TITLE DEEDS [no ref. or date]
Elsing [no ref. or date]
Cottage and purpresture in Fisterwick, Elsing. EVL 41, 446 x 7 1662-1729
Part of estate of Thomas Neale, devised by him to his wife Alice in 1662. One moiety conveyed by John Engeldove and Alice his wife to Matthew Silence in 1708, and by Silence to Robert Bunn in 1709. Other moiety conveyed by Thomas Sadler and Elizabeth his wife to Robert Bunn in 1716. Whole property conveyed by Bunn to Jane Faulkner in 1717, by her to John Crane in 1728, and by Crane to Benjamin Cock in 1729.
Cottage and 4 acres adjoining, close, 2 acres, 1 rood, land, and Norfolk Close, 17 acres, copyhold of the manor of Elsing with the members. EVL 42, 446 x 8 1777-1793
Lucy de Monte of Rotterdam admitted under the will of Thomas Lombe of Rotterdam in 1788; surrendered by her to Mary Eleanor Price in 1786. Revd. Eli Morgan Price admitted as her brother and heir in 1793. With bond relating to a mortgage by Thomas Lombe to John Stutter, 1777, letter of attorney and receipts relating to the sale by Lucy de Monte to Mary Eleanor Price, and abstracts of title of Lombe and Lucy de Monte.
Farmhouse and 614 acres; farmhouse and 64 acres; Alder Carr, 1 acre 1 rood; water corn mill called Elsing Mill with adjoining dwelling house, 11 acres. Conveyed by Revd. Richard Browne and Frances his wife to Sir John Lombe in 1805. EVL 43, 446 x 7 1805
3 acres meadow abutting on highway from Elsing to Bylaugh west and river south. Conveyed by Henry Betts to Revd. Richard Eaton in 1796, and by Eaton, now known as Richard Browne to Sir John Lombe in 1805. EVL 44, 446 x 8 1805
Farmhouse and 72 acres in Elsing. EVL 45, 446 x 9 1733-1817
Mortgaged by Thomas Robinson to Samuel Dyball in 1733 and conveyed by Robinson's executrix to James Hunt in 1738. Conveyed by the bankruptcy commissioners of James Hunt to Thomas Curties in 1732 and by Thomas Curties junior to James Hunt junior in 1783. Mill pightle, ½a, exchanged by Hannah and James Hunt for ½ acre in Little Church Field with Mary Green in 1774. Mortgaged by Hunt to William Ward in 1786 and conveyed by Hunt to John Betts in 1791. Conveyed by Betts' executors to Joseph Gunton in 1812, and mortgaged by Gunton to Cook Flower in 1812. Conveyed by Gunton to Sir John Lombe bart. in 1817.
Deeds EVL 46, 446 x 8 1740-1818
Messuage and Wakes Yard, together 2 acres 2 roods 25 perches, abutting on road from Elsing Mills to Ling to north east; three enclosures called Long Meadow, Three Acre, and Marle Pit Close, 8 acres 1 rood 32 perches; Hilly Close, 5 acres 3 roods 4 perches; Frosts Hill, 3 acres 1 rood 4 perches; 1 acre 26 perches; 2 roods 34 perches in Crow Field.
3 roods of meadow conveyed by Thomas Browne to William Harvey in 1740. All Harvey's land devised by him to Ann Osborn in 1744. Messuage and adjoining 20 acres mortgaged by John Osborn to Thomas Ward in 1781, and conveyed by Osborn to Richard Palmer in 1787. Mortgaged by Palmer to William Gibson in 1797 and conveyed to his son James Palmer in 1814. Whole estate conveyed by James Palmer to trustees under the will of Sir John Lombe bart. in 1818.
