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by Michael Stone

  • ISBN: 1843833573
  • Category: Biographies
  • Author: Michael Stone
  • Subcategory: Historical
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Boydell Press (July 3, 2008)
  • Pages: 390 pages
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John Longe recorded his activities, relationships and possessions in pocket-books and inventories, leaving a rich archive for .

John Longe recorded his activities, relationships and possessions in pocket-books and inventories, leaving a rich archive for posterity. It is these documents which are presented and transcribed here. They are accompanied by an extensive introduction, setting them in context; notes on the many individuals encountered; and full apparatus. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

The Suffolk Records Society and the Boydell Press are to be congratulated on the production of such a lovely-looking book. With this publication Suffolk history takes an important step forward. Suffolk local history council newsletter. To be commended on the exceptionally high standard of printing and presentation. Parson woodforde journal.

Suffolk Records Society ; v. 5. An affluent and clubbable gentleman-parson of the Georgian age, for forty years John Longe contributed extensively to society in rural mid-Suffolk, heading a household which included ten domestic servants, plus farm staff

Suffolk Records Society ; v. 51. Series Title: Suffolk Records Society ; v. Personal Subject: Longe, John, 1765-1834-Diaries. Corporate Subject: Church of England - Clergy - Diaries. Subject Term: Clergy - England - Diaries. An affluent and clubbable gentleman-parson of the Georgian age, for forty years John Longe contributed extensively to society in rural mid-Suffolk, heading a household which included ten domestic servants, plus farm staff. He enjoyed the company of his peers, both as host and guest, and travelled throughout the region, to Ipswich, Bury St Edmunds and his native Norwich.

John Longe Michael Stone. Series Title: Suffolk Records Society. ARCHIVESThe Suffolk Records Society and the Boydell Press are to be congratulated on the production of such a lovely-looking book. ISBN: 184383843833574. Suffolk Records Society ;, 51. Other Titles: Diary. SUFFOLK LOCAL HISTORY COUNCIL NEWSLETTER To be commended on the exceptionally high standard of printing and presentation.

As was fashionable with large households, records show that the Longe . Stone, M. (2008) The Diary of John Longe, Vicar of Coddenham (1765-1834). Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer.

As was fashionable with large households, records show that the Longe family kept animals including a large monkey who used to live in the stable block and a bear who lived in the butler's cottage and the wine cellar. The Lordship of the Manor is still held by the Longe family as well as much of the surrounding parkland. Another branch of the family settled in Suffolk in the 1300s with Walterus le Longe and Rogerus le Longe both mentioned as bailiffs in Dunwich, Suffolk in 1332 and 1333. The family is a senior branch of the House of Longe.

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Longe served as vicar of Coddenham The diary of John Longe . "The Diary of John Longe (1765-1834), Vicar of Coddenham".

Longe served as vicar of Coddenham. In 1787, Longe was ordained deacon and curate to his father at Spixworth. In 1789, Longe was ordained priest at Norwich Cathedral. Longe also served as a county magistrate. Work The diary of John Longe (1765-1834), vicar of Coddenham. Retrieved 2016-08-29.

May 2019 8 black and white, 5 line illustrations 556 pages 2. x15. The Diary of John Longe, vicar of Coddenham, 1765-1834. 6 cm Suffolk Records Society ISBN: 9781783273829 Format: Hardback Suffolk Records Society Boydell Press BIC HBLL, 1DBKEAS, 2AB, 3JF BISAC HIS037050, HIS037060, HIS015000. Recommend to Library. The Minute Books of the Suffolk Humane Society.

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An affluent and clubbable gentleman-parson of the Georgian age, for forty years John Longe contributed extensively to society in rural mid-Suffolk, heading a household which included ten domestic servants, plus farm staff. He enjoyed the company of his peers, both as host and guest, and travelled throughout the region, to Ipswich, Bury St Edmunds and his native Norwich. Besides preaching and leading worship, Longe trained young curates; marshalled his parishioners under threat of Napoleon's invasion; and fulfilled the onerous responsibilities of a magistrate, including supervision of the local House of Industry and turnpike trusts. John Longe recorded his activities, relationships and possessions in pocket-books and inventories, leaving a rich archive for posterity. It is these documents which are presented and transcribed here. They are accompanied by an extensive introduction, setting them in context; notes on the many individuals encountered; and full apparatus. The volume also includes plates and maps.

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