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Elevation of intended new front to Quebec House, Dereham, the estate of Henry Lee Warner Bagge. Coloured, nd; ground plan of same (of W.W. Lee Warner) naming rooms and showing drains, with proposed addition and elevation sketched in. Coloured, nd;...

Augustus Jessopp; 1823-1914; historian; Scarning, Norfolk

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Acknowledgement by Richard Bridges of Boston, Lincs., of receipt from Thomas Say, gent., of Tilney of a bond relinquished by Helen Say at age of 18, 1634; undertaking by Ralph Box, citizen and grocer of London, to pay Thomas Say, gent., of King�...

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Great Melton Hall, with messuages, farms, and land in Great Melton, Bylaugh, Swanton Morley, Little Melton, Hethersett, Marlingford, Hoe, Worthing, Wramplingham, and Billingford. Copy settlement and disentailing assurance; demise by Revd Henry Lom...

Edward Henry Evans-Lombe; 1861-1952; Bylaugh, Norfolk

Messuage and c 72a. in Swanton Morley

Conveyance by trustees under the will of Revd William Collett to the trustees under the will of Sir John Lombe, with map of estate, 1828. With assignment of mortgage terms and copy of Collett's will.

Piece of land 50 yards by 22 yards with a double cottage.

Conveyed by John Darby to John Nave in 1820 (includes plan), and by Nave to Revd James Stoughton and John Mitchell, trustees under the will of Sir John Lombe in 1835. With purchase agreement and abstract of title, and tenancy agreement, 1835

James Stoughton; fl 1826

Marlingford Hall Estate

Consiting of:(1) Manor of Marlingford, Marlingford Hall; messuage and water mill, 2r. 6p., two cottages and garden in Great Melton, 1r.; Hall Farm, 214a. 1r. 34p. Conveyed by Rt. Hon. Jeffery, Viscount Ashbrook, and others to Benjamin Edgington Fl...

Edward Henry Evans-Lombe; 1861-1952; Bylaugh, Norfolk

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