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Aldringham Parish

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In the reign of King Edward II., Hamo de Masey obtained a grant of a market and fair, to be held in his manor of Aldringham. Ralf de Glanville gave the impropriation to his Abbey of Premoustratensian, or White Canons, at Leiston, as founder; and at the dissolution of that Monastery, King Henry VIII. granted the same to Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk. In 1764, it was vested in the heirs of the late Daniel Hervey, Esq., the two Misses Courtenay. The present patron is Lord Huntingfield.

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Topographical and Genealogical, The County of Suffolk, 1844, Augustine Page

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