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Norfolk: Necton

Rectors and Vicars, 1546-1871

This has been found by the Norfolk transcribers for FreeREG, at the start of the Necton parish register of baptisms and burials 1722-1812, and marriages 1736-1753.

William White's History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Norfolk, 1883, says "The living is a rectory and vicarage united".

Presentations to Necton Rectory & Vicarage from the Registry Books at Norwich.
Dec.11.1546.   Thomas Dysse S.T.P. was instituted to the Vicarage vacant by the death of Richard Goodwin on the Presentation of Thomas Neche clerk, Rector of the said parish.
Ap.30.1550. Anthony Hogan - to the Rectory [*] - on the Presentation of Bridget Calybutt wife of John Calybutt Esq. - Relict of Robert Hogan Esq - who had a Grant of the Moiety of Tithes formerly belonging to Westacre abby from Henry the 8th.
[*] The word "Vicarage" has been crossed out, and "Rectory" written in its place.
 
May.28.1555. Gabriel Griffin - to the Vicarage - on the Resignation of Thomas Dysse on the Presentation of Edmund Goodwin Gent.
Sept.13.1557. Thomas Steppes - al. Hebbe - to the Vicarage on the Presentation of the said Mr Goodwin.
Dec.26.1559. Thomas Briggs - to the Vicarage - on the death of Hebbe - on the Presentation of Mary Rust, widow.
May.5.1563. John Barnes - to the Vicarage - on the Resignation of Briggs - on the Presentation of the said Mrs Rust.
 
N.B. These four Presentations not being in Mr Hoogans name was occasiond by his granting part of his estate & the advowson of this Vicarage for a term of years to Thomas Disse, which Disse sold to Goodwin & Goodwin granted to Mary Rust.
 
Aug.1.1580. Henry Crooke - to the Vicarage - on the resignation of Barnes - at the Presentation of Ant. Hogan. Gent
Mar.25.1587. He was instituted to the Rectory on the Presentation of Henry Hogan Gent.
Dec.8.1630. John Gerard - to the Rectory - on the Presentation of Phil & Will. Gerard.
June 24.1631. Edw. Agborow - to the Vicarage - on the Presentation of Francis Bp of Norwich by Lapse. agt [against] this Presentation is wrote in the Bishops books Rector est Patronus.
June.18.1644. Nic. Rust - to the Rectory - on the Death of Gerard - at the Pres. of Tho: Gerard.
 1660. Ralph Outlaw - to the Vic. & Rectory on the Presentation of Thomas Thorowgood.
May 26.1684. Edm. Bird - to the Vicarage on the Presentation of John Thorowgood. M.D.
June.9.1693. Will. Dilke - to the Rectory on the Presentation of K. William & Q. Mary.
July 31.1708. John Rolfe - to the Vicarage - on the Presentation of John Thorowgood.
July 31.1718. The said John Rolfe resignd the Vicarage into the hands of the Bishop & the Rectory & Vicarage were consolidated, & then he was instituted to the Rectory of Necton on the Presentation of Mr Wastell. This was done at the Death of Dilke.
June.8.1749. Thomas Patrick Young - on Rolfes death - on the Presentation of Mrs Mary Young. He resignd it Nov.15 1751 - in order to qualify himself for his Election into a Fellowship at Caius College Cambridge.
April 29.1752. Tho: Pat: Young was again instituted into the said Rectory.
October
  7th
1752 Wm Young was instituted to the sd Rectory vacant by the Resignation of Thos Pat: Young at the Presentation of the sd Thos Pat: Young
June 30th1794 Thomas Young was instituted to the said Rectory with the Rectory of Holme Hale alias Hale Bryan annexed vacant by the death of William Young, on his own petition
Sep1837. Wm. Young died - Fred. Ensor, Curate in sole charge till End of 1844 [*]
[*] Above "Sep" is written "buried 30.??.1837", and above "Wm Young" is written "Thomas"
Jan.1845 John P. Reynolds. Rector & Patron.
 1862 William H. Walker. Rector & Patron.
 1871 Arthur A. Dawson. Rector - on Presentation of Mrs W.H. Walker widow
 


See also the Necton parish page.

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February 2009