Building record BXF 018 - Peyton Hall

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15th century hall with 16th and 17th century extensions


Grid reference Centred TL 966 386 (20m by 32m)
Map sheet TL93NE


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Timber framed building of probable 15th century date. The building had 16th and 17th century extensions built on the south end of the building.

1135 R.Fitzwalter assumed name 'Peyton' linked to Peyton Hall, Ramsholt.
1485 Worth £14. T. Peyton held manor of the Abbot of St Edmunds by will directed feoffees.
C18th Dashwood family of Sudbury own.
1859 Peyton Hall, farm and 318 acres offered for sale.
1905 Sir Joshua Thellusson Rowley owns (linked to Stoke by Naylane, Polstead, Nayland and Groton) (S1)

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  • <S1> Suffolk County Historic Environment Record: Suffolk County Council Sites and Monument Record: Peyton Hall.

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Apr 9 2019 11:34AM

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