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Dalling family; 1440-1987; Norfolk
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Letters from the Cape and England
Letters from the Cape and England
Legal opinion in the matter of the estates of the late Sir William Dalling and General Robert Meade
Legal opinion in the matter of the estates of the late Sir William Dalling and General Robert Meade
Receipted bills including Miss Dalling's accounts for haberdashery and shoes
Receipted bills including Miss Dalling's accounts for haberdashery and shoes
In folder labelled 'Plans and Views in India', belonging to Dalling family.
In folder labelled 'Plans and Views in India', belonging to Dalling family.
Deeds of Messuage called the Tannhouse and lands (partly copyhold) quitclaimed by John Jay gent. to Henry Webster gent. in 1688.
Deeds of Messuage called the Tannhouse and lands (partly copyhold) quitclaimed by John Jay gent. to Henry Webster gent. in 1688.
Deeds of land measuring 84 by 20 feet and 18 by 14 feet, parcel of two messuages (one of them described as in Church Gate), copyhold of the manor of Earsham, to which Elizabeth Ann wife of Christopher Allen of Earsham Lodge was admitted on surrender of John Rising Reeve and wife Emily in trust for Sir William Windham Dalling in 1860.
Deeds of land measuring 84 by 20 feet and 18 by 14 feet, parcel of two messuages (one of them described as in Church Gate), copyhold of the manor of Earsham, to which Elizabeth Ann wife of Christopher Allen of Earsham Lodge was admitted on surrender of John Rising Reeve and wife Emily in trust for Sir William Windham Dalling in 1860.
Many parcels of land copyhold of the manor of Earsham to which Christopher Allen and William Hartcup were admitted in 1865 as trustees following the death of Sir W.W. Dalling.
Many parcels of land copyhold of the manor of Earsham to which Christopher Allen and William Hartcup were admitted in 1865 as trustees following the death of Sir W.W. Dalling.
Title deeds to Sir W.W. Dalling's property in Earsham, Denton, Hedenham, Bedingham, Wortwell, Alburgh, and Ditchingham
Title deeds to Sir W.W. Dalling's property in Earsham, Denton, Hedenham, Bedingham, Wortwell, Alburgh, and Ditchingham
Exemplification of Recovery between Benjamin Goode demandant, Philip Goode tenant and John Windham Dalling, vouchee, re the manor of Dubbells and 1,800 acres land, 500a. meadow, 600a. pasture, 100a. wood and other property in Earsham, Denton, Hedenham, Bedingham, Wortwell and Alburgh
Exemplification of Recovery between Benjamin Goode demandant, Philip Goode tenant and John Windham Dalling, vouchee, re the manor of Dubbells and 1,800 acres land, 500a. meadow, 600a. pasture, 100a. wood and other property in Earsham, Denton, Hedenham, Bedingham, Wortwell and Alburgh
Title deeds
Title deeds
Deeds of 1a. 28p. copyhold of the manor of Bungay Priory and 17a. 2r. 29p. copyhold of the manor of Bungay Soke, allotted at the Earsham Inclosure, of which a Recovery was suffered by J.W. Dalling in 1823.
Deeds of 1a. 28p. copyhold of the manor of Bungay Priory and 17a. 2r. 29p. copyhold of the manor of Bungay Soke, allotted at the Earsham Inclosure, of which a Recovery was suffered by J.W. Dalling in 1823.
Copy conditional surrender by Sir W.W. Dalling to William Hartcup of a number of small parcels of land held of the manor of Earsham
Copy conditional surrender by Sir W.W. Dalling to William Hartcup of a number of small parcels of land held of the manor of Earsham
Lease of free warren and sporting rights of the manor: the Duke of Norfolk to Sir W.W. Dalling
Lease of free warren and sporting rights of the manor: the Duke of Norfolk to Sir W.W. Dalling
Sir W. Dalling's weekly gift to dumb woman Claxton
Sir W. Dalling's weekly gift to dumb woman Claxton
Sir W. Dalling's weekly gift to George Bidwell
Sir W. Dalling's weekly gift to George Bidwell
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