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Bradfer-Lawrence Collection

  • BL
  • Fonds
  • [12th century]-20th century

The Bradfer-Lawrence collection is rich and varied, ranging from medieval manuscripts to nineteenth-century business records. There are many groups of deeds and records of Norfolk families, and also papers relating to local and national government...

Harry Lawrence Bradfer-Lawrence; 1887-1965; antiquary; King's Lynn, Norfolk

Various Parishes

(1-5) Barmer(1) Grant by Reginald son of Ralph de Bermer to Richard son of William de Backetorp of 1a. in fields of Barmer at Croshous, [early 13th century] (1 parchment)(2) Grant in pure alms by Martin de Beremere to the church of St Mary of Rudh...

Calendar of charters, deeds and other documents at Keswick Hall in the possession of Gerard Gurney by Revd Edmund Farrer, March 1924.

With drawings of seals. All were purchased by Hudson Gurney. There are deeds relating to the following parishes: Alburgh, 1436; E. Beckham, 1408; Burgh (in Flegg), 1565; Caston, 1472; Cringleford, 1287; Flordon, 1494-1535; Fritton, 1658; Hellesdon...

Edmund Farrer; 1848-1935; clergyman, author, topographer

Various Parishes

This volume contains deeds which do not relate to the Townshend estates.(1-4) Helhoughton(1) Grant by Gilbert son of Richard de Cholkirke to Haustorg' prior of Horsham and the monks there, of 6a. of land in the fields of Helhoughton held of R...


Great Raynham is the modern East Raynham (St Mary) and Little Raynham the modern West Raynham (St Margaret). South Raynham is St Martin.(1) Grant in fee by Richard son of William de Ingaldestorp and Matilda his wife to Geofrey de Renham for two ma...

Scoggans Manor; 1189-1925; East Raynham, Norfolk

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