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Evans-Lombe Collection Lyng, Norfolk
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Miscellaneous papers

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


Farmhouse and adjoining Home Close, 8a. 3r. 32p., abutting on Collin Green Road from Lyng to the south; Plantation Close and Plantation, 6a. 22p., 1r. 22p. abutting north on the public highway from Lyng to Norwich; Lower Four Acres, 3a. 2r. 32p., ...


Cottage and garden, 1a.; four enclosures of 20a. called Furze Hill, West Hill, Little Well Hill and Great Well Hill; Wymers Pightle, 1a. 25p.Messuage abutting on highway, south, two pieces of meadow, 5a., and four pieces of land lying together, 15...

Copyhold land, part of the Lyng estate

16.5a. of land in several pieces; messuage in Lyng market, abutting on highway to the south, and Austens Hill to the east. John Bunn admitted in 1750 on the surrender of Frances Monk. Surrendered by William Bunn and his wife Elizabeth to Revd Char...

Steward's papers

Including admissions under the Sparham and Billingford Inclosure Act, nd [? 1810] watermarked 1808, and the Bawdseswell and Lyng Inclosure Act, 1810; various acts of court and extracts from the court books.

Town Orchard, 2r. 28p.; Willow Meadow and Town Meadow, 4a. 1r. 31p.; Town Seven Acres, 6a. 3r. 5p.; Town Four Acres, 4a. 3r. 5p.; Great Dales, 9a. 3r. 6p.; 6a. 4p. of copyhold land, held of the manor of Lyng.

Part of an estate conveyed by Frances Monke and William Chaplin to John Bunn in 1750, mortgaged by Bunn to John Bennett in 1750 and devised by him to his son John in 1764. Mortgaged by John Bunn to Revd William Green in 1766. Conveyed by William B...

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