Sub-fonds NAS 1/2 - Antiquaries' Slips And Transcripts

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NAS 1/2


Antiquaries' Slips And Transcripts


  • 18th century (Creation)

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21 boxes

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Comprised: Brunstead; Catfield; Happisburgh; Hempstead with Eccles; Hickling; Horsey; Ingham; Lessingham; Ludham; Palling; Potter Heigham; East Ruston; Stalham; Sutton; Walcott; Waxham.

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This section comprises antiquaries' notes and transcripts arranged by Hundred and parish from which original documents, formerly sorted with them, have been removed and listed in NAS 1/1. Antiquaries' notes and transcripts pasted down with original documents are included in the class NAS 1/1 but are not detailed in the list.

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For Happing Hundred, see NAS 1/1/13; Holt Hundred, see NAS 1/1/14; Humbleyard Hundred, see NAS 1/1/15; Smithdon Hundred, see NAS 1/1/21; Taverham Hundred, see NAS 1/1/23; and Wayland Hundred, see NAS 1/1/25.

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