File BUL 16/241, 705X9 - Grant of administration of estate of Marianne, wife of Revd G.H. Dashwood, 1855; probate copy of Dashwood's will proved 1869 (W.E.G.L.B. executor); sale catalogues of contents of Stow Bardolph rectory and of Dashwood's library, 1869.

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BUL 16/241, 705X9

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Grant of administration of estate of Marianne, wife of Revd G.H. Dashwood, 1855; probate copy of Dashwood's will proved 1869 (W.E.G.L.B. executor); sale catalogues of contents of Stow Bardolph rectory and of Dashwood's library, 1869.

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(1801-1869)

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Son of James Dashwood (1740-1815), rector of Doddington, Cambridgeshire, and vicar of Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, and his wife, Sarah, daughter of Revd David Lloyd LLD, born at Downham Market on 21 October 1801. Curate at Stow Bardolph, Norfolk, from 1840, and was presented to this rich living, combined with Wimbotsham, in 1852 by his friend, Sir Thomas Hare, bt, whose Stow Hall muniments had already given Dashwood a taste for antiquarian study.

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Created 22/11/2004 by Droip. Modified 29/04/2021 by Droab.

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