File AYL 55 - Court roll, manor of Beighton with the members

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AYL 55


Court roll, manor of Beighton with the members


  • c 1667-1678 (Creation)

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This was a manor of the Bishop of Norwich, taken from the bishopric and vested in the King in 1535. Conveyed to Sir Thomas Paston and remained with his family until at least 1640. The Earl of Yarmouth was lord in 1740 and on his death, it was sold to the Lord Anson. Lord Anson is named as lord of the manor in the Inclosure Award, 1803 (C/Sca 2/25).\r\nRobert Fellowes, Esq., is given as lord of the manor in White's Trade Directories (1845 and 1883). The manor appears in a fine and fee book of those manors held by Robert Fellowes in the late nineteenth century [NRO MC 1832/15-16], and a bundle of papers related to extinguishment of manorial incidents in his manors in the early twentieth century [NRO MC 1832/17].\r\nLast transaction dated: 1885; lord of the manor: Robert Fellowes; Steward: Fred Cox [TNA, HMC 5/6].

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Created 14/03/2006 by droip. Modified 17/09/2013 by Droip.


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