William Scottowe to Martin Man: has been charged with finding a light horse; his late father's lands were mostly copyhold and were divided after his death; Wood Dalling house and lands, his own inheritance by entail, was left to one of his sons, and is encumbered.
Legal papers relating to the Davy family of Ingoldisthorpe: the claim by half-sisters of John Davy who died in 1768 to chimney pieces and wainscotting in new house begun by Davy in 1745; the claim of Edward Davy to be heir at law because offices of the new house had been built on a piece of his land; admission of William Davy to his grandfather's copyhold land in Lexham, also claimed by Edward Davy.
Letter from Philip Case to John Noyes about case of Lee vs Preston about a farm in Grimston, 1769, abuttals of land purchased of Edward Holman, plot of various lands, copy of admission of Francis Willis, butcher, before Philip Case, steward, 1781
Conveyance, George Bell of Pentney, butcher, only child of Susan Bell late wife of George Bell, formerly Susan Younge and devisee in fee of Andrew Cott, to Philip Case: copyhold messuage and land called Stewards
Deeds of title relating to copyhold property in Gaywood sold by Robert Simpson of Caius College to Philip Case in 1746; the property passed from Robert Ellitt to Humphrey Clarke, 1624, from Clarke to Lane to Richard Clampe, 1676, heirs of Clampe to John Berney, 1703, Berney to Gregory Hinde, 1721, Hide to Rowland Simpson, 1732.
Documents of title relating to estate, part copyhold, sold by Elizabeth and John Hubbard to Philip Case in 1738, including deeds of Rolfe, Bircham, Bladwell, Bedingfield, Bush, Taylor, and Bunting families
Papers and accounts of Richard Salter, fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge, relating to his Watton estates, including letters to John Muston, attorney in Watton, payments by Thomas Jarvis and account of his goods seized for rent, copy of Salter's will, admissions of Samuel Booley, 1705, and James Muston, 1707, plan of Mayes Closes, etc.