Letters of attorney from Robert Feltwell, son and heir of Richard Feltwell, late of Denton, deceased, to Henry Claidon and Robert Philip to take possession of Robert's late father's lands and tenements in Denton
Grant from John de Gyssinges, chaplain in [Cockley] Cley to William de Langford of Cley, chaplain, of all John's messuage in Cley, bounded to the west by the common way and to the north by the highway through the village
Title of Robert Partridge of the Middle Temple, London, to the Manor of Buckenham Parva and lands [as described in PTR 1/93] and also to the Manor of West Tofts alias Barrowes, the Manor of Casten Hall in West Tofts with a capital messuage called Casten Hall Farm, the Manor of Piggotts alias Biggotts in West Tofts, advowson and right to patronage to the rectory of West Tofts, three sheepwalks belonging to the manors of Buckenham Parva, Casten Hall and Piggots, a farm in Ickburgh and 13 tenements, including those called Rolves, Shirks, Skirmers, Bilneys, Webbs and a messuage called Burnt House in West Tofts, Ickburgh and Stanford and lands in Buckenham Parva, West Tofts, Ickburgh, Stanford, Langford, Lynford, Hilborough and Mundford
Counterpart covenant for peaceable enjoyment from Sir John Hare to Sir Giles Alington of Earnes or Earles Mill in Buckenham Parva (reciting that Phillip Knevett had owned the mill in 1611 and that the passage of the property from Knevett to the Earl of Warwick,from whom it was purchased by Sir John Hare and others, was unknown).
Bargain and sale (counterpart) from Sir Thomas Coventry, Lord Keeper of the Great Seal, Sir Thomas Fanshawe and Sir John Hare to Sir Giles Alington of the capital messuage and Manor of Buckenham Parva with the parcel of heath on north side of the river there and lands and tenement in Buckenham, Stanford, [West] Tofts, Lynford, Mundford, Ickburgh and Langford; and also of a watermill called Earnes or Earles Mill in Buckenham Parva, sometime parcel of the Manor of Hilborough, the advowson of the church of Buckenham Parva, swan mark and swan walk held by the owner of the Manor [of Buckenham Parva]