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Reference ANC
Covering dates 13th-20th Centuries
Held by Lincolnshire Archives
Extent 36 m3
Conditions of access Some files within this archive are restricted either by the depositor or on account of their physical condition. Please refer to individual files for further information.
Creators Bertie family, Dukes of Ancaster; Burrell family, Barons Willoughby De Eresby, of Grimsthorpe Castle, Lincolnshire; Heathcote family of Grimsthorpe Castle Lincolnshire, Barons Willoughby De Eresby, Barons Aveland of Aveland and Earls of Ancaster

Contents:
Estate and Family Papers of the Barons Wilioughby De Eresby, Earls of Lindsey, Dukes of Ancaster and Kesteven, Barons Aveland of Aveland and Earls of Ancaster.



[no title or date]  4ANC

Conditions of access: 4ANC was permanently withdrawn by Lady Willoughby de Eresby in 1991.
NB 4ANC2/D/37-69 was redeposited on 23.3.94

Source of acquisition: Transferred by the National Register of Archives from Messrs. Warren, Bedford Sq., V.C.1. December, 1957.



Related information: c.f. ANC17-19 above.

A box containing 3 bundles.  4ANC1  [n.d.]

Title deeds to farms in Dolwyddelan, Bettwsy Coed & Caerhen, co. Caernarvon purchased for Lord Willoughby by Lewis Kennedy, 1847-50.  4ANC1/A  1774-1850

30 items

Title deeds to farms and houses in Bettws y Coed (Toll house) Dolwyddelan Gwydyr & Nantconway (fee farm rents 1875-84); a single lease for Gwydir.  4ANC1/B  1750-1891

29 items

Two schedules of title deeds to portions of the Gwydyr estates used in paying of mortgages  4ANC1/C  1911

Contents:
1-2.
3. Traced map (line) of the Gwydir estates in Llanrhychwyn & Trefrew, Gwydyr Bettws y Coed Dolwyddelan. Thomas Kennedy, surveyor, 1840.

A box containing 7 bundles.  4ANC2  [n.d.]

"Gwydyr Sale Papers 1896" Proof copies of sale plans, with annotations sale catalogues, 38 items (includes land and houses (Town Hall) in Llanrwst and in Trefriw Llanrhychwyn Llandoget, co. Denbigh, Dolwyddelan co. Caernarvon.  4ANC2/A  1884 & 1896

Requisitions on title to lots in the sale, particulars of lots, draft conveyances, chiefly to local residents, chapels etc  4ANC2/B  1896

89 items

Contents:
25. draft lease of Penllyn quary at Dolwyddelan to Thomas Mandle, 1893.

Draft and counterpart conveyances, associated letters, land as in A supra.  4ANC2/C  1895-8

61 items.

Requisitions on title, draft conveyances and letters, Llanrwst  4ANC2/D  1884-5

1-24.

Contents:
Conditions of sale and letters Llanrwst 1895-6.
25-36.
Re-deposited 23.3.94 as 4ANC2/D 37-69.
Draft conveyances, letters, Hogsthorpe & Willoughby, 1895. 37-69.

Title deeds and accompanying papers relating to the sale of a farm at Willoughby and Hogsthorpe to George Payne. Includes a plan of the farm.  4ANC2/D/37-69  1895

Draft conveyances and case papers with related letters and accounts, Dolwyddelon, Bettwsy Coed, Cae Coch sulphur mine (19-56)  4ANC2/E  1889-1910

74 items.

Draft merger of tithe rent charge Gwydyr township in the parish of Caernarvon with related letters.  4ANC2/F  1895

Contents:
6-95. Requisitions on title and related correspondence, Gwydyr + 1 Dolwydden.
1894-5.
96. Plan showing "Crown minerals" in Trewydyr parish" 1894. (C.S. 6")
97-99 Plan letters regarding allotments in Gwydyr parish n.d.
100-4. Plan and letters concerning the Crown claim to waste at Lake Cowlyd 1894-5.

Draft conveyances Dolwyddelen estate  4ANC2/G/1-101  1894-5

Box containing 6 bundles  4ANC3  [n.d.]

Contents:
4ANC3/'A' is wanting.

Abstracts of title Gwdyr & Dolwydden estates  4ANC3/B/1-15  1894-5

Contents:
3ANCIII/B/5. Counterpart lease of Pontbrenbedw slate quarry in Dolwyddenlen 1877.

Duplicate and draft conveyances, plans and related correspondence, various lots in Llanrwst estates  4ANC3/C/1-69  1884-5

Contents:
Some lease agreements 1883.
3ANCIII/C/38-42, 47-8 plans.

Sale of Gwydyr Castle, inventories of furniture, letters, plans and particulars  4ANC3/C/70-163  1894-6

Contents:
Sold to Lord Carrington after Lord Gwydyr refused it (3ANCIII/C/108-26).
3ANCIII/C/156. inventory of furniture including some of coronation chairs, Gobelins tapestry, a few pictures.

Extracts from tithe apportionment, township of Gwydyr, copies of rentals, abstracts of titles, Dolwyddelen estates  4ANC3/D/1-17  1894-5

Contents:
3ANCIII/D/1-2, 11-17 tithe charges.
3ANCIII/D/9.Lease of Prince Llewellyn quarry in Dolwyddelen, 1875.

Letters, chiefly from solicitors to Messrs. Warren concerning purchases  4ANC3/E  1894-99

bundles 1-23

Contents:
Bundle 6 Henry Carr (Perth agent) concerning various charges on Gwydyr estates, things excluded from sale of Gwydyr Castle etc. 1894-6.

Letters and vouchers connected with the sales  4ANC3/F  1894-6

bundles 1-41

Contents:
Bundle 25 applications for Gwydyr Castle "descriptive booklet"

Letters and vouchers, as 3ANCIII/F  4ANC3/G  [n.d.]

bundles 1-10

Gwydir Estate records  4ANC4  8 October 1970

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Rt. Hon. The Earl of Ancaster and subsequently


Gwydir Rent Roll  4ANC4/1  1684

Contents:
i.e. Welsh Estate

Gwydir Rental  4ANC4/2  1690

Contents:
i.e. Welsh Estate

Gwydir Rental  4ANC4/3  1765-6

Contents:
i.e. Welsh Estate

Welsh Estate Rental  4ANC4/4  1772-3

Survey of Gwydir Estate  4ANC4/5  1784-6

Contents:
A book of plans.
Wm. Williams, surveyor

Redaction of the 1784-6 survey made in 1790.  4ANC4/6  1790

Contents:
Inset, two or more rough plans dated 1812 and 1814.

Lady Mostyn's Charity Book  4ANC4/7  1748-96

Contents:
Names of widows receiving charity
At end, receipts for apprenticeship mones paid 1750-1781

Gwydir rental  4ANC4/8  1647

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Lord Ancaster 4 October 1974


Release by the Rt. Hon. Peter Lord Gwydir, and Lady Willoughby d'Eresby to the Duke and John Spranger esq., on closing the executorship accounts relating to the late Duke of Ancaster and Kesteven.  4ANC4/9  Dated 26 March 1801

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Lord Ancaster 18 February 1977


[no title or date]  5ANC

Source of acquisition: Documents deposited by
The Right Honourable the Earl of Ancaster at the Lincolnshire Archives Office, August and September, 1958.


Contents:
SUMMARY.
5ANC1. Title deeds.
5ANC1/1. Early mediaeval deeds, contents of wooden box.
5ANC1/2. Lindsey coast estates 17c.-19c. 21 bundles. Aby (2), Belleau, Brinkhill, Partney (3); Saltfleetby (3), Skendleby (4), Spilsby (4), Thorpe, Wainfleet, Welton, Boston
5ANC1/3. Grimsthorpe estates, 17c.-19c. 7 bundles. Swinstead and Little Bytham.
5ANC1/4. Heathcote, Lincolnshire estates, 17c.-19c. 7 bundles.
Folkingham, Hacconby (2), Kirkby Underwood, Rippingale, Sleaford, Walcot.
5ANC1/5. Heathcote, fee-farm rents, 1 bundle.
5ANC1/6. Heathcote, Rutland, 17c.-19c. 124 bundles. Empingham, Hambleton, Ketton (60), North and South Luffenham (16), Morcott (5), Filton, Edith Weston (40).
5ANC2. Family settlements.
5ANC2/A. Willoughby, 1682-1832. c.160 items.
5ANC2/B. Heathcote, 1790-1830. 27 items.
5ANC3. Manorial records.
Edenham, court roll, 1711-24.
Coggeshall Hall, co. Essex, 1522-1662.
5ANC4. Surveys and rentals.
5ANC4/A. Willoughby.
All estates, 1609; c.1825; 1869 (8); 1888.
Claxby and Mininsby, 1627, Francis Blithe.
Hasthorpe, 1616.
East and West Keal, 1615.
Spilsby, 1825 (2), 1846 (7), 1883.
Steeping, 1616.
Toynton, with maps and coloured frontis piece, 1614, Henry Valentine.
5ANC1. Title Deeds 1
5ANC2. Family Settlements 50
5ANC3. Manorial Records 60
5ANC4. Surveys and Rentals 61
5ANC5. Plans 68
5ANC6. Accounts 71
5ANC7. Estate Papers 80
5ANC8. Willoughby Family Papers 100
5ANC9. Heathcote Family Papers 102
5ANC10. Household, Cellar & Game Accounts 104
5ANC11. Case Papers 107
5ANC12. Printed matter 108
5ANC13. Miscellaneous documents 109

Title Deeds.  5ANC1  [n.d.]

A large wooden case, lid screwed down, labelled: "Valuable. Very old conveyances. W de E. Should not be shaken for the old seals will be very fragile."  5ANC1/1  [n.d.]

Source of acquisition: 5ANC1/1/40-45. A small group of Spilsby documents fastened together.


Contents:
These appear to be a group of documents selected for inclusion in the "Ancient Deeds" section of the H.M.C. Ancaster list, pp. 449-452.

2 detached 16thc. Seals  5ANC1/1  16th century

Contents:
Great Seal of Eliz I and Seal of the court

Notification of a grant.  5ANC1/1/1  c. 1150-60


Related information: Transcript in H.M.C. pp. 449-50.

Contents:
Ralf, son of Gilbert, to Ralf the villein, his brother.
Property: all his land in Steeping except 3 bovates once held by Tainca to be held by the service of half a knight's fee, and in return for his homage.
Witnesses: Walter the abbot of Kirkstead, Walter the prior, Richard the inclusus, Ralf the cellarer, William, son of Ael', Richard of Horncastle, Walter the chaplain of Bardney, Brothers Thori and Gosce and Ralf, son of Ralf, William Grim, Simon, son of William son of Hacon, John and Ancheti of Edlington, Pagan the mason, William of Puleberge, Reiner the cook, Adam Grim, Thomas of Kelstern and Edward Multon.
Seal tag.
Endorsement: (16th century) Stepyng.
Walter the abbot occurs c.1160, V.C.H. 11, 137; Richard the inclusus, Ralf the cellarer, Walter the chaplain of Bardney occur 1145-55, D.D.C. p. 108.

Notification of a grant.  5ANC1/1/2  Perhaps earlier 1150-60


Related information: Transcribed in H.M.C.p. 450.

Contents:
Ralf, son of Gilbert, to Ralf the rustic, his brother.
Property: all his land in Steeping, to be held for half a knight's service, four fifths of which Ralf will perform and one fifth Rodbertus Travers.
Witnesses: William, son of Cunen, Alfred of [Te]tford, Bodin of Fenne, Ernisius of Lenton, William, son of Alfred of Tetford, and Ralf, his brother.
Portion of equestrian seal; red wax.

Notification of a grant and confirmation.  5ANC1/1/3  c. 1175-1178


Related information: Transcribed in H.M.C.p. 450.

Contents:
Ralf, son of Ralf son of Gilbert, to Ralf the villein, his uncle.
Property: all the land in Steeping which the grantor's father gave to him, in return for four parts of the service of half a knight's fee.
Witnesses: Richard the abbot of Kirkstead, Simon of Crevecur, Peter of Scremby, John of Orby, William of Tetford, Ralf of Stainsby, Alan of Asterby, Simon of Firsby, Alan of Keal, Walter, his brother.
Equestrian seal, green wax. +Sir'm Radulfi fit' Radulfi fil Gileberti. c.f. another example in Misc. Dep. 39. L.A.A.S.R. 5.1. pp. 1-8.

Notification of a grant in free alms.  5ANC1/1/4  Late Henry II: Philip of Kyme I, D.L.C. 32,35,41 and 47, where Lambert, prior of Kyme, Walter of Alford, Elyas of Bourne and William Bacon all occur

Contents:
Philip of Kyme to the church of St. Mary of Kirkstead.
Property: common of pasture for their animals in Wildmore, as far as it belongs to his fee, that is to a twentieth part of Wildmore.
Witnesses: Lambert, prior of Kyme, Thomas, son of William of Heinton, Ralf, son of Ralf son of Gilbert, Humphrey of Well, Geoffrey of Clincamp, Walter of Alford, William, son of Thomas, William, the grantor's son, Elyas of Helpringham, Nicholas of Ros, William Bacun, William of Woodthorpe, Elyas of Bourne, Spiri the chamberlain.
Equestrian seal, green wax. + Sigil Chime.
Endorsements: XXVI. 11. 9 (13th century); Wyldmore (16th century).

Notification of a grant.  5ANC1/1/5  1189-95. [Hamo as Dean Fasti]

Contents:
Ramo the Dean and the Chapter of Lincoln to Robert, son of Osbert of Skidbrook.
Property: 40 acres of land and meadow in Skidbrook.
1. 5 acres in Magnhus croft.
2. 3 acres next to them on the west.
3. 5 acres in Suht hallecroft between Simon and Andrew of Somercotes.
4. 11 acres in Churcroft, next to these 5 on the north.
5. 2½ acres in Alfwinedeile.
6. 1½ acres in Wulfhou.
7. Half of Aicroft.
8. 4 acres of meadow between William Robir of Legbourne and Edmund of Saltfleetby.
Consideration: 12 pence, at Pentecost, for which Robert may acquire and hold land up to 2 bovates.
Fragment of chapter seal.
Endorsements: Capitulum Lincoln' (15th century); Skydebrok xlix (16th century).
(This land was granted to the chapter by Osbert, son of William of Skidbrook. Reg. Ant. 5.p. 175.)

Notification of a confirmation.  5ANC1/1/6  c. 1183

Contents:
Wydo of Creun to Roger, son of William of Huntingfield.
Text in Huntingfield cartulary, 3ANC2/1, No. 11; witnesses as in No. 10, ibid.
Seal: equestrian, natural wax, in linen skep.
Endorsements: ro cxxxvi (14c.) above seal tag.
Carta Wydonis de Creoun de confirm' cartarum Alani avi sui 7 Mauricii patris sui, etc. .11. (hand of 3ANC2/1).

Notification of a grant.  5ANC1/1/7  Mid 12th century. [Robert was second son of Walter de Gant and brother of Gilbert earl of Lincoln. Adeliza was a first wife. c.f. G.E.C.Vol.VII, p. 674, s.v. Lincoln.]

Contents:
Robert of Gant, with the consent of his wife, Adeliza Paganell, to the abbot and monks of Vaudey.
Property: 10 acres 1½ rods of his wood on the north side of the way called Levigatha in exchange for 10 acres on the south side of the same way which he previously gave to them but which Robert of Langhatun has claimed.
Witnesses: Anger and Michael, monks, Jordan, Remigius, Ralf of Bourne, Roger the smith, Ailsi and Syward, conversi of Vaudey, Hugh of Gaunt, Robert of Langathan, Ralf Scroph, Arebernus, Alanke, Ailbrict and Robert, his son, Le Franceis, Ovuti and Geoffrey, his son, Lambert, son of Godwin of Swinstead, Geoffrey Costard, Ralf the mason (cementarius) of Scottlethorp, William, son of Pagan, Nicholas, son of Godric of Ancaster.
Equestrian seal: natural wax, lacquered.
Endorsement: (14th century). Robt, de Gaunt de excambio x acrarum nemoris 7 unius rode.

Notification of an agreement (finals concordia).  5ANC1/1/8  Late Henry II (Adam appears in the Carte of 1166. L.A.A.S.R.3,ii, p. 131; C.T. Clay, "The Family of Amundeville".)


Related information: Abstracted in H.M.C. pp. 450-1.

Contents:
Robert of Amundeville and the abbot and monks of Vaudey.
Subject of agreement: the boundaries between Robert's wood in Scottlethorp (Scotelathorp) and the monks' wood of Herleshag on its eastern side, which are now defined by stones. Within the stones, but not beyond them the monks may clear and dig (extirpandum 7 fossandum) as they wish, but beyond them they are not to come except along a single path cut for the keepers of both woods.
Witnesses: Osbert the chaplain, William of Bayius, Adam of St. Alaudo, Hugh, son of Alan, Supir' of Bayuuis (sic), Hugh the provost, William of Walcot, Ralf of Thuuethorp.
Seal, equestrian, red wax. Sigill' + Roberti de Mundevil' +
Endorsement: (13th century). Roberti de Mundeville de divisa boscorum concordia. XXIIII. abbatie prima tabula.

Notification of a grant and confirmation.  5ANC1/1/9  Late Henry II

Contents:
Robert, son of Adam of Amundaville to the abbey and monks of Vaudey.
Property:
1. 13 acres of arable in Scottlethorp, in Folefeld and Kervelwheit next the abbey.
2. 4 acres in Rathweit given to them by his father.
3. 2 bovates in Scottlethorp given to them by David the priest who bought them from Adam. One is held by Geoffrey Saxeman and the other by Odo, son of Acka.
4. All claim in the cultura of Limpitwang.
Consideration: 20 shillings.
Witnesses: Ernisius of Neville and Hugh and Walter, his sons; Simon, parson of Ropsley, and Hugh, his brother; Nigel, parson of Sapperton; Adam of St. Laudo; Robert of Edenham; William, son of Nicholas; Hugh of Scottlethorp; William, son of Alan; Walter Morant.
Seal as in 5ANC1/1/8.
Endorsement: 13th century.
.xxiii. abbatie prima tabula. Roberti filii Ade de Amundeville.

Notification of a grant.  5ANC1/1/10  nd. [c. Henry II]

Contents:
Godwin of Edenham, son of Matilda Walkelin of Grimsthorpe, to the monks of Vaudey.
Property: 2 selions, making an acre in Wygotherothe in Edenham butting west on the way next Swinestedwong.
Witnesses: Gilbert of St. Laudo and Adam of Baiocis, knights; John of Cotes; Robert of Edenham; Thomas, son of Simon; Walter, son of Adam the cook, of Scottlethorp; Hubert of Scottlethorp.
Seal: conventional device; green and natural wax. S. Godwen
Endorsements: 13th century.
Carta de porta. XVII. Porte tabula prima.

Notification of a grant in fee.  5ANC1/1/11  Willoughby, Sunday, 24th October, 1294

Contents:
William, son of Robert of Wilughby, to Robert, his son, and Robert's heirs.
Property: his manor of Willoughby le Marsh with all his lands in Sloothby, Hardestorp, Hogsthorpe, Helleseie, (in Mumby), Langholm, Anderby, Daleby, Danmark (in Chapel St. Leonards), Altoft, Bountoft, Wainfleet, Slekholme, Ingoldby, Halbertoft, Ingoldmells, the advowsons of Willoughby, Hogsthorpe and Mablethorpe St. Peter, and the glebe of Mablethorpe; the service of Robert Acclum and his tenement in Galmeton, co. York. Saving to William his lands in Fenne, Fenton and Scrivelsby and the marriage of the heir of Robert of Ingoldby, once his free tenant.
Consideration: a rent of £34 sterling, payable at two terms.
Witnesses: Lord John Bek; Lord Ranulf of Otby; lord Adam of Ardern; lord William of Mablethorp; William of Thorp; Thomas of Boothby; Alan of Aggethorp; John of Caltoft; Simon of Swaby; Philip of Claythorp; William of Cockerington.
Seal: natural wax; equestrian figure with hawk. Sigill. Will'i de Wilhebi.
Counterseal, armorial, 4 crosstets ...ut voluntas tua
Endorsement: 14th century.
Willelmus filius Roberti de Willughby de manerio de Willughby.

Notification of a renewal and confirmation of a charter.  5ANC1/1/12  Newcastle-on-Tyne, 16th June, 1334

Contents:
Henry de Beaumont, earl of Boghane (Buchan) and Murref (sic) and constable of Scotland and Isabella, widow of lord John de Vesey, to the prior of Bridlington, Robert of Scarborough and the canons there.
Subject of confirmation: a grant by Gilbert of Gant to Bridlington of pasture for 400 sheep, 18 oxen, 10 cows, a bull and 40 pigs in Edenham, of his court for his men there and freedom for the canons from every type of exaction. Geoffrey of Boulton, a canon of the house was producing this charter, in defence of the priory's rights when John Cadinot, servant of Henry and Isabella, maliciously tore it.
Witnesses: Geoffrey le Scrop; William Herle and William of Devouni, justices of the lord king.
Seals: 1. green wax, equestrian
2. Armorial, cross and lion rampant + S' Isabel
Endorsement: 14th century.
Carta....... in vill' Edenham duplicata.
Abstracted in H.M.C., p.451. Copy, from the cartulary, printed in Chartulary of Bridlington Priory, pp. 422-3.
For Henry of Beaumont, G.C.E,ii,59.

Indenture of grant  5ANC1/1/13  11th June, 1372
Language:  French

Contents:
Robert of Willoughby, lord of Eresby, to John Mascall and Margaret, his wife.
Property: a life grant of a rent charge of £10 payable from the manor of Walcot, co. Norfolk, in return for the lands, rents and services of Margaret and John in Hundleby.
Witnesses: Ralf Cromwell, William of Willoughby, knights; Robert Bernak; Sir Henry Malbys, parson of Willoughby; Sir John of Ashby, parson of Spilsby; William of Friskney of Farlesthorp Eresby.
Seals: both red wax in natural bed.
1. Standing figure against diapered background. Device illegible.
2. Conventional device.
16th century endorsement.

Notification of an enfeoffment (? to uses).  5ANC1/1/14  Eresby in co. Lincoln. 25th April, 1376

Contents:
Robert of Willoughby, knight, to William of Ufford, earl of Suffolk, William of Huntingfield, Roger Scales, Robert Howord, knights, Henry Malbys, parson of Willoughby, John of Stickford, parson of Somercotes St. Peter, and William Michell of Friskney.
Property: manor and advowson of Lilford, co. Northampton, with its member called Hokyngton in co, Cambridge.
Witnesses: William La Zouche, lord of Harringworke, John Lovell, Henry del Grave, John of Holand, William of Skipwith, John Dymmok, knights, John of Haugh, William Paitfyn of Ormston, William Porthos of Pokebroke, Mr. James of Colenham, of Hokyngton, William Kyng of the same, Robert of Stamford of Lilford.
Seal: red wax, armorial [Bek].
Endorsements: 14th century.
ii. Northampton Cantabrig'

Notification of feoffment  5ANC1/1/15  Eresby, 25th April, 1376

Contents:
Parties: as in 5ANC1/1/14.
Properties: manors of Eresby, Willoughby, Toynton, Orby, Fulstow, Skidbrooke with Saltfleethaven, Theddlethorp, Cockerington, Langton, Whitehall Park, Scrivelsby, Wispington, Fulletby, Belchford with Donington and Goulceby, West Keal and Stickford.
Witnesses: Ralf Cromwell; William of Skipwith; John Dymoke; John of Totheby; William of Gipthorpe, knights; Robert Bernak; John of Haugh; Thomas of Thymylby; John of Langton; Hugh Tours.
Seal: as in 5ANC1/1/14.
Endorsement: 14th century. Lincoln'

Letter of attorney to deliver seizin of the same manors.  5ANC1/1/16  Eresby, 25th April, 1376

Arrangement: Attached to 5ANC1/1/15


Contents:
Robert of Willoughby to William of Sloothby, parson of a mediety of Theddlethorp St. Helen, Adam Sparowe of Toynton and Richard Sergeaunt of Spilsby.
Seal: as in 5ANC1/1/14.

Counterpart indenture of lease.  5ANC1/1/17  Eresby, 8th October, 1378

Contents:
Robert of Willoughby to Richard of Edlington and Alana (sic), his wife.
Property: his manor of Cockerington and a plot of meadow called Borowelledaille, in Somercotes, with all the appurtenances except wards, marriages and escheats.
Term: 80 years.
Rent: 6 silver pounds.
Witnesses: John of Cockerington and Thomas Gerberge (sic), knights; John of Danthorp of Cockerington; John Hervey, William Skot, Richard of Misson and Richard at Dyk, all of Skidbrooke.
Armorial seal, red wax. Sig. R[ic]ardi de Edlynton.

Notification of a quitclaim of right.  5ANC1/1/18  Boston, 31st October, 1378

Contents:
John of Stransale, parson of Boston; Richard of Newton of Boston and Robert Blaunkpayne of Scremby, chaplain to William of Scremby, son and heir of Richard of Scremby.
Property: all lands, services, etc., in the vills and fields of Scremby, Welton, Burgh, Ashby, Braytoft, Hogsthorpe, Reston and Gayton in le mersshe which they hold of William's feoffment.
Witnesses: John of Gillingham of Scremby, William Bernake of Burgh, Thomas of Rygg of Welton, William Aungefyn of Ashby, John Herre of Braytoft, Robert Bakester of Gayton.
3 seals.

Letters patent of assignment of the office of seizing and keeping of heirs in the fee of Durham within the county of Lincoln.  5ANC1/1/19  In our manor of Toft in Holland, 8th March, 1382/3

Contents:
Robert of Willoughby, lord of Eresby, keeper of the fee, to William Michell of Friskney, John of Fulstow, Thomas of Kirkby, Richard Goldyng and William Gatles junior.
Fragment of large seal with crowned head.

Indenture of defeasance of a bond in 100 marks acknowledged before the Lord Chancellor.  5ANC1/1/20  23rd April, 1383

Contents:
Robert of Willoughby, lord of Eresby, is bound to Lady Alyne Lestraunge, lady of Knokyn and to Philip le Despenser:
1. If Lucy, wife of William, Robert's eldest son, and daughter of Aline, dies within 5 years after the Wednesday after Epiphany last past without issue Robert and his heirs are to pay to Aline or Philip 400 marks within the two years after Lucy's death.
2. Lucy and William and their heirs are to be enfeoffed with the manors of Wheatacre, Edgefield and Walcott in co. Norfolk, or with land of equivalent value.
Two seals, one armorial (rubbed) ...dame Alyne lestrange.
Endorsement of enrolment on the dorse of the chancellor's roll among the writings for April.

Deed of appropriation and annexation.  5ANC1/1/21  In the chapter house at Lincoln, 3rd August, 1384

Contents:
Bishop John Buckingham assigns to the master and chaplains of the chantry of the chapel of Spilsby within the parish church of Eresby (sic), the church of Eresby with the chapel of Spilsby, because the existing revenues of the chantry, granted by John of Willoughby and Joan, his wife have decreased in value through the sterility of the soil, human pestilence and ruin of dwellings.
Consent of the subdean and chapter, of even date. Seals of the bishop and chapter, both much rubbed.
Attached to left upper corner: Receipt by Robert, Lord Willoughby for various evidences concerning the college at Spilsby which he is to take to London with the consent of John Gerrard, master, viz. 2 bulls indentures of William, lord Willoughby, William Hardegray and the bishop of Carlisle.
Abstracted in H.M.C. p.351.

Copy of 5ANC1/1/21  5ANC1/1/21a  15th century

Contents:
Folded inside 5ANC1/1/21.

Notification of a grant.  5ANC1/1/22  Eresby, 7th August, 1384

Contents:
Robert of Willoughby to John atte Houses, master of the chantry of Holy Trinity at Spilsby and the chaplains there.
Property: the advowson of the church of Eresby with the chapel of Spilsby.
Witnesses: John of Copuldyk, knight, Robert of Westmeles, John of Gunby, John Wace of Wainfleet, Thomas Tours of Burgh.
Armorial seal.

Notification of a grant.  5ANC1/1/23  Friday, 6th December, 1387

Contents:
John of Ashby, parson of Halton by Spilsby, Albinus of Enderby and Simon atte Fen of Halton to John, son of Richard son of Roger of Halton.
Property: a selion of arable in Halton west field, the common way called Toynton mare west.
2 seals.

Letter of attorney to deliver seizin.  5ANC1/1/24  3rd November, 1388

Contents:
John Bussy, knight, John of Haugh, William Bolle and John Chartere, vicar of Southwell, empower William of Clifton of Spilsby and Hugh of Friskney serviens of Eresby to deliver seizin to Henry Malbys, parson of Willoughby, William, parson of Braytoft, and William Michell of Friskney.
Property: lands of the feoffment of Henry Malbys and John of Ashby, parson of Halton in Great Steeping.
Four seals; 1, armorial, Sigillum Johannis Bussy;
2, armorial.

Notification of a quitclaim of right.  5ANC1/1/25  12th September, 1391

Contents:
Thomas Fitzwilliam, Thomas of Hagh, William, Robert and John of Cumberworth, John of Gunby to Robert of Willoughby, lord of Eresby.
Property: all lands, services and rights once belonging to William, son of Richard of Scremby, in Scremby, Grebby and Ashby, except for a rent charge of 3s. 1d. and a pound of cumin payable from Scremby.
6 seals on three tags: 1,2,4 and 6 armorial.
1, sig. Thome Fitz Will'mi.
2, sig. Thome de Hagh.

Notification of a grant.  5ANC1/1/26  Colthorpe, 31st August, 1391

Contents:
Michael De La Pole, knight, to Edmund De La Pole, knight, John Burton and Robert Bolton, clerks, and Robert James.
Property: manor of Colthorp, co. York.
Witnesses: Ralph Neville, Robert Nevill, John Busshey, knights, John Colthorpe, John Deyneill.
Armorial seal.
Endorsement of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll.

Notification, indented of a grant for the life of the grantee.  5ANC1/1/27  22nd September, 1391

Contents:
Robert of Willoughby, lord of Eresby, to Robert of Comberworth.
Property: all lands in Scremby, Grebby and Ashby which he formerly claimed against Robert of Comberworth.
Consideration: 20 shillings per year.
Witnesses: Ralph of Cromwell, Walter Taylboys, John of Copuldyk, knights, John Pong (sic) of West Rasen, Thomas of Eland.
Seal, armorial (? Comberworth).
Endorsement: Factum Roberti de Comberworth.

Notification of a quitclaim of right by feoffees.  5ANC1/1/28  3rd November, 1392

Contents:
John De La Warr and Philip Le Despenser, knights, Mr. Eudo La Zouche and Mr. Thomas La Warre, clerks, Henry Malbys, parson of Willoughby, William of Scrafield, parson of Braytoft and William Michell of Friskney to Robert of Willoughby, knight, son of Lord John of Willoughby, knight.
Property: manors of Eresby, Willoughby, Fulstow, Northcotes, Skidbrooke with Saltfleethaven, Theddlethorp, Cockerington, Mumby, Orby, Great Steeping, Langton, Whitehallpark, Scrivelsby, Fulletby, Wispington, Belchford, Lilford, counties Northampton and Cambridge, and Chatgrave, counties Norfolk and Suffolk.
4 seals remain; 3 blank tags. Seals 1 (De la Warr?); 2, (La Zouche); 3, (?) armorial.

Notification of a livery of seizin and quitclaim.  5ANC1/1/29  1st November, 1395

Contents:
Henry Malbys, William of Scrafield and William Michell of Friskney to Robert of Willoughby.
Property: all the lands in Great Steeping which they hold of John Bussy, knight, William Bolle and John Chartre, vicar of Southwell, and all the lands in East Kirkby of the gift of John at Park of Kirkby.
Witnesses: Thomas Tours, Thomas of Rig', senior and junior, all of Boothby, William, lord of Halton, John of Gunby.
Three seals.

Notification of a grant.  5ANC1/1/30  Holbeach, 11th January, 1397

Contents:
James de Roos, Knight, Richard la Launde and Robert Hagham, clerk, to Nicholas de Roos, clerk, John de Meres and John Pechel, clerk.
Property: land in Holbeach which they hold of the feoffment of William Whyte of Holbeach, now deceased, together with John, son of William of Sutton, and William Oldmedow, also now deceased:
1. Calfcroft in Toundogdrove, 8 acres, butting east on Toundogdrove.
2. Conyngerlond, 6 acres, le conynger north, pittcroft south, the way to Saltneygate west.
3. Pittcroft, 8 acres, le conynger west.
Witnesses: William of Flete and John of Holbeach, Knights, John de la Launde, Simon Sareson and William of Fleet of Holbeach.
3 seals: 1 and 2 armorial, (De S. Ricardi De la Launde).

Notification of a grant.  5ANC1/1/31  Holbeach, 22nd July, 1397

Contents:
John Meres and John Pechel, by the licence of the King and of other interested persons to the Prioress, lady Joan, and the convent of Greenfield.
Property: Land as in 30, for the celebration of the anniversaries of William of Thorp on 16th April and of Grace, his wife, on the feast of St. Edmund, King and Martyr (20th November).
Witnesses: William of Willoughby, lord of Eresby, Ralph of Cromwell, lord of Tattershall, John of Skipwith, John of Rochefort, Robert Bell of Boston.
2 seals: 1 armorial. (Meres, 3 water bougets).

Attached to 5ANC1/1/31 by a straw.  5ANC1/1/32  22nd July, 1444

Contents:
Quitclaim of right in the same land.
William Calowe, esq., of Holbeach, to the prior and convent of Greenfield.
Seal

Indenture of bond to effect an exchange.  5ANC1/1/33  15th October, 1400


Related information: Abstracted in H.M.C. p.451.

Contents:
William of Willoughby, lord of Eresby, and the abbot and convent of Kirkstead bind themselves in £200 to effect the following exchange, securing the appropriate papal and royal licences:
1. William is to grant to the abbot and convent the advowson and rectory of Wispington.
2. The abbot and convent are to grant to William their grange called Skreyngraunge and its appurtenances in Fishtoft, Skirbeck and Frieston, except a plot called Rowedyk held on a corn rent by Alan Romfar and also their croft called Fowlescroft which lies on the south side of Whitehall park in Martin by Horncastle.
Seal of the abbot and convent, rather rubbed.

Notification of a grant for life.  5ANC1/1/34  16th February, 1401


Related information: Abstracted in H.M.C. p.451.

Contents:
William Roos, lord of Helmsley, and Simon Felbrygg, Knights, Mr. Peter of Dalton and John of Tealby, clerks, William Michell and Albinus of Enderby to William of Willoughby, Knight.
Property: manor of Orby.
Rent: 20 silver pounds.
Seals: 6, of which 1 (Roos) and 2 (Felbryg) are armorial.

Notification of a grant.  5ANC1/1/35  24th September, 1405

Contents:
William Seymour of Halton, John Coupildyk, Knight, Richard Bradley, Walter Mone, chaplain, and William Johnson of Halton to William of Willoughby, Knight, John of Willoughby, John of Tealby, William Michell and Albinus of Enderby.
Property: water mill of Halton called le Newmyln, with 4 selions in Great Steeping.
Seals: 5; 1(Seymore), 2(Cobeldyk) and 3(Bradelay), armorial.

Notification of a grant in free alms.  5ANC1/1/36  3rd February, 1407

Contents:
William of Willoughby, lord of Eresby, John, son of Robert de Willoughby, John of Tealby, William Michel, Albinus of Enderby and Robert of Kirkby, parson of Bolingbroke, to William Hardegray, master of the chantry of Spilsby, in augmentation of the chantry's endowments.
Property: 4 messuages, 6 tofts, 60 acres of land, 12 acres of meadow and 16 shillings of rent in Ashby by Partney, Halton next Spilsby, Scremby, Winthorpe and Firsby, with the homage and service of William Haunchefyn, Agnes Hame, John Bryan and William Westby.
Seals: 6 on three tongues; 2(John of Willoughby) and 3 (William of Willoughby), armorial.

Indenture of lease for the grantor's life.  5ANC1/1/37  2nd September, 1410

Contents:
Joan, duchess of York, widow of William of Willoughby, once lord of Eresby, to Robert of Willoughby, lord of Eresby.
Property: the dower she has received from her former husband in Friskney, Ingoldmells, Tattershall, Hundleby, Miningsby, Biscathorp, East Kirkby and Thurlby, all parcel of the manor of Eresby and various lands and tenements in Spilsby:
1. Messuage and bovate, Robert Grynne.
2. Messuage and bovate, John Pynder.
3. A bovate, Agnes Couper.
4. A bovate, Alan atte Gate.
5. A messuage, 2 tofts, 1½ acres of arable, Robert of Beene.
6. 2 tofts, William of Grebby.
7. A messuage next the church, William Palfreyman.
8. A messuage, formerly William Lytster.
9. A toft, Isabella, widow of Laurence Sergeaunt.
10. A messuage and bovate, William Pedder.
11. A toft and bovate called Walkerland with a house next the road, John Baillif.
12. A croft and a bovate, John Cooke.
13. A messuage and toft, John Turnour.
14. A messuage and half a bovate, John Aleynson.
15. A toft and garden, Robert Tymson.
16. 2 tofts, Simon son of William Couper.
17. A cottage in Newport, John Pulman.
18. A toft, William Wyles, chaplain.
A messuage and Hawisia Colt's tenements, half a bovate, a toft called Nidtoft Rughburgh and a messuage, once of Richard of Wrangle, a house of Alexander le Sadiller, a booth, William Whitetoppe, a cottage, once Matilda Godehyne's with the south Clothbothes, a plot between the Clothbooths with the northern side of the Clothebothes, tenant Thomas Skynner, a messuage on the north side of the market place, a toft, Roger of Mablethorp, a toft, John Potter, a cultura called Chorlaycroft with a marlpitt, a messuage, bovate and plot, William Chaloner, a messuage, Margery Ussher, a toft, Eva Fanner, messuage and bovate, Roger Prechour, messuage and bovate, Henry Grayne, part of a booth next le Bocherye, part of a booth and a market plot (placea fori), Edmund Smyth, 2 cottages under one roof, called Wyndesore, a toft, Peter of Woodthorp, a messuage, Richard of Mareham, 2 water mills between Spilsby and Partney called Estmyln and Westmyln.
Rent: £97 18s., with power of distraint for non-payment.
Seal: armorial, the duchess of York.

Letter of attorney to deliver seizin  5ANC1/1/38  London, 1st May, 1412

Contents:
Thomas, bishop of Durham, Ralph, earl of Westmoreland, and John Legbourne appoint William Mablethorp, William Wrangle, John Mablethorp, John Raithby and William of Lincoln to deliver seizin to Richard Hethe, Brian de la Mare, John Yongwyn and Thomas Devell.
Property: manor of Creeton with advowson of Creeton and appurtenances in Creeton, Counthorp, Little Bytham and Burton Coggles (Southsykes and North sykes).
Seal: armorial (Ralph, earl of Westmoreland).

Indenture of grant.  5ANC1/1/39  27th August, 1413

Contents:
John of Tealby, John Bynbrok, rector of Trusthorpe, William of Lodyngton, John Standrop, John of Walton and Simon Ailleward of Well to Thomas of Walton, son of Robert of Walton of Cumberworth.
Property: all the lands which they hold of Robert's grant in Cumberworth, Mumby, Anderby, Hogsthorpe and Sloothby with the reversion of the tenement in Anderby held for her life by Thomas' sister Beatrice and the reversion of a croft called Connokcroft and a toft called Andrewsontoft in Cumberworth and of a plot builded in Cumberworth with 4 selions called Hickerygges.
Seals: 5, on three tongues.
2 (Lodyngton), armorial.

Royal letters patent of grant.  5ANC1/1/40  5th April, 1305

Contents:
King Edward I to Robert of Willoughby.
Property: a Monday weekly market and a yearly fair on the vigil, feast and morrow of St. James the Apostle, at his manor of Spilsby and a Thursday weekly market and a fair on the vigil and feast of Holy Trinity at his manor of Skidbrook.
Witnesses: A. bishop of Durham, W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, J. bishop of Carlisle, Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, Ralph Mortimer, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, Guy Beauchamp, earl of Warwick, John of Brittany the younger, Aymer de Valence, Hugh le Despenser, Robert de la Warde, steward of the household.
Great seal, green wax, on silk cords.
[Charter Roll, 33 Edward I, membrane 10. An earlier grant to John Bek, 7th October, 1255, Charter Roll. 40 was found in an envelope of c. 1890 with a note, "Spilsby market sold 1887", and a certified translation made 17th April, 1886 by Hardy and Page, record agents.]

Notification of a grant.  5ANC1/1/41  Scremby, 24th May, 1310

Contents:
Simon, son of Adam Dek of Partney, to Peter of Scremby.
Property: a toft called a third part del Vyvercroftes and an acre of arable on the west side of Partney millpond.
Witnesses: Alexander, son of Alan, Robert the tailor, Ralph of Boston, Anthony, son of Ralph of Boston, Ranulph of Grebby, Gilbert, son of Alice of Scremby, Adam of Drex', clerk, all of Partney.

Royal letters patent of licence of alienation.  5ANC1/1/42  8th February, 1353

Contents:
King Edward III grants to John of Willoughby junior and Joan, his mother, now the wife of William Smethewayt that they may complete the gift of advowsons and lands to the proposed chantry at Spilsby, licence for which was granted to John of Willoughby senior, first husband of Joan.
Great seal, green wax, slightly damaged, on silk cords.

