File C/Sca 2/265 - Snettisham

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C/Sca 2/265

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Snettisham

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  • 1766-1857 (Creation)

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Copy, of award, 1766, made under An Act for dividing and inclosing the whole Year Lands, and Pasture Grounds, Common Fields, Half Year Inclosures, Shack Meadows and Commons, in the Parish of Snettisham, 1762 (copy undated, but c. 1800). Map not present.

Award: 1801. Map: West Common, East Common and Turf Fen, 1801, 1 inch: 7 chains, 68 by 84. Surveyor: Robert Chasteney of Trowse.

Award: 1854. Map: Snettisham Warren, 1855 (certified 1857), 1 inch: 3 chains, 44 by 59. Surveyor: Charles Muriel Bidwell. Typescript extracts from award, 1857, affixed inside front cover.

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Map, 1766, at King's Lynn Borough Archives, with award, 1766. Water-damaged in 1978: map damaged and approximately one-quarter of the text of the award wholly or partly illegible.

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ae619220-d626-4005-b482-63f43033e2e6

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Created 20/04/2004 by Droip. Modified 31/12/2014 by DROIP.

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