Sir Philip de Eye Knight
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 1247
"Robert Fitz-John de Thorp succeeded Sir John de Thorp, who in King Henry the Third's time, 1236, was one of the resident Barons of the Exchequer, his countryman, Master Hervy de Belet, being then Chief Baron, Richard de Eye, rector of Fundenhale, released to him and Maud his wife, his niece, all his right after his death, to Sir Philip de Eye, his brother, in his manors and lands in Horham, Hoxne, Stradbrook, &c. in Suffolk; and Sarah de Halmo, Richard son of James Suddimere, and Philip de Braseworth."
~An Essay Towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Vol. V, pp. 142-163