Cottage called Hunts with 8 acres of land, and other copyhold parts of the above estate, held of the manor of Elsing, conveyed to Sir John Lombe's trustees in 1818. EVL 47, 446 x 8 1657-1818
Elsing Mill, held under a lease for 60 years by Mary Greene to Richard Palmer, 1780 EVL 48, 447 x 1 1809-1818
Outlead or half of stream of water, or sufficient for an 8 foot wheel with 40 sq. yds. of land to the east and west, with liberty to build a paper mill over the outlead and a dwelling house devised by Palmer to George Furness and James Palmer in March 1809, with agreement of copartnership between James Palmer and Furness for paper manufacture. Outlead with 160 sq. yds, of land on east and west, the paper mill newly erected by George Furness, drying houses and other outhouses leased for 30 years by Richard and James Palmer to George Furness in October, 1809. Partnership dissolved 13 October, 1809, and James Palmer's share assigned to Furness. Mortgaged to James Palmer in 1809. Assigned by Furness' executor to Edward Lombe in 1818.
Estates in Elsing conveyed to Revd. James Stoughton and John Mitchell, trustees under the will of Sir John Lombe EVL 49, 447 x 1 1819-1834
Cottage and adjoining 4 acres abutting north on road from Elsing Mill to Lyng, and an enclosure 1 rood 2 perches, in Pound Meadow, abutting south on the same road; conveyed to the trustees by William Engledow in 1819.
Copyhold cottage, conveyed to the trustees by Thomas Smith and Sarah his wife in 1819.
Three pieces of land, of 2 roods 3 perches, 1 acre 1 rood 24 perches, and 2 roods 7 perches, in Elsing Field; conveyed to the trustees by John Steward in 1822.
Copyhold cottage in three tenements, 1 rood 37 perches; conveyed to the trustees by Henry Bone and Susanna his wife in 1823.
Copyhold cottage and 1 rood 24 perches abutting south on the public road from Elsing Mill to Lyng; conveyed to the trustees by William Green and Frances his wife in 1828.
Malthouse and premises; conveyed to the trustees by the bankruptcy commissioners of William Tuck in 1834.
Farmhouse with 79 acres 3 roods 8 perches, shown on map in release deed of 1819. Conveyed by John Pearce and others to the trustees under Sir John Lombe's will, in 1819. With abstracts of title. EVL 50, 447 x 2 1819
Kissing Hill pightle, 2 acres 14 perches bounded by Church Lane to the south east, and a further piece, 3 acres 3 roods 36 perches. Conveyed by James Foster to William Coward in 1814, and mortgaged by Coward to James Steward. Conveyed by Coward to the trustees under Sir John Lombe's will in 1819. EVL 51, 447 x 2 1814, 1819
Messuage, and two closes, 5 acres, abutting in part on a common way from Swanton Morley to Norwich, a meadow, 2 acres in Swanton Morley, 3 acres meadow in Elsing. EVL 52, 447 x 1 1714-1797
Conveyed by Rebecca Schuldham to William Lombe in 1714, and settled on the marriage of Lombe with Mary Smith, 1717. Mortgaged by Thomas Lombe to John Stutter in 1777. Devised by Lombe to his sister Lucy de Monte in 1783. Conveyed by Lucy de Monte to Mary Eleanor Price in 1786, and by Revd. Eli Morgan Price and Mary Eleanor Price to Thomas Mack in 1797.
Messuage with adjoining outbuildings and land, 52 acres 2 roods 28 perches in Elsing and Swanton Morley. Conveyance by Thomas Mack to the trustees under Sir John Lombe's will, Includes plan EVL 53, 447 x 2 1820
Mermaid Inn, 2 roods 10 perches; 3 roods 22 perches on south side of church; close of 5 acres 1 rood 10 perches at west end of church; 1 acre 1 rood 28 perches on east side of church; two meadows, and a close of 3 acres abutting south on the road to Norwich EVL 54, 447 x 2 1689-1786
Conveyed by James Hobart and Miles Hobart to Daniel Farrington in 1689, and by Elizabeth Farington and others to Edmund Ryseing and Mary Ryseing in 1702.
Conveyed by Benjamin Kittmer and Mary his wife (formerly Mary Rising) to Elizabeth Burdett in 1726. Mortgaged by Charles Forman and Elizabeth his wife (formerly Elizabeth Burdett) to John Marker in 1736, and conveyed by Forman to Thomas Greene in 1748.
