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Papers re title to cottage property

Late of Barnard Bowles in Corpusty sold to W.E. Bulwer in 1797 and property of same in Heydon (inc. three messuages and a grocer's shop) sold to Bulwer in 1807 and subsequently mortgaged to John Bidden. Inc. abstracts of title of the Corpusty...

Documents of title concerning the Peyton family estates in Grimston sold to Philip Case by Sir Charles Peyton in 1751

Including marriage settlement of Charles Peyton and Elizabeth Bladwell, 1682, marriage settlement of Abel Brett and Mary Money, 1708, extract from will of Sir Yelverton Peyton of North Runcton, 1748, and receipts for legacies, mortgages by Charles...

Philip Case; 1712-1792; alderman, attorney, controller of customs; King's Lynn and Great Fransham, Norfolk

Documents of title concerning property in Grimston conveyed by Thomas Ratcliffe and John Allen to William and Thomas Bagge to the use of Thomas Case, including deeds of Yelverton, Kelke, Ollye, Herring, Morgan, Farthing, Impin, Baldin, and Ratcliffe families

Including marriage settlement, William Braye of Gray's Inn and Elizabeth Player, 1706, wills of Thomas Ratcliffe of Hillington, 1742, and Edward Ratcliffe of Whissonsett 1763, letter from Edward Ratcliffe to his daughter Ann Allen, 1760, and ...

Documents of title concerning property in Grimston sold by John Taylor of King's Lynn, baker, to Philip Case in 1757, including deeds of Gathercoale, Gateley, Cremer, Stanton, Beales, Chennery, and Kidd families

Including abstract of will of John Kidd of King's Lynn, 1714, lease of farm by John Taylor to Martin Browning, 1742 with husbandry clauses, manumission by earl of Orford, 26 Nov 1757, and abstract of title.

Philip Case; 1712-1792; alderman, attorney, controller of customs; King's Lynn and Great Fransham, Norfolk

Documents of title concerning property, part copyhold, in Grimston sold by Edmund Rolfe of Heacham to Philip Case in 1756 including deeds of Bastard, Ebeson, Scott, Hamond and Thorowgood families

Including proven copy of will of Alderman John Hamond of King's Lynn, 26 Oct 1674, and abstract of title.

Philip Case; 1712-1792; alderman, attorney, controller of customs; King's Lynn and Great Fransham, Norfolk

Documents of title relating to estate sold by John Feltwell to Philip Case in 1760, including deeds of Rolfe and Richards families, mortgage to Mary Jackson, 1746

Including proven wills of Gregory Richards of Grimston, 1691, Martha Richards of Grimston, 1715, and Alice Peyton of Leverington, 1746, and abstract of title.

Philip Case; 1712-1792; alderman, attorney, controller of customs; King's Lynn and Great Fransham, Norfolk

Documents of title relating to estate, part copyhold, sold by Elizabeth and John Hubbard to Philip Case in 1738, including deeds of Rolfe, Bircham, Bladwell, Bedingfield, Bush, Taylor, and Bunting families

Including conveyance from Francis Rolfe to Robert Bircham, with schedule, 1649, feoffment by Robert Bircham to his son William, with schedule, 1669, post nuptial settlement of William Bunting and Mary Bush, 1709, proven will of John Bedingfield (p...

Philip Case; 1712-1792; alderman, attorney, controller of customs; King's Lynn and Great Fransham, Norfolk

Deeds of title relating to copyhold property in Gaywood sold by Robert Simpson of Caius College to Philip Case in 1746; the property passed from Robert Ellitt to Humphrey Clarke, 1624, from Clarke to Lane to Richard Clampe, 1676, heirs of Clampe to John Berney, 1703, Berney to Gregory Hinde, 1721, Hide to Rowland Simpson, 1732.

Including copy will of Richard Clampe of King's Lynn, physician, 8 Aug 1696, with bequest of books Historice Normannorum Scriptores Antiqui, and Athanius Kircher, 'of Lights and Shadowes', and letter from Edward Rust to Revd Rowland...

Documents of title concerning property called Paradise in Stradsett and Fincham sold by Ann Munnings to Philip Case in 1766

Including conveyance of land in Stradsett and North Runcton, 1680, purchase by Thomas Munnings from John Benn of Norwich, 1736, attested copy of will of Thomas Munnings, grocer, Norwich, 2 Apr 1753, leaving property to John Blofield in trust for h...

Philip Case; 1712-1792; alderman, attorney, controller of customs; King's Lynn and Great Fransham, Norfolk

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