Dr. Cuthbert Noreys

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Dr. Cuthbert Noreys

Also Known As: "Norris"
Birthdate: (70)
Birthplace: Congham, Norfolk, England
Death: 1621 (69)
England
Place of Burial: City of Westminster, Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:

Son of John Norris and Alice Norris
Brother of Thomas Noreys; Edmund Norris; Elizabeth Hopes; Alice Chosse and Geoffrey Norris

Occupation: Archdeacon of Sudbury
Managed by: Kira Rachele Jay
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Immediate Family

About Dr. Cuthbert Noreys

Cuthbert Norris' birth is recorded as 1551, of Gunthorpe, County Norfolk, England. His mother was Alice Might (of Gunthorpe) and his father was John Norris.

He attained a Doctorate.

Cuthbert Norris, Doctor of Divinity (D.D.), served as Archdeacon of Sudbury in England. He died 1621.

Archdeacon of Sudbury from 6 October 1599–bef. 1621 (d.) [4]

1599 Oct 6 Cuthbert Norris, Doctor of Divinity, vicar of Shudicampes which he voided in 1589 being also fellow of Trinity college in Cambridge (Blomefield & Parkin 1806, p649)

Cuthbert Norris, clerk, of North Tuddenham (Norfolk)

Rector of St Michael's at Hokering in 1603, Cuthbert Norris, D.D. instituted on Fenwick's death

Death: 1621 Congham, Norfolk, , England
Burial: 1621 Norfolk County England (or Westminster?)

Dr Cuthbert Norris's Charity

By his will of 1621, Dr Cuthbert Norris (or Norrys) gave a house and land in North Tuddenham, the profits from which were to be used to buy bread and malt for the poor. [2] The charity was registered with the Charity Commission on 22 Sep 1962.

Hopes Exhibition

That Thomas Hopes formerly of North Runcton clerk by his will dated 3d March 1616 gave to his brother Richard Hopes of King's Lynn merchant and to Cuthbert Norris Doctor of Divinity his uncle and their heirs one acre of land called Thorne Bush in North Runcton near the churchyard there and several houses thereupon built and one portion of tithes called Nottley issuing out of lands in North Runcton Middleton and the advowson of North Runcton to the intent to convey the same to the master fellows and scholars of the college of the Holy and Undivided Trinity within the town and University of Cambridge to the uses therein expressed

And that by an indenture dated the 19th of January 1653 and made between the said Richard Hopes who had survived his co trustee of the one part and the master fellows and scholars of Trinity College aforesaid of the other part the said Richard Hopes conveyed the said devised hereditaments unto the said master fellows and scholars and their successors upon trust among other things to present one of their fellows to the parsonage of North Runcton aforesaid who is to be under a condition yearly to pay for the said portion of tithes and acre of land upon the 1st of January in every year 11 l 12 s to the persons and in the manner thereafter expressed namely to the vice master for the time being of the said college the yearly sum of 3 l 8s 8d to be repaid and disbursed by him for the maintenance of one poor scholar to be brought up within the said college allowing the said poor scholar 16 d weekly during the space of five years next after he shall have been admitted which said poor scholar should for ever be elected and chosen by the master and vice master of the said college or their deputies or assigns and by the mayor of King's Lynn aforesaid for the time being or the greater number of them out of the poorest sort of the scholars in the free school of King's Lynn aforesaid and of such as in their judgment should be most likely to prove profitable members in the church and commonwealth And it is by the said indenture declared that when a scholar shall be elected he shall have all the arrearages accrued during a vacancy [3]

Sources

  1. Blomefield, Francis & Parkin Charles (1806), 'An essay towards a topographical history of the county of Norfolk' (Continued from p. 678 [of vol. 3] by C. Parkin). Published by Google Books.
  2. Dr Cuthbert Norris's Charity, North Tuddenham; Cuthbert Norris's Charity; 1621- Parish Records of North Tuddenham
  3. Parliamentary Papers Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons H.M. Stationery Office, 1834 - Great Britain p355

References

  1. Harry Alexander Davis, The Norris Family of Maryland & Virginia; Genealogy of Thomas Norris 1361 - 1930 (4 vol. 1941 Washington D.C. Transcript), pg. X, Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service, 101 Independence Avenue SE, Washington, District of Columbia, 20540-4570, CS71.N858; Microfilm 88/5447 MicRR 99ft. 'The Norris Family' is an amazing work in Genealogy, 1500 pages in four volumes. Only three copies were produced, and one is located in the Rare Books Section of the Library of Congress. Another is to be in the Kansas DAR Library at dodge city, Ks.
  2. Feb 1996: From "The Norris Family of Maryland & Virginia, by Harry A Davis, Major, US Army Retired, 1943, Vol 1 Page ix John Norris father of Cuthbert Recorded as of Congham in 1566. Page x Cuthbert Norris b 15--,
  3. The Visitation of Norfolk, 1664, pg. 147. "D.D. will 1621 s.p."
  4. Archdeacon of Sudbury (Wikipedia) references Geni - can do better than this
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Dr. Cuthbert Noreys's Timeline

1551
1551
Congham, Norfolk, England
1621
1621
Age 70
England
2002
February 23, 2002
Age 70
February 23, 2002
Age 70
2003
March 8, 2003
Age 70
March 8, 2003
Age 70
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England
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City of Westminster, Greater London, England, United Kingdom