Property, except the inn, conveyed by Thomas Greene to John Bell in 1756.
A piece of land 21 yds x 7 yds in a field abutting on south side of church exchanged by Bell with Martha Rowls for another piece of similar size in the same field in 1757. Property conveyed by Sarah Crozier, Bell's daughter, to William Kent in 1786.
Copyhold parts of William Kent's estate; held of the manor of Elsing with the members. Messuage and 3 acres with a house, 9 acres of pasture, and a tenement in Church Street with 8 roods EVL 55, 447 x 3 1689-1786
Miles Hobart admitted in 1685 under the will of Dame Margaret Hobart; surrendered by him to Daniel Farrington in 1689. Surrendered by Farrington to Edmund Rising in 1703, and by Stephen Gardner to John Bell in 1756.
1 acre with a tenement in Cremegate, and a close called Tippings or Brome, 3 acres.
James Carman admitted in 1728 on the surrender of Francis Rudd, Hannah Hudson admitted on Carman's surrender in 1739; John Bell admitted in 1756, on the surrender of Thomas Hudson.
Sarah Crozier, Bell's daughter, admitted to both properties in 1785; William Kent admitted on her death in 1786.
Messuage with adjoining outbuildings and land, 52 acres 2 roods 28 perches. Conveyance by trustees under the will of William Kent to the trustees under Sir John Lombe's will EVL 56, 447 x 3 1820
Two messuages with barns, stables, outhouses and adjoining land, 118 acres 15 perches EVL 57, 447 x 4 1757-1823
Part of estate conveyed by trustees for sale under the will of John Starling, to Mary Breese in 1757. Devised by the will of Mary Breese to the children of her nephew John Smith as tenants in common. Recovery suffered on five sixths of the estate to the use of Henry Francis and Robert John Turner as trustees for sale in 1822, and conveyed by them to Sir John Lombe's trustees in 1822. Remaining one sixth of the estate conveyed to Lombe's trustees in 1823 by Benjamin Hewlett and Susannah his wife, and recovery suffered
Messuage and 22 acres, part of Mary Breese's estate, copyhold of the manor of Elsing with the members EVL 58, 447 x 5 1758-1823
Messuage and 25 acres, freehold, and two messuages and 17 acres 2 roods held of the manor of Elsing with the members. EVL 59, 447 x 5 1697-1835
Conveyed by Anthony Buxton to John Filby in 1699. Mortgaged by John Filby junr. to Henry Hall in 1762, and conveyed by John Filby to Edward Filby in 1763. Devised by the will of Edward Filby, made in 1780, to his son Thomas.
Mortgaged by Thomas Filby to Thomas Ward in 1783. Devised by Filby's will proved in 1822 to his natural son William Twaites, otherwise Filby, and mortgaged by the latter to Thomas Grounds in 1823. Further mortgages to James Goldson and Thomas Large in 1828 and 1830, to William Robert Cann and William Robert Clarke in 1833, and to James Buck in 1834.
Conveyed by William Twaites, otherwise Filby, to the trustees under Sir John Lombe's will in 1835. Includes plan.
