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This information will help us make improvements to the website. In this document, we find rare evidence that a castle, such as Framlingham, was owned by a woman, the Countess of Norfolk, during the reign of Richard II. She granted land to one of her yeomen wealthy farmers. The grant was recorded in a letter patent a type of legal document at Framlingham Castle.
Inspeximus and confirmation in favour of Richard de la Chambre, of letters patent in French of Margaret Mareschallcountess of Norfolk, dated at her castle of Framlingham, 10 May, 5 Richard II in the fifth year of the reign of King Richard II being a grant, for life, at the yearly rent of 1 d. The inspection and confirmation shows that the legal document drawn up by Margaret Marshall, Countess of Norfolk, at her castle of Framlingham, dated 10 th May in the fifth year of the reign of King Richard II is valid.
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Source 4: Framlingham Castle owned by the Countess of Norfolk, View full size image.Woman on Framlingham
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History of Framlingham Castle