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Large bundle of leases for property belonging to Nathaniel Micklethwait. Some appear to be drafts, while others are counterpart leases, signed and sealed by the landlord, his tenant and their witnesses.

Leases

Large bundle of leases for property belonging to Nathaniel Micklethwait. Some appear to be drafts, while others are counterpart leases, signed and sealed by the landlord, his tenant and their witnesses.

Hire agreements

Hire agreements [copies?] for farms and cottages belonging to Nathaniel Micklethwait and Revd. John N. Micklethwait in Hickling, Beeston St Andrew, Attlebridge, Ilketshall St Andrew, Barsham and Metfield (Suffolk). Signed by Charles Hornor or Robert Pratt, the prospective tenant and witness. The bundle is bound in two notices for the stopping up of footpaths under the Dickleburgh Inclosure, 1854.

Ferry rights: deeds and papers

Early title deeds to ferry rights, 1286-1379, counterpart leases by the Mayor and burgesses, 1615-1721, deeds relating to ferry rights leased for 99 years following the bankruptcy in 1731 of the previous lessee, John Turner, 1733-42, leases by the Mayor and burgesses, 1834-1924, and related estate and suit papers, 1615-1934.

Title of Edmund Buscall to an allotment (5a 31p) late part of the High Common in Ashill, bounded by the parish of Holme Hale to the north and by the Watton road to the east (of which 1a 1r was copyhold of the Manor of Uphall, Collards and Games, Ashill)

The copyhold part was devised by Mary Fellows' will of 1762 to husband, Francis, and then to Thomas Scott. This, and the freehold part, then passed Holly/Bull/Wright and was sold to Edmund Buscall in 1798.

Documents include court roll copy of admission (Manor of Panworth Hall, Ashill) of Richard Berney to 13.5a land in several pieces in the fields of Ashill, 1720, and abstract of title (1731-1798) of Edmund Buscall to allotment of land in Ashill, nd [watermarked 1795].

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