Thomas Howard, 2nd Duke of Norfolk: Following the Footsteps

Key

Blue: in current use
Purple: later replacement
Green: ruins
Grey: no trace

1. Tendring Hall, Suffolk
2. High Barnet, London
3. Ashwellthorpe Hall, Norfolk
4. Bosworth, Leicestershire
5. Tower of London, London
6. Ayton Castle, Eyemouth, Scottish Borders
7. Norfolk House, Lambeth, London
8. Sheriff Hutton Castle, Yorkshire
9. Holyrood House, Edinburgh
10.Mechelen Palace, Mechelen, Belgium
11.Kenninghall Manor, Norfolk
12.Abbeville, France
13.Framlingham Castle, Suffolk
14.Flodden, Branxton Moor, Northumberland
15.Guildhall, London
16.Thetford Priory, Norfolk

Norfolk was a native of East Anglia, and it was there that he built his wealth and influence, but his duties as a soldier and king’s minister took him all over England, southern Scotland, France and the Low Countries.    

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