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Middleton: Advowson to rectory and corn tithes conveyed of Richard Taylor to Thomas Wood, after marriage of Thomas Wood and Mary Williams, 1788.

Norton Subcourse: 5.5a in several pieces, including 1a abutting Hellond Close to west and in Hellond Went, abutting common way to west, conveyed by William Manclark of Norton Subcourse to William Manclark of Loddon, 1546.

Pudding Norton: Pudding Norton Farm, cottages and 815a 21p, Pudding Norton Hall leased by John Spurrell of the trustees of John Morse's will for 12 years, rent £1300 p.a., with a list of fixtures at Pudding Norton Farm and schedule of field names, acreages and usages, 1865.

Great Ryburgh: Great Ryburgh Hall Farm, cottages and outbuildings and lands of 551a 3r 25p leased by Robert Dodd of William Boycott for 12 years, rent £1000 p.a., with a list of fixtures in the farmhouse and outbuildings and schedule of field names, acreages and usages, 1868.

Swaffham: Messuage and adjoining cottage with outhouses and garden leased by Robert Fayerman of John and Elizabeth Dugmore for 8 years, £30 p.a. rent. Schedule of fixtures included. 1798.

East Winch: Farmhouse called 'The Hermitage' with outbuildings, orchard and homestall, 452a 13p and 6 cottages with their gardens leased by James Smith of the trustees of John Morse's will for 12 years, £805 10s. p.a. rent, with a list of fixtures and schedule of field names, acreages and usages, 1865.

Correspondence of Robert Britiffe on the sale of Sir Francis Dashwood's fee farm rents in Norfolk, including from the manors of Gimingham, Wighton and Besston (St Lawrence).

Includes letters from Dashwood, Arthur Branthwayt, Edward Stracey, Joseph Weld, Jacob Preston, Sir Edward Northey and Elizabeth Mingay of Ditchingham; also draft replies and draft conveyance from Dashwood to Harbord Harbord and John Marcon of fee farm rent of £153 14s. 14d. payable from the manor of Gimingham.

