16th century copy of lease for 15 years by Sir Ralph Warren, knight, alderman of London, to Nicholas Rookwood, gent., chief prothonotary of the Court of Common Pleas, of the manor of Brettenham, two sheep pastures or sheep courses, the watermill called Shadwell mill, and carrs and pightles in Brettenham and Shadwell
16th century copy of lease for 89 years by Jane Knyvett widow daughter of John Bourcher, Lord Berners, patroness of the church of Wreningham, and James Calver, clerk, parson of same, of ½a.in furlong called Netherincottes and 26a. 1r. in twenty pieces in Wreningham, including in Parkefeild and on yard called Neylond churchyard, part of Wreningham rectory glebe
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'.
'A ruff draught of the Title of Rising etc. and of the deeds relating to the same which are in Godolphins hand' (as mortgagee), 1661-1662, enclosed in further draft listing deeds, 1668-1676, of the Earl of Norfolk's Rising estate.
'A true narration of the proceedure and state of things….with relation to Mr Gilb. Garrod & Wm Stewart' concerning a bond entered into by George Stewart for debts of his deceased brother William, father of the above William Stewart.