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Indenture of 5 parties: deed to Lead the uses, etc. Thomas Neech the elder of Mendham (Suffolk), yeoman, and others, to Wolfran Taylor the elder of Weybread (Suffolk), carpenter, Mary, his wife, and others.

Messuage and land in Starston, Pulham St Mary, Redenhall, Harleston, Hardwick, Lanamore [? Langmere in Dickleburgh], Lynecroft, Purleston, Rusall and Dickleburgh. Fine enclosed. 11 seals and 3 seal tags.

Bundle of plans re Felthorpe

A Inclosure map taken by Baily Bird, surveyor, 1779, scale of chains 8 - 1 in. 23 in. by 27 in. Names of occupiers.
B Property of John Wright, esq., planted 1810, Francis Dix, surveyor, scale of chains 10 - 3.3 in. 20 in. by 17 in.
C Property of John Wright, esq., scale of chains 40 - 5.3 in. Names of adjacent owners; fields numbered; reference table; buildings include church. 16 in. by 20 in.

Indented, counterpart agreement between Dr Robert Honeywod, Dean of the College of the Chapel of Our Lady in the Fields, Norwich, and canons of same, and Simeon Bachecroft, gent., and Andrew Pawe, exors of Thomas Bachecroft late of Little Melton, gent.

Agreement to pay £10 immediately and a further £10 by Michaelmas, 1503 out of the lands and tenements called Guntons in Methwold left by the will of the said Thomas before the death of of Crystyne, his widow, for building a rood loft in the said chapel of Our Lady, in lieu of £40 for the same purpose to be paid after the death of Crystyne (who was then only 32 years old).

Miscellaneous MSS collections of Sir Henry Spelman

Includes transcripts 'ex libro Ecclesie Cathedralis Wigornensis'; fos 211-222 transcripts of charters granted by William I, Henry I and Edward I to the church at Norwich; fos 268-270 French narrative of the foundation of Crabhouse nunnery, Wiggenhall St Mary Magdalen; a book purporting to give the history of the estate of the Shernborne family from the pre-Conquest period onwards; fos 297-321 transcript of notes by William Worcestre (1415-1482, antiquary).

Sir Henry Spelman; ? 1564-1641; politician, antiquarian, author; Congham and Middleton, Norfolk, and London

Wells next the Sea. 'Description of the demesnes of the manor of Wells …'


Surveyor: James Hunt (1650-1668).
Coloured: No.
Compass: Yes.
North: towards bottom edge of map. Compass rose only just visible at edge of hole.
Scale: 25 percehs to 1in.
Cartouche: Yes.
Fieldnames: No.
Acreages: Yes.
Tenures: Yes.
Structures: No.
Topographical features: Field boundaries, droves, roads with destinations, lings.
Elaborate cartouche in centre with scale line surmounted by dividers below. Fields in a U-shape around cartouche. Remains of compass rose lower left. Western part of parish, bounding Holkham, exact site unclear. Approx. grid ref. TF 910430.

Wells next the Sea Manor; 1189-1925; Wells next the Sea, Norfolk

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