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Memorandum of surrender out of court, concerning land of John and Alice Athil...

Memorandum of surrender out of court, concerning land of John and Alice Athill in manor of Emneth

Correspondence between Philip Case, Lord Townshend and John Heaton about Case...

Correspondence between Philip Case, Lord Townshend and John Heaton about Case's loss of the stewardship of the Townshend manors, his handing over of the court books, and his attempt to get a receipt.

Letters between Philip Case, E. Jewell, Holt, and Lord Townshend, about Phili...

Letters between Philip Case, E. Jewell, Holt, and Lord Townshend, about Philip Case's offer to Townshend of Mr Burslem's house at Rudham, and his efforts to get a receipt for the court books he handed over in 1768, but which was not forthcoming until 1784.

Schedules of the court books of Lord Townshend's manors

Schedules of the court books of Lord Townshend's manors

Receipt by James Barnham for 31s from Philip Case for re-admittance of John T...

Receipt by James Barnham for 31s from Philip Case for re-admittance of John Turner to lands held of manor of Little Dunham

Receipt by John Osborn for £26 for fines received by Case at last Wells court...

Receipt by John Osborn for £26 for fines received by Case at last Wells court for Sir John Turner.

Account of fines taken at court baron of Wells late the Duke's now Turne...

Account of fines taken at court baron of Wells late the Duke's now Turner's, with 2 letters from Sir John Turner, Pall Mall, to Philip Case, asking for a bill.

Philip Case, Lynn, to Sir John Turner: as he cannot think it right to join in...

Philip Case, Lynn, to Sir John Turner: as he cannot think it right to join in support of his election, resigns stewardship of his manors; with reply by Turner, 22 Sep 1767

Thomas Pocklington, Chelmsford, to Philip Case: the surrenders from Harber an...

Thomas Pocklington, Chelmsford, to Philip Case: the surrenders from Harber and wife and Mrs Holderness to Mr Powell are taken; asks when next court is to be held.

Henry Cornish Henley, Sandringham, to Philip Case: order for West Newton cour...

Henry Cornish Henley, Sandringham, to Philip Case: order for West Newton court books and rental of quit rents, and Scarlet Browne's receipt for them from Case.

Philip Case, Lynn, to [unnamed]: has received court books and papers from Mr ...

Philip Case, Lynn, to [unnamed]: has received court books and papers from Mr Browne and finds that fees are due from Mr Churchman. [draft ]

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Manor of Stradsett, court rolls, minutes of courts, with gaps, including admi...

Manor of Stradsett, court rolls, minutes of courts, with gaps, including admissions, surrenders, lists of tenants, etc. [Case was lord of the manor]

Stradsett manor roll, with note about its purchase by H.L. Bradfer-Lawrence i...

Stradsett manor roll, with note about its purchase by H.L. Bradfer-Lawrence in 1938

Rentals of the manor of Stradsett, with gaps

Rentals of the manor of Stradsett, with gaps
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