Correspondence of Lord Walpole [of Wolterton, later 2nd earl of Orford] and Philip Case about proposed marriage of Mary Williams and Sir Martin Folkes, and the inadequacy of the settlements he means to make upon her.
Letter from Mary Williams, Sunning Hill, to Philip Case about Thomas Wood of Littleton's attachment to her, and details of proposed settlement; Sir Edward approves, but says it comes too soon after Sir Martin's match; with letter from William Webley with similar details.
Bond, Henry Partridge of King's Lynn to Philip Case for £1300: Case to sell part of property in Clenchwarton, Terrington St John and Terrington St Clements, settled on Partridge's wife, Alice Tayler, by indenture of 10 Jan 1750[/1], to her mother and stepfather, Walter and Alice Robertson, 3 Oct 1766, with other papers relating to his marriage settlement
Rentals of Sir Edward Astley's estate in East Basham, particulars of the Gressenhall division, outlines of marriage settlement between Jacob Astley and Hester Browne, and for the exchange of the Lynn house for that of Mr Chad at Thursford.
Marriage settlement, 1) George Weatherby of King's Lynn, brazier, 2) Mary Symonds of same, widow, 3) Philip Case of King's Lynn and Samuel Harvey of Norwich; with detailed schedule of deeds, furniture, plate, jewellery, china, glass, pictures and kitchen utensils