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Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society: Frere Manuscripts (Topographical Section)
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Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society: Frere Manuscripts (Topographical Section)
Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society: Frere Manuscripts (Topographical Section)
Original Documents
Original Documents
Blofield Hundred
Blofield Hundred
Parson John Russell's reply to Francis Blomefield's questionnaire, forming a detailed account of the parishes of Great Plumstead and Brundall
Parson John Russell's reply to Francis Blomefield's questionnaire, forming a detailed account of the parishes of Great Plumstead and Brundall
Transcript of the Brundall section, 1735
Transcript of the Brundall section, 1735
'A Key to Peter, A Tale', referring to a local satire on Peter the Wild Boy and identifying the characters including Robert Britiffe as 'Gripius'
'A Key to Peter, A Tale', referring to a local satire on Peter the Wild Boy and identifying the characters including Robert Britiffe as 'Gripius'
Notes for a sermon 'Except the Lord keep the City'
Notes for a sermon 'Except the Lord keep the City'
Grimshoe Hundred
Grimshoe Hundred
Hearth tax assessments for the parishes of Colveston, Cranwich, Croxton, Feltwell, Hockwold and Wilton, Ickburgh, Methwold, Mundford, Northwold, Stanford, Sturston, Weeting and West Tofts, and for Buckehham House and Santon House.
Hearth tax assessments for the parishes of Colveston, Cranwich, Croxton, Feltwell, Hockwold and Wilton, Ickburgh, Methwold, Mundford, Northwold, Stanford, Sturston, Weeting and West Tofts, and for Buckehham House and Santon House.
Examinations before Bassingborne Gawdy and Edmund Moundeford concerning slanderous words spoken by Edmond Turner parson of Colveston and vicar of Didlington that 'The quene hath had two children by the Lo. Robert'.
Examinations before Bassingborne Gawdy and Edmund Moundeford concerning slanderous words spoken by Edmond Turner parson of Colveston and vicar of Didlington that 'The quene hath had two children by the Lo. Robert'.
Order by Bassingborne Gawdy to the constables of Croxton to bring before him John Carver, Peter Crowe and Richard Drewrie to answer allegations made by William Jenkinsonne minister there.
Order by Bassingborne Gawdy to the constables of Croxton to bring before him John Carver, Peter Crowe and Richard Drewrie to answer allegations made by William Jenkinsonne minister there.
Letter from (Colonel) P. Knyvett, Norwich, to Peter Le Neve concerning the proposed sale of the Cranwich estate 'which will make my Father very Easy in this life'.
Letter from (Colonel) P. Knyvett, Norwich, to Peter Le Neve concerning the proposed sale of the Cranwich estate 'which will make my Father very Easy in this life'.
Final Concord between John Ch[?imer], clerk, and William Baxter, querents, and Osbert Moundeford, esq., and Bridget his wife, deforciants, of the manor of Spynvyles and Dontons with four messuages, 600a. of land, 40a. of meadow, 100a. of pasture, 200a. of moor and heath, 100s. rent and liberty of two folds in Feltwell, Hockwold, Wilton and Methwold.
Final Concord between John Ch[?imer], clerk, and William Baxter, querents, and Osbert Moundeford, esq., and Bridget his wife, deforciants, of the manor of Spynvyles and Dontons with four messuages, 600a. of land, 40a. of meadow, 100a. of pasture, 200a. of moor and heath, 100s. rent and liberty of two folds in Feltwell, Hockwold, Wilton and Methwold.
17th century copy of lease for 99 years by Sir John Holland, clerk, chaplain to the 'Right high and mightie Prince' Thomas, Duke of Norfolk, and parson of Feltwell St Mary, to George Holland, gent., of the rectory and parsonage of Feltwell St Mary with tithes, glebe lands, fishings, sheepgates, fens, meadows etc. in consideration of his edifying, building and repairing the rectory house 'muche to the bewtefienge and amendment of the same being now as well in great ruyne and decay as destitute of sundrie houses of office requisite for the same'.
17th century copy of lease for 99 years by Sir John Holland, clerk, chaplain to the 'Right high and mightie Prince' Thomas, Duke of Norfolk, and parson of Feltwell St Mary, to George Holland, gent., of the rectory and parsonage of Feltwell St Mary with tithes, glebe lands, fishings, sheepgates, fens, meadows etc. in consideration of his edifying, building and repairing the rectory house 'muche to the bewtefienge and amendment of the same being now as well in great ruyne and decay as destitute of sundrie houses of office requisite for the same'.
Final Concord with counterpart between Thomas Knyvett, knight, querent, and Edmund Moundeford, esq., deforciant, of the manors of Spynvills, Duntons and Wenlinge Abbottes with six messuages, three folds etc. in Feltwell, Hockwold, Wilton, Methwold and Northwold.
Final Concord with counterpart between Thomas Knyvett, knight, querent, and Edmund Moundeford, esq., deforciant, of the manors of Spynvills, Duntons and Wenlinge Abbottes with six messuages, three folds etc. in Feltwell, Hockwold, Wilton, Methwold and Northwold.
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