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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Snailwell Manor and other estates

    between 1318 and 1330 . 79 Sir Edmund Hengrave (d. 1379) held the manor jointly with his wife Joan, 80 perhaps daughter of Joan de Wateville. In 1393-4 their surviving son Thomas Hengrave held Snailwell , but after his son

    Fordham Manors and other estates

    its reversion with its 200 a. of demesne upon Edmund Hengrave of Hengrave (Suff.), 88 his coeval, once Mary's ward, 89 who possessed Fordham by 1327 . 90 Sir Edmund Hengrave died holding it in 1334 . His son and

    Friaries Thetford

    Puddenham, was buried in the church of the Austin Friars in 1411 , by the tomb of her daughter, Elizabeth Hengrave ; she left 40 s . to the priory. John Potche was prior of this house, and English provincial

    Townships Nether Kellet

    manor was in 1374 . claimed by Sir John Lovell and Maud his wife (a minor) against Sir Edmund de Hengrave and Alice his wife; De Banco R. 453, m. 203. In 1407, Sir John Lovell in right of Maud

    Charities for the poor

    Colch . 171; 32 nd Rep. Com . Char . 563-4; Complete Peerage , iv. 79. Camb . Univ. Libr. Hengrave MS. 91: agreement of 1635. Guildhall MS. 9558, f. 103; Official Enq. into Colch. Chars . 1886; E.R.O., D/P

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HETHE, Thomas (1383-1439), of Little Saxham, Suff.

    to fall in after the death of Sir Thomas Hengrave. He followed this in April 1420 with the even more important acquisition of the reversion of the valuable manor of Hengrave, which came into his possession a year later following

    CURSON, Sir John (d.c.1415), of Billingford and Beck Hall in Bylaugh, Norf.

    was the wife of Sir Thomas Morley. As a child, Mary Felton had been married to Edmund Hengrave, and in 1362 the Hengrave manor of Fordham, Cambridgeshire, had been settled on her as jointure. However, following Hengrave’s death overseas in

    WYNTER, Edmund (d.1448), of Barningham Winter, Norf.

    of his own trustees for the purchase of the valuable manor of Hengrave in that county. Wynter evidently had influential friends, for among the other trustees of Hengrave (which he sold again in April 1420) were John Wodehouse, the chancellor

    AMPULFORD, William (d.1435), of Norwich, Norf.

    Ampulford had been furthering his ambitions to become a landowner. Some time before 1419 he had purchased from Sir Thomas Hengrave the reversion of the manor of ‘Hengraves’ in Tuddenham, Suffolk, and this property had come into his possession in

    DRURY, Sir Roger (d.1420), of Thurston and Rougham, Suff.

    £40, asking him to undertake the executorship. Drury’s last position of trust was as a feoffee of the manor of Hengrave, the reversion of which was sold in April 1420 on behalf of Sir Thomas Hengrave’s widow.[footnote]Drury made his will

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Elizabeth Bruce

    Details Elizabeth Bruce in religion Mary Ann Born in London Died 1800 26 Nov in Hengrave father Francis Bruce

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nwhose fieal contribution to shis sasok (the oalltry at Narvoi tb) appears in the present Part, together with Views of Hengrave and Helmingham is Suffolk, drasra by lIe Harjdiog, frasno Skoetches by Mr C.-J. Richardoon. Pris-impervia qoarto, Fice Shillings. Proofs-volombier Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    place, Islington, Mrs Mary Sapsworth, aged 81. GAGE-February 2, at Toebridge \Vells, Lucy, daughter of Sir Thomas Gage, Bart., of Hengrave hall, Suffolk. BUNSEN-February 2, William Ernest, infant son of Mr and Mrs Ernest Bunsen. ROCHFORT-February 2, at Brighton, Col. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fringes and gimps, fastened with large brass studs or nails. The description of the furniture in the great chamber at Hengrave, the seat of Sir Robert Kytson, eremp. Henry VII., enumerates very I minutely the various articles; among which are, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Halford, Newbold, Shipston-on.Stour. Second ditto, PI. le., Frederick Lythall, Spiltal Farm, hanbury. PEAB. CLASS O.-First prize, £2. 2s., Robert Raynbird, Hengrave, Buly St. Edmunds. Second ditto, £1, is., Edmnund Lythall, Red- ford lieU, Leamrington. highly commended, Lord Boston. ROOTS. CLASS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prize, E2. 2s9 Messrs. James and Frederick Howard, Britannia Farms, Bedford (Early Empetor). Second ditta, £1. Is. Mr. Robert Raymbird, Hengrave, near Bury St. Edmunds (Early Emperor). Any other variety: First prize, £2. 2s. Mr. Frederick Lythall, Spittal Farm, Banbury Subscribers-only content


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