- BRA 833
- 14th century-19th century
Showing 28 resultsArchival description
- BRA 833/1, 669X1
- nd [? 14th century]
Parish unstated, but (Wood) Norton common, the way to Bintry and the Hundred boundary are mentioned. On dorse, draft of letter to 'wurschipfull ladi' complaining of close breaking and arrest of cattle, mentioning Nicholas Radclyf.
- BRA 833/10-12, 669X1
Withheld by Samuel Pancke rector, Edward Warner and William Beckerton, 1668/9; South Creake, ?subsidy rate assessment, 1689; Burnham Thorpe, assessment probably for same subsidy.
- BRA 833/13, 669X1
Townshend family; 1465-1950; Marquess of Townshend
- BRA 833/14/1, 669X1
- BRA 833/14/2, 669X1
- nd [? late 16th century]
- BRA 833/14/3, 669X1
Concerning suits between them in the Court of Wards concerning the foldcourse and common tillage and hay at Ickburgh, Extent of manor on dorse.
- BRA 833/14/4, 669X1
With copies of deeds from 1542 tracing the property between Sir Edmund Bedingfield-Grace Firmage, widow-Ralph Burges-Geoffrey Skeate-Richard Bryant and inc. copy will of William Bryant, yeoman, of Ickburgh dated 1615.
- BRA 833/16, 669X1
- BRA 833/17, 669X1
- nd [? 1822]
Thurtell, in prison, asserts that he had not made a false statement to the Fine Office and mentions his brother John (possibly John Thurtell d 1824, the Norwich murderer). Watermark 1822.
- BRA 833/18, 805X6
Longham Hall, Guntons, Priors and Watlingtons Manor; 1189-1925; Longham, Norfolk
- BRA 833/19, 805X6
Memorandum of an inquisition to establish if John Calybutt of Castle Acre, esquire, Brian Heye alias Heyth of West Lexham, husbandman, John Roades alias Poynter of West Lexham, husbandman, William Horsekeper of Castle Acre, yeoman, and William Davye of West Lexham, husbandman, broke into the enclosure and land of William Yelverton, esquire, at West Lexham and stole 100 rabbits worth 20s. on 15 November 1564.
Memorandum of an inqusition to establish if John Calybutt of Castle Acre, esquire, Brian Haye alias Heyth of West Lexham, husbandman, Henry Wyllyamond of Little Dunham, husbandman, John Roades alias Poynter of West Lexham, husbandman, William Davye of West Lexham, labourer, Richard Elwyn and John Jelle of West Lexham, husbandmen, gathered together with many others and with arms broke into the enclosure, land and free warren of William Yelverton, esquire, at West Lexham and stole 200 rabbits worth 50s. on 6 November 1564.
Certified by Matthew Baron, Clerk of the Peace, but does not record evidence or final judgement.
- BRA 833/20, 805X6
Concerning the impounding of Armiger's hogs and sheep, 1665-1674, with account for skins, 1670. Probably connected with the Chancery Case Pancke vs Armiger re right of foldcourse or sheepwalk said to belong to the rectors of North Creake, 1665.