West Raynham, Norfolk

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  • Lat: 52.7833 Long: 0.78333
  • OS sheet ref.: TF8725

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West Raynham, Norfolk

BT Norfolk

West Raynham, Norfolk

Equivalent terms

West Raynham, Norfolk

  • UF Raynham St Margaret

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West Raynham, Norfolk

113 Results for West Raynham, Norfolk

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Case Record of Mary Ann Young

Name: Mary Ann Young; Age: 35; Gender: Female; Occupation: Labourer's wife; Residence: West Raynham; Religion: Church of England; Education: Nil; Martial Status: Married; No. of Children: 6; Admission Photo: No; Notes Prior to Admission: : Cl...

Case Record of Eliza Dyball

Name: Eliza Dyball; Age: 39; Gender: Female; Occupation: Wife of a foundry man; Residence: West Raynham; Religion: Church of England ; Education: Read & write; Martial Status: Married; No. of Children: 6; Admission Photo: Yes; Notes Prior to A...

West Raynham extent; Raynham leet rolls, accounts, surveys

(1) West Raynham extent, 1284-1285(2) Raynham leet roll, 1278-1305 (including West Raynham)(3-13, 20) Raynham leet estreat rolls, with Helhoughton, 1400-1478(14-16, 19, 21) Raynham estate ministers' accounts 1475-1496(17) survey or extent, n....

Haviles Manor; 1189-1925; East Raynham, Norfolk

East Raynham, South Raynham, Helhoughton and Toftrees

(1-30) East Raynham and elsewhere(1) Grant by Ralph son of Mathew de Renham to John son of ?William Roberd and Cecily his wife for homage, service and ?2s. of messuage with croft at Galowgat' near free land of church of Blessed Mary of Raynha...

Scales Manor; 1189-1925; South Raynham, Norfolk

Raynham

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

Helhoughton

(1) Indenture stating that as John de Aula has enfeoffed Simon Payn in a piece of land at Elys cros near Wodegat, as appears in a feoffment between them, Simon agrees that if John pays him 21 shillings and four quarters and one bushel of good barl...

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