Sub-sub-fonds PTR 2/15-20 - Thetford: Halwick, and Sibton in Croxton Manors

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PTR 2/15-20

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Thetford: Halwick, and Sibton in Croxton Manors

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  • 1681-1774 (Creation)

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1 bundle, 1 gathering and 22 papers

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(1189-1925)

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Owned by priory of St Mary Thetford. Granted to Duke of Norfolk at Dissolution, disposed of by him 1549 [Swales]. Lord Ashburton is given as lord of the manor in White's Trade Directory (1845).\r\nWm. Dalziel Mackenzie, Esq., is given as lord of the manor in White's Trade Directory, 1883.

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(1189-1925)

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First court of Lionell [Earl of Middlesex], [? Henry Lord Pierpoint], Edward Lord Newburgh, Sir William Playters, bt, and Sir Richard Onslow held on 27 September 1642 [MC 2998/1].\r\nFirst court of Henry Howard, heir apparent of the Duke of Norfolk, on 27 October 1662 [MC 2998/1].\r\nFirst court of Francis, Lord Howard of Effingham, Paul Ricant, esq., and Cuthbert Browne, clerk, on 7 June 1681 [MC 2998/1].\r\nFirst court of Thomas, Duke of Norfolk, on 4 October 1701 [MC 2998/1].\r\nPhilip Howard, esq., given as lord on 14 March 1723 [MC 2998/1].\r\nThomas, Duke of Norfolk, given as lord on 13 July 1731 [MC 2998/1].\r\nPhilip Howard, esq., given as lord on 7 June 1737 [MC 2998/1].\r\nThomas Howard, esq., given as lord on 24 June 1762 [MC 2998/1].\r\nFirst court of Robert Edward, Lord Petre, held on 5 July 1768 [MC 2998/1].\r\nLord Petre is named as lord in the Croxton Inclosure Act of 1813 [MC 2907/5].\r\nWilliam Henry Francis, Lord Petre, given as lord on 16 April 1814 [MC 2998/1].\r\nAlexander Baring, esq., given as lord on 26 April 1824 [MC 2998/1], later became Lord Ashburton.\r\nLord Ashburton is given as lord of the manor in White's Trade Directory (1845).\r\nWilliam Dalziel Mackenzie, Esq., is given as lord of the manor in White's Trade Directory (1883).

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(1189-1925)

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Earl Warren is named as lord of Thetford in the Nomina Villarum of 1316.\r\nRalph de Cobham died in possession of 'manor and town' 1325-6; heir his son John [IPM 6/703]. Ralph de Cobham died in possession of the manor and town 1347; heir his son John [IPM 8/632]. Perquisites of the manor included £2 a year from use of the bridge over the Little Ouse [Bruce Campbell and Ken Bartley, England on the eve of the Black Death, (2006) p.299]John de Warenna died in possession of the 'manor and town', holding of the Earl of Lancaster, 1347-8; heir Richard, Earl of Arundel [IPM 9/54]. At an inquisition held in 1362, Maud, late the wife of the Duke of Bavaria, was found to have been in possession of the manor and town, holding it of the king. Blanche, wife of John of Gaunt, her sister was heir [IPM 11/231].

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40a0c1b3-4e18-4603-886c-98bba24b2f90

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Created 05/07/2010 by Drott. Modified 02/03/2015 by Droip.

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