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Costessey Manor Court Rolls

Manorial matters are divided between courts general and leet from 1517; before this date there appears to be no separation into distinct courts.

Costessey Manor; 1189-1925; Costessey, Norfolk

Manor of Islington

This manor belonged to the Guybon family in the 17th century, then to the Dixon family in 1725, then to the descendants of Thomas Dixon's sister, Jane Bagge.

Islington Manor; 1189-1925; Islington, Norfolk

Manor of Gaywood

The manor of Gaywood was sold to Sir Cyrill Wyche (see BL/WY) by the Thorisby family in 1697 (BL/CS 7). Philip Case was steward for Wyche's grandson, and subsequently purchased the manor in the 1780s. On his death in 1792 it passed to his son...

Gaywood Manor; 1189-1925; Gaywood, Norfolk

Manor of Shipdham

This manor was purchased by Lord Townshend from Sir John Castleton c 1704.

Shipdham Manor; 1189-1925; Shipdham, Norfolk

Costessey Manor Court Books

Entries relating to the following submanors are included in the volumes listed unless otherwise indicated: Easton, Weston, Morton, Bawburgh, Bowthorpe, Felthorpe, Taverham, Honingham/Honingham Thorpe, Yaxham, Westfield, Runhall, Welborne, Brandon ...

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