Series - Manor of Kirstead Mynnetts

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Manor of Kirstead Mynnetts


  • 1639-1912 (Creation)

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TAKEN FROM BLOMEFIELD: In the 13th of Edward I. Roger Mynoth was lord of a manor, called from him Miniot's, and had then a grant of free-warren in Kirksted, and Seething in Norfolk; — Hengham, Bramford, and Stonham Antigon in Suffolk;—Middleton, Kneton, Newsome, Broughton. Hithe in Yorkshire: and in the 20th of Edward III. Jeffrey Miniot was lord.
Catherine, daughter and heir of ---- Myniot and Ellen his wife, brought it by marriage to Nicholas Gavel, Esq. of Kirby Cam: in the reign of Edward III. Robert his son was lord.
Thomas Gavel, Esq. the last heir male of this family, left it at his death to his four daughters and heirs.
John Cook and Elizabeth his wife, one of the said daughters and coheirs, sold his part in the 36th of Henry VIII. to Thomas Godsalve, sen. Esq.
Francis Clopton, Esq. and Dorothy his wife, another of the four daughters, &c. convey in the 37th of Henry VIII. to John Everard, Esq. their right: and in the 22d of Elizabeth, John Copledike, Esq. had license to alien this manor of Kirksted Miniot's, to William Roberts of Winston and his heirs: this John was son and heir of Leonard Copledike, Esq. and Thomasine his wife, another of the daughters and coheirs of Thomas Gavel.
Roger Godsalve sold his interest in it to the said William Roberts, an attorney, about the 40th of Elizabeth, who was lord of the whole; and on his death it came to Mr. Smith of Beccles in right of his wife, sister and heir of Roberts.
Smith conveyed it to Thomas Spooner, Gent. who presented as lord to this church in 1626.
After this it came to the Osborns.
In 1677, Edmund Osborn was lord, and presented: and in 1701, Edward Osborne, Esq.
Robert Osborn, Gent. died lord of Kirsted-Hall, in 1729.
From: 'Loddon Hundred: Langale, and Kirksted', An Essay towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: volume 10 (1809), pp. 162-165. URL: Date accessed: 15 July 2013.

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