Will of John Parker of Spilsby  5ANC1/1/43  20th May, 1522

Contents:
1. To be buried in the choir of Spilsby church.
2. His mass book, chalice, vestment, corporas, altar cloth, etc., to the Lady altar at Spilsby with his long chamlet gown and crimson velvet doublet to make 2 vestments.
3. 6s. 8d. to the fabric of Lincoln.
4. His master, lord Willoughby, his chain of gold with a cross to it, his best silver goblet with a cover, his salt with a cover, £7 in money, his best feather-bed, counterpain, a garnish of pewter pots, 2 best brass pots and pans, 2 best spitts.
5. An obit to be kept for him and his wife on St. Erasmus day by the master and brethren of the college.
6. £20 to the poorest of his kin in Warwickshire to be disposed of by his brother, William, who lives there and his nephew, Richard Parker, of Queens' College, Cambridge.
7. £10 to Richard Parker to "help hym to skole".
8. 13s.4d. to the altars of Coningsby and Raithby, Over and Nether Toynton, and 20 shillings to each house of friars in Boston; bequests to church fabrics, poor of Raithby, Toyntons, East Keal, West Keal, Hundleby, Ashby, Partney, Our Lady gild and Corpus Christi gild in Boston.
9. Wife's daughter, Jane Hompton, £20 and pots, pans and bedding worth £3 3s.4d.
10. Wife's wedding ring "pannced of gold" to be offered to our lady of Walsingham.
11. A flower of gold and stones, with a little signet of gold to Lady Hedon.
12. New house bought of Thomas Barker to the college of Spilsby for 2 obits for him and his wives, Elizabeth and Margaret, with a little pingle, a little close, a plot of meadow, all in Hannah.
13. His house in Hannah to the church and township of Spilsby, to pay the whole tax of Spilsby. Enough money for two tax payments is to be kept in a chest in the church.
Probate before John Alen, doctor of both laws, canon of the cathedral church of Lincoln and commissary of archbishop Wolsey, 16th Nov., 1522. Fragments of his seal, on a tongue.

Grant of the office of steward of all manors.  5ANC1/1/44  Bangor, 7th September, 1542

Contents:
Arthur, bishop of Bangor, and the cathedral chapter of Bangor to Charles, duke of Suffolk, master of the king's household.
Confirmation by the Dean and Chapter, 12th September, 1542
Signatures of the bishop, Robert Evans, dean, William Roberts, archdeacon of Merioneth, Ludovic Newburgh, treasurer, John Hawes, chancellor.
Seals: Fragment of bishop's seal, red wax; seal of chapter, black wax.

Notification of a grant.  5ANC1/1/45  14th September, 1547


Related information: Abstracted in H.M.C. pp.451-2.

Contents:
John Maltby, master, and the chaplains of the college of Spilsby to Katherine, duchess of Suffolk.
Property: all lands, manors and advowsons belonging to the college.
Seal of the college, red wax, rather rubbed.
Signatures of Thomas Maltby, George Darnton, Robert Jeffray, John Ettun.
Endorsement of livery of seizin.

Lindsey Coast Estates.  5ANC1/2  [n.d.]

Aby.  5ANC1/2/1  [n.d.]

Title deeds to 30 acres of land in Aby  5ANC1/2/1  1720-1835

21 items

Contents:
Including Swine Wood close, conveyed by Richard Caldicott to Lord Willoughby de Eresby in 1835.
Marwood - Leach - Wright - Jones - Caldicott - Willoughby

Aby, Belleau and Swaby.  5ANC1/2/2  [n.d.]

Letters patent.  5ANC1/2/2  4 Charles II (1662)

Contents:
At the petition of Montagu, Earl of Lindsey, Charles II grants to Sir Vere Bertie, one of Lord Lindsey's sons, the manors of Belleau, Aby and Swaby, the advowson of Belleau, together with 10 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow, 3 acres of pasture, 4 acres of wood in Claythorpe, Wainfleet, Ormsby and Strubby le Marsh, all of which was recently in the possession of Sir Henry Vane, who died attainted of High Treason. With Court Leet, View of Frankpledge, etc.
Term: 90 years.
Rent: 20 shillings per annum.
Also granting the remainder of a 20 years lease of the "Manor-place" of Swaby, with 30 acres of land, 20 acres of meadow and 100 acres of pasture, which had been leased to Sir Henry Vane in 1658 for 20 years by the President and Scholars of Magdalen College, Oxford.

Aby, Belleau and Swaby.  5ANC1/2/3  [n.d.]

Notification of a grant.  5ANC1/2/3/1  Swaby, 19th July, 1395

Contents:
Mr. John de Apole, Robert Knyght and Thomas de Haven, of Swaby to John of Swaby, merchant.
Property: All lands and tenements which they have of the gift and feoffment of Matilda Burbut in the vill and lands of Swaby and Walmesgate.
Witnesses: Robert Aubell, John Flantefoly, John Crede, Robert Sprotlyng, and John Neve plus multis aliis.
Seals: 3, brown wax, on tags.

Notification of a grant.  5ANC1/2/3/2  Swaby, 24th July, 1395

Contents:
John of Swaby, merchant, to Mr. John de Apole, chaplain.
Regranting all lands and tenements granted to him in (1).
Witnesses: As in (1).
Seal: Brown wax, on a tag.

Notification of a grant.  5ANC1/2/3/3  Walmesgate, 1st February, 1411

Contents:
William Boydale of Walmesgate to Mr. John Apole of Saltfletby, chaplain, staying in Swaby.
Property: 5 selions of arable land in the East field of Walmesgate, land of William lying to the north, and land of Mr. John (once John Smyth's of Swaby), lying to the south; abutting on Swaby Marsh to the east and on the land of John Skypwyabe to the west.
Witnesses: John Ackethorn, John Boydell and Robert Boydell of Walmesgate, Thomas de la Hanen and John Yueson of Swaby.
Seal tag.

Notification of a grant.  5ANC1/2/3/4  Swaby, 25th July, 1416

Contents:
John de Apull', parson of the church of Salmanby, to Walter de Apull', his brother, William son of John of Saltfletby, chaplain, Robert Knyght of Swaby and John Mason of the same.
Property: A piece (placeam) of land in Swaby with the homes built upon it, together with all other my lands and tenements in Swaby, Walmesgate and Ketelesby.
Witnesses: Thomas del Hanen of Partney, John Bawdwyn, John of Westlay, Robert Iueson and John Cartwryght, all of Swaby.
Seal lost.

Notification of a grant.  5ANC1/2/3/5  Walmesgate, 26th April, 1429

Contents:
John Bodyll of Walmesgate to Robert Bodyll of Walmesgate.
Property: All lands and tenements, meadow and pasture that I have in Walmesgate of the feoffment of William Bodyll of Walmesgate.
Witnesses: John Becloke, John Hakthorne, William Bodyll, Robert Walkar, William of Manby, all of Walmesgate.
Seal: On a tag. Brown wax, showing mounted knight, raising his sword to strike foot-soldier, holding shield. Legend: Ricardus Gomi Militis.

Notification of a grant.  5ANC1/2/3/6  Swaby, 8th September, 1542

Contents:
Thomas Laythorpe de Binwell, husbandman and Cristiana Laythorpe, his wife, to John Maltby of Bratesle, husbandman.
Property: A messuage and buildings in Swaby, with all lands, etc., appertaining to the said messuage, called Appull Thyng, in Swaby and Walmesgate.
In consideration of a certain sum of money paid by Maltby.
Seals: 2, red wax, on tags. Only small fragment of one survives; the other bears monogram "W".
On dorse: Note that possession and seisin were delivered on the date stated.
Witnesses: Thomas Paige of Braytoft, Thomas Goshawke of Louth, John Plome, George Anderson, William Johnson, John Harttley, Henry Dentt, John Johnson, all of Swaby, John Smyth and Robert Offichall, both of Burwell.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale.  5ANC1/2/3/7  8th September, 1542

Contents:
1. Thomas Laythorpe of Burwell, husbandman, and Crystyana Laythorpe, his wife.
2. John Maltby of Braytoft.
Property: As in 5ANC1/2/3/6.
Consideration: 40 marks. (£6 13s.4d. down and the rest in half-yearly payments of 50 shillings, at the Feasts of St. John the Baptist and the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary).
Seals: 2 tags. One seal missing. One of red wax with monogram "RH".

Notification of a grant.  5ANC1/2/3/8  Swaby, 10th September, 1542

Contents:
John Maltby of Braytoft, yeoman, to Thomas Paige of Braytoft, John Paige his son, John Curttes of Mukton, and Thomas Goshawke of Louth.
Property: All my lands, tenements, etc., in Swaby, Walmesgate and elsewhere in Lincs.
To hold to the use of Maltby.
Seal: Fragment, red wax, on a tag.

Notification of a grant.  5ANC1/2/3/9  4th August, 1544

Contents:
John Maltby, son and heir of Henry Maltby, to John Dyon, gentleman.
Property: A messuage, 40 acres of land, 20 acres of meadow and pasture with a close in Swaby and all other his lands etc., in Swaby and Walmesgate which were once in the possession of Richard Merycoke and which Henry Maltby purchased of Johanna Mericoke, widow of Richard.
Seal tag.

Copy of Court Roll.  5ANC1/2/3/10  Eresby 17th May, 1559

Contents:
View of Frankpledge of Sir Richard Berthew and his consort Katherine, Countess Willoughby de
Granted to William Bryyge, guardian of Richard James, during his minority, a cottage and appurtenances in Toft, between the land of Thomas Johson to the south and the high road of Toft on the north, abutting on the common on the east and land of Richard Jackson on the west.

Indenture of Bargain and Sale.  5ANC1/2/3/11  1st March, 1570

Contents:
1. John Dyon of Tathwell, esquire.
2. Richard Bertie of Eresby, Thomas Moryson and Francis Guevara, esquires, William Symcoke and Henry Egerton, gentlemen.
Property: His messuage, lands, etc., in Swaby and Walmesgate which he lately purchased of John Maltby; also all the lands he purchased of Francis Hargrave.
To hold to Richard Bertie's use for 40 years after that to their own use, unless Richard Bertie makes other provision.
Consideration: £62 10s.
John Dyon constitutes Thomas Emerson his attorney.
Seal lost.

Bond of John Dyon for £100, to perform conditions of 5ANC1/2/3/11.  5ANC1/2/3/12  1570

Award of William Metham and Andrew Gedney, arbitrators of dispute between Richard Bartie of Eresby, esq., and John Skipwith of Walmesgate, gent., and Lyon Skipwith his son, concerning land in Swaby and Belleau.  5ANC1/2/3/13  28th September, 1579

Contents:
1. A messuage and 7 oxgangs (each oxgang having 10 acres belonging to it) of land in Swaby long time held by Skipwith, of which Bartie claims some part as the inheritance of the Duchess of Suffolk, his wife, and some other part as belonging to a certain "thing" called "Hargrave's thing".
The arbitrators decide that the messuage and six oxgangs had been the inheritance of Richard See who sold them to one, John Kingstone, in about 32 Henry VIII; and that Kingstone gave the same to Lyon Skipwith. Therefore Bertie and his wife have no title to them.
One little close and oxgang of land had been the inheritcance of one Hargrave; and that the tenants had paid rent to Mr. Dyon, and after him to Mr. Bartie. These lands therefore awarded to Bartie.
Since the seven oxgangs have long been occupied together, and it is impossible to tell which is which, the arbitrators award that all lands specified in attached schedule shall be taken as belonging to the one oxgang called "Hargrave's inheritance", the property of Richard Bartie.
2. Whereas 10 acres of land should be attached to either side of each oxgang; it appears on survey that only 9½ acres belong to the oxgang in the North field. Therefore Richard Bartie is assigned only 8½ acres on the North side.
It is supposed that the lack is due to one Johnson, recently tenant, having sold part of the premises. If the lands can be recovered from Johnson or his assigns, Bartie is to have a further 1½ acres.
Schedule attached.
2 Seal tags.

Notification of a Quitclaim.  5ANC1/2/3/14  10th June, 1594

Contents:
John Austell, gent., of Swaby to Peregrine Bartie, Lord Willoughby.
Property: Messuage lands etc., in Swaby, lately held by Austell, of which Lord Willoughby was recently put in seisin because of the non-payment of the rent; also all other lands in Swaby in Austell's possession by virtue of the will of Richard Bartie, late of Grimsthorpe.
Seal tag.

Indenture of Grant.  5ANC1/2/3/15  1st May, 1597

Contents:
1. The Right Honorable Peregrine Bertie, Lord Willoughby.
2. Thomas Palfreman of Swaby, yeoman.
Property: Messuage etc., in Swaby, now occupied by Palfreman, with the cottage and 2 acres of land belonging. Braken close - 6 acres pasture: Maple close - 4 acres pasture; Katherine croft - 1 acre; Hill close - 1 acre and 2 roods pasture; Sougarthes close - 2 acres pasture; Connygarthe close - 8 acres pasture; Elder close - 1 acre pasture. Together with 160 acres of arable land in the fields of Swaby.
Term: 21 years.
Rent: £4 5s. per annum.

Mortgage  5ANC1/2/3/16  2nd June, 1620

Contents:
1. Bennony Wray of the Middle Temple, esq.
2. The Right Honorable Sir Robert Bartie, Lord Willoughby of Broke and Eresby.
Property: Manor of Belleau and Aby, as security for the repayment of £1400 owed to Wray by Lord Willoughby, at the rate of £100 per annum.
Recognizance before Sir Charles Caesar.
Seal armorial (of Wray).

Indenture of Mortgage (counterpart).  5ANC1/2/3/17  14th February, 1624

Contents:
1. Robert, Lord Willoughby of Breake and Eresby.
2. James Patterson of the parish of St. Dunstan's in the West, London, tailor.
Property: Manors of Aby, Belleau and Swaby.
Term: 21 years.
Seal "I.P." in filigree work.

Notification of revocation of grant.  5ANC1/2/3/18  14th November, 1650

Contents:
The Right Honorable Montague, Earl of Lindsey, declares void the indenture (25th May, 1632), whereby he granted to Sir George Manners, Sir Edward Hussey, Sir William Armyne, Sir William Pelham, Thomas Hatcher and Thomas Harrington, the rectories of Aby, Edenham, Swinstead and Hundleby.
Seal.

Bargain and Sale.  5ANC1/2/3/19  18th November, 1650

Contents:
1. Montague, Earl of Lindsey, Sir William Armyne, bart., of Osgodby and Sir Lewis Wattson, bart., of Rockingham, Northants.
2. Sir Henry Vane, junior, and Thomas Lister (both M.P.s).
Consideration: £300 paid to the Earl by the Commissioners for Compounding with Delinquents.
Property: Rectory or Parsonage impropriate of Aby, with all tithes and other appurtenances.
In trust that they should allow such Minister as the Committee shall from time to time appoint to take the rents, tithes, etc.

Lease.  5ANC1/2/3/20  19th November, 1650

Contents:
1. Vane and Lister.
2. Montague, Earl of Lindsey.
Property: Rectory or Parsonage impropriate of Aby, with all tithes and other appurtenances.
Term: 2000 years.
Rent: £30 per annum.

Articles of Agreement (copy)  5ANC1/2/3/21  9th December, 1650

Contents:
1. Montague, Earl of Lindsey.
2. Sir Henry Vane the younger of Fair Lane, Kent,
Regulating the payment by Vane of £8500, being the purchase money of the Manor of Belleau and other properties in Aby, Belleau and Swaby.

Indenture of Lease.  5ANC1/2/3/22  6th September, 1691

Contents:
Robert, Earl of Lindsey to Benjamin Billingsley, late of Hinchwick, Gloucs., gent.
Property: Capital messuage known as Belleau Hall with all appurtenances, a newly-erected house, and c. 50 acres of new-inclosed land, lately ploughed up, being part of the Open Park.
Term: 21 years.
Rent: £24 per annum.
Seal lost.

Belleau.  5ANC1/2/4  [n.d.]

Conveyance  5ANC1/2/4/1  10th July, 1861

9 items.

Contents:
By Thomas Turner of Theresthorpe, Saleby, brickmaker, to Lord Willoughby de Eresby of a close in Belleau.
With Abstract of Title and other related documents.

Aby.  5ANC1/2/5  [n.d.]

Deed of Covenant.  5ANC1/2/5/1  25th March, 1878

Contents:
Local Authority of Rural Sanitary District of Louth Poor Law Union to Baroness Willoughby de Eresby, agreeing to fence off a piece of land conveyed to them by her.

Belleau and Swaby.  5ANC1/2/6  [n.d.]

Title deeds to a cottage and appurtenances (1 acre) in Belleau; the close of pasture called Orchard Close (2 acres) in Belleau; close of pasture called Herring Close (3 acres) in Belleau; close of pasture called Herring Hill close (1½ acres) in Belleau; close of pasture adjoining Claythorpe field (4 acres) in Belleau; close of pasture called Rush Close (2 acres) in Belleau; and 16 acres of arable dispersed in fields of Belleau and Swaby  5ANC1/2/6/1-8  24th March, 1789

Contents:
All of which were before in the tenure of Matthew Sands and are now held by John Stokes. All conveyed to the Dowager Duchess of Ancaster, Brownlow, Duke of Ancaster, and John Spranger.
Heardson - Fowler - Burbidge - Ancaster.
1723-89.

Welton in the Marsh.  5ANC1/2/7  [n.d.]

Title deeds to lands including Prior's Close (4 acres) and Gowdam Closes (2½ acres).  5ANC1/2/7/1-19  1706-1810

Contents:
Gunnell - Hodgson - Hurd - Adlard - Richardson - Massingberd - Lord Gwydir
And
Landon - Adlard - Richardson - Massingberd - Lord Gwydir.

Welton in the Marsh.  5ANC1/2/8  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 7 acres of wood, conveyed by James Hairby to Sir Peter Burrell in 1784.  5ANC1/2/8/1-5  1677-1784

Contents:
Conveyed by Roger Fawne to John Boxwell in 1677, under the name of "Mr. Fawne's Wood": then Pilkington - Kinder - Hairby - Burrell.

Skirbeck.  5ANC1/2/9  [n.d.]

Title deeds of Fydell's Four Acres, and a close at Burton's Corner conveyed to Lord Gwydir by the Reverend John Law in 1797.  5ANC1/2/9/1-9  1739-1797

Contents:
Wyche - Law - Gwydir.
(Also Covenant to produce Title Deeds. Yerburgh to Gwydir, 1827).

Willoughby.  5ANC1/2/10  [n.d.]

Conveyance.  5ANC1/2/10/1  28th May, 1887

Contents:
Trustees of the Will of Lord Willoughby de Eresby to The Sutton and Willoughby Railway Company.
Property: 9 acres of land (plan attached).
Consideration: £1250.

Eresby etc.  5ANC1/2/11  [n.d.]

Release.  5ANC1/2/11/1  3rd August, 1654

Contents:
Montagu, Earl of Lindsey, to William Cokaine of London, esq., and Philip Armestrong of London, gent.
Property: Manors of Earsby, Spilsby, Gosberton, Doubledyke, Hanby, Willoughby and Welton, and all his lands in Toynton, Ashby, Halton, Firstney, Winthorpe, Gilby, Swaby, Stickforth, Thedlethorpe, Carlton, Stixwould, and Fulleby (once in the possession of Spilsby chantry); all his lands in Earsby, Hundleby, Spilsby, Greaby, Partney and Upper Toynton (part of the Honour of Warsby); together with all other lands which in 1605 the late Robert, Earl of Lindsey limited as a jointure for his wife.
To hold to the use of Montagu, Earl of Lindsey.

Burgh le Marsh.  5ANC1/2/12  [n.d.]

(Draft) Conveyance  5ANC1/2/12/1  14th May, 1847

Contents:
Lord Willoughby de Eresby to Mr. Samuel Vessey.
Property: Home Close (6 acres).
Consideration: £420.

Boston.  5ANC1/2/13  [n.d.]

Title deeds of a close of pasture (18 acres) and 2 acres of marsh land conveyed to Sir Peter Burrell in 1794.  5ANC1/2/13/1-11  1697-1794

Contents:
Aylward - Paley - Burnett - Berridge and Mutton - Scott - Burrell.

Also title deeds to a brewhouse and garden in Fountain Lane conveyed to Burrell by Scott in 1795.  5ANC1/2/13/12-15  1706-95

Hundleby.  5ANC1/2/14  [n.d.]

Deed of Exchange.  5ANC1/2/14/1  26th February, 1880

Contents:
Baroness Willoughby de Eresby and the Reverend J. B. Shelley.
Property: Lands shown on attached plan and schedule.

Partney.  5ANC1/2/15  [n.d.]

"Model Farm".  5ANC1/2/15/1  nd

Conditions of access: Withdrawn.

Partney.  5ANC1/2/16  [n.d.]

Contents:
Deeds relating to two exchanges of land

Lord Willoughby given parcels of land at Dalby and Sloothby, in return for a garden in Partney assigned to him by Thomas Wright Tonge.  5ANC1/2/16/1-3  9th February, 1833

Lord Willoughby conveys land in Dalby to George Wilson Madison, in return for a piece of land in Partney.  5ANC1/2/16/4-5  12th February, 1833

[no title or date]  5ANC1/2/17

Assignment.  5ANC1/2/17/1-18  25th May, 1827

Contents:
Henry Bourne and others to Augustus Warren, in trust for Baroness Willoughby de Eresby and Lord Gwydir.
Property: Mackinder's Two Acres (formerly called "Lower Close"), in Sloothby, Hall's Acre (formerly the "Brick Yard"), and Hatterby's Yard, both in Partney.
Together with abstracts of title and other related papers, 1822-7.

Saltfleetby.  5ANC1/2/18  [n.d.]

Title deeds and abstract of title to two closes (c. 30 acres in all), conveyed to uses, 1st and 2nd August, 1837.  5ANC1/2/18/1-5  1739-1837

Contents:
Lord Willoughby de Eresby to Jefferson Spranger and Henry Rogers.
Bennett - Hardwick - Ancaster.

Saltfleethaven.  5ANC1/2/19  [n.d.]

Title deeds to a messuage in Saltfleethaven, conveyed by William Hardy to Robert Hardwick in 1716.  5ANC1/2/19/1-7  1670-1716

Spilsby and Hundleby.  5ANC1/2/20  [n.d.]

Surrender.  5ANC1/2/20/1  15th December, 1730

Contents:
William Hardwick to Peregrine, Duke of Ancaster, of a lease by Robert, Marquis of Lindsey, of lands in Spilsby and Hundleby, to be released before 25th March, 1731.

Partney, Skendleby and Donington on Bain.  5ANC1/2/21  [n.d.]

Indenture of Exchange.  5ANC1/2/21/1  8th May, 1735

Contents:
William Hardwick and Carr Brackenbury, Peregrine, Duke of Ancaster, and Peregrine, Marquis of Lindsey.
Property: c. 12 acres of land in Partney granted by Hardwick and Brackenbury in exchange for 6 cowgates of land in Skendleby Cowpasture (or Skendleby Holmes), and one oxgang and several parcels of land in Donington on Bain.

Skendleby.  5ANC1/2/22  [n.d.]

Deeds and papers relating to conveyance of Clay Pits Close and other lands by the Reverend Edward Brackenbury to Peter, Lord Gwydir. 26th and 27th November, 1817.  5ANC1/2/22/1-8  1804-17

Skendleby.  5ANC1/2/23  [n.d.]

Conveyance (and Draft).  5ANC1/2/23/1-2  4th March, 1816

Contents:
Daniel, Mary and John Ashlin to Peter, Lord Gwydir.
Property: 2 acres of land in Skendleby North Field.

Skendleby, Partney, Willoughby, Hogsthorpe.  5ANC1/2/24  [n.d.]

Award of Henry Bourne, John Parkinson and John Hudson, Commissioners appointed under an Act of 30 George III, for dividing lands of Sir Peter Burrell in the right of the Baroness Willoughby de Eresby and the Reverend Edward Brackenbury.  5ANC1/2/24/1  30th October, 1790

Contents:
Schedule attached.

Wainfleet.  5ANC1/2/25  [n.d.]

Papers relating to exchange of lands between Lord Willoughby de Eresby and the Governors of Bethlem Hospital.  5ANC1/2/25/1-2  1899-1901

Contents:
(Lands described in schedule).

Thorpe St. Peter.  5ANC1/2/26  [n.d.]

Title deeds and abstracts of title to a close called the "Two Acres", in Low Dales, conveyed by Mason and Stockdale to Charles Drummond and Augustus Warren, 7th and 8th April, 1826.  5ANC1/2/26/1-7  1815-26

Contents:
Abstract begins 1676

Spilsby.  5ANC1/2/27  [n.d.]

Title deeds of a messuage conveyed by Mary Walls to Charles Drummond and Augustus Warren, 15th January, 1825.  5ANC1/2/27/1-8  1738-1825

Contents:
Ancaster - Greathead and Mathew - Walls.

Spilsby.  5ANC1/2/28  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 4 acres of Ings Ground conveyed by Edward Hairby to Lord Gwydir, 8th and 9th April, 1799.  5ANC1/2/28/1-6  1771-99

Contents:
Wayet - Hairby.

Spilsby.  5ANC1/2/29  [n.d.]

Title deeds of messuage in Horse Fair Lane and opposite the George Inn Yard, conveyed by George Stubbs to Sir Peter Burrell, 1st and 2nd May, 1792.  5ANC1/2/29/1-7  1682-1792

Contents:
Hutton - Stubbs.

Spilsby cum Eresby.  5ANC1/2/30  [n.d.]

Merger of tithes on various properties (described in schedule), by Lord Willoughby de Eresby.  5ANC1/2/30/1-2  29th January, 1858

Contents:
Plan enclosed

Great and Little Steeping.  5ANC1/2/31  [n.d.]

Reconveyance, by Commissioners for Fen drainage to Baroness Willoughby de Eresby and Lord Gwydir of land previously purchased from them but no longer needed.  5ANC1/2/31/1-8  23rd and 24th July, 1823

Contents:
Related papers include copies (printed) of Fendrainage acts, 1761; 1801; 1803; 1818.

Grimsthorpe Estates.  5ANC1/3  [n.d.]

Vaudey Estates.  5ANC1/3/1  [n.d.]

Letters Patent.  5ANC1/3/1/1  1st September, 1609

Contents:
James I grants to Edward, Earl of Hertford, license to alienate to Lord Willoughby de Eresby lands once belonging to the Priory of Vaudey in Lincolnshire.
Seal damaged.

Swinstead.  5ANC1/3/2  [n.d.]

Title deeds of lands in Swinstead conveyed to Lord Brownlow Bertie by Peter Bowen, 26th and 27th August, 1765.  5ANC1/3/2/1-27  1603-1765

Contents:
Alvey - Rivling - Peake - Johnson - Wiseman - Brickles - Wright - Hill - Wade - Bowen - Bertie.

Swinstead.  5ANC1/3/3  [n.d.]

Lease and Release.  5ANC1/3/3/1-2  10th and 11th November, 1784

Contents:
Mary and Robert Scoles to Brownlow, Duke of Ancaster.
Property: Messuage in Swinstead, now held by Ann Patchett, widow.
Together with previous conveyance, Peacock to Scoles, 1751.

Swinstead.  5ANC1/3/4  [n.d.]

Lease & Releases.  5ANC1/3/4/1-2  1768-1774

Contents:
Ann Moysey to Lord Brownlow Bertie.
Property:
1. 10 perches of land in Summer House Close.
2. The rest of Summer House Close - 2 acres.
1. 24th and 25th August, 1768.
2. 26th and 27th August, 1774.

Swinstead  5ANC1/3/5  [n.d.]

Contents:
With some Morton and Creeton, also Greetham etc., co. Rutland
Bundle of earlier title deeds, probably to properties in 5ANC1/3/2,3 and 4.
(Endorsement on 5ANC1/3/5/14 saying that Margery Mason al. Boule al. Walls, was grandmother of John Johnson, shows connection with 5ANC1/3/2).

Notification of a Grant  5ANC1/3/5/1  28th January, 1404

Contents:
Thomas Bedon to John, son of Robert Sawer of Swinstead.
Property: 9 acres of land in Swinstead:
2 acres in eight selions in the South field, to the north of a "cultura" once William Cantyng's in Brambuthagh;
1 acre lying above Heykeyr in three selions against land once of Alice del Weld to the north and abutting on headland, once Richard Chyldman's of Corby, to the east:
1½ acres in two selions to the west of the "cultura" of the said William Cantyng in Bymbulldell;
1 acre in one selion lying in North acres between land once John's, son of William, to the west and the land which John Brune held of the abbot of Vaudey to the east;
3 acres at Bethwayth in five large and three small selions, all abutting at the east end on land of William Cantyng and at the west end on land of the Abbot of Vaudey;
1 acre in the West field at Wellestrybe in four selions of which two lie between the land of Elizabeth once wife of Robert de Brune and of John de Brune, and abut to the north on the road to Swaffley; and the other two lie between lands once of Thomas Carpenter to the north, and lands once of John Sleygh to the south and abut to the west on Wellestrybe Hill.
Witnesses: John Golbe, chaplain, John Draper, Ralph Kinchard (?), John Cantyng, Hugh Reale, Roger at Hall, all of Swinstead.
Seal. On a tag, damaged. A rose.

Notification of a Grant. Swinstead.  5ANC1/3/5/2  13th January, 1457

Contents:
Richard Wodehach of Swinstead to Thomas his son and Margaret, Thomas' wife.
Property: A messuage lying between tenement of John Colville to the north, tenement of Elizabeth Barmeston to the south; together with all appurtenances and all his goods movable and immovable wherever they are to be found.
Witnesses: William Alyn, William Cantyng, and Thomas Drap, all of Swinstead, and Brother John Garforth of Stamford.
Seal. On a tag. A plant; clover or thistle (?).

Notification of a Grant. Swinstead.  5ANC1/3/5/3  30th January, 1462

Contents:
Edward Course of Swinstead and Elizabeth his wife, to Robert Mason of Swinstead and Johanna his wife.
Property: Cottage and 1½ roods of arable land.
The cottage situated between the open place of John Colwell to the east and the cottage of Thomas Gedney to the west. The land lying in Swalowdell between lands of William Porter to the west, and the Abbot of Vaudey to the east. All recently held by John Tallour and Mariote his wife, of Swinstead.
Witnesses: Thomas Webster, John Cantyng and William Coll, all of Swinstead.
Seals. 2, on tags, one fragmentary, the other has monogram "R".

Notification of a Grant. Swinstead.  5ANC1/3/5/4  20th June, 1547

Contents:
Agnes Glenn (?) of Oakham, Rutland, widow to Andrew Noell of Whytwell, Rutland, knight.
Property: Messuage, 3 cottages and 80 acres of land, with all and singular her other lands etc., in Swinstead.
Agnes appoints Ralph Wright her attorney.
Consideration: 20 marks.
Seal. On a tag. A plant.
On Dorse: Note of livery of seisin.
Witnesses: Robert Nichelson, Christopher Burton, Thomas Burrand, Henry Pye and John Hardy, all of Swinstead; Richard Cherne of Dembleby, Geoffrey Tyrley, John Bower (?), William Nichelson, all of Swinstead.

Notification of Bargain and Sale. Swinstead.  5ANC1/3/5/5  9th April, 1548

Contents:
Sir Andrew Noell of Whitwell, Rutland, to John Hakkett of Little Bytham, yeoman.
Property: As in 5ANC1/3/5/4.
Noell appoints John Myssyn and Laurence Whyttagars, yeomen, his attorneys.
Consideration: £22 13s.4d.
Seal. On a tag. An eagle displayed.

"Particulars of the lands which Robert Templer hath sold unto Thomas Gurland". Swinstead  5ANC1/3/5/6  n.d. Late 16th/early 17th cent

Indenture of lease (counterpart). Swinstead.  5ANC1/3/5/7  26th January, 1604

Contents:
1. John Hackitt of Creeton, gent.
2. Christopher Lambart of Swinstead.
Property: Messuage or cottage, now held by the said Christopher.
Term: 21 years.
Consideration: £6.
Rent: 10/- per annum.

Indenture of Apprenticeship.  5ANC1/3/5/8  17th April, 1607

Contents:
Thomas Guslard, son of George Guslard of Boothby, deceased, binds himself apprentice to Henry Axe of Bourne, webster.

Bargain and Sale. Swinstead.  5ANC1/3/5/9  20th March, 1608

Contents:
John Hackitt of Creeton, gent., to George Bowle of Bulby, yeoman.
Property: Cottage, etc., in Swinstead, now held by Christopher Lambarth, and previously by William Denton. Together with 9 acres of land.
(All described in an attached terrier).

Final Concord. Swinstead and Bytham.  5ANC1/3/5/10  13th February, 1609

Contents:
Robert Lawson, gent., Anthony Wilkinson, and John Hackett, gent., and Susanna, his wife.
Property: 16 messuages, 6 tofts, a windmill, 20 gardens, 10 acres land, 7 acres meadow and 20 acres pasture in Bytham and Swinstead.

Quitclaim. Swinstead.  5ANC1/3/5/11  7th May, 1609

Contents:
William Fowler of Bytham, yeoman, to George Bowle of Bulby.
Property: As in 5ANC1/3/5/9. (The cottage is described as lying between the capital messuage of Sir John Elmes to the south, and the cottage of ---- Tompson to the north, and abutting on the churchyard to the west and the high road to the east.)

Indenture of Lease (counterpart). Hanthorpe (in Morton parish).  5ANC1/3/5/12  10th March, 1619

Contents:
1. Thomas Guslard of Morton, weaver.
2. George Gromett of Morton, labourer.
Property: Cottage and backyard in Harmesthorpe where Henry Elsy lately dwelled, and one arable land lying at the yard's end.
Gromett to build two bays upon the house with a chamber over one of them before Michaelmas.
Term: 21 years.
Rent: 7/- per annum.

Quitclaim  5ANC1/3/5/13  17th June, 1623

Contents:
Thomas Taylor of Ropsley, labourer, to Thomas Guslard of Hanthorpe, weaver.
All manner of actions, debts, lands etc.

Will and Inventory of George Boule of Bulby  5ANC1/3/5/14  1633

Contents:
Deceased; together with grant of administration to his daughter, Margery Mason, al. Wells, als Boule.

Marriage Settlement Greetham, Cottesmore and Barrow.  5ANC1/3/5/15  1634

Very fragile

Contents:
Cicely Hill of Greetham, widow, to Henry Lea the younger of Empingham and Mary Pratt.
Granting to them her messuage at Greetham; and all her lands in Greetham, Cottismore and Barrow (all Rutland).
Proviso that they shall provide for her during her lifetime.

Marriage Settlement (counterpart), with Bond to Perform. Hanthorpe (Morton).  5ANC1/3/5/16  6th May, 1649

Contents:
1. Thomas Guslard of Harmethorpe, webster.
2. Thomas Mason of Swinstead, carpenter, and Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Guslard.
Property: Cottage in Harmethorpe where Daniel Plurett how dwells.
Term: 21 years.

Will  5ANC1/3/5/17  9th January, 1649/50

Contents:
Joan Blandrith of Harmthorpe, widow.
Residue of lands and dwelling-house to Ann Blandrith her daughter.

Quitclaim  5ANC1/3/5/18  20th November, 1651

Contents:
John Brandreth of Harmethorpe, carpenter, to John Guslard.
All manner of actions, debts, duties, lands etc.

Indenture of Grant and Bond to Perform. Swinstead.  5ANC1/3/5/19  6th April, 1659

Contents:
1. Thomas Mason of Swinstead, carpenter.
2. William Drewrie of the same, plumber.
Property: 1 land of arable in the West Field in Millbalke furlong.
1 land of arable in the same field in Crabtree furlong
1 land of arable in the same field in Chequers furlong
1 land of arable in the North Field in Hawe furlong
1 land of arable in the same field in Bummanhills Furlong
1 land of arable in the East Field in Leister Balk furlong
A lea in the same field in the Maples.
Common of pasture for 1 beast and 5 sheep.
Consideration: £28.

Bond to Perform.  5ANC1/3/5/20  20th April, 1659

Contents:
Elizabeth Plunger of Thurlby, widow, to Thomas Mason.
In £44.

Indenture of Lease. Creeton.  5ANC1/3/5/21  9th February, 1659/60

Contents:
Thomas Waters of Swinstead to Thomas Mason. A parcel of inclosed land containing 7 acres, commonly called Croke Hill, in Creeton.
Term: 4 years.
Rent: 25/- per annum.

Inventory.  5ANC1/3/5/22  10th October, 1660

Contents:
Goods and chattels of Thomas Mason.

Indenture of Mortgage Swinstead.  5ANC1/3/5/23  19th December, 1672

Contents:
George Mason of Corby, tanner, to Robert Kirke of Corby.
Property: Cottage and one little close, and 9 acres in the Town fields of Swinstead.
Consideration: 43/-; also payment of chirurgeon's and other bills incurred in the curing and healing of the said George Mason.

Quitclaim Hanthorpe  5ANC1/3/5/24  20th April, 1678

Contents:
John Mason son of Elizabeth, now wife of John Strawson, to William Drewry.
Property: Cottage and land in Hanthorpe, conveyed by lease and release, 8th and 9th December, 1675.

Bond.  5ANC1/3/5/25  19th February, 1680/1

Contents:
John Mason of Swinstead, shepherd, to William Drewry.
£10, to be paid on 2nd August next.

Bond to Perform  5ANC1/3/5/26  1st August, 1681

Contents:
William Drewry to Elizabeth Strawson.
In £60.

Swinstead.  5ANC1/3/6  [n.d.]

Title deeds of a cottage and lands conveyed to Lord Gwydir by Richard Towns of Lenton, farmer, 9th and 10th September, 1801.  5ANC1/3/6/1-8  1665-1801

Contents:
Buckbury - Kirke - Heardson - Fowler - Wallis - Towns - Gwydir.
(Several of the documents recorded in abstract of title are missing; nothing between 1665 and 1745).

Swinstead.  5ANC1/3/7  [n.d.]

Title deeds of house purchased by Lord Willoughby in 1832 but not conveyed in consequence of a doubt having arisen whether the parish could get two Justices to consent to the sale.  5ANC1/3/7/1-11  1705-1838

Contents:
Spencer - Swann - the Parish.

Little Bytham etc.  5ANC1/3/8  [n.d.]

Title deeds of messuage in Little Bytham and lands in Little Bytham, Careby, Castle Bytham and Creeton conveyed to Lord Brownlow Bertle by John Pell, 9th and 10th October, 1760.  5ANC1/3/8/1-11  1632-1760

Contents:
Lovett - Halre - Bayley - Morton - Pell - Bertie.

Little Bytham.  5ANC1/3/9  [n.d.]

Conveyance.  5ANC1/3/9/1  21st December, 1837

Contents:
Guardian of the Bourne Poor Law Union and Overseers of the Poor of Little Bytham to Lord Willoughby de Eresby.
Property: 5 cottages and gardens, now occupied by James Paine, Mary Caulton, Daniel Lyon, Philip Lound and John Steel.
Consideration: £60.

Heathcote Lincolnshire Estates.  5ANC1/4  [n.d.]

Hacconby.  5ANC1/4/1  [n.d.]

Title deeds of cottage and adjoining land conveyed to Lord Aveland by Charlotte Nevinson, 19th February, 1864.  5ANC1/4/1/1-12  1767-1864

Contents:
Wheatley - Brittain - Eldrett - Nevinson - Aveland.

Hacconby.  5ANC1/4/2  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 226 acres (described in schedule; also plan in 5ANC1/4/2/22), conveyed to uses by Lord Aveland to Francis Heathcote and others, 25th February, 1870.  5ANC1/4/2/1-22  1662/3 - 1870


Related information: cf. C.C. 76 for correspondence etc. relating to leases 1781 - 1852.

Contents:
Bishop of Lincoln - Ecclesiastical Commissioners Lord Aveland.

Walcott  5ANC1/4/3  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 56 acres of land (part of Mainwaring Estate), conveyed by William Fitzwilliam Burton to Lord Aveland, 6th April, 1859.  5ANC1/4/3/1-9  1780 - 1859

Walcott.  5ANC1/4/4  [n.d.]

Title deeds of cottage, Davey Close and Venison Yard conveyed by John Cooper of Falkingham to Gilbert John Heathcote, 24th-25th May, 1818.  5ANC1/4/4/1-4  1781 - 1818

Contents:
Quincy - Cooper - Heathcote.

Walcott.  5ANC1/4/5  [n.d.]

Conveyance of 10 cottages  5ANC1/4/5/1  20th March, 1838

Contents:
Guardians of the Poor of the Sleaford Union and Overseers of the Poor of Walcott to Sir Gilbert Heathcote.

Rippingale.  5ANC1/4/6  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 6 cottages conveyed by the surviving Trustee under the Will of Thomas Palmer to Sir Gilbert Heathcote, 11th October, 1854.  5ANC1/4/6/1-11  1707 - 1854

Contents:
Bell - Green - Skelton - Houghton - Palmer - Heathcote

Rippingale  5ANC1/4/7  [n.d.]

Conveyance of 17 cottages  5ANC1/4/7/1  24th August, 1837

Contents:
Guardians of the Bourne Union to Sir Gilbert Heathcote.

Syston etc.  5ANC1/4/8  [n.d.]

Letters Patent.  5ANC1/4/8/1  24th February, 1562

Contents:
Elizabeth I grants to Edward Fynes, Lord Clinton and Saye and William Thorold:-
Manor of Ciston [System]
Rectory of Laughton, once held by Sempringham Priory
Advowson of same
Advowson of Rectory of Newton
Lands in Folkenham, Billinghorough, Wikham
Hacconby and Stainfleet. prob. Stainfield no Bourne
Consideration: £881 14s. 5¾d.
Seal missing, but silk cords still attached.
(v. Cal. Par. Rolls, 1560-63, p. 311).