2 roods 3 perches at Fisterwick in Elsing, with four cottages. Conveyed by Nicholas and Penelope Knights to Charles Hamerton in 1801; by Hamerton to William Ireland in 1832, and by trustees under Ireland's will to the trustees under Sir John Lombe's will in 1836. EVL 60, 447 x 5 1801-1836
Messuage and House Pightle of 1 acre 3 roods 22 perches, The Garden, 1 rood 22 perches, Long Pightle, 1 acre 3 perches; the Great Pightle, 2 acres 28 perches; River Meadow, 1 acre 1 rood 1 perch; all copyhold, held of the manor of Elsing with the members. EVL 61, 447 x 6 1736-1837
One third surrendered to Elias Brett by James and Mary Park; one third by Henry Hempsted; and one third in Samuel and Sarah Cottes, in 1736. Elizabeth Davy admitted under Brett's will in 1740 and surrendered property to Charles Oakley in 1763. Mortgaged by Thomas Oakley to Thomas Seppings in 1832 and surrendered by Oakley to Sir John Lombe's trustees in 1837. With correspondence, 1835-1837, including plan of Thomas Oakley's estate
Nine pieces of common land, totalling 73 acres 3 roods 13 perches, allotted to be sold for paying expenses of enclosure. Conveyed by the commissioners under the Elsing Inclosure Act to trustees for sale in 1849, and by the latter to Sir John Lombe's trustees in 1850. Conveyance of 1849 includes plan. EVL 62, 447 x 6 1849-1850
1 acre 15 perches of copyhold land abutting north west on River Wensum and south east on road from Elsing Mills to Bylaugh, held of the manor of Elsing with the Members. Sold by Edward Fair Hartt to the trustees under Sir John Lombe's will in 1855. Revd. Henry Evans admitted in trust for them in 1859. EVL 63, 450 x 8 1855, 1859
Enfranchisement by Richard Charles Browne, lord of the manor of Elsing with the members to John Mitchell, surviving trustee under the will of Sir John Lombe of copyhold estates in Elsing. With plan. EVL 64, 450 x 8 1856
Valuation of copyholds in Elsing Bylaugh and Lyng with fees for enfranchisement, 1856; abstracts of title of Richard Charles Browne to the manor of Elsing, and deed of covenant for the production of title deeds. With printed copy of Elsing Inclosure Act, 1841, and allotments to Edward Lombe, 1849; printed copy of estate act relating to the estate of Mary Greene, 1805. EVL 65, 450 x 8 1805-1856
Foxley and Bawdeswell [no ref. or date]
Messuage and adjoining land of 40 acres 1 rood 14 perches in Bawdeswell EVL 71, 451 x 2 1718-1823
Settled on the marriage of John Chambers and Martha Lylman in 1718 and recovery suffered by Martha Chambers and her son John in 1749. Conveyed by Martha Chambers and John and his wife Ann to Anthony Abell in 1750.
Conveyed by Abells' executors to John Neal in 1795, and mortgaged by Neal to Joseph Roberts in 1795. Conveyed by Neale to the trustees under the will of Sir John Lombe bart. in 1823, together with allotments to Neale under the Bawdeswell and Ling and the Foxley Inclosure Acts.
With papers relating to copyhold parts of the estate; held of the manors of Foxley with Bawdeswell, Bawdeswell late Beales, and Whitwell late Symonds.
Deeds EVL 72, 451 x 3 1694-1808
Messuage in Bawdeswell, outbuildings, garden, and orchard, 1 acre 3 roods 6 perches; Homeclose, 4 acres 1 rood 3 perches; Three Acres, 3 acres 37 perches; Old Four Acres, 4 acres; Seven Acres, 6 acres 1 rood 20 parches; Foxley Six Acres, 6 acres; New Four Acres, 4 acres; Clay Lane Close, 5 acres 1 rood 6 perches.
Three enclosures in Bawdeswell, 7 acres, and four pieces in Little Field, 2 acres 3 roods; conveyed by John Grange to Thomas Leaman in 1694.
Estate mortgaged by Matthew Breese and his wife Elizabeth, Thomas Leaman's granddaughter, to Elizabeth Warner in 1733. Conveyed by Elizabeth Breese to William King in 1754, and by King's executors to Thomas St. John, 1768, with mortgage by St. John to Richard Lloyd. Conveyed by St. John to John Odingsells
Leeke in 1772, and by Leeke to William de Caux in 1792, by de Caux to John Green in 1702 and by Green to Thomas Tann in 1805.
Conveyed by the executors of Thomas Tann's will to Sir John Lombe's trustees in 1826, together with land allotted to Tann under the Bawdeswell and Lyng inclosure Award in 1806.
Copyhold parts of Thomas Tann's estate EVL 73, 451 x 2 1633-1826
Messuage and 3½ acres in Foxley; 5 roods in the field of Foxley; Pondhead Meadow, 2½ acres in Foxley; Pondhead Close, 8 acres, held of the manor of Foxley with Bawdeswell.
