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P0582
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Surname Felbrigge (Felbrigg Bigod)
First Name George
Nickname Bigod
Dating 1400
Location Playford
Life dates 1345 - +1400
Title Sir
Close relatives father - Roger Felbrigg Bigod, of Tuttington
wife (1) - Avice daughter of Sir Roger de Hales, widow of Edmund de Redisham
wife (2) - Margaret/Margery (+1419), daughter of Sir John de Aspall, widow of Sir Thomas Naunton
son (2) - Sir John
Type of the object brass
Place of manufacturing
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Place of exposition St Mary Churchyard, Playford, Suffolk
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George was scond cousin of Sir Simon Felbrigge at Felbrigg www.flickr.com/photos/norfolkboy1/3214501289/
He was one of the household esquires and knights of Edward IIl, knighted 1385 and was appointed a Justice of the Peace for Suffolk in 1389. He was also one of the Commissioners of Array to review the local militia. After Thomas, Duke of Norfolk, was exiled in 1398, he was named as one of the council to administer his affairs. In 1399, Henry IV became King and Sir George Felbrigg was confirmed the annuities from the Crown previously granted to him by Richard II. In his will he asked to be buried in the Church of Blessed Mary at Playford.
The brass was discovered in the floor c1842 having been obscured by pews pre the Victorian restoration, originally there was also stained glass portraits of him and his wife Margery /Margaret (who bequeathed money to complete the now destroyed tower)glass.

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