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Townshend family; 1465-1950; Marquess of Townshend
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Sir Edward Coke, Huntingfield, to Nathaniel Bacon: has talked to his cousin Townshend and will come to Stiffkey to arrange jointure.
Sir Edward Coke, Huntingfield, to Nathaniel Bacon: has talked to his cousin Townshend and will come to Stiffkey to arrange jointure.
Townshend deeds relating to the Raynhams, Helhoughton, and adjacent parishes, Kettlestone, Little Snoring, Warham
Townshend deeds relating to the Raynhams, Helhoughton, and adjacent parishes, Kettlestone, Little Snoring, Warham
Volumes of Townshend Title Deeds
Volumes of Townshend Title Deeds
'Norfolk Coats of Arms', by Benjamin Mackerell, MS with coloured illustrations and indexes, volumes I and II, both with 'Mackerell's Norfolk Armoury' on spine; volume I has book-plate of Marquess Townshend
'Norfolk Coats of Arms', by Benjamin Mackerell, MS with coloured illustrations and indexes, volumes I and II, both with 'Mackerell's Norfolk Armoury' on spine; volume I has book-plate of Marquess Townshend
Articles of agreement concerning defence of the county against invasion, signed by Clement Spelman, John Townshend, Christopher Heydon, Philip Woodhouse and Nathaniel Bacon; with modern transcript
Articles of agreement concerning defence of the county against invasion, signed by Clement Spelman, John Townshend, Christopher Heydon, Philip Woodhouse and Nathaniel Bacon; with modern transcript