In the demesne tenancy, which de- scended with that of Birch manor, was held by Roger de Planes and in by William de Planes. The de Planes were Normans and in their lands escheated to the Crown on the separation of England and Normandy.
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Eas- thorpe manor was given at first temporarily, and only in in fee to Ralph Gernon d. John's widow Grace, whose second husband was Richard Baynard of Messing, held the manor until her death in when it passed to her son, Thomas Peyton.
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Audley sold it in to Robert Forster and his son George. Henry Golding d. The manor came to Thomas Green d. Elizabeth's hus- band was John Blandford who in or was convicted of highway robbery. He was later pardoned and transported, and Elizabeth and John's third share of the manor fell to the Crown which leased it to George Baker, and from to George's son John, and in sold it to Nathaniel Hillier of Stoke Park Surrey.
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In the lordship was exercised by Sherard Wimberley and his wife Frances in her right, and in by George Baker. By the manor was held by Hillier's daughter, Susannah Elizabeth d. Thomas Cranley Onslow , M. By it was held by N. Sherwood of Prested Hall, Feering, fn. Easthorpe Hall is an H -plan two-storeyed timber-framed house, with plastered facades and tiled roofs.
The earliest parts seem to be the east wing, later 16th-century with a crown-post roof of slender scantling, and a few smoke- blackened rafters re-used in the three-bayed hall range when it was rebuilt with two storeys in the 17th century. The west wing, which has a brick cellar under the south end, and the east and west chimney stacks, which each have three diagonal shafts, also seem to be 17th-century.
In the late 17th or early 18th century the classical shafts of the central chimney stack were built and a north range added to make the centre of the house double-pile; bolection-moulded panelling was fitted in several rooms. Free Stuff. This web page shows only a small excerpt of our Badcock research. Another 61 words 4 lines of text covering the years , , , and are included under the topic Early Badcock History in all our PDF Extended History products and printed products wherever possible.
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The name Badcock has undergone many spelling variations , including Babcock, Badcock, Babbcock, Batcock, Badcocke and many more. Set of 10 Keychains. Another 40 words 3 lines of text are included under the topic Early Badcock Notables in all our PDF Extended History products and printed products wherever possible.
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