Feoffment by Sir Thomas Wodehous to Edmund Wode, chaplain, of his manor in the village of Westoftys which he held conjointly with Sir Roger Townshend and others by deed (11 Aug 1490) of feoffment of John Wake and others.
Endorsed: seisin given in presence of John Olyner, Henry Rolffe, William Rak, William Arne, John Sharman, William Purdy, William Mannyng, Thomas Walman, Thomas Clerk, Richard Mannyng, John Clerk, John Potter.
Admission of Simon Dymont at court of Guist Southall of Henry Townshend, esq., to tenements in Guist and Stibbard as legatee of Richard Browne. Endorsed: William Wickes his admission of to lands in Guist 1550.
Statement by Roger Townshend of Raynham that he has granted his brother in law, Michael Stanhope, 'one of hir Ma[ies]ties privie chamber', an annuity or yearly rent of twenty pounds from the grantor's manor of South Raynham Scales in Norfolk, for life.
Lease by Henry Townshende of Bracon Ash, esq., to John Josse of Byntre, yeoman, for the term of his life: property in Byntre Felsham and Twyford, with field names. Endorsed 'Catton' in a modern hand and used as wrapper for the following unconnected letters:
4 letters from Henry Gawler, Tooke's Court, to Augustine Holl, attorney, Twyford, about destitute, widow of Christopher Smith and claims of his sisters, 1756 (2-5)
8 letters to Robert Catton of Wereham mainly from his brother Richard Catton of Fakenham, attorney, about financial affairs of Mr Savory on whose estate Robert holds a mortgage, 1803-1808 (6-13)