File BL/CS 1/2/1-28 - Legal papers relating to the Davy family of Ingoldisthorpe: the claim by half-sisters of John Davy who died in 1768 to chimney pieces and wainscotting in new house begun by Davy in 1745; the claim of Edward Davy to be heir at law because offices of the new house had been built on a piece of his land; admission of William Davy to his grandfather's copyhold land in Lexham, also claimed by Edward Davy.

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BL/CS 1/2/1-28

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Legal papers relating to the Davy family of Ingoldisthorpe: the claim by half-sisters of John Davy who died in 1768 to chimney pieces and wainscotting in new house begun by Davy in 1745; the claim of Edward Davy to be heir at law because offices of the new house had been built on a piece of his land; admission of William Davy to his grandfather's copyhold land in Lexham, also claimed by Edward Davy.

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  • [1732]-1770 (Creation)

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28 papers, 2 envelopes

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Including copy will of John Davy of Ingoldisthorpe in Norfolk, gent., 6 October 1732, letters from Philip Case, J. Wright, Capel Bringloe, and Jane Davy, counsels' opinion, depositions of workmen etc., rental of West Lexham for one year, nd.

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08393a75-242d-4797-8ed1-b82e65b53d86

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Created 10/03/2009 by Droip. Modified 25/07/2019 by Catherine.Collins.

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