Fonds ANF 10 - Archdeaconry of Norfolk: Penances and meeting house applications

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ANF 10

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Archdeaconry of Norfolk: Penances and meeting house applications

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  • 1638-1789 (Creation)

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3 pieces

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(?-)

Administrative history

In the Diocese of Norwich. Until 1894 the Archdeaconry of Norfolk comprised the Deaneries of Brooke, Cranwich, Depwade, Fincham, Heacham, Hingham, Humbleyard, Redenhall, Repps, Rockland and Waxham. In 1894 the boundaries were redrawn and the Archdeaconry of Lynn was created, the Archdeaconry of Norfolk thereafter comprised the Deaneries of Brooke, Depwade, Hingham, Humbleyard, Loddon, Redenhall and Rockland. Lothingland was added in 1914.

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Years 1638, 1722-1789 only.

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For later applications for dissenters's; meetinghouses or conventicle licences see DN/DIS 2-3, 5-8.
For penances see ANF 9.

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ANF/10

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8e8f446d-74d2-47b4-a177-92101bf22589

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Catalogued

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Created 13/08/2001 by droip. Modified 18/10/2017 by Drott.

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