Dickleburgh, Norfolk

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  • Lat: 52.3833 Long: 1.21666
  • OS sheet ref.: TM1682

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Dickleburgh, Norfolk

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Tracings

Two tracings showing allotments set out in June 1855 on the Seamer Green Common and the High Common allotments, with coloured roads, allotment numbers and landowners.

Draft copy of Dickleburgh award

Declaration and award of Charles Hornor as valuer, with annotations and corrections. Includes schedule of allotments, to be witnessed by Robert Pratt, H.C. Mules and William Blamire.Also present are two letters, probably to Hornor but un-addressed...

Letter book

Hand-written transcripts, with alphabetical index, of Charles Hornor's outgoing letters relating to the Dickleburgh Enclosure. Approx 130 folios, completed up to 79. After the engrossment of the award, Charles is then involved with valuation ...

Bills paid

Bills paid for work on the Dickleburgh Enclosure, including those of the Inclosure Commissioners and Charles Hornor. Solicitors accounts, bills for the erection of bridges and fencing, drainage clearance receipts for advances made to Charles as va...

Assorted maps and schedules

Linen maps and tracings of the Moor, Seamer Green, and High Common, the numbers on the sketches refering to values and observations in the general memorandum book.Charles Hornor's accounts, showing expenses for work completed for the Inclosu...

Notices

Printed form letters (unsent) giving notice of a meeting at the King's Head Inn, Dickleburgh on 6 December 1854, to show a plan of the intended allotments to be inspected by the landowners. Signed by Charles Hornor, as valuer.

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