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Letters to John Harbord (d. 1710, purchaser of Gunton) from his father Sir Charles Harbord (1595-1679), initially to John at Gringley, Nottinghamshire, but mostly at Stanninghall

Much estate business especially relating to Gringley (including purchase of tuition from Stanard? Frost by Sir Charles) and Crimplestone estates and purchase of letter from the Denham family, family news and finances, building family vault at Fret...

Sir Charles Harbord; 1596-1679; surveyor general, politician; Stanninghall, Norfolk

Correspondence of Robert Britiffe on the sale of Sir Francis Dashwood's fee farm rents in Norfolk, including from the manors of Gimingham, Wighton and Besston (St Lawrence).

Includes letters from Dashwood, Arthur Branthwayt, Edward Stracey, Joseph Weld, Jacob Preston, Sir Edward Northey and Elizabeth Mingay of Ditchingham; also draft replies and draft conveyance from Dashwood to Harbord Harbord and John Marcon of fee ...

Deeds to small properties at Aldbrough, in several manors, most of which passed into the possession of the Blofield family; a few include property at Bassingham and Sustead.

Including:Quitclaim by John Capron and James Grenewey to John Basyngham jun., James Gresham, John Gresham his son, and John Myller, 20 Sep 1476Feoffment by John Myller, John Wippe clerk and Richard Hokyr to John Capron, Richard Capron, and William...

Further Kempe deeds and papers relating to Antingham, including the marriage settlement of William Kempe and Elizabeth Shardelowe, detailing property in Antingham St Mary, Antingham St Margaret, Suffield, Felmingham, North Walsham, etc., 1715, Act for sale of William Kemp’s estate, and agreement for sale by William Kemp to Sir William Harbord, 1751, with related papers.

Including lease by the Bishop of Norwich and Sir Robert Kempe to Charles and Robert Blois of the manor of Antingham with tithes, advowsons, etc., and the water and dam called Swafield, 1701 [UFP]

Sir Robert Kempe; 1627-1710; 2nd Baronet

Deeds to property of Gellett/Jillett/Gyllett family in Bradfield, Swafield and Trunch, with conveyances to related Brigge family.

Including feoffment,from Thomas Gresham and Robert Berton, chaplains, to Thomas Bevys and his wife Margaret, Richard Bevys, and Edward Joye, 1530Probate copy of will of William Gillett, gent., of Bradfield, proved 1580. Seals.

William Jillett; fl 1577; Bradfield, Norfolk

Deeds relating to copyhold property in Bradfield of the Berry, Bullyn, and Riddell families, in the manors of Antingham Chamberlains, Gimingham Lancaster, and Roughton, with final concord, Bullyn v. Brigge, relating to property in Bradfield, Trunch and Southrepps, 1718

Including attested copies of wills of Thomas Riddel of Bradfield, 1723, and Thomas Riddell of Bradfield, 1760, in wrapper with notes on exchange of lands belonging to Lord Suffield and William Howes in Thorpe Market, Antingham and Bradfield, 1791

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