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Braybrook, All Saints

Braybrook All Saints

Braybrook All Saints Church Interior

Location: Newland Street, Braybrook, Northamptonshire, England

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Opening Information: Normally locked. Key held by Warden

History:

At the end of the 13th Century the estate of Braybrook passed into the Latymer family. Thomas le Latymer on 30 January 1303 obtained a license to strengthen his manor house. An Abbey and Convent stood at Braybrook, and by 1334 Braybrooke Castle was enclosed by water used as a fishery. The 5th Lord Latmer was a supporter of Wycliffe and it was at Braybrook that the Lollards converted the bible into English.

Rectors:

1292 Roger de Wakerley

1345 John de Brampton

1349 William de Northwode

1352 William de Launcy

1354 Ralph de Daventry

1365 John de Braughinge

1379 William Braybrooke

Effigies:

Thomas le Latymer born 1270, died 1334

Thomas le Latymer 1334

Brasses:

 

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