Ecclesiastical Patronage, Rectories and Tithes
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The Rectories of Gimingham and Trunch were conveyed to the College on 7 Oct 1592. They were a gift from Mr John Duke of Kelsale, Suffolk.
'A History of St. Catharine's College', 1936, page 162.
|St Catharine's/ECC/Gimingham contains: |
||Sale of Glebe Land. Letter from solicitors to the College informing them of Rev. Francis Knowles' intention to sell a piece of Glebe land belonging to the Benefice subject to the College's and bishop's consent as Patrons. Also includes a copy of the Notice to Bishop or Patron outlining the advantages of the sale.
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