Kirkby Underwood.  5ANC1/4/9  [n.d.]

Conveyance of 5 cottages.  5ANC1/4/9/1  21st December, 1837

Contents:
Guardians of the Bourne Union and Overseers of the Poor of Kirkby Underwood to Sir Gilbert Heathcote.

Sleaford.  5ANC1/4/10  [n.d.]

Title deeds of a messuage, maltkiln etc., in the Westgate in Sleaford, together with a pew in the South Gallery of Sleaford Church conveyed by John Pearson, lately of Sleaford, to Charles Pearson of Sleaford, 5th and 6th April, 1833.  5ANC1/4/10/1-33  1741 - 1833

Contents:
Fawkes - Woodford - Preston - Pearson.

Coningsby, Dowsby, Hacconby, Kirby Underwood and Rippingdale.  5ANC1/4/11  [n.d.]

Arrangement: Conings by 5ANC1/4/11/1-7
Dowsby [5ANC1/4/11/8]
Hacconby [5ANC1/4/11/9-10]
Kirby Underwood [5ANC1/4/11/11]
Rippingdale [5ACN1/4/11/12-19]


Contents:
Bundle of Attested Copies of conveyances by Lord Willoughby de Eresby, (1st Earl of Ancaster from 1892).
All except 5ANC1/4/11/18 have plan attached.

Messuage, yard, garden and premises, to Miss M. A. Blackburn.  5ANC1/4/11/1  1st May, 1894

Messuage and gardens, to J. A. Lansdall.  5ANC1/4/11/2  1st May, 1894

Parcel of garden land, to Leonard Brown.  5ANC1/4/11/3  1st May, 1894

Paddock etc., to Frederick Soulby.  5ANC1/4/11/4  2nd May, 1894

Messuage, garden and paddock, to Miss Annie Lake.  5ANC1/4/11/5  10th April, 1895

Garden, to Herbert Carlton.  5ANC1/4/11/6  10th April, 1895

Dwellinghouse, yard, garden and premises, to Gant.  5ANC1/4/11/7  6th April, 1896

Parcel of land, to The Aslackby and Dowsby Separate Drainage Board.  5ANC1/4/11/8  19th April, 1905

135 acres, to J. Atkinson.  5ANC1/4/11/9  29th May, 1897

Cottage, gardens and premises, to Mrs. Elizabeth Lea.  5ANC1/4/11/10  30th May, 1898

Parcel of land, to Kirby Underwood School Board  5ANC1/4/11/11  14th May, 1896

Dwelling-house, yard, garden, paddock etc., to Miss Sarah J. Parrow and Mr. Edward Parrow.  5ANC1/4/11/12  6th April, 1892

Four cottages, to Henry Franks.  5ANC1/4/11/13  6th April, 1892

Dwelling-house, shop etc., to Miss Rebecca Franks.  5ANC1/4/11/14  6th April, 1892

Dwelling-house, outbuildings, yard, garden, and paddock, to Henry Franks.  5ANC1/4/11/15  13th June, 1893

Messuage, buildings, yard, garden and premises, to Miss H. Halford.  5ANC1/4/11/16  23rd June, 1894

Messuage, garden and premises, to John Laxton  5ANC1/4/11/17  10th April, 1895

Cottage and premises, to Joseph Whitney.  5ANC1/4/11/18  6th April, 1896

Land and chapel and buildings situate thereon, to Trustees of Kippingale Wesleyan Methodist Chapel.  5ANC1/4/11/19  21st April, 1908

Sleaford  5ANC1/4/12  [n.d.]

Deeds relating to a messuage and several cottages in Westgate Street, Sleaford, conveyed by John Preston of New Sleaford to Charles Rodgers of Old Sleaford.  5ANC1/4/12  1732 - 1834

Contents:
Abstract of title, drawn up in 1836.

Fee-Farm Rents  5ANC1/5/1  [n.d.]

Title deeds and correspondence relating to Fee-Farm Rents on the Manors of Binderton and Feltham, Sussex.  5ANC1/5/1-20  1640 - 1727

Contents:
Conveyed by John Atwood to Peter Burrell, 7th and 8th July, 1725.
Boys - Anderson - Lord Hawley and others - Pooton - Legg - Catt - Attwood.

Heathcote Rutland Estates.  5ANC1/6  [n.d.]

Edith Weston  5ANC1/6/1  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres of land (part of Great Close or Townsend Close) in Mill Field, conveyed by Henry Smith of Horbling to Lord Aveland, 6th April, 1868. Islip - Dyer - Wing - Sleatt - right - Smith - Aveland.  5ANC1/6/1/1-22  1724 - 1868

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/2  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres in Mill Field conveyed by Thomas Corbett Atkinson of Rippingale to Lord Aveland, 6th April, 1868.  5ANC1/6/2/1-3  1868

Contents:
Smith - Atkinson - Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/3  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres in Mill Field conveyed by Benjamin Smith of Horbling to Lord Aveland, 6th April, 1868.  5ANC1/6/3/1-3  1810 - 68

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/4  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres in Mill Field conveyed by Joseph Atkinson of Rippingale to Lord Aveland, 6th April, 1868.  5ANC1/6/4/1-4  1810 - 68

Contents:
Smith - Proctor - Smith - Atkinson - Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/5  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres of land in Sands Close conveyed by William Garfit of Boston to Lord Aveland, 13th December, 1867.  5ANC1/6/5/1-3  1811 - 67

Contents:
Tomblin - Clarke - Garfit - Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/6  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres in Sands Close conveyed by Charles Blomfield to Lord Aveland, 13th December, 1867.  5ANC1/6/6/1-3  1811 - 67

Contents:
Tomblin - Clarke - Blomfield - Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/7  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres in Heath Close conveyed by George Wiles of Horbling to Lord Aveland, 13th December, 1867.  5ANC1/6/7/1-4  1811 - 67

Contents:
Tomblin - Welbourne - Giles - Aveland

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/8  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres in Heath Close conveyed by the Reverend Thomas Heathcote to Lord Aveland, --- December, 1867.  5ANC1/6/8/1-4  1811 - 67

Contents:
Tomblin - Ellis - Sir Gilbert Heathcote - Thomas Heathcote - Lord Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/9  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres in Heath Close conveyed by Francis Heathcote to Lord Aveland, --- December, 1867.  5ANC1/6/9/1-8  1811 - 67

Contents:
Tomblin - Warner - Dewey - Matthews - Lucas - Sir Gilbert Heathcote - Francis Heathcote - Lord Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/10  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres in Heath Close conveyed by James Slator of Horncastle to Sir Gilbert John Heathcote, 31st January, 1856.  5ANC1/6/10/1-4  1811 - 67

Contents:
Tomblin - Cundy - Slator - Heathcote.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/11  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres of land in Heath Close conveyed by trustees under the will of Robert Turner to Lord Aveland, 31st July, 1862.  5ANC1/6/11/1-5  [n.d.]

Contents:
Tomblin - Turner - Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/12  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres in Heath Close conveyed to Lord Aveland by Osbert Cundy, 21st September, 1869.  5ANC1/6/12/1-8  1811 - 69

Contents:
Tomblin - Cundy - Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/13  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres in Sands Close conveyed by William and Richard Bailey to Lord Aveland, 6th April, 1868.  5ANC1/6/13/1-7  1811-68

Contents:
Tomblin - Bailey - Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/14  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres in Sands Close, conveyed by John Holland of St. Geots to Lord Aveland, 20th August, 1857.  5ANC1/6/14/1-3  1811-57

Contents:
Tomblin - Holland - Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/15  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres in Sands Close, conveyed by John Henry Curfit of Boston to Lord Aveland, 13th December, 1867.  5ANC1/6/15/1-4  1811-67

Contents:
Tomblin - Gee - Carfit - Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/16  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres in Sands Close conveyed by the Reverend Thomas Woodruff and Ellen Woodruff to Lord Aveland, 13th December, 1867.  5ANC1/6/16/1  1811-67

Contents:
Tomblin - Gee - Oldham - Woodruff - Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/17  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres in Mill Field conveyed by William Parker to Lord Aveland, 6th April, 1868.  5ANC1/6/17/1-4  1810-68

Contents:
Smith - Burrell - Parker - Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/18  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres in Mill Field conveyed by L. A. A. Tollemache to Lord Aveland, 16th December, 1868.  5ANC1/6/18/1-9  1810-68

Contents:
Smith - Manners - Tollemache - Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/19  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres in Mill Field conveyed by trustees under the Will of Robert Browning of Thurlby to Sir Gilbert John Heathcote. 31st July, 1855.  5ANC1/6/19/1-3  1810-55

Contents:
Smith - Browning - Heathcote.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/20  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres in Mill Field conveyed by Charles and Henry Bannister to Lord Aveland 31st October, 1861.  5ANC1/6/20/1-5  1810-61

Contents:
Smith - Proctor - Simpson - Bannister - Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/21  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres in Mill Field conveyed by Mary Clarke of Coningsby to Sir Gilbert John Heathcote, 31st July, 1855.  5ANC1/6/21/1-5  1810-55

Contents:
Smith - Langdale - Clarke - Heathcote.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/22  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres in Mill Field conveyed by William Wilkinson of Aslackby to Lord Aveland, 6th April, 1868.  5ANC1/6/22/1-3  1810-68

Contents:
Smith - Worth - Wilkinson - Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/23  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres in Mill Field conveyed by Edis Smith of Thurlby to Lord Aveland. 10th October, 1868.  5ANC1/6/23/1-2  1845-68

Contents:
John Smith - Edis Smith - Lord Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/24  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres in Mill Field conveyed by John Heathcoat Amory of Tiverton (Devon), to Lord Aveland, 28th October, 1868.  5ANC1/6/24/1-3  1810-68

Contents:
Smith - Wood - Amory - Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/25  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres in Middle Close conveyed by James Harliss of Coningsby to Lord Aveland, 29th May, 1861.  5ANC1/6/25/1-4  1811-6

Contents:
Tomblin - Smith - Harliss - Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/26  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres in Middle Close conveyed by Robert and Emma Kelham of North Luffenham to Lord Aveland, 24th April, 1857.  5ANC1/6/26/1-6  1811-57

Contents:
Tomblin - Douthwaite - Smith - Kelham - Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/27  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 1½ acres in Middle Close conveyed by John Grummitt of Haconby to Lord Aveland, 18th December, 1867.  5ANC1/6/27/1-4  1811-67

Contents:
Tomblin - Manton - Cleed and Willson - Grummitt - Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/28  [n.d.]

Title deeds of three parcels of 2 acres each in a 12 acre close conveyed to Sir Gilbert Heathcote, 29th August and 13th September, 1849, by Benjamin King of Woodham Ferrers, Essex, John King, lately of Empingham and John King of Farcet Fen respectively.  5ANC1/6/28/1-8  1813-49

Contents:
Islip - King - Heathcote.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/29  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 4 acres in West Lands Close (formerly purchased by the late Sir Gilbert Heathcote of Robert Tomblin), conveyed to Sir Gilbert John Heathcote:- 2 acres from John Brown of Burley, Rutland, 6th April, 1854; 2 acres from Stephen Brown of North Luffenham  5ANC1/6/29/1-6  9th June, 1854

Contents:
Heathcote - Brown - Heathcote.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/30  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres in Heath Close conveyed by George White of Lobthorpe to Lord Aveland, 21st February, 1868.  5ANC1/6/30/1-8  1811-68

Contents:
Tomblin - White - Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/31  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 parcels of land, each of 2 acres, in Sands Close conveyed by Henry Rogers and the Reverend Thomas and Sophia Best to Lord Aveland, 26th January, 1867.  5ANC1/6/31/1-5  1811-67

Contents:
Tomblin - Burcham - Rogers and Best - Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/32  [n.d.]

Conveyance of a cottage and 2 acres of land in Middle Close  5ANC1/6/32/1  9th October, 1811

Contents:
Robert Tomblin of Edith Weston to the Reverend James Langhorne of Coningsby.

Together with receipt for purchase money of the cottage and land  5ANC1/6/32/2  30th November, 1815

Contents:
Christiana Langhorne, (widow of the Reverend James), to Sir Gilbert Heathcote.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/33  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 acres in Middle Close conveyed by Anne Lamb to Lord Aveland, 4th November, 1862.  5ANC1/6/33/1-4  1811-62

Contents:
Tomblin - Lamb - Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/34  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 1¾ acres in Middle Close conveyed by Cuthbert Gill to Lord Aveland, 10th December, 1867.  5ANC1/6/34/1-2  1841-1867

Contents:
Gleed and Wilson - Gill - Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/35  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 1¾ acres in Middle Close conveyed by T. C. Batterham of Morton to Lord Aveland  5ANC1/6/35/1-3  19th December, 1867

Contents:
Gleed and Wilson - Batterham - Aveland.

Greetham and Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/36  [n.d.]

Title deeds of a messuage in Greetham and 2 acres in Middle Close in Edith Weston conveyed by the Reverend John Shrapnel Warren of Langtoft to Lord Aveland, 18th December, 1867.  5ANC1/6/36/1-4  1811-67

Contents:
Tomblin - Lamb - Warren - Aveland.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/37  [n.d.]

Conveyance  5ANC1/6/37/1-2  1st June, 1866

Contents:
John Jackson and others to Lord Aveland
Tithes on lands in Edith Weston described in attached plan and schedule.
With related correspondence.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/38  [n.d.]

Title deeds of Fee Farm Rent of £2/2/-. on a mansion-house and lands, conveyed by W. P. and the Reverend H. D. Rawnsley to Lord Ancaster, 13th September, 1898.  5ANC1/6/38/1-7  1823-98

Contents:
Hardwicke - Rawnsley - Ancaster.

Edith Weston.  5ANC1/6/39  [n.d.]

Conveyance (with related papers).  5ANC1/6/39/1-7  26th January, 1921

Contents:
Stafford Vere Hodgkin to Lord Ancaster. Advowson of St. Mary's, Edith Weston.

Empingham.  5ANC1/6/40  [n.d.]

Conveyance (and related papers).  5ANC1/6/40/1-6  11th July, 1912

Contents:
The Reverend Thomas Owen, with the approval of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, to Lord Ancaster.
Glebe farm-house and lands.

Little Hambleton.  5ANC1/6/41  [n.d.]

Conveyance  5ANC1/6/41/1  25th March, 1892

Contents:
The Reverend W. H. Jackson of Stagsden Vicarage, Bedfordshire, to Lord Willoughby de Eresby.
£16 Tithe Rent on 79 acres described in a schedule.

Pilton.  5ANC1/6/42  [n.d.]

Conveyance  5ANC1/6/42/1  10th November, 1853

Contents:
Guardians of the Uppingham Union and Overseers of Pilton to Sir Gilbert Heathcote.
A cottage, lately used for the poor of Pilton.

North Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/43  [n.d.]

Title deeds of Carter's Close conveyed by John Eagleton of South Luffenham to Sir Gilbert Heathcote, in exchange for a close of 8 acres in South Luffenham, 17th/18th November, 1828.  5ANC1/6/43/1-16  1630-1828

Contents:
Watts - Sampson - Hurst - Martin etc. - Woodcock - Allin - Walbanks - Cunnington - Fancourt - Parsons - Eagleton - Heathcote.

North Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/44  [n.d.]

Title deeds of property (described in schedule) conveyed by the mortgagees of William Gilford to Lord Aveland  5ANC1/6/44/1-12  25th March, 1868

Contents:
Wing - Clarke - Price - Fancourt - Gilford.

North Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/45  [n.d.]

Title deeds and other papers (including a plan) of a messuage and lands conveyed by Robert Heathcote to Lord Aveland, 25th July, 1879.  5ANC1/6/45/1-24  1671-1879

Contents:
Weaver - Bretfield - Turner - Sherman - Hopkinson - Heathcote.
Barker - Wing - French - Hopkinson - Heathcote.

North Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/46  [n.d.]

Title deeds of a messuage and lands (described in schedule) conveyed by Samuel Barber to Sir Gilbert John Heathcote, 20th July, 1854.  5ANC1/6/46/1-3  1796-1854

Contents:
Heathcote - Barber - Heathcote.

North Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/47  [n.d.]

Title deeds of a cottage and garden conveyed by John Cooper to Sir G. J. Heathcote, 6th July, 1855.  5ANC1/6/47/1-3  1809-55

Contents:
Clarke and Morris - Newton - Cooper.

North Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/48  [n.d.]

Conveyance.  5ANC1/6/48/1  10th October, 1882

Contents:
Robert Heathcote, John Wilson Wilson and Ida Grosvenor Wilson to Lord Aveland.
Parcel of ground (No. 50 in Enclosure Award).

North and South Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/49  [n.d.]

Papers relating to 2 acres in the fields of North and South Luffenham conveyed by Charles and Sarah Tucker to Lord Aveland, 3rd April, 1860.  5ANC1/6/49/1-5  1847-60

Contents:
Pridmore - Tucker - Aveland.

South Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/50  [n.d.]

Conveyance  5ANC1/6/50/1  24th May, 1838

Contents:
1. Guardians of the Poor of the Uppingham Union, and Overseers of the Poor of South Luffenham.
2. Sir Gilbert Heathcote.
Property: 5 tenements.
Consideration: £70.

South Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/51  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 5 messuages etc., conveyed to Lord Aveland, 24th June, 1858  5ANC1/6/51/1-10  1664-1868

Contents:
Mr. John Islip of Empingham conveyed 3 messuages, Mr. Edward Porter of Clipsham conveyed 1 messuages, Mr. Alexander Jack, late of Stamford, now of Richmond, Colony of Victoria, conveyed 1 messuage.

South Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/52  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 roods 14 perches in Morcott Field conveyed by Mary Mackling, of Barrowden, to Lord Aveland, 12th July, 1860.  5ANC1/6/52/1-3  1855-60

Contents:
Sapcote - Mackling - Aveling.

South Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/53  [n.d.]

Title deeds of a piece of land in the South Field, adjoining Barrowden Baulk, conveyed by James Turner to Lord Aveland, 3rd August, 1860.  5ANC1/6/53/1-3  1857-1860 (Abstract of Title from 1761)

Contents:
Jackson - Turner - Aveland.

South Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/54  [n.d.]

Conveyance (with Abstract of Title and correspondence.  5ANC1/6/54/1-4  17th August, 1860 (Abstract from 1855)

Contents:
Frances Doria, widow of Alexander Doria of Manton, esq., to Lord Aveland.
Property: A piece of land in the South Field.
Consideration: £35.

South Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/55  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 3 messuages etc., conveyed by Catherine Smith and Frederick Johnson (devisees of William Smith, late of Easton, Northants.,), to Lord Aveland, 31st December, 1868.  5ANC1/6/55/1-8  1823-68

Contents:
Pridmore - Smith - Aveland.

Luffenham, Pilton, Manton and Langham.  5ANC1/6/56  [n.d.]

Lord Aveland to the Midland Railway Co.  5ANC1/6/56/1  11th October, 1856

Contents:
Grant for 99 years (from 1851) of right to lay pipes for supply of water at Luffenham station, at a rent of £2 10s. per annum.

The Midland Railway Co., to Lord Aveland.  5ANC1/6/56/2  11th October, 1856

Contents:
Conveyance of lands at North and South Luffenham, Pilton, Manton and Langham (plan and schedule attached), which the Railway had contracted to sell to the late Sir Gilbert Heathcote.
Consideration: £1252.

London and N.W. Railway Co., to Lord Aveland.  5ANC1/6/56/3  21st October, 1859

Contents:
Conveyance of lands in South Luffenham (plan and schedule attached), which the Railway had contracted to sell to the late Sir Gilbert Heathcote.
Consideration: £208 8s. 9d.

South Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/57  [n.d.]

Title deeds etc., relating to lands conveyed by Thomas H. Jackson to Lord Aveland, 30th May, 1857.  5ANC1/6/57/1-27  1658-1857

Contents:
Yeomans - Holmes - Pridmore - Fawlks - Sapcote - Jackson.
Bates - Sapcote - Jackson.

North and South Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/58  1890-1920

Contents:
Bundle of duplicates and copies of conveyances from Lord Willoughby de Eresby, later 1st Earl of Ancaster, and from the 2nd Lord Ancaster.

Horse and Panniers Inn, N. Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/58/1  24th June, 1890

Contents:
G. and H. R. Hunt.

House, garden and land, N. Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/58/2  15th July, 1892

Contents:
William Newman

Piece of land and outbuildings, N. Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/58/3  3rd Feb., 1893

Contents:
William Newman

Messuage, buildings, etc. N. Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/58/4  30th Dec., 1893

Contents:
Thomas William Dickens.

3 messuages, gardens, and premises, S. Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/58/5  10th April, 1895

Contents:
Henry Barfield

Fox and Hounds Inn, N. Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/58/6  10th April 1895

Contents:
Lowe, Son & Cobbold, Ltd.

5 dwelling-houses, S. Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/58/7  30th Sept., 1895

Contents:
T. C. Molesworth, Jun.

2 roods 3 perches of land in N. Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/58/8  5th Nov., 1898

Contents:
Midland Railway Co.

Lane Close, S. Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/58/9  6th April, 1899

Contents:
John Royce

Piece of Land in N. Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/58/10  4th Feb., 1902

Contents:
Gertrude C. Conant.

Messuage, butcher's shop & premises, S. Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/58/11  30th April, 1902

Contents:
Thornton Bros.

3 roods 31 perches of land at S. Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/58/12  6th April, 1906

Contents:
Henry Dixon

2 cottages at N. Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/58/13  1st May, 1906

Contents:
Ernest Guy Fenwick

Property at N. Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/58/14  6th April, 1907

Contents:
Robert and Alexander John Rose.

2 cottages etc. in S. Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/58/15  11th Oct. 1907

Contents:
William Charles Pridmore.

2 pieces of land in S. Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/58/16  11th Oct., 1907

Contents:
J. W. Stapleton.

Land and buildings, S. Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/58/17  6th April 1908

Contents:
Wm. Charles Pridmore Jr. & John Thomas Pridmore.

3a. 3r. 5p. of land at S. Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/58/18  15th April, 1908

Contents:
Edward Richard Brett Binns

2 pieces of land in S. Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/58/19  23rd April, 1908

Contents:
J. R. and Thomas Stubbs

Hereditaments in N. Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/58/20  27th April, 1908

Contents:
John James Springthorpe

Property in N. Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/58/21  21st July, 1908

Contents:
Robt. and Alexander John Rose.

97 acres in N. & S. Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/58/22  8th Oct., 1908

Contents:
Wm. Charles Pridmore Jr. John Thomas & Pridmore.

M. Luffenham Hall.  5ANC1/6/58/23  11th April, 1911

Contents:
E. G. Fenwick

1 acre in N. Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/58/24  2nd April, 1912

Contents:
Charles Atter.

Messuage and land in N. & S. Luffenham.  5ANC1/6/58/25  10th March, 1920

Contents:
M. V. English

Rutland and Hunts.  5ANC1/6/59  [n.d.]

Contents:
Bundle of conveyances.

House, land and premises, Barrowden.  5ANC1/6/59/1  6th April, 1892

Contents:
Stubbs, Bros.

14 acres of land. Barrowden.  5ANC1/6/59/2  6th Jan., 1909

Contents:
Frank Augustine Pridmore

3 closes of pasture, Bisbrooke.  5ANC1/6/59/3  12th Nov., 1907

Contents:
Rowland Turner

2 closes of pasture. Bisbrooke.  5ANC1/6/59/4  29th May, 1908

Contents:
Rowland Turner

Dwelling-house etc. Bisbrooke.  5ANC1/6/59/5  1st August, 1908

Contents:
Alfred William Turner

20 acres of land. Bisbrooke.  5ANC1/6/59/6  7th Oct., 1908

Contents:
Edward Dalton

Piece of land, Glaston.  5ANC1/6/59/7  24th August, 1901

Contents:
Hon. Percy Cecil Evans-Freke.

Piece of land. Glaston.  5ANC1/6/59/8  24th August, 1901

Contents:
Mrs. Catherine Shelton

Farm. Glaston & Bisbrooke.  5ANC1/6/59/9  9th Nov., 1905

Contents:
Hon. P. C. Evans-Freke.

378 acres. Gunthorpe & Manton.  5ANC1/6/59/10  5th April, 1906

Contents:
Charles Harvey Dixon.

Farm. Middle Hambleton.  5ANC1/6/59/11  15th May, 1895

Contents:
Thomas Fryer

129 acres. Langham.  5ANC1/6/59/12  11th April, 1912

Contents:
John Thomas Hollis.

Land for a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. Morcott.  5ANC1/6/59/13  21st May, 1892

Contents:
John Wesley Sneath and others.

Messuage and 2 parcels of land. Morcott.  5ANC1/6/59/14  8th May, 1900

Contents:
Mrs. Mary Ann Tyler.

Messuage and hereditaments. Morcott.  5ANC1/6/59/15  11th Oct., 1907

Contents:
Mrs. Elizabeth Edgson.

Cottage and land Morcott.  5ANC1/6/59/16  11th Oct., 1907

Contents:
John Joyce.

Piece of land Morcott.  5ANC1/6/59/17  15th Nov., 1907

Contents:
Walter Lambert

Piece of land. Morcott.  5ANC1/6/59/18  16th April, 1908

Contents:
Walter Lambert.

2 closes of land. Brooke Rd., Oakham.  5ANC1/6/59/19  6th April, 1896

Contents:
H. J. Everitt

Close of land. Brooke Rd., Oakham.  5ANC1/6/59/20  6th April, 1896

Contents:
B. A. Adam.

"George Inn" Brooke Rd., Oakham.  5ANC1/6/59/21  - April, 1896

Contents:
James Hole & Co.

Barn and Hereditaments. Near to Mill Street Oakham.  5ANC1/6/59/22  31st August, 1896

Contents:
George Smith.

Piece of land. Pilton.  5ANC1/6/59/23  14th Nov., 1908

Contents:
Mrs. Ida Grosvenor Wilson.

Close of land. Preston.  5ANC1/6/59/24  13th Nov., 1907

Contents:
Thomas William Lawrence.

30 acres of land Uppingham.  5ANC1/6/59/25  6th April, 1908

Contents:
Rowland Turner

Piece of land. Meadow Road, Hemingford Grey (Hunts).  5ANC1/6/59/26  5th August, 1898

Contents:
John Wilson Wilson.

Manton.  5ANC1/6/60  [n.d.]

Title deeds of a messuage and hereditament conveyed to Lionel Edward Heathcote by the Reverend Thomas Kaye Bonney, 26th October, 1816  5ANC1/6/60/1-7  1763-1858

Contents:
And of an orchard conveyed to Heathcote by Edmund Robins, 19th November, 1858.

Morcott  5ANC1/6/61  [n.d.]

Title deeds of an estate (schedule attached), conveyed to Sir Gilbert Heathcote, 16th August, 1816  5ANC1/6/61/1-47  1727-1816

Contents:
By (a) William Allen and others
(b) Thomas Stimson and others.

Morcott  5ANC1/6/62  [n.d.]

Conveyance  5ANC1/6/62/1  29th December, 1840

Contents:
Mary and Ann Barker of Lyndon, Rutland, spinsters, to Sir Gilbert Heathcote.
Property: A plot of land in Simonford Hill, plan attached.
Consideration: £110.

Morcott.  5ANC1/6/63  [n.d.]

Title deeds of lands in the North Field and 2 cottages conveyed by John Gilson to Lord Aveland, 14th November, 1863  5ANC1/6/63/1-11  1839-63

Contents:
Barrow - Clarke - Jackson - Gilson.

Morcott.  5ANC1/6/64  [n.d.]

Conveyance and abstract of title.  5ANC1/6/64/1-2  10th July, 1867

Contents:
William Rudkin Morris and others to Lord Aveland, 1a. 0r. 39p. of land.
Abstract from 1819.

Morcott.  5ANC1/6/65  [n.d.]

Title deeds of lands conveyed by the devises in trust of Thomas Draper Harrison to Lord Aveland, 23rd December, 1868.  5ANC1/6/65/1-5  1820-68

Contents:
Barrow - Adams - Harrison.

Morcott.  5ANC1/6/66  [n.d.]

Title deeds of a close in the North field conveyed by Augustus Charles Johnson to Lord Aveland, 26th February, 1870.  5ANC1/6/66/1-2  1820-70

Contents:
Barrow - Johnson - Aveland.

Morcott  5ANC1/6/67  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 1a. 3r. 8p. conveyed by John Simpson to Lord Aveland, 17th April, 1871.  5ANC1/6/67/1-3  1820-71

Contents:
Barrow - Simpson - Aveland.

Morcott  5ANC1/6/68  [n.d.]

Title deeds of a parcel of land conveyed by Zaccheus Atkinson to Lord Aveland, 7th February, 1873.  5ANC1/6/68/1-2  1820-73

Contents:
Barrow - Atkinson - Aveland.

Morcott and Lound (Lincs.)  5ANC1/6/69  [n.d.]

Title deeds of: (a) Lound - Homestead and piece of land Top and Bottom closes; Ploughed close; (b) Morcott - Parcel of land; Cottage and garden; Orchard and garden; conveyed to Lord Aveland, 7th April, 1862, by the Hon. Peregrine Francis Cust, by the direction of Charles Birch Reynardson.  5ANC1/6/69/1-25  1602-1862

Contents:
(a) Law - Sharman - Reynardson - Aveland 1749-1862
(b) Broughton - Brightmore - Fox - Reynardson - Aveland.
1602-1862.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/70  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Dunstan's close conveyed by the Reverend George Heathcote to Lord Aveland, 31st August, 1883.  5ANC1/6/70/1-5  1810-83

Contents:
Heathcote - Gutteridge - Walker - Morris - Heathcote - Aveland.

Ketton  5ANC1/6/71  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Dunstan's close, conveyed by Lord Ancaster to F. G. Sinclair, 7th May, 1908, in exchange for another piece of land. Plans attached.  5ANC1/6/71/1-4  1810-1908

Contents:
Heathcote - Gutteridge - Aveland - Sinclair.

Ketton  5ANC1/6/72  [n.d.]

Title deeds and other papers relating to part of Shelvedale Close, conveyed by Richard Gooud to Lord Aveland, 24th April, 1868.  5ANC1/6/72/1-9  1810-68

Contents:
Heathcote - Macdonald - Gooud - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/73  [n.d.]

Title deeds relating to part of Oak Style close, conveyed by Joseph Grummitt to Lord Aveland, 19th December, 1876.  5ANC1/6/73/1-8  1810-76

Contents:
Heathcote - Hodgkin - Grummitt - Aveland.

Ketton  5ANC1/6/74  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Land close, conveyed by Samuel Stokes to Lord Aveland, 11th October, 1872.  5ANC1/6/74/1-3  1810-72

Contents:
Heathcote - Eldred (als. Eldrett) - Stokes - Aveland.

Ketton  5ANC1/6/75  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Homeward Hay close, conveyed by E. J. Grummitt to Lord Aveland, 30th June, 1871.  5ANC1/6/75/1-5  1810-71

Contents:
Heathcote - Ward - Longstaff - Poole - Grummitt - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/76  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Great Dunstan Close, conveyed by Mrs. Martha Parker and others to the Hon. Claud H. D. Willoughby, 17th December, 1894, and by him to Lord Ancaster, 20th May, 1926.  5ANC1/6/76/1-9  1810-1926

Contents:
Heathcote - Wyche - Hardy - Parker - Willoughby.

Ketton  5ANC1/6/77  [n.d.]

Bargain and Sale and Release.  5ANC1/6/77/1-2  1st and 2nd January, 1810

Contents:
Lord Northwick to Sir Gilbert Heathcote.
Bushy Close, Somerton Close, Oak Stile Close, Land Close, Spinney Close and spinney adjoining, Far Hay Close, Homewood Hay Close, Shelverdale Close,
Under Hay Close, Doe Pits Close and Great Dunstan Close.
Consideration: £4094 5s. 5d.

Hugh Jackson to Thomas Syson.  5ANC1/6/77/3  2nd January, 1810

Contents:
Assignment of a term of 500 years in the above-mentioned lands, in trust for Sir Gilbert Heathcote.

Sir Gilbert Heathcote to Lord Northwick.  5ANC1/6/77/4  1810

Contents:
Grant of a yearly rent charge of 1s.11d. per acre on the above lands, for part payment of tithes thereon.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/78  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Oak Stile Close, conveyed by Robert and Ann Bunning to Lord Aveland, 7th February, 1873.  5ANC1/6/78/1-3  1810-73

Contents:
Heathcote - Bunning - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/79  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Under Hay Close conveyed by Sarah and John Poole to Lord Aveland, 10th April, 1873.  5ANC1/6/79/1-7  1810-73

Contents:
Heathcote - Blindal - Poole - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/80  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Doe Pits close, conveyed by John Thomas Alexander of Empingham to Lord Aveland, 14th January, 1870.  5ANC1/6/80/1-7  1810-70

Contents:
Heathcote - Bloodworth - Buckworth - Heathcote - Alexander - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/81  [n.d.]

Title deeds and abstract of title to part of Oak Stile close, conveyed by Robert Pykett to Lord Aveland, 2nd September, 1870.  5ANC1/6/81/1-4  (1810) 1852-1870

Contents:
(Heathcote - Gibbons) - Banks - Pykett - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/82  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of War Hay close, conveyed by Richard Quincey of Rippingale to Lord Aveland, 29th November, 1870.  5ANC1/6/82/1-5  1810-70

Contents:
Heathcote - Mawby - Heathcote - Quincey - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/83  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Under Hay Close, conveyed by John Paul Oliver to Lord Aveland, 11th October, 1881.  5ANC1/6/83/1-4  1810-81

Contents:
Heathcote - Cragg - Oliver - Aveland.

Ketton  5ANC1/6/84  [n.d.]

Title deeds and other papers relating to part of Homeward Hay close, conveyed by William M. Casswell of North Ormsby to Lord Aveland, 29th September, 1883.  5ANC1/6/84/1-10  1810-83

Contents:
Heathcote - Dawson - Casswell - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/85  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Great Dunstan close, conveyed by George Casswell of Gosherton to Lord Ancaster, 5th October, 1894.  5ANC1/6/85/1-5  1810-94

Contents:
Heathcote - Leaton - Casswell - Ancaster.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/86  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Homewood Hay Close, conveyed by John Burkitt of Swayfield to Lord Aveland, 6th April, 1863.  5ANC1/6/86/1-5  1810-63

Contents:
Heathcote - Gibson - Burkitt - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/87  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Far Hay Close, conveyed by John Compton Laurance of Dowsby Hall to Lord Aveland, 14th August, 1868.  5ANC1/6/87/1-6  1810-68

Contents:
Heathcote - Hart - Thorpe - Pawlett - Laurance - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/88  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Great Dunstan's Close, conveyed by Joseph Travers Smith to Lord Aveland, 1st September, 1869.  5ANC1/6/88/1-6  1810-69

Contents:
Heathcote - Ward - Smith - Preston - Smith - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/89  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Homeward Hay Close, conveyed by John Chambers of Folkingham to Lord Aveland, 26th October, 1871.  5ANC1/6/89/1-5  1810-71

Contents:
Heathcote - Hall - Chambers - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/90  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Oak Stile Close conveyed by Joseph Scales of Dousby to Lord Aveland, 31st December, 1872.  5ANC1/6/90/1-7  1810-72

Contents:
Heathcote - Green - Hall - Smith - Scales.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/91  [n.d.]

Conveyance  5ANC1/6/91/1  31st December, 1872

Contents:
Henry Michael Ansell of Manthorpe, Lincs., to Lord Aveland.
Property: Part of Oak Stile Close.
Consideration: £150.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/92  [n.d.]

Title deeds of 2 parcels of land in Land Close conveyed by Thomas Laurance of Hacconby to Lord Aveland, 7th January, 1873.  5ANC1/6/92/1-4  1810-73

Contents:
Heathcote - Chapman - Laurance - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/93  [n.d.]

Conveyance.  5ANC1/6/93/1  25th March, 1873

Contents:
John Boyfield Marshall of Saltby, Leics., to Lord Aveland.
Property: Part of Under Hay Close.
Consideration: £119 12s.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/94  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Land Close, conveyed by Isaac Teasdale of Hacconby to Lord Aveland, 7th April, 1873.  5ANC1/6/94/1-4  1810-73

Contents:
Heathcote - Day - Teasdale - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/95  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Oak Stile Close, conveyed by Robert Younger Roberts to Lord Aveland, 12th April, 1873.  5ANC1/6/95/1-5  1810-73

Contents:
Heathcote - Younger - Roberts - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/96  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Shelverdale Close conveyed by John Moyer Heathcote, of Cannington Castle, Hunts., to Lord Aveland, 23rd January, 1875.  5ANC1/6/96/1-4  1810-75

Contents:
Sir Gilbert Heathcote - John Heathcote - John Moyer Heathcote - Lord Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/97  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Far Hay Close conveyed by Charles Peach of Barrowden to Lord Aveland, 11th November, 1881.  5ANC1/6/97/1-5  1810-81

Contents:
Heathcote - Mossop - Peach - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/98  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Oak Stile Close conveyed by Morris Tonge of Harrow, Middlesex, to Lord Aveland, 11th November, 1881.  5ANC1/6/98/1-10  1810-81

Contents:
Heathcote - Marvin - Aistrup - Cuthbert - Heathcote - Tonge - Morris - Tonge - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/99  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Homeward Hay Close conveyed by William Munton Laurance of Dunsby to Lord Aveland, 17th April, 1882.  5ANC1/6/99/1-4  1810-82

Contents:
Heathcote - Laurance - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/100  [n.d.]

Conveyance, with Requisitions on title, etc.  5ANC1/6/100/1-5  3rd October, 1885

Contents:
Relating to 3a. 1r. 35p. of land conveyed by Hussey Packe of Prestwold near Loughborough to Lord Aveland

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/101  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Far Hay Close conveyed by G. M. Pyne and N. D. Watson Smyth to Lord Willoughby de Fresby, 19th August, 1889.  5ANC1/6/101/1-9  1810-89

Contents:
Heathcote - Webster - Hough - Smyth - Willoughby.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/102  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Doe Pitts Close conveyed by Richard Royce of Empingham to Lord Willoughby de Frosby, 13th June, 1890.  5ANC1/6/102/1-3  1839-90

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/103  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Far Hay Close conveyed by Henry Westwood Hoffman to Lord Ancaster, 15th August, 1904.  5ANC1/6/103/1-7  1810-1904

Contents:
Heathcote - Dawson - Oates - Hoffman - Ancaster.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/104  [n.d.]

Conveyance, Abstract of Title etc.  5ANC1/6/104/1-5  15th January, 1906

Contents:
Relating to part of Shelverdale Close, conveyed by Trustees of the Will of Major William Joseph Mathews to to Lord Ancaster and others, Trustees of Sir Gilbert Heathcote's Will

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/105  [n.d.]

Abstract of Title and title deeds relating to 2 pieces of land conveyed by the Dowager Lady Cranworth and Louisa Boothby Heathcote to Lord Ancaster, 9th August, 1920.  5ANC1/6/105/1-4  1908-20


Related information: For earlier title v. 5ANC1/6/71

Contents:
Ancaster - Sinclair - Heathcote - Ancaster.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/106  [n.d.]

Title deeds of Spinney Close, conveyed by Edward Wilkinson, late of Horbling but now of Hastings, to Lord Aveland, 27th October 1860.  5ANC1/6/106/1-8  1810-60

Contents:
Heathcote - Christian - Wilkinson - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/107  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Far Hay Close conveyed by James Marshall of Chadwell, Leics., to Lord Aveland, 28th January, 1863.  5ANC1/6/107/1-6  1810-63

Contents:
Heathcote - Spencer - Marshall - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/108  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Homeward Hay Close, conveyed by Edmund Pawlett to Lord Aveland, 6th April, 1869.  5ANC1/6/108/1-5  1810-69

Contents:
Heathcote - Dawson - Pawlett - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/109  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Doe Pits Close, conveyed by Richard Jackson and others (trustees under the Will of Thomas Peach) to Lord Aveland, 25th March, 1870.  5ANC1/6/109/1-4  1870

Contents:
Heathcote - Porter - Peach - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/110  [n.d.]

Title deeds etc., relating to part of Shelverdale Close, conveyed by the Reverend W. A. and the Reverend J. Peacock to Lord Aveland, 18th April, 1870.  5ANC1/6/110/1-11  1870

Contents:
Heathcote - Cheales - Peacock - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/111  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Great Dunstan's Close, conveyed by Thomas Syson to Lord Aveland, 16th May, 1871.  5ANC1/6/111/1-6  1810-71

Contents:
Heathcote - Brittain - Syson - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/112  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Doe Pits Close, conveyed by John Thomas Bacon to Lord Aveland, 30th June, 1871.  5ANC1/6/112/1-4  1810-71

Contents:
Heathcote - Pauling - Bacon - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/113  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Under Hay Close, conveyed by Edward Gray to Lord Aveland, 24th January, 1873.  5ANC1/6/113/1-7  1810-73

Contents:
Heathcote - Howett - Gray - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/114  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Doe Pits Close, conveyed by Robert Edward Younger to Lord Aveland, 7th April, 1873.  5ANC1/6/114/1-8  1810-73

Contents:
Heathcote - Wancourt - Younger - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/115  [n.d.]

Conveyance by James Atter, a trustee under the Will of Nathaniel Allen, to Lord Aveland of part of Shelverdale Close  5ANC1/6/115/1  [n.d.]

