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Collection of redemption annuities

Includes copy of the agreement between Francis Hornor & Son and the Governors of Queen Anne's Bounty to collect corn rents in lieu of tithes, and a later letter to Bassett from the Tithe Redemption Commission concerning arrears on the collection and moves to transfer some districts to headquarters to reduce the workload on the Hornor staff.

Bassett Fardell Hornor; 1964; D.S.O, O.B.E, land agent, valuer; Mesopotamia

Correspondence and accounts between Hornor and Abraham Coates

Manager/bailiff of the Irish estates.Account credits, rent charges, problems getting rent from tenants 'farmers have nothing to complain of, Butter is extravagantly high', lease of Baltacken Raheendorres and Tonlemoney County Westmeath from Nathanial W.J. B Micklethwait to Coates, 1856 and valuers report on Baltacken farm, 1850, accounts 1852-55.

Assorted vouchers

Bills and receipts for various estate expenses of Revd. JN Micklethwait. including corn bills and expenses for Hall stables and game, subscriptions, rates, tithes, taxes and quit rents, Taverham church repairs, building works at Taverham and Attlebridge, general repairs, vouchers for general payments (stationery, weeding etc.), milk order book and carting/horsework book.


Estimates for new builds and repairs, some with plans, and improvements to properties on the Micklethwait estates, including cornicing at Taverham Hall and estimates for burning bricks at Metfield.

Norfolk and Suffolk estates: Major J.D.Mills

Bills and tax demands/receipts, tithes, manor account, payments to the Lands Improvement Company, repairs, poor rates, insurance premiums, receipts for charitable donations, quit rents, sundry other payments for estate expenses and vouchers for the tenants accounts with a few vouchers for land and property taxes. Bundle stamped by H.M. Inspector of Taxes, Great Yarmouth, 15 Dec 1925.

Deposition of William Barwicke in not given cause against ? Francis Myne/Mine

Abstract: Richard Arnold v Francis Myne/Mine. Godfrey Allen is is procurator for Richard Arnold and that Allen. Allen owes the witness (Edward Kinge) £4 for a house in Castleacre that he occupied for a year. Allen cannot pay as he is 'poor and needy'. Allen went away leaving his child, Thomas Allen. The child was born in Sporle a year and a half since and was taken there and maintained by the township of Sporle with no allowance from Allen or his wife. The witness has heard that Allen is in London. The point appears to be to prove that Allen has disappeared and so cannot act as procurator in the case. William Barwicke has lived in Sporle for 46 years and is 46 years of age. Court session dated 30 March 1614/1615.

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