Definition of Fannells
1. fannell [n] - See also: fannell
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Literary usage of Fannells
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1. The Injunctions and Other Ecclesiastical Proceedings of Richard Barnes by Church of England Diocese of Durham. Bishop (1577-1587 : Barnes), James Raine (1850)
"... preist, deacon and subdeacon, with three albes, stoles and fannells. ... of whyte damaske, stoles and fannells. The third chist. ..."
2. Sutton-in-Holderness: The Manor, the Berewic, and the Village Community by Thomas Blashill (1896)
"... and fannells, 2 Paxis of woode." * The organ is an evidence of the scale on which the services had been performed, as to the rest there is not much that ..."
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