File RYE 79, 34C11 - Cromer. Court book of the manor of Cromer Weylands. (Fragments only).

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RYE 79, 34C11

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Cromer. Court book of the manor of Cromer Weylands. (Fragments only).

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  • 1642-1660 (Creation)

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(1189-1925)

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A sub-holding of the King's manor of Aylsham, held by William de Weyland in the time of Henry III. Later in the hands of the Paston family: it is mentioned in the Paston letters, 1414. It remained with the Pastons until the family became extinct in 1732, when it was bought by George Anson. In 1854 it was owned by G.S. Repton, who sold it to W.H. Scott in that year. Scott sold it to Benjamin Bond Cabbell of Cromer Hall in 1862.\r\nThe executors of G.S. Repton, Esq., are given lords of the manor in White's Trade Directory, 1883.\r\nLast transaction dated: 1897; lords of the manor: Margaret Bond Cabbell and Edward Eyre Greenwell; Steward: Frederick Walter Hugh Keith [TNA, HMC 5/6].

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Previously listed as MS 291

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12 by 7¾.

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ad079ecc-6c83-4c76-b685-4bb110641442

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Catalogued

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Created 22/11/2005 by droip. Modified 01/03/2019 by Droje.

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