Contents:
18th August, 1864

Will (copy) of Nathaniel Allen  5ANC1/6/115/2  14th June, 1861. Proved, 5th May, 1863

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/116  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Under Hay Close, conveyed by Francis Gilbert to Lord Aveland, 11th October, 1864.  5ANC1/6/116/1-6  1810-64

Contents:
Heathcote - Gilbert - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/117  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Oak Stile Close, conveyed by Charles Spreckley to Lord Aveland, 31st March, 1865.  5ANC1/6/117/1-9  1838-65

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/118  [n.d.]

Title deeds of two pieces of land in Doe Pits Close, conveyed by George James Nutt to Lord Aveland, 7th November, 1866.  5ANC1/6/118/1-11  1810-66

Contents:
Heathcote - Tewson Nutt - Aveland.
Heathcote - Pridmore Nutt - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/119  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Oak Stile Close conveyed to Lord Aveland by Richard Quincey, surviving trustee under the Will of Thomas Jaques, 6th April, 1868.  5ANC1/6/119/1-6  1810-68

Contents:
Heathcote - Jaques - Aveland.

Ketton  5ANC1/6/120  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Great Dunstan's Close, conveyed by William Holmes to Lord Aveland, 4th September, 1968.  5ANC1/6/120/1-7  1810-68

Contents:
Heathcote - Hinman - Haynes - Holmes - Aveland

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/121  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Homeward Hay Close, conveyed by Trustees of the Will of James Ward to Lord Aveland, 21st April, 1875.  5ANC1/6/121/1-4  1810-75

Contents:
Heathcote - Ward - Aveland.

Ketton  5ANC1/6/122  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Oakstile Close, conveyed by Thomas Mitchell to Lord Aveland, 9th November, 1875.  5ANC1/6/122/1-8  1810-75

Contents:
Heathcote - Newcomb - Johnson - Heathcote - Mitchell - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/123  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Oak Stile Close, conveyed by Henry Hodgkin to Lord Aveland, 9th February, 1877.  5ANC1/6/123/1-3  1810-77

Contents:
Heathcote - Hodgkin - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/124  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Oak Stile Close, conveyed by Henry Chapman to Lord Aveland, 3rd December, 1879.  5ANC1/6/124/1-11  1810-79

Contents:
Heathcote - Whymant - Smith - Heathcote - Chapman - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/125  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Oak Stile Close, conveyed by John Grummitt to Lord Aveland, 9th May, 1881.  5ANC1/6/125/1-5  1810-81

Contents:
Heathcote - Hodgkin - Kiddy - Grummitt - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/126  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Oak Stile Close, conveyed by Thomas Sandall to Lord Aveland, 20th April, 1883.  5ANC1/6/126/1-4  1810-83

Contents:
Heathcote - Sandall - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/127  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Homeward Hay Close, conveyed by Joseph Bettinson to Lord Aveland, 22nd June, 1883.  5ANC1/6/127/1-6  1810-83

Contents:
Heathcote - Ellis - Chambers - Bettinson - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/128  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Land Close, conveyed by John George Bullock to Lord Aveland, 3rd March, 1885.  5ANC1/6/128/1-6  1810-85

Contents:
Heathcote - Wyer - Chapman - Bullock - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/129  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Under Hay Close, conveyed by George William Hickson and Walter Owen Hickson to Lord Aveland, 7th December, 1886.  5ANC1/6/129/1-4  1810-86

Contents:
Heathcote - Owen - Hickson - Aveland.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/130  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Great Dunstan Close, conveyed by Hubert John Cundy and Joseph William Cundy to the Earl of Ancaster, 22nd May, 1895.  5ANC1/6/130/1-9  1810-95

Contents:
Heathcote - Blake - Wyche - Cundy - Ancaster.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/131  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Far Hay Close, conveyed by Henry Tindale Sumners to Major General Ewart and Major the Hon. Charles S. H. D. Willoughby (Trustees of Sir Gilbert Heathcote's Will - 1834), 4th May, 1906.  5ANC1/6/131/1-7  1810-1906

Contents:
Heathcote - Elston - Heathcote - Sumners.

Ketton.  5ANC1/6/132  [n.d.]

Title deeds of part of Shelverdale Close, conveyed by Thomas Cheney Garfit to the Hon. Charles H. D. Willoughby, 1st August, 1892, and to Lord Ancaster, 31st May, 1926.  5ANC1/6/132/1-10  1810-1926

Contents:
Heathcote - Bellaman - Garfit - Willoughby - Ancaster.

Bisbrooke.  5ANC1/6/133  [n.d.]

Deeds and correspondence relating to a messuage and lands in Bisbrooke conveyed by John Clarke of Bisbrooke and his mortgagees to Sir Gilbert Heathcote, 3rd February, 1783.  5ANC1/6/133/1  1782-3

12 items.

Hambleton.  5ANC1/6/134  [n.d.]

Common Recovery.  5ANC1/6/134/1  Michaelmas Term. 1 James II

Contents:
George Merritt, Plaintiff.
Marmaduke Lodge, Deforciant.
John and Elizabeth Styles, Vouchees.
A messuage, 4 acres of land, and 100 acres of pasture.

Miscellaneous Title Deeds.  5ANC1/7  [n.d.]

Ruskington. Indenture of Mortgage.  5ANC1/7/1  --- February, 1699

Badly decayed

Conditions of access: unfit for use

Contents:
1. Sir William Yorke of Leasingham and William Yorke, his eldest son.
2. Sir William Ellis of Nocton.
House in Ruskington, together with Calfe Close, Dalton Close and --- Close, containing 20 acres.
Consideration: £2000.
Seals and signatures of Sir William Yorke and William Yorke.

Hayes (Middx.); Final Concord.  5ANC1/7/2  15 days of Trinity, 25 George II

Contents:
James Raymond, Esq., Plaintiff.
John Bainbridge, Deforciant.
14 acres of land, with the appurtenances.

Family Settlements.  5ANC2  [n.d.]

Willoughby Family.  5ANC2/A  [n.d.]

Settlements following the marriages of Robert, Lord Willoughby and Mary Wynne  5ANC2/A/1  1682-4

4 items.

Contents:
(Nos 1-2, 14 June 1682) and Robert, Earl of Lindsey and Elizabeth, Countess of Lindsey (widow of Sir F.H. Lee) (nos 3-4, 24/25 July 1682 & 18/19 April 1684).

Robert, Earl of Lindsey and Peregrine, Lord Willoughby  5ANC2/A/2  1707

5 items.

Contents:
Settlement of estates.

Partition of Brownlow estates and marriage settlement of Peregrine, Lord Willoughby and Jane Brownlow  5ANC2/A/3  1711-30

17 items.

Contents:
Together with a copy of the will of Robert, 1st Duke of Ancaster.

The Hon. Charles Bertie and Mary his wife (widow of Nicholas Newcomen).  5ANC2/A/4  2nd and 3rd July, 1714

Settlement of properties in Aslackby, Somerby, Boothby, South Rauceby (Lincs.) and St. Giles on the Hill) Middx.), which formed the "original specific fifth part" of Jane Brownlow in her father's property.  5ANC2/A/5  1735

4 items.

Settlement of the jointure of Albinia, Duchess Dowager of Ancaster, and now wife of James Douglas of Wellingore, esq.  5ANC2/A/6  1735

2 items.

Marriage settlement of Peregrine, Marquess of Lindsey (later 3rd Duke of Ancaster), and Dame Elizabeth Gounter Nicoll, widow of Sir Charles Gounter Nicoll, and daughter and heir of William Blunden, late of Basingstoke.  5ANC2/A/7  20th and 21st May, 1735

Lord Tyrconnel to Charles Banaster; assignment of his trust in the estate of Peregrine, 2nd Duke of Ancaster.  5ANC2/A/8  31st July, 1747

Marriage settlement of Peregrine, 3rd Duke of Ancaster, and Mary, daughter of Thomas Panton of Newmarket.  5ANC2/A/9  30th November, 1750

Family Settlement Papers  5ANC2/A/10  1750-1754

An Act for Supplying certain Defects and Omissions in the Family Estates of Peregrine, Duke of Ancaster .....  5ANC2/A/10/1  1750

Duke of Ancaster to Earl of Guilford and George Denshire, power for raising portions for the Duke of Ancaster's daughters.  5ANC2/A/10/2  19th April, 1754

George Dewar and Lady Caroline (Bertie), his wife; settlement of two sums of £5000, Lady Caroline's shares under the marriage settlement of Peregrine, Lord Willoughby and Jane Brownlow (1711), and under the will of the 2nd Duke of Ancaster (1741).  5ANC2/A/11  1700s

Peregrine, 3rd Duke of Ancaster to Francis Pane. Mortgage of estates in Caernarvon, Denbigh and Merioneth to pay off £5000 legacy to Lady Mary Greatheed, the Duke's sister.  5ANC2/A/12  10th October, 1756

Family Settlement Papers  5ANC2/A/13  1771-1774

John, 10th Earl of Westmorland, to Robert Dent and James Cecil. Release of a mortgage of £15,000 on Willoughby estates in Lincs.  5ANC2/A/13/1  10th January, 1777

Copy of will of Francis, Fane  5ANC2/A/13/2  1756

Copy of will of Thomas, 8th Earl of Westmorland  5ANC2/A/13/3  1771

Copy of will of John, 9th Earl of Westmorland  5ANC2/A/13/4  1774

Chancery Order, permitting Earl of Westmorland to convey the mortgaged premises under an Act of 7 Anne "To enable Infants who are seized... of Estates... by way of Mortgage, to make Conveyances of such Estates".  5ANC2/A/13/5  nd [1700s]

Recoveries of Lincs. and Welsh estates, to provide an annuity of £800 for Robert, Marquess of Lindsey, during the lifetime of Peregrine, Duke of Ancaster.  5ANC2/A/14  1778

5 items.

The Duke of Ancaster and the Marquess of Lindsey to the Reverend Reynand Gideon Bonyer and James Cecil. Vesting in them the Lincs. and Welsh estates for a term of 2000 years, in trust to raise on request the sum of £34,000 for the use of the Duke and the Marquess, together with £10,000 to provide additional portions for the Duke's daughters.  5ANC2/A/15  11th April, 1778

Recoveries of Lincs. and Middlesex estates. Robert, 4th Duke of Ancaster, William Cecil and John Spranger.  5ANC2/A/16  1779

6 items.

4th Duke of Ancaster to Lord Brownlow Bertie and Peter Burrell. Settlement of Lincs. estates, in view of the Duke's intended journey to America. To raise £60,000 by mortgage to pay off his debts.  5ANC2/A/17  June, 1779

5 items.

Office copy of an Act of Parliament for vesting the Fee Simple of part of the Estates, settled by the Will of Robert, Duke of Ancaster, in trustees for paying of debts and incumbrances affecting the Estates.  5ANC2/A/18  1780

Documents relating to the settlement of the manor of Lobthorpe etc., under the will of Sir Brownlow Sherard, and of the manor of Castle Bytham purchased by his trustees with his personal estate, divided between the Duke of Ancaster, Lord Brownlow Bertie, Sir Richard Bayly and Marmaduke Dayrell. Manor of Castle Bytham to Lord Brownlow Bertie.  5ANC2/A/19  1754-1779

3 items.

Mortgage of manor of Burgh le Marsh etc., to raise £4000. Devisees under the will of Robert, Duke of Ancaster, to George Hill, Sergeant at Law.  5ANC2/A/20  18th July, 1780

1. Sir Peter Burrell and Lady Willoughby de Eresby. 2. James Cecil. Settlement of Lady Willoughby de Eresby's reversions under the will of Robert, Duke of Ancaster.  5ANC2/A/21  1782

4 items.

Robert, Duke of Ancaster, to Mary, Duchess Dowager of Ancaster. Grant of an annuity of £2000.  5ANC2/A/22  5th January, 1779

Family Settlement Papers  5ANC2/A/23  1711-1852

Marriage Settlement of Peregrine, Lord Willoughby  5ANC2/A/23/1  1711


Related information: v.5ANC2/A/3

Mortgage for £5000. Duke of Ancaster to Duchess of Buckingham.  5ANC2/A/23/2  4th December, 1729

Contents:
Manor of Withcall etc.

Declaration by Duchess of Buckingham that she holds the above mortgage, among others, in trust for her son.  5ANC2/A/23/3  11th June, 1733

Settlement as in 5ANC2/A/5.  5ANC2/A/23/4-5  1735

Assignment of the mortgage on the Manor of Withcall.  5ANC2/A/23/6  16th February, 1744/5

Contents:
Executors of Duchess of Buckingham to Sydenham Malthus.
Together with copy (printed) of wills of 6th and 7th Dukes of Buckingham (1716 and 1734).
Decree of Chancery respecting estate of 6th Duke, etc.)

Assignment of mortgage  5ANC2/A/23/7  26th June, 1745

Contents:
Sydenham Malthus to Stephen Downes and Henry Berners.

Assignment of mortgage.  5ANC2/A/23/8  18th July, 1771

Contents:
Henry Berners to John Edkersall.

Assignment of mortgage.  5ANC2/A/23/9  29th November, 1774

Contents:
John Eckersall to Simon le Blanc and Henry Christopher Wise, as trustees of his marriage settlement with Catherine Wathen.

Recovery of Aslackby Estate  5ANC2/A/23/10-12  1779

Contents:
As 5ANC2/A/16

Mortgage of Aslackby Estate for £12,000.  5ANC2/A/23/13  1780-1792

Contents:
James and William Cecil (trustees under Duke of Ancaster's will), to Dr. Abel Moysey of Bath. 10th April, 1780.
On Dorse. Further mortgage for £500 on same premises to Abel Moysey of Lincoln's Inn, son of Dr. Abel Moysey.
27th May, 1784.
Assignment of the mortgage for £500.
Abel Moysey to Thomas Cook, Charles Cook and Vicary Gibbs. 24th July, 1792.

Mortgage of lands in Spilsby, Toynton and Hundley for £10,000.  5ANC2/A/23/14  2nd March, 1782

Contents:
James and William Cecil to Lord Ravensworth, Peter Delme and Viscount Beauchamp.

Mortgage of a farm at Toynton for £2000.  5ANC2/A/23/15  27th July, 1782

Contents:
James and William Cecil to Lloyd Kenyon (the Attorney General).

Assignment of mortgage  5ANC2/A/23/16  18th April, 1786

Contents:
Property as in 5ANC2/A/23/9.
Simon le Blanc and Henry C. Wise, to the Reverend John Erskine, Dean of Cork, and the Hon. John Charles Villiers.

Assignment of mortgage  5ANC2/A/23/17  28th January, 1788

Contents:
Property as in 5ANC2/A/23/14.
Peter Delme and Viscount Beauchamp to Sir Sampson Gideon, William Shirreff and Samuel Kemble.

Assignments of mortgage  5ANC2/A/23/18 & 19  27th July, 1792

Contents:
Lloyd, Lord Kenyon to Thomas Cooke, the Reverend Charles Cooke and Vicary Gibbs, (see 5ANC2/A/23/25).
Executors of Abel Moysey to Thomas Cooke, the Reverend Charles Cooke and Vicary Gibbs (see 5ANC/A/23/13).

Assignments of mortgage.  5ANC2/A/23/20 & 21  5th November, 1792

Contents:
Sampson, Lord Eardley (formerly Sir Sampson Gideon) and others, to the Reverend Thomas Cooke, the Reverend Charles Cooke and Vicary Gibbs, (see 5ANC/A/23/17).
The Reverend John Erskine and the Hon. John Charles Villiers to the Reverend Thomas Cooke, the Reverend Charles Cooke and Vicary Gibbs, (see 5ANC/A/23/16).

Lease and Release  5ANC2/A/23/22  31st May and 1st June, 1791

Contents:
Robert Manners to Vicary Gibbs and Stafford Squire Baxter of a half part of Orby, Welton and Willoughby woods. To hold for a trust of 500 years set up in the will of Robert 4th Duke of Ancaster.

Assignment of mortgage.  5ANC2/A/23/23  25th July, 1792

Contents:
Francis Filmer to the Reverend Thomas Cooke, the Reverend Charles Cooke and Vicary Gibbs.
Manors of Willoughby and Hornby cum Welton etc., and all lands in Willoughby, Harby, Welton, Hasthorpe, Hogsthorpe, Manthorpe, Ashby, Irby and Miningsby that are under mortgage to Francis Filmer (except Willoughby and Welton woods).
Consideration: £10,000.
Endorsed: Deed poll. In consideration of £10,000 in full discharge of the mortgage, Sir Vicary Gibbs and Charles Cooke surrender the property to Peter, Lord Gwydir.
5th April, 1811

Assignment of legacy.  5ANC2/A/23/24  26th July, 1792

Contents:
Appointing Thomas and Charles Cooke and Vicary Gibbs as trustees of £11,000, being the remainder of a legacy of £12,000 left to Albermarle Bertie by Robert, Duke of Ancaster.

Assignment of Trust.  5ANC2/A/23/25  15th September, 1795

Contents:
In consideration of £10,000 paid by William Jennens to Lord Cholmondeley, the Countess of Guildford (as executrix for her husband), and R. G. Bowyer, by the direction of the Earl and Countess Cholmondeley and Sir Peter Burrell, assign to Jennens their terms of 1000 and 1500 years respectively in certain lands. The £10,000 being the portion of the Countess Cholmondeley settled by Peregrine, Duke of Ancaster.
Proviso of redemption on repayment.

Assignment of trust  5ANC2/A/23/26  14th February, 1801

Contents:
William Robert West and Ann, his wife, (executrix of William Cecil), at the request of Brownlow, Duke of Ancaster, John Spranger, Lord Gwydir and Lady Willoughby de Eresby, assign to Vicary Gibbs and Stafford Squire Baxter the remainder of a term of 5000 years held by James and William Cecil on certain of the estates of Robert, Duke of Ancaster, set up in his will for the payment of certain legacies, debts and mortgages, (all of which have now been paid, except for one legacy and certain mortgages, which do not now need to be paid).

Assignment of Trust  5ANC2/A/23/27  18th July, 1804


Related information: trust as in 5ANC2A/23/26

Contents:
Vicary Gibbs and Stafford Squire Baxter to Edward Bray

Probate of Will of Peter, Lord Gwydir  5ANC2/A/23/28  4th December, 1820

Probate of Will of Robert, Duke of Ancaster.  5ANC2/A/23/29  1779

Mortgage  5ANC2/A/23/30  16th July, 1825

Contents:
Lord Gwydyr and Baroness Willoughby de Eresby to Charles, Duke of Dorset and Jefferies Spranger.
Mortgage for £36,000 of lands in Spilsby, Toynton All Saints and Toynton St. Peter.

Settlement  5ANC2/A/23/31  7th February, 1826

Contents:
Of remaining estate of Thomas Panton, deceased, amounting to £55,300 which had been invested in mortgages of parts of the estate of Robert, Duke of Ancaster.

Release  5ANC2/A/23/32  Before 1852

Contents:
By the Hon. M. L. P. Burrell, the Hon. W. P. P. Burrell, Sir Banaster Tarleton and others to Lord Willoughby de Eresby of annuities charged on estates in Lincs. and Middlesex; surrender by the Duke of Dorset of a term of 1000 years in the said estates.

Release  5ANC2/A/23/33  nd

Contents:
By the trustees of the marriage settlement of Col. Frederick Cavendish to Lord Willoughby de Eresby of lands in Skendleby, Willoughby, Toft and Barton, being part of the property under mortgage to them.

Family Settlement Papers  5ANC2/A/24  1760-1791

Will of Mary Marwood of Spilsby, widow.  5ANC2/A/24/1  1760

Bargain and Sale.  5ANC2/A/24/2  23rd November, 1784

Contents:
Catherine Marshall, a daughter of Mary Marwood, and the Reverend Henry Marshall, her son, to John Smart.
Moiety of woodlands in Welton in the Marsh.

Recovery of the above property by Catherine and Henry Marshall  5ANC2/A/24/3  Michaelmas Term, 1784

Release by Catherine and Henry Marshall to Sir Peter Burrell of moiety or Welton Woods  5ANC2/A/24/4  5th April, 1788

Contents:
On Dorse: Sir Peter Burrell conveys the moiety of Welton Woodlands to Vicary Gibbs and Stafford Squire Baxter to hold to uses of will of Robert, Duke of Ancaster.
20th July, 1791.

James and William Cecil and others to the Reverend Thomas Cooke.  5ANC2/A/25  31st July, 1783

3 items

Contents:
Mortgage for £5000 of property in Spilsby and Townton, under the will of Robert, Duke of Ancaster.

Family Settlement Papers  5ANC2/A/26  1784-1787

Mortgage for £1500 of a cottage and lands in Toynton St. Peter, Toynton All Saints and Spilsby.  5ANC2/A/26/1  31st July, 1784

Contents:
James and William Cecil and others to Mrs Mary Pownall.

Re-assignment of the above mortgage  5ANC2/A/26/2  1st May, 1787

Contents:
Mary Pownall to William Cecil

Declaration of Trust  5ANC2/A/27  5th June, 1794

3 items.

Contents:
Respecting the personal Estate of the late Thomas Panton

Assignment  5ANC2/A/28  15th September, 1795

3 items.

Contents:
The Dowager Countess of Guildford (executrix of the Earl of Guildford), and R. G. Bonyer, by the direction of the Earl and Countess Cholmondeley and Sir Peter Burrell, to William Jennens.
Two terms of 1000 and 1500 years created by Act of Parliament on Duke of Ancaster's lands in Lincs.

Family Settlement Papers  5ANC2/A/29  1797-1825

Mortgage  5ANC2/A/29/1  16th April, 1803

Contents:
Lord Gwydir to Sir Charles Morgan, Bart., of Tredegar, Mon.
Lands in Willoughby and Hogsthorpe, mortgaged for £12,000.

Release.  5ANC2/A/29/2  24th June, 1805

Contents:
Lord Gwydir, Lady Willoughby de Eresby and P. R. Burrell to Alexander Forbes Gaskell.
2 messuages and lands in Swaby, to hold to the use of Brownlow, Duke of Ancaster.
Consideration: £3150.

Assignment.  5ANC2/A/29/3  5th September, 1805

Contents:
Sir Vicary Gibbs and Stafford Squire Baxter to John Foster.
Two pieces of land on the West side of New Quay in the City of Liverpool. To hold in trust from the Mayor and Corporation of Liverpool for the remainder of a term of 5000 years, set up in the will of Robert, Duke of Ancaster.

Grant of a rent charge of £300 per annum on properties in Kent and Surrey.  5ANC2/A/29/4  31st January, 1807

Contents:
Peter, Lord Gwydir to Captain, The Hon. Josceline Percy, R.N.
Consideration: £4765.
20th October, 1806.
On Dorse: Notification that Lord Gwydir has repurchased the rent charge for the same price.

Appointment of Receiver.  5ANC2/A/29/5  26th November, 1808

3 items

Contents:
Peter, Lord Gwydir and The Hon. Peter Robert Drummond Burrell appoint William Morgan receiver over certain lands in Hundleby, Great Steeping, Toynton St. Peter, Holton, Partney, Saltfleet and Belleau which are security for a loan of £20,000 from the Equitable Assurance Office.

Mortgage  5ANC2/A/29/6  3rd November, 1810

Contents:
Peter, Lord Gwydir to Jefferies Spranger and others.
Two farms in Scottlethorpe.
Consideration: £5941 17s.3d.
On Dorse: Re-conveyance on the paying off of the mortgage by the Earl of Dorset and Jefferies Spranger, as executors of Lord Gwydir. 24th April, 1823.

Indenture of Exchange.  5ANC2/A/29/7  nd

Contents:
Lord Gwydir, Peter Robert Drummond Burrell, etc.
Settling on P. R. D. Burrell the Manor of Gwydir and other lands in Caernarvon and...

Papers re Ropsley & Humby  5ANC2/A/30  1797-1825

Mortgage  5ANC2/A/30/1  9th August, 1797

Contents:
Peter, Lord Gwydir, to John Steel.
Lands allotted to him by the Inclosure award of Ropsley and Great and Little Humby.
Consideration: £1200.
Term: 1000 years.

Assignment  5ANC2/A/30/2  6th April, 1813

Contents:
Of the above mortgage to William Everard.

Assignment  5ANC2/A/30/3  5th April, 1817

Contents:
To Mrs. Mary Peacock.

Surrender  5ANC2/A/30/4  13th April, 1825

Contents:
Of remainder of the term of 1000 years by Mrs. Peacock to Baroness Willoughby de Eresby, on the repayment of £1200.

Conveyance to Uses  5ANC2/A/31  26th June, 1832

4 items.

Contents:
The Reverend Robert Spranger of Low Toynton to Lord Willoughby de Eresby..
Cottage and land in Low Toynton Allotment in Wildmore Fen.
With earlier title deeds, 1808 and 1823.

Spilsby  5ANC2/A/32  15th and 16th March, 1832

5 items.

Contents:
Thomas Carr Brackenbury and others to Lord Willoughby de Eresby.
Conveyance to Uses of lands in Spilsby.

Manor of Little Bytham (also Gareby and Castle Bytham).  5ANC2/A/33  1804-84

11 items

Contents:
Settlements and Mortgages

Mortgages on lands in Aslackby, Withcall, Edenham, Castle Bytham etc.  5ANC2/A/34  1830-45

5 items

Contents:
With the Equitable Insurance Society

Mortgage  5ANC2/A/35  1777-1860

12 items

Contents:
For £8000 on Manors of Swinstead and Colvells and lands there and in Corby, Swayfield and Creeton, purchased from and mortgaged to Richard Welby and Richard Earle Welby in 1779 by the Duke of Ancaster

Correspondence and copies of documents relating to family settlements  5ANC2/A/36  c. 1720-1820

1 box.

Contents:
Mainly subsequent to the death of Robert, 4th Duke, in 1779 and connected with the settlement of his debts and estates, and of the estate of Thomas Panton.

Miscellaneous  5ANC2/A/37  1739-1779

Marquess of Lindsey to Sir Richard Child  5ANC2/A/37/1  nd

Contents:
Release in Fee of the Railwick of the Forest of Essex.

Mortgages by Charles Snow of properties in Careby  5ANC2/A/37/2 and 3  1739-1740

Contents:
5ANC2/A/37/2. To Farmery Law, of 1/5 part of a messuage, for £200; 19th June, 1739.
5ANC2/A/37/3. To Lord Exeter, of 1/5 part of the manor; 8th January, 1740/1.
(No. 5, below, mentions purchase of an estate in Careby from Charles Snow).

Will of Richard Middlemore of Grantham.  5ANC2/A/37/4  Will: May 31st, 1726.; Administration: October 7th, 1776

List of "Deeds etc. in the Great Chest at Grimsthorpe".  5ANC2/A/37/5  n.d., post 1779

Contents:
Together with an earlier list (mid 18th century).

Heathcote Family Settlements  5ANC2/B  [n.d.]

Marriage settlement of Gilbert John Heathcote and Hon. Clementina Elizabeth Drummond Durrell  5ANC2/B/1  1827

4 items

Abstracts of title, correspondence etc.  5ANC2/B/2  c. 1800-1890

Contents:
Relating to settlement of Lincoln and Lincolnshire Fee Farm Rents conveyed by the Duke of Leeds and others to Sir Gilbert Heathcote, 21 Sept. 1784.
(2 Abstracts are c. 1800, everything else is late 19th century).

Court Rolls  5ANC3  [n.d.]

Edenham  5ANC3/1  [n.d.]

Court Roll  5ANC3/1  Easter 1711 to Michaelmas 1727

6 membranes

Contents:
Marquess of Lindsey, later Duke of Ancaster

Coggeshall (Essex)  5ANC3/2  [n.d.]

Court Roll  5ANC3/2  29 Oct. 1522 to 26 Sept. 1662

54 membranes

Contents:
Queen Anne in 1533 - Queen Jane in 1536 - Long family 1539 - Barons Russell 1587 - Cudmore Family 1620

Surveys and Rentals  5ANC4  [n.d.]

Willoughby Estates  5ANC4/A  [n.d.]

All Estates  5ANC4/A/1  1609

Contents:
General survey of estates of Robert, Lord Willoughby, containing particulars of :-
Tenements in Sloothby to be disposed of by his Lordship during the minority of his brother, Vere Bertie.
Lord Willoughby's lands in Sibsey, Leverton, Wrangle, Fursney (Friskney ?), Ulceby, Wainfleet. All Saints, Burgh le Marsh, Winthorpe, ('Therhath bene a tenement hereon wch. John Bateman took down & caried away Quere quo Jure') Ingoldmells, Orby, Irby, Grebby, Stickford, Hameringham, Hareby, Claxby Pluckacre, Miningsby, Moorby (including copy of a survey temp. Henry IV), Upper Toynton, Carlton, Hagvorthingham, ('noate that the gadd is 9 foote), Maplethorpe, South Willingham.
'A noate of the Rates of Firsney' (Friskney), followed by some blank pages.
'The state of the Ferme of Mr. Phillips called Madisons Ferme in Fulstowe and Mershe Chapel'. (abstract of indenture, 29 Elizabeth: copy of "a terrer made in the Dutchesse's tyme', and misc. notes on the farm).
'A noate of such ymprovements as are made out of his Lordship's lands, synce the receipte att Thannunciation last past, 1609'.
Several pages torn out, followed by part of an account of wood sales (beginning lost) and another account for wood sold at Well Park, Nov. 30, 1610.
The rest of the volume consists of blank pages interspersed with misc. notes on the purchase and sale of property, rent improvements etc.
The main survey is very detailed, giving descriptions of the rooms in the houses, number and variety of trees, estimated and measured areas, details of sales and many other notes.
Bound in parchment: grotesque heads on cover.

All estates  5ANC4/A/2  1869

In 8 black note-books

Contents:
'Trust Estate', survey, by Thomas Williamson

Willoughby and Hogsthorpe.  5ANC4/A/2/1  [n.d.]

Spilsby.  5ANC4/A/2/2  [n.d.]

Ingoldmells, Winthorpe, Bratoft, Irby, Saltfleet St. Clememts, West and East Theddlethorpe, Gayton, Toynton near Horncastle, Little Steeping, and Partney.  5ANC4/A/2/3  [n.d.]

Skendleby, Welton, Great Steeping, Firsby & Halton.  5ANC4/A/2/4  [n.d.]

Toynton All Saints and Toynton St. Peter's.  5ANC4/A/2/5  [n.d.]

Burgh le Marsh, Aby, Belleau, Swaby and Claythorpe.  5ANC4/A/2/6  [n.d.]

Hundleby, East Keal and Hundleby Fen.  5ANC4/A/2/7  [n.d.]

Thorpe, Wainfleet, Ashby, Leake, Gosberton, Skirbeck, Boston and Stickford.  5ANC4/A/2/8  [n.d.]

Lindsey Coast Estates  5ANC4/A/3  1819

3 volumes

bound in red, gold lettering.

Contents:
Valuation of Lord Gwydir's Lindsey 'Coast' estates

Ashby, Aslackby, Baston, Gosberton, Hagworthingham, Halton, Hundleby, Miningsby, Bartney, Ropsley and Spilsby.  5ANC4/A/3/1  [n.d.]

Brendleby, Stickford, Toft, High and Low Toynton, Toynton All Saints and St. Peters, Welton with Hanby and Withcall.  5ANC4/A/3/2  [n.d.]

Aby, Belleau, Boston, Burgh, Carlton, Cockerington, Firsby, Cayton, Hopsthorpe, Ingoldmells and Addlethorpe with Winthorpe, Irby, Leake, Mawthorpe, Munthorpe, South Reston, Saltfleet with Saltfleetby, Skirbeck, Slcothby, Great and Little Steeping, Swaby, Theddlethorpe, Thorpe in the Marsh, Wainfleet and Willoughby.  5ANC4/A/3/3  [n.d.]

Lindsey Coast Estates  5ANC4/A/4  [n.d.]

in one volume

similarly bound

Contents:
"The Right Honourable Lord Gwydir Lindsey Coast Estates"
A duplicate of 5ANC4/A/3/1 & 2

Lindsey Coast Estates  5ANC4/A/5  1884

Contents:
'Cultivation Book', Lindsey Coast Estate.
Printed with columns for 1884 to 1890. This book was never used; occupiers names and acreages have been entered for Aby, Ashby, Belleau, Bratoft, Boston, Burgh, Claythorpe, Dalby, East Keal, Firsby, Gayton, Gosberton, Hogsthorpe, and Hundleby, but no details of cultivation are given.

Corby  5ANC4/A/6  1814

Contents:
Particular and valuation, with plan, of an estate of Lord Gwydir, purchased by Lord Clifford.
Signed by John Burcham

Claxby and Miningsby  5ANC4/A/7  1627

A small paper-cvoered book.

Contents:
"The Surveigh of my Lords Land in Claxbie and Miningsbie, taken by Francis Blithe
(Some notes on quality of soil and difficulties of enclosure).

Hasthorpe  5ANC4/A/8  24 July, 1616

Bound in part of a late 15th / early 16th century account roll

Contents:
Survey of Hasthorpe
Including 40/- spent by Christopher Willoughby at Lincoln when he was elected knight ot attend parliament, (the year is indistinct, but date appears to be 14 Jan., 1 Richard III).

E. & W. Keal.  5ANC4/A/9  14th May, 1615

Bound in part of a conveyance.

Contents:
Survey of West and East Keal

Spilsby Estates Etc  5ANC4/A/10  1825

2 copies.

Contents:
Spilsby Estates of Lord Gwydir (Spilsby, Toynton All Saints and St. Peters and Hundleby, including the East and West Fen Allotments: also Ashby, Leake and Thorpe).
Surveyed by Frederick Wood, references to plans by same surveyor.

Spilsby etc.  5ANC4/A/11  mainly 1846

7 red covered notebooks.

Contents:
Reference books to plans, and by R.S. Booth, surveyor, of Wainfleet.

Spilsby Estate  5ANC4/A/11/1  [n.d.]

Aby, Belleau, Swaby and Claythorpe.  5ANC4/A/11/2  [n.d.]

Hundleby  5ANC4/A/11/3  1845

Contents:
Corrected to 1872

Partney  5ANC4/A/11/4  [n.d.]

Skendleby  5ANC4/A/11/5  1837-8

Contents:
Henry Kennedy, surveyor

Toynton (unspecified)  5ANC4/A/11/6  [n.d.]

Wainfleet.  5ANC4/A/11/7  [n.d.]

Spilsby Estates etc.  5ANC4/A/12  1883-1884

Contents:
Survey of Spilsby, Estate, 1883:
Great Steeping, 1883: Willoughby, 1883; & Toynton, 1884.

Steeping  5ANC4/A/13  18 June, 1616

Bound with part of a late 15th / early 16th century account roll.

Contents:
Survey of Steeping (Great and Little)

'The Surveighe of the Mannour of Toynton... [All Saints] taken the twentithe of November in the xii yeare of our Soveraigne Lord King James" ...  5ANC4/A/14  1614

Contents:
Henry Valentine.
Contains:-
Coloured frontispiece with elaborate floriations and coats-of-arms.
List of jurors, articles for their enquiry, and their signed answers (fols. 1-4).
List of freeholders, tenants by indenture, copyholders and tenants at will (fols. 5-14).
Survey of the manor; 13 sections, each with a large-scale coloured map (fols. 15-87).
Abstract of what each tenant holds in every furlong of every field (fols. 88-108).
Abstract 'drawn out of the former, wherein the contents of every several tenants land, lea, and meadow in every several field is set down and summed unto their several titles' (fols. 108v. - 113 - jurors sign again on fol. 113).
Abstract or Compendium of 'every mans severall ferme'. (fols. 114-121).
fol. 1. List of jury
2-3. Articles administered to jury.
3-4. Jurors' answer to the articles.
(Signatures of jury on 4v.)
5. List of freeholders of manor of Toynton with rents.
5v. Ditto, manor of Bacon Hall with rents.
6-10r. Tenants by indenture with descriptions of property and rents.
10v-13. Copyholders for the term of 12 years.
Description of property and rents etc. copied from rolls.
14. Tenants at will.
Description of property and rents.
15-19. Flaies Field.
20. Blank.
21. Plan of Flaies Field.
22-32. Easte Field (also some small pieces of adjoining meadow).
33. Plan of same.
34-35. Smitholme Closes.
36. Plan of Smitholme Closes.
37-40. East Ings Meadows.
41. Plan of same.
42. Pasture ground lying for the most part under water being parcel of the Lord's demesnes called Outcrofts.
43. Plan of above.
44-49. Low or Little Field, Haveram Field, Homecroft Ings, Haveram Hill Meadow, Flaydales Meadow, Long and Short Awdlands Meadow.
50. Plan.
51-54. Witham Field and certain parts of the Nether town.
55. Plan (incl. houses).
56-58. Toynton Park and the houses and closes of the village.
58a. Plan.
59-60. Houses and closes between the park, the North Field and Eresby Manor.
61. Plan of above.
62-63. More houses and closes adjoining the town street.
64. Plan.
65-69. Bragate Field and some adjoining closes.
70. Plan.
71-77. Wollam Field.
78. Plan.
79-80. West Inges Meadowes.
81. Plan.
82-86. North Field.
87. Plan of same.
88-108. Abstract of what each of the Lord's tenants has within every several furlong of each field.
108v-113. Abstract showing the size of each tenant's holding in each field.
(113. Jury sign again here).
113v-321. Abstract showing total of each man's pasture, lea-ground, arable land and meadow, with descriptions of houses and farm buildings.

Lindsey Coast Estates  5ANC4/A/15  1888-1911

Contents:
Inventories of various properties made on changes of tenancy

Heathcote Estates  5ANC4/B  [n.d.]

Arrangement: 5ANC4/B/14-28 Valuation of all estates, 1853-57 by Thomas Wyles of Little Ponton (of Castlegate, Grantham in 1857) a series of marble covered notebooks.


Rental of Lincolnshire and Rutland Estates  5ANC4/B/1 & 2  1786

2 copies

Contents:
The second having some additions and corrections, 1787-8.

A similar rental  5ANC4/B/3  1788-9

Contents:
Incomplete ?

Rental of Lincolnshire and Rutland Estates  5ANC4/B/4  1796

Contents:
References to a map

Survey and Valuation of Rutland Estates  5ANC4/B/5  1798

Contents:
References to a map

Survey of Rutland Estate  5ANC4/B/6  July, 1814

Survey of Lincolnshire Estates  5ANC4/B/7  July, 1814

Contents:
Comparison volume to above

Survey of Lincolnshire and Rutland Estates.  5ANC4/B/8  n.d. (appears to be about the same date as 5ANC4/4/B/1-2, probably c. 1780)

Cultivation Books, giving details of crops grown in every field each year.  5ANC4/B/9  1877-86

Contents:
Lincs. Estates

Cultivation Books, giving details of crops grown in every field each year.  5ANC4/B/10  1875-80

Contents:
Rutland Estates

Cultivation Books, giving details of crops grown in every field each year.  5ANC4/B/11  1881-90

Contents:
Rutland Estates

Rental of Lincolnshire and Rutland estates  5ANC4/B/12  n.d. early 19th cent.?

Contents:
A marble-covered notebook. 'No. 18' on the cover.

A similar rental.  5ANC4/B/13  nd. [early 19th century]

Contents:
'No. 20' on the cover.

Coningsby  5ANC4/B/14  Oct. 1855

Dowsby and Aslackby  5ANC4/B/15  n.d

Dunsby, Irnham and Kirby  5ANC4/B/16  Sept. 1855

Hacconby  5ANC4/B/17  n.d

Lenton, Ingoldsby and Osgodby, Autumn of  5ANC4/B/18  1854

Rippingale  5ANC4/B/19  n.d

Thurlby and Bourne  5ANC4/B/19A  n.d

Barrowden, Bisbrooke, Glaiston, Leighfield and Ridlington: also Langtoft, Laughton & Lound (Lincs.), Autumn  5ANC4/B/20  1854

Empingham, Autumn  5ANC4/B/21  1853

Greetham and Hambleton, also Walcott (Lincs.), Autumn  5ANC4/B/22  1853

Gunthorpe, Langham, Morcott, Oakham, Pilton and Uppingham  5ANC4/B/23  Nov. 1855

Hambleton, Normanton and Edith Weston  5ANC4/B/24  Jan. 1855

North Luffenham  5ANC4/B/25  Nov. 1855

South Luffenham, and Barrowden  5ANC4/B/26  Nov. 1855

Seaton  5ANC4/B/27  May, 1857

Stretton and Greetham  5ANC4/B/28  Nov. 1854

Aslackby  5ANC4/B/29-37  1891, 1894, 1898, 1904, 1908, 1909, 1915, 1916 and 1919

Bourne  5ANC4/B/38-61  2 n.d. (early 19th century), 1833, 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1843, 1844, 1846, 1851, 1852, 1853 (2 copies) 1858, 1859, 1863, 1867, 1872, 1894, 1897, 1904, 1907 (both including Dyke), 1908

Particulars of Thurlby and Bourne  5ANC4/B/62  1853

Contents:
List of tenants and remarks about them, and other miscellaneous memoranda.

Castle Bytham and North Witham  5ANC4/B/63  1904

Dowsby  5ANC4/B/64-6  1892, 1899, 1907

Dunsby  5ANC4/B/67-8  1896, 1909

Dyke  5ANC4/B/69  1891

Hacconby, Stainfield, Morton, Harmthorpe, Edenham and Bourne  5ANC4/B/70  1792

Hacconby, Rippingale, Aslackby, Dowsby, also Empingham and Normanton (Rutland): Abstract of Rents  5ANC4/B/71  Lady Day, 1852

Hacconby  5ANC4/B/72-81  1842, 1854, 1880, 1884, 1890, 1894, 1896, 1908, 1910, 1920

Great Humby  5ANC4/B/82a, 82  1894, 1908

Ingoldsby.  5ANC4/B/83-101  n.d. (early 19th century), 1832, 1833, 1841, 1843, 1844, 1847, 1849, 1855, 1857 (land requiring drainage) 1858, 1858 (cottagers occupying Cowpastures), 1859, 1862, 1889 (Tithe apportionments), 1897, 1910, 1911

2 copies.

