- Pessoa singular
- fl 1752
Husband of Elizabeth.
Husband of Elizabeth.
Vicar of Gooderstone
Revd George Barnes Atkinson was rector of Swannington, 1892-1917.
Kenneth William Brown graduated in 1932 from Jesus College, Oxford with a first class honours degree in chemistry. After teaching chemistry for a few years, he trained at Edinburgh Theological College, was made a deacon in 1939 and was priested in 1940. He served as a supernumerary in the diocese of Moray 1940-1943, before becoming rector of St John the Evangelist, Inverness 1943-1949 and then of Barrowden with Wakerley, Northants. 1949-1954. Moving to Norfolk in 1954, he held the benefice of Terrington St John until 1957. He was rector of Watlington and of South Runcton with Runcton Holme and Wallington 1957-1974. Kenneth Brown was well known in Norfolk for his work with the Scouting movement and was District Commissioner for the Downham Market District for some years.
Doctor of law. Dean of Salisbury in July 1431. Consecrated Bishop of Rochester at Canterbury Cathedral 1 May 1435. In 1439 he was sent as ambassador to the king of France to make peace between the English and the French. Transferred from Rochester, prov. 19 September 1436, temporalities 16 February 1437. Buried in the upper part of the nave at Norwich Cathedral. Left money in his will to be given to poor scholars of his diocese. Died 6 December 1445 at Hoxne, Suffolk.
Thomas Dix was curate at Neatishead parish church in 1845 and by 1854 was the incumbent at parish of Thwaite All Saints, by Alby. He was born in Smallburgh and married Lucy Valentine Woodrow (1795-1880) at Neatishead in 1831. One of the witnesses is an Elizabeth Woodrow. The 1871 census indicates they had at least three children; Sarah L. Dix, born c. 1833, Thomas W. Dix, born c. 1835 and in 1871 was curate at parish church of Manley, Cheshire, and William H. Dix, born c. 1841.
Translated from Bristol. Nominated 15 May 1783, confirmed 14 June 1783. Transferred to St Asaph 24 April 1790.
The King's chancellor and Archdeacon of Middlesex. He was elected on 21 or 23 July 1325. Confirmed by the Archbishop at Lambhithe on 11 August 1325. Resigned 3 September 1325. He constituted Robert Prior of Norwich his vicar-general.
Rector of Mautby.
Rector of West Winch.