Little Ryburgh, Testerton and Stibbard

(1) Grant by Philip de Stiberde to Philip de Pauelia of one acre at Euedelond (no vill named), [early 13th century] (1 parchment)
(2) Grant by Philip de Pauelli to Geoffrey, William, Humphrey and Hugh, wards (alumpni) of John parson of Stibbard and Alice their mother, of a piece of land in the fields of Stibbard, one abutting the croft of Heruald Tille and the other abutting Hegsmedu, [early 13th century] (1 parchment)
(3.) Grant by Philip de Pauely of Little Ryburgh, knight, to Cecily daughter of John de Hastingges, formerly rector of the church of Aylsham (Eylesham), for £50 'quibus me acquietavit Judaismo penel Isaac' of all his land in Stibbard in demesne, services, homages and rents, and similarly all his land in Testerton and in ?Westhun held by service of the eighth part of one knight's fee when scutage happens of 13d. to 20s., to Cecily and then to the heirs of Philip's son Ralph. With warranty against all Christians and Jews [K3.1], [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(4) Quitclaim by William son of Roger Makefare of Stibbard to Sir Ralph de Pavely of right in Stibbard with houses, buildings and foldage, rents and escheats [K3.2], [early 13th century] (1 parchment)
(5) Grant by Wiliam Bandenay of Stibbard to Richard de Pavaly of one acre at Longelond in Stibbard near way to Lenwade with foldage formerly of Philip Coning, William's grandfather, viz a quarter part of one fold, three halfpence annual rent that Walter Fulcher paid for 1a. 1r. in Stibbard and a further one penny annual rent there owed by Sir Richard for one acre there. Sir Walter de Grantcurt a witness, [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(6) Grant by William Baundeney to Ralph son of Ralph de Paveli of a piece of land at Longelond in the fields of Stibbard [K3.6], [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(7) Grant by (?)Rucwara femina of Geoffrey de Fonte of Stibbard to Geoffrey, William, Humphrey, Hugh and Henry, alumpni (wards) of John parson of Stibbard and Alice their mother, of a piece of land that Matilda her mother gave to Geoffrey her husband in free marriage, lying in Hehage near the land of Edee the widow of Stibbard and near the bruery [K3.7], [early 13th century] (1 parchment)
(8) Quitclaim by Ralph ad Eclesiam of Godwick to John de Pauely of all the tenements he held of him in Stibbard by gift of Ralph de Pauely his father and that were formerly Ralph Makefares, in messuages, arable lands, rents, services, customs, herbages, meadows, feedings, common pastures, foldages, ways, paths, profits and all other liberties and appurtenances belonging, [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(9) Grant by Geoffrey son of Ralph Attewelle of Stibbard to Simon son of Edde de Dunham of a messuage with buildings and trees with croft belonging, had by gift of Ralph his father, the messuage abutting the common pasture and the croft lying between lands of William his brother, [mid-late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(10) Grant by Peter Attehoghaghe of Stibbard of a piece of land at Bromlond in the field of Stibbard, with clause not to regrant to religious house, [mid-late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(11) Grant by John de Pavely to John Chaplain, son of Ralph the baker, of a piece of land at Wellecroft in Stibbard near the common pasture, not to regrant to religious house or Jews. Witnesses include Sir William de Grancurt and Sir Walter his son, [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(12) Grant by Ralph ad Ecclesiam of Godwick to Richard son of Ralph de Pavely of Little Ryburgh of a messuage with croft and three pieces of land and one foldsoke in Stibbard, one at Wro and one at Lytelhowe, and 3s yearly rent, [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(13) Grant by Roger Cowing of Little Ryburgh and Alice daughter of Ralph the clerk, his wife, to Richard de Pauely of Little Ryburgh to a piece of land at Seggemere in Stibbard 'que Iacet pro tribus rodis', abutting Wygate and the way from Little Ryburgh to Stibbard, [mid-late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(14) Grant by Richard son of Richard le Rous of Great Raynham to Matilda, Alice and Katherine, his daughters, for term of their lives, of a messuage with buildings in Testerton with woods or bushes, rents both free and customary, and all his custumars and customs in the fields of Stibbard and Testerton and the advowson of the church of Testerton. If one marries the property to remain to the others. Sir Thomas de Hauuill witness. Raynham. 27 Oct 1308 (1 parchment)
(15) Grant by Peter Attehalleyate, chaplain of Stibbard, to John de Grene of same and Margaret his wife, of a piece of land in the field of Stibbard at Har'croftes., 4 May 1315 (1 parchment)
(16) Grant by Henry King of Stibbard to Sir William de Grene, chaplain, of a messuage in Stibbard with closes and crofts adjoining and dower of Agnes his mother on same when it falls due, 9 May 1315 (1 parchment)
(17) Grant by Reginald son of William de Stibard to William de Pavely of Little Ryburgh and Alice his wife of 2d. yearly rent from certain tenements in the field of Stibbard at Wades sty and near the way to le Howe, 26 May 1318 (1 parchment)
(18) Grant by Simon de Binham, perpetual vicar of Little Ryburgh, to Alice formerly wife of William Pavely of Ryburgh of all lands and tenements in the vill and fields of Stibbard of the gift of the said William, with villeins with their sequel, lands and chattels, the services of free men, reliefs, wards and escheats, to remain after her death to William's heirs. Sir Robert de Burginun and Sir Thomas de Scnytertun among witnesses [K3.18], 5 Mar 1339 (1 parchment)
(19) Grant by Ralph Fysher of Stibbard to Nicholas (?)Dousyn of [-] (illegible) and Agnes daughter of Peter de Aula of Stibbard of a piece of arable land in the field of Stibbard, 1333-1334 (1 parchment)