Kirkby Underwood  5ANC4/B/102-6  1895, 1897, 1904, 1910, 1920

Lenton  5ANC4/B/107-14  1833, 1894, 1901, 1907, 1909, 1910, 1911

2 copies

Lobthorpe & South Witham  5ANC4/B/115  1904

Morton  5ANC4/B/116-9  n.d. (early 19th century), 1894, 1907, 1910

Osbournby  5ANC4/B/120-1  1893, 1907

Osgodby  5ANC4/B/122-5  1891, 1907, 1911

2 copies

Rippingale  5ANC4/B/126-30  1852, 1894, 1910, 1919, 1920

'Sunday Places at Rippingale and Aslackby from Lady Day 1868'  5ANC4/B/131  1868

Ropsley  5ANC4/B/132-4  1891, 1900, 1909

Thurlby  5ANC4/B/135-56  2 n.d. (early 19th century), n.d. (probably 1833), 1842, 1852, 1853, 1858, 1859, 1864, 1878, 1882/4, 1886, 1889, 1894, 1895, 1898, 1900, 1907, 1908, 1917, 1920

Twyford  5ANC4/B/157  1904

'Particulars of Walcot, Lenton, Osgodby and Ingoldsby  5ANC4/B/158  n.d. (early 19th century)

Walcot  5ANC4/B/159-61  1894, 1907, 1910

Barrowden  5ANC4/B/162-3  1904, 1910

Colley Weston  5ANC4/B/164  1903

Edith Weston  5ANC4/B/165-8  1904, 1910, 1914, 1919

Empingham  5ANC4/B/169-75  1904, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911 (2), 1920

'Empingham Lord Willoughby de Eresby's Farms' (Empingham & Gretton).  5ANC4/B/176  n.d. (post 1900 ?)

Greetham  5ANC4/B/177-180  1904, 1908, 1910 (2)

Gunthorpe & Manton  5ANC4/B/181-2  1904, 1910

Hampleton  5ANC4/B/183-5  1904, 1910, 1920

Contents:
And Whitwell, 1910 & 1920.

Ketton  5ANC4/B/186-9  1892, 1904, 1910, 1920

Langham  5ANC4/B/190-2  1867, 1904, 1910

Contents:
And Whitwell, 1869 and 1904

Laughton  5ANC4/B/193-5  1855, 1879, 1894

Leighfield and Braunston  5ANC4/B/196-7  1882 (revised 1884, 6), 1891

Leighfield, Brooke and Braunston  5ANC4/B/198  1909

North Luffenham  5ANC4/B/199-200  1838, 1945

North and South Luffenham  5ANC4/B/201  1845

Contents:
Tithe rent charge

Manthorpe  5ANC4/B/202-3  1894, 1907

Morcott  5ANC4/B/204  1904

Normanton  5ANC4/B/205-7  1860, 1863, 1868

Pilton  5ANC4/B/208  1904

Ridlington  5ANC4/B/209-10  1904, 1910

Contents:
1910 also includes Braunston, Brooke and Leighfield

Seaton  5ANC4/B/211-12  1904, 1910

Contents:
1904 also includes Thorpe by Water.

Stretton  5ANC4/B/213-28  1797, 1839, 1846, 1853, 1855, 1858, 1864, 1866, 1868, 1871, 1873, 1879, (2), 1884, 1886, 1888

Contents:
With Thistleton from 1868 onwards

Stretton  5ANC4/B/229  n.d., [early 19th cent]

Contents:
"A Particular of the land gone to Brown's Hospital, Stamford'

Normanton Estate Insurance  5ANC4/B/230  n.d. [c.1897]

Contents:
Giving tenants' names, description of property, names of Insurance Companies etc.
An enclosed letter is dated 1897

MAPS AND PLANS  5ANC5  [n.d.]

Willoughby Estate  5ANC5/A  [n.d.]

[no title]  5ANC5/A/1  1771 c

Covers, board and marbled paper, loose. Maps on parchment.

Source of acquisition: deposited by Lord Ancaster, 1st May, 1958.


Contents:
Whole estate, George Salmon. Volume of maps
Note inside front cover. "there is in the library an old plan etc. of Toynton by Valens 1614. Letter Z 19".
1. Partney, n.d. George Salmon.
5 chains to 1 inch.
2. Willoughby, Welton le Marsh, Hanby and Mawthorp, 1771, George Salmon.
10 chains to 1 inch.
3. Upper and Lower Toynton, 1771, George Salmon, 5 chains to 1 inch.
4. Spilsby and Eresby, 1771, George Salmon, 10 chains to 1 inch.
References.
5. Hundleby, 1771, George Salmon, 5 chains to 1 inch.
6. Great and Little Steeping, n.d.
George Salmon, 5 chains to 1 inch.
7. Gayton, n.d. George Salmon.
4 chains to 1 inch.
8. Saltfletby, n.d. George Salmon.
4 chains to 1 inch.
9. Irby, n.d. George Salmon.
5 chains to 1 inch.
10. Ashby, n.d. George Salmon, 5 chains to 1 inch.
11. West Keal and Stickford, n.d.
George Salmon, 3 chains to 1 inch.
12. Burgh, 1771. George Salmon, 3 chains to 1 inch.
References.
13. Leake, Skirbeck and Boston, 1771, George Salmon, 4 chains to 1 inch.
References.
14. Withcall, n.d. George Salmon.
10 chains to 1 inch.
Elaborate cartouche with garden scene.
15. Swaby, n.d. George Salmon.
4 chains to 1 inch.
Elaborate cartouche of monument.
16. Cockerington and Hagworthingham, n.d. George Salmon, 4 chains to 1 inch.
17. Winthorpe, Addlethorpe and Ingoldmells, 1771, George Salmon, 5 chains to 1 inch.
Architectural cartouche.
18. Thorpe, Hogsthorpe and Wainfleet, 1771, George Salmon.
No scale.
"Chinese" cartouche.
At back: index of names of tenants.
Paper, loose.

East Lincs. Railway  5ANC5/A/2  1845

3

Contents:
Plans and Sections

Aby.  5ANC5/A/3/1  1839

Contents:
Surveyed by Henry Kennedy.

Aby  5ANC5/A/3/2  1846

Contents:
Belleau and Swaby.

Aby.  5ANC5/A/3/3-6  Late 19th & early 20th century

Contents:
Tracings.

Belleau Hall.  5ANC5/A/3/7  1892

Contents:
Alterations.

Plans of property belonging to Lord Gwydyr in the parishes of Ashby, Leake and Thorpe  5ANC5/A/3/8  1825

Contents:
Includes a small watercolour of Ashby Church. Surveyed and mapped by Frederick Wood.

Burgh le Marsh  5ANC5/A/3/9  1906

Plan of holdings at Eresby  5ANC5/A/4/1  1884

20 items

Contents:
By J Finlay. Includes building plans and specifications.

Plan of Frieston with Fishtoft, Sibsey, Leake, Leverton and Butterwick  5ANC5/A/4/2  19th century

Firsby.  5ANC5/A/4/3  1839

Hundleby.  5ANC5/A/4/4  1821

Hundleby.  5ANC5/A/4/5  1825

Contents:
Surveyed by Frederick Wood.

Hundleby.  5ANC5/A/4/6  1865

Partney.  5ANC5/A/5/1  ? 1770

Much decayed fragment.

Partney.  5ANC5/A/5/2  1838

Contents:
Surveyed by Henry Kennedy.

Partney.  5ANC5/A/5/3  c1895

Contents:
Tracing.

Skendleby.  5ANC5/A/5/4  1838

Contents:
Surveyed by Henry Kennedy.

Skendleby.  5ANC5/A/5/5  1894

Contents:
Surveyed by E B Binns.

"Plan of the town of Spilsby and adjacent lands, the property of the Rt. Hoble. Lord Gwdir. Lincolnshire. Also alterations up to Christmas 1825. Surveyed & mapped by Frederick Wood."  5ANC5/A/6/1  A map of 1821, with minor alterations made in 1825

Contents:
The map shows footpaths, the parish church, inns, gaol, market, ponds, woods, gardens, tenement divisions, tenants on Gwydyr lands and some adjoining owners.

"Plan of Spilsby Town, the property of the Right Honourable Lord Gwydyr. Lincolnshire 1821. Also alterations up to Christmas 1825. Surveyed and mapped by Frederick Wood."  5ANC5/A/6/2  1821-1825

Contents:
Gives complete details of non-Gwydir lands and identifies the Methodist Chapel.

"A plan and survey of the town of Spilsby, Earsby house & lands in ye parish of Spilsby & county of Lincoln belonging to Peter Burrell Esq."  5ANC5/A/6/3  c1779-1796

Contents:
Shows the now lost house of Eresby

Plan of Spilsby  5ANC5/A/6/4  1821

Contents:
Frederick Wood. Includes a list of tenants.

"Rough plan of the parish of Spilsby Lincolnshire the property of the Right Honble Lord Gwydyr 1825. Surveyed by Fredk. Wood."  5ANC5/A/6/5  1825

Contents:
Includes the East Fen allotment.

"Plan of the parish of Spilsby Lincolnshire the property of the Right Hon Lord Gwydyr 1825. Surveyed and mapped by Fredk. Wood."  5ANC5/A/6/6  1825

Contents:
Includes the East Fen allotment and watercolour views of the church and House of Correction.

"Plan of Spilsby town etc."  5ANC5/A/6/7i  Undated. Possibly 1821, rather than 1825, as it omits the Sessions House

Contents:
Frederick Wood.

Fragments of land at Hundleby  5ANC5/A/6/7ii  Undated, ? mid 19th century

"Plan of the parish of Spilsby in the county of Lincoln - revised 1846."  5ANC5/A/6/8  1846

Contents:
Only the built-up area of the town is mapped

Plan of Spilsby.  5ANC5/A/6/9  1846

Contents:
Surveyed by R S Booth of Wainfleet

"Map of an estate in the parish of Spilsby, Lincolnshire, late the property of the Rt Honble Peter Robert Drummond, Lord Willoughby de Eresby (deceased) 1865."  5ANC5/A/6/10  nd [c.1865]

Contents:
Copied and revised by R S Booth of Wainfleet.

Ordnance Survey map showing Spilsby  5ANC5/A/6/11  1891

Contents:
Sheet 82 NE

Building plans.  5ANC5/A/6/12  Late 1880s

Plan for villas to be erected west of the prison, on the road to Hundleby.  5ANC5/A/6/13  19th century

Great Steeping.  5ANC5/A/7/1  1839

Contents:
Surveyed by Henry Kennedy

Little Steeping.  5ANC5/A/7/2  1845

Contents:
Surveyed by R S Booth of Wainfleet.

Great Steeping.  5ANC5/A/7/3  Late 19th or early 20th century

Contents:
Tracing.

Little Steeping.  5ANC5/A/7/4  Late 19th or early 20th century

Contents:
Tracing.

Toynton All Saints and St Peter's.  5ANC5/A/7/5  1865

Contents:
Copied and revised by R S Booth.

Toynton All Saints and St Peter's.  5ANC5/A/7/6  Undated, late 19th or early 20th century

Contents:
Tracing.

Toynton All Saints and St Peter's.  5ANC5/A/7/7  20th century

Wainfleet.  5ANC5/A/7/8  Late 19th century

Book of plans of Lord Gwydyr's estates in Wainfleet, Boston, Gosberton, Stickford and Skirbeck.  5ANC5/A/7/9  1820-1821

Contents:
Surveyed by Frederick Wood.
Wainfleet. General plan and 10 plans of individual holdings.
Gosberton. 1 plan.
Stickford. 1 plan.
Skirbeck. 3 plans (one also includes Boston).

Welton le Marsh  5ANC5/A/8  1890

Willoughby  5ANC5/A/9/1  1767

Contents:
Homesteads and lands belonging to john Dashwood King Esq. W. Elstobb

Willoughby  5ANC5/A/9/2  1767

Paper much decayed and torn

Contents:
Copy of 5ANC5/A/9/1

Sloothby Marshes, Havertoft and Thatchcroft in the parishes of Willoughby, Hogsthorpe and Welton belonging to John Dashwood Fane  5ANC5/A/9/3  1767

Contents:
W. Elstobb

Willoughby and Sloothby parts 1 and 2  5ANC5/A/9/4-5  1839

Contents:
Henry Kennedy

Willoughby and Sloothby  5ANC5/A/9/6  1838

Very large plan

Contents:
Henry Kennedy

Willoughby  5ANC5/A/9/7  nd

Contents:
Building plans: Mr Hurdman's stable

Willoughby  5ANC5/A/9/8  1876

Contents:
Building plans: Willoughby Manor

Willoughby  5ANC5/A/9/9  1878

Contents:
Building plans: New Farm Premises

Castle Bytham  5ANC5/A/10/1  1774

Castle Bytham  5ANC5/A/10/2/a-d  1890-1891

4 plans

Castle Bytham and North Witham  5ANC5/A/10/3  C 20th

Little Bytham and Careby  5ANC5/A/10/4/a-c  1892-1893

3 plans

Corby  5ANC5/A/10/5  1832

Contents:
Frederick Wood

Creeton  5ANC5/A/10/6/a-b  Late C 19th

Edenham  5ANC5/A/10/7/a-c  1892

3 plans

Grimsthorpe  5ANC5/A/10/8  1767

Contents:
Plan of waters in the Park
John Grundy

Grimsthorpe  5ANC5/A/10/9  c. 1758


Related information: See also 2ANC6/7 f202 vo

Contents:
Letter from John Grundy to the Duke re leakage of water from the pond

Grimsthorpe  5ANC5/A/10/10a  c. 1766

Contents:
Scheme for altering the Vaudee pond and stew ponds, for building a bath house and for planning shrubs and evergreens by [John Grundy]
Includes pencil sketches for pond heads and bath fronts with notes.

Grimsthorpe  5ANC5/A/10/10b  1772

Contents:
Design for sham bridge by LB [Lancelot "Capability" Brown]

Grimsthorpe  5ANC5/A/10/11  nd

2

Conditions of access: Not for production

Contents:
Sketches in wash which join together showing view across the lake.

Grimsthorpe  5ANC5/A/10/12  Late C. 19th

Conditions of access: Missing

Gwydir  5ANC5/A/10/13  C. 19th

Contents:
Designs for house by J Hope

Ropsley and Toft  5ANC5/A/10/14  1775

Contents:
Tenements

Swinstead  5ANC5/A/10/15  C 19th

Railway plans  5ANC5/A/10/16  Mid C. 19th

Contents:
Edenham new railway

Railway plans  5ANC5/A/10/17-18  1844

Plans and Sections

Contents:
Great Northern Railway

"Edenham Survey 1892 EBB"  5ANC5/A/11  [n.d.]

10 sheets

Torn and Fragile

Contents:
Plans on tracing paper

Building plans  5ANC5/A/12  Late C 19th; Early C 20th

c. 30 items

Contents:
Mainly Castle Bytham, Edenham and Ropsley. Includes plan of a cottage at Drummond Castle and plans of the Edenham - Castle Bytham Railway

Building plans  5ANC5/A/13  Late C 19th; Early C 20th

Contents:
Includes some of Grimsthorpe Castle

HEATHCOTE ESTATES  5ANC5/B  [n.d.]

Lincolnshire  5ANC5/B/1  [n.d.]

East and West Graby in the parishes of Aslackby and Graby  5ANC5/B/1/1  1792

Contents:
Edward Hare

Aslackby  5ANC5/B/1/2  1890

Aslackby and Dowsby  5ANC5/B/1/3  1899

Tracing of 5ANC5/B/1/1  5ANC5/B/1/4  1890

Aslackby  5ANC5/B/1/5  c. 1890

Aslackby Fen  5ANC5/B/1/6  c. 1900

Baston  5ANC5/B/2/1  Late C 19th

2

Bourn (sic) North Fen and Dyke Fen  5ANC5/B/2/2  Late C 19th

3

Bourn (sic) and Thurlby  5ANC5/B/2/3  Late C 19th

2

Bourn  5ANC5/B/2/4  1872, 1893

Contents:
Plan and Section of riverbank. Charles Frow

Bourn (sic) and Thurlby  5ANC5/B/2/5  c.1860

Contents:
OS 6" sheet

Bulby and Hawthorpe  5ANC5/B/2/6  Late C 19th

3

Hawthorpe  5ANC5/B/2/7  1900

Contents:
Plan of Bridge

Coningsby, Wildmore and Seven Acres  5ANC5/B/3/1  1894

Contents:
EB Binns

Coningsby Church, proposed bench seat  5ANC5/B/3/2  1869-1870

Contents:
With correspondence about church restoration

Hacconby  5ANC5/B/3/3  c. 1790

Hacconby  5ANC5/B/3/4  Late C 19th

Hacconby  5ANC5/B/3/5-7  Late C 19th

tracings

Hacconby, proposed wagon shed for Mr Brown  5ANC5/B/3/8  c. 1900

Hacconby, new farm buildings for Thomas Vicars  5ANC5/B/3/9  Late C 19th

Dowsby land sold to the Hon CHD Willoughby  5ANC5/B/3/10  1891

Ingoldsby  5ANC5/B/4/1  1786

Contents:
G Dowthwaite

Ingoldsby  5ANC5/B/4/2  1911

2

Kirkby Underwood  5ANC5/B/5/1  1792

Contents:
Edward Hare
Cartouche of men cutting down trees

Part of Kirkby Underwood  5ANC5/B/5/2  1864

Kirkby Underwood  5ANC5/B/5/3  Late C 19th

Kirkby Underwood  5ANC5/B/5/4-5  Late C 19th

Tracings

Tracing of plan of Kirkby, Dunsby and Irnham  5ANC5/B/5/6  c.1900

Sale plan of Bulby estate  5ANC5/B/5/7  1921

Kirkby Underwood  5ANC5/B/5/8  1869

Contents:
Plan of Mr Hodgkin's house and buildings

Kirkby Underwood  5ANC5/B/5/9  C 20th

Contents:
Farm buildings
S Barnard tenant

Langtoft  5ANC5/B/6/1  1890

In 2 halves

Langtoft  5ANC5/B/6/2  Late C 19th

Contents:
Plan of allotments

Langtoft  5ANC5/B/6/3  1891-2

Contents:
Building plans

Lenton  5ANC5/B/6/4  1899

Lenton  5ANC5/B/6/5  Late C 19th; Early C 20th

5

Contents:
Cottages and gardens

Lenton  5ANC5/B/6/6  1911

Laughton  5ANC5/B/6/7  Late C 19th

Lobthorpe  5ANC5/B/6/8  Late C 19th

Manthorpe  5ANC5/B/6/9  Late C 19th

Morton  5ANC5/B/7/1  1972

Contents:
Copy from original of 1768-9 by Edward Hare

Morton  5ANC5/B/7/2  Late C 19th

Contents:
Tracing

Osbournby  5ANC5/B/7/3-4  c. 1900

2

Contents:
Tracings

Osgodby  5ANC5/B/7/5-6  Late C 19th

2

Contents:
Tracings

Plans of all allotments in Bourne, Thurlby, Walcot, Hacconby Rippingale Kirkby and Morton  5ANC5/B/7/7  c. 1914-1918

Rippingale, Dowsby, Aslackby, Kirkby Underwood, Irnham, Edenham, Dunsby and Hacconby  5ANC5/B/8/1-2  Late C 19th

Rippingale  5ANC5/B/8/3-8  Late C 19th

Rippingale  5ANC5/B/8/9  nd

Contents:
Rough plan of villages

Rippingale  5ANC5/B/8/10-12  Late C 19th

Contents:
Building plans

Ropsley  5ANC5/B/8/13  1847

Contents:
Archibald Kennedy

Ropsley  5ANC5/B/8/14-15  Late C 19th

Ropsley  5ANC5/B/8/16  1925

Contents:
Police house
County Architect

Skirbeck and Boston  5ANC5/B/9/1  [n.d.]


Related information: see also 5ANC/5/A/7/9

Contents:
Plans showing various small properties Frederick Wood
Willoughby Estate

Stainfield  5ANC5/B/9/2  1884

Contents:
Farm premises
E.J. Grummitt Tenant

Thurlby  5ANC5/B/9/3  1801

Thurlby, Baston and Langtoft  5ANC5/B/9/4  c. 1860

Contents:
6"OS

Thurlby  5ANC5/B/9/5  Late C 19th

Contents:
2 cottages

Walcot  5ANC5/B/9/6  1792

Contents:
Edward Hare

Walcot, tracing  5ANC5/B/9/7-10  Late C 19th

Bettinson's Tunnel, Thurlby Fen  5ANC5/B/9/11  Late C 19th

Norfolk and Other Counties  5ANC5/B/2  [n.d.]

Fen Farm, Stonea, Cambs  5ANC5/B/2/1  c.1890

Sharnbrook, Beds  5ANC5/B/2/2  1919

Contents:
Plan of proposed village hall and institute

Blotts Estate Somersham, Huntingdonshire  5ANC5/B/2/3  1883

Plan of 12 Belgrave Square, London  5ANC5/B/2/4  c. 1900

North Runcton, Norfolk  5ANC5/B/2/5  1841

Contents:
Copy tithe award no plan

North Runcton, West Winch etc. Norfolk  5ANC5/B/2/6-9  Late C 19th Early C 20th

Contents:
Tracings

West Winch, Norfolk, proposed villas  5ANC5/B/2/10  Late C 19th

Hardwick farm Lynn, Norfolk, proposed cottages  5ANC5/B/2/11  Late C19th

Hopsford and Ansty Estate, Warks OS plans etc.  5ANC5/B/2/12  c.1900

6

Newton park Estate Yorkshire and property situated between York Street and Mash Lane Leeds  5ANC5/B/2/13  1889

Rutland  5ANC5/B/3  [n.d.]

Bisbrooke and Glaston  5ANC5/B/3/1/1  1798

Contents:
Thomas Wilson

Bisbrooke and Glaston  5ANC5/B/3/1/2  1902

Empingham  5ANC5/B/3/2/1  Undated

Empingham  5ANC5/B/3/2/2  1887

Contents:
FSW

Empingham  5ANC5/B/3/2/3  1893

Contents:
EB Binns

Empingham  5ANC5/B/3/2/4-12  C19th

Empingham  5ANC5/B/3/2/13  1920

Contents:
Altered Tithe apportionment

Empingham  5ANC5/B/3/2/14-19  C19th-C20th

Contents:
Building plans 1872, 1890, 1908 and undated

Map of the Lordship of Gunthorpe  5ANC5/B/3/1  1717

Much torn and decayed at the bottom but appears to be complete

Contents:
Thomas Pine of Ridlington

Plan of the hamlet of Gunthorpe  5ANC5/B/3/2  1846

Hambleton Estate belonging to Lord Aveland 1873  5ANC5/B/3/3  [n.d.]

Tracings of small properties  5ANC5/B/3/4  Late C19th

Plan of Langham Leaseholds  5ANC5/B/3/5  From Lady Day 1823

Rough plan of 5ANC5/B/3/5  5ANC5/B/3/6  [1823]

Plan of the manor of Leighfield the property of Wriothesley Digby esq.  5ANC5/B/3/7  1772

Contents:
Surveyed by Jon Snape of Moxhul Warks Inset shows SW view of Leigh Lodge Includes some pencilled notes on cropping 1879-1882

Similar plan to 5ANC5/B/3/7  5ANC5/B/3/8  1772

Contents:
Smaller scale

Ketton and Kilthorpe and other property in Rutland  5ANC5/B/3/9  nd

North Luffenham  5ANC5/B/4/1  1888

North Luffenham  5ANC5/B/4/2-6  Late C19th

North and South Luffenham  5ANC5/B/4/7  Late C19th

North and South Luffenham Pilton and Morcott  5ANC5/B/4/8-11  Late C19th

South Luffenham  5ANC5/B/4/12  1879

Contents:
Copy schedule of land belonging to Lord Aveland

North Luffenham  5ANC5/B/4/13  1881

Contents:
Extract from Enclosure Award

North Luffenham  5ANC5/B/4/14  nd

2 copies

printed

Contents:
Rules for the cultivation of the open fields lands

North and South Luffenham  5ANC5/B/4/15  1884

Contents:
Notes of a meeting of the Tithe Commisioners

North and South Luffenham  5ANC5/B/4/16-20  Late C19th and 1920

Contents:
Building plans

Drawing of a coat of arms at north Luffenham Hall  5ANC5/B/4/21  nd. [1829]

Contents:
Includes a letter about it from G Heathcote to Lord Aveland dated 7 Jan 1829

North Luffenham  5ANC5/B/4/22  Late C19th

Contents:
Small plan of part of village showing brickworks

Unidentified farmhouse  5ANC5/B/4/23  C20th

Morcott  5ANC5/B/5/1  1841

Morcott  5ANC5/B/5/2  c.1890

Tracing

Normanton and Edith Weston  5ANC5/B/5/3  1912

Normanton Hall  5ANC5/B/5/4  Late C19th

Contents:
Drainage, also shows garden layout

Normanton  5ANC5/B/5/5  1874

Contents:
Brewhouse, carpenters shop etc.

Normanton  5ANC5/B/5/6  C20th

Contents:
Various sheds shops and machine houses

Normanton  5ANC5/B/5/7  1869

Contents:
Greenhouses garden sheds etc.

Normanton  5ANC5/B/5/8  1938

Contents:
Land to be sold

Oakham  5ANC5/B/6/1  1849

Contents:
Buildings and land in South field

Pilton  5ANC5/B/6/2  1796

Contents:
T Wilson

Pilton  5ANC5/B/6/3  1860

Contents:
Wynn Hill, surveyor, Stamford

Pilton  5ANC5/B/6/4-6  Late C19th

Tracings

Seaton Inclosure  5ANC5/B/6/7  1856

Contents:
Allotments to Lord Aveland Wynn Hill

Stretton  5ANC5/B/6/8  Late C19th

Stretton  5ANC5/B/6/9  1865

Contents:
Award with plans defining boundaries of leasehold lands

Thorpe by Water  5ANC5/B/6/10  Late C19th Early C20th

Tracing

Edith Weston and Hambleton  5ANC5/B/7/1  8 March 1829

Contents:
Sketch of lands late the property of -bert Tomblin Esq.

Edith Weston  5ANC5/B/7/2  nd. [Late C19th]

Contents:
Tracing of plan in parish

Estate of Baron Aveland  5ANC5/B/7/3  1888

Woolfox  5ANC5/B/7/4  Apr 1664

Coloured plan on parchment

Contents:
Drawn by Vincent Wing "Mathem" Names of some of the occupiers added in a later hand.

Syston and Peterborough Railway  5ANC5/B/7/5  1846-9

Contents:
Showing lands taken from Sir G.H's estates

Various plans on tracing linen  5ANC5/B/8  Late C19th - Early C20th

Arrangement: 5ANC5/B/8/1-76 relate to Rutland
5ANC5/B/8/77-80 relate to Lincolnshire
5ANC5/B/8/81 relates to Northamptonshire
5ANC5/B/8/82 relate to Norfolk


Contents:
Many have details of the yearly cropping of the fields

Bisbrook and Glaston  5ANC5/B/8/1-5  Late C19th - Early C20th

Empingham  5ANC5/B/8/6-11  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Greetham  5ANC5/B/8/12  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Greetham, Hardwick and Woolfox  5ANC5/B/8/13  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Gunthorpe and Manton  5ANC5/B/8/14-15  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Hambleton  5ANC5/B/8/16-17  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Ketton  5ANC5/B/8/18-22  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Kilthorpe  5ANC5/B/8/12  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Langham  5ANC5/B/8/24-6  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Leighfierld  5ANC5/B/8/27-8  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

North and South Luffenham  5ANC5/B/8/29-42  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Morcott  5ANC5/B/8/43-44  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Normanton  5ANC5/B/8/45-49  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Pilton  5ANC5/B/8/50-55  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Preston  5ANC5/B/8/56  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Seaton  5ANC5/B/8/57-58  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Stretton  5ANC5/B/8/59  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Ridlington  5ANC5/B/8/60-62  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Edith Weston  5ANC5/B/8/63-65  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Whissendine  5ANC5/B/8/66-71  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

South Luffenham  5ANC5/B/8/72  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Unidentified fragment  5ANC5/B/8/73  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Unidentified fragment  5ANC5/B/8/74  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Edith Weston  5ANC5/B/8/75  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Shacklewell farm Empingham  5ANC5/B/8/76  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Langtoft  5ANC5/B/8/77  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Creeton  5ANC5/B/8/79  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Twford p. Colsterworth  5ANC5/B/8/80  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Collyweston  5ANC5/B/8/81  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

South Lynn and North Runcton  5ANC5/B/8/82  Late C 19th-Early C 20th

Printed Maps and Plans.  5ANC5/C  [n.d.]

Map of Leicestershire  5ANC5/C/1 & 2  1775-7

2 copies

Contents:
Surveyed by John Prior. Engraved by J. Luffman, 98 Newgate St., London.

Map of Northants.  5ANC5/C/3 & 4  1779

2 copies

Contents:
Surveyed and planned by the late Mr. Thomas Eyre of Kettering. Revised by the late Mr. Thomas Jefferys, Geographer to the King and Engraved by William Faden.

Map of the Suisse Romande  5ANC5/C/5  1781

Contents:
By S.H. Mallet, 'Ingeneur Geographe

Book of Maps of the Railways, Canals and Inland Waterways of England and Wales for the use of the Lords of the Committee of the Privy Council for trade etc.  5ANC5/C/6  December 1st, 1852

Contents:
Printed at the Command of Parliament.

Chart of the English Channel, and the Courts of England, Ireland and France  5ANC5/C/7  n.d. [post 1859]

Ordnance Survey 6" sheets  5ANC5/C/8  1884

Contents:
For Leics. - Lincs. - Rutland border areas and for Kings Lynn and surrounding district of Norfolk.

Plan of the Spire of Louth Church  5ANC5/C/9  1852

Contents:
By Maughan and Fowler, Architects of Louth, and dedicated to the Lincolnshire Architectural Society

Miscellaneous Building Plans.  5ANC5/D1  [n.d.]

Edenham  5ANC5/D1/1  n.d

Contents:
Well hole for staircase of house in occupation of J.E. Smith. (A rough sketch, on the back of a piece of wall paper)

Elsthorpe.  5ANC5/D1/2  n.d

Contents:
Proposed earth - closets at two cottages

Empingham.  5ANC5/D1/3  June, 1899

Contents:
Robert Stafford's cottage alterations and additions, to form two cottages.

Empingham.  5ANC5/D1/4  May 1900

Contents:
School

Empingham.  5ANC5/D1/5  n.d

Contents:
Alteration to farmhouse in the occupation of T. and D. Humphreys

Empingham  5ANC5/D1/6  n.d

Contents:
White Horse Inn

Grimsthorpe Castle.  5ANC5/D1/7  n.d

2 copies

Contents:
Showing position of electricity cables.

Grimsthorpe Castle.  5ANC5/D1/8  15.7. 1915

Contents:
Chapel heating (tracing)

Grimsthorpe.  5ANC5/D1/9  March, 1915

Contents:
Outbuildings to proposed new cottages

Hacconby Fen.  5ANC5/D1/10  n.d

Contents:
Filter reservoir.

Hawthorpe.  5ANC5/D1/11  n.d


Related information: but cf. next entry

Contents:
Stables and chaff-house in Messrs. Thompson and Cooper's occupation

Hawthorpe  5ANC5/D1/12  Dec. 1915

Contents:
Earth-closet adjoining existing wash-house in Messrs. Thompson and Cooper's occupation

Normanton Hall.  5ANC5/D1/13  May 1892

Contents:
Heating apparatus for bedrooms in the Stables - plan, correspondence, etc.

Normanton Hall.  5ANC5/D1/14  n.d

Contents:
Sketch of coat-rack for Lord Ancaster's business room

Osgodby.  5ANC5/D1/15  1889

Contents:
New farm-house - plans, notes and memoranda.

Spilsby.  5ANC5/D1/16  Jan. 1914

Contents:
Two cottages, showing additional rooms to each cottage

Stocken Hall.  5ANC5/D1/17  1877

Contents:
Estimates and correspondence (no plan)

Swinstead.  5ANC5/D1/18  Aug. 1915

Contents:
Outbuildings and a pair of cottages

Toynton.  5ANC5/D1/19  1897

(Torn and fragile)

Contents:
Messrs. Rushby's new farm-buildings

Welton  5ANC5/D1/20  n.d

Contents:
Proposed earth-closet at J. Lancaster's farm

Place unspecified.  5ANC5/D1/21  1867

4 plans

Contents:
Lord Aveland's proposed cottages, - Edward Browning of Stamford, architect

Place unspecified.  5ANC5/D1/22  n.d

Contents:
"Interesting doorway" apparently in a Palace at Venice.

Place unspecified.  5ANC5/D1/23  n.d

Contents:
"Miss Willoughby's drains" - a pencil sketch

Place unspecified  5ANC5/D1/24  n.d

Contents:
Mr. Freestone's proposed farmbuildings & drainage

"Plans of various properties - sold privately"  5ANC5/D1/25  early 20th cent

Contents:
- A bundle of sketch plans

Bundle of 8 miscellaneous, unlabelled, undated plans.  5ANC5/D1/26  nd

Gunthorpe, Farm, buildings  5ANC5/D1/27  n.d

Contents:
Rough plan

Dowsbyton  5ANC5/D2/1  1855

Contents:
Plan of farm

Empingham, plans of Prebendal trust, 1921 Empingham, proposed alterations to farm buildings  5ANC5/D2/2  n.d

Hambleton  5ANC5/D2/3  n.d

Contents:
Armley Lodge

Ketton  5ANC5/D2/4  1899

Normanton  5ANC5/D2/5  n.d

Contents:
? plan of bridge

Normanton  5ANC5/D2/6  n.d. (early to mid 19 cent)

Contents:
?, Hall plans

Rippingdale school  5ANC5/D2/7  n.d

Rutland Gate  5ANC5/D2/8  n.d

Contents:
Frezby Lodge

Whissendine  5ANC5/D2/9  1935

Contents:
Farmhouse

Unidentified building plans. (Stocken cottages, 1909; Poole; farm Stones, 1888)  5ANC5/D2/10  [n.d.]

Genealogical table & Webb History, by J.J.H. Howis  5ANC5/E/1  1851

(printed)

Accounts.  5ANC6  [n.d.]

Lindsey Coast and Grimsthorpe Estates (Willoughby).  5ANC6/A  [n.d.]

Abstracts of Accounts  5ANC6/A/1-12  1886-9, 1897-1904

Cash Books  5ANC6/A/13  1886-9

Cash Books  5ANC6/A/13A  Nov. & Dec. 1889

Cash Books  5ANC6/A/14  1897-1900

Cash Books  5ANC6/A/15  1900-04

Cash Books  5ANC6/A/16  1905-09

Cash Books  5ANC6/A/17  1909-11

Estate Ledger  5ANC6/A/18  1909-11

Contents:
Receipts and payments.
(Classified receipts and payments under various heads).

Rents Received at Audit.  5ANC6/A/19  1908-12

Rents Received at Audit.  5ANC6/A/20  1913-21

Rents Received at Audit.  5ANC6/A/21  1921-39

Allotment Rent Receipts.  5ANC6/A/22-4  1909-11

Allotment Rent Receipts.  5ANC6/A/25  1912-21

Rentals  5ANC6/A/26  n.d

Pocket Note-book size

Contents:
Grimsthorpe Rental

Rentals  5ANC6/A/27  n.d

Pocket Note-book size

Contents:
Grimsthorpe Rental

Rentals  5ANC6/A/28  1905

Pocket Note-book size

Contents:
'Lindsey Coast Rental'

Rentals  5ANC6/A/29  1908

Pocket Note-book size

Contents:
'Lindsey Coast Rental'

Rentals  5ANC6/A/30  n.d

Pocket Note-book size

Contents:
'Lindsey Coast Rental'

Rentals  5ANC6/A/31  n.d

Pocket Note-book size

Contents:
'Lindsey Coast Rental'

Audit Rental  5ANC6/A/32-46  1908-25

15 items, an unbroken series

Account book of Firewood Sold  5ANC6/A/47  Jan. 1897 - Aug 1901

Account book - Garden Produce Sold  5ANC6/A/48  Sep 1898 - Feb. 1901

Classified Abstracts of Accounts.  5ANC6/A/49  1 Jan. - 31 Dec. 1885

Contents:
James Carr and Henry A. Cholmondely with the Baroness Willoughby de Eresby

Classified Abstracts of Accounts.  5ANC6/A/50  1 Jan - 31 Dec. 1886

Contents:
Gordon A. Scott with the Baroness Willoughby de Eresby

Heathcote Estates, Lincs. and Rutland.  5ANC6/B  [n.d.]

Normanton Estate Abstracts of Accounts  5ANC6/B/1-19  1870-88

Contents:
For Lincs. Rutland, Hunts. Derby and Norfolk estates.

Normanton Estates, Audit Rentals  5ANC6/B/20-37  1906-25

Normanton Estates, Rentals  5ANC6/B/38-56  1870, 1872 (Quarto size). 1877, 1883, 1885, 1888, 1890, 1894, 1896 (2 copies), 1897 (2 copies), 1901 (2 copies), 1904, 1907, 1909 and n.d. (pocket books)

pocket-book or Quarto size

Normanton Estate. Classified Accounts  5ANC6/B/57  1901-2

Normanton Estate. Classified Accounts  5ANC6/B/58  1903-5

Normanton Estate. Allotments Rental  5ANC6/B/59  1901-47

Contents:
(Enclosed loose are rents of Morcott allotments (1948-53)

Audit Receipts  5ANC6/B/60-61  1903-9, 1909-25

Normanton Estate, Cash Books  5ANC6/B/62-4  1899-1901, 1902-3, 1904-5

Normanton Estate, Cash Book  5ANC6/B/65-7  1904-5, 1905 and 1907: 1911 (Jan. to June)

Normanton Estate, Cash Book  5ANC6/B/68  1915-17

Normanton Estate, Wages Books  5ANC6/B/69-70  1912-15, 1915-20

Normanton Works Building Account  5ANC6/B/71  1897-1901

Duplicate of 5ANC6/B/71  5ANC6/B/71a  1897-1905

Normanton Estates building Account Abstracts  5ANC6/B/72-4  1887, 1891, 1894

Pocket-size note books

Accounts of Thomas Syson, receiver of the estates of Lord Aveland  5ANC6/B/75  Lady Day, 1868

Accounts of Thomas Syson, receiver of the estates of Lord Aveland  5ANC6/B/76  Michaelmas, 1868

'Receipts and Payments on Account of Normanton from July, 1865 to Jan. 1866'  5ANC6/B/77  1865-1866

Contents:
Classified accounts, probably of Thomas Syson - written in same hand as 5ANC6/B/75 and 76

Normanton Coach and Stable Account Book  5ANC6/B/78  1893-1900

Normanton Garden, Stables and Motor Account  5ANC6/B/79  1911-16

Normanton Home Farm Diary and Labour accounts  5ANC6/B/80-1  1876-7, 1880-1

Contents:
With other miscellaneous accounts, in 'The Practical Farmer's Yearly Account Book'

Normanton Home Farm Accounts  5ANC6/B/82  1907-13

Contents:
With yearly valuations of implements, stock and crops.

Normanton Home Farm Accounts  5ANC6/B/83  1913-19

Contents:
With yearly valuations of implements, stock and crops.

Normanton Home Farm Accounts  5ANC6/B/84  1920-25

Normanton Home Farm Accounts  5ANC6/B/85  1918-21

Contents:
First draft for above ? - a less expensive note book.

Luffenham Farm Accounts  5ANC6/B/86  1931-34

Luffenham Farm Accounts  5ANC6/B/87  1933-39

Luffenham Farm Accounts  5ANC6/B/88  1939-45

Rippingale Fen Farm Accounts  5ANC6/B/89  1918-20

Hardwick and other Farms. Accounts  5ANC6/B/90  1907-18

Contents:
Enclosing account for 1905 and valuations and inventories

Abstracts of accounts, Normanton Home Farm and other farms  5ANC6/B/91-97  1887-95

All Estates  5ANC6/C  [n.d.]

Normanton and Lindsey Coast Estates Audit Rentals  5ANC6/C/1  1931-4

Normanton and Lindsey Coast Estates Audit Rentals  5ANC6/C/2  1934-7

Normanton and Lindsey Coast Estates Audit Rentals  5ANC6/C/3  1937-40

Normanton and Lindsey Coast Estates Audit Rentals  5ANC6/C/4  1940-43

Abstracts of Cash Books and Rentals.  5ANC6/C/5  1833-1856

46 items

Arrangement: one packet for each estate for each year


Contents:
Grimsthorpe Estate 1833, 1842-56.
Lindsey Coast Estate, 1842-50.
Perth Estate, 1842-61.
Gwydyr Estate, 1842-51.

Executors of the Earl of Ancaster Estate A/c.  5ANC6/C/6  1951-3

pocket size note-book

A number of small note-books containing rough inventories of Grimsthorpe and Normanton Home Farms, Works, Machinery etc.  5ANC6/C/7  Some are dated 1911, the rest are undated but probably 1911

8 items

Fee Farm Rents  5ANC6/D  [n.d.]

