Temporary ACC 2021/197 Box 7 - Title deeds and estate record re East Carleton manor estate (ex-Dod's) and re cottages in Hethel with sale particulars for various properties in East Carleton, Saxlingham, Hethel and elsewhere

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ACC 2021/197 Box 7

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Title deeds and estate record re East Carleton manor estate (ex-Dod's) and re cottages in Hethel with sale particulars for various properties in East Carleton, Saxlingham, Hethel and elsewhere

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  • 1689-1887 (Creation)

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Includes Copies of court roll and quit-rentals (East Carleton with Heatheld and East Carleton nuper Townshends), 1875-1887; extract of the will of Acourt Dod Esq. of East Carleton, leaving the Carleton Manor estate to his son, James Acourt Dod, 1782 with deeds (1689-1793), Braithwayt to James Acourt, 1735; Saxlingham tithe rent charge apportionment, nd [c1840] with a cover labelled, 'Gallow half-year window tax duplicate assessment, 1777', but with a paper pasted over the actual text of the assessment; plan by William Drane of Norwich, showing proposed glebe (but not carried out), nd [c 1850]; book of reference to Drane's survey of East Carleton, 1850; bundle of deeds (several UFP) re seven cottages at Hethel (ex-Middleton and wife, Bridgit, 1824-1830); and bundle of printed sale particulars for estates in Saxlingham, Swardeston, Hethel and East Carleton 1823-1835, inc. one for Swainsthorpe Manor, Hall and Farm with plan 1827.

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