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Dalling family; 1440-1987; Norfolk
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Messuages and c. 74a in several pieces in Earsham. Schedule of deeds of estate in mortgage to Mr Hartcup for securing £1,200 and interest, 1851.
Copy of court roll of the manor of Earsham. Admission of Robert Woolmer by will of William Woolmer, 1655. Admission of Robert Woolmer's widow, 1703; mortgaged to John Jones, 1713. Lease and release: Robert Woolmer to William Pope, 1716; Bargain and sale: Richard Dring and Robert Adley to Edmund Wiseman, 1731; discharges of legacies under will of William Pope, 1731-1733. Copy of will of Edmund Wiseman, 1740. Lease and release; Wiseman to John Meadows, 1766. Copy of will of Meadows, 1802; mortgaged by William Cole, 1809, 1812 and mortgage assigned, 1817, 1821. Lease and release: Cole to Sir W.W. Dalling, 1821; mortgaged, 1822, 1844 with related letter.
With printed extracts from Earsham, Ditchingham and Hedenham Inclosure award and map of allotments made to William Cole, 1812.

Dalling family; 1440-1987; Norfolk

Bundle labelled 'Writings of an Estate at Earsham purchased by Sir W.W. Dalling Bart. of Mr Samuel Baker, 2nd October 1811'

6a land, part of close of 13a formerly Vymors, copyhold of Manor of Earsham. Copy admissions of Ralph Pell Gent. to 2 closes of lands containing 13a, 1665; Edward Mingay, 1701. Copy will of Edward Mingay, 1724. Admission of John Mingay, 1735. Absolute surrender of Mary Singleton and John Mingay to Samuel Baker, 1741. Admission of Samuel Baker, 1741.
12a inclosed land sometime Bradys. Copyhold of the Manor of Earsham.
Extract from will of Robert Davy bequeathing lands to his aunt, Margaret Pycroft, 1725. Extract from will of Margaret Pycroft, 1730. Admission of Samuel Baker on death of Margaret Pycroft, 1736. Probate of will of Revd Samuel Baker, 1785.
Admission of Joshua Baker to all lands above, 1787. Attested copy probate of will and codicil of Joshua Baker, 1791. Admission of Samuel Baker, 1792. Abstracts of title of Samuel Baker. Conveyance by Samuel Baker to Sir William Windham Dalling of lands in Earsham and admission to copyhold lands, 1811.

Dalling family; 1440-1987; Norfolk

Bundle labelled No. 12. Copies of Admissions of William Windham, Esq, Earsham Estate

Copies of court roll of the manor of Bungay Soke: messuage called Buntards and various pieces of land containing c15a in Bungay, Earsham and Ilketshall. Admission of John Gooch on surrender of John Gooch, 1672; John Dalling on surrender of John Barrow, 1703; John Dalling on death of Dalling, 1734.
Moiety of 27a. Admission of William Clarke on death of William Langly, 1690.
3a meadow in New Meadow, Earsham: Admission of William Windham on surrender of Martina Robe, 1767.
Copies of court roll of the manor of Bungay Priory: 1a 1r in Bungay: Admission of John Dalling on surrender of Thomazina Holmes, 1703; John Dalling, 1734.
Copy of court roll of the manor of Ilketshall Bardolfes: 3 pieces of land in Ilketshall St John: Admission of John Dalling, 1703.
Copy of court roll of the manor of Bungay Burgh: messuage in Earsham Street, and cottage with 0.5a waste in Bungay. Admission of John Dalling on death of father, John Dalling, 1734.
Copies of court roll of the manor of Earsham:
Messuage and various pieces of land. Admission of William Windham on the surrender of Robert Spilling, 1742. Messuage and 8a 1r 6p: Admission of Thomas Cole on death of Thomas Cole, 1747; Windham, 1768.
Moiety of 1a 20p with cottage: Admission of Windham, 1760.
Cottage with 1a, close of 2a, 1a meadow in Langley, 0.5a meadow, grove called Rusholme, and 3r molland.
Admission of Windham on bargain and sale of the executors of Susan Manning, 1764.
Messuage and various pieces of land: Admission of Windham on surrender of Martina Robe, 1767.
2 cottages and 2a meadow: Admission of Windham on surrender of Arthur Utting et al., 1776.
Tenement late Aggas: Admission of Windham on surrender of John Spence, 1784.
Copies of court roll of the manor of Ditchingham: 7a called Reed Meadow: Admission of Windham on surrender of Martina Robe, 1767.
Third part of 2a in New Meadow: Admission of Windham on surrender of Arthur Utting et al, 1776.

