Commissioners for the prisoners in the King's Bench, Southwark, to Sir Christopher Heydon, Sir John Townshend, Dr. John Hunt and Nathaniel Bacon, Esq., Norfolk [manuscript], 1600 July 2.
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James Corker (1636-1715) converted to Roman Catholicism in his youth, and joined the English Benedictines at Lambspring in Hanover in 1656. Returning to England in 1665, he eventually became chaplain to Queen Catherine. Named by Titus Oates in the Popish Plot, Corker was imprisoned in Newgate until his acquittal in 1679. He was then reimprisoned, charged with high treason for accepting ordination as a Catholic priest, and condemned to death in 1680. Reprieved by Charles II, he was released from ...
Epithet: of Stowe MS 150 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000568.0x00008b Epithet: grandson of Sir Christopher Heydon British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000568.0x000086 Epithet: senior British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000568.0x00008c ...
The records described below appear to relate to Nathaniel BACON (1547? - 1622) of Stiffkey, Norfolk, the second son of Sir Nicholas Bacon (1509 - 1579), Lord Keeper. He was admitted to Gray's Inn 1562 December 15; M.P. for Tavistock 1571 and 1572, for Norfolk 1584 and 1593, for Lynn 1597; Sheriff of Norfolk 1599; Knighted 1604 July 21. He died 1622 November 7 at the age of 75 and was buried in Stiffkey churchyard From the guide to the STIFFKEY, NORFOLK, 1576-1626, (University of Read...