Minutes (manorial)



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  • Minutes taken at sessions of the manor court.

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  • A keyword used by TNA Manorial Records Project (Norfolk) 2013.

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Trowse Rockells court minutes

Draft entries from 11 March 1735 to an undated entry (the same as that in , 'The Great Booke') in 1829. With references to stewards, Francis Wright in c1760 and to Elisha de Hague in 1787 (both also being Norwich Town Clerks at their respective dates).
The parchnent cover is a reused leet or quarter session presentment of 'street' offences (not paving, obstructions by nuisances) and of weights and measures infringements (sales from unsealed barrels of beer, and of below-weight goods, or the use of faulty measures) in the St Stephen's locality, 1707.

Fakenham and district. Miscellaneous fragments of manorial documents.

(1) Manor of Southmere in Docking minutes, 1869.
(2) Manor of Southmere in Docking rentals, 1671-1712 (unfit for production).
(3)-(9) Manor of Southmere in Docking court papers, including rentals and inclosure papers, 1699-1869 (unfit for production).
(10) Manors of Southmere and Docking Hall court papers including rentals and suit roll, 1756-1841 (unfit for production).
(11) Letters re quit rents owing by the Hares to the manor of Docking Hall, 1731-1746 (unfit for production).
(12)-(13) Manors of Stanhoe court papers 1820s-1880s (unfit for production).
(14) Manors of Wells, court papers 1807-1867 (unfit for production)

Stanhoe Manor; 1189-1925; Stanhoe, Norfolk

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