File NRS 21197, 46A1 - [? Manor of Carbrooke.] Account roll.

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NRS 21197, 46A1


[? Manor of Carbrooke.] Account roll.


  • 15th century (Creation)

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All or part of this manor was held of the Honour of Clare. The Earl of Pembroke died in possession 1323-5; heir John Hastings [IPM 1:6/518]. John Botetourt died in possession, holding of Earl of Pembroke 1324-5 [IPM 1:6/587]. Mary, Countess of Pembroke, died in possession, held of the Honour of Clare, 1377 [IPM 1:14/339]. Philippa, daughter of Earl of Arundel, bought the manor jointly with John Halsham in 1388-9; she died in possession 1395-6, with John still alive; her heir John de Halsham their son [IPM 1:15/664]. The manor was sold along with Wood Rising and Scoulton, and land in Cranworth and Southburgh, to Edward Bedell, Esq. by Francis Crane in 1664 [particular, NRO, NRS 17021].

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