Messuage called the Greyhound, and c. 20 acres in Foxley and Bawdeswell, held of the manor of Foxley with Bawdeswell
4½ acres in Bawdeswell, held of the manor of Bawdeswell late Beales.
1 acre in small field of Bawdeswell; ½ acre in Nethercroft, Bawdeswell and 3 roods in Nethercroft Close; 1 rood in Sherrats Dyke in the field of Bawdeswell, all held of the manor of Bylaugh with the Members.
2 roods in Bawdeswell, held of the manor of Whitwell late Symonds. 1633-1768
With acknowledgements of satisfaction on conditional surrenders by John Green, 1805, and by Thomas Tann, 1811 and 1826, and schedule of deeds relating to John Green's estate in Foxley and Bawdeswell, 1795.
Messuage and cottage in Foxley. Mortgaged by Philip Leamon to Robert Mears in 1800 and by Charles Leamon's executors to William Georgie in 1822. Two pieces of land in Foxley, 7 acres 3 roods 18 perches and 3 acres 30 perches conveyed by trustees under Leamon's will to Thomas Aldridge Sturley in 1837. Mortgaged by Sturley to Henry Pulley in 1839. EVL 74, 451 x 4 1800-1839
Messuage in Foxley and 74 acres in Foxley and Bawdeswell. Revised by Thomas Porter to Joshua Porter in 1702 and by Porter to Mary Parke his granddaughter in 1734. Mortgaged by her to Thomas Harvey in 1748. Devised by Mary Grieves formerly Mary Parke to her son John Dawson, in her will, proved in 1811. EVL 75, 451 x 4 1702-1811
Copyhold parts of John Dawson's estate EVL 76, 451 x 5; EVL 77, 451 x 5 1720-1827
11 acres 3 perches in several pieces in Foxley. Surrendered conditionally by Joshua Porter to John Dove in 1720, by Mary Parke to Thomas Harvey in 1748, and by Richard Dawson and Mary his wife to James Peterson in 1753.
8 acres 2 roods in Foxley and Bawdeswell. John Dawson admitted on the surrender of George Hubbard in 1779.
a) 3 acres 3 roods 10 perches bounded by a public road to the north east and the boundary of Foxley to the west, allotted to John Dawson by the Bawdeswell and Lyng inclosure award
b) 20 acres 1 rood 21 perches with a messuage and other buildings; 3 acres 1 rood 15 perches; 14 acres 2 roods 38 perches; 9 acres 4 perches; 11 acres 2 roods, abutting on Hodds Road to the east, and on Fakenham Road to the south, 9 acres 2 roots 23 perches abutting on Mill Hill common road to the north east; 5 acres 3 roods 30 perches abutting on Mill Hill common road to the north west; all allotted to Dawson by the Foxley inclosure award
c) 9 acres 2 roods 26 perches abutting on Fakenham Road to the north east, allotted to Dawson by the Foxley inclosure award.
Dawson's estate conveyed by William Grieves and Aquila Robins, donees of a power of sale under the will of John Dawson to the trustees under Sir John Lombe's will in 1827.
Estate of John Pike in Foxley and Bawdeswell EVL 78, 451 x 6 1729-1828
Messuage and lands called the Heggs in Foxley, Bawdeswell and Billingford. Devised by Henry Eglinton to Richard Eglinton in 1710; mortgaged by Richard to Slias Brett in 1731 and to John Brown in 1733. Conveyed by Henry Eglinton, trustee under Richard's will to John Fleming in 1735, and by John Fleming to Richard Fleming in 1755. Conveyed by Fleming and Sarah his wife to Samuel Rash and Augustine Holl in 1760, and by Rash and Holl to John Pike in 1762.
Messuage and 30 acres in Foxley. Devised by Joseph Copeman to his son Joseph in 1729, and by the latter to Joseph Taylor in 1753. Conveyed by Taylor to John Pike in 1766.
