- 1680-1863 (Creation)
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Deeds concerning manor of Callys alias Callyshall, Callys Close, Milkers Meadow, closes called Impins, the Firr Closes and Buntings and Firr House Farm in Guestwick, Thurning and Wood Dalling; Hindolveston Callis, Pound or Middle Callis and Thurning Callis, held of manor of Callis in Guestwick; property in Hindringham; and messuage in Saxthorpe. Includes rentals of William Hunt and William Newman concerning manor of Callis, 1680-1700, 1702-1747; marriage settlements of Elizabeth Newman and John Coussmaker, 1734, and John Newman Coussmaker and Ann Coussmaker, 1762.
Manors of Hempstead Loosehall, Hempstead Netherhall, Norfolk, and of Wilby, Suffolk, messuage and 2 tenements and farm in Baconsthorpe, 65a in Baconsthorpe and Plumstead, Hempstead Hall and lands and farm in Hempstead, Holt Markett and Edgefield, farm in Hempstead and Bodham, farm in Hunworth, Holt Markett and Edgefield, farm in Wilby, conveyed by William Newman to Michael Russell, 1728.
Close called scite of manor or House Close, Upper and Lower Bush Closes, Pond Close, all belonging to manor of Callis, leased by John Coussmaker to William Newman for 99 years, 1741.
Hindolveston Callis cont. 73a 3r 10p leased by William Kopps Coussmaker to Henry Paul for 17 years, £125 16s. p.a. rent, 1802.
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Copy surrender, manor of Holt Markett, William Newman's property, 1741.
Letter of licence, William Newman's creditors to Newman setting out new agreement for re-payment of Newman's debts, 1745.
Correspondence to John Coussmaker concerning dispute over Browns' tenancy of Guestwick Farm, 1779.
Agreement William Earle Bulwer and William Kopps Coussmaker indemnifying latter from payment of legacies under William Wiggett Bulwer's will, after exchange of manors and land in Guestwick area, 1802.
Marriage settlement of Macclesfield William Heath and Margaret Mounsey Fortescue, concerning money she was expected to inherit, 1830.
Probate will of Macclesfield Heath of Lyncombe Lodge, Captain of Royal Engineers, proved 1863.