Cyril Wyche, Hockwold, to [Philip Case]: instructions for leases; Robert Hankinson is over £200 in arrears; defaulting tenants 'only abuse any kindness or civility they may receive'; thinks he is being overcharged by Collector Turner and Charles Peast, dyke reeves of Gaywood, for banks; asks if some of his tenant Young's men can be got out of Bridewell, as a favour; needs an agent to inspect his Gaywood concern from time to time and would pay £10 10s a year; thinks he has been cheated over purchase of some horses.
Letters and papers about Philip Case's lease of foldcourses etc. in Gaywood from the dean and chapter of Norwich, dispute about the acreage, quitrents etc., with letters to Case from Dr Horace Hamond and William Utton, with draft replies
Deeds relating to manor of Gaywood, the advowson and a considerable estate in Gaywood and Mintlyn owned by the Thorisby family, mortgaged to Sir Edward Carteret and George Tremaine, 1676, to Rainald Graham, 1679, Henry Frederick Thynne, 1685, etc., and sold to Sir Cyrill Wyche in 1697
Indenture, (1) Henry Pope of King's Lynn, upholsterer, (2) Jermyn Wyche of Hockwold cum Wilton, esq., Anthony Hamond of North Wootton, esq., William Glascock of Barton Mills, esq., John Turner of King's Lynn, esq., Revd Rowland Simpson, rector of Gaywood, John Berney of King's Lynn, gent., Jonas Rolfe of King's Lynn, gent., etc.: appointment of trustees for messuage called the Guild Hall in town of Gaywood with 2 a of land, rents to be used for repair of parish church and highway.