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Great Isleham manor subsequently descended with the Peyton family's Isleham estate, originally built up by the Bernards, which by had become the largest LP) the parish and which by encompassed all the non-collegiate manors there. In the Great Isleham manor house was said to be ruinous. The Bernards, the Peytons' forebears at Isleham, were established there from the late 13th century.
His son William fn. At his death in Thomas Peyton 'the elder' devised his Isleham estate in tail male successively to Christopher and Francis Peyton, the sons of his second marriage. His heir was his son Robert, fn. His son and heir, Sir Edward Peyton, fn.
That manor, a substantial one by the s, fn, LP). He resold it in to Nicholas Gere, an Isleham yeoman, fn. Lovell sold that property in to trustees for Sir Edward Peyton for settlement on his second marriage. Thomas Bernard's Isleham manor house, the predecessor of that apparently possessed by Lovell in the s, fn. The present two-storeyed, double-pile house on the site was built c. From to the s it was occupied by the Divers, his successors in business.
In the three-bay south front is a curved Tuscan porch. In the s the fiercely anti-Royalist Sir Edward Peyton fn. The purchaser in was the courtier Sir John Maynard. Before his death in Sir John Maynard fn. Following his forfeiture in he took refuge with her. John Francis Buller, lord of Isleham from until his death inGamester (Short) - John Roos* - Memories Of The Manor (Vinyl. That John's son John fn. They sold c. He probably died in In that year Robert Knight, his son and heir, fn.
Miriam Leader, the last of Gamester (Short) - John Roos* - Memories Of The Manor (Vinyl family, sold its Isleham lordships to Maj. Peyton fn. From he organized at Isleham, at approximately octennial intervals, festivities attended by 40—80 Peyton kin, linked by the Peyton Society of Virginia, who claimed descent from an emigrant son of Thomas Peyton of Wicken.
After further sales, fn. It comprised in the late s a. At his death in he left it to his son Robert, whose brother Edward Knight farmed it from the Hall. The modern Isleham Hall, called c. Bernards Hall, fn. It was eventually surrounded by c. The main portion of the house, probably early 16th-century, which was demolished c. That part, mainly of two storeys, had three- and four-light windows, mullioned and transomed, probably in Gamester (Short) - John Roos* - Memories Of The Manor (Vinyl, mostly under hoodmoulds.
Its centre, Gamester (Short) - John Roos* - Memories Of The Manor (Vinyl two-storeyed, may have contained the hall on its lower floor, possibly with chambers in the three-storeyed part to its west. East of that block stood a twobayed section projecting southwards, added or reconstructed later, which had a tall, twostoreyed bay window, carved with the Peyton arms, in its western bay.
A parallel range to its rear had a gable to the east. That east end contained a chapel in whose window armorial glass, including Peyton quartering Gernon, survived in Before 19th-century reconstruction the surviving lower south-west wing, of two storeys under a high-pitched roof, had shorter fourlight mullioned windows regularly alternating with two-light ones, but only two doorways.
The less altered west side of that wing was built, also probably in the early 16th century, of clunch and red brick. One of two short extensions projecting behind it may represent a stair turret; another, possibly 17th-century, contains a probably contemporary staircase. To the north-west of that range stands a nine-bayed building of clunch, dressed in red brick, which retains its elaborate original 16th-century timber roof.
The whole group of buildings was presumably the seat of the Peytons from the early 16th century to the s. In it probably included a hall chamber, perhaps above the hall, and a parlour, besides Dame Elizabeth Peyton's own chamber and a private chapel.
It was probably the former Peyton mansion house which, leased in the early s and occupied by Francis Buller bythen had 26—7 hearths. A painting formerly at the Hall, possibly of the north front, showed a large redbrick house in late 17th-century style with a Palladian window, standing in a Dutch garden. When offered for sale c. Robert Knight converted part, presumably the surviving south-west wing, into a farmhouse, probably then giving the pre sent east front its six bays of sash windows.
The long unoccupied 'mansion house', supposedly built years before, was demolished in The materials then sold included brick, freestone, lead, much wainscot, sash windows, and six marble fireplaces.
Separated from all but 56 a. Richard Robins d. His son George Fletcher Robins, merchant and farmer, owned 47 a. He also inherited from his father the Red House east of the south end of Mill Street.
Robins was bywith a. The eldest son, Richard Thomas, who had occupied Isleham Hall from the s, owned a. Robins died in Robins and A. Robins between the mid s and the s. The Hall with much of the land was acquired by the Clarkes, still large landowners and farmers there in the s.
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