Not to be confused with the nearby Parham New Hall, now known simply as Parham Hall
Parham Hall was the property and residence of the Barons Willoughby of Parham in the sixteenth century and the birthplace of Katherine Willoughby, Duchess of Suffolk. Between 1680 and 1690, it was purchased by the family of Corrance of Rendlesham. It is now owned by the Gray family and is known as Moat Hall.
- Page 1844, pp. 187–190, Page, Augustine (1844), A Supplement to the Suffolk Traveller; or Topographical and Genealogical collections, concerning that county, Ipswich: Joshua Page.
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