Coppingers Manors of Suffolk – Waldringfield

The whole book is available online here. Also as a Word document Coppingers Manors – Waldringfield – also Coppingers Manors – Hemley and Coppingers Manors – Newbourn. Our text – page  113 WALDRINGFIELD There was one manor here in Saxon times.   It belonged to Ranalf, brother of Ilger, and consisted of 1 carucate of land, a … Read moreCoppingers Manors of Suffolk – Waldringfield

1658 14 Dec Wingfield v Essington – from photo of document

in Margin: Wingfeild and others ag[ains]t Essington and others Whereas heretofore John Wingfeild gent and Anne Wingfield complaynantese exhibitteithere bill of Complaynt into the honorabloe Court of Chancery against Thomas Essington Es[quire?} of S[i]r Rob[er]t Wingfeild Barronett an Infant by S[i]r John Jacob his Guardian William Morgan esq[ui]re Thomas Humble and other o? Defendants.  Declaring … Read more1658 14 Dec Wingfield v Essington – from photo of document

Thomas Essington of Brightwell

[gview file=”http://waldringfieldia.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/thomas-Essington-of-Brightwell.docx”]   As text:- Between the earlier Jermys,  Hewetts and Wingfields, and the later Barnardistons, the manors of Brightwell,  Foxhall and Kesgrave were owned for just ten years  by the Essingtons, a family with Gloucestershire origins. If this was a surprising interruption to the local succession, it was an even stranger interlude in the … Read moreThomas Essington of Brightwell