- 1199-20th century (Creation)
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This catalogue is arranged in three sections: the Main Deposit, based on Henry Harrod's 'Repertory of the Muniments in the Evidence House at Hunstanton 1869'; Supplementary Lists of material received with the Main Deposit but not in Harrod; and Additional Deposits received after the Main Deposit. More details regarding arrangement are included in the relevant sections.
Numbers not used- LEST/AC 14, LEST/AE 20, LEST/R 6, LEST/AP 2, LEST 7/12/1973 16
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H.L. Styleman, 'L'Estrange papers from the Hunstanton Muniment room', Norfolk Archaeology, 5, 1859, 122-145.
H. Le Strange ed., 'Roll of household accounts of Sir Hamon Le Strange of Hunstanton, 1347-1348', Archaeologia, 69, 1917/18, 111-120.
Cord Oestmann, 'Lordship and Community: the Lestrange Family and the Village of Hunstanton, Norfolk, in the First half of the Sixteenth Century' (The Boydell Press, Woodbridge, Centre of East Anglian Studies, 1994).
Jane Whittle and Elizabeth Griffiths, 'Consumption and Gender in the Early Seventeenth-Century Household: The World of Alice Le Strange' (2012).
Elizabeth Griffiths, ‘A Country Life: Sir Hamon Le Strange of Hunstanton in Norfolk, 1583-1654’, in R. W. Hoyle, Custom, Improvement and the Landscape in Early Modern Britain (2011).
Elizabeth Griffiths, ‘Improving Landlords or Villains of the Piece? A Case Study of Early Seventeenth Century Norfolk’ in J. C. Whittle, Landlords and Tenants in Britain, 1440-1660 (2013).
Elizabeth Griffiths, 'Draining the coastal marshes of north-west Norfolk: the contribution of the Le Stranges at Hunstanton, 1605 to 1724', Agricultural History Review (2015) 63.2.