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Church of St Peter, Colchester (2004)
Saling House (2013) [report and room survey]

Octavia Hill Birthplace Museum, Wisbech (1994)
City of Ely - List of buildings of special architectural or historic interest (1998)
City of Ely - List of buildings of special architectural or historic interest recommended additions or split items (1998)
City of Ely - List of buildings of special architectural or historic interest change of addresses (1998)
The Woodyard complex, Wimpole Hall Estate (2006)
Hurdle Hall Barn, Reach Lode (2008)

Stapleford Place farmhouse (2004)
Former Friary Building, Rudolph Steiner School, King's Langley (2003)

Elton Hall (2002)
The Barracks Building, Brookside (2007)
St Bartholomew Apostle and Martyr, Yaxley (2006)

The Manor House, Aston le Wells (1999)

42 Broad Street, New Alresford (1993)

16-18 Lowfield Street, Dartford (2007)
Montague Burton Ltd, branch no. 525, Sittingbourne (2007)
Wanden Farmhouse Egerton (1993)

Fagin's Kitchen, 82 Hampstead High Street (nd)
Laurence Poutney Churchyard retaining walls, EC4 (1997)
Romford Union Workhouse (2001)

Elm House, Sonning (1994)

Manor Farmhouse, Northmoor (1993)

Old Market House, Greet (1997)
Marlwood Grange, Thornbury (1997)

The Old Manse and Old Manse cottage, Dirleton, East Lothian (1997)
The Old Manse, Dirleton, East Lothian (1997)

Birdingbury Hall (1997)

Muswell Hill Manor House, Brill (1993)
Turweston House (2000)

Church of All Saints, Segenhoe, Ridgmont (2008)
Someries Castle, Hyde, Luton (2007)

Langstone Farmhouse, Manaton (1999)

Notebook of Robert and Lizzy Dennis

Comprising list of churches visited; exhibits in South Kensington museum; International Exhibition, diary of visit to Dorset, Devon and Cornwall with natural history notes, notes on churches in various counties etc.

Various deeds and papers

Exemplification of Recovery Between George Bradbery and Robert Boweman, and Thomas Bawede, knight, re the manor of Bawedys and lands (described) in 'Suthwold', Doddinghurst and Shenfield, Essex, 1504
Grant from Henry Hengeston and wife Margaret to Philip ?Star of all their property in 'Wheyldon' in parish of North Huish, Devon, 1545
Conveyance from Thomas Callowe to William Gooderton and John Stevyns of all his property in Bishampton, Worcs., to use of Callowe and wife Alice for life then to his sons Richard and John in remainder, 1554
Conveyance from Edmund Turvile, esq., to John Bennett of the wardship of Edward son of Edward Martin, deceased, son of Richard Martin, deceased, Edward Martin the father having held of said Edmund by knight service a messuage and 1.5 yardlands in Thurlaston, Leics., 1605
Copy of Court Roll of the manor of Segraves in Penn, Bucks., recording the admission of William son of William Montague to cottage, meadow and close of land, 1608
Proposals for law reform by the courts themselves and by the use of prerogative power, [17th century]

Deeds and supporting papers re Advowson of East Anstey, Devon

Conveyed by Charles Carpenter to Revd George Poole Norris 2 Jan 1819; by Norris to James Bush 29 Sep 1829; by Bush to Revd Arthur Forbes Lloyd 28 August 1829; by Lloyd to John Sympson Jessopp 29 Jan 1846; by Jessopp to Revd John Jessopp 31 Dec 1849; by J. Jessopp to Revd Augustus Jessopp 12 Apr 1853; by A. Jessopp to the Prince of Wales 30 Dec 1899. With copy of part of East Anstey tithe map (showing glebe only); with London Gazette 10 Aug 1900 containing notice of exchange of advowsons between Dean and Chapter of Norwich and Prince of Wales, the Dean and Chapter giving Fring with Shernbourne and receiving Anstey

Augustus Jessopp; 1823-1914; historian; Scarning, Norfolk

Pencil drawings of the Isle of Wight and North Devon

Most of the drawings are captioned and most likely drawn while George Clayton Eaton was travelling around the Isle of Wight in 1850, and North Devon in 1851. Includes, rocks at St Boniface, Isle of Wight [no. 1]; The Crab Inn, Shanklin, Isle of Wight [no. 2]; 'The Foreland', North Devon [no. 3]; ruined cottages near Lynton, North Devon, 12 July 1851 [no. 4]; Watersmeet, North Devon [no. 5]; Brading parish church, Isle of Wight [no. 6]; St Lawrence church, Isle of Wight [no. 7]; Shanklin church, Isle of Wight [no. 8]; 'The Devil's Cheesewring', Valley of Rocks, North Devon [no. 9]; 'Mouth of the Lyn', North Devon [no. 10]; ruin of a chapel at St Lawrence, Isle of Wight [no. 11]; lime kiln at Hele, North Devon, [no. 12]; Bonchurch, Isle of Wight [no. 13]; Carisbrooke Castle, Isle of Wight [no.14]; 'effect of fog bank', Isle of Wight [no. 15]; cottage at Barbrick, West Lyn, North Devon [no. 16]; the keep of Carisbrooke Castle, Isle of Wight [no. 17]; Culver Cliff, Isle of Wight [no. 18]; waterfall at St Boniface, Isle of Wight [no. 19]; ruin of stone lighthouse at St Catherine's Down, Isle of Wight, inscribed as 'ruin of a chapel' [no. 20]; St Lawrence Well, Isle of Wight [no. 21]; cave at Luccombe, Isle of Wight [no. 22]; The Needles, Isle of Wight, [no. 23]; and 'Rocks and Oak', East Lyn, North Devon, [no. 24].

Advertisements for excursions

Contains papers relating to Lynton, Lynmouth and Minehead coaches, 1916; and steamboat cruises from Leith, Scotland, undated [1916].

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