File ETN 11/1/2 - Deeds relating to the Ray family of Tannington.

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ETN 11/1/2

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Deeds relating to the Ray family of Tannington.

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  • 1690-1858 (Creation)

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1 bundle

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Contains, in order found, deeds relating to town lands in Tannington, Suffolk, 1690-1786; leases of property in Bedfield and Tannington including Braseworth Hall, 1759, 1768; marriage articles between Revd John Eade and Rebecca Ray with subsequent release of property at Sibton, 1763-1764; marriage articles between Revd Charles Ray and Jemima Gurdon, 1781; deed of covenants and other associated papers relating to purchase by William Ray of farm at Leiston, 1783; copy court roll of the manor of Leiston, 1711; map of estate in Fressingfield and Cratfield surveyed by H. Tilney and copied by William Ray; and executorship papers of Catherine Ray, Spinster of Norwich, 1858.

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Originally numbered 31.

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b32d2896-6148-4ab3-ae50-449e69b6b33e

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Created 22/02/2012 by drobf. Modified 02/01/2013 by Droip.

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