Rental of Fee Farm Rents (purchased ?) from Duke of Leeds.  5ANC6/D/1  Michaelmas, 1743

Rental of Fee Farm Rents  5ANC6/D/2  1880-1882

Rental of Fee Farm Rents  5ANC6/D/3  1883-1886

Rental of Fee Farm Rents  5ANC6/D/4  1887-1890

Rental of Fee Farm Rents  5ANC6/D/5  1891-1894

Rental of Fee Farm Rents  5ANC6/D/6  1895-1899

Rental of Fee Farm Rents  5ANC6/D/7  1899-1902

Rental of Fee Farm Rents  5ANC6/D/8  1903-1906

Rental of Fee Farm Rents  5ANC6/D/9  1907-1910

Rental of Fee Farm Rents  5ANC6/D/10  1911-1914

Book of receipt-stubs for the redemption of Fee Farm Rents  5ANC6/D/11  1883-1944

Personal Accounts  5ANC6/E  [n.d.]

Sir Gilbert Heathcote (3rd part.); Receipts and Payments.  5ANC6/E/1  1745-85

?Sir Gilbert Heathcote (4th part.); Receipts and Payments.  5ANC6/E/2  ? 1793-96

Hon. P.R.A. Burrell  5ANC6/E/3  1809-1820

Contents:
Cash book. Election expenses, 1818, mainly Boston Elections 1812 & 1818, with other misc. political expenses, 1809-1820.

Bank Books  5ANC6/F  [n.d.]

With Goslings and Sharpe Ltd., later Barclays  5ANC6/F/1  [n.d.]

Lord Aveland.  5ANC6/F/1/1  1862-5

Hon. G.H. Heathcote = Lord Aveland = Lord Willoughby de Eresby = Earl of Ancaster  5ANC6/F/1/2-33  1864-1909

Lord Aveland. Security Account  5ANC6/F/1/34  1865-6

Lord Aveland. List of securities.  5ANC6/F/1/35  1865-66

Earl of Ancaster and J.M. Heathcote, Trustees of the Will of the late Lord Aveland  5ANC6/F/1/36  1892

The Baroness Willoughby de Eresby, Estate Account, 1870-4, 1874-80.  5ANC6/F/1/37-9  1881-8

C. Sykes and Edmund Turnor  5ANC6/F/1/40  1883-95

Earl of Ancaster No. 1 Account  5ANC6/F/1/41-2  1933-5, 1940-41

Earl of Ancaster, No. 3 Account  5ANC6/F/1/43-4  1925-35

With Barclays Bank Ltd., Stamford.  5ANC6/F/2  [n.d.]

E.B. Binns No. 2 Account.  5ANC6/F/2/1-3  1916-17, 1918-19, 1919-21

With Eaton Cayley & Co., later The Stamford, Spalding and Boston Banking Co.  5ANC6/F/3  [n.d.]

Lord Aveland = Lord Willoughby de Eresby = Earl of Ancaster, Private Account  5ANC6/F/3/1-11  1869-1904

Earl of Ancaster, Building Account  5ANC6/F/3/12  1897

Earl of Ancaster, Estate Account  5ANC6/F/3/13  1897-1900

Earl of Ancaster, Farm Account  5ANC6/F/3/14  1897-1901

James Curr, Stock Account  5ANC6/F/3/15  1883-4

Contents:
Contains also cheque book stubs 1884-5

With Peacock, Handley and Co., later Peacock, Willson and Co., later Lloyd's Bank, Bourne.  5ANC6/F/4  [n.d.]

Baroness Willoughby de Eresby  5ANC6/F/4/1-2  1871-1875

G.H. Heathcote = Lord Aveland = Lord Willoughby de Eresby = Earl of Ancaster  5ANC6/F/4/3-7  1865-1904

G.H. Heathcote = Lord Aveland = Lord Willoughby de Eresby = Earl of Ancaster, Cheque Book stubs  5ANC6/F/4/8  1885

Earl of Ancaster, Estate Account  5ANC6/F/4/9-12  1897-8, 1899-1902, 1902-6, 1928-39

Earl of Ancaster, Second Account  5ANC6/F/4/13  1911-13

Earl of Ancaster, Creeton Farm Old Account  5ANC6/F/4/14  1925-6

Earl of Ancaster, Creeton Farm New Account  5ANC6/F/4/15  1922-3

Earl of Ancaster, Home Farm Accounts  5ANC6/F/4/16  1912-18

Earl of Ancaster, Park Farm Accounts  5ANC6/F/4/17-19  1909-16, 1916-20, 1924-34

Earl of Ancaster, Rippingale Fen Farm Account  5ANC6/F/4/20  1918-20

Earl of Ancaster, H(ouse ?) and G(ardens)? Account, 1943054  5ANC6/F/4/21  nd

Contents:
'H & G. A/c' on cover; inside 'Luffenham Farm A/C' has been deleted.

James Curr of Empingham  5ANC6/F/4/22  1883-5

With Garfit, Claypon and Co., Spilsby  5ANC6/F/5  [n.d.]

Lord Willoughby de Eresby = Earl of Ancaster Estate, Account  5ANC6/F/5/1  1889-96

With Capital and Counties Bank, Spilsby and Stamford  5ANC6/F/6  [n.d.]

Lord Willoughby de Eresby M.P. = 2nd Earl of Ancaster  5ANC6/F/6/1-2  1905-7, 1909-11

Earl of Ancaster, Hardwick and other Farms Account  5ANC6/F/6/3  1913-18

With North and South Wales Bank Ltd. Llanrwst.  5ANC6/F/7  [n.d.]

Baroness Willoughby de Eresby, Gwydyr Castle Account  5ANC6/F/7/1  1873-81

Lord Willoughby de Eresby = Earl of Ancaster, Gwydyr Castle Account  5ANC6/F/7/2  1888-99

With the Union Bank of Scotland, Crieff.  5ANC6/F/8  [n.d.]

Baroness Willoughby de Eresby  5ANC6/F/8/1-2  1875-83

Lord Willoughby de Eresby = Earl of Ancaster  5ANC6/F/8/3  1888-1902

Misc. Accounts  5ANC6/G  [n.d.]

Lord Willoughby de Eresby's Sussex Estate (Sussex and Middlesex according to the cover) Accounts  5ANC6/G/1  1829-34

Contents:
Rents received balanced against Land Tax and other expenses.
Followed by:-
'1836 Payments male since closing the Rental'.
"Feb. 3 Norris Wm. repairing monuments in Cuckfield Church £1.4.2

Accounts of G. Booth  5ANC6/G/2  1841-7

Contents:
Mainly for receipts from timber sales on Lindsey Coast Estates.

Cash Book for 'Accounts Paid and Rents Received in London'.  5ANC6/G/3  1861-70

Contents:
The receipts and payments are entered in different sections of the book and there are many blank pages.
The accountant is probably Lord Willoughby's London agent, Kennedy.
There are items relating to all estates including the Welsh and Scottish.

Park House Farm. (at or near Castle Bytham)  5ANC6/G/4  1881-4

Contents:
Account of payments for agistment

Major the Hon. Charles G.H.D. Willoughby, Norfolk Estates.  5ANC6/G/5  [n.d.]

Contents:
Rental of Norfolk Estate (pocket size), 1903-5.
South Lynn, North Runcton, Tilney St. Lawrence and West Winch.

Estate Accounts  5ANC6/G/6-8  1904-5, 5-6, 9-15

pocket size. Rough copies.

Account of Receipts and Expenditure on the Norfolk Estate  5ANC6/G/9  1912-24

Pocket size

Hardwick, Shacklewell and Grimsthorpe Farms Account, Book  5ANC6/G/10  1896-1901

Contents:
Enclosed loose in this volume are returns to the Surveyor of Taxes - 'Farmers Appeals' for relief from Schedule B Income Tax, 1912-16.

Private Building Account of George P. Kennedy, Architect  5ANC6/G/11  1846-9

Contents:
Work at Drummond Castle, Dolwyddelan Church and Castle, Gwydyr Offices, Edenham Church stained-glass, etc.

Estate Papers  5ANC7  [n.d.]

Draft and Counterpart Leases.  5ANC7/A  [n.d.]

Boston  5ANC7/A/1  [n.d.]

Lease  5ANC7/A/1/1  1779

Contents:
Duke of Ancaster to Robert Stocks.
Messuage and land near Willoughby Hills.
30 years.

Lound  5ANC7/A/2  [n.d.]

Contract of Tenancy  5ANC7/A/2/1  3 March, 1915

Contents:
S and G.H. Covill with Hon. S.H.D. Willoughby.
3 acres of land.

Partney, Saltfleetby and Saltfleet  5ANC7/A/3  [n.d.]

Surrender of Lease  5ANC7/A/3/1  3 Feb. 1729/30

Contents:
Booth to Duke of Ancaster.
Messuage and lands in Partney & Saltfleetby.

Abstract of Conveyance.  5ANC7/A/3/2  30-31 May, 1832

Contents:
Lord Willoughby de Eresby to George Thomas Palmer.
Ship Inn, Saltfleet.

Skendleby.  5ANC7/A/4  [n.d.]

Draft Conveyance  5ANC7/A/4/1  1899

Contents:
Earl of Ancaster to Skendleby Churchyard owners.
Piece of land for an addition to churchyard (plan attached)

Spilsby  5ANC7/A/5  [n.d.]

Counterpart Lease.  5ANC7/A/5/1  20 Oct. 1780

Contents:
Peter Burrell, Esq., and Lady Willoughby de Eresby to William Chapman.
Messuage and lands for 21 years.

Counterpart Lease.  5ANC7/A/5/2  17 Jan. 1785

Contents:
Sir Peter Burrell and Lady Willoughby to Thomas Thompson.
Messuage, known as the Old Rental Yard for [...] years.

Copy Bargain and Sale  5ANC7/A/5/3  19th Century

Contents:
Lord Gwydyr to to Messrs. Brackenbury, as Trustee for the Justices of the Peace.
Plot of land as the site for a prison.

Bundle of Particulars and Conditions of Sale, Abstracts of Title, and legal opinions on title relating to closes in Spilsby, late Joseph Brackenbury  5ANC7/A/5/4  1830

18 items.

Copy Lease.  5ANC7/A/5/5  13 Feb. 1845

Contents:
Lord Willoughby de Eresby to Reverend Thomas Hollway.
Dwelling house and lands for 99 years, terminating on the death of the lessee.

Copy Lease  5ANC7/A/5/6  26th March, 1847

Contents:
Lord Willoughby de Eresby to Reverend Thomas Hollway.
Cottage and garden for 96 years, terminable on death of lessee.

Stainfield  5ANC7/A/6  [n.d.]

Copy Conveyance.  5ANC7/A/6/1  1 November, 1906

Contents:
Earl of Ancaster and others to Thomas P. Allatt and others.
Plot of land on which to build a Chapel for Protestant Dissenters.

Toynton St. Peter; High and Low Toynton.  5ANC7/A/7  [n.d.]

Lease.  5ANC7/A/7/1  18 May, 1739

Contents:
James Douglas and Albinia Duchess Dowager of Ancaster, his wife to Peregrine, Duke of Ancaster.
Messuage and c. 80 acres of land in Toynton St. Peter for 40 years.

Abstract of Conveyance  5ANC7/A/7/2  1834

Contents:
Lord Willoughby de Eresby to Mr. Richard Balington.
Two closes of land in High and Low Toynton.

Willoughby.  5ANC7/A/8  [n.d.]

Counterpart Lease.  5ANC7/A/8/1  5 April, 1862

Contents:
Lord Willoughby de Eresby to Messrs. Tonge and Bradley.
Piece of land with the messuage and shop thereon, for 31 years.

Empingham: Rutland  5ANC7/A/9  [n.d.]

1 Bundle

'Legal Opinions on the subject of the Rectorial and Vicarial Tithes of Empingham.'  5ANC7/A/9/1  1848

printed

Lease  5ANC7/A/9/2  nd

Contents:
Reverend Thomas Lovlek Cooper to George Nutt. House, farm and premises, for 20 years.

Agreement to Let  5ANC7/A/9/3  4 September, 187?

Contents:
Reverend Thomas Lovlek Cooper to Lord Aveland.
Farm and premises, to hold from year to year.

Agreement, legal opinion and Correspondence relating to Empingham Glebe Land.  5ANC7/A/9/4  1872

Quarter Sessions Order  5ANC7/A/9/5  1896

Copy

Contents:
Altering Empingham Corn Rent

Langham: Rutland  5ANC7/A/10  [n.d.]

Counterpart Lease  5ANC7/A/10/1  29 March, 1810

Contents:
Sir Gilbert Heathcote to John Porter.
Upper Dry Close to hold for life.

Counterpart Lease  5ANC7/A/10/2  5 June, 1812

'Clickcedig als. Clitterew': Denbighshire  5ANC7/A/11  [n.d.]

Counterpart lease  5ANC7/A/11/1  30 Jan. 1732/3

Contents:
Marquess of Lindsey to Evan Lloyd, a Clerk of the Petty Bag in the High Court of Chancery.
Messuage, tenement and lands, for 21 years.

Alconbury and Weston: Huntingdonshire  5ANC7/A/12  [n.d.]

Particulars of Sale of 'The Deanery Manor of Alconbury' with properties in Alconbury and Weston to be sold 20th Aug. 1807  5ANC7/A/12/1  1807

4 items.

printed

Contents:
Annotated with prices and names of buyers.
Together with 3 abstracts of conveyances from Lord Gwydyr and Sir Vicary Gibbs to purchaser, 1808.

Knightsbridge: London  5ANC7/A/13  [n.d.]

Copy of Contract for Grant of an Agreement for Building Lease, Earl of Ancaster to J. Gerrard and Sons Eresby House, Rutland Gate.  5ANC7/A/13/1  nd

Contents:
With inventory, together with counterpart Leases of adjoining houses in Montpellier ...

Chelsea: London  5ANC7/A/14  [n.d.]

Agreements for sale of leasehold of No. 19 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, and Correspondence  5ANC7/A/14/1  1911

6 items.

N. Runcton, S. Lynn, W. Winch, etc: Norfolk  5ANC7/A/15  [n.d.]

Agreement for lease  5ANC7/A/15/1  22 Dec. 1892

Contents:
Earl of Ancaster to Messrs. John Gore, Senior and Junior.
Farm in W. Winch and Satchey.

Counterpart Lease.  5ANC7/A/15/2  3rd Oct. 1902

Contents:
Earl of Ancaster to William Gamble.
Messuage and lands in S. Lynn and N. Runcton. For 5 years

Counterpart Lease.  5ANC7/A/15/3  28 Oct. 1904

Contents:
Major the Hon. Charles S.H.D. Willoughby to J.R Roofe.
Messuage, lands and premises in N. Runcton, Middleton and S. Lynn (with plan)

Counterpart Lease  5ANC7/A/15/4  10 Oct. 1905

Contents:
Major the Hon. C.S.H.D. Willoughby to John Gore, Junior.
Farmhouse, lands and premises in W. Winch, Satchey and S. Lynn.
5 years.
(Enclosing lease of piece of pasture ground in W. Winch: Lord Aveland to John Gore, 20 Dec. 1881)

Tilney, St. Lawrence: Norfolk  5ANC7/A/16  [n.d.]

Agreement for Tenancy  5ANC7/A/16/1  20 May, 1897

Contents:
Earl of Ancaster to J.A. and F.C. Parsons.
Aylmer Hall Farm (With plan).

Sale Catalogues  5ANC7/B  [n.d.]

'Advertisement Book'  5ANC7/B/1  1883-1900

Contents:
Sale bills and posters and newspaper cuttings (Lincolnshire and Rutland estates) pasted into a book (with an incomplete index).

Misc. Catalogues - Lincolnshire  5ANC7/B/2  1802-1957

Estates of Sir Gilbert Heatchote, Bart.  5ANC7/B/2/1  1802

3 copies

Torn and crumpled - has probably been used for wrapping

Birch Reynardson Estates in parts of Lindsey  5ANC7/B/2/2  1911

Map.

Baston and Thurlby. 'Thetford Home Farm'  5ANC7/B/2/3  1933

Boothby Pagnell, both with maps.  5ANC7/B/2/4  1930, 1934

2 catalogues

Bourne  5ANC7/B/2/5  1910, 1912; 1933, 1940

4 catalogues all with plans

The Bulby Estate: Rippingale, Kirby Underwood, Irnham, Edenham, Dunsby and Hacconby  5ANC7/B/2/6  1921

3 copies (plan)

Castle Bytham  5ANC7/B/2/7  [n.d.]

Contents:
1. The Castle Bytham Estate, 1919 (plan)
2. The Glebe Farm, 1939, (plan).

Careby  5ANC7/B/2/8  1941; 1944; 1951

3 catalogues

all with plans

The Corby, Birkholme and Swayfield Estate.  5ANC7/B/2/9  [n.d.]

Counthorpe  5ANC7/B/2/10  1951

plan

Dalby  5ANC7/B/2/11  1923

plan

Deeping St. Nicholas  5ANC7/B/2/12  1938

plan.

The Dowsby Hall Estate  5ANC7/B/2/13  1913

plan.

Fishtoft and Freiston  5ANC7/B/2/14  1933; 1935; 1936

3 catalogues

2 have plans

Frampton Hall Estate  5ANC7/B/2/15  1947

plan

Gayton and Tothill Estates Gayton-le-Marsh etc.  5ANC7/B/2/16  1910

plan

Gosberton  5ANC7/B/2/17  1928

plan

Contents:
Also correspondence with auctioneers

Grimsthorpe. Timber sales  5ANC7/B/2/18  1902 (2): 1905: 1909; 1914

Hacconby and Morton  5ANC7/B/2/19  1912

plan

Hagnaby and Trusthorpe.  5ANC7/B/2/20  [n.d.]

plans

Contents:
1. The Hagnaby Estate, 1929
2. Hagnaby Abbey Farm, 1941

Harlaxton Manor Estate  5ANC7/B/2/21  1937

plan

The Hatton Estate  5ANC7/B/2/22  1936

plan

Ingoldsby &c.  5ANC7/B/2/23  [n.d.]

plans

Contents:
1. Ingoldsby and Lenton Estates, 1913
2. Ingoldsby, Osgodby and Lenton Estates, 1913

Keisby and Lenton Estates  5ANC7/B/2/24  1914

plan

Manthorpe Estate  5ANC7/B/2/25  1919

plan

Pinchbeck and Bourne  5ANC7/B/2/26  1938

plan

Raithby Hall Estate  5ANC7/B/2/27  1941

plan

Rippingale  5ANC7/B/2/28  1918; 1954

2 catalogues

plans

The Somersby Estate  5ANC7/B/2/29  1905 and 1925

plans

Great and Little Steeping etc.  5ANC7/B/2/30  1917

plan

Sutterby House Farm  5ANC7/B/2/31  1938

plan

Sutton-on-Sea  5ANC7/B/2/32  1931

plan

Swineshead etc.  5ANC7/B/2/33  1937

3

all with plans

Timberland  5ANC7/B/2/34  1957

plan

Toynton All Saints and St. Peters etc.  5ANC7/B/2/35  1910 and 1912

2 catalogues

both with plans

Wainfleet St. Mary  5ANC7/B/2/36  1933

plan

Partney  5ANC7/B/2/37  1911

Timber sales: Grimsthorpe, 1877, 1878, 1880: Kirkby Underwood, 1877; Welton, 1913, 1914.  5ANC7/B/2/38  [n.d.]

9 items

Rutland  5ANC7/B/3  1861-1955

The Edith Weston Estate  5ANC7/B/3/1  1913

2 copies

plans and MS. notes

E.W. Hall and Estate  5ANC7/B/3/2  1944

plan

Grass land, at Edith Weston.  5ANC7/B/3/3  1937

plan

Empingham  5ANC7/B/3/4-8  [n.d.]

Contents:
1905 (timber), 1917 (timber), 1938 (plan) 1940 (two-- both with plans).

Ketton  5ANC7/B/3/9-10  1919, 1925

Leighfield  5ANC7/B/3/11  1946

Luffenham, North and South  5ANC7/B/3/12-14  1937, 1945, 1947

all with plans

Normanton Park timber  5ANC7/B/3/15  1906

Stretton Estate  5ANC7/B/3/16  1955

plans

Thistleton  5ANC7/B/3/17  1942

plan

Whissendine  5ANC7/B/3/18-20  1861; 1946, 1953

plans

The Fineshade Estate (Rutland and Northants.)  5ANC7/B/3/21  1937

plan

Norfolk  5ANC7/B/4  1910

North Runcton and West Winch  5ANC7/B/4/1  1910

plan.

Yorkshire (N. Riding)  5ANC7/B/5  1946

Nidderdale, The Ramsgill and Heathfield Moors  5ANC7/B/5/1  1946

plan

Acts of Parliament etc  5ANC7/C  [n.d.]

printed unless otherwise stated.

Bill, with Amendments, To Explain and Amend the Laws now in being relating to Sewers  5ANC7/C/1  1778

Act for Draining and Improving... Low, Marsh and Fen Lands.... between Boston Haven and Bourne  5ANC7/C/2  1765

3 copies

Deeping Fen  5ANC7/C/3  1676-1774

Ms. volume containing Award of Damages by Commissioners of Sewers to Daniel Wigmore 1676: Acts of Parliament 16 & 17 Charles II and 11 George II.  5ANC7/C/3/1  [n.d.]

Act to Amend previous Acts  5ANC7/C/3/2  1774

Empingham Enclosure Act  5ANC7/C/4  1794

East and West Fens.  5ANC7/C/5  1801-1810

Act for Dividing and Allotting.... the E. and W. Fens  5ANC7/C/5/1  1801

Act amending the above  5ANC7/C/5/2  1810

Firsby Enclosure Act  5ANC7/C/6  1819

River Glen. Improvement Bill  5ANC7/C/7  1915

Contents:
Bill to Confer Powers upon the Glen Bank Trustees, 1916: with extracts from a Report to the Board of Agriculture etc.

Gosberton Enclosure Act  5ANC7/C/8  1799

2 copies

Langtoft and Baston Enclosure Act  5ANC7/C/9  1801

Lincoln - Peterborough Road  5ANC7/C/10  1755-1822

Act for repairing and widening the Roads... from the East Side of Lincoln Heath to the City of Peterborough......  5ANC7/C/10/1  1755

Act continuing the Term, and altering and enlarging the Powers of the above  5ANC7/C/10/2  1800

Act for more effectually improving the Roads ....  5ANC7/C/10/3  1822

Martin (in Timberland), Blankney and Linwood. Enclosure and Drainage Act  5ANC7/C/11  1787

Sleaford, etc.  5ANC7/C/12  1792

Contents:
Act for making... a Navigation from Sleaford Castle Causeway, through the Town of Sleaford.... along the course of Sleaford Mill Stream and Kyme Eau, to the River Witham ......

Swaby and Belleau Enclosure Act  5ANC7/C/13  1788

Tattershall canal: Act for Enlarging and Improving ....  5ANC7/C/14  1792

Act for the better.... Draining of... Wild-more Fen and the East and West Fens ....  5ANC7/C/15  1801

River Witham.  5ANC7/C/16  1761-1818

Report of John Grundy, Langley Edward and John Smeaton on the present ruinous State and Condition of ....  5ANC7/C/16/1  1761

with plan

Act for Draining and Preserving.... Fens, lying on both sides of the River Witham  5ANC7/C/16/2  1762

Act for rendering more effectual several Acts for draining Low Lands on both sides of the River Witham, and in Wildmore Fen, and in the East and West Fens  5ANC7/C/16/3  1818

Railways and Drainage  5ANC7/D  [n.d.]

Edenham and Little Bytham Railway  5ANC7/D/1  31 Dec. 1870 to March 24, 1871

Contents:
Weekly Coal, Revenue and Passenger Returns

Edenham and Little Bytham Railway  5ANC7/D/2  1890

Contents:
Sale catalogue and related papers - sale of Railway Metal

Bourne Eau. Letters and misc. papers  5ANC7/D/3  1805-1909

c. 25 items

Contents:
Including:- summary of payments for maintenance 1880-97.
Report on River Glen, Kingston and Harrison 1883 (printed).

Black Sluice Drainage reports  5ANC7/D/4  1844, 45 General Report of the Level, 1904

3 items

printed

Deeping Fen Drainage  5ANC7/D/5  1856-1801

Resolutions of Proprietors interested in Drainage of the Welland  5ANC7/D/5/1  1856

printed

Drainage and Enclosure act of Deeping, Langtoft, Baston etc. Commons  5ANC7/D/5/2  1801

printed

Report, plan and elevations of proposed extension of the Hobhole Drain to Spilsby. Archibald Kennedy, surveyor.  5ANC7/D/6  1850

5 items.

Wainfleet St. Mary. Papers relating to dispute between Lord Willoughby and the Commissioners over Drainage Rate.  5ANC7/D/7  1812-1836

8 items.

Contents:
Including:
Case and Opinion of Attorny General, 1830.
Case and Opinion of Attorny General, 1836.
Copy of Act for Embanking, Enclosing and Draining, 1812-13.
Counsel's opinion, 1827.
Letters and misc. papers, 1827-8 and n.d.

River Witham Drainage.  5ANC7/D/8  1826-63

c. 30 items.

Contents:
Correspondence, printed reports and misc. papers

Nar Valley Drainage Act, 1881.  5ANC7/D/9  1881-6

30 items.

Contents:
Plan, correspondence and misc. papers, c.

Lynn and Fakenham Railway (Norfolk).  5ANC7/D/10  1882

14 items.

Contents:
Plans and correspondence relating to lands of Lord Aveland to be purchased by the Railway Co.

Misc. Drainage.  5ANC7/D/11  1848-1856

Cowbit Wash, demand for payment of Rate  5ANC7/D/11/1  1848

Notice of Meeting. Proprietors interested in drainage of Maxey North Fen.  5ANC7/D/11/2  1856

Memorial to the G.N.R., signed by Lord Aveland and others concerning the 'monstrous anomalies.. at Peterborough as to Railway arrangements.'  5ANC7/D/12  n.d

Coal Owners Associated London Railway - proposed line from Yorks. coalfield to London  5ANC7/D/13  1871

7 items.

Contents:
Forms showing Lord Aveland's rights in parishes through which the proposed line would run

Papers re sale of a strip of land at North Laffenham to the Midland Railway Co.  5ANC7/D/14  1898

Enclosure  5ANC7/E  [n.d.]

North and South Luffenham and Barrowden (Rutland)  5ANC7/E/1  1876-92

c. 150 items.

Contents:
Plans, North and South Luffenham only (8 items), Proceedings before Commissioners, Lists of Owners, Correspondence, and other papers

Pilton (Rutland)  5ANC7/E/2  1847-50

Contents:
Notices of Meetings, Accounts and Correspondence

Papers relating to celebration of Hon. G.H.D. Willoughby's 21st Birthday  5ANC7/F  1888

Accounts of subscriptions collected, and payments made.  5ANC7/F  1888

c. 100 items.

Contents:
Copies of address with amendments suggested at tenants' meetings.
Correspondence.

Miscellaneous; Estate Papers  5ANC7/G  [n.d.]

Arrangement: 5ANC7/G/2-27. Lincs. Estates
5ANC7/28-39 Rutland Estates (& Northants.)


Memoranda for Rent Audits, Particulars of Tenancies changing hands; Lists of Tenants in Arrears etc.  5ANC7/G/1  c. 1874-84

47 items.

General - Lincs  5ANC7/G/2  1897-1953

Notebooks recording changes of tenancy  5ANC7/G/2/1-2  1897-1910; 1913-53

Memorandum for Audit, Lindsey Coast estates  5ANC7/G/2/3  1884

Accounts of Chief and Quit Rents of Lincs. Manors for 1884.  5ANC7/G/2/4  [n.d.]

List of Tenants under Notice to Quit  5ANC7/G/2/5  1913

Aby, Belleau and Swaby.  5ANC7/G/2a  1704

Contents:
Brief for Defendant in case Elizabeth, Countess of Lindsey vs. Robert Earl of Lindsey, relating to lands in Abv, Swaby and Belleau

Aslackby (and Dowsby)  5ANC7/G/3  1872-1904

Correspondence and Memoranda relating to liability for repair of Fen Roads  5ANC7/G/3/1  1872

10 items

Correspondence and other papers relating to foundation of Aslackby and Dowsby Separate Drainage Board, and the drainage of Aslackby and Dowsby Fens  5ANC7/G/3/2  1901-4

c. 20 items.

Bourne.  5ANC7/G/4  1864-1913

Papers relating to drainage of Bourne South Fen  5ANC7/G/4/1  c. 1864-75

43 items

Papers re Cow-Commons  5ANC7/G/4/2  1878-89

18 items.

Auctioneer's Bill  5ANC7/G/4/3  1913

Castle Bytham.  5ANC7/G/5  1804-1880

Extract from Enclosure Award  5ANC7/G/5/1  1804

Letter from Edward Teesdale to T. Sturgess  5ANC7/G/5/2  1880

Contents:
He does not intend to purchase land in Bytham.

Estimate for water works  5ANC7/G/5/3  1863

Careby.  5ANC7/G/6  1830-1871

11 items

Contents:
Division of the Lordship, 1830; letters from General Birch Reynardson re Fee Farm Rent, 1842-3; School, 1871 etc.

Coningsby  5ANC7/G/7  1894-1898

Conveyance of a Messuage, Garden and Premises to Henry Watson  5ANC7/G/7/1  1894

6 items

Contents:
With related papers

Rent returns  5ANC7/G/7/2  1897/8

Corby.  5ANC7/G/8  1890

6 items

Contents:
Papers relating to letting of allotments (Correspondence and lists)

Cowbit.  5ANC7/G/9  Dec. 20th 1859

Contents:
Letter from William Ellis
Encloses rent and complains of flooding of his leasehold lands.

Dorrington  5ANC7/G/10  1897-9

3 items

Contents:
List of tithes due on Jan. 1st 1897, and related papers

Dunsby  5ANC7/G/11  1810-1895

Papers relating to Tithe Rent Charges  5ANC7/G/11/1  1870-72

8 items

Correspondence relating to Dunsby Lode Drain  5ANC7/G/11/2  1895

11 items

Frieston  5ANC7/G/12  nd

3 items

Contents:
Valuation of Tenant right on a farm belonging to Lord Ancaster and related papers.

Grimsthorpe  5ANC7/G/13  1847-1912

List of Plans of the Grimsthorpe Estate.  5ANC7/G/13/1  17 March, 1847

Plan, list of materials required etc., for building greenhouses  5ANC7/G/13/2  n.d

Gardens account  5ANC7/G/13/3  1911/12

Hacconby.  5ANC7/G/14  1732-1888

Abstract of title, list and other papers relating to the Tithes  5ANC7/G/14/1  1732-52

6 items

Papers and a plan relating to alterations to the estate  5ANC7/G/14/2  1870

8 items

Correspondence relating to the provision of Allotments for working men  5ANC7/G/14/3  1887-8

Hundleby.  5ANC7/G/15  1897

Contents:
Valuations of Tenant-right

Ingoldsby.  5ANC7/G/16  1857-1907

Valuations, Accounts of Charge and Discharge etc. relating to Ingoldsby farms  5ANC7/G/16/1  1881-5

c. 40 items

Contents:
(In the same bundle are similar papers re farms at Bulby, Hawthorpe and Laughton, 1883-5.

Valuation and Report on Lands requiring Drainage.  5ANC7/G/16/2  March, 1857

marble-covered notebook

Sale of Underwood  5ANC7/G/16/3  1907

5 items

Contents:
A small notebook enclosing other papers

Valuation List of the Parish of Ingoldsby  5ANC7/G/16/4  July, 4th 1870

Misc. correspondence and other papers  5ANC7/G/16/5  c. 1871-91

Contents:
re Ingoldsby brickyard, Cow Commons etc.

Kirkby Underwood.  5ANC7/G/17  1850-1900

List of tenants and their holdings (post 1844)  5ANC7/G/17/1  c. 1850

a book

Plan of Cow Pasture  5ANC7/G/17/2  n.d

sketch

Accounts and other papers relating to Kirkby Brickyard  5ANC7/G/17/3  1869-76

c. 45 items

Contents:
Also Ingoldsby and Luffenham Brickyards.

Letters from Rev. F. Emly to Lord Aveland  5ANC7/G/17/4  1871

4 items

Contents:
re Bede Houses

Plans and correspondence relating to building a new School  5ANC7/G/17/5  1894-6

c. 20 items

Contents:
Including letter from Bishop King

Misc. Correspondence, sketch plans, and other papers  5ANC7/G/17/6  1864-c. 1900

16 items

Langtoft  5ANC7/G/18  1892-93

Plan and letters relating to school  5ANC7/G/18/1  1892-3

3 items

Plan of house and land in an envelope labelled "Sale to Grummitt"  5ANC7/G/18/2  n.d

Lenton.  5ANC7/G/19  1842-1894

Sketch plan of lands exchanged by Sir Gilbert Heathcote and the Vicar  5ANC7/G/19/1  1842

Sketch plan of a piece of land, occupied by Mr. Chambers, belonging to Lord Aveland  5ANC7/G/19/2  1870

Memorandum, and Plan:- Boundary between Lord Aveland's estate and the Glebe Lands  5ANC7/G/19/3  1884

Letter from Lord Ancaster's agent, asking for Poor Rate Assessments on certain of Lord Aveland's property  5ANC7/G/19/4  1894

Valuation of Tenant-right  5ANC7/G/19/5  1884

Pinchbeck.  5ANC7/G/20  1819-1892

Extract from Enclosure Award  5ANC7/G/20/1  1819

Conveyance of land and correspondence re New School  5ANC7/G/20/2  1892

13 items

Spilsby.  5ANC7/G/21  c. 1875-81

c. 100 items

Contents:
Bundle of correspondence and other papers, with a few building plans, relating to sales and purchases of property etc

Stainfield. Nr Bourne  5ANC7/G/22  1896

6 items

Contents:
Correspondence relating to water supply

Stickford  5ANC7/G/23  1911

Contents:
Insurance Policy for Stickford Lodge and premises

Swinstead.  5ANC7/G/24  1830-31, 1851-3

7 items

Contents:
Receipts for, and correspondence relating to Fee Farm Rent of the Rectory

Toynton  5ANC7/G/25  1653-1880

Declaration by Montague, Earl of Lindsey that the Advowson of Upper Toynton shall be considered part of Sir Henry Vane's purchase of the Manor of Belleau, unless, before the end of Michaelmas Term, he can prove it otherwise, to the satisfaction of Sergeant Browne.  5ANC7/G/25/1  13 July, 1653

Copy of an Order in Council uniting Toynton St. Peter and Toynton All Saints  5ANC7/G/25/2  April 27 1842

Papers re exchange between Baroness Willoughby de Eresby and the Rector, 1871, and other misc. papers 1880. Probably Toynton All Saints  5ANC7/G/25/3  [n.d.]

13 items

Wainfleet.  5ANC7/G/26  1907

22 items

Contents:
Correspondence and other papers re Willoughby Trust Property

Walcot.  5ANC7/G/27  1791-1889

"A Particular of Sir Gilbert's Heathcote's Estate at Walcott, as it was Lett in the year 1744".  5ANC7/G/27/1  [n.d.]

List of tithes.  5ANC7/G/27/2  1791

Contents:
Details of crops and tithes out of them.
Endorsed "Mr. Lansdall's Tenants Account of their several Crops.... 1791".

Copy of letter to the Secretary, Education Department, re Walcot school  5ANC7/G/27/3  1872

Correspondence etc. relating to church restoration  5ANC7/G/27/4  1889

21 items

General - Rutland.  5ANC7/G/28  1878-1955

Changes of Tenancy note-books, Normanton Estates  5ANC7/G/28/1  1887-1955

5 items

Normanton Estate Building Time Bills  5ANC7/G/28/2  1878-85

8 items

Normanton Estate Building Time Bills. Memorandum for Lord Aveland  5ANC7/G/28/3  1883

Normanton Estate Building Time Bills. List of tenants in arrears  5ANC7/G/28/4  1885

Barnack, Bainton, Newborough and Colly Weston  5ANC7/G/29  c. 1875-91

c. 50 items

Contents:
Leases, plans, correspondence and other papers.

Brooke  5ANC7/G/30  1891

Contents:
Tithe Rent Charge

Empingham  5ANC7/G/31  1873-1894

Bundle of correspondence  5ANC7/G/31/1  1873-5

c. 40 items

Contents:
Mainly with the Rector about furnishing the school etc.

Plan, petition for Faculty and correspondence relating to restoration of church  5ANC7/G/31/2  1894

25 items

Bundle of papers relating to Queen Victoria's Jubilee  5ANC7/G/31/3  1887

Ketton  5ANC7/G/32  1810-1896

Land Tax Redemption  5ANC7/G/32/1  1810-12

3 items

Particulars of land purchased by Lord Aveland  5ANC7/G/32/2  1872

8 items

Contents:
And related correspondence

Memoranda enclosing description of land, from H.W. Hoffmann, who has discovered that he possesses land in Ketton and wants information about it  5ANC7/G/32/3  1896

Langham  5ANC7/G/33  1889-1899

Plans and other papers relating to land sold to the Commitee of the Cottesmore Hunt  5ANC7/G/33/1  1889

Papers relating to Lord Gainsborough's tithes  5ANC7/G/33/2  1899

c. 12 items

Contents:
Plans, correspondence etc.

Particulars of Langham tithes  5ANC7/G/33/3  1910

10 items

Contents:
Extract from Award and other papers

Tithe rent charge  5ANC7/G/33/4  1891-2

2 items

North and South Luffenham.  5ANC7/G/34  1799-1903

Copy of certificate of redemption of Land Tax  5ANC7/G/34/1  1799

Plans, correspondence and other papers relating to the sale of various properties, alterations, water supply etc.  5ANC7/G/34/2  c. 1875-1903

Reports, plans, correspondence and other papers relating to Ironstone and other mineral deposits  5ANC7/G/34/3  1892

Morcott.  5ANC7/G/35  1892-1915

Plan of Property sold to Reverend G.W. Clutterbuck  5ANC7/G/35/1  1892

6 items

Contents:
And correspondence

Tracing of Tithe Award.  5ANC7/G/35/2  [n.d.]

Correspondence relating to Morcott and Empingham Allotments  5ANC7/G/35/3  1914-15

Normanton.  5ANC7/G/36  1902

5 items

Contents:
Correspondence about a Pillar Post Box

Pilton.  5ANC7/G/37  1872-1899

Report and other papers concerning the sanitary condition of premises belonging to Lord Aveland  5ANC7/G/37/1  1872-3

7 items

Letters relating to case between the Leicestershire Banking Co. and John Cliffe  5ANC7/G/37/2  1899

2 items

Preston, Ridlington and Uppingham.  5ANC7/G/38  1838-1909

Apportionment of Stretton Tithes  5ANC7/G/38/1  1838

Estimate for proposed lean-to buildings  5ANC7/G/38/2  1877

Manor of Preston and Uppingham  5ANC7/G/38/3  1907

Contents:
Receipt for Redemption of two chief rents on land in Ridlington and Preston

Letter re redemption of a charge on lands at Ridlington for Exton Bread Charity  5ANC7/G/38/4  1909

Rippingale.  5ANC7/G/39  28 Oct., 1808

Contents:
Letter from Thomas Syson to John Forsyth relating to purchase of Land Tax

Chesterfield Derbyshire  5ANC7/G/40  1852-1891

30 items

Contents:
Rentals and valuations of the Chesterfield Estates 1852-78, and Tithe Rent Charge, 1891

Tilney St. Lawrence, North Runcton, South Lynn etc.  5ANC7/G/41  1841-c. 1904

c. 50 items

Contents:
Extract from N. Runcton Tithe award (1847), Rental (1903) correspondence and other papers

Miscellaneous.  5ANC7/G/42  1724-1928

Letter from Thomas Atwood the "Mr. Williams in Bolt Court in Fleet Street".  5ANC7/G/42/1  22 April, 1724

Contents:
"The Business with Mr. Burrell has bin very much delayed for which reason I know not I am ready any day to do my part & only waite your Orders. My Rent I expect to Lady Day last."

"State of the Charity for the relief of the Widows and Orphans of Poor Clergymen, and of the Necessitous Clergymen, within the Diocese of Peterborough."  5ANC7/G/42/2  1812/13

printed

Bundle of newspapers and cuttings.  5ANC7/G/42/3  1872-1928

Contents:
incl. cutting of an article re Steam Ploughing from The Times, 2.12.1872.

[no title or date]  5ANC7/H

Source of acquisition: The following miscellaneous estate papers were deposited by Mr. O. Stirling Lee, 26 Feb. 1960.


Burgh le Marsh.  5ANC7/H/1  1897

3 items

Contents:
Lease of Market Tolls.

Hundleby.  5ANC7/H/2  1915

Contents:
Tenancy Agreement.

Ingoldsby, Osgodby and Lenton.  5ANC7/H/3  1910-14

c. 30 items

Contents:
Correspondence and other papers relating to sale of The Ingoldsby Estate.

Partney.  5ANC7/H/4  1892

Contents:
Tenancy Agreement.

Spilsby.  5ANC7/H/5  1845-1925

56 items

Contents:
Counterpart Leases, Tenancy Agreements, correspondence and other papers.

Willoughby in the Marsh.  5ANC7/H/6  1871-91

9 items

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart, with correspondence

Winthorpe.  5ANC7/H/7  1918

Contents:
Counterpart Lease

Normanton.  5ANC7/H/8  1869-1908

Bundle of plans, specifications and other papers relating to Engine, Boiler and Machinery in Saw Mill and Workshops.  5ANC7/H/8/1  1869-70

12 items

Lease Agreement.  5ANC7/H/8/2  1908

2 items

Contents:
Earl of Ancaster to Lord Willoughby do. Eresby Normanton Hall, and Sporting Rights.

