. Worlledge, Esq., Judge]. - ..... - Stephen Millett, miller, Tharston, v. George Constable, labourer, Stratton St. Michael. Action to recover £2 7s. 8d. for flour supplied. - Plaintiff not being able to prove delivery, the case was adjourned till next Court. - His Honour after investigating the accounts, struck off 3s., and gave judgement for £2 4s. 8d.
28756PECK Robert04.07.1868The Norfolk ChronicleCrime
HARLESTON. - Petty Sessions. - ..... Robert Peck, labourer, Tharston, was charged by Police-constable William Brunson with being on Mr. John Mullenger's farm premises, at Needham, at one o'clock a.m., on the 26th June, for some unlawful purpose, and committed to Norwich Castle for ten days' hard labour.
28772PYMER Elizabeth29.10.1878Bury And Norwich PostDeath
NORWICH. - DIED. - On the 10th inst., at Tharston, aged 88, ELIZABETH PYMER.
28723READ W21.05.1814The Norfolk ChronicleAccident
Conveyed to the Hospital - ------- - W. Read, of Tharston, aged 20, with a bruise on the loins.
28779REEVE Samuel04.12.1880The Ipswich JournalDeath
DEATHS. - REEVE. - 26th ult., at Tharston, Norfolk, Samuel Reeve, late of Long Stratton, in his 71st year.
28744RINGER William01.10.1859Norfolk ChronicleSale
???OAK FARM, ??? THARSTON - Within One Mile of Forncett Railway Station and Long Stratton - On Thursday, October 13th, - THE LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK, of Mr. Wm. RINGER
28785RIX John26.05.1882Norfolk and Suffolk Journal & Diss ExpressSale
Ashwellthorpe, Hapton, & Tharston. - Sale of Desirable FREEHOLD COTTAGES and several enclosures of Old PASTURE and ARABLE LAND. - SALTER & SIMPSON have received instructions from the Trustees of the Will of the late Mr. John Rix, to Sell by Auction, at the Swan Inn, L:ong Stratton, on Tuesday, May 30th, 1882, at 4 for 5 o'clock in the Afternoon, in 5 lots, as follows: - ------- - Lot 4. IN THARSTON. A Freehold DOUBLE TENEMENT, situate in Tharston Street, with carpenter's shop and other premises, and good gardens. Also a capital orchard adjoining. - ------- - Possession of each lot may be had at Michaelmass next. - Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be had of the Auctioneers, Attleborough, or of Mr. E. S. Bignold, Lady's-lane, Norwich, Vendors' Solicitor.
28733SCOTT Caroline24.01.1844Bury And Norwich PostMarriage
NORWICH. - MARRIAGES. - Same day, Mr. Luke Wright, the Miss Caroline Scott, both of Tharston; eldest daughter of Mr. Scott, of Carleton Rode, in this county.
28763SEAMAN James18.03.1873Bury And Norwich PostDeath
NORWICH. - DIED. - On the 7th inst., aged 75, JAMES SEAMAN, farmer, of Tharston.
28781SEAMAN James28.06.1881The Ipswich JournalDeath
DEATHS. - SEAMAN. - 18th inst., James, the eldest son of the late James Seaman, of Tharston, Norfolk, aged 53.
28743SMITH Charles01.10.1859Norfolk ChronicleSale
THARSTON, NEAR LONG STRATTON. - TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, - BY ELLIOTT AND SONS, - On Tuesday, October the 4th, 1859, - THE Live and Dead FARMING STOCK of Mr. CHARLES SMITH, who is destitute of a Farm.
28748SMITH Charles24.12.1864The Norfolk ChronicleCrime
PETTY SESSIONS. - ------- - LONG STRATTON. - - ------- - Charles Smith, of Tharston, blacksmith, charged with wilful and malicious damage, on Sunday, the 11th inst., by killing one turkey and injuring a second one in a field in Forncett St. Peter, the property of J. Bassingthwaite, farmer, Forncett, was fined 40s., costs 28s. 6d. Paid
28731SMITH William06.12.1843Bury And Norwich Post and East AnglianMarriage
NORWICH, DECEMBER 4. - MARRIED - On the 24th ult, Mr. William Smith, of Tharston, to Miss Keziah Frances, of the same place.
