Notes Concerning Norwich Castle; From a Manuscript Volume of the Collections of Mr. John Kirkpatrick, in the Possession of William Herring, Esq

Notes Concerning Norwich Castle; From a Manuscript Volume of the Collections of Mr. John Kirkpatrick, in the Possession of William Herring, Esq

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1847 edition. Excerpt: ...king, which John de Gymmingham sometime held, 20s. The said abbot holds by his barony the manors of Homing, Hoveton St. John, N etesherd, and North Walsham of the King for 2% knights' fees, with his other tenements in Demesne, 100s. Hundred of Happing. The said abbot holds his manors of Ludham, Potter-Heigham, and Catfield, with their appurtenances, as parcel of his barony, for undivided of Liber A. Harrison. M. S. the King in capite by the service of 2% knights' fees, 100s. Hundred of West Flegg. The said abbot holds his manors of Ashbie and Thurne of the King in capite, belonging to his barony, which he holds of the King by the service of 25-knights' fees, as is above contained in the Hundred of Tunsted, 100s. Hundred of Walsham. The said abbot holds the manor of Bastwick to himself with his other tenements of his barony of the King in capite; by how many fees is not known, and it is answered in the Hundred of Tunsted. Hundred of Depwade. The said abbot holds in Tibenham a manor of the king in capite; by what service is not known. Sr. Laurence de Hastings holds in Tibenham % a knight's fee of the said abbot, and he of the King, which John de Hastings sometime held, 20s. Memorand. At Easter Term, the 7th of King James, I found, saith A. Harrison, these tenures and others; whereby it appears, that the Bishop of Norwich holds his now bishoprick (which 2 Edward III. was an Abbacy) in capite by divers knights' fees. The bishop compounded for all the lands of the bishoprick for the aid to make Prince Henry, eldest son of King James, a knight, for 20. A.D. 1609. Exchequer. 'e'f, '-I.""'""' Tho. Reede holds the Manor of Boysez with its appurtenances in...show more

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