Oby on the part of Repps Manor; 1189-1925; Repps with Bastwick, Norfolk

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Oby on the part of Repps Manor; 1189-1925; Repps with Bastwick, Norfolk

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First court of Juliana Clippesby 1594 [EVL 573]\r\nFirst court of Clippesby Crewe son and heir of Rannulph Crewe 1646 [EVL 574]\r\nFirst court of Clippesby Crewe son of John Crewe 1649 [EVL 574] \r\nBryant says the Evans-Lombe family purchased the manor in 1685, confirmed by the title deeds which name the vendor as Sir Roger Potts [EVL 306a, 307]. Family members as lords include Edward Lombe (occurs 1727); Revd John Lombe (occurs 1738-1744); Mary Hase wife of John Hase (occurs 1750-1758); Mary Hase widow of John Hase (occurs 1761-1768), [the Hases are family members, Mary Hase being Mary Lombe before her marriage]; John Lombe (occurs 1771, 1778); Sir John Lombe (occurs 1801) [EVL 578]. Sir John Lombe is named as lord of both manors in Repps - Fastolfes on the part of Repps with Bastwick; Owby on the part of Repps with Bastwick - in the enclosure award of 1809 [C/Sca 2/223]. Trade directories name Edward Lombe, Esq. as lord in 1845, Revd H.E. Lombe as lord in1883, Edward Evans-Lombe as lord in 1900. They are described as lords of the manor of Repps with Bastwick, but the court books show that separate courts are still being held for the two manors.


Repps with Bastwick, Norfolk

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Created on: 22/01/2003 by Droip



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