28724SPRATT Benet18.01.1827Cheltenham ChronicleMiscellaneous
FRIDAY's LONDON GAZETTE - Bankrupts. - ------- BENET SPRATT, Tharston, Norfolk, miller. - -------
28722SPRATT Henry16.09.1826The Norfolk ChronicleBusiness
GAME LISTS - COUNTY OF NORFOLK. - PERSONS who have obtained GAME CERTIFICATES for the year 1825:- - List (1) GENERAL CERTIFICATES, - Abbs Michael, Tharston - ------- - Spratt Henry, Tharston
28741SPRATT Suzanna Catherine10.08.1858Bury And Norwich PostMarriage
NORWICH. - MARRIED. - On the 1st inst., at Heigham, Mr. John Dawson, of Charles-street, Dereham-road, to Suzanna Catherine, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Henry Spratt, of Tharston Water Mills, in this county.
28718STANNARD B31.05.1815Bury And Norwich PostDeath
Monday se'nnight, after a long illness, aged 63, Mr. B. Stannard, farmer, of Tharston.
28776STEWARD John16.12.1879Bury And Norwich PostMarriage
NORWICH. - MARRIED. - On the 4th inst., at Long Stratton, JOHN STEWARD, to SUSAN ALDRIDGE, both of Tharston.
28754SWORD Matilda31.07.1866Bury And Norwich PostMarriage
NORWICH. - MARRIAGES. - On the 25th inst., at Tharston, Henry, fourth son of Mr. William Buck, farmer, Hempnall, to Matilda, only daughter of Mr. John Sword, farmer, Tharston.
28734THURSTON John07.09.1844Norfolk ChronicleSale
ELIGIBLE - DWELLING HOUSES, - Cottages and other Buildings, - WITH - LAND AND GARDENS - AT - Norwich, Tasburgh, & Tharston. - ..... - IN THARSTON. - Lot 6. - A Double Clay and Thatched Cottage, small Barn, and Stable, large Garden, and small Orchard, planted with choice fruit trees and bushes, and an Inclosure of capital arable Land, containing altogether about Three Acres, in the occupation of Mr. John Thurston and his undertenants. - The Barn, Stable, part of the Messuage, and Two Roods, and Thirty Perches of Land are Copyhold. - Fine Arbitary. - The residue is Freehold. - Land-tax, 8s. 0d. per annum. - Free-rent, 0s. 7d. per annum. - For Particulars and Conditions of Sale, apply to Messrs. Chapman and Hansell, Solicitors, the Close; Mr. Jacob Johnson, London Street; or the Auctioneer, St. Andrew's Hill, Norwich.
28742THURSTON John Manhood19.03.1859Norfolk and Suffolk Journal & Diss ExpressDeath
DEATHS. - ------- - THURSTON ?? Recently at Tharston, Mr. John Manhood Thurston, gentleman, of Tharston, aged 82, surviving Elizabeth, his wife, only eleven months; much respected by a large circle of friends.
28736THURSTON Robert27.03.1847Norfolk and Suffolk Journal & Diss ExpressDeath
DEATHS. - ..... - Lately, at Tharston, near Long Stratton, Mr. ROBERT THURSTON, aged 90 years.
28757WICKS Mary22.09.1868Bury And Norwich PostDeath
NORWICH. - DIED. - On the 15th inst., in her 84th year, MARY, relict of the late Mr. ROBERT WICKS, of Tharston.
28717WICKS Robert20.10.1810The Norfolk ChronicleMiscellaneous
Mr. Robert Wicks, of Tharston, in this county, has at this time an apple tree in full blossom.
28727WICKS Robert12.02.1834Bury And Norwich PostDeath
NORWICH Feb 11th. - DIED. - Same day, aged 50, Mr. Robert Wicks, farmer, Tharston, leaving a wife and six children.
28759WRIGHT Harriett06.07.1869Bury And Norwich PostMarriage
NORWICH. - MARRIED. - On the 22nd ult., at Great Yarmouth, SAMUEL JAMES, eldest son of Mr. ROBERT MIDDLETON, Tharston, to HARRIETT, only daughter of Mr. ROBERT WRIGHT, bricklayer, of the same place.
28732WRIGHT Luke24.01.1844Bury And Norwich PostMarriage
NORWICH. - MARRIAGES. - Same day, Mr. Luke Wright, the Miss Caroline Scott, both of Tharston; eldest daughter of Mr. Scott, of Carleton Rode, in this county.


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