Letters to Philip Case about the inheritance of his grand-daughters, Pleasance and Hester Browne, Hester's marriage to Jacob Astley, the proposed exchange of the Brownes' house in Lynn with the house of George Chad at Thursford for the Astleys to live in, which was opposed by Edward Everard, including letters from Edward Everard (Browne's brother-in-law), John Smith, W.W. Bulwer, George Chad, Sir Edward Astley, J.H. Astley, Pleasance Pratt, Hester Astley, William Tooke Harwood, John Forster, etc., with some copy replies
- BL/CS 8/7/1/1-49
Including correspondence about Lord Lansdowne's annuity payable to the Browne sisters, 1788, request by J.H. Astley and E.R. Pratt for statements from Samuel Browne's executors, 17 Jan 1789, letter from Lord Walpole of Wolterton to Case ...
Everard family; fl 1699-1856; King's Lynn, Norfolk