2 edition of sermon preach"d at St. Mildred"s Poultrey, January 3, 1696/7. found in the catalog.
sermon preach"d at St. Mildred"s Poultrey, January 3, 1696/7.
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Edward married Mira Isabella Rodwell on January 3 rd , at High Laver in Essex, where her father was the Rector, and the couple settled in the Vicarage in Denford. We saw in the chapter on schoolmasters in Book 1 how both Edward and his father took a keen daily interest in Ringstead School. Trinity church stands within St. Ebbe’s parish; was built in , at a cost of about £3, ; and is a neat edifice in the pointed style. The churches of St. Andrew, St. Benedict, St. Budoc, St. Catherine, St. Edward, St. George, and St. Mildred, were anciently parish churches of .
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Get this from a library. A sermon preach'd at St. Mildred's Poultrey, January 3. /7: By John Lord Bishop of Chichester, and late rector of the said church, upon his leaving that parish. [John Williams]. Get this from a library.
A sermon preach'd at St. Mildred's Poultrey, January 3. /7: By John Lord Bishop of Chichester, and late rector of the said church, upon his leaving that parish. [John Williams]. Get this from a library.
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