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Harison, Anthony, 1563-1638 (clergyman and episcopal secretary)



  • Existence: 1563 - 1638


Anthony Harison (1563-1638), Church of England clergyman and episcopal secretary, was born in Over, Cambridgeshire. He matriculated from King's College, Cambridge in 1580 and became a solicitor and attorney to Cambridge University. Harison served as secretary to John Jegon, Bishop of Norwich, from 1603 until 1618, during which time he worked on putting the finances of the bishopric in order. In 1609 he was ordained and became rector of Catfield, Norfolk. Harison died in 1638.

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De Valore Episcopatus Norwiciensis, a summary of the revenues of the see of Norwich, with first fruits and tenths

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.3079
Scope and Contents Comprising: (p. vii) the revenues of the bishop, dean, archdeacons etc.; (p. 5) a list of benefices with their respective values, patrons and incumbents arranged alphabetically under deaneries and archdeaconries; (p. 241) list of benefices in the diocese in the presentation of the bishop of Ely; (p. 259) copy of appropriation of Ludham Church, Norfolk; (p. 260) copy of deed of union of vicarages of Ormesby and Scratby, Norfolk. Also including: (p. i) copy of declaration against the Solemn...
Dates: 1632
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