Series C/Sca 2 - Inclosure Awards, Maps and Acts

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C/Sca 2

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Inclosure Awards, Maps and Acts

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  • 1760-1869 (Creation)

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349 pieces

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Transferred by the Chief Executive, Norfolk County Council on 29 September 1985.

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Decisions to bind some of the rolled Inclosure Awards are recorded in the minutes of the Standing Joint Committee (of Norfolk County Council and Norfolk Quarter Sessions) on 18 March 1927 (minute 258) and 17 June 1927 (minute 275) (C/C 10/625).

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Numbers not used- C/Sca 2/42, C/Sca 2/215, C/Sca 2/266, C/Sca 2/267.

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Photographic and microform copies of some documents are also available for consultation

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Aylmerton (1776): for grant of liberty to enclose 60 acres of common, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/15.
Ashill (1785): for award, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/3.
Banham (1789): for award, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/4.
Barton Bendish (1774): for award, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/16.
Beetley, Great Bittering and Gressenhall (1774): for award, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/16; for draft map of Beetley, see C/Ca 1/77.
Bintry (1795): for award, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/5.
Great Bittering (1774): for award, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/16.
West Briggs with Tottenhill (1779-1780): for award, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/2.
Old Buckenham (1790): for award, see Road Order Book C/Sca 1/4.
Carleton Rode (1777): for award, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/1.
Carleton St Peter (nd): for draft map, see C/Ca 1/83.
Coltishall (1782): for grant of liberty to enclose 3 acres of common, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/1.
Cranworth (1796): for award, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/6.
Little Dunham (1794): for Award, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/8A.
Felmingham (1808): for award, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/14; for draft map, see C/Ca 1/18.
Felthorpe (1777): for award, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/2.
Fincham (1772): for award, see Road Order Book, see C/Sce 1/16.
Foulden (1780): for award, see Road Order C/Sce 1/2.
Hanworth (1777): for 2 grants of liberty to enclose 35 acres and 31 acres of common, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/15.
Hempnall (1817): for award, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/7.
Hethersett: for a grant of liberty to enclose Brackett Green (1 acre), 1770, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/15; for a grant of liberty to enclose part of Pound Common, 1784, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/13; for award, 1798, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/6; for a draft map, see C/Ca 1/89.
Letton (1796): for award, see Road Order Book, see C/Sce 1/6.
Marham (1793): for award, see C/Sce 1/5.
Reymerston (1796): for award, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/6.
Roudham: for award, 1772, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/16; map of Roudham, 1779 (estates of R. Croftes) can be used with Award (microfilm print-out of this map is kept with Award).
Shotesham: for a grant of liberty to enclose 3 acres of common, 1776, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/15; for award, 1781, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/2.
Sharrington (1796): for award, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/5.
Southburgh (1796): for award, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/6.
Tacolneston (1778): for award, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/1.
Thornham (1794): for award, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/5.
Topcraft (1804): for draft map, see C/CA 1/64.
Tottington (1774): for award, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/16.
Twyford (1795): for award, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/5.
Walpole St Peter: for award, 1789, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/4.
North Walsham (1808): for award, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/14.
Waxham (nd): for draft map, see C/Ca 1/67.
Woodbastwick (1779): for award, see C/Sce 1/1.
Wreningham (1779): for award, see Road Order Book C/Sce 1/1.

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C/S/4/2

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37259a38-12dd-4bd7-8969-af20b9aca3e2

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Catalogued

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Created 20/04/2004 by Droip. Modified 14/03/2018 by Drojr.

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