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Manchester Evening News

Manchester Evening News Lancashire, England

24 Sep 1921

CUSTOMS. Wealthy Norwich Lady's Will. CURIOUS CLAUSE. Handsome Bequests to Public Mrs. Laura Illisabeth Stuart, of Carrow Abbey. Norwich, widow of the Right Hon. (Professor) Jame. Stuart, and daughter of the late Mr. Jeremiah Hamer Colman, left estate of

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Eastern Daily Press

Eastern Daily Press Norfolk, England

2 Jul 1900

Mayoress of Norwich, the Sheriff of Norwich and Mrs. Wainwright, the High Sheriff of Suffolk and Mrs. Kerrisoa, Lord Suffield, Lord and Lady Hastings, Lord and Lady Amherst, the Bishop of Norwich and Mrs. Sheepshanks, the Dean of Norwich and Mrs. Lefroy

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Eastern Daily Press

Eastern Daily Press Norfolk, England

25 May 1888

TO CARROW ABBEY. invitation of Mr. J, J. Column, M.P., the largo party, numbering about 200, walked the short distance to Abbey, vrlwre they were received by Mr. and and Mrs. Colman, tho Misses Cofman, end Mr. Russell Column. The Mayor of Norwich (P.

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Eastern Evening News

Eastern Evening News Norfolk, England

30 Jun 1900

SCENE IN THE CARROW GROUNDS. LUNCHEON AT THE ABBEY. A large number of ticket-holders were permitted, by the kindness of Mr. and Mrs. Russell J. Colman, to assemble about noon on the open grass space beyond the Abbey Lodge, and near the gaily decorated

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Norfolk News

Norfolk News Norfolk, England

10 Aug 1889

CARROW ABBEY, where Mr. and Mrs. Colman greeted them with a cordial welcome, and had tea readiness for them in the garden behind what was the residence of the prioress, and now filled with an unrivalled collection of works on Norfolk and Norwich. Canon

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Yarmouth Independent

Yarmouth Independent Norfolk, England

7 Nov 1908

PRESENTATION AT CARROW ABBEY. At the conclusion of the performance of the Elijah” on Saturday, the members of the Norwich Festival chorus, together with the stewards and many of the leading officers of the Festival, attended a reception at Carrow Abbey, on the

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

28 Jul 1877

♦•CARROW ABBEY, au interesting relic of Ecclesiastical Architecture, now the residence of JACOB HENRY TILLETT, with its well-planted Ornamental Grounds, Gardens, aud Outbuildings. A range of Four COTTAGE TENEMENTS, with au extensive, most productive,

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

16 Jun 1877

CARROW ABBEY, an interesting relic of Ecclesiastical Architecture* now the residence of JACOB HENRY TILLETT. Esq.. with its well-planted Ornamental Grounds, Gardens, and Outbuildings. A range of Four COTTAGE TENEMENTS, with extensive, most productive

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

23 Jun 1877

44 CARROW ABBEY, interesting relic Ecclesiastical Architecture, now the residence of JACOB HENRY TLLLETT, Esq., with its well-planted Ornamental Grounds, Gardens, and Outbuildings. range of Four COTTAGE TENEMENTS, with extensive, most productive, and

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

31 Aug 1844

SO OAK TREKS, CARROW ABBEY BTAITHE. Mr. 8 FJTI M A RESPECTFULLY inform»>Architects, and Boat-builders, Public, that he , instructed to SELL AUCTION, Monday, tbe and September, ISB4, on the Carrow Abbey Staithe, Norwich, OAK TREES, Dimension* various.

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Eastern Daily Press

Eastern Daily Press Norfolk, England

13 Apr 1901

TEACHERS. SIGIITSEEING IN NORWICH. LUNCHEON AT CARROW. The annual Conference of the National Union of Elementary Teachers having been brought to a close at Yarmouth on Thursduy, ymtcrday woe devoted to a round of sightseeing in Norwich, which city the members

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The Sphere

The Sphere London, England

10 Aug 1912

J. and J. Colman. That nephew was the father of the man whose personality looms so large in these pages. Mr. Jeremiah James Colman married a Miss Cozens- Hardy, and the Cozens-Hardys as well as the Colmans have an honoured place in Norwich life, one of

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

24 Sep 1898

|. g. Colman. Norwich this week mourns the loss of one of her most valued and devoted sous. the death of Mr. Jeremiah James Colman the city is deprived of man who had ever beeu iu the foremost ranks of those who have worked for its religious, social,

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Eastern Evening News

Eastern Evening News Norfolk, England

30 Jun 1900

Mr. Russell Colman, to whom, as presitent of the Jenny Lind Infirmary, fell the duty of recenving the Royal visitors and conducting them to Carrow Abbey for lunch ; Sir W. Oatacre. oommanding the Eastern District,who had arriveoin Norwich by an early

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Norfolk News

Norfolk News Norfolk, England

4 Nov 1899

UNVEILING THE COLMAN PORTRAIT. IHTBRBSTIKO CJJREMONY IN ST. ANDREW’S HALL Friday u> Andrew’* Hal!, the Mayor and Mayoresi Norwich (Mr. and Mn. fl. H. Moree) hoapitably received the anhacnbera the Colman Memorial Fond. The portrait in oil* the Mr. J. J

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

9 Jun 1877

PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. NORWICH. The BRACONDALE LODGE and ABBEY ESTATE, comprising the '-MANOR O O Wthe Mansion known as LODGE. late in the occupation of Miss F. A. deceased, with its surrounding well-timbered Parks, Ornamental and well laid out Pleasure

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Norfolk News

Norfolk News Norfolk, England

26 Nov 1864

Trowse, Carrow, and Bracondale, within the County of the City of Norwich, iv a field there, belonging to Fanny Ann Martineau, and in the occupation of Jeremiah James Colman, at or about the point where the road leading from King-street Norwich, joins tho

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Norfolk Chronicle

Norfolk Chronicle Norfolk, England

31 Oct 1908

AT HOME AT CARROW. On Thursday afternoon Mrs. James Stuart and the Misses Colman were At Home at Catrow-abbey for a distinguished company. Invitations the number four hundred had been issued the artistes engaged at the Festival and many of the chief

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Eastern Daily Press

Eastern Daily Press Norfolk, England

8 Aug 1893

kind in Norwich the well remembered visit of Francis Murphy. By invitation of Mr. J. J. Colman, M.P., the visitors, together with representatives of most of the local temperance organ, Dation., attended a garden patty in the grounds of Carrow House, the

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Evening Star

Evening Star Suffolk, England

16 Jul 1886

Messrs. J. and J. Col man to inspect Carrow Works, where they were received about four o’clock Mr. J. J. Coltnan, M.P. for Norwich, Mr. F. Column, Mr. Jeremiah Colman, of London, and Hr. Russell Colmau, of Norwich. The visitors were escorted over the

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