Notes by Hamon Le Strange, including transcriptions of deeds, and letters; printed case of Henry Le Strange Styleman on his claim to the title of Baron Camoys, including pedigree of Lewkenor, L'Estrange and Calthorpe families.
Miscellaneous papers and letters, mainly addressed to Hamon Le Strange: topics include Babingley Bridge, Holme Church, with plans, 1883, and Liberal party politics, 1884-1886, with copy letters from Le Strange
Family letters from Mrs Emilia Styleman to her mother, Mrs Preedy, and sisters, about celebrations for her son Henry's coming of age celebrations in 1836, his marriage in 1839, and her journey to Belladrum in Inverness-shire, home of the bride's father, 1839; letters from Hamon L'Estrange to his sister Jamesina from Eton, 1851-1858, including account of pulling the carriage of the Prince and Princess of Wales after their wedding, and an account of the funeral of Edward VII, 1910; miscellaneous papers about family history, Hunstanton Hall; extract from diary of George Mathias, husband of Henrietta Herring, a cousin of the Stylemans, about planting a willow brought as a cutting from Napoleon's grave, 1828.
Transcriptions of deeds, extracts of court rolls, etc., mainly relating to cases L'Estrange vs Robert Stone, 1614, Styleman vs Case, etc., with a few letters, original admissions, bonds, etc., and Hastings deeds
Miscellaneous papers relating to land in Heacham, with a copy account of resolutes payable yearly from Sir Nicholas L'Estrange's estate, early 18th century, and a map of Henry Le Strange Styleman's estate in Snettisham, 19th century.