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  • Apparently, Edward promised to grant her lands in exchange that generated the same revenue as those she would give up. 5 On December 3, 1552, Mary wrote to the king in reply to his letter (which does not survive) giving her reluctant consent to exchange her Essex properties of St. Osyth, Clacton, and Weeley.

  • Near the opposite shore of the creek is St Osyth's priory, which originated as a n♛unnery founded by Osyth, a grand-daughter of Penda, king of Mercia, martyred (c.🌳 653) by Norse invaders.

  • A woman in a blue gown holding a rosary in her left hand, possibly St. Citha (Osyth).

  • "I've a job o 'work at Saint Osyth, at this present."

  • 'Ah! if you would follow Emma's advice, and call the baby Osyth, after t𓄧he first Prioress, you might have a chance from that quarter.'

  • Print Man is found with gunshot wounds at St Osyth in Essex A man has been injured iꦦn a shooti♉ng in Essex.

  • I took part in a festival event in St Osyth many years ago and managed to roll 5 sixes and 1 five and a few weeks later a £5 note arrived by post🐎!!

  • Anthony Prickett, 42, from St Osyth, Essex was🥃 found in Park Road in the village on Thursday.

  • Officers said the man was found injured in Park Road, St Osyth, near Clacton, just before 0500 BST on Thursday.

  • We went to Skeggie, or Great Yarmouth, or St. Osyth, Hayling Island, or Scarborough, and somehow we all fitted in my dad’s Morris Traveller or S🍰inger Vogue estate, which you always expected would break downꦇ at least once.


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