(20) Grant by Peter de Aula to Eustace his son, chaplain, and his brother Reginald, of all lands and tenements had by gift of William his (grantor's) father in vills of Stibbard and Little Ryburgh with a messuage with houses, trees and rents with three acres of arable land and two pieces of meadow lying in the fields of Stibbard, 14 Mar 1334 (1 parchment)
(21) Grant by William son of Richard atte Grene of Stibbard, chaplain, to Sir William son of John atte Grene of Stibbard, chaplain, of messuage with croft adjoining with one toft and ten pieces of land and two of meadow in Stibbard, the messuage lying near a path leading to Stibbard church and the croft near the common pasture and the lands in the cultura called Yerlussawe, and near Wodefurlong, le Ryde de Fulmodeston, le Wro, Northcroft, the way before the parson's gate, Eluelond and Falleyat, and the meadow at Becrowe and Wilw medwe, 11 Mar 1342 (1 parchment)
(22) Grant by John son of Adam le Wayte of Stibbard and Margaret his wife to John atte Grene junior of Stibbard, chaplain, of messuage with croft adjoining and a piece of land in Stibbard formerly of Alice Aubry, lying near Stunniscroft, 23 Apr 1349 (1 parchment)
(23) [Grant by] Thomas [-] of [-]pensport to [? Robert] [? Hegrine] [and] Walter Varyn of Stibbard of [-] in the field of Stibbard in Honcotismer' furlong, ? 3 Mar 1391 (1 parchment)
(24) Grant by Sir William Grene, rector of the church of Stibbard, and Margaret his wife, to John atte Grene and Richard Tyce of same to John Dobbys of Stibbard and John Robynns of same of 12a. arable land in the vill and fields of Stibbard lying partly near the heath, 7 Dec 1399 (1 parchment)
(25) Grant by John de Berneye of Stibbard to Philip Dobbus senior of same, Thomas Dobbus and John Dobbus junior of one rood of land in Stibbard and service and 16d. yearly rent from lands held by John Pauly, Robert Ashefelde, John Prikkere, William Walberd, John Symond, John Capel and William atte Heyhaghe, 1 Mar 1401 (1 parchment)
(26, 27) Two parts of tripartite indenture of grant by Richard Tyce of Stibbard to John Dobbus senior of same, Thomas Dobbus and John Dobbus junior of Stibbard sons of John Dobbus deceased of pieces of land of 13a. 1r. and 3r. partly near the common, had from John de Berneye and William Grene, deceased parson of the church of Stibbard [K3.25], 29 Feb 1401 (1 parchment)
(28) Grant by Thomas Heyhaugh to Richard Creydere of Kettlestone, Mathew Jurdan of Stibbard and Alice his wife of 1a. 1r. free land in the field of Stibbard, 5 Oct 1413 (1 parchment)
(29) Grant by Thomas Atheyhawe of Stibbard to Mathew Jurdon and Alice his wife of 3r. free land at Zorlsawe in Stibbard [K2.28], 3 June 1414 (1 parchment)
(30) Copy of inspeximus of letters of proceedings in king's bench against Sir William Oldhalle on a matter touching the king's person, 11 July 1455 (2 paper sheets)
(31) Quitclaim by John Heydon to John Eyr, clerk, and John Capel, of right in four pieces of arable land in the field of Stibbard and 16 pence yearly rent from divers lands and tenements in Stibbard, had with John Wryght of Testerton and Richard Jagges of Stibbard from John and Thomas Dobbes both of Stibbard, 6 Apr 1464 (1 parchment)
(32) Indenture, in English, between Sir George Nevill, Lord Bergevenny, and Margaret his wife, daughter of Hugh of Fenne, and Roger Touneshend, serjeant at law, for production of records of property lately purchased from them, 8 Feb 1480 (1 paper)
(33) Draft quitclaim by Hugh Everard, skinner of London, to Roger Touneshend, serjeant at law, 'and AB' of right in the manor of Reppes and Pavelenes in Little Ryburgh with appurtenances there and in Stibbard, Guist and adjacent vills formerly John Pavely's, [15th century] (1 paper)
(34) Exemplification of suit at Westminster whereby Roger Touneshend impleaded George Nevyll knight of Bergevenny and Margaret concerning the manors of Little Ryburgh, Stibbard and Guist and the advowson of Stibbard with appurtenances in those vills and in Wood Norton, Fulmodeston, Guist, Bale and Gunthorpe, citing pleading of unjust disseisin brought by Hugh atte Fen in king's bench in trinity term 1478 adjourned because of non-appearance of witness Stephen Mayner, clerk [K3.64], 11 July 1478 (paper)
(35) Grant by John Scony, husbandman of Cawston, and wife Cecily daughter of Richard Jagges of Stibbard, to Roger Touneshend knight, of lands and tenements in closes and arable and pasture, until Touneshend is paid arrears, he meanwhile to pay yearly for every acre as the custom is in Stibbard lordship. The property comprised 5 acres in Heyhows Close (including dykes), 5a. arable abutting Stibbard common, Lyttyl Close containing 3a., pightle called Mellys Zerd containing 1a., 37a. arable and pasture belonging to the manor of Wychingham and 5a. arable called Whight ollond. 7 Jan 1489 (1 indented paper)
(36) Lease by Tounyshend to William Capell of Stibbard of the lands and tenements seised of said William in Lady Tounyshend's days, to hold until Michaelmas next [K3.80], 20 Apr 1501 (1 indented paper)
(37) Bargain and sale by John and Cecily Scony to Roger Touneshend esq. of lands, tenements, rents, services, closes and foldages lately Jagges', with covenant to levy fine, 12 Oct 1499 (1 indented paper)
(38, 39) Final concord between same parties re 50a. land, 20a. pasture and liberty of one fold to pasture 300 sheep in Stibbard, 18 Nov 1501 (1 parchment, with counterpart)
(40) Exemplification of lawsuit brought by Thomas Bowman and Augusten Ryve against Eleanor Towneshend about the status of Stibbard as a quillett or hamlet of Fakenham and ownership of heathland in Stibbard, [c 1567] (1 damaged parchment)
(41) Exemplification from the duchy of Lancaster chamber citing bill of complaint brought by [-] Danyell, Bowman, Ryve and others against Eleanor Towneshend about the status of waste ground in Stibbard, 5 Dec 1567 (1 damaged parchment)
Includes deeds endorsed 'Recept' de abbato de W'.

Miscellaneous Norfolk deeds

A number are from the collection of Sir Thomas Phillipps and bear his reference number in ink, although not all are identified as such by Bradfer-Lawrence.

Sir Thomas Phillipps; 1792-1872; 1st baronet, collector of books and manuscripts

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