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Shottisham Parish

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Shottisham
Shottesham, Scotesham, or Shatsham

The lordship of this parish was anciently vested in the Earls of Norfolk; the advowson in the Glanvilles; and from the year 1480, in the Wing-field family, and so continued for upwards of a century. It is now the property of Burwell Edwards, Esq., of Sutton.

CHARITIES. A cottage and an acre of land in this parish, are let at rents amounting together to; 6 10s. per annum; which sum is applied, conformably to usage, to the reparation of the church. In 1708, Sarah Clarke, by her will, charged her lands in Pettistree and this parish, now the property of Thomas Waller, Esq., with the payment of 2 a year, to the churchwardens of Shottisham, to be at their discretion distributed to and amongst poor persons of the town of Shottisham.

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

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