Monument record SAS 022 - Stoke Hall; Hall Farmhouse
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|Grid reference||Centred TM 1155 7053 (125m by 129m)|
|Civil Parish||STOKE ASH, MID SUFFOLK, SUFFOLK|
Type and Period (2)
Stoke Hall Farmhouse, Grade II listed building. Former manorial site with circumstantial evidence of a former moat (no surviving elements but it likely this would have been a moated site).
1066- Manor of 40 acres held by Wulfeva under patronage of Stigand
1086- Manor of 40 acres belonging to Robert Malet
11th century- Given to Benedictine Monks of Eye
1536 (dissolution of the monasteries)- Owned by Edmund Bedingfield
1596- Owned by Edmund Bokenham, annexed to Stoke Ash with Thorpe sub-manor
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Record last edited
Sep 4 2013 1:15PM