Messuage in Foxley and enclosure of 2 acres abutting south on the street to Foxley church. Devised by Joshua Porter to Thomas Porter in 1734, and mortgaged by the latter to William Hewitt in 1763. Conveyed by Porter to John Pike in 1781.
Messuage and 21 acres in Foxley; conveyed by Thomas Clarke and Elizabeth his wife to John Pike in 1767. Settled on the marriage of John Pike and Susanna Rebecca Brooke in 1767. Messuage and ten pieces of land, 14 acres, in Foxley, Billingford and Bawdeswell, part of Clarke's estate, conveyed by John Pike junior to Charles Sales in 1807.
All Pike's estate mortgaged by him to Stephen Leed in 1822, with a further mortgage in 1827.
With extracts from the Bawdeswell and Lyng inclosure award, 1810, and from the Foxley inclosure award, 1815.
Farmhouse and 127 acres 3 roods 33 perches in Foxley and Bawdeswell. Conveyance by John Pike to the trustees under Sir John Lombe's will, 1828, including plan. With abstract of title. EVL 79, 451 x 6 1828
Copyhold parts of John Pike's estate in Foxley and Bawdeswell EVL 80, 451 x 5 1736-1828
c. 55 acres held of the manor of Foxley with Bawdeswell.
5 acres 1 rood in Foxley, held of the manor of Bawdeswell late Beales.
Four pieces of land, 2½ acres, in Foxley; four pieces, 2 acres 5 roods, in Bawdeswell, held of the manor of Bylaugh with the members.
2 acres in Bottom Parcel, held of the manor of Whitwell late Symonds
10 acres 2 rood in Foxley, held of the manor of Billingford Waffins
All surrendered to John Pike by Richard Fleming in 1762. John Pike the younger admitted as Pike's heir in 1788. Surrendered, together with copyhold allotments to Pike under the Bawdeswell and Lyng and Foxley inclosure awards, by John Pike the younger to the trustees under the will of Sir John Lombe bart. in 1828.
Deeds EVL 81, 451 x 7 1713-1846
Messuage in Foxley, 2 acres 3 roods; two pieces of land of 3 acres and 5 acres; 5½ acres late called Hodds Closes; triangular piece of land, 3½ acres. Conveyance by Samuel Sayers to Owen Dixon, 1805.
1 acre 1 rood 20 perches of copyhold land in Bawdeswell abutting on Walsingham Way to the east, a public road, south, and the boundary of Foxley, east; cottage and 2 roods 23 perches in Foxley abutting on Fakenham Road, north and 1 acre 3 roods 20 perches adjoining it to the east, being two allotments of copyhold land to James Hendry under the Foxley inclosure award. Covenant to surrender by James Hendry and John Freeman to Sir John Lombe's trustees, 1832.
2 acres 1 rood 36 perches of copyhold land in Bawdeswell abutting north on a public road and 2 acres 32 perches adjoining the first piece to the west, with a messuage, being two allotments to John Perry under the Bawdeswell and Lyng inclosure award. Bargain and sale by trustees under Perry's will to Sir John Lombe's trustees, 1834.
2 roods with a double cottage in Bawdeswell and a driftway leading to it of 4 perches 27 yards. Conveyance by Edmund Springall and others to Benjamin Branford, 1836.
4 acres 2 roods 21 perches in Foxley abutting east on Hodds Road. Conveyance by John Sims and others to John Mitchell the surviving trustee under the will of Sir John Lombe, with covenant to surrender copyholds, 1846. Includes plan. With copies of court roll of the manor of Foxley with Bawdeswell, 1713-1833.
