File SO 19/37-44, 500X9 - Deeds of Greyfriars' Cloister, Row 91 (formerly Row 90)

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SO 19/37-44, 500X9


Deeds of Greyfriars' Cloister, Row 91 (formerly Row 90)


  • 1884-1929 (Creation)

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3 parchments, 3 files, 2 papers

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Cottages or rooms at west end of Row 91, running under other messuages, formerly part of the 'Fountain' public house, purchased in 1884 by Thomas Proctor Burroughs from Isabella Margaret Cloes and sold in 1887 by Burroughs to trustees (the Yarmouth Tolhouse Trustees) who in 1906 conveyed it with No. 5 Queen Street (described as messuage with cellar etc. formerly two messuages) to Great Yarmouth Historical Buildings Limited. Including sale particular of 1887 which states that 'In a portion of the Cottage are several very fine Groined Arches in good preservation, forming part of the Crypt of the Grey Friars' Monastery, which have been frequently visited by Archaeologists, and are specially mentioned in the Old Histories of the Borough' and which relates also to various other properties in Yarmouth, Runham Vauxhall, Filby and Caister (Norfolk).

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Created 29/02/2000 by Droim. Modified 10/12/2019 by Catherine.Collins.


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