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- KIM 5/2
Bundles of bills presented by Mr Tuck at the six-monthly audits between 1846 and 1849 for the Witton estate only, with weekly accounts by Mr Tuck for both Kimberley and Witton estates 1847-1849, and carpenter's bills for work at Witton 1847-1...
- KIM 5/4
Accounts compiled for four-weekly periods for the Kimberley and Witton estates. They include labour, stock and corn accounts. They are grouped together into yearly bundles, the year running from Michaelmas to Michaelmas. Most bundles cover both Wi...
- KIM 5/5
Detailed four-weekly accounts on printed forms: labour accounts (listing names of workers, jobs done and wages); stock; corn; cash; supplies for the hall. They are grouped into bundles, each year running from Michaelmas to Michaelmas.
- KIM 5/6
Annual account of 'produce' from manors, that is the profit from fines, enfranchisements etc. Names of people being admitted are given. The Kimberley estate manors are Hingham Insoken, Barnham Broom, Hardingham Swathings and Kimberley Ha...
- KIM 5/7
Half-yearly rentals listing tenants' names and rents received. The accounts also include income from tithe rentcharges and payments of land tax, property tax and poor rates. The rentals are grouped in five-yearly bundles and there are separat...
The HMC list includes a deed numbered R23: Conveyance by William Walshaw of Hingham to Thomas Batescroft, John Toke and William Cok, senior, of a messuage called le Wroo, close and land in Hingham. Seal. 22 January 29 Henry VI . HMC p.123. T...