Elsing, Norfolk



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Messuage and House Pightle of 1a. 3r. 22p., The Garden, 1r. 22p., Long Pightle, 1a. 3p.; the Great Pightle, 2a. 26p.; River Meadow, 1a. 1r. 1p.; all copyhold, held of the manor of Elsing with the members.

One third surrendered to Elias Brett by James and Mary Park; one third by Henry Hempsted; and one third in Samuel and Sarah Cottes, in 1736. Elizabeth Davy admitted under Brett's will in 1740 and surrendered property to Charles Oakley in 1763...

Copyhold parts of William Kent's estate; held of the manor of Elsing with the members. Messuage and 3a. with a house, 9a. of pasture, and a tenement in Church Street with 8r.

Miles Hobart admitted in 1685 under the will of Dame Margaret Hobart; surrendered by him to Daniel Farrington in 1689. Surrendered by Farrington to Edmund Rising in 1703, and by Stephen Gardner to John Bell in 1756.1a. with a tenement in Cremegate...

Mermaid Inn, 2r. 10p.; 3r. 22p. on south side of church; close of 5a. 1r. 10p. at west end of church; 1a. 1r. 28p. on east side of church; two meadows, and a close of 3a. abutting south on the road to Norwich

Conveyed by James Hobart and Miles Hobart to Daniel Farrington in 1689, and by Elizabeth Farington and others to Edmund Ryseing and Mary Ryseing in 1702.Conveyed by Benjamin Kittmer and Mary his wife (formerly Mary Rising) to Elizabeth Burdett in ...

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