Memorandum, Manor of Benningham Hall, Occold, Suffolk
Scope and Contents
John Wace of Occold surrendered his lands in the manor that the lord might regrant them to the use of John Wace till his marriage with Ann Bardwell of Rishangles, and after the marriage to the use of him and his wife for their lives and then to his heirs by her, failing such to his lawful heirs. Subscribed by John Wace. The surrender taken by John Hayward. Witness: Francis Aldhouse.
- 1720 (circa)
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Bought from G. David, Market Place, Cambridge, from the Hodgson Sale 23 November 1916 Lot 522/3, 24 November 1916
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