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Bing Hamlet

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In the time of King Edward I., Sir John de Huntingfield held this lordship; and in the 14th of that reign, a claim was made of a right to hold a market here every Thursday.

It was afterwards granted to the Prior and Convent at Campsey, with the impropriation of this parish church; and at the dissolution of that Monastery, became the inheritance of Sir Anthony Wingfield, as parcel of the possession of the said Priory. It is now reduced to a small hamlet, united with the parish of Pettistree.

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

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