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Bound volume of papers belonging to Sir Henry Spelman

Including poetry translations, anagrams, copies of Anglo-Saxon charters and:

fo. 34 Survey of Marshland parishes stating acreages.
fos 53-54 Description of Norfolk, including land use.
fo. 64 List of persons apprehended after Essex's rebellion.
fo. 65 Spelman's list of Antiquaries.
fo. 66 Statement re the committal of the Duke of Norfolk to the Tower.
fos 82-83 Accounts of Society in Norfolk called 'The Landbuyers' with list of estates purchased.
fo. 125 Plan of property in [? Titchwell] with drawings of buildings, early 17th century.

Sir Henry Spelman; ? 1564-1641; politician, antiquarian, author; Congham and Middleton, Norfolk, and London

Bundle of plans re Felthorpe

A Inclosure map taken by Baily Bird, surveyor, 1779, scale of chains 8 - 1 in. 23 in. by 27 in. Names of occupiers.
B Property of John Wright, esq., planted 1810, Francis Dix, surveyor, scale of chains 10 - 3.3 in. 20 in. by 17 in.
C Property of John Wright, esq., scale of chains 40 - 5.3 in. Names of adjacent owners; fields numbered; reference table; buildings include church. 16 in. by 20 in.

Wells next the Sea. 'Description of the demesnes of the manor of Wells …'

Photocopy.

Surveyor: James Hunt (1650-1668).
Coloured: No.
Compass: Yes.
North: towards bottom edge of map. Compass rose only just visible at edge of hole.
Scale: 25 percehs to 1in.
Cartouche: Yes.
Fieldnames: No.
Acreages: Yes.
Tenures: Yes.
Structures: No.
Topographical features: Field boundaries, droves, roads with destinations, lings.
Elaborate cartouche in centre with scale line surmounted by dividers below. Fields in a U-shape around cartouche. Remains of compass rose lower left. Western part of parish, bounding Holkham, exact site unclear. Approx. grid ref. TF 910430.

Wells next the Sea Manor; 1189-1925; Wells next the Sea, Norfolk

Map of the manor of Longham property of the Hon Thomas Cooke, esq.

Photostat.
Surveyor: John Halsey.
Coloured: No.
Compass: No.
North: To the top of the pictures.
Scale: about 10in.to 1 mile.
Cartouche: No.
Fieldnames: Yes.
Acreages: Yes.
Tenures: Yes.
Structures: Yes.
Topographical features: enclosed lands, sites of manors of Gunton?(moated) and Prior, roads, common, many fields still in strips.
Title almost illegible top right, lisst of fields in panel along right hand side, scale line surmounted by dividers bottom right. Grid ref. TF 942163.

Longham Hall, Guntons, Priors and Watlingtons Manor; 1189-1925; Longham, Norfolk

Map of the manor of Felthams and Monks, Great Massingham, belonging to Thomas Earl of Leicester

Photostat.
Surveyor: ? John Halsey.
Coloured: No.
Compass: Yes.
North: Top of map, circular compass rose.
Scale: scale of Gunter chains about 1:20,000.
Cartouche: No.
Fieldnames: Yes.
Acreages: Yes.
Tenures: Yes.
Structures: No.
Topographical features: Feltham's is now Parsley's Farm House. Fields, roads, some buildings.
Some land still in strips, some enclosed. This is a more complete-looking map than MS 20667, could be from the same original survey.
There are a few entries in the front of the volume and most of the pages are blank.

Monks and Felthams Manor; 1189-1925; Great Massingham, Norfolk

Map of the manor of Felthams and Monks in Great Massingham

Photostat.
Surveyor: John Halsey (1703-1738).
Coloured: No.
Compass: No.
North: towards top of map.
Scale: 3in. to 1 mile.
Cartouche: No.
Fieldnames: Yes.
Acreages: Yes.
Tenures: No.
Structures: No.
Topographical features: roads, field boundaries, parish boundary, common, buildings in plan form.
Some fields still in strips, some enclosed. Fields and areas listed bottom right, title top left. Area lies southeast of the village of Great Massingham.

Monks and Felthams Manor; 1189-1925; Great Massingham, Norfolk

Map of the lands of John Wogan, esq., in Redenhall and Wortwell to which belong the manors of Redenhall Holdbrook Halker and Coldham

Surveyor: unknown.
Coloured: Yes.
Compass: No.
North: binding edge appears to be north, Starston lies to the west of Redenhall.
Scale: not known.
Cartouche: No.
Fieldnames: Yes.
Acreages: Yes.
Tenures: No.
Structures: Yes.
Topographical features: Roads, avenue of trees, former Abbey and Gawdy Hall lie on the missing (?) southern part of the map Stables. Boules's Farm is the present-day Oaklands farm TM 248 867.
Rectangular box for title of map, fields with areas in boxes mid left and lower right. Not all field numbers are present, suggesting this is only part of the whole map. Table of contents of Boules's Farm and Gawdy Hall Farm.

Alburgh Manor; 1189-1925; Alburgh, Norfolk

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