Fttlnterston, had the manor late the collegea#39;s: in 1570, the Earl of Surrey had the manor late Fulmerstona#39;s ; in 1 600, the rectory and site of the ... Buxton, Esq. being now owner of both the manors and impropriation (of whose family I shall treat under libbenham.) ... at or near Ely : Ingwar with his army entered East England, and went to a city of King Edmunda#39;s, called Theodford, 1 where he encamped, andanbsp;...
|Title||:||An Essay Towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Diss. Giltcross. Shropham|
|Author||:||Francis Blomefield, Charles Parkin|