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Tunstall Parish

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Tunston or Tintona

In the 9th of King Edward I., this was the lordship and estate of the Countess de Marshal; and of Bartholomew, Lord Burghersh, in the 23rd of Edward III., who obtained a charter of free warren in the same, to himself, and Cecily his wife, and their heirs. He deceased in the 43rd of that King; and bequeathed this, with his other large possessions, to Elizabeth his daughter, then the wife of Edward de Spencer.

In 1764, the manor of Banyards, in this parish, was vested in Dudley North, Esq., of North Glemham.

Robert de Vallibus (or Vaux), gave his tithes in this parish, to the Priory of the Virgin Mary, and St. Andrew, in Thetford; with his body to be buried there: and Roger de Eufrens, two parts of his tithes in Tunston, to the same Monastery.

County of Suffolk

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

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