File HNR 190/1/4 - Descriptions of copyholds

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HNR 190/1/4


Descriptions of copyholds


  • 1788-1892 (Creation)

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Descriptions of copyhold lands in manors owned by the Micklethwaits in Taverham Hall, Hickling Netherhall and Hickling Stannow. Made mainly for the lands to be valued for admission fines by Pratt or Hornor but includes land to be taken by the Lynn and Fakenham Railway, lands in the Manor of Romburgh to which Revd. John Micklethwait is to be enfranchised and copyholds to which Henry is to be admitted after John's death in 1877. Includes rentals for the Manor of Taverham Hall for 1788 and 1824, plus sales particulars for a farm at Drayton.

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Particulars are torn and fragile around the edges but otherwise fair.

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Created 25/03/2014 by droab. Modified 08/06/2021 by Droab.


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