Willoughby Family Papers, and papers relating to Public Office.  5ANC8  [n.d.]

Case papers relating to the Lord Great Chamberlain Case, Cholmondely, vs. Ancaster  5ANC8/1  1901-2

3 boxes

Contents:
Includes transcripts of numerous documents in P.R.O. which were produced as evidence.

Papers relating to case Lord Albermarle Bertie and others vs. the Duke of Ancaster and others  5ANC8/2  1744-8

5 items

Contents:
5 contains inter al.
pp. 58-127 Schedule of personal estate of Peregrine, 2nd Duke of Ancaster at the time of his death. Valuation of dwelling houses and property. Detailed list of rents in arrear - all estates.
pp. 127-243 Schedule of such of his personal estate as has come to the hands of Lady Mary Bertie.
pp. 243-353 Account of Disbursements of Lady Mary Bertie out of personal estate of late Duke of Ancaster (incl. wages, taxes and many incidental expenses).
pp. 353-371 Schedule of the personal estate of the late Duke of Ancaster not yet received (rents in arrear).
pp. 371-373 Late Duke of Ancaster's personal estate that has come into hands of present Duke.
pp. 374-378 Schedule of jewels, rings, snuff-boxes and plate specifically devised in the Duke's will.

Case papers, correspondence and news-cuttings, Earl of Perth vs. Trustees of Lady Willoughby de Eresby.  5ANC8/3  1868-82

c. 25 items

Commission appointing the Duke of Ancaster Colonel of a Regiment of Foot  5ANC8/4  4th Oct. 1745

Contents:
With a copy of Grantham Public Library and Museum Report, containing article on Lincolnshire and the '45.

Lord Willoughby de Eresby's marriage  5ANC8/5  1905

List of wedding presents.  5ANC8/5/1  [n.d.]

Volume containing names of electors in Horncastle division with an illuminated address.  5ANC8/5/2  [n.d.]

Bundle of misc. papers related to presentations from tenants.  5ANC8/5/3  [n.d.]

Lord Willoughby de Eresby's marriage, Hon. Charles C.H.N. Willoughby's marriage  5ANC8/6  1903

Lord Willoughby de Eresby's marriage, Lord Willoughby de Eresby's coming of age, 1929, and marriage  5ANC8/7  1933

Invitation to Coronation Luncheon at London Guild Hall  5ANC8/8  1937

Letters Patent appointing the Earl of Ancaster Lord Lieutenant of Rutland, 6 Jan. 1921 (in a red dispatch-case).  5ANC8/9  [n.d.]

Register of Signatures of Peeresses and the unmarried daughters of Peers, admitted to the Galleries of the House of Lords  5ANC8/10  1874-1890

Note book containing devotional notes (? 1st Earl of Ancaster)  5ANC8/11  1880-1903

Diaries of 2nd Earl of Ancaster.  5ANC8/12  [n.d.]

Contents:
1-2 Journal of a voyage round the world, 1889-90.
(2 also contains Hunting diary, 1906-9.)
3 1917-8; 1940-44 (a loose-leaf folder).
4 1949-51.

Large green writing case containing correspondence Reports of Royal Commissions and misc. papers relating to the House of Lords. re palace of Westminster Office of Lord Great Chamberlain & Deputy; (Appointment of staff, responsibilities of officials, accomodation for visitors etc., including letters from Lord Carrington to Lord Willoughby de Eresby) c. 1873-88.  5ANC8/13  1874-88

8 letters

Order for the funeral after the death of the Duke of Wellington  5ANC8/14  18 Nov 1852

Statutes and Ordinances of the most noble order of St. George .....  5ANC8/15  17th Century

Quarte calf, fold ornament, 6" x 7½".

Contents:
At the beginning: Du tres noble et puissant Seigneur Robert Comte de Linsey baron Willoughby de Eresby, grand Chamberlain d'Angleterre, conseillier de Estat et chevalier du tres noble Ordre de la Gartierre Time of Queen Anne. Book belonging to Robert Marquis of Lindsey later first duke of Ancaster.

Typewritten copies of letters of the Hon. Claud H.D. Willoughby, serving with the Coldstream Guards in the Boer War, for at least part of the time in Command of a company.  5ANC8/16-17  Oct. 1899 - July 1902

Bound in blue leather with a red diagonal stripe, c. 9" x 10¾".

Conditions of access: permission must be obtained for the use of these letters.

Contents:
There are occasional comments on politics and on agriculture in South Africa, but mostly giving some idea of the life and action as he saw it, with the times of inaction and boredom also having to be endured.

A cloth bound folder entitled House of Lords War Memorial  5ANC8/18  post 1914

10" x 12".

Contents:
Contains: Illuminated parchment inscribed Peter Robert Heathcote-Drummond-Willoughby, fourth son of the first earl of Ancaster born 2 November 1885, educated in H.M.C. Britannia, Lieutenant-Commander Royal Navy, H.M.S. Monmouth Killed in action in the battle of Coronel 1 November 1914.
Printed form of service, description of memorial, list of names, of the House of Lords War Memorial (1914-18) unveiled by the Prince of Wales 10 March 1932.

Book inscribed: Westminster Hall 7 May 1937.  5ANC8/19  7 May 1937

Bound in red leather ornamented in gold, 8" x 10½"

Contents:
Inside title page: An account of the arrangements and procedure in Westminster Hall, Friday 7 May 1937 on the occasion of the luncheon of the Empire parliamentary Association at which H.M. King George VI welcomed the Prime Ministers and other delegates to the Imperial Conference and the Delegates to the Empire Parliamentary Conference.
Contains: a list of overseas delegates.
Photograph of the lunch in progress.
The arrangements, including the decorations and setting of the hall, the company and seating, the order of procedure at the Ceremony.
The Speech of the Lord Chancellor proposing the King's health.
A photograph showing the King delivering his reply.
The gracious reply.
The Speech of Speaker.
The speech of the Canadian Speaker.
Engraving of the Coronation banquet of King James II in Westminster Hall showing the Champion performing the ceremony of the Challenge.
Historical note on Coronation Feasts in Westminster Hall.
A note that 1000 copies were printed at the Cambridge University Press.

A book entitled The Opening of the new chamber of the House of Commons, 1950.  5ANC8/20  May 1951

Bound in green cloth with gold lettering. c. 9½" x 14"

Contents:
Title page: The new chamber of the House of Commons in the palace of Westminster an account of the opening Ceremony 26 Oct. 1950.
Contains an account of the destruction of the former chamber 11 May 1941.
The proceedings on quitting the Chamber of the House of Lords for the New Chamber, including a list of the processions, and of the gifts from the Commonwealth and Colonies to the new house.
Photographs of the ceremony, speeches in progress, etc. and of details of the new house. Two photographs show the Lord Great Chamberlain, Lord Willoughby de Eresby, E.D. (the present Lord Ancaster).
26 Oct. 1950.
Printed by H.M.S.O., photograph by Chiswick Press

Album entitled: The Great War.  5ANC8/21  1914-1945

Blue Cloth, spine partly detached, 12" x 15".

Contents:
Contains copy of The Times - portion containing full text of Sir Douglas Haig's despatch 22 Oct. 1918.
Programme of event at Ketton Hall on behalf of the Rutland branch of the British Red Cross Society 19 Jan. 1916.
Pasted in: newspaper cuttings of naval actions and news including the Pacific battle in which H.M.S. Monmouth took part and the list of those officially presumed to be lost including Lieut. Commander Peter R.H.D. Willoughby Rev. 1914, also cutting re the same battle, "The Action of Cronel" from the publication Army & Navy 26 Dec. 1914.
Photograph of Lieut. Commander Pete R.H.D. Willoughby from plague.
Other cuttings re naval affairs mainly 1914-16.
Cuttings re the Goldstream Guards, 1914.
Lists of recommendations for D.S.O., C.M.G., C.B. (Military Division) which include the name of Brigadier General the Hon. Charles Heathcote Drummond Willoughby
Printed booklet: History of the 23rd London Regiment, 1915.
Cutting re Major Henry Pattinson, eldest son of Alderman Robert Pattinson, of Ruskington who rose from second lieutenant to Major in less than a year and a half and is 19 years old, 1914-16.
Cutting re unveiling of a War memorial (1914-18) to those who lost their lives from the parishes of Empingham and Normanton, with a report of the address by the Earl of Ancaster.
Certificate of service in the Women's Land Army, the Lady Alice Willoughby (not dated) and two other items re the Women's Land Army.
Loose in the album: further newspaper cutting re the Colonel action and one from the Scots Pictorial 21 Nov. 1914 on the loss of Lieut. Commander Peter Willoughby making reference to his marriage only a year and 5 months before and the birth of a son.
Letter and form referring to the use of some rooms in Bracknell House, Normanton, with thanks to Lady Alice Willoughby 1941, also a certificate's signed by Queen Mary regarding Lady Alice Willoughby's sources to the Soldiers', Sailors' and Airmen's Families Association 1939-45.

Heathcote family paper and papers relating to Public Office  5ANC9  [n.d.]

Red dispatch-cases containing Letters Patent appointing Lord Avceland Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of Lincolnshire  5ANC9/1-2  1862

Contents:
With correspondence about oath-taking, payment of engrossing-fees etc

Appointment of Sir Gilbert Heathcote as Deputy Lieutenant of Rutland  5ANC9/3  1761

Statutory Declaration by Lionel Edward Heathcote that Gilbert Henry Heathcote, is the lawful successor of Gilbert John, Lord Aveland  5ANC9/4  1867

Marriage Certificate of Lionel Edward Heathcote and Dorcas Marting Alleway  5ANC9/5  1864

Lionel Edward Heathcote. Commissions as Cornet, Lieutenant and Captain  5ANC9/6  1813, 1816, 1823

Grant of Grave-space. Epsom Burial Board to Lionel Edward Heathcote  5ANC9/7  11 Jan. 1875

Hudson Family Papers  5ANC9/8  1781-1835

Contents:
Sir Gilbert Heathcote was apparently a trustee of the marriage settlement of Robert Hudson, Senior.

Accounts of Robert Hudson's farm and tithe at Tadworth  5ANC9/8/1  1781-2

Paper backed on canvas

Vouchers for work on tombstones and vaults at Sunbury and Teddington Churchyards (Middx.)  5ANC9/8/2  1781

3 items

Letters from Robert Hudson to Robert junior, with draft replies, also few letters from other persons after his death  5ANC9/8/3  1812-18

114 items

Contents:
Found wrapped in "The Times' 5.6.1835 and labelled 'Letters relative to the state of old Mr. Hudson's affairs. With answers from his son. To be kept as highly interestin'

Case for opinion of Mr. Bell  5ANC9/8/4  n.d. (post 1812)

A red leather folder, engraved with the name 'JOHN HEATHCOTE'  5ANC9/9  1708-1787

French exercise - essays, poems, "Pensees" etc.  5ANC9/9/1  [n.d.]

Contents:
One book and many loose papers (Possibly by the John Heathcote who died 1802)

News letter "No. 82 Paris 11 bre 1787".  5ANC9/9/2  [n.d.]

A parcel labelled 'Records of the different members of the Heathcote Family.  5ANC9/9/3  [n.d.]

15 items

Contents:
Contains miscellaneous papers pasted into a folder, including receipts by Sir Gilbert Heathcote for interest on Government loans, 1708, 1725: a plan of Epsom Race Course, 18th century (printed): cuttings from Peerage: etc.

Papers in a deed box labelled "the Will of Sir Gilbert Heathcote Bart. With other documents. thereunto belonging, 1851"  5ANC9/10  1827-1851

Will of Sir Gilbert Heathcote  5ANC9/10/1  1834

Contents:
With later codicils and 'Instructions about Plate'

Epitome of Charges on the Estate under the first and second marriage settlements of Sir Gilbert Heathcote and under the marriage settlement of Gilbert John Heathcote.  5ANC9/10/2  [n.d.]

Release  5ANC9/10/3  9 May, 1833

Contents:
G.A.F., Thomas, and Francis Heathcote, to Sir Gilbert, G.J., and Lionel E. Heathcote.
Release from all actions in return from transference of bank-annuities under will of Dame Elizabeth Heathcote.

Will of Elizabeth Grosvenor (Sir Gilbert's sister) 1827.  5ANC9/10/4  1827-51

12 items

Contents:
Correspondence relating to trusteeship

Household, Cellar, Stable and Game Accounts  5ANC10  [n.d.]

Arrangement: 5ANC10/1-14 Cellar Books.
5ANC10/15-16 Table Books.
5ANC10/17-22 Wages Books.
5ANC10/23-37. Game Books and Accounts
5ANC10/38-54 Butlers' and Housekeepers' Accounts.


Expenditure Books (Grimsthorpe Estate)  5ANC10/1-5  1911-16, 1916-21, 1921-6, 1926-35, 1935-41

Household Account, classified, of Lord Willoughby de Eresby  5ANC10/6  1909

Household Account, classified, Earl of Ancaster  5ANC10/7  1912

House Accounts  5ANC10/8  1905-15, 1921, 1937-8

Contents:
Unclassified

Household Accounts, receipts and payments cashbook  5ANC10/9  1889-96

Household Accounts  5ANC10/10  1931-3

Contents:
Arranged under headings of 'Butler', 'Cook' and 'Housekeeper', (enclosing loose, similar accounts, 1933-4).

Glenartney  5ANC10/11  1892-4

Conditions of access: Withdrawn by Lord Ancaster, 28 April 1971

Normanton  5ANC10/12  1897-1915

Drummond Castle  5ANC10/13  1921-37

Conditions of access: Withdrawn, Lord Ancaster, 28 April 1971

London  5ANC10/14  1936-40

Meals served at Normanton, Drummond, Grimsthorpe and elsewhere  5ANC10/15  1873-1902

Meals served at Normanton, Drummond, Grimsthorpe ?  5ANC10/16  1928-29

Account of female servants wages, Grimsthorpe, Normanton and London.  5ANC10/17  1879-1903

Contents:
Made out by housekeeper

As above, board-wages  5ANC10/18-19  1879-1902, 1902-9

Board and Weekly Wages Books  5ANC10/20-21  1895-7, 1897-1910

Housekeeper's book (?)  5ANC10/22  1931-40

Contents:
Wages of female servants, laundry etc.

Gilbert H.D. Willoughby (later 1st Earl of Ancaster) Game Book  5ANC10/23  1878-98

Claud H.D. Willoughby, Game Book  5ANC10/24  1885-1921

2nd Earl of Ancaster, Game Book  5ANC10/25  1898-1915

Persons receiving presents of game  5ANC10/26  1878-95(?)

Game killed and given away, Normanton  5ANC10/27  1901-2

Normanton Game Book  5ANC10/28  1911-12, 1915-16

Game book, (no name)  5ANC10/29  1922-43

Book of misc. accounts, mainly game, 1866-71. (name of 'Gilbert Heathcote, Bulby' in front).  5ANC10/30  [n.d.]

Grimsthorpe, game account  5ANC10/31  1890-93

Game-cash-books, W. Simms in account with Lord Ancaster  5ANC10/32-3  1890-92, 1892-4

Normanton game-account - "Shooting 1901/2"  5ANC10/34  [n.d.]

Grimsthorpe, game-account - "Shooting 1901/2"  5ANC10/35  [n.d.]

Grimsthorpe game-account  5ANC10/36  1907-8

Grimsthorpe game-account (identical, but stops short at Jan. 31, 1908)  5ANC10/37  [n.d.]

F. Besson's account-book (butler ?)  5ANC10/38  1893-1907

W. Bragg, Butler's account  5ANC10/39  1892-5

William Webber, Butler's account  5ANC10/40  1895-7

Arthur Howlett, Butler's account (?)  5ANC10/41  1905-11

John Smith, Butler's account  5ANC10/42  1905-9

John Smith, 'House A/c'  5ANC10/43  1906-9

A. French, Housekeeper  5ANC10/44  1893-9

A. French, Housekeeper  5ANC10/45  1906-11

A. French, Housekeeper  5ANC10/46  1918-21

A. French, Washing money  5ANC10/47  1904-10

G. Courtaux (?) Butler or Housekeeper (?) Accounts  5ANC10/48  1902-9

G. Courtaux, (?) Butler or Housekeeper (?) Accounts  5ANC10/49  1909-11

G. Courtaux, (?) Butler or Housekeeper (?) Sundries  5ANC10/50  1902-9

G. Courtaux, (?) Butler or Housekeeper (?) Sundries  5ANC10/51  1909-10

R. Harris, Butler (?)  5ANC10/52  1936-40

R. Harris, Cash book  5ANC10/53  1937-40

P. Blow, Valet (?)  5ANC10/54  n.d. (1907-8 ???)

Butler's (?) note-book of work to be done at Normanton  5ANC10/55  1899

Contents:
With notes on cisterns and water-supply at Normanton and 12 Belgrave Square.

Aylesbury Dairy Co. Milk Account of 12 Belgrave Square, Aylesbury Dairy Co. Butter, Eggs etc. Accounts of Ditto  5ANC10/56-7  1909-1910

Servants Beer Money  5ANC10/58  1910-11

A rough inventory of household goods  5ANC10/59  Late 19th century

Contents:
Possibly of Hon. Charles H. D. Willoughby, the book having previously been used for his Election Account - which has been cut out

A volume containing a) List of horses bought, sold and tort 1809-32 (gives description previous owners/purchasers, price etc. b) Lists of dogs 1807-25 similar details to horses.  5ANC10/60  1807-1832

Lists of dogs  5ANC10/61  1788-97

Contents:
In another part of the book in description of the 'Qualities, colours and Ages' of the dogs.

Trial book for race horses  5ANC10/62  1719-1737

A book 6¼ x 7¾, bound in parchment.

Contents:
Giving times over distances and competitions 1719-37 (from the frost). Notes on names, sires and dames undated and 1725-1736 (from the back).
Entitled Duke of Ancaster's Trial book 1719-37.

Stud Book, Perigrine Duke of Ancaster  5ANC10/63  1772-1778

A book 4¼" x 7" bound in brown calf.

Contents:
Has folded insides notes on pedigrees and performances of some race horses belonging to the second and third Dukes of Ancaster.
C.M. Prior, Adstock Manor, Winslow, Bucks., 19th Feb. 1920.
A letter from the same, with reference to pictures of some mares, 18 Feb. 1920.
Written in the front of the book: The King of Denmark breakfasted with His Grace in the Great dining room 30 August 1768. Said to be copied from one of the windows of the great Hall, Grimsthorpe, by C.D. Willoughby de Eresby 24 Dec. 1839.

Fahn vs. Ancaster  5ANC11  [n.d.]

Contents:
Case relating to the installation of electricity at Grimsthorpe

Correspondence  5ANC11/1  1911-14

Arrangement: Bundles A. to G. Numbered 1-1064.


Contract and Specification  5ANC11/2  1911

Bundle labelled 'Original Receipts'  5ANC11/3  1911-1913

Bundle of correspondence with the architects Messrs. Blow and Billerey  5ANC11/4  1911-12

Bundle of plans and tracings  5ANC11/5  c.1911

c. 50 items

Bundle of plans  5ANC11/6  c.1911

8 items

Bundle of plans  5ANC11/7  c.1911

20 items

Grimsthorpe Time Sheets  5ANC11/8  1911-13

Misc. Printed  5ANC12  [n.d.]

Family History, with pedigrees a bound extract from a Peerage ?  5ANC12/1  n.d. [between 1766 and 1778]

2 copies

"A Genealogical Table of the Noble Family of Bertie. Baroness Willoughby of Eresby,"  5ANC12/2  n.d. [post 1782]

"History of the Willoughby de Eresby Title" (amended to "Chronicle of the House of Willoughby de Eresby") by Hon. Elizabeth Heathcote Drummond Willoughby  5ANC12/3  1892


Related information: See also 3ANC8/6/1-2

Contents:
Corrected page proofs of a book which does not appear to have been published. Illustrations include numerous portraits

The Edenham, Scottlethorpe, Grimsthorpe and Elsthorpe Parish Magazine  5ANC12/4  Jan. 1911

Contents:
Obituary of 1st Earl of Ancaster

Dutch Prints  5ANC12/5  nd

Adam Giving Names to the Animals; Johannes Luyken Inv. et Fecit; Edit. à. J. Covens et C. Mortier. (Number '2')  5ANC12/5/1  [n.d.]

The Last Judgment; Edit. à. J. Covens et C. Mortier. (Number '51').  5ANC12/5/2  [n.d.]

'A Chart of Penal Law'. Published according to Act of Parliament  5ANC12/6  22nd April, 1779

Brass Matrix for printing Commissions for Deputy Lieutenants, Peregrine, Duke of Ancaster  5ANC12/7  18th century

Contents:
Lord Lieutenant of Lincolnshire, 1742-78

Official programme of the National Peace Celebrations  5ANC12/8  19th July, 1919

'Fac-simile of the National Covenant of Scotland, in its original form, with the Autographs of the principal leading Personages.'  5ANC12/9  nd

The following documents appear to the totally unrelated to either the Willoughby or Heathcote estates  5ANC13  [n.d.]

Sleaford: Title deeds, Abstract of Title, and other papers relating to messuages and lands in Westgate, New Sleaford  5ANC13/1-28  1732-1836

Contents:
Including:-
7. Will (copy)
Henry Bourne of Carlton, gent.
18th June. 1792 (Pr. 1794).
11-12. Letters from Mary Bourne, widow of above, to Benjamin Handley at Sleaford, 1806, 1807.
24. Will (copy)
Mrs. Sarah Foster of New Sleaford, widow, 10th June, 1828 (Pr. 1828)
28. Charles Rogers' Abstract of Title.

Manorial records of Langtoft and Baston etc.  6ANC  [n.d.]

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Mr. O. Stirling Lee on behalf of the Earl of Ancaster, 19th February, 1960.
Via Marcus Phillips Evans and Dalton of Stamford


Contents:
CONTENTS
6ANC1. Langtoft and Baston, pre Reformation
6ANC2. Baston, Beaumont Fee.
6ANC3. Langtoft, post Reformation.
6ANC4. Baton, post Reformation.
6ANC5. Spalding.
6ANC6. Stamford.
6ANC7. Thurlby by Bourne.
6ANC8. Cherry Willingham.
6ANC9. Preston and Uppingham (co. Rutland)

Langtoft and Baston, Pre Reformation.  6ANC1  [n.d.]

Arrangement: 6ANC1/24-50 Abbot Henry of Casewick, 1324-1358
6ANC1/43-50 ACCOUNTS ROLLS (temp. Abbot Henry of Casewick)
6ANC1/51 ABBOT THOMAS OF BARNACK (?) 1358-78
(Abbot Thomas could be either Barnack or Overton)
6ANC1/52-54 ABBOT THOMAS OF OVERTON, 1392-1417
6ANC1/55-56 ABBOT RICHARD DITON, 1417-27
6ANC1/57-100 ABBOT JOHN LITTLINGTON, 1427-70
6ANC1/88-100 ABBOT JOHN LITTLINGTON
6ANC1/101 ABBOT JOHN WISBECH, 1470-76
6ANC/102-3 ABBOT RICHARD CROWLAND, 1476-84
6ANC1/104-11 Temp HENRY VII (ABBOTS THORPE and EVERARD)
6ANC1/112-26 ABBOT JOHN WELLES (alias Bridges), 1512-39
6ANC1/118-120 are tied together
6ANC1/127-45 temp. HENRY VIII (Abbots Bardney and Welles)
6ANC1/146-47 Miscellaneous


Contents:
The manors were owned by the Abbey of Crowland

Court Roll  6ANC1/1  18th Dec. 1283 Abbot Ric' 3rd year

1.

Fragile

Contents:
Abb. Richard Crowland
2 courts
Maulius Richard vicar of Baston. Richard of Corby was vicar of Baston 1274 - 1310.

Court Roll  6ANC1/2  18th Oct. 1252 to 18th Dec. 1252. (5 Abb Thos.)

1.

Bottom fragile

Contents:
Abbot Thomas Welles
4 courts, (two de Langtoft, Baston two apud Langtoft)
The first court very rough with many erasures. At least two different hands.

Court Roll  6ANC1/3  6th Feb. 1253 to 25th July 1253. (5 Abb. Thos.)

1.

Very fragile.

Contents:
Abbot Thomas Welles
4 courts (first apud Langtoft, rest "de" Baston and Langtoft) Rough, many erasures.

Court Roll  6ANC1/4  6th Nov. 1265 to 25th May, 1266 (12 Abb R.)

2.

Contents:
Abbot Ralph de Marsh
4 courts (Langtoft.) "Rad in a later hand (14-15c.) over the R. Abbatis. (The second, smaller memb. is attached to the front of the first and contains a list of fines for those brewing against assize.

Court Roll  6ANC1/5  16th Oct. 1266 to 16th Sept. 1267 (13-14 Abb. R.)

1.

Contents:
Abbot Ralph de Marsh
4 courts Langtoft ("Rad" added as above.) Two different hands.
All the vill of Langtoft in mercy for receiving Geoffrey de Quappelod who is not of the frankpledge and qui deliquit enormiter versus quemdam de Deping. His pledges distrained 20s.

Court Roll  6ANC1/6  4th Feb. 1273 to 24th June 1273

1.

Contents:
Abbot Ralph de Marsh
4 courts (Langtoft Very fragile and torn. Long list of "Venditori turbarium". No abbot's name but must be Ralph de Marsh (St. John ante Portam Latinum on a Sat. in 1273.)

Court Roll  6ANC1/7  4th Nov. 1273 and 29th Nov. 1273

1.

Very fragile and torn

Contents:
Abbot Ralph de Marsh
2 Courts (Langtoft) No abbots name but writing similar to above

Court Roll  6ANC1/8  5th Dec. 1290 to 1st Sept. 1291 (11 Abbot R.)

2.

Fragile, most of the second membr. has been torn off.

Contents:
Abbot Richard Crowland
4 Courts (Langtoft) "Ric" in later hand over "R Abbatis".

Court Roll  6ANC1/9  12 July 1292 (12 Abbot R.)

1.

Contents:
Abbot Richard Crowland
1 Court (Langtoft) The later gloss says "Ric. Abbatis."

Court Roll  6ANC1/10  27th July 1299 and 20th Sept. 1299

1.

Contents:
Abbot Richard Crowland
2 Courts (Langtoft) The "Landteclis" (?) of Baston, and the sokemen of the same fined separately for failure to perform plough services and carting. And the bondmen of Winthorpe for receiving alien sheep in the lord's pasture and for marrying a woman without the lords permission.

Court Roll  6ANC1/11  1 Aug. 1299 (or 30th July 1278) (19 Abbot R)

1.

Contents:
Abbot Richard Crowland (?) or Ralph de Marsh
1 Court (Langtoft) Perhaps temp. Ralph de Marsh.
Handwriting very different from above

Court Roll  6ANC1/12  17th Nov. 1299 (19/20 Abb. R)

1.

Bottom fragile and torn

Contents:
Richard of Crowland
1 Court

Court Roll  6ANC1/13  9th Nov. 1300

1.

Contents:
Richard of Crowland
1 Court (held at Langtoft) John, son of the Reeve gave the lord 12d. that he should not be made ale-taster. 5 newcomers to give the lord 4d. per annum, another gives him two cocks for license to reside.

Court Roll  6ANC1/14  29th Nov. 1300 to 25th July 1301

2.

Only c. 1 inch of the second membs. survives.

Conditions of access: Not found 9 May 77 JAC

Contents:
Richard of Crowland
6 Courts (at Langtoft except the last)

Court Roll  6ANC1/15  6th Mar. 1302 to 21st Sept. 1302

1.

Contents:
Richard of Crowland
5 Courts (Recto - 2 at Langtoft, one no place verso - 2 at Boston)

Court Roll  6ANC1/16  17th Nov. 1302 to 30th Jan. 1303

1.

Fragile, much torn.

Contents:
Richard of Crowland
1 Great Court, 2 others (no place)

Court Roll  6ANC1/17  n.d

1.

Contents:
Richard of Crowland (?)
2 Courts (Langtoft)

Court Roll  6ANC1/18  n.d. (1281-1303?)

Contents:
Probably temp. sic. of Crowland
A list of amercements, apparently for refusal to throw down fences unjustly raised.
Parts of the heading are illegible where the document has been attached to a roll.
In another column is a list of persons attached.

Court Roll  6ANC1/19  1315-1316 (13 Abbot Simon)

4.

Contents:
Abbot Simon of Luffenham
2 Great Courts, 3 others
Distraints "ad faciend" le Edyke on membr. 4. one court at Langtoft the other no place given (but for both Langtoft and Baston) It is difficult to date exactly the rolls of Simon's abbey owing to a doubt as to when his year began. He was consecrated on Jan. 19th [Ep. Rep. 2 fol. 91, but seems to begin his year sometime in December e.g. a Consecration held after St. Lucia [Med. foll. in Anno XVIII incipiente)

Court Roll  6ANC1/20  1316-1317 (14 Abbot Simon)

1.

Contents:
Abbot Simon of Luffenham
2 Courts (no place) Robert Roland's son gregory found guilty of theft. "tamen quia....est infra etatem...mittitur ad Gaiole Lincoln".

Court Roll  6ANC1/21  1st. Aug 1319

1.

Contents:
Abbot Simon of Luffenham
1 Court (Langtoft)

Court Roll  6ANC1/22  17th Dec. 1320

1.

Contents:
Abbot Simon of Luffenham
1 Great Court (Langtoft)

Court Roll  6ANC1/23  19th Dec. 1323; 6th Oct. 1324

2.

Contents:
Abbot Simon of Luffenham
1 Court, 1 Great Court (Langtoft)
First lists of jurors on memb. 2.

Court Roll  6ANC1/24  1st year 1324-25

9.

Same membr. torn and decayed at bottom.

Contents:
R. de Granchester
1 Great Court, 8 others. (all Langtoft - but covering both places - except o one for Baston only, which was perhaps specially summoned to deal with one case.)
The 'Prima Curia' records, homages, names and holdings of freemen; and lists of 'sokagerii'. 'Cotagerii,' and 'Nativi,' 'Sokemanni' and Coterelli' in Baston.

Court Roll  6ANC1/25  2nd year 1325-26

6.

Contents:
R. de Granchester
2 Great Courts, and 4 others.
Writ of 'Fiere Facias' attached to membr. 2. (All covering both Langtoft and Baston)

Court Roll  6ANC1/26  3rd year 1326-27

6.

Contents:
R. de Granchester
2 Great Courts and 5 others (Langtoft and Baston.)
Including also the last court of the 2nd year.

Court Roll  6ANC1/27  4th year 1327-28

2.

Contents:
R. de Granchester
1 Great Court and one other. (Langtoft, Baston)

Court Roll  6ANC1/28  5th year 1328-29

6.

Contents:
R. de Granchester
2 Great Courts and 6 others. (Langtoft and Baston) one [...] 3 Edwin

Court Roll  6ANC1/29  6th year 1329-30

5.

Contents:
No name given
2 Great Courts and 3 others

Court Roll  6ANC1/30  7th year 1330-31

6.

Contents:
No name given
2 Great Courts, and 4 others.

Court Roll  6ANC1/31  8th year 1331-32

8.

Contents:
R. de Granchester later Walter de Somerdby
2 Great Courts and 6 others

Court Roll  6ANC1/32  9th year 1332-33

5.

Contents:
Walter de Somerdby
2 Great Courts and 3 others. The homage of Langtoft and Baston is ordered to find out the names of all.... who live on the fee, and the nature and quantity of their tenancy.

Court Roll  6ANC1/33  10th year 1334-34

2.

Contents:
Walter de Somerdeby
2 Great Courts and 7 others.

Court Roll  6ANC1/34  11th year 1334-35

7.

Contents:
Walter de Somerdeby
2 Great Courts and 6 others

Court Roll  6ANC1/35  12th year 1335-36

8.

Contents:
Walter de Somerdeby
2 Great Courts and 6 others.

Court Roll  6ANC1/36  13th year 1336-37

8

Contents:
Walter de Somerdeby
2 Great Courts and 6 others.

Court Roll  6ANC1/37  14th year 1337-38

7.

Contents:
Walter de Somerdeby
2 Great Courts and 5 others

Court Roll  6ANC1/38  15th year 1338-39

7.

Contents:
Crokefford (appears first in June 1338)
2 Great Courts and 6 others.

Court Roll  6ANC1/39  16th year 1339-40

1.

Contents:
Croxford
1 Court.

Court Roll  6ANC1/40  17th year 1340-41

2.

Contents:
Croxford
2 Great Courts and views of Frankpledge (first use of the term)
The Great Court and View of Frankpledge are kept separate - one on each side of the membrane.

Court Roll  6ANC1/41  18th year 1341-12

1.

Contents:
Croxford
1 Court.

Court Roll  6ANC1/42  30th year 1353-54

1.

Contents:
John de Spalding
1 Great Court and View of Frankpledge. (not separated)

Account Roll  6ANC1/43  6-7th year 1336-31

2.

Contents:
Wm. Togo (?) Reeve
Langtoft (tied with no. 45)
Year from Michaelmas to Michaelmas.

Account Roll  6ANC1/44  16th-17th year 1340-41

1.

Much torn.

Contents:
Richard of Dovedyke, Reeve
Langtoft.
Year from May 19th to May 19th.

Account Roll  6ANC1/45  17th-18th year 1341-42

2.

Contents:
Richard of Dovedyke Reeve
Langtoft (tied with no. 43)
Year from May 19th to May 19th.

Account Roll  6ANC1/46  18th-19th year 1342-43

2.

Contents:
Richard of Dovedyke Reeve
Langtoft. Torn at bottom Michaelmas to Michaelmas.

Account Roll  6ANC1/47  19th-20th year 1343-44

2.

Contents:
Richard of Dovedyke Reeve
Langtoft. Year from Michaelmas to Michaelmas

Account Roll  6ANC1/48  23rd-24th year 1348-49

1.

Contents:
Richard of Dovedyke Reeve
Langtoft. Michaelmas to Michaelmas.
Incomplete, (a second membrane has been lost)

Account Roll  6ANC1/49  25th-26th year 1350-51

1.

Contents:
Roger Halden Reeve
Langtoft. Michaelmas to Michaelmas.

Account Roll  6ANC1/50  25th-26th year 1350-51

2.

Contents:
Roger Halden Reeve
Langtoft. A compotus with much of the first membrane torn off: probably dating from abbacy of Henry of Casewick.

Court Roll  6ANC1/51  9th-10th year 1267-68 or 1400-08

3.

Contents:
John de Beby Reeve
Compotus, Langtoft, 30th Nov. to 1st Aug.

Court Roll  6ANC1/52  25th year 4, Henry V 1416-17

1.

Contents:
T, Enderby Steward
End of one court and beginning of another. Langtoft, Baston and Manthorpe.

Court Roll  6ANC1/53  4th-5th 1395-96

1.

Contents:
Robert Cryme Collector
Account Roll, Michaelmas to Michaelmas.

Court Roll  6ANC1/54  19th-20th 1411-12 or 1376-77

1.

Contents:
John Piere Collector
Account Roll, Michaelmas to Michaelmas.
"Abbot Thomas" only and no regnal year - possibly temp. Abbot Thomas of Barnack?

Court Roll  6ANC1/55  2nd year 6, Henry V 1418

1.

Contents:
T. Enderby Steward.
View of Frankpledge: Langtoft Baston and Manthorpe. (incomplete)

Court Roll  6ANC1/56  6th year 1, Henry VI 1422-23

1.

Contents:
J. Kyme Steward
4 Courts, Langtoft and Baston.

Court Roll  6ANC1/57  1428

1.

Contents:
J. Kyme Steward
View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/58  1428

1.

Contents:
4 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/59  1429

1.

Contents:
1 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.
3 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/60  1429

1.

Contents:
3 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/61  1429

1.

Contents:
2 Courts, Baston, and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/62  1430-31

1.

Contents:
J. Kyme Steward
5 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.
1 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/63  1432

1.

Contents:
J. Kyme Steward
1. View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.
4 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/64  1432

1.

Contents:
J. Kyme Steward
1 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/65  1433

1.

Contents:
1 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.
3 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/66  1433-4

1.

Contents:
3 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/67  1435

1.

Contents:
Richard Benyngton (Steward)
1 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.
2 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/68  1436-37

1.

Contents:
5 Courts, Baston and Langtoft

Court Roll  6ANC1/69  1439

1.

Contents:
5 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/70  1445-46

1.

Contents:
6 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/71  1448

1.

Contents:
3 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/72  1450

1.

Contents:
4 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.
1 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/73  1450-51

1.

Contents:
5 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/74  1453

1.

Contents:
4 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.
1 View of Frankpledge Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/75  1454

1.

Contents:
Richard Benyngton (Steward)
4 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.
1 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/76  1454

1.

Contents:
Richard Benyngton (Steward)
1 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.
2 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/77  1457-58

1.

Contents:
Richard Benyngton (Steward)
5 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.
1 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/78  1459

1.

Contents:
Richard Benyngton (Steward)
1 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.
4 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.
(Paper a draft?)

Court Roll  6ANC1/79  1460

1.

Contents:
Richard Benyngton Steward
3 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.
1 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/80  1460

1.

Contents:
Richard Benyngton Steward
1 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft
5 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.
(Paper - presumably a draft. The V.F.P. is a duplicate of 6ANC1/79 above).

Court Roll  6ANC1/81  1460-61

1.

Contents:
Richard Benynton Steward
4 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.
1 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/82  1462

1.

Contents:
Richard Benyngton Steward
5 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.
1 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft

Court Roll  6ANC1/83  1463-64

1.

Contents:
Richard Welby Steward
1 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.
4 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/84  1464

1.

Contents:
Richard Welby Steward
1 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.
3 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/84a  1465

1.

Contents:
Richard Welby Steward
1 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft (Part only)
3 Courts, Baston and Langtoft - very fragile and torn.

Court Roll  6ANC1/85  1467

1.

Contents:
John Binchbeck Steward
2 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.
1 View of Frankpledge Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/86  1468-69

1.

Contents:
John Binchbeck Steward
1 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.
5 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/87  1469

1.

Contents:
John Binchbeck Steward
4 Courts, Baston and Langtoft
1 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/88  1430-31

1.

Contents:
John Medew Bailiff
Crowland, Michaelmas to Michaelmas.

Court Roll  6ANC1/89  1431-32

1.

Contents:
William Maies, Reeve and bailiff of the court
Langtoft, Michaelmas to Michaelmas

Court Roll  6ANC1/90  1435-36

1.

heading torn

Contents:
Not Known
Not known (endorsed "Compotus... de Langtoft)

Court Roll  6ANC1/91  1440-41

3.

Contents:
William Serlle reeve
Thetford (in Baston) Michaelmas to Michaelmas

Court Roll  6ANC1/92  1442-43

2.

Contents:
William Serlle reeve
Thetford (in Baston) Michaelmas to Michaelmas

Court Roll  6ANC1/93  1444-45

2.

heading torn and faded

Contents:
William Serlle reeve
Not known. Michaelmas to Michaelmas.
Apparently Thetford in Baston

Court Roll  6ANC1/94  1446-47

2.

Contents:
William Maves, reeve.
John Halden, collector.
John Spenser, baliff of the court.
Langtoft. Michaelmas to Michaelmas.

Court Roll  6ANC1/95  1453-54

2.

Contents:
Athelard Maynerd, collector and farmer
Baston. Michaelmas to Michaelmas.

Court Roll  6ANC1/96  1454-55

2.

Contents:
Athelard Maynerd, collector and farmer
Baston. Michaelmas to Michaelmas.

Court Roll  6ANC1/97  1455-56

2.

Contents:
Athelard Maynerd, collector and farmer
Baston. Michaelmas to Michaelmas.

Court Roll  6ANC1/98  1456-57

2.

Contents:
Athelard Maynerd, collector and farmer
Baston. Michaelmas to Michaelmas.

Court Roll  6ANC1/99  1458-59

2.

Contents:
Athelard Maynerd, collector and farmer
Baston. Michaelmas to Michaelmas.

Court Roll  6ANC1/100  1468-69

2.

The heading is torn, and one side of the roll eaten away

Contents:
Not known
Langtoft? Michaelmas to Michaelmas?

Court Roll  6ANC1/101  1475-76

1.

Contents:
Richard Welby steward
1 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.
3 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/102  1477-78

2.

Contents:
John Watson collector and farmer
Langtoft. Michaelmas to Michaelmas.

Court Roll  6ANC1/103  1481-82

1.

Contents:
John Watson collector and farmer
Langtoft. Michaelmas to Michaelmas.

Court Roll  6ANC1/104  1488 Or 1488-89

1.

Paper

Contents:
Thomas Gryndle collector and farmer
Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/105  1492-3

1.

Parchment

Contents:
John Goodlac, collector and farmer
Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/106  1493-4 or 1494-5

2.

Paper.

Contents:
John Goodlac, collector and farmer
Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/107  1494-5 or 1495-6

1.

Contents:
John Goodlac, collector and farmer
Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/108  1495-6 or 1496-97

1.

Contents:
William Ashley collector and farmer
Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/109  1496-7 or 1497-8

2.

Contents:
William Ashley collector and farmer
Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/110  1497-8 or 1498-9

2.

Contents:
William Ashley collector and farmer
Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/111  No date

1.

Heading torn.

Contents:
Thomas Orme...
Langtoft.
Writing suggests temp. Henry VII

Court Roll  6ANC1/112  1514-15

1.

Contents:
2 View of Frankpledge and 3 courts, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/113  1513-15

1.

Contents:
2 View of Frankpledge (continuation from above) for Langtoft and Baston and Manthorpe
2 View of Frankpledge and 1 Court, Baston, Beaumont Fee.

