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New Foundation

Post-Reformation financial records survive in several forms. Receiver's accounts in roll form exist, 1538-1677, the earliest being accounts of individual Prebendaries rather than overall accounts. Receiver's accounts for 1538, 1622 and 1630 are bound into DCN 29/3. Treasurer's rolls survive from 1622. There are working accounts for the Receiver and Treasurer for 1619-1646 and 1661-1679 and formal Audit Books from 1660 onwards. Audit accounts survive for two years before 1660: those for 1538 are bound in the first volume of working accounts [DCN 10/2/1] and those for 1638 in the first Audit Book [DCN 11/1]. Supporting audit papers survive in small numbers from the mid-sixteenth century and for most years between 1613-1632 and from 1685 onward: they are arranged in yearly bundles. There are several series of subsidiary accounts.
Listed as follows:
DCN 10 Receiver's and Treasurer's Rolls
DCN 11 Audit Books
DCN 12 Audit Papers
DCN 13 Rent Books
DCN 14 Fines Accounts
DCN 15 Annual Account Summaries
DCN 16 Draft Accounts
DCN 17 Day Books
DCN 18 Dean's and Prebendaries' Accounts
DCN 19 Capitular Estate Accounts
DCN 20 Pensions and Portions Accounts
DCN 21 Bank Books
DCN 22 Other Volumes of Accounts
DCN 23 Miscellaneous Financial Records

Manor of Tacolneston

Court rolls and books, minute books, surveys, rentals, terriers and other records.

Tacolneston Manor; 1189-1925; Tacolneston, Norfolk

Sir John Peter Boileau

Letters, diaries and papers.

Sir John Peter Boileau; 1794-1869; 1st Baronet, antiquary, Sheriff of Norfolk

Miscellaneous Title Deeds and Papers: part 2

This section contains groups of deeds, wills, and some miscellaneous papers arranged by H.L. Bradfer-Lawrence in series, and numbered by him. Gaps in the numbering indicate where he abstracted deeds for other series. Some have been renumbered in BL/CS and BL/DX. What survives in these groups is highly miscellaneous and the arrangement is random. Fuller details of many of these deeds are to be found in Bradfer-Lawrence's own typescript catalogues, see BL/LW 3/1B-4. These catalogues also contain some information about provenance.

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