File WKC 7/161, 404X9 - 'Not yet classified'

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WKC 7/161, 404X9

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'Not yet classified'

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  • 1614-1891 (Creation)

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22 items

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(13th century-20th century)

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At Felbrigg Hall, Norfolk

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Conveyance of advowson of Metton by John Bartram, Rector of Metton, to his son Thomas Bartram, 1614; 2 MS volumes of poems and epigrams; 'Original attested accounts of the cases of the boy whose intestines were forced out, 1275, and the boy who ate white lead'; Agreement for lease of lands in Felbrigg, 1743; Bundle of correspondence with War Office re Cromer Beacon, 1891; Observations on the slave trade, signed T.M., 1806; Letter from Katherine Windham to 'Bety', 1723; Account of Mr Springall's and Miss Baret's estates, 19th century; Draft notices re parish meetings at Aylmerton, 19th century; 2 photos of shooting parties; Miscellaneous letters.

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ca30cbe8-82f2-4741-8aa5-cc65c62ec1c1

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Created 29/10/2004 by Droip. Modified 10/12/2019 by Catherine.Collins.

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