Mettingham Castle Suffolk jc19523
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aerial photograph of Mettingham Castle Suffolk England UK. A license to crenulate was given to Sir John de Norwich in 1342. He extended the site constructing a second moat. In 1394 the site was used to provide a college. The college closed after the dissolution of the monasteries by Henry VIII. Much of the castle was demolished in the 18th Century to build a farmhouse on the site.
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