File KNY 669-674, 372X5 - Henry Knyvett, London and Creake, a cousin (brother of Sir Edmund Knyvett of Buckenham)

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KNY 669-674, 372X5


Henry Knyvett, London and Creake, a cousin (brother of Sir Edmund Knyvett of Buckenham)


  • 1576, 1578 (Creation)

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Mostly re business done for Sir Thomas and Henry's financial affairs and payment of his annuity. Refs. to suit of Sir Thomas with Henry's brother re debt, borrowing tax or subsidy book, search for a suitable foldcourse near Creake (Crab's Castle is suggested), rumour that Dr Meye was made bishop, transport of corn to Sir Thomas at Cambridge, Henry's lack of 'favor counsell or cowmforte' except from his cousin Thomas Fermor. Some undated.

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