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Title deeds to land in Hempstead and Eccles

(1) Conveyance. William le Parker of Brumstead, esq., to Henry Lesyngham, William Paston, Thomas Stodhagh and Ragno, his son, 1 messuage with half an acre held of the manor of Eccles, Monday on the feast of St George the Martyr 9 Henry IV [23 April 1408].
(2)-(3) Conveyance from William Pykeryng and Ela, his wife, and Robert Martham to William Hulyn, Thomas Shayle and Richard Musgrove re land etc in Hempstead, Eccles, Happisburgh and Palling, 27 May 22 Henry VI [1444] (4 seals), with letter of attorney.
(4) Chirograph. Feoffment. Sir Miles Stapleton of Ingham Magna to Henry Mauntell of Brudford {Bradford] (Yorks.), esq., concerning a mediety of the manor of Hempstead next Eccles and advowson, 13 June 26 Henry VI [1448].

Documents of title concerning property in Grimston sold by Edmund Holman to Philip Case in 1758, including deeds of Burton, Bayfield, Ives, Harvey, Cobb; Shipden, Cooper, Smith, Fishpoole, Thorowgood, Holland; Ives, Bayfield, Anguishe, Hudson, Watson, Bremen, Bircham, Olley, Barnes, Davy, Browne and Swanton families

Including file of copyholds, and abstracts of title, and admission of Pleasance Case to copyholds, 1759.

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

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