File AYL 272 - Manor of Aylsham Vicarage, quit rents

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Manor of Aylsham Vicarage, quit rents


  • 1857 (Creation)

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This manor was settled on the vicar and his successors by William Rufus in the late eleventh century when the church was appropriated to Battle Abbey in Sussex. In 1285 Robert, then vicar of Aylsham, had the assize of bread and beer of all the tenants of his manor, and all other liberties belonging to a manor [Blomefield, Vol 6, pp. 268-285]. The Vicar is given as lord of the manor in White's Trade Directory (1883). Last transaction dated: 1924; lord of the manor: Reverend C.A. Manley (vicar of Aylsham, as vicar); Steward: T.W. Purdy [TNA, HMC 5/6].

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Created 14/03/2006 by droip. Modified 10/09/2018 by Droip.


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