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Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society: Frere Manuscripts (Topographical Section)
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Transcript of the Brundall section, 1735
Transcript of the Brundall section, 1735
'A Key to Peter, A Tale', referring to a local satire on Peter the Wild Boy and identifying the characters including Robert Britiffe as 'Gripius'
'A Key to Peter, A Tale', referring to a local satire on Peter the Wild Boy and identifying the characters including Robert Britiffe as 'Gripius'
Account of expenditure by parish constables 'for the hundred stoore' (munitions)
Account of expenditure by parish constables 'for the hundred stoore' (munitions)
Inventory of the Hundred store
Inventory of the Hundred store
Muster book of Thomas Knyvett, captain of foot band, listing trained soldiers and those charged to find armour, at Buckenham green
Muster book of Thomas Knyvett, captain of foot band, listing trained soldiers and those charged to find armour, at Buckenham green
Contemporary copy of Final Concord between John, son of Richard de Esshewellethorp, querent, and Richard le Seriauntt of Ashwellthorpe, deforciant, re two messuages, 77a. 1r. of land, 4a. of meadow, 14a. of pasture and 20½ pence rent in Ashwellthorpe, Hapton, Fundenhall, Wreningham and Flordon.
Contemporary copy of Final Concord between John, son of Richard de Esshewellethorp, querent, and Richard le Seriauntt of Ashwellthorpe, deforciant, re two messuages, 77a. 1r. of land, 4a. of meadow, 14a. of pasture and 20½ pence rent in Ashwellthorpe, Hapton, Fundenhall, Wreningham and Flordon.
Contemporary copy of grant by Robert Broun, parson of Shipden, Robert Sparhauk, parson of St Michael Conesford in Norwich, and Roger de Hempstede of Shotford, to John son of Robert de Thorp, knight, and Joan his wife of all lands and tenements, homages, services and free tenements (sic) with villeins and their sequel, knights' fees and advowsons of churches had with John son of Robert de Ingham in Suffolk, except reversion of lands that Ralph de Bokyngge held of them for life and rents arising from them.
Contemporary copy of grant by Robert Broun, parson of Shipden, Robert Sparhauk, parson of St Michael Conesford in Norwich, and Roger de Hempstede of Shotford, to John son of Robert de Thorp, knight, and Joan his wife of all lands and tenements, homages, services and free tenements (sic) with villeins and their sequel, knights' fees and advowsons of churches had with John son of Robert de Ingham in Suffolk, except reversion of lands that Ralph de Bokyngge held of them for life and rents arising from them.
Acknowledgment by Walter Wyautte, receiver of the Earl of Surrey, of £20 in part payment of his charge, from William Herwarde of Ashwellthorpe.
Acknowledgment by Walter Wyautte, receiver of the Earl of Surrey, of £20 in part payment of his charge, from William Herwarde of Ashwellthorpe.
Notes by Sir Thomas Knyvett on his Thorp and Tilney forbears.
Notes by Sir Thomas Knyvett on his Thorp and Tilney forbears.
Schedules of armour with account for its repair and for purchase of pillowslips, table cloths, towels and napkins, 1616 and nd.
Schedules of armour with account for its repair and for purchase of pillowslips, table cloths, towels and napkins, 1616 and nd.
Poor account with rate list
Poor account with rate list
Feoffment by William, son of Richard Bonewell, Thomas Howard, knight, Brion Quarton, Thomas Chawmbyrleyn, gent., and John Joby, sen., to Hugh Mattekyn of a piece of land inclosed called Ryddyng in Carleton Rode near the common, had inter alia with Robert Wyngefeld, knight, deceased, from Richard, son of William Halle.
Feoffment by William, son of Richard Bonewell, Thomas Howard, knight, Brion Quarton, Thomas Chawmbyrleyn, gent., and John Joby, sen., to Hugh Mattekyn of a piece of land inclosed called Ryddyng in Carleton Rode near the common, had inter alia with Robert Wyngefeld, knight, deceased, from Richard, son of William Halle.
Note by John Goodwyn about lands surveyed, referring to James Hobart's book of survey and manors in Hadeston, Bunwell, Carleton Rode and Tibenham, giving numbers of tenants and details of assise rents and court perquisites.
Note by John Goodwyn about lands surveyed, referring to James Hobart's book of survey and manors in Hadeston, Bunwell, Carleton Rode and Tibenham, giving numbers of tenants and details of assise rents and court perquisites.
Return (by Revd James Baldwin) to Francis Blomefield's questionnaire, from Bunwell and Carleton Rode
Return (by Revd James Baldwin) to Francis Blomefield's questionnaire, from Bunwell and Carleton Rode
Carleton Rode
Carleton Rode
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