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The Hundred of Mutford

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This Hundred is part of the Royal demesne. It is bounded, on the South, by the Hundred of Blithing; on the East, by the German Ocean; on the North, by the Lake Lathing; and on the West, it is separated from Norfolk by the River Waveney, It contains only the eight following Villages:

The fee of this Hundred was anciently in Edmund de Hemegrave; but in the 2lst of King Henry VI., it was the possession of Sir John Tiptoft, who died seized thereof in that year. John, his son and heir, was soon after created Earl of Worcester: it appears he did not long retain it, for William de la Pole held it in the 28th of the above reign; leaving it to John, his son and heir, who died without issue; and Edmund, his brother, inherited his estate. He was beheaded; and this, with his other property, became forfeited to the Crown, and so remains.

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

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