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Gisleham Parish

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Gisleham or Gislam

In the 9th of King Edward I., the lordship of this parish was the property of Sir Edmund de Hemegrave, with the advowson. He died in 1334. The College of St. Mary, in Bailey-End, Thetford, held divers lands and revenues in Gisleham, Rushmere, and adjoining parishes in this county.

In the 16th of King Edward III., Sir Ralph Bigot, son of Sir Ralph, sold to Roger, son of Sir Edmund de Soterley, 11s. 6d. rent per annum; with the rent of 1500 herrings, in this parish, Saterley, &c.

In 1764, this lordship was vested in Richmond Garneys, Esq. The manor of Pyes lately belonged to Lady Boston, and F. I. Irby, Esq. The advowson is in the Crown.

County of Suffolk

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

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