Papers and accounts of Richard Salter, fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge, relating to his Watton estates, including letters to John Muston, attorney in Watton, payments by Thomas Jarvis and account of his goods seized for rent, copy of Salter's will, admissions of Samuel Booley, 1705, and James Muston, 1707, plan of Mayes Closes, etc.
Papers relating to the Watton estate of the Younge family including bonds to perform covenants, 1728-1735, abuttals of lands bought from the Wesneys, nd, rental, 1771, sale of land in Little Cressingham, 1771, abstract of bargain and sale to Revd William Winder of Paynes Pightles in Watton, 1772, and conveyance by Case of land in Stradsett by way of indemnity to Winder, 1772, valuation of Younge family property at Watton, 1792, and related papers.
Agreement between Edward Younge and son Thomas that business is to be transferred to Thomas, with agreement as to debts, 1760-1761; agreement of Mrs Dorothy Younge and her son, William, to carry on the business in partnership, 1771, with related papers; bond of Dorothy and William Younge to Emma Waldegrave of Stapleford Tawney for £350, 1772, with receipts for interest to 1790.
Letters from Tabitha Lewis to Philip Case about money owing on bond to Daniel Burslem, 1772, receipt by Daniel Burslem for £15 15s from sale of remaining part of the earthenware at Peterborough towards a debt due from Ralph Lewis, 1775, note from Burslem asking Case to pay Robert Whincop 100 guineas as his fee to take his grandson Daniel Burslem as clerk for 5 years, from money from sale of his house at Rudham, 1775; receipts from Dorothy Younge, daughter of Daniel Burslem; etc.
Rentals of Sir Edward Astley's estate in East Basham, particulars of the Gressenhall division, outlines of marriage settlement between Jacob Astley and Hester Browne, and for the exchange of the Lynn house for that of Mr Chad at Thursford.
Stibbard: indentures, Anne, Lady Townshend to James Ingledew, 1605, Thomas Reyner to Robert Wiggett, 1692, Thomas Reyner to Dorothy Wiggett, 1712; copy admissions, manor of Stibbard Dockings, 1782, 1859, with rental and quitrents, 1768
Bond, William Blythe of Spilsby, Lincs, butcher, and Cuthbert Blythe of Stickney, gent., to Richard Hodgson of Wiggenhall St German's, yeoman, to pay annuity to Hodgson on marriage of his daughter Margaret to William Blythe