Hoe, Norfolk



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  • Lat: 52.7 Long: 0.95
  • OS sheet ref.: TF9817

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Lower House in Hoe; Hill Close, 20a.; malthouse, yard and Barne Close, 9a.; Harpe Piece, 1a.; Cope Yards, 40a., with little messuage; Gateway Closes, 60a.; Gateway Bottom, 50a.; close, 12a.; Long Meadow 10a.; two little meadows, 4a.; Roystholme meadow in Worthing, 10a., copyhold.

Conveyed by Henry Milberne to Thomas Utber in 1640; conveyed by Utber to Thomas Russell in 1654, and recovery suffered in 1656 to the use of Russell. Conveyed by Thomas Weedon and his wife Grace, and Elizabeth Cary, the two daughters of Thomas Rus...

Manor of Hoe Harfords; lands called Colvilles, 110a. in Hoe and Swanton Morley; dwelling house in Hoe; 76a. in Hoe, reputed to be part of 80a. of the late dissolved chantry of St Nicholas Roughholme, Gressenhall; Hoe Hall Meadow, 12a.; Hoe Hall Close, 14a.; Hoe Hall Breck, 27a., 35a. called Bazum; Shepherds House and adjoining land, 3a., foldcourse and 76a. in Hoe and Dillington; Burton's Close, 2a.; two pieces of land, 3r. and 13a.

Colvilles, 110a., mortgaged by Thomas Utber and his wife Anne to Mary Harrison in 1655. Conveyed by Utber to John Frith in 1670. Remainder of estate conveyed by Thomas Gooch to William Vines in 1674, and by Vines to William Frith in 1681. Whole es...

0.5r. of land

Conveyed by Abraham Hickleton to Richard Mitchell in 1820, and by Mitchell to the trustees under Sir John Lombe's will in 1822.

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