Seckford Manor, Ilketshall
(Grid Ref: TM 397 862)
The first mention of this manor is in a Chancery action pending some time between 1433 and 1484, in which John Hoo the younger sued John Jermy as to it, and a tenement called Kyngs tenement.
Ref: Copinger, W.A. 1911. The Manors of Suffolk. 7. 191
Rose Hall, Beccles
(Grid Ref: TM 415 900)
Robert Garneys, of Beccles, had the manor, and married Katherine Broke. He died in 1411, when the manor passed to his son, Peter Garneys, who married Anne, daughter and one of the heirs of Ralph Ramsey. In 1430 Peter Garneys and his wife Ann were parties to a fine levied that year in respect of the manor. He died in 1451, leaving by his will dated 3rd September 1451 this manor to his second son, Edmund Garneys. He married first Matilda, daughter of Thomas Ellis, Mayor of Norwich, and secondly Elizabeth, daughter of Sir John Jermy, of Metfield, who remarried Henry Repps, of Heveningham, and died on 3rd May 1485, when the manor passed to his son, Thomas Garneys.
Ref: Copinger, W.A. 1911. The Manors of Suffolk. 7. 159
Manor of Whittingham, Fressingfield
(Grid Ref: TM 280 781)
Sir Thomas de Brewse, died on the 17th June 1482, and the manor devolved to his son and heir, William de Brewse, who married Elizabeth, daughter of Sir John Hopton. On William de Brewse's death on 28th October 1489, the manor descended in moieties to his two daughters and coheirs Thomasine and Anne. His widow Elizabeth, daughter of Sir John Hopton, married secondly, Sir John Jermy.
Ref: Copinger, W.A. 1911. The Manors of Suffolk. 4. 36
(Grid Ref: TM 425 872)
On the death of Ralph Garneys, who died without issue about 1450, the manor passed to Peter Garneys, of Beccles, his uncle. In his will dated 20th August 1450 he devised the manor to enfeoff his son Thomas in the same year after his decease, according to the will of William Garneys his brother. Thomas Garneys died in 1458 (?1489) when it passed to his son and heir, John Garneys, of Kenton. A fine was levied in 1517 against him and his wife Elizabeth by Sir Edmund Jermy and others. John Garneys died in 1524.
Ref: Copinger, W.A. 1911. The Manors of Suffolk. 7. 219
Manor of Thorney Hall, Stowmarket
(Grid Ref: TM 067 608)
The manor was apparently, in 1537, vested in Thomas Woodhouse, for this year a fine was levied of it against him by William Woodhouse and others. The manor then passed to Francis Framlingham, who died seised of it on 20th September 1544. The manor subsequently vested in Henry Reppes, being held of Sir John Tyrell, Knt., as of the manor of Ipswich, and of the value of £10. Henry Reppes was of Mendham, and appears to have been the son of Henry Reppes and Elizabeth his wife, daughter of Sir John Jermy, of Metfield. Henry Reppes married Elizabeth, daughter of Edward Grimston, of Rishangles, and died seised of the manor on 26th March 1557, when it passed to his grandson, John Reppes, son and heir of Francis, who had died in his father's lifetime, and of Catherine, Francis's wife, daughter of Thomas Lemman, of Walpole.
John Reppes married first Margaret, daughter and coheir of Henry Smith, and secondly Thomasine, daughter of Thomas Derham, and died on 25th March 1561, leaving a son Henry Reppes. He married first Dorothy, daughter of Sir Christopher Jermy, of Great Cressingham, Norfolk [This is the only reference to this person I have found!]., and secondly Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Francis Lovell, of Harling, Norfolk.
Ref: Copinger, W.A. 1911. The Manors of Suffolk. 6. 235
Rivershall Manor, Waldringfield
(Grid Ref: TM 276 450)
The manor is included in a fine levied in 1542 by Sir John Jermy and Margaret his wife, against them by Thomas Bawdy and others. The fine included also the manors of Brightwell and Stutton, and the advowsons of the churches in Brightwell and Stutton.
Ref: Copinger, W.A. 1911. The Manors of Suffolk. 3. 114
Manor of Wicks Bishop, Ipswich
(Grid Ref: TM 170 440)
In 1535 the manor was vested in the King by Act of Parliament, and in 1545 Sir John Jermy had a grant of it from the Crown. From Sir John the manor passed to his son and heir Francis Jermy, and from him to his son and heir, Sir Thomas Jermy, and from him to his son and heir, Thomas Jermy, who conveyed it to Sir William Hewitt, who died in 1667.
Ref: Copinger, W.A. 1911. The Manors of Suffolk. 4. 129
Brokes Hall Manor, Nacton
(Grid Ref: TM 224 392)
A fine was levied of this manor by Sir John Jermy and others against Robert Broke in 1559, no doubt on the occasion of some settlement.
Ref: Copinger, W.A. 1911. The Manors of Suffolk. 3. 68
Offton Monks Manor
(Grid Ref: TM 066 492)
John Barker on the death of his father, Sir Robert, on 8th October 1618, succeeded to the lordship and was created a baronet on 17 March 1621/2. He married Frances, daughter of Sir John Jermy of Brightwell and died in 1652 leaving issue; Sir John, Thomas and Robert. Sir John Barker, the eldest son married Winifred, daughter of Sir Philip Parker of Arwater, Kent and died in 1664 leaving issue; Sir Jermy, Sir John and Robert. Sir Jermy, 3rd Bart. succeeded and died without issue in 1666, being buried at Trimley, Suffolk.
Ref: Copinger, W.A. 1911. The Manors of Suffolk. 2. 339
Manor of Witherton
(Grid Ref: TM ??? ???)
The manor passed on the death of Mary Francis Waldegrave in 1561 to her eldest son, William Waldegrave, who married Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Poley, of Moorhouse, Boxted. On his death in 1581 the manor passed to his son and heir, Sir George Waldegrave. He married first Mary, second daughter and coheir of John Moore, portman, of Ipswich, and had two children; Amy, who died an infant, and Elizabeth, who, on 9th February 1607, married Arthur Coke, to whom the manor passed on the death of Sir George Waldegrave, on 15th January 1637/7, aged 68. Arthur Coke had four daughters; Elizabeth, Mary, Winifred and Theophild. Sir George Waldegrave's second wife was Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Thomas Jermy of Metfield, K.B. She survived her husband, and left a "small monument" to him at Hitcham.
Ref: Copinger, W.A. 1911. The Manors of Suffolk. 3. 175
Manor of Mausers, Hadleigh
(Grid Ref: TM 025 425)
Thomas Timperley held his first court in 1661, and on his death the manor vested in Sir Philip Parker, Bart. John Hodges and John Jermy; no doubt as trustees, as they held their first court in 1680.
Ref: Copinger, W.A. 1911. The Manors of Suffolk. 3. 169
(Grid Ref: TM 083 437)
In 1680 Sir Philip Parker, Bart., John Hodges and John Jermy hald their first court for the manor, no doubt as trustees, and in 1690 Sir John William Mannock, Bart., and Henry Timperley held the manor.
Ref: Copinger, W.A. 1911. The Manors of Suffolk. 6. 56
(Grid Ref: TM 332 698)
William Barker died on 26th December 1685, when he was succeeded by his first cousin Francis Barker (alias Chapman), who held his first court on 7th April 1686 and died on 6 April 1707, when the manor passed to his widow Elizabeth, daughter of William Jermy of Stutton, who held her first court on 17th April 1707. On her death, the manor vested in her son Francis, who held his first court on 1st April 1719.
Ref: Copinger, W.A. 1911. The Manors of Suffolk. 2. 133
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