Letters to Philip Case mainly from Joseph Smithson, London, and Dr Thomas Brooke at Bath, Dublin, and London, and their wives, with receipts, letters of attorney, etc., about interest received, the farms at Fring and Sedgeford, and a law suit between Dent and Cremer.
Ketton-Cremer family; 13th century-20th century; Felbrigg, Norfolk
Elizabeth Walker, Aylsham, to Philip Case, receipts for interest and for loan of £200 needed for her house, 1766; receipt for £20 paid to E. Piggon for £20 for half a year's interest due on Mr Jackson's estate, 11 Jan 1772, and receipt by Edward Piggon and wife Eliza Piggon, late Walker, to Case for £1,200 received as result of a suit in chancery, 2 Oct 1773.
This is probably the Eliza Walker who was mistress to the 3rd viscount Townshend who bought her property at Aylsham.
Philip Case; 1712-1792; alderman, attorney, controller of customs; King's Lynn and Great Fransham, Norfolk
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