Two cottages in Bawdeswell next to highway from East Dereham to Bawdeswell, west, and highway from Walsingham to Norwich, south. Conveyance by John Wacey to John Miller EVL 82/1, 451 x 8 1790
12 acres 2 roods 3 perches in Bawdeswell abutting north on a public road from Kerdiston to East Dereham. Conveyance by John Margarson to Sir John Lombe EVL 82/2, 451 x 8 1810
3 roods 35 perches in Bawdeswell bounded by a public road, south with two adjoining pieces of land of 3 roods 35 perches and 3 roods 17 perches. Conveyance by John Margarson to Sir John Lombe EVL 82/3, 451 x 8 1811
2 acres 23 perches of copyhold land in Bawdeswell abutting on a public road, west, with a cottage lately built thereon, held of the manor of Bawdeswell late Beales. Covenant to surrender, by John Lincoln to Sir John Lombe EVL 82/4, 451 x 8 1817
Two cottages in Bawdeswell abutting north on highway from East Dereham to Bawdeswell, and two allotments to William Hubbard under the Bawdeswell and Lyng inclosure award, of 1 rood 2 perches and 2 roods 35 perches. Conveyance by William Hubbard to Sir John Lombe's trustees EVL 82/5, 451 x 8 1819
Copyhold messuage and 1 acre 2 perches in Foxley held of the manor of Foxley with Bawdeswell. Covenant to surrender, by John Jonas to Sir John Lombe's trustees. EVL 82/6, 451 x 8 1821
1 rood of copyhold land with part of a tenement in Bawdeswell next highway from Norwich to Lynn, south and a further 2 roods, held of the manor of Bawdeswell late Beales. Covenant to surrender, by William Mason to Sir John Lombe's trustees EVL 82/7, 451 x 8 1823
Copyhold cottage in Foxley with a shop at the north end and a house at the south end called Swinestye, and two allotments to Robert Porter under the Foxley inclosure award; 6 perches with a cottage and 1 rood 26 perches. Covenant to surrender, by Robert Porter to Sir John Lombe's trustees EVL 82/8, 451 x 8 1824
2 acres 5 perches of copyhold land in Foxley with a decayed cottage, allotted to Ann Dewing by the Foxley inclosure award. Covenant to surrender by Joseph Lunnis to Sir John Lombe's trustees EVL 82/9, 451 x 8 1828
Three allotments of copyhold land made to John Middleton by the Foxley inclosure award, together 2 acres 2 roods 18 perches, with a messuage and two cottages. Bargain and sale by trustees under the will of John Middleton to Sir John Lombe's trustees, including plan EVL 82/10, 451 x 8 1832
Messuage in Foxley; 16 acres 1 rood in four pieces called Hodds Closes and a further 3 acres 2 roods. Conveyance by Owen Dixon to John Simms, 1808, with assignment of mortgage by Simms to Cook Flower EVL 82/11, 451 x 8 1833
Three cottages in Bawdeswell, 2 roods and a driftway to the premises of 4 perches 27 yards. Conveyance by Benjamin Branford and Ann his wife to John Mitchell, surviving trustee under the will of Sir John Lombe EVL 82/12, 451 x 8 1840
Cottage in Bewdeswell, 20 perches, and 2 roods 38 perches adjoining. Conveyance by Edmund Springall and others to John Mitchell, trustee under Sir John Lombe's will, 1842. Includes plan. With feoffments of premises by John Stone to Ann Stone, 1799, and to James Stone, 1805, and probate of James Stone's will. EVL 82/13, 451 x 8 1821
Cottage in Bawdeswell; conveyance by Charles Springall and others to Revd. Henry Lombe the elder and Revd. Henry Lombe the younger EVL 82/14, 451 x 8 1864
Capital messuage in Bawdeswell, cottages, and 253 acres of land in Foxley and Bawdeswell, described in a schedule and shown on plan. Conveyance by the surviving trustees under the will of Alice Leeds Pratt to Revd. Henry Lombe the elder and Revd. Henry Lombe the younger EVL 82/15, 451 x 8 1868
Cottage in Bawdeswell bounded to the east by a road from East Dereham to Bawdeswell. Conveyance by the surviving trustees under the will of Alice Leeds Pratt to Revd. Henry Lombe and Revd. Henry Evans Lombe EVL 82/16, 451 x 8 1870
Double cottage in Bawdeswell, 3 roods 21 perches. Conveyance by Barbara West to Revd. Henry Lombe and Revd. Henry Evans Lombe, including plan, 1871. EVL 82/17, 451 x 8; EVL 82, 451 x 8 1790-1871
Messuage in Bawdeswell and a close of 2 acres abutting west on highway from Bawdeswell to Bylaugh, and 1 acre 1 rood 36 perches adjoining first piece, south, and the road, west EVL 83, 451 x 7 1738-1874
Conveyed by Robert and Ann Manthorpe to Caleb Jacob in 1738 and devised by Joseph Jacob to Henry Stone in 1795. Mortgaged by Stone to John Parke in 1796 and to Edward Palmer Clarke in 1824. Conveyed by James Stone and others to John Mitchell, surviving trustee under the will of Sir John Lombe, in 1845. With admission of John Lombe to 1 acre in Church Field, Great Melton, held of the manor of Wymondham of the Queen, and recovery suffered by him, 1776; abstract of title to an estate at Great Melton, copy affidavit of Edward Palmer Clarke relating to Edward Lombe, deceased, 1847; and draft declaration by Caudell Clarke as to the Lombe family, 1874.
