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Deeds of Title to the Arminghall Village Hall (Formerly the Arminghall Mission Hall)
Deeds of Title to the Arminghall Village Hall (Formerly the Arminghall Mission Hall)
Title of Edmund Buscall to an allotment (5a 31p) late part of the High Common in Ashill, bounded by the parish of Holme Hale to the north and by the Watton road to the east (of which 1a 1r was copyhold of the Manor of Uphall, Collards and Games, Ashill)
Title of Edmund Buscall to an allotment (5a 31p) late part of the High Common in Ashill, bounded by the parish of Holme Hale to the north and by the Watton road to the east (of which 1a 1r was copyhold of the Manor of Uphall, Collards and Games, Ashill)
Assignment (unexecuted) of the manors of Uphall, Collards and Games in Ashill and of Hugglesford, Houghton for the remainder of a hundred year's term created by Sir Henry Bedingfield's mortgage of 1712 to trustees of Sir Francis Andrew, Dame Bridgit and son, William Andrew
Assignment (unexecuted) of the manors of Uphall, Collards and Games in Ashill and of Hugglesford, Houghton for the remainder of a hundred year's term created by Sir Henry Bedingfield's mortgage of 1712 to trustees of Sir Francis Andrew, Dame Bridgit and son, William Andrew
Title to Buckenham Parva Manor and advowson and other premises in Buckenham, Lynford and Stanford
Title to Buckenham Parva Manor and advowson and other premises in Buckenham, Lynford and Stanford
Grant from Robert Brown, natural brother and heir of John Brown, deceased, to Walter Tree, Robert Flecher and John Brettun of 12½ acres arable land in diverse pieces in Stanford and Buckenham Parva, of which 6½ a. lie in a furlong called Slaynma[n] bounded to the east by Londmer and to the north by the common way to Mundford, 4a. lie to the south of the 6½ a., and 2a. are called Kyngyshendlond, and are bounded to the east by Stanforth Heffdys and to the north by the road from Stanford to [West] Tofts
Grant from Robert Brown, natural brother and heir of John Brown, deceased, to Walter Tree, Robert Flecher and John Brettun of 12½ acres arable land in diverse pieces in Stanford and Buckenham Parva, of which 6½ a. lie in a furlong called Slaynma[n] bounded to the east by Londmer and to the north by the common way to Mundford, 4a. lie to the south of the 6½ a., and 2a. are called Kyngyshendlond, and are bounded to the east by Stanforth Heffdys and to the north by the road from Stanford to [West] Tofts
Quitclaim by Robert Drury to Spryng, Lovell, Waldegrave, Olyver, Welles, Markaunt and Beale of all Drury's rights in the Manor of Buckenham Parva, the advowson of the parish church and lands in Buckenham, Lynford and Stanford, and also in two messuages and lands in Bodney, Langford and Hilborough, and also in the manor called Botors [Butter's Hall in Thompson] and lands in Thompson, Merton, Beketon's Manor in Stow Bedon, Caston and Breccles with the advowson of Thompson, and also in lands in Fouldon, Didlington, Hilborough, Gedeston and Claxton
Quitclaim by Robert Drury to Spryng, Lovell, Waldegrave, Olyver, Welles, Markaunt and Beale of all Drury's rights in the Manor of Buckenham Parva, the advowson of the parish church and lands in Buckenham, Lynford and Stanford, and also in two messuages and lands in Bodney, Langford and Hilborough, and also in the manor called Botors [Butter's Hall in Thompson] and lands in Thompson, Merton, Beketon's Manor in Stow Bedon, Caston and Breccles with the advowson of Thompson, and also in lands in Fouldon, Didlington, Hilborough, Gedeston and Claxton
Abstract summaries of deeds in PTR 1/85
Abstract summaries of deeds in PTR 1/85
Exemplification of common recovery and inspeximus of the same suffered by Edmund and Frances Wright, the demandants being Francis Boldero and George Chittyng re the manor and advowson of Buckenham Parva, ten messuages, two mills, liberty of foldage in Buckenham and 2460a of land in Buckenham, Stanford, Langford, Lynford, [West] Tofts, Ickburgh, Hilborough, Mundford, Fouldon, Didlington, Gooderston and Oxborough
Exemplification of common recovery and inspeximus of the same suffered by Edmund and Frances Wright, the demandants being Francis Boldero and George Chittyng re the manor and advowson of Buckenham Parva, ten messuages, two mills, liberty of foldage in Buckenham and 2460a of land in Buckenham, Stanford, Langford, Lynford, [West] Tofts, Ickburgh, Hilborough, Mundford, Fouldon, Didlington, Gooderston and Oxborough
Grant from John de Gyssinges, chaplain in [Cockley] Cley to William de Langford of Cley, chaplain, of all John's messuage in Cley, bounded to the west by the common way and to the north by the highway through the village
Grant from John de Gyssinges, chaplain in [Cockley] Cley to William de Langford of Cley, chaplain, of all John's messuage in Cley, bounded to the west by the common way and to the north by the highway through the village
Title of John Godward to 4a. land in the fields of Ickburgh in three pieces, of which half an acre abutts west onto the common pasture called West Hill and 2a. lies in the North Field next to the town land to the east
Title of John Godward to 4a. land in the fields of Ickburgh in three pieces, of which half an acre abutts west onto the common pasture called West Hill and 2a. lies in the North Field next to the town land to the east
Title of Thomas Clark to a messuage and adjoining garden in Ickburgh, abutting north onto a bierway and south onto the highway
Title of Thomas Clark to a messuage and adjoining garden in Ickburgh, abutting north onto a bierway and south onto the highway
Bargain and sale with bond to perform covenants, from Thomas Nurse to Richard Clarke
Bargain and sale with bond to perform covenants, from Thomas Nurse to Richard Clarke
Title of Richard Eastgate of Wendling, butcher, to 17a. and half a rod of land in seventeen pieces in the town and fields of Ickburgh
Title of Richard Eastgate of Wendling, butcher, to 17a. and half a rod of land in seventeen pieces in the town and fields of Ickburgh
Title of Henry Cocksedge to a messuage called the Hermitage and 37a. 3r. and a messuage called Kemps (formerly of John Clark) and 50a. 1r. both [messuages] occupied by John Juby, and also to four other messuages and three hemplands, all in Ickburgh
Title of Henry Cocksedge to a messuage called the Hermitage and 37a. 3r. and a messuage called Kemps (formerly of John Clark) and 50a. 1r. both [messuages] occupied by John Juby, and also to four other messuages and three hemplands, all in Ickburgh
Title of James Nelthorpe to a cottage abutting north on the street in Ickburgh
Title of James Nelthorpe to a cottage abutting north on the street in Ickburgh
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