Temporary ACC 2021/229/11 - Bundle 11

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ACC 2021/229/11

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Bundle 11

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  • 1828-1911 (Creation)

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Deeds relating to land in Felmingham 1828-1911

/1 Indenture of agreement between Edward, Lord Suffield (3rd Bt), and John Seaman, esq, of Felmingham, by which Suffield agrees to exchange three acres and two roods of arable land in Felmingham (formerly common but enclosed by act and occupied by William Postle) for a double cottage with yards and gardens, etc, belonging to Seaman in Frettenham. Paper 17 Sep 1828
/2 Abstract of title of Rt Hon Edward, Lord Suffield, and his trustees, to land at Felmingham, agreed to be conveyed to John Seaman, esq, by way of exchange, reciting from 1757-1825 inc marriage settlement of Catherine Wade of Norwich and John Church surgeon of Coltishall Mrch 1757. Endorsed 'For the perusal of Messrs Unthank & Foster on behalf of Mr Seaman 7 February 1829'. Paper c1828
/3 Manor of Suffield, copy admission of Elizabeth Seaman, by the will of the late John Seaman, to four pieces of land in Felmingham, respectively of three roods, two and a half acres, half an acre, and one rood. Paper 4 Oct 1836
/4 Manor of Suffield, copy admission of William Seaman Postle, esq, of Felmingham Hall, by the will (dated 11 February 1875) of his mother Elizabeth, daughter of John Seaman, to the aforesaid four pieces of land in Felmingham. Frederic Oddin Taylor is recorded as deputy steward of Charles, Lord Suffield. Parch 2 June 1885
/5 Manor of Suffield, copy admission of John Seaman Postle, esq, of Smallburgh Hall, on the death of his brother WS Postle unmarried and intestate, to the aforesaid four pieces of land in Felmingham. Parch 26 May 1887
/6 Manor of Suffield, copy admission of Mrs Elizabeth Seaman Lubbock, widow, of Catfield and Mrs Sarah Emily Jickling (wife of the Revd Francis Jickling of Glatton, Huntingdonshire), sisters and heiresses of John Seaman Postle, on his death intestate without male heirs, to the aforesaid four pieces of land in Felmingham. Parch 25 May 1893
/7 Manor of Suffield, copy admission of Percy Arthur Jickling, esq, of Smallburgh Hall, eldest son and heir of the late Mrs Sarah Emily Jickling, to an undivided moiety of the aforesaid four pieces of land in Felmingham. Parch 24 May 1899
/8 Manor of Suffield, copy admission of the Revd Francis Jickling of Smallburgh Hall, as father and heir to Percy Arthur Jickling, who died unmarried and intestate in January 1902, to an undivided moiety of the aforesaid four pieces of land in Felmingham. Parch 2 Dec 1903
/9 Manor of Suffield, copy admission of Captain Charles Maurice Jickling of Smallburgh Hall (3rd Bn, Norfolk Regiment), nephew and heir of Mrs Elizabeth Seaman Lubbock, who died 11 November 1909, to an undivided moiety of the aforesaid four pieces of land in Felmingham. Parch 4 Nov 1911

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Created 25/02/2022 by Droab.

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