Letters to Philip Case about the inheritance of his grand-daughters, Pleasance and Hester Browne, Hester's marriage to Jacob Astley, the proposed exchange of the Brownes' house in Lynn with the house of George Chad at Thursford for the Astleys to live in, which was opposed by Edward Everard, including letters from Edward Everard (Browne's brother-in-law), John Smith, W.W. Bulwer, George Chad, Sir Edward Astley, J.H. Astley, Pleasance Pratt, Hester Astley, William Tooke Harwood, John Forster, etc., with some copy replies
Agreement between 1) Sarah Sellen Everard of Middleton, widow of Edward Everard, 2) Henry Elsden of Congham and William Everard of King's Lynn, banker, 3) Edward Everard son of Edward Everard deceased, 4) Scarlett Everard, John Prescott Blencowe, etc.: property on high road from Middleton to King's Lynn [AA27]
Admissions of Edwards, May, Greene, and Young families to land in South Lynn in the Honor of Clare, conveyance to Benjamin Holley in 1732, with summons to members of Holley family to pay fines for this, and house in Priors Lane, 1732-1748; abstract of title of Edward Everard to an inclosure of pasture land in South Lynn, 1732-1837, reciting deeds from 1732 [AA34, 155-8, 162-173]
Marriage settlement between Edward Everard, son and heir of Revd James Everard deceased and wife Rebecca, and Mary, daughter of Benjamin Holley, beer brewer: property in Knapwell, Cambridgeshire, liberty of erecting lighthouses upon Hunstanton cliff or chapel lands, property in Terrington St Clements (endorsed later sold to Mr Henry Lane, 16 Feb 1782) [AA179-180]
Two copies of will of Henry Elsden of Congham [brother-in-law of Edward Everard III], with codicils, leaving property in Congham, Roydon and Grimston to nephew James Elsden Everard, etc.; articles of agreement between James Elsden Everard of Congham and William Spooner for hire of farm in parishes of Congham, Grimston and Roydon, 1839, and folder of valuations and other papers.