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Wantisden Parish

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Wantisden or Wantesdana

This lordship passed as the foregoing; had the same privilege of free-warren obtained for it, at the same period; and descended as Tunstall did.

In the 36th of King Henry VIII., Lionel Tallemache obtained a grant of this manor and advowson, as part of the possession of the dissolved Monastery, at Butley. It afterwards became the estate of Sir Henry Wood, and so passed to the Chapman family. It now belongs to the Sheppards, of Campsey Ash.

Wantisden Hall, is the estate of Nathaniel Barnardiston, Esq., of Little Henny, in Essex.

CHARITIES. The sum of 5 a year, appropriated to the poor of this parish, after a deduction on account of land tax, is paid to the churchwardens from Sir Michael Stanhope's charity (see Sutton), and distributed among poor persons of this parish.

County of Suffolk

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

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