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University of East Anglia
CB287 · Corporate body · 1963-

The University of East Anglia (UEA) is a public research university in Norwich, England. It was established in 1963 on a 320-acre campus west of the city centre.

CB294 · Corporate body · 2021

An on-line newspaper successor to the former Catholic Universe. The first subscriber and supporter, is Cardinal Vincent Nichols, the Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster.
Launched Friday 8th October.

Union of Catholic Mothers
CB200 · Corporate body · 1913-

1995: writing regarding Pilgrimage support at Walsingham

In 1913 the Catholic Women's League received a mandate from Cardinal Bourne to form and organise a Union of Catholic Mothers. This became independent in 1930. The Annual Pilgrimage to Walsingham began in 1946 and continues to the present on the first Tuesday in July. In 1963 there were approximately 28,000 members. The Golden Jubilee was held in the Royal Albert Hall with 6000 members attending. In 2013 the UCM celebrated its centenary year with a Mass in Westminster Cathedral, attended by over 1000 members from dioceses around the country.

P714 · Person · 1806-1889

1806: born on 7 May 1806 at Pocklington, Yorkshire, the eldest of ten children of William Ullathorn and his wife Hannah, née Longstaff.
1831: ordained
1847: Vicar Apostolic of the Western District
1850: first Bishop of Birmingham
1889: died

Tyson, M F Mr
P386 · Person · 1963

1963: architect writes to him re building of new church in Leiston

Tyer, Musgrove & Terry
CB266 · Corporate body · 1924

1924: In correspondence with Bishop of Northampton, Bishop Cary-Elwes

Partners in 1924: Walter Edward Tyer / Arthur Musgove / Laurence Breton Terry

Twist, Gordon Rev SDS
P562 · Person · 1994

1986: Professed
1992: Ordained
1994-7: Priest-in-Charge at Burnham Market

Tucker, Stan
P437 · Person · 1980

1980: Co-opted member (during Appeal) to Council for the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham
1982: Appointed Administrative Officer (Manager) Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham
1994: moved to Whitstable

Tredota, Edward Rev
P464 · Person · 2015

2015: Mentioned in a parish booklet

P772 · Person · 1895-1962

1895: born
1933: married Dorothy Evelyn Herbert
1939-1949: Commanding Officer of the 1st Battalion, Scots Guards
1954: Deputy Lieutenant of Norfolk
1962: died

A researcher and author on Recusant Catholic families in England and Wales. Served in the Army and attained the rank of Brigadier. Chairman of the Catholic Records Society for 15 years. Justice of the Peace.

Towers-Perkins, Robert Rev
P502 · Person · 1982

1982: Offering an Office for the feast of our Lady of Walsingham

P087 · Person · 1863-1943

1863: born
1889: ordained
1889-1895: Northampton
1894-1924: Parish Priest, St Edwards, Kettering
Northampton Diocese Treasurer
1943, Jan 18: died

P304 · Person · 1926

1926: writing to Bishop for a second chance
1975: retired from Chesham Bois
1983: died

P303 · Person · 1925-2001

1925: Year 4 at seminary
c1945: PP at Huntingdon
1982: retired from Lowesoft
2001: died