Court Roll  6ANC1/114  1524-25

1.

Contents:
2 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.
2 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/115  1526-27

1.

Contents:
2 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.
4 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.
1 Court, Baston only.

Court Roll  6ANC1/116  1527-28

1.

Contents:
2 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.
5 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/117  1528-29

1.

Contents:
2 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.
1 Court, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/118  1530-31

1.

Contents:
1 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.
5 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/119  1530-31

1.

Contents:
1 View of Frankpledge, Baston Beaumont Fee.
1 Court, Baston, Beaumont Fee.

Court Roll  6ANC1/120  1530

1.

Contents:
1 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.
2 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/121  1530

1.

Contents:
1 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.
2 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/122  1531

1.

Contents:
1 View of Frankpledge, Manthorpe, Baston and Langtoft.
3 Courts, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/123  1531

1.

Contents:
1 Court, Baston and Langtoft.

Court Roll  6ANC1/124  1531-2

1.

Contents:
2 View of Frankpledge, Langtoft only.
4 Courts, Langtoft only.

Court Roll  6ANC1/125  1535-7

2.

Contents:
4 View of Frankpledge, Baston Beaumont Fee
13 Courts, Baston Beaumont Fee. (but held at Langtoft)

Court Roll  6ANC1/126  1535-7

3.

Contents:
4 View of Frankpledge, Langtoft only
14 Courts, Langtoft only.

Account Roll  6ANC1/127  1 Henry VIII 1508-09?

2.

paper.

Contents:
Godfrey Garald (?) collector
Langtoft

Account Roll  6ANC1/128  2 Henry VIII 1509-10

2.

Contents:
Godfrey Garald (?) collector and farmer
Langtoft

Account Roll  6ANC1/129  3 Henry VIII 1510-11

3.

Contents:
Robert Sueynton collector
Langtoft

Account Roll  6ANC1/130  4 Henry VIII 1511-12

3.

paper

Contents:
Robert Sueynton collector
Langtoft

Account Roll  6ANC1/131  6 Henry VIII 1513-14

3.

Contents:
Alexander Gybson, (?) collector (John Younge, clerk, deputy for Robert Sueynton, deleted)
Langtoft

Account Roll  6ANC1/132  7 Henry VIII 1514-15

3.

paper.

Contents:
Alexander Gybson, (?) collector (John Younge, clerk, deputy for Robert Sueynton, deleted)
Langtoft

Account Roll  6ANC1/133  8 Henry VIII 1515-16

3.

Contents:
Alexander Gybson, (?) collector (John Younge, clerk, deputy for Robert Sueynton, deleted)
Langtoft

Account Roll  6ANC1/134  10 Henry VIII 1517-18

4.

Contents:
Alexander Gybson, (?) collector (John Younge, clerk, deputy for Robert Sueynton, deleted)
Langtoft

Account Roll  6ANC1/135  11 Henry VIII 1518-19

3.

Contents:
Alexander Gybson, (?) collector (John Younge, clerk, deputy for Robert Sueynton, deleted)
Langtoft

Account Roll  6ANC1/136  ib

2.

parchment.

Contents:
Alexander Gybson, (?) collector (John Younge, clerk, deputy for Robert Sueynton, deleted)
Langtoft
("Compotus," while all the paper accounts are "Visus Compoti."

Account Roll  6ANC1/137  12 Henry VIII 1519-20

2.

paper.

Contents:
Alexander Gybson, (?) collector (John Younge, clerk, deputy for Robert Sueynton, deleted)
Langtoft

Account Roll  6ANC1/138  13 Henry VIII 1520-21

2.

Contents:
Alexander Gybson, (?) collector (John Younge, clerk, deputy for Robert Sueynton, deleted)
Langtoft

Account Roll  6ANC1/139  14 Henry VIII 1521-22

2.

Contents:
Alexander Gybson, (?) collector (John Younge, clerk, deputy for Robert Sueynton, deleted)
Langtoft

Account Roll  6ANC1/140  15 Henry VIII 1522-23

2.

Contents:
Alexander Gybson, (?) collector (John Younge, clerk, deputy for Robert Sueynton, deleted)
Langtoft

Account Roll  6ANC1/141  16 Henry VIII 1523-24

2.

Contents:
Alexander Gybson, (?) collector (John Younge, clerk, deputy for Robert Sueynton, deleted)
Langtoft

Account Roll  6ANC1/142  18 Henry VIII 1525-26

2.

Contents:
Alexander Gybson, (?) collector (John Younge, clerk, deputy for Robert Sueynton, deleted)
Langtoft

Account Roll  6ANC1/143  19 Henry VIII 1526-27

2.

Contents:
Nicholas Roberdys, collector and farmer
Langtoft

Account Roll  6ANC1/144  20 Henry VIII 1527-28 ?

2.

Contents:
Thomas Coope, collector
Langtoft

Account Roll  6ANC1/145  c.1500

Contents:
Three Compoti, almost complete but without headings, probably temp. Henry VIII. With two fragments of accounts of the same period.

Fragment of a Compotus  6ANC1/146  14th century

"Evidentiae Marisci de Langtoft & Baston extractae Rotulis"  6ANC1/147  30 Henry III to 14 Henry VI

Two membranes

Parchment. In good condition except for one end which is fragile and partly torn away.

Contents:
A series of extracts from court rolls showing the Abbey's rights over the marshes of Langtoft and Baston.
Drawn up probably in the mid 15th century.

Fragment, faded and illegible, that has been attached to a court roll.  6ANC1/148  nd

Easton Beaumont Fee.  6ANC2  [n.d.]

Arrangement: 6ANC2/1-3 and 6ANC2/4-8 tied together



Related information: Some later courts of this manor appear on the Langtoft and Buston Rolls 6ANC1/112-26.

Court Rolls, temp. Abbots Overton and Upton.  6ANC2/1  1410-11 (Oct.-Sept.)

3.

Contents:
T. Enderby, steward.
1 View of Frankpledge, 5 Courts.

Court Rolls, temp. Abbots Overton and Upton.  6ANC2/2  1411-12

3.

Contents:
T. Enderby, steward.
2 View of Frankpledge, 14 Courts.

Court Rolls, temp. Abbots Overton and Upton.  6ANC2/3  1412-13

2.

Contents:
T. Enderby, steward.
2 View of Frankpledge, 7 Courts
(Nos. 6ANC2/1-3 are tied together)

Court Rolls, temp. Abbots Overton and Upton.  6ANC2/4  1414-15

3.

Contents:
T. Enderby, steward.
2 View of Frankpledge, 11 Courts.

Court Rolls, temp. Abbots Overton and Upton.  6ANC2/5  July, 1416

1.

Contents:
T. Enderby, steward.
1 Court

Court Rolls, temp. Abbots Overton and Upton.  6ANC2/6  Apr.- Sept. 1417

1.

Contents:
T. Enderby, steward.
1 View of Frankpledge, 5 Courts

Court Rolls, temp. Abbots Overton and Upton.  6ANC2/7  June - Sept. 1418

1.

Contents:
T. Enderby, steward.
2 Courts

Court Rolls, temp. Abbots Overton and Upton.  6ANC2/8  Oct. 1418 - July 1419

2.

Contents:
T. Enderby, steward.
2 View of Frankpledge, 9 Courts.

Langtoft, post Reformation  6ANC3  [n.d.]

Arrangement: 6ANC3/54-60 Other Documents



Related information: SEE ALSO MISC DON 782

Court roll  6ANC3/1  Sept. 1556

1.

Contents:
Juliana Bothe widow
View of Frankpledge.

Court roll  6ANC3/2  Oct. 1559, May 1560

1.

Contents:
Juliana Bothe widow
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC3/3  1561-9

6.

Paper. Drafts. Fragile, much missing

Contents:
Juliana Bothe widow

Court roll  6ANC3/4  Apr. 1582

3.

Paper. Draft.

Contents:
Juliana Bothe widow

Court roll  6ANC3/5  Sept. 1583; Sept. 1584; Sept. 1591

4.

Parchment.

Contents:
Cuthbert Blakedon, Esq.
3 View of Frankpledge.

Court roll  6ANC3/6  Sept. 1585; Apr. 1586

4.

Parchment

Contents:
Cuthbert Blakedon, Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge.

Court roll  6ANC3/7  Sept. 1586 - Sept. 1589

7.

Parchment.

Contents:
Cuthbert Blakedon, son and heir of Juliana Bothe
7 View of Frankpledge.

Court roll  6ANC3/8  Sept. 1589

2.

Paper draft.

Contents:
Cuthbert Blakedon, son and heir of Juliana Bothe
View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC3/9  Apr. and Sept. 1590

5.

Paper draft.

Contents:
Cuthbert Blakedon, son and heir of Juliana Bothe
2 View of Frankpledge.

Court roll  6ANC3/10  Oct. 1591

1.

Parchment

Contents:
Cuthbert Blakedon, son and heir of Juliana Bothe
View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC3/11  Apr. and Sept. 1587

5.

Paper drafts

Contents:
Cuthbert Blakedon, son and heir of Juliana Bothe
2 View of Frankpledge.

Court roll  6ANC3/12  Oct. 1593

2.

Paper draft

Contents:
Cuthbert Blakedon, son and heir of Juliana Bothe
View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC3/13  Apr. 1594-Apr. 1595

8.

Paper drafts

Contents:
Edward Heron, Esq. (from Oct. 1594).
3 View of Frankpledge.

Court roll  6ANC3/14  Oct. 1594-Sept. 1596

6

Parchment

Contents:
Edward Heron, Esq. (from Oct. 1594) (also described as Sergeant at Law)
5 View of Frankpledge.
1 Great Court (Aug. 1596)

Court roll  6ANC3/15  March - Oct. 1597

3.

Parchment

Contents:
Edward Heron, Esq. (from Oct. 1594) (also described as Sergeant at Law)
2 View of Frankpledge.
1 Court Baron "cum Curia Supervicionis"

Court roll  6ANC3/16  Apr. 1598 - Apr. 1599

4.

Parchment

Contents:
Edward Heron, Esq. (from Oct. 1594) (also described as Sergeant at Law)
3 View of Frankpledge.
1 Great Court (Jan. 1599)

Court roll  6ANC3/17  Aug. 1600-Sept. 1602

8.

Parchment

Contents:
Edward Heron, Esq. (from Oct. 1594) (also described as Sergeant at Law)
5 View of Frankpledge.
1 Great Court, Sept. 1601.

Court roll  6ANC3/18  Apr. and Oct. 1610

2.

Contents:
Edward Heron kt.
2 View of Frankpledge (only last part of April Court survives)

Court roll  6ANC3/19  March 1611; Apr. 1612

4.

Contents:
Edward Heron kt.
3 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC3/20  Oct. 1612-Apr. 1613

6.

Contents:
Edward Heron kt.
2 View of Frankpledge, 2 Court Baron, 1 Curia Generalis.

Court roll  6ANC3/21  Oct. 1615; Apr. 1616

6.

Contents:
Bevell Molesworth, Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC3/22  3rd Oct. 1616

2.

Contents:
Bevell Molesworth, Esq.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC3/23  Aug. 1617-Oct. 1618

4

Contents:
Bevell Molesworth, Esq.
1 Court Baron, 2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC3/24  16th Oct. 1621

2.

Contents:
Bernard Hyde, Esq. (farmer of the manor)
1 View of Frankpledge.

Court roll  6ANC3/25  3rd May 1623

2.

Contents:
Bernard Hyde, Esq. (farmer of the manor)
1 View of Frankpledge (duplicates)

Court roll  6ANC3/26  2nd Oct. 1623

1.

Contents:
Bernard Hyde, Esq. (farmer of the manor)
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC3/27  Apr. and Oct. 1624

5.

Contents:
Bernard Hyde, Esq. (farmer of the manor)
2 View of Frankpledge
1 Court Baron

Court roll  6ANC3/28  1614-24

Contents:
Bundle of draft (paper) rolls. 2 View of Frankpledge each year, and occasionally a Court Baron also. For each View of Frankpledge there are usually one and often two draft court rolls, together with the jury's signed presentments and ordinances.

Court roll  6ANC3/29  17th Apr. 1626

2.

Contents:
Bernard Hyde, Esq.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC3/30  May - Sept. 1626

3.

Contents:
Bernard Hyde, Esq.
3 Courts Baron

Court roll  6ANC3/31  1st Oct. 1628

1.

Contents:
Bernard Hyde, Esq.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC3/32  Apr and Sept. 1629

2.

Contents:
Bernard Hyde, Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC3/33  Apr. and Sept. 1630

2.

Contents:
Bernard Hyde, Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC3/34  26th Sept. 1631

1.

Contents:
Humphery Hyde, Esq., Gent.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC3/35  1st. Oct. 1632

1.

Contents:
Humphery Hyde Esq.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC3/36  Apr. and Sept. 1633

2.

Contents:
Humphery Hyde Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC3/37  14th Apr. 1634

1.

Contents:
Humphery Hyde Esq.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC3/38  13th Apr. 1640

1.

Contents:
Sarah Hyde
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC3/39  19th Oct. 1641

1.

Contents:
Bernard Walcot and Sarah his wife
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC3/40  9th June 1642

1.

Contents:
Bernard Walcot and Sarah his wife
1 Court Baron

Court roll  6ANC3/41  Apr. and Oct. 1643

2.

Contents:
Bernard Walcot and Sarah his wife
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC3/42  1625-48

paper

Contents:
Bundle of draft court rolls. Similar to 28 above Gaps 1632-3: 1635-9; 1641-5; 1646-7.

Court roll  6ANC3/43  4th Apr. 1653

1.

Contents:
Bernard Walcot, guardian of William Hyde.
1 View of Frankpledge
Also ordinances of Baston court, 5th Apr.

Court roll  6ANC3/44  1701, 1703

7.

Contents:
William Hyde
Langtoft, 2 View of Frankpledge.
Baston. 1 View of Frankpledge, 1 Court Baron.

Court roll  6ANC3/45  1744-1768

109. Rols.

Conditions of access: Not found Aug 1973

Contents:
Thomas Vivian, Phillipa and Anna Hyde to 1754.
Thomas Vivian Phillipa Hyde and Brownlow Toller 1754-1760.
Thomas Vivian, James Hunt and Brownlow Toller 1760-1768
Court Book

Court roll  6ANC3/46  1769-1801

270 pages

Contents:
Sir Gilbert Heathcote, bart.
Court Book

Court roll  6ANC3/47  1802-1820

340 pages

Contents:
Sir Gilbert Heathcote, bart.
Court Book

Court roll  6ANC3/48  1820-1842

511 pages

Contents:
Sir Gilbert Heathcote, bart.
Court Book

Court roll  6ANC3/49  1843-1873

780 pages

Contents:
Sir Gilbert Heathcote, bart. to 1855
Court Book

Court Book  6ANC3/50  1873-1909

765 pages

Contents:
Lord Aveland (later Earl of Ancaster)

Court Book (last court Dec. 1925)  6ANC3/51  1810-1950

622 pages

Contents:
Earl of Ancaster

Draft Court Book.  6ANC3/52  1887-1901

Estreats of fines.  6ANC3/54  Sept. 1601; Apr. and Sept. 1606

Estreats of fines.  6ANC3/55  1657 to 1678

Bundle of surrenders  6ANC3/56  1638 to 1651

(fragile)

Bundle of surrenders  6ANC3/57  1708 to 1720, 1782

12 items

Langtoft and Baston.  6ANC3/58  1738 to 1774

Contents:
List of conditional and absolute surrenders

Recognisances  6ANC3/59  7th May 1553

Contents:
John Fowler and Sir Richard Cotton are mutually bound in the sum of £1,000 to perform the covenants of a conditional bargain and sale to Fowler of the Manor of Langtoft.

Recognisance  6ANC3/60  6th Dec. 1553

Contents:
John Fowler of London, Esq., is bound to Juliana Booth of Thames Ditton, Surrey, Widow, in the sum of £1,000 to perform the covenants of a pair of indentures.

Baston post Reformation  6ANC4  [n.d.]

Court roll  6ANC4/1  Apr. and Oct. 1602

3.

paper

Contents:
Queen Elizabeth
2 View of Frankpledge
1 Court Baron

Court roll  6ANC4/2  May and Oct. 1603

3.

paper

Contents:
King James
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/3  Apr. 1604-Oct. 1605

4.

paper

Contents:
King James
4 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/4  Apr. 1606-Oct. 1607

4.

paper

Contents:
King James
4 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/5  March and Oct. 1608

2.

paper

Contents:
King James
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/6  Apr. 1609; Oct. 1610; Apr. 1611

4.

paper

Contents:
King James
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/7  Oct. 1610

2.

paper

Contents:
King James
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/8  Apr. 1611

1.

paper

Contents:
King James
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/9  Aug. and Oct. 1611

1.

Contents:
John Eldred Esq.
1 Court Baron
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/10  Aug. 1611; Oct. 1612

4.

paper

Contents:
John Eldred Esq.
1 Court Baron
3 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/11  Apr. 1612

1.

paper

Contents:
John Eldred Esq.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/12  Oct. 1612

1.

paper

Contents:
John Eldred Esq.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/13  Apr. 1613

3.

paper

Contents:
John Eldred Esq.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/14  Apr. and Oct. 1613

3.

paper

Contents:
John Eldred Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge (2 copies)

Court roll  6ANC4/15  May and Oct. 1614

2.

Contents:
John Eldred Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/16  May and Oct. 1614

1.

parchment

Contents:
John Eldred Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/17  Apr. and Oct. 1615

2.

paper

Contents:
Bevill Molesworth, Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/18  Apr. 1615-Oct. 1616

3.

parchment

Contents:
Bevill Molesworth Esq.
4 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/19  Apr. and Oct. 1616

2.

paper

Contents:
Bevill Molesworth Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/20  May and Oct. 1617

2.

paper

Contents:
Bevill Molesworth Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/21  May 1617

1.

parchment

Contents:
Bevill Molesworth Esq.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/22  May and Oct. 1617

1.

parchment

Contents:
Bevill Molesworth Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/23  Apr. and Sept. 1618

2.

paper

Contents:
Bevill Molesworth Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/24  Apr. and Sept. 1618

1.

parchment

Contents:
Bevill Molesworth Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/25  Apr. and Oct. 1619

2.

paper

Contents:
Bevill Molesworth Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/26  Apr. and Oct. 1620

2.

Fragile and torn; paper

Contents:
Wm. Towerson, Thos. Westrowe, Francis Fuller, Wm. Palmer, Martin Bonde.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/27  Apr. and Oct. 1620

2.

parchment

Contents:
Wm. Towerson, Thos. Westrowe, Francis Fuller, Wm. Palmer, Martin Bonde.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/28  Apr. and Oct. 1621

1.

Contents:
Wm. Towerson, Thos. Westrowe, Francis Fuller, Wm. Palmer, Martin Bonde.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/29  Apr. and Oct. 1622

1.

Contents:
Wm. Towerson, Thos. Westrowe, Francis Fuller, Wm. Palmer, Martin Bonde.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/30  Apr. and Oct. 1622

2.

paper; fragile

Contents:
Wm. Towerson, Thos. Westrowe, Francis Fuller, Wm. Palmer, Martin Bonde.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/31  May and Oct. 1623

1.

parchment

Contents:
Wm. Towerson, Thos. Westrowe, Francis Fuller, Wm. Palmer, Martin Bonde.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/32  May 1623

6.

paper with presentments list of jurors etc.

Contents:
Wm. Towerson, Thos. Westrowe, Francis Fuller, Wm. Palmer, Martin Bonde.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/33  Oct. 1623

1.

paper

Contents:
Wm. Towerson, Thos. Westrowe, Francis Fuller, Wm. Palmer, Martin Bonde.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/34  Apr. 1624

6.

paper with presentment

Contents:
Wm. Towerson, Thos. Westrowe, Francis Fuller, Wm. Palmer, Martin Bonde.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/35  Oct. 1624

4.

paper with presentments

Contents:
Wm. Towerson, Thos. Westrowe, Francis Fuller, Wm. Palmer, Martin Bonde.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/36  Apr. and Oct. 1624

2.

parchment


Related information: (For draft rolls temp. Charles I and rolls of Commonwealth period see below no. 6ANC4/64 et seq.)

Contents:
Wm. Towerson, Thos. Westrowe, Francis Fuller, Wm. Palmer, Martin Bonde.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/37  Oct. 1639

4.

paper

Contents:
Sarah Hyde, widow.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/38  Apr. 1660 to Oct. 1661

1.

parchment

Contents:
William Hyde, Esq.
4 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/39  Jan. 1662 - Oct. 1663

1.

parchment

Contents:
William Hyde, Esq.
1 Court
3 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/40  Apr. 1664 - Jan. 1666

1.

parchment

Contents:
William Hyde, Esq.
4 View of Frankpledge
1 Court

Court roll  6ANC4/41  Apr. and Oct. 1666

2

paper

Contents:
William Hyde, Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/42  Apr. and Oct. 1667

1

paper

Contents:
William Hyde, Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/43  Apr. and Oct. 1668

Contents:
Notes of Surrenders
(Court Rols not being to be found Supplyed out of the Estreets')

Court roll  6ANC4/44  Apr. and Oct. 1669

1.

parchment

Contents:
William Hyde, Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/45  Apr. and Oct. 1670

1.

parchment

Contents:
William Hyde, Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/46  Apr. and Oct. 1671

1.

parchment

Contents:
William Hyde, Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/47  Apr. and Oct. 1672

1.

parchment

Contents:
William Hyde, Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/48  Apr. and Oct. 1672

Contents:
Notes of Surrenders cf. 43.

Court roll  6ANC4/49  Oct. 1672

1.

paper

Contents:
William Hyde, Esq.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/50  Apr., June 3rd and 11th, and Oct. 1673

1.

parchment

Contents:
William Hyde, Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge
2 Courts

Court roll  6ANC4/51  Apr. and Oct. 1674

1.

parchment

Contents:
William Hyde, Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/52  Apr. Oct. 11th and 20th 1675

1.

parchment

Contents:
William Hyde, Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge
1 Court.

Court roll  6ANC4/53  Apr. 1675

1.

paper

Contents:
William Hyde, Esq.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/54  Apr. and Oct. 1676

1.

paper

Contents:
William Hyde, Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/55  Apr. and Oct. 1677, Jan. 1678

1.

parchment

Contents:
William Hyde, Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge
1 Court.

Court roll  6ANC4/56  Apr. and Oct. 1678

1.

parchment

Contents:
William Hyde, Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/57  Apr. 1680

2.

parchment

Contents:
William Hyde, Esq.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/58  Oct. 1681

1.

parchment

Contents:
William Hyde, Esq.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/59  Oct. 1681

2.

paper

Contents:
William Hyde, Esq.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/60  Apr. 1682

1.

paper

Contents:
William Hyde, Esq.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/61  Apr. 1682

1.

parchment

Contents:
William Hyde, Esq.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/62  Oct. 1682

1.

parchment

Contents:
William Hyde, Esq.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/63  33 Charles 11 (1681)

1 membrane

Contents:
Incomplete Court roll, endorsed

Court roll  6ANC4/64  1625-46

Contents:
Bundle of draft rolls

Court roll  6ANC4/65  Apr. and Oct. 1650

2.

parchment

Contents:
Bernard Walcott, Esq., (Guardian of Wm. Hyde)
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/66  Apr. 1651

2.

parchment

Contents:
Bernard Walcott, Esq., (Guardian of Wm. Hyde)
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/67  nd

Contents:
A note that the Court roll for 1652 was ingrossed with that of Langtoft.

Court roll  6ANC4/68  Apr. and Oct. 1653

2.

parchment

Contents:
Bernard Walcott, Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court roll  6ANC4/69  Apr. and Oct. 1654

3.

parchment

Contents:
Bernard Walcott, Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court Roll  6ANC4/70  Apr., Oct. 1655

2.

parchment

Contents:
Bernard Walcott, Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court Roll  6ANC4/71  Apr, Oct. 1656

2.

parchment

Contents:
Bernard Walcott, Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court Roll  6ANC4/72  Oct. 1657, Apr. 1658

2.

parchment

Contents:
Wm. Hyde, Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court Roll  6ANC4/73  Apr. and Oct. 1659

1.

parchment

Contents:
Wm. Hyde, Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court Roll  6ANC4/74  Apr. Dec. 1685

2.

paper

Contents:
Wm. Hyde, Esq.
2 View of Frankpledge

Court Roll  6ANC4/75  Apr. 1686

1.

parchment

Contents:
Wm. Hyde, Esq.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court Roll  6ANC4/76  Apr. 1686

1.

paper

Contents:
Wm. Hyde, Esq.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court Roll  6ANC4/77  Apr. 1688

2.

paper

Contents:
Wm. Hyde, Esq.
1 View of Frankpledge

Court Roll  6ANC4/78  1743-68

85 fols.

Contents:
As Langtoft
Court Book indexed

Court Roll  6ANC4/79  1769-1803

255 pages

Contents:
As Langtoft
Court Book, indexed.

Court Roll  6ANC4/80  1803-22

427 pages

Contents:
As Langtoft
Court Book, indexed.

Court Roll  6ANC4/81  1823-45

501 pages

Contents:
As Langtoft
Court Book, indexed.

Court Roll  6ANC4/82  1846-87

699

Contents:
As Langtoft
Court Book, indexed.

Court Roll  6ANC4/83  1888-1925

707

Contents:
As Langtoft
Court Book, indexed.

Court Roll  6ANC4/84  1926-43

130

Contents:
As Langtoft
Compensation Agreements, etc., (no Courts), indexed.

Court Roll  6ANC4/85  1880-95

Contents:
Draft Court Book

Court Roll  6ANC4/86  1895-1913

Contents:
Draft Court Book

Court Roll  6ANC4/87  1913-27

Contents:
Draft Court Book

Custumal of the copyhold lands of Baston  6ANC4/88  1567

3 pages

paper

Orders and pains, assessed  6ANC4/89  15th April, 1621

4 pages

paper

Verdicts and amercements  6ANC4/90  Dec. 1690

Bundle of surrenders  6ANC4/91  1687-91

9 items

"Account of Conditional Surrenders No. 1"  6ANC4/92  1733-1844

"Account of Conditional Surrenders No. 2"  6ANC4/93  1845-1879

SPALDING  6ANC5  [n.d.]

Court Roll  6ANC5/1  Michaelmas 1478 - Michaelmas 1479

2.

parchment

Contents:
John Clony, rent collector and farmer
Compotus,
On the dorse is a survey of Langtoft, n.d.
(16th cent.)

STAMFORD  6ANC6  [n.d.]

Court Roll  6ANC6/1  1695-1724

13.

parchment

Contents:
Earl of Stamford

THURLBY (by Bourne)  6ANC7  [n.d.]


Related information: See also Smith 4 Manorial

Court Roll  6ANC7/1  1650, 1661-99

38

parchment

Contents:
Earl of Elgin (Earl of Ailesbury from 1664)

Court Roll  6ANC7/2  1713-25

14

parchment

Contents:
George Denshire

Court Minutes  6ANC7/3  1743-51; 1757-83

Contents:
Denshire, Sir John Heathcote, Sir Gilbert Heathcote
The bundle for each court contains court proceedings; lists of freeholders and copyholders owing suit of court with the essoins marked; jury's verdict, presentment of pinders, dikereeves, freeborough and constables. Also some correspondence.

Draft Court Rolls  6ANC7/4  1757-83

paper

Court Book, indexed  6ANC7/5  1847-88

675 pages

Contents:
As Langtoft

Court Book, indexed  6ANC7/6  1888-1925

695 pages

Contents:
As Langtoft

Court Book, indexed  6ANC7/7  1926-35

226 pages

Contents:
As Langtoft
Vesting Deeds and Compensation Agreements

CHERRY WILLINGHAM with SOUTHREY (parcel of the Prebend of Empingham)  6ANC8  [n.d.]

Court Roll  6ANC8/1  1708-23

8.

parchment

Contents:
Joshua Blackwell and Vigerus Edwards, 1708-13
Sir Thomas Mackworth, Bart. 1713-23

Court Roll  6ANC8/2  1733-43

3.

parchment

Contents:
Sir John Heathcote, Bart.

Court Roll  6ANC8/3  1770-74

2.

parchment

Contents:
Sir Gilbert Heathcote, Bart.

Court Book, indexed.  6ANC8/4  1770-1827

180

Contents:
Sir Gilbert Heathcote, Bart.

Court Book, indexed  6ANC8/5  1851-1935

428.

Contents:
Ending with Compensation Agreements, etc.

PRESTON and UPPINGHAM (Co. Rutland)  6ANC9  [n.d.]

Court Roll  6ANC9/1  1727-8

1.

parchment.

Contents:
Thomas Ridlington, gent.

ROYAL COMMISSION ON HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS; Report on; A SECTION OF THE ANCASTER PAPERS; mainly deeds and settlements relating to the Burrell family, Barons Gwydir  7ANC  16th-19th century

Arrangement: The papers as found comprised mainly loose items in no order, and contained no original bundles, but were sorted as far as possible into their constituent elements.


Contents:
CONTENTS
Introduction
7ANC1 Deeds relating to Kent (Burrell family) 1583-1829
7ANC2 Deeds relating to Surrey, etc (Godschall family) 1706-1803
7ANC3 Settlements, wills, mortgages, etc (Burrell and related families) 1722-1826
7ANC4 Miscellaneous Ancaster papers 1654-1899
7ANC5 Miscellaneous other papers (Warren family, etc) 1847-1900 and nd
Related Collections
INTRODUCTION
The papers described here were formerly in the custody of Messrs Warrens, the London solicitors, and were deposited in the Lincolnshire Archives Office in 1969 through the British Records Association (BRA 1602), receiving the Lincolnshire Archives reference 7ANC as part of the Ancaster collection.
The papers include a few miscellaneous Ancaster documents (7ANC4), but the bulk relate to the Burrell family (7ANC1,3). Lady Priscilla Bertie, heiress of the Lincolnshire and Welsh estates of the Dukes of Ancaster, married in 1779 Peter Burrell, created Baron Gwydir in 1796. Their son succeeded his father as second Baron Gwydir in 1820 and his mother as Baron Willoughby de Eresby in 1828.
The rise of the Burrell family of Beckenham (Kent) began with Peter Burrell (d1718), a London merchant who purchased the estate of Kelseys in Beckenham in or shortly before 1688. His son Peter Burrell (d1754) married in 1722 Amy, the daughter of Hugh Raymond of London and Great Saling, Essex, who acquired the manor of Langley in Beckenham in 1732. Following the death of Jones Raymond, grandson of Hugh, in 1768, Langley and other property in Beckenham passed to Amy Burrell, and on her death in 1789 it descended to her grandson Sir Peter Burrell, afterwards Baron Gwydir. The Foxgrove estate in Beckenham, purchased by Jones Raymond in 1765, also came to the Burrells. These properties, with others in Beckenham and the neighbouring parishes, were sold in the early 1820s, following Lord Gwydir's death, and were therefore, in legal terms, never incorporated into the Ancaster estates.
Messrs Bray and Warner would seem to have sorted through the Kent estate papers at the time of the sale, transferring the bulk of the title deeds to the purchasers of the different lots but retaining a residue consisting mainly of early deeds, family settlements and some estate and family papers. In 1940 Warrens handed over a quantity of papers to the British Records Association for despatch to appropriate repositories (BRA 301, 305). Some Ancaster and Gwydir papers were sent to the Lindsey Muniment Room (Lincolnshire Archives, Lind Dep 64, 97) and to the National Library of Wales, but a collection of Burrell deeds and papers for Kent was sent to Kent Archives Office (see below, Related Collections). The further group of deeds and settlements sent to Lincoln in 1969 is, though less varied, closely related to this earlier deposit at Maidstone.
The Godschall deeds (7ANC2) have no connection with the Ancaster papers, but represent part of the papers of another client of the firm. In this case the link between firm and client was an exceptionally close one. The Godschalls of Weston, in the parish of Albury (Surrey), were related to the Brays of Shere, and the Brays were in turn related to the Warrens.
William Bray of Shere, the solicitor and historian of Surrey, was in fact the senior partner in Messrs Bray and Warren. (For a group of Godschall papers among the Bray papers now in Guildford Muniment Room see below, Related Collections.) The Warren family wills (7ANC5/1) are a further stray from the collection of firm's and clients' papers formerly held by Messrs Warrens.
R J OLNEY
G H MANDELBROTE
June 1993

DEEDS RELATING TO KENT (BURRELL FAMILY)  7ANC1  1583-1829

Manor of Langley in Beckenham, with property in Beckenham, Bromley, Hayes, Keston, Lewisham and Orpington.  7ANC1/1  1616-1747

27 items

Contents:
Styles - Elwill - Raymond - Burrell. Mainly trust deeds, but including some wills, bonds and mortgages.

Manor or estate of Kelseys in Beckenham, with land in Beckenham. Brograve - Burrell.  7ANC1/2  1669-1813

19 items

Contents:
Mainly mortgages and bonds 1669-88.

Manor of Foxgrove, with land in Beckenham.  7ANC1/3  1757-1804

5 items


Related information: See also 7ANC3/2

Contents:
Bridges - Raymond - Burrell.

Parcels of woodland in Beckenham.  7ANC1/4  1737-60

12 items

Contents:
Tilly - Brown - Cator - Burrell.

Viscount Bolingbroke's manor of Beckenham.  7ANC1/5  1754-73

8 items

Contents:
Copies, incomplete title.

Stone Farm, Beckenham, leasehold of the Cator (Beckenham Place) estate.  7ANC1/6  1773-91

5 items

Contents:
Lease held by Jacob Kirkman, of Broad Street, Westminster, harpsichord maker 1773-7.
Acquired by Sir Peter Burrell 1791.

Various properties in Beckenham.  7ANC1/7  1693-1791

11 items

Contents:
Including leases from and conveyances to the Cator estate.

Leases by the Burrell family of properties in Beckenham.  7ANC1/8  1763-1826

10 items

Three houses and 18 acres in Sydenham (parish of Lewisham), purchased by Peter Burrell, of Beckenham, merchant in 1698.  7ANC1/9  1693-1829

8 items

Contents:
Porter - Burrell.

Small parcel of land in Hayes, purchased by Amy Burrell of Langley from Richard Houlditch's assignees  7ANC1/10  1583-1787

6 items

Miscellaneous deeds relating to property in West Wickham  7ANC1/11  1750-1825

8 items

Contents:
Including counterpart lease of Swan Inn from Lord Gwydir to Francis Berrington 1811 and settlement 1825.

Miscellaneous Kent deeds  7ANC1/12  1723-91

6 items

Contents:
Including conveyance of moiety of manor of Great Oakley and lands in Higham and Cliffe [presumably in trust] 1723, lease for a year of Boycote in Ulcombe 1734 (Heath to Compton and others), and trust deed relating to Raymond property in Ivychurch 1738

DEEDS RELATING TO SURREY, ETC (GODSCHALL FAMILY)  7ANC2  1706 - 1803

Weston in parish of Albury, Surrey.  7ANC2/1  1718-78

6 items

Contents:
Mainly Godschall family trust deeds.

Westover Farm, Wherwell, Hampshire.  7ANC2/2  1753-1800

4 items

Contents:
Godschall family.

Godschall property in Battleswick, Essex 1720, 1790, St Botolph's, Bishopsgate, London 1756 and Walworth, Surrey 1781.  7ANC2/3  1720-90

4 items

Godschall family trust deeds and related papers  7ANC2/4  1706-1803

13 items

Contents:
Including settlements, annuities, appointments of dividends and assignments of stock; administrations of William Godschall 1799 and Thomas Tryon, of London, 1803.

SETTLEMENTS, WILLS, MORTGAGES, ETC (BURRELL AND RELATED FAMILIES)  7ANC3  1722-1826

Burrell family  7ANC3/1  1722-1826

Settlement on marriage of Peter Burrell, of Beckenham, esquire, son of Peter Burrell, of Beckenham, merchant, decd, and Amy, daughter of Hugh Raymond, of London, esquire  7ANC3/1/1  5 Mar 1722

Contents:
Properties in Beckenham (Kelseys, etc), Bromley, Hayes, ?Higham (Great Oakley) and Sydenham, Kent, Battersea, Surrey, and Felpham, Sussex).

Settlement of further land in Beckenham (Elmer's End, etc) to uses of 7ANC3/1/1 above, in place of Great Oakley property  7ANC3/1/2  16 Apr 1737

Deed of partition of estates of John Lewis, of Hackney, esquire  7ANC3/1/3  20 June 1754

Contents:
Between his daughters Elizabeth (wife of Peter Burrell junior) and Susannah, Sibbertoft, Northamptonshire, estate to Elizabeth Burrell.

Probate of will of Peter Burrell, of Beckenham, esquire  7ANC3/1/4  6 Apr 1756, proved 28 Apr 1756

Contents:
Devising unsettled estate to son Peter

Appointment of properties to secure annuity of £1,000 a year for Elizabeth, widow of Peter Burrell (d1775)  7ANC3/1/5  nd

Contents:
Under their marriage settlement of 1748.
Elmer's End, Great Oakley, Seale, Ivychurch and Brookland, Kent, and Cuckfield and Olmsted Mortimer, Sussex.

Deed for suffering a recovery of estates as in 1 above  7ANC3/1/6  15 Jan 1779

Common recoveries, Kent estates  7ANC3/1/7-8  Hilary 1779 and Trinity 1790

Settlement of Cecil property in London (Exeter Exchange) on marriage of Earl of Exeter to Duchess of Hamilton (née Burrell)  7ANC3/1/9-11  15-16 Aug 1800

Appointment of sums under the settlement of 1779  7ANC3/1/12-13  10 July 1807

Demise of part of Kelsey's Farm to indemnify the Great Oakley estate against portions under the 1779 settlement  7ANC3/1/14-16  30 Aug 1815

Assignment of term of years under the 1748 settlement  7ANC3/1/17  12 Sept 1820

Release of dower  7ANC3/1/18  5 Mar 1821

Release of annuities  7ANC3/1/19-21  7 July 1826

Raymond (later Burrell) family  7ANC3/2  1726-1821

Quitclaim relating to interest of Elizabeth Glanville, daughter of Hugh Raymond, of Saling Hall, Essex, esquire, under her marriage settlement  7ANC3/2/1  11 Nov 1726

Extract, will of Hugh Raymond, of Langley, esquire  7ANC3/2/2-3  15 Dec 1736, proved 19 July 1737

Contents:
Settling the Langley estate, in default of male heirs of his son Jones Raymond, on his daughter Amy Burrell and her heirs. (The Essex estate to be sold to augment the Kent properties.)

Extract, fine levied on Kent estates (excluding Beckenham) by Jones Raymond  7ANC3/2/4  Hilary 1754

Purchase by Amy Burrell of sole interest in Foxgrove and other properties in Beckenham, Hayes and Bromley purchased by her brother Jones Raymond (d1768) and bequeathed in moieties under his will  7ANC3/2/5-6  24 Jan 1769

Agreement between Amy Burrell and her grandson Sir Peter Burrell relating to the settlement of the Kent estates after her death  7ANC3/2/7  25 Oct 1781

Copy of will of Amy Burrell  7ANC3/2/8  proved 27 Aug 1789

Lease for a year, Sir Peter Burrell to trustees  7ANC3/2/9  6 Sept 1791

Contents:
Settlement of Langley Park, etc.

Resettlement of the Foxgrove estate  7ANC3/2/10-12  1809

Limited administration of John Fenwick  7ANC3/2/13  1821

Contents:
Relates to settlement of 1794.

Marriage settlement of Tobias Frere, late of Barbados, and Amelia, daughter of Peter Burrell, 29 Dec 1742  7ANC3/3/1-7  1742, 1749 and nd

7 items

Contents:
With related documents including a letter from Tobias Frere to Jones Raymond 1749

Deeds relating to the mortgage of properties in Beckenham, West Wickham, Hayes and Bromley in 1794  7ANC3/4/1-10  1794-1822

10 items

Contents:
And their reconveyance prior to sale in 1822

MISCELLANEOUS ANCASTER PAPERS  7ANC4  1654 - 1899

Settlement of Grimsthorpe and Lindsey Coast estates on marriage of Robert Lord Willoughby to Cecilia Massingberd, of London  7ANC4/1/1-2  1654

Contents:
'Not executed.'

Settlement of Heathcote estates in Lincolnshire (Coningsby, Bourne, Thurlby) and Rutland on marriage of Gilbert John Heathcote to the Hon Clementina Burrell 1827.  7ANC4/1/3-4  1827, 1896-7

Contents:
Schedule. Attached to release, 7 letters relating to money paid to the Hon Elizabeth Willoughby under this settlement.

Common recoveries, Merionethshire 18 George III, and Middlesex and Denbighshire 43 George III.  7ANC4/2  18+43 George III

3 items

Miscellaneous correspondence and papers relating to the sale of the Spilsby entailed estate (1886)  7ANC4/3  1884-7

15 items

Account of Admiral George Tryon and Edmund Turnor as trustees of Lady Willoughby's Spilsby settled estate  7ANC4/4  1884-99

1 volume with 7 enclosures.

Conveyance of land in Little Bytham, Careby and Toft with Lound, Earl of Ancaster to GNR and Midland Railway (Saxby and Bourne line)  7ANC4/5  1893

1 item

Tracing.

MISCELLANEOUS OTHER PAPERS (WARREN FAMILY, ETC)  7ANC5  [n.d.]

Probates, Warren (of the firm of Bray and Warren) and Webster families  7ANC5/1  1847-1900

8 items

Wrapper relating to title to Reynardson property in Careby and Little Bytham (for sale to Grimsthorpe estate).  7ANC5/2  Early 19th cent

Contents:
Bray and Warren, solicitors.

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