Windham family; 1440-1987; Norfolk

Deeds, etc

11a 2.5r 18p; parcel called Overwent; parcel of 7a; parcel of Shortland in Breach in Earsham; 2 inclosures in Hedenham cont. 9a, all copyhold of the Manor of Earsham. Admissions of William Stone, 1684; William Stone jun. 1762; George Strong 1765; Surrender by John Cooper and John W. Gooch to Sir William Windham Dalling Bart, 1839 and his admission 1840; Mortgage to Mrs Rachel Louisa Dalling 1840 and further mortgage 1844; account of expense incurred, 1840 and lease and release of freeholdland. Sale particulars, 1837.

Dalling family; 1440-1987; Norfolk

Deeds of Messuage called the Tannhouse and lands (partly copyhold) quitclaimed by John Jay gent. to Henry Webster gent. in 1688.

Farm ultimately called Rookery Farm and measuring 115a. 1r. 4p. and including four goings on Stow Fen in Bungay, but originally described as Fish Pond House with pieces near Stony Fenn and called Redfields, New Close, Ingrams Pightle, and Pillowent, and meadowland in Cawdwell Meadow including one long rood and one square rood, partly copyhold of the manor of Earsham. It was purchased by John Spilling jun. from Richard Berney Esq. and Mary his wife in 1719 and remained in the Spilling family until sold by Thomas Spilling gent. to J.P. Meade in 1887. Documents include probate copy of will of John Spilling yeoman, proved 1742, award in dispute between his widow Elizabeth Smith and his son John concerning the property 1751, mortgage deeds, exchange of land with W.W. Dalling 1771, conveyances of further pieces purchased from Revd Valentine Lumbley 1778, Michael and Mary Aggas 1797 (with Abstract of Title from 1705) and Richard Reeve doctor of physic and wife Susan 1819 (with Abstract of Title from 1705), award of enfranchisement 1866, deed to bar entail 1869, and sale particular 1887 relating also to dwellinghouses and shops in St Mary's Street and Upper Olland Street, Bungay, and house and shop at South Elmham St Michael.

Dalling family; 1440-1987; Norfolk

Bundle labelled Family Papers

Copy of will of William Windham, 1730; Thomas Windham's promise to pay his ne phew, William Windham £500 p.a. in accordance with his marriage settlement to the Countess DeLoraine, 1734; William's accounts with his brother John 1743-1747, 1749, 1758; copy of will of Mary Windham, sister of William, 1747; legacy receipts, 1747, 1752, 1759, 1764, 1789; Charles Randolph's release of legacy, 1757; extract from marriage settlement of John Boyce and Elizabeth Scot, with rental of estate in St Giles, Norwich and lawyer's opinion concerning mortgages, 1755; instructions to pay for Major Dalling's commission in the 28th Regiment of foot, 1757, Nathaniel Sheppard's receipt for household furnishing in house at Richmond leased from William Windham, 1763; Bowyer legacy account, 1764; Van Kamp's account, 1764-5; account of executors of Mrs Mann, 1779, and Mr Weston, 1779; receipts for Earsham tithes, 1786-1791; and release of legacy: Philip Walker to Joseph Windham, 1789.

Dalling family; 1440-1987; Norfolk

Bundle labelled; These relate to formerly Foulsers.

Parcel of enclosed land, 84 feet by 24.5 feet, parcel of a messuage in Churchgate; Parcel 18 feet by 14 feet copyhold of the Manor of Earsham. Conditional surrender by John Foulser to Henry Jay, 1746; Admission of John Foulser by will of John Foulser and probate copy of will, 1760; surrender by John Foulser and wife and Henry Foulser and wife to Charles Taylor, 1770: Bargain and sale by Mrs Mary Girlestone executrix of will of John Girdlestone to John R. Reeve, 1837; Admission of John R. Reeve, 1837; Deed of covenant John R. Reeve to Sir William Windham Dalling, 1860; surrender by John R. Reeve to Mrs Alton in trust for Sir William Windham Dalling, 1860.

Dalling family; 1440-1987; Norfolk

Bundle labelled Writings of one third of an Estate at Earsham purchased by Sir W.W. Dalling Bart. of Mr Kerrison, 11 October 1811.

2/3 moiety of 4a 3r copyhold of the manor of Earsham and 2a freehold land, a messuage and 2a meadow. Attested copy of releases and agreements between Thomas Howell, John Danby's executor, and John and Mary Danby, 1751; release of Danby to Matthias Kerrison, 1795; admission of Kerrison, 1796; release: Kerrison to Sir W. W. Dalling, 1811; admission of Dalling, 1812 with abstract of title.

Dalling family; 1440-1987; Norfolk

Watercolour view of Donnington Castle Estate

The watercolour is a view of Donnington Castle Estate plantation in Jamaica by an unidentified artist. It shows the plantation buildings in the centre, the plantation framed by trees, and three slaves at work in the foreground.

Donnington Castle Estate; ? 1780-? 1851; plantation; Jamaica

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