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Middleton: Advowson to rectory and corn tithes conveyed of Richard Taylor to Thomas Wood, after marriage of Thomas Wood and Mary Williams, 1788.

Norton Subcourse: 5.5a in several pieces, including 1a abutting Hellond Close to west and in Hellond Went, abutting common way to west, conveyed by William Manclark of Norton Subcourse to William Manclark of Loddon, 1546.

Pudding Norton: Pudding Norton Farm, cottages and 815a 21p, Pudding Norton Hall leased by John Spurrell of the trustees of John Morse's will for 12 years, rent £1300 p.a., with a list of fixtures at Pudding Norton Farm and schedule of field names, acreages and usages, 1865.

Great Ryburgh: Great Ryburgh Hall Farm, cottages and outbuildings and lands of 551a 3r 25p leased by Robert Dodd of William Boycott for 12 years, rent £1000 p.a., with a list of fixtures in the farmhouse and outbuildings and schedule of field names, acreages and usages, 1868.

Swaffham: Messuage and adjoining cottage with outhouses and garden leased by Robert Fayerman of John and Elizabeth Dugmore for 8 years, £30 p.a. rent. Schedule of fixtures included. 1798.

East Winch: Farmhouse called 'The Hermitage' with outbuildings, orchard and homestall, 452a 13p and 6 cottages with their gardens leased by James Smith of the trustees of John Morse's will for 12 years, £805 10s. p.a. rent, with a list of fixtures and schedule of field names, acreages and usages, 1865.

Correspondence of Robert Britiffe on the sale of Sir Francis Dashwood's fee farm rents in Norfolk, including from the manors of Gimingham, Wighton and Besston (St Lawrence).

Includes letters from Dashwood, Arthur Branthwayt, Edward Stracey, Joseph Weld, Jacob Preston, Sir Edward Northey and Elizabeth Mingay of Ditchingham; also draft replies and draft conveyance from Dashwood to Harbord Harbord and John Marcon of fee farm rent of £153 14s. 14d. payable from the manor of Gimingham.

Letters and papers relating to the purchase by Sir Charles Harbord and John his son of the Gunton estate

Includes manors of Overhall and Netherhall and 'a faire house lately built', from Anne Jerny widow and her son Francis. Including extents, abstract of title from 1557/8, and letters from Sir John Hobart, Francis Jermy, Henry Palmer, John Harbord, Anthony Jermy, Thomas Cropley, Henry Scarburgh, Augustine Briggs junior, and James Rushant 1675-1676, including also letter from Humphrey Rant on a copyhold admission 1682 and an extract from a Gunton manor court roll 1692 with notes by R.W. Ketton-Cremer.

John Harbord; 1637-1710; Gunton, Norfolk

Stages in dissolution

Solicitors' account, 1885; memorandum of succession to real estate of C.F. Neville Rolfe; copy of the will and codicil of Eustace Neville Rolfe, executors' accounts and letter, 1906-1909; papers re charges on the Heacham and Sedgeford estates under the will of C.F. Neville Rolfe including copy of 1904 conveyance, 1929.

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