|1.||KETT'S REBELLION: The Norfolk Rising of I549 by Stephen K. Land|
Gate rampired with erth that night.
A pece of ordinaunce carried to the old common stathe yard, the ij brethern of the Appleyerds watchyd that place that night"
"Itm for drynke for the ij Appleyards3 who watched that place that nyght"
3 The "ij Appleyards" were most probably John, the owner of Stanfield Hall, and Philip his brother. - See Blomefield: Windham
|3.||The Religious Allegiances of Sixteenth-Century Peasant Rebels by Timothy Slonosky (1.32MB)|
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