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Swanton Morley, Norfolk Property
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Great Melton Hall, with messuages, farms, and land in Great Melton, Bylaugh, Swanton Morley, Little Melton, Hethersett, Marlingford, Hoe, Worthing, Wramplingham, and Billingford. Copy settlement and disentailing assurance; demise by Revd Henry Lom...

Edward Henry Evans-Lombe; 1861-1952; Bylaugh, Norfolk

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Copy of Attleborough churchwardens' accounts, 1596 (use microfilm MF 974/10)Conveyance by Roger Stoughton to Thomas Lombe of Five Acre Close, and other pieces of land, 8a. 1r., in Brandeston (Suffolk), 1685Leases of estates of Edward Lombe:Le...

Attleborough Ecclesiastical Parish; ?-; Attleborough, Norfolk


Messuage in Swanton Morley and 46a. Mortgaged by John Jex and Mary his wife, daughter of Stephen Monsey, to Thomas Edgar in 1764. Conveyed by Jex to Frederick Barnwell in 1769, and by the latter's son, Revd Frederick Henry Barnwell to Revd Wi...

Messuage and c 72a. in Swanton Morley

Conveyance by trustees under the will of Revd William Collett to the trustees under the will of Sir John Lombe, with map of estate, 1828. With assignment of mortgage terms and copy of Collett's will.

46a. 1r. 31p. in Swanton Morley, in several closes, called Greaves Nine Acre, Greaves First Eight Acres, Greaves Lane, Parkers Acre, Hill Land, Seven Roads, Chapmans Close, and Three Acre Land.

Part of the estate of Samuel Legge, devised by his will to Stephen Legge in 1755, and settled on the latter's marriage to Mary Jay in 1705.3a. 1r. 15p. exchanged with Elizabeth Phill for an enclosure of 5a. 2r. 10p. in 1759.Settled on the mar...


Messuage and 20a. 20p. of copyhold land in Swanton Morley. Robert Tompson admitted on the death of his mother Elizabeth in 1663; surrendered by Tompson to Robert Monsey in 1675; Mary, daughter of Stephen Monsey admitted in 1753. Surrendered by Joh...

Copyhold land, part of the estate of William Mills

Messuage and adjoining 4.5a. in Worthing. Elizabeth Breeze admitted as heir of Richard Barker in 1644. Margaret Mills admitted on surrender of Elizabeth Breese in 1708.Cottage and 0.5a. called Collis Yard in Worthing, and a further 1.5r. in Worthi...

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