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Letters and papers relating to the Micklethwait family re Taverham, Iridge, and Irish Estates

Assorted personal letters, accounts and business correspondence, majority concerning Nathaniel Micklethwait (1784-1856) Some of the letters have been annotated suggesting an attempt has been made to sort the family papers into some kind of history. Papers are mixed but include:
Letters to John Micklethwait from Lady Elizabeth Laura Waldegrave regarding the marriage settlement for his nephew Nathaniel and her daughter, Maria, 1803-4.
Correspondence between Miles Branthwayt and John Micklethwait re care of ‘the children’ following his sister’s death [probably Sarah (d 5 Mar 1793), wife of Nathaniel (d 1786)], 1793-4. Assorted letters to Nathaniel Micklethwait from relatives, 1819-23.
Solicitor’s bills and related papers belonging to Nathaniel Micklethwait, including work on property accounts and for his marriage settlements to Maria Waldegrave and Charlotte Rouse 1804-27.
Extracts of admissions to various manors for Nathanial Micklethwait (1825) and Miles Sotherton Branthwayt (1781), including details of fines.
Rent rolls, valuations and related papers for estates in Norfolk, Suffolk and Ireland, including the Westmeath, Tunstall, Snoring, Taverham and Attlebridge 1782-1825.

Family letters

Mainly letters to Anne and Elizabeth Huntington, daughters of John Barker Huntington. Also includes some sketches of gentry, soldiers and animals, plus locks of hair from friends and family, kept as mementos. The letters are sent by various friends and relations, from France, Swaffham, Hembsy, Norwich and elsewhere. This includes a pair from a friend, Caroline Keating, writing vivid accounts of her time in India and two valentine 'cards', featuring hidden messages from 'George' and 'T------s'.
Elizabeth Huntington died in 1827, aged 23. She was buried in the parish of Winterton, East Somerton.

Correspondence and photographs

Letters to and from Samuel Hornor. Subjects include a proposed published history of Francis Hornor and Son and other notes concerning the history of the company, letters of thanks and appreciation from various friends and colleagues, Christmas cards, papers re the 'Butterfly' boat owned by the Hornor family since the late 1920s, old receipts and other papers sent to Samuel for the company archives, photographs of the 100 year celebrations of Norwich Union, various letters relating to business, research on locations used for the film 'The Go-Between', printed card photograph of Major Evans Lombe and others, plus some personal correspondence.

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