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Militia and Military Records

The bulk of these records consists of muster returns, listing those charged to provide arms for each ward or parish. In some cases, lists exist of all able-bodied males between 16 and 60 years of age, and these are noted in the catalogue.Pre-1600 ...

Cambridgeshire, Hildersham Manor

In 1546, the lord of the manor was Sir William Cavendish, one of the king's treasurers and second husband of Elizabeth, daughter-in-law to the previous lord, Sir Philp Parys, but by 1562, Fardinand (sic) Parys, Esq. was lord and remained so u...

Hildersham Manor; 1189-1925; Hildersham, Cambridgeshire


Court rolls, 1528-1799, court papers, 1765-1794, and bailiffs' accounts, 1603. No Rentals, surveys, or extents survive.

Deopham Manor; 1189-1925; Deopham, Norfolk

New Foundation

Post-Reformation financial records survive in several forms. Receiver's accounts in roll form exist, 1538-1677, the earliest being accounts of individual Prebendaries rather than overall accounts. Receiver's accounts for 1538, 1622 and 1...

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