John Paston
(1444-1504)

Died aged 60

Sir John Paston (1444 – 28 August 1504), was the second son of John Paston and Margaret Mautby. He succeeded his elder brother, Sir John Paston, in 1479. He fought at Barnet and Stoke with John de Vere, 13th Earl of Oxford, served as his deputy when Oxford was appointed Lord High Admiral of England, and was a member of the Earl's council. A number of his letters survive among the Paston Letters, a rich source of historical information for the lives of the English gentry of the period.

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Music House The oldest dwelling house in Norwich. Home of the Jurnet family C1170-1210, Sir John Paston after 1478 and Lord Chief Justice Coke from 1613.

Music House, 167 King Street, Norwich, United Kingdom where they lived (1478)