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You searched for: Place: Nayland, Source type: Secondary sources

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Great Horkesley Local government

    John de Burgh , lord of Nayland , was granted free warren in Great Horkesley in 1260 , 37 and in 1273 -4 he had right of gallows and held courts leet with the assizes of bread and of ale.

    Great Horkesley Manors and other estates

    Scrope estates in 1517 the manor of Nayland , with its demesne park later called NAYLAND PARK or HORKESLEY PARK , was assigned to Mary Danby whose grandson Sir Thomas Danby sold Nayland manor to Edward Rookwood . 31 He

    Houses of Cluniac monks Priory of Little Horkesley

    court rolls of the manor of Nayland that the prior and convent in 1263 and 1316 proved that they did not hold any tenement for which they owed suit at the court of Nayland . Prior Henry was acquitted in

    Great Horkesley Introduction

    1764 a coach, presumably from Nayland , passed through the parish twice weekly. 86 In 1815 a new post coach ran from Colchester to Bury St. Edmunds via Nayland . Several carriers from Colchester to Nayland worked routes through the

    Little Horkesley Introduction

    Nayland Road , the 19th-century cottages on Holts Road , and the council houses of the 1950s on School Road. In the late 20th century a few larger houses have been built, including a large French style house on

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WILLIAMS, Sir John (167?-1743), of Stoke by Nayland, Suff.

    (167?-1743), of Stoke by Nayland, Suff. Constituency Dates Aldeburgh 8 May 1730 181734 Ofifces Held Director, South Sea Co. 1711-15; sub-gov. R. Exchange Assurance 1720; Mercers’ Co. 1723-d., master 1723; alderman, London 1723, sheriff 1729-30, ld. mayor 1735-6. Biography A

    WESTON, Richard II (1577-1635), of Roxwell Park, Essex and Nayland, Suff.

    of Roxwell Park, Essex and Nayland, Suff. Constituency Dates Maldon 1601 Midhurst 1604 Essex 1614 Arundel 1621 Bossiney 1624 Callington 1625 Bodmin 1626 Ofifces Held Collector of petty customs in the port of London 1616; jt. comptroller of the navy

    ROUS, Sir William (by 1471-1538/39), of Dennington, Suff.

    of them, a mercer of Colchester, witnessed to the treason of Abbot Marshall in 1539; another, a prosperous clothier of Nayland who died between 1535 and 1538, was linked by marriage with a group of London merchants; and a third

    TALBOT, Sir Gilbert (by 1479-1542), of Grafton, Worcs.

    widespread estate which included, besides the principal lands in Shropshire and Worcestershire, the manor of Burghfield in Berkshire, property in Nayland, Suffolk, and a house with 117 acres in Calais, which he was to visit again in 1520 in attendance

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