Framlingham, a market town in Suffolk, 22 miles N.N.E. of Ipswich, with a population of 2,518. The castle was successively the seat of the Bigods, Mowbrays, and Howards, Earls and Dukes of Norfolk, but now belongs to Pembroke College, Cambridge. From hence, on the death of Edward VI., Mary Tudor set out for London to gain possession of the crown. The flintwork church, recently restored, contains the tomb of Surrey, the poet. The Albert Memorial Middle Class College was built in 1865.