File WKC 7/159, 404X8 - Miscellaneous legal papers

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WKC 7/159, 404X8

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Miscellaneous legal papers

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  • 17th century-18th century (Creation)

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15 papers

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(13th century-20th century)

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At Felbrigg Hall, Norfolk

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Lists of deeds relating to East Beckham, 1275-1394, to Gresham, 1553-1608; List of deeds relating to lands in Wicklewood and Crownthorpe sold by Mr Windham to Sir John Wodehouse, 1708-1767; Lease by Ashe Windham, 1724; Draft lease by Ashe Windham to Patrick St Clair of lands late Cushen's, nd; Letter from R. Britiffe re holding manorial courts, 1727; Letter from T. Scott, re health of Mrs Appleby, 1718; Paper re bequests paid by James Cubitt Fisher, 1730; Rental of estate of Cook Flower in Sheringham, nd; Account of profits of farm at Felbrigg, 1785; Mr Elden's account, 1685-1686; Release of claims and demands by Sir Henry Wyndham of Mileham, administrator of goods and chattels of Jane Coningsbye, to Sir John Wyndham of Orchard, 1608.

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74c209f3-9478-419d-8792-43c6fec2185b

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Created 29/10/2004 by Droip. Modified 06/11/2019 by Catherine.Collins.

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