The manor of Hanworth, Middlesex was obtained from the Crown by Anne, Duchess of Somerset, in advance of her marriage to Newdigate, and became the couple's primary residence.
Acquired: ca. 1558
Great Ashtead, Surrey
Newdigate purchased the manor and demesnes in the period between the making of his will and his death. The manor is one of multiple properties whose bequeathing to the Seymour family John Newdigate, Francis's nephew, challenged after Francis's death.
Acquired: ca. 1580-2
Middlesex: Ashford Marsh
History of Parliament notes that Newdigate 'had some property of his own in Middlesex,' including Ashford Marsh.
Middlesex: Shepperton Manor
Newdigate's will bequeathed an estate within Shepperton to his wife.
Hasler, P.W. The History of Parliament: The House of Commons, 1558–1603. 3 vols. London: HMSO, 1981.
Malden, Henry Elliot. The Victoria History of the County of Surrey. Victoria History of the Counties of England. 4. Westminster: Constable, 1902-1912.
Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. 01/05/2005 (http://www.oxforddnb.com)
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