Piece of land in Foxley, 56 feet x 40 feet. Copy conveyance by Edward Henry Evans Lombe to the trustees of Foxley Primitive Methodist Church for use as chapel EVL 84, 451 x 9 1898
Piece of land in Bawdeswell, 186 sq. ft., adjoining the Methodist Chapel. Conveyance by the Trustees of the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel to Edward Henry Evans Lombe EVL 85, 451 x 9 1911
Garveston, Reymerston, and Thuxton [no ref. or date]
Feoffment by William Dyer to Edward Bacheler of all his land in Garveston and Thuxton EVL 86, 451 x 9 1550
½ acre in Garveston. Feoffment by Thomas Ryckes to Edward Bacheler, clerk. EVL 87, 451 x 9 1554
½ acre in Garveston and a further piece of land, 50 feet x 36 feet. Feoffment by Agnes, widow of Thomas Barnewell, to Edward Bacheler, clerk, rector of Garveston EVL 88, 451 x 9 1557
Enclosure in Woodhalfelde in Thuxton abutting on the common pasture of Mattishall Heath. Feoffment by Johanna Crosholde to Edward Bacheler, clerk. EVL 89, 451 x 9 1568
4 acres of meadow in Westmeadow, Garveston. Feoffment by Thomas and Edward Thwaytes to Edward Bacheler, clerk. EVL 90, 451 x 9 1570
Abuttal of copyhold lands of Edward Bachelor in Garveston EVL 91, 451 x 9 nd
Pynfold Acre, 1 acre, in Garveston. Feoffment by Thomas Tirrell to George Bacheler, clerk, and Anne his wife. EVL 92, 451 x 9 1608
Copy of court roll of the manor of Whinbergh. Surrender of his reversion in copyhold lands formerly Edward Bacheler's by Gregorie Bacheler, clerk, to Gregorie Bacheler his son and his wife Elizabeth. EVL 93, 451 x 9 1628
Probate of the will of Gregorie Bacheler EVL 94, 451 x 9 1629
Cottage and 22 acres 1½ roods in Garveston and Thuxton. Feoffment by Gregorie Bacheler to George Townsend and George Rix as feoffees to the use of Gregorie and his wife Ann for life and then to the use of Elizabeth, wife of George Townsend EVL 95 1631
Tenement called Blacks; messuage called Damhouse; four pieces of land, 14 acres 1½ roods; a cottage called Drakesyard, several pieces of land, c. 10 acres; all in Garveston, held of the manor of Whinbergh. Admission of Elizabeth Ashwell, Thomas Ashwell's wife, and daughter of Gregorie Bacheler. EVL 96, 451 x 9 1662
Several pieces of land in Churchfield, Garveston, 2 acres 1 rood. Feoffment by John and Gregorie Durrant to Thomas Ashwell. EVL 97, 451 x 9 1661
Bond by Gregorie Durrant to Thomas Ashwell to observe an arbitration award concerning a disputed right of way in Garveston. EVL 98, 451 x 9 1678
5 roods of copyhold land in Garveston, held of the manor of Whinbergh. Surrender by John and Gregorie Durrant to