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<!-- Deleted image removed: right|250px|thumb|Enfield Palace -->Elsyng palace (variously also Elsynge, Elsing, Elsings) was a Tudor palace, on a site in what are now the grounds of Forty Hall in Enfield. Its exact location was lost for many years until excavations were carried out in the 1960s.


Elsyng, also known as Enfield House, should not be confused with Enfield Manor House, known after the end of the 18th century as Enfield Palace. This was located near the market place in Enfield Town, with parts surviving until 1928. Elsyng was in the separate manor called Wroth's, Tiptofts and later Worcesters. The house lay within the present estate of the later Forty Hall, to the north-east of the hall and to the south of Turkey Brook. The site is now a scheduled ancient monument.


The manor originally known as Wroth's Place was inherited in 1413 by John Tiptoft, 1st Baron Tiptoft (whose mother was Agnes Wroth)Clark, L., Tiptoft, John, first Baron Tiptoft (c.1378–1443), Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press John was succeeded by his son John Tiptoft, 1st Earl of Worcester (1427–70)Kohl, B.G., Tiptoft , John, first earl of Worcester (1427–1470), administrator and humanist, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press 2004 who...
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