Lord Colerane's Estate Inventory list

Identifier Sort ascending Title Level of description Date Digital object
BL/DX 2/1/2/2 Thomas Francis, Lincoln's Inn: has been appointed by the court of exchequer as receiver of the rents and profits of the late Lord Colerane's estates in Norfolk, to hold the courts, etc., asks Dixon to send him a list of all the records. Item 25 Jul 1754
BL/DX 2/1/2/27 John Pitchford, Norwich: is heir to lands of his elder brother at Walpole and is amazed to hear his widow's sister has been admitted 'she has certainly as good a right in justice and equity to the Russian or German dominions as to those lands'. Item 3 Apr 1758
BL/DX 2/1/2/34 Thomas Francis: news of battle [of Quiberon Bay]; 'Think now 'tis all over with the French poltroons' Item 1 Dec 1759
BL/DX 2/1/2/61 Thomas Francis: award to Miss Hare who is to marry Mr Chauncey Townshend's eldest son Item 6 Feb 1763
BL/DX 2/1/2/36 Isa Wilkinson, Baldock: about sale of some land to Mr Bagge Item 11 Dec 1759
BL/DX 2/1/2/52 John Smith, Walpole, to Thomas Francis: about arrears of rent Item 24 Dec 1761
BL/DX 2/1/2/1-66 Letters to Thomas Dixon, attorney at law, Islington, from Thomas Francis, Chancery Lane, with some from his clerk, J. Gibson. File 1749-1764
BL/DX 2/1/1 Account of Richard Fawsett with Henry, Lord Colerane [Coleraine] for rents and profits of his lordship's estate at Walpole, West Walton, etc., in manors of West Walton on the part of Walpole, and Walpole late Eldred File 1743-1746
BL/DX 2/1/2/1 ?E.L. Briggs, Weaver's Hall: has communicated his letter to Mme Du Plessis and George Payne, the young lady's guardians and trustees Item 21 Dec 1749