County of Suffolk: Its History as Disclosed by Existing Records and Other Documents, Being Materials for the History of Suffolk, Gleaned from Various Sources--mainly from Mss., Charters, and Rolls in the British Museum and Other Public and Private Depositories, and from the State Papers and the Publications of the Record Commissioners, the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records, and of the Master of the Rolls, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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Walter Arthur Copinger
H. Sotheran & Company, 1904 - Suffolk (England)
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Page 396 - Bury St. Edmunds, and four acres in Rysby, which they hold for life by grant of John Edward, son of John Edward aforesaid, with reversion to Baret and the rest. The property is situate in Westgatestrete, Bernewellestrete, Oldbaxterestrete, and Northgatestrete, in the west suburb without the borough ditch, by Cotton Lane, and in the fields called ' Southgatefeld ' of Bury and Wesgatefeld
Page 126 - Rutupinte. under the title of The Antiquities of Richborough and Reculver, abridged from the Latin of Mr. Archdeacon Battely, I.
Page i - County of Suffolk, its History as Disclosed by Existing Records and other Documents, being Materials for the History of Suffolk, gleaned from Various Sources, mainly from MSS.
Page 229 - A Defence of the Declaration of king Charles II. against a pamphlet styled, A just and modest Vindication of the proceedings of the two last Parliaments.
Page 66 - Cons., def. granted same to pl. and rendered in court, to hold, to pl. and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder to right heirs of John.
Page 229 - Williamites, and the Jacobites. Lond. 1689, 4to Three Charges delivered to the general Quarter Sessions holden at Ipswich for the County of Suffolk, in the years 1691, 1692, with the Author's Vindication from the Calumnies and Mistakes cast on him, on account of his Geographical Dictionary. Lond. 1693, 4to.
Page 368 - A. 3436. Grant by Thomas son of Lawrence Horald, of Ipswich, to Master Robert de Cleydon, Sir Roger son of John Beneyt of Catisham, chaphiin, Peter Marschal and William de Aldharn of all his goods and chattels in Burstalle, Braunford, Sprouthon, Hyntlisham, Cotenham, Reydon, Chatisham, Hemynggiston, Berugham and Estonegosebek, or elsewhere in Suffolk.
Page 309 - Nicholas, Ipswich, which William de Blanchevilla held of him, one acre by Wensismere which Roger, brother of the grantor, held of him, two acres in Oxsecropft that Gerard de Turlestune held, and land of the fee of Broches that William aforesaid held. Witnesses: Alan, the dean, Edmund son of Eihvi, and others (named).
Page vi - Acts of the Privy Council, &c. ; Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds preserved in the Public Record Office, 4 vols., 1890-1901 ; Catalogue of the Arundel MSS. in the College of Arms, 1829, by CG Young ; the Reports of the Historical MSS. Commissioners ; Jones's Index to the Originalia and Memoranda of the Exchequer, 2 vols., 1793 ; and the Index t > the Ipswich Wills, 1444 to 1478.
Page 35 - April 1593, gave to the poor of Assington four bushels of meslin, payable out of the manor of Aveley Hall, to be distributed in bread at Christmas ; and four bushels of meslin out of the rectory or priory of Assington, to be distributed in bread at Easter ; and under this donation four bushels of wheat are brought to Assington Church, and distributed among the poor at Christmas ; and the like quantity of wheat at Easter, by or on behalf of John Gurdon, esq., as owner of the manor and farm of Aveley...

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