- 19 Sep 1317-29 Sep 1318 (Creation)
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2 parchment membranes, stitched head to foot
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Honour of Clare. John de Malteby is named as lord in the Nomina Villarum of 1316. According to White's Trade Directory, in 1845 Robert Fellowes, Esq., was lord of the manor and owner of the whole parish, 'which was anciently held by the Mautebys'.\r\nRobert Fellowes, Esq., is given as lord of the manor in White's Trade Directory, 1883.
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Collected over 60,000 manuscripts. Phillipps referred to himself as a complete ‘Vello-maniac’.
Born in Manchester, 2 July 1792. Educated at Rugby School and University College, Oxford. Elected a fellow of the Royal Society in 1820 and made a baronet the following year. Lived at Middle Hill, Broadway, then (from 1863) at Thirlestaine House in Cheltenham. Died 6 February 1872. After Phillipps's death, his vast collection of books and manuscripts was dispersed in a series of sales.
Said to have been formerly part of Phillipps Collection. Bears label with number 863.
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Received by the Norfolk Record Office on 9 August 2013 (ACC 2013/156). Catalogued 23 October 2013 (SM).
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Account of John de Aldeby, sergeant [bailiff] of the manor of Malteby [Mautby].
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One edge rodent-damaged.
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