Robert FENN 
- Christened: 18 Sep 1566, Lowestoft SFK
- Marriage (1): Alice  about 1595
- Buried: 21 Aug 1639, Kenton SFK
18 Sep 1566
Robert was a yeoman
Robert was a beneficiary of his Grandfather Roberts Will 1573 in line with his father as:
And after the decease of the saide Margerye my wyffe I will the saide Tenement and Land(es) shall remayne unto Bartholomewe Fenne my sonne and after his decease to go to Robert Fenne nowe the youngest Sonne of the saide Bartholomewe Fenne my sonne And for want of heires lawfully begotten of the saide Robert to remayne unto Thomas Fenne Brother unto the saide Robert and to his heires
Conveyance FC 94/L1/2/45 7 Aug. 1587
John Browne of Aspall, husbandman, Robert Fenne of Kenton, yeoman, Margery, wife of Robert Browne, dec'd., and William Browne of Thornham Magna, husbandman, brother of said John Browne to John Godbolde, sen., William Manshipp, sen., and Robert Gardiner of Worlingworth, yeoman; two pightells called Goneldis and Clapirscroft with appurtenances, one piece of land in tenement called Hawys containing by estimation ½ a rood with part of a green way adjoining in Tannington, a garden with green way adjoining, a small grove and piece of arable land adjoining the garden
This document is are held at Suffolk Record Office, Ipswich Branch
Robert Fenn of Kenton is named in a Grant of Land 7 Apr 1617
Reuben Feveryear of Kenton, yeoman
George Lord of Kenton, yeoman
Nicholas Garneys of Redisham
Charles Garneys of Boyland Hall, Morningthorpe (Nf.)
Thomas Bedingfield of Darsham
Thomas Garneys of Norwich (Nf.)
John Garneys of Redisham
Claro Garneys of Redisham
Christopher Robinson of Kenton
John Smith of Kenton
William Drane of Kenton
John Flowerdew of Kenton
John Aldriche of Kenton
Thomas Clodde of Kenton
Robert Clodde of Kenton
John Feveryear of Kenton
Edward Calver of Kenton
Robert Fenn of Kenton
(1) to (2), 6 acres land, lately built upon in Bedfield; also, 10 acres land in Monk Soham. (Latin; seals)
Ref: HD850/1/3/5 Ipswich R.O.
Burial month 8
Church descriptionALL SAINTS
National Burial Index For England & Wales
Robert Fenne's Will
09 May 1635
Suffolk Record Office IC/AA1/76/52
1. Robert Fenn: Will, 1635 Probate 1639.
Precis of the Will of Robert Fenn of Kenton 1639
I Robert Fenn of Kenton in the county of Suffolk yeoman…"
"I give and bequeath unto John Fenn my sonn my tenement and lands…lying and being in Kenton…"
"I give and bequeath to Alice Fenn my daughter…" (Money bequest)
A George Fenn is noted also
"…and unto Ann Fenn daughter of Bartholemew Fenn my late sonn…"
John Fenn is also noted as the sole executor.
Original Will Ipswich R O IC/AA1/76/52
Robert married Alice  [MRIN: 7266] about 1595. (Alice  was born circa 1570 and was buried on 10 May 1635 in Kenton SFK.)