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173. To ? 23 May. Wisbech.


322. To Mr. Hardcastle. 8 January. Wisbech.

The Bishop of Ely and his Manor of Wisbech

RONE, James (1935 - 2014), Archdeacon of Wisbech, 1995–2002

McCURDY, Hugh Kyle (born 1958), Archdeacon of Huntingdon and Wisbech, since 2005

PRIMROSE, Neil (James Archibald) (1882 - 1917), PC 1917; MP (L) Wisbech Division, Cambridge, since 1910

BARROW, Ursula Helen (born 1955), Wisbech Schools Co-ordinator, Cambridgeshire Advisory Service, since 2002

PROSSER, Jeffrey (born 1942), Chairman, Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn (formerly King’s Lynn and Wisbech Hospitals) NHS Trust, 2000–05

HOLDER, (John) Henry (born 1928), Production Director and Head Brewer, Elgood & Sons Ltd, North Brink Brewery, Wisbech, 1975–93, retired

FOX, (Benjamin) George (Burton) (1913 - 1978), Archdeacon of Wisbech since 1965; Hon. Canon, Ely Cathedral, since 1968

CAMPBELL, Colin Arthur Fitzgerald (1863 - 1916), Archdeacon of Wisbech, since 1915; Rector of Feltwell, Norfolk, since 1912

GARFITT, Alan (1920 - 2008), a Circuit Judge, 1977–92, and Judge, Cambridge County Court and Wisbech County Court, 1978–92

Lower Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction in Late Medieval England: The Courts of the Dean and Chapter of Lincoln, 1336–1349, and the Deanery of Wisbech, 1458–1484

NIXON, Leigh Hunter (1871 - 1941), Rector of Tydd St Mary, Wisbech since 1933; Hon. Priest to the King since 1934; Fellow of Lancing College, 1925; Chairman Hurstpierpoint School Committee, 1926


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Town on the A47 and the A1101. The Wisbech and Fenland Museum, near the church, houses the 17th‐c. Town Library, the Literary Society's library, and the Chauncey Hare Townshend ...

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