Sub-sub-series - Manor of Snettisham on the part of Dame Cecily's, Rustens and Hackens

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Manor of Snettisham on the part of Dame Cecily's, Rustens and Hackens

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  • 1767-1922 (Creation)

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7 pieces

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(1189-1925)

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The early descent is shown in NRO, PTR 2/13. Andrew de Shernbone succeeded his father of the same name, marrying firstly Emma, secondly Christiana: he died in 1282. By his first wife, he had Alice, his heir: she married firstly James Barnard, secondly Richard de Gerveston: Alice died in 1309. After Andrew's death Christiana married Edmund de Gelham, and the manor descended through this family.
By the 17th century, the manor was known as Dame Cecily's [source: Blomefield]. The lord in 1669 was Martin Cobbe, and in 1682 Edmund Cobbe, infant, Thomas Wood, guardian [NRO, LEST/CA 5]
In 1704, Robert Cremer holds his first court. He is lord of four Snettisham manors: Lancaster, Rusteyns, Hacons and Dame Cecily's. From 1704, these always appear on the same rolls and the last three come to be regarded as 'members' of Snettisham Lancaster.

Name of creator

(1189-1925)

Administrative history

In 1704, Robert Cremer holds his first court. He is lord of four Snettisham manors: Lancaster, Rusteyns, Hacons and Dame Cecily's. From 1704, these always appear on the same rolls and the last three come to be regarded as 'members' of Snettisham [Lancaster].

Name of creator

(1189-1925)

Administrative history

In 1704, Robert Cremer holds his first court. He is lord of four Snettisham manors: Lancaster, Rusteyns, Hacons and Dame Cecily's. From 1704, these always appear on the same rolls and the last three come to be regarded as 'members' of Snettisham Lancaster.

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Court books and minute books.

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44d39932-3899-4be7-bb80-70363331b8d8

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Created 07/08/2002 by Droip. Modified 13/04/2017 by Droip.

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