Bleasbery Surname Ancestry Results
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|Churchwardens and Parishioners of South Lynn All Saints, Norfolk
Dawson Turner prepared for the Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society a transcript of inventories of church goods from nine parishes in the county in the 6th year of king Edward VI, and these were published in 1847. These were a sample of 759 such inventories from Norfolk, bound in six folio volumes, arranged by hundred, preserved in the Public Record Office. The nine churches chosen were:
South Lynn All Saints, 6 September 1552
King's Lynn St Nicholas, 5 September 1552
King's Lynn St James, 6 September 1552
King's Lynn St Margaret, 17 September 1552
Irstead, 31 August 1552
Bacton, 31 August 1552
Barton Turf, 31 August 1552
Neatishead, 31 August 1552
The names that appear in these inventories are those of churchwardens and other parishioners, particularly those intrusted with the safe keeping of goods belonging to the church.
BLEASBERY. Cost: £4.00.
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