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Haskely or Haskeby

The ancient family of De Inglose, who held under the De Albeneys, Earls of Arundel, at Lodden, in Norfolk, in King John's time; and who are supposed to derive their name from a village, or hamlet, of that parish, called Golosa, since corrupted to Inglose, became very early enfeoffed in this manor.

Weever mentions a Robert Inglose, Esq., who died in 1365, and was buried in Lowestoft church; most likely a member of this family. Sir Henry Inglose, Knt, served in the wars of France, and in the 3rd of King Henry V. (then an Esquire), preferred a libel in the court of the Earl Marshal of England, against Sir John Tiptoft, who had retained him, with sixteen lances, several archers, &c., and refused to pay him; and so he, the said Henry, declared that "He was ready, by the help of God and Saint George, to prove against the said Sir John, body to body, as the law and custom of arms required in that behalf."

In 1421, being then a Knight, he was taken prisoner at the battle of Bengy, in France, where the Duke of Clarence was slain; and in the 5th of Henry VI., he being proxy for Sir John Fastolf, was installed a Knight of the Garter for Mm. Sir Henry married Anne, the daughter and heir of Robert Gyney, of Haverland, in Norfolk, by Margaret his wife, daughter and heir of John Fastolf, Esq. His will bears date in 1451; by which he devises to Henry Inglose, Esq., his eldest son, the manors of Dilham, Loddon, and Washingford, in Norfolk, and Ashby, in Suffolk.

He inherited the same, and died possessed thereof, in the 8th of King Henry VIII., when Henry was found to be his son and heir, aged 18; who, upon his coming of age, appears to have disposed of this estate; for, in 1520, tin's manor became the property of the Jernegans, and has since passed as the Somerleyton estate.

The Almoner of the Cathedral Priory at Norwich, received a temporal rent of 8d. from this parish.

ARMS. Inglose: barry of six, argent and azure; on a canton of the first, five billets in saltier, sable.

County of Suffolk

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

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