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The Hundred of Blithing

British Isles Genealogy | County of Suffolk

This Hundred is bounded, on the North, by those of Wangford and Mutford; on the West and South, by the Hundreds of Hoxne and Plomesgate; and on the East, by the Sea.

It contains forty-eight Parishes, six Hamlets, and three Market Towns, namely:

The fee was in the Crown, and government in the Sheriff"; until King Edward I., in consideration of the reversion of the Castle of Warkworth, and the Manors of Rouberic, Newburn, and Carbridge, entailed upon him and his heirs, by John de Clavering, settled upon him, among other things, this Hundred, to hold of the said King for life; at whose decease it again reverted to the Crown, and so remains.

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

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