Maurice Barrowe of Barningham (1597–1666) was the Dean and Chapter's Suffolk Receiver in the period before the Commonwealth and after the Restoration. He was a member of Parliament in 1643. In 1660, he wrote to the Dean and Chapter to try to regularise the lease of land belonging the the Chapter which he had purchased during the Interregnum. Another letter is recorded concerning his leases in 1665.
Morricius Baro de Barningh<am> in Comitatu Suffolci Armiger dedit Alfonsi Tostati Opera: 12 Vol: fol:
- Shelfmark W/B-5-26/37
- Alfonso Tostado. Opera omnia quotquot in Scripturae sacrae expositionem et alia.
- Inscription on front free endpaper: Opera Alphonsi Tostati ex dono Mauricij Barrowe de Barningham in Com: Suffolcii Armigeri
- Blind-stamped initials at top of front and back boards: M N
- Armorial stamp of Maurice Barrowe on front and back boards with crossed swords and four fleur-de-lys, with motto: Pax gladiis
British Armorial Binding Stamps Database
- Parliamentary or Constitutional History of England, 1762, p. 235.