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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PASTON, Charles, Lord Paston (1673-1718), of Oxnead Hall, Norf.

    PASTON, Charles, Lord Paston (1673-1718), of Oxnead Hall, Norf. Constituency Dates Thetford 16 Jan. 1699 1700 Ofifces Held Guidon and eldest maj. 3 Life Gds. 1694–1704; col. of ft. Mar. 1704–Nov. 1710; brig.-gen. Jan. 1710. Ofifces Held Freeman, Southampton, 1693,

    PASTON, Robert (1631-83), of Oxnead, Norf. and Pall Mall, Westminster

    PASTON, Robert (1631-83), of Oxnead, Norf. and Pall Mall, Westminster Constituency Dates Thetford 1660 Castle Rising 1661 19 Aug. 1673 Ofifces Held J.p. Norf. 1659-d., commr. for oyer and terminer, Norfolk circuit July 1660, assessment, Norf. Aug. 1660-73, dep.

    PASTON, Erasmus (by 1508-40).

    PASTON, Erasmus (by 1508-40). Constituency Dates Orford 1529 Ofifces Held Commr. sewers, Norf. 1538. Biography A member of the prominent Norfolk family, Erasmus was the only Paston known to have sat for a Suffolk borough. His fellow-Member, Richard Hunt, was

    PASTON, John (1510/12-75/76), of Paston, Norf. and Huntingfield, Suff.

    PASTON, John (1510/12-75/76), of Paston, Norf. and Huntingfield, Suff. Constituency Dates Nottingham 1547 Ofifces Held Gent. waiter, household of Thomas Manners, 1st Earl of Rutland, by 1536-43, of Henry, 2nd Earl 1543-9 or later; gent. pens. from c.1542-69; keeper, Old

    PASTON, Sir Thomas (by 1517-50), of London.

    PASTON, Sir Thomas (by 1517-50), of London. Constituency Dates Norfolk 1545 Ofifces Held Gent. privy chamber by 1538-d., keeper of armoury Greenwich 1541-d.; jt. (with William Sharington) steward and constable, Castle Rising, Norf. 1542-d.; steward, manors of Navestock, Pyrgo

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cluniac monks The priory of Bromholm

    William Paston . Paston Hall was about a mile from the priory, and the Paston family regarded it with special interest. This John Paston claimed to be a kinsman of the lawyer, but the claim was never admitted, William Paston

    Snailwell Manor and other estates

    139/117, no. 3. Paston Letters , ed. Davis i. 22; ii. 328; Richmond , Paston Family; the first phase , 75, 177. Paston Letters , i. 503; Richmond , Paston Family; the first phase , 186. The Paston Letters ,

    The later middle ages The Wars of the Roses

    York Corp. Rec., Chamberlains' Roll, 1453. Paston Letters (ed. J. Gairdner , 1904), ii. 321. Cal. Pat . 1452-61 , 650. Wars of English in France : Hen. VI , ii (2), 774–5; Paston Letters , i. 193–4. C. S

    Parishes Kelshall

    John Paston renewed the attempt to enter on the manor. 84 But his uncle William Paston had leased the manor to John King, who refused to recognize the right of the elder branch of the family. 85 John Paston never

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of Carrow

    of the court, she was eventually acquitted. 12 Prioress Mary Pygot ( 1444-72 ) attended the sumptuous funeral of John Paston , at Bromholm, in 1466 . The prioress received 6 s . 8 d . and the maid that

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