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Title Deeds relating to estate at South Creake

  • AB
  • Archief
  • 1624-1881

Title deeds, wills, indentures relating to estates in South Creake, mainly Layton, Frost, Shales and Leamon families.

Layton family; 1624-1881; South Creake, Norfolk

Documents relating to Witchingham

  • AE
  • Archief
  • 1462-1874

Title deeds and two letters re various estates in Witchingham and Little Witchingham, mainly Postle, Howard and Branthwayt families.

Branthwayt family; 1462-1874

Shelton, Bates and Wolverson Collection

  • AG
  • Archief
  • 1395-1891

Title deeds relating to property belonging to the family of Miss M.E. Powell, deceased.

Powell family; fl 1395-1891; Mundham, Norfolk

Records relating to the Manor of Swaffham

  • AH
  • Archief
  • 1494-1852

Court rolls, rentals and other papers. Includes Court Book (Honor of Richmond), 1533-1592.

Swaffham Manor; 1189-1925; Swaffham, Norfolk

Albemarle of Quidenham Estate Collection

  • ALB
  • Archief
  • 1672-1965

The Quidenham estate was purchased in the 1760s by George Keppel, 3rd Earl of Albemarle, with prize money from the capture of Havana in 1762. The estate was greatly enlarged by purchases in the 1890s-1900s by Wilbraham, Earl Egerton of Tatton (1832-1909), whose daughter and heiress Gertrude Lucia married Arnold, 8th Earl of Albemarle.

Apart from Quidenham Hall and its immediate surroundings, the Quidenham Estate consisted in 1952 of about 7,000 acres across nine farms in Quidenham and adjacent parishes, that is, in Quidenham itself (Down Hill Farm and Home Farm), Kenninghall (Grove Farm, Cromwell House and Hall Farm), East Harling (Harling Hill Farm), Eccles (Hall Farm and Manor Farm) and Banham (The Moor).

Records in the Albemarle Ccollection include:
ALB/A - Deeds of Title to farms and property in Quidenham, Kenninghall, Banham, Eccles, and Snetterton, 1672-1934.
ALB/B - Manorial records, nd [1773]-1955, mainly for Winfarthing Manor (see also MC 1839 etc.).
ALB/E - Estate records, nd [1874]-1958: maps and plans, accounts, land agent's correspondence, ledgers, cash books, estate labour reports, farm reports, counterpart leases, shooting records, sale particulars.
ALB/G - Official records relating to schools on the Quidenham Estate and Quidenham Parish Meeting, 1894-1948
ALB/H - Family/Personal records, 1764-1965: Keppel correspondence (including of William Keppel (d. 1834) as governor of Martinique, and a group of letters about the education of Princess Charlotte of Wales, mainly addressed to her governess the Dowager Lady de Clifford, 1805-1808); Arnold Allan Cecil Keppel's memoirs of his service in the Second Boer War 1900
ALB/J - Collection of engravings and family photograph albums, including autographs of visitors staying at Quidenham and other country houses.
ALB/K - Printed and Miscellaneous papers, 1835-1960.

Keppel family; 1872-1922; Earl of Albemarle

Archdeaconry of Norfolk: Visitation Books

  • ANF 1
  • Archief
  • 1560-1867

Also called act books or libri detectionum. The pre-1699 books are often casually dated. Presentments and other papers are inserted. Deaneries are listed in the order in which they appear, and where an overlap occurs a deanery was dealt with partly in one book and partly in another.

Archdeaconry of Norfolk; ?-

Archdeaconry of Norfolk: Marriage Licence Bonds and Affidavits

  • ANF 12
  • Archief
  • 1670-1886

Years 1670, 1704-1886 only. From 1823 affidavits (also called allegations) only. Filed according to the date at which they were returned to the Archdeacon, not the date issued. The bonds and affidavits are in files, many of them now broken, until 1798 and they are thereafter in bundles. Contemporary indexes of persons for 1704-1785 and other individual years survive with some bundles. New style dates given in catalogue.

Archdeaconry of Norfolk; ?-

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