Robert Raymes of Aydon and Shortflatt

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    Robert Raymes of Aydon and Shortflatt, d.1323 (or his namesake son, d.1349), according to the guidebook. According to the plaque by his head: "son of Hugh de Raymes of Wherstead, Suffolk, acquired the half Barony of Bolam c.1295; built Aydon Castle and Shortflatt Tower which for upwards of three centuries was the home of his descendants; married Maude daughter of Sir Nicholas de WOrtley & grand-daughter of Sir WIlliam Heron of Ford; took part in all the Scottish wars of that period & died 1324. This effigy was restored by Frederick Raimes of Stockton on Tees, 1911" St Andrew' s, Bolam
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    Added by: Simon Cotterill
    Last modified: 1 month ago
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    Picture Taken: July 16, 2009, 1:02 p.m.
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