Spanton Jarman Project
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The manor house of Crowfield-cum-Bocking in Bosmere parish was taken down in 1728 and rebuilt by Henry Harwood, a nephew of Daniel Browning, owner of the estate and High Sheriff of Suffolk and Norfolk. The house was demolished in 1829 by Sir William Fowle Middleton. His father, also called William, who had inherited the manor, was MP for Ipswich from 1784-1790. The family had large estates in South Carolina, also called Crowfield.
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