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Sir Nathaniel Bacon; ? 1546-1622; politician, magistrate, Sheriff of Norfolk; Stiffkey, Norfolk
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Bradfer-Lawrence Collection: Bacon of Stiffkey

Bradfer-Lawrence Collection: Bacon of Stiffkey

Depositions taken at Fakenham in a case concerning enclosures in a foldcourse...

Depositions taken at Fakenham in a case concerning enclosures in a foldcourse at Alethorpe; pages signed by Nathaniel Bacon, William Rugg, Thomas Sidney and Richard Stubbe.

John Stubbe, Barbican, London, to Nathaniel Bacon: foreign news; thanks to [M...

John Stubbe, Barbican, London, to Nathaniel Bacon: foreign news; thanks to [Mistress Windham] for love and care of his seduced sister; stuck inside BL/BC 4/4 (below)

Sir John Heydon, Yarmouth, to Nathaniel Bacon: on departing for the wars.

Sir John Heydon, Yarmouth, to Nathaniel Bacon: on departing for the wars.

Sir Edward Coke, Huntingfield, to Nathaniel Bacon: has talked to his cousin T...

Sir Edward Coke, Huntingfield, to Nathaniel Bacon: has talked to his cousin Townshend and will come to Stiffkey to arrange jointure.

Orders concerning the provision of soldiers for Ireland, signed by Nathaniel ...

Orders concerning the provision of soldiers for Ireland, signed by Nathaniel Bacon, Christopher Heydon and Philip Woodhouse

Henry Spelman to Nathaniel Bacon: he should encourage the town of Wells to ma...

Henry Spelman to Nathaniel Bacon: he should encourage the town of Wells to man a ship to defend the coast against the Dunkirkers.

Notebook of administrative memoranda, warrants and recognizances taken before...

Notebook of administrative memoranda, warrants and recognizances taken before Nathaniel Bacon, with note on provenance and index by Beloe senior

Examination of Sir John Heydon before Nathaniel Bacon

Examination of Sir John Heydon before Nathaniel Bacon

Bassingbourne Gawdy to the bailiffs of Yarmouth and other officers, with lett...

Bassingbourne Gawdy to the bailiffs of Yarmouth and other officers, with letter to Nathaniel Bacon on same sheet.

Commissioners for musters in Norfolk to Bassingbourne Gawdy: order to be prep...

Commissioners for musters in Norfolk to Bassingbourne Gawdy: order to be prepared for musters; signed by Nicholas Bacon, Edward Clere and Nathaniel Bacon [Purchased from Parke-Bernet]

Articles of agreement concerning defence of the county against invasion, sign...

Articles of agreement concerning defence of the county against invasion, signed by Clement Spelman, John Townshend, Christopher Heydon, Philip Woodhouse and Nathaniel Bacon; with modern transcript

Memoranda concerning musters in Norfolk, signed by Christopher Heydon, Philip...

Memoranda concerning musters in Norfolk, signed by Christopher Heydon, Philip Woodhouse and Nathaniel Bacon

Nathaniel Bacon to Robert Clarke, baron of the exchequer: thinks allegations ...

Nathaniel Bacon to Robert Clarke, baron of the exchequer: thinks allegations by the collector against the constables of Walsingham are untrue, and they beg that an agreement may be made without their having to travel to London. Draft in Martin Man's hand.

Giles Bridges, Sudeley, to Sir Nathaniel Bacon: signifies his approval of the...

Giles Bridges, Sudeley, to Sir Nathaniel Bacon: signifies his approval of the passing of his brother's act, as sickness prevents his attendance in parliament. [His brother was Baron Chandos.]
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