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    Hospitals St Petronilla , Bury St Edmunds

    be £10 17 s . 11/2 d . The income was derived from temporalities in Bury , Whepstead , and Rushbrooke , and from a portion of the rectory of Mildenhall . £4 11 s . 8 d ., apparently Victoria County History

    Wicken Manors

    in 1557 settled it on his son Charles's marriage. 5 In 1563 Charles sold it to Sir Ambrose Jermyn of Rushbrooke (Suff.). 6 Jermyn, dying in 1577 , devised Spinney to his eldest son Robert, 7 shortly after knighted. In Victoria County History

    Ely Hundred Littleport Plan of St. George's Church

    fishery, to Nicholas Bacon . 90 In the same year Lee conveyed the other half to Sir Ambrose Jermyn of Rushbrooke (Suff.). 91 The Bacon half passed in 1590 to Sir Robert Wingfield , who died seised six years later; Victoria County History

    Parishes Caxton

    was divided equally between the surviving sisters, Alice wife of Thomas Green and Anne wife of Sir Ambrose Jermyn of Rushbrooke (Suff.). Thursby sold a quarter of the manor to Jermyn in 1536 . In or after 1549 82 the Victoria County History

    Index K-Z

    the Rhine, general, Rus : Edm. le, Wm., father of Edm. le, see Wilbraham, Lt. fam., Ruse : Cyriac, fam., Rushbrooke (Suff.) : 1d., Rushout : Kath., m. I Sir John Maynard (d. c . 1664), Francis Buller (d. 1682), Victoria County History

    Victoria County History

    Rugeley : Hen., 91 Susanna, 91, 94 Rumburgh Priory (Suff.), 235 Rumold (fl. 1086), 190 Rural Labourers' League , 234 Rushbrooke (Suff.), 28 Rushden ( Herts .), 106 Rushton , Jas., rector of Longstowe , 125-6 his w., see Sharp Victoria County History

    JERMYN, Thomas (1633-1703), of Rushbrooke, Suff. and Spring Gardens, Westminster.

    (1633-1703), of Rushbrooke, Suff. and Spring Gardens, Westminster. Constituency Dates Bury St Edmunds Mar. 1679 Bury St Edmunds Oct. 1679 Bury St Edmunds 1681 Ofifces Held Capt. of ft. Jersey garrison 1661-79; capt. of grenadiers (later 12 Ft.) 1685-7; lt.-gov. History of Parliament

    DAVERS, Sir Jermyn, 4th Bt. (c.1686-1743), of Rougham and Rushbrooke, Suff.

    Bt. (c.1686-1743), of Rougham and Rushbrooke, Suff. Constituency Dates Bury St Edmunds 1722 1727 Suffolk 1727 16 Feb 1743 Biography Jermyn Davers was returned for Bury St. Edmunds in 1722, ousting Carr, Lord Hervey, whose father reported that in the History of Parliament

    DAVERS, Sir Robert, 2nd Bt. (1653-1722), of Rougham and Rushbrooke, Suff.

    Bt. (1653-1722), of Rougham and Rushbrooke, Suff. Constituency Dates Bury St Edmunds 1689 1701 Bury St Edmunds 22 Nov. 1703 1705 Suffolk 1705 1 Oct. 1722 Ofifces Held Member of Barbados council 1682; baron, later chief baron, of the Exchequer History of Parliament

    DAVERS, Sir Charles, 6th Bt. (1737-1806), of Rushbrooke, Suff.

    6th Bt. (1737-1806), of Rushbrooke, Suff. Constituency Dates Weymouth and Melcombe Regis 1768 1774 Bury St Edmunds 1774 1802 Ofifces Held Lt. 48 Ft. 1758, capt. Jan. 1761; capt. 44 Ft. Oct. 1761; served in America during seven years’ war; History of Parliament

    JERMYN, Sir Robert (d.1614), of Rushbrooke, Suff.

    Robert (d.1614), of Rushbrooke, Suff. Constituency Dates Suffolk 1584 Suffolk 1586 East Looe 1589 Ofifces Held J.p. Suff. from c.1577, rem. c.1583, rest. c.1585, sheriff 1578-9, dep. lt. 1585-c.1608. Biography Jermyn was one of the inter-related group of puritans-Heighams, Wingfields, History of Parliament

    DAVERS, Sir Robert, 2nd Bt. (c.1653-1722), of Rougham and Rushbrooke, Suff.

    Bt. (c.1653-1722), of Rougham and Rushbrooke, Suff. Constituency Dates Bury St Edmunds 1689 Nov. 1701 Bury St Edmunds 22 Nov. 1703 1705 Suffolk 1705 1 Oct. 1722 Ofifces Held Member of council, Barbados 1682–aft. 1695; baron, later chief baron, of History of Parliament

    DAVERS, Sir Robert, 2nd Bt. (c.1653-1722), of Rougham, nr. Bury St. Edmunds, Suff.

    list of leading Jacobites sent to the Pretender. He died on 1 Oct. 1722, aged 69, and was buried at Rushbrooke. His younger son, the 4th baronet, was returned for Bury as a Tory in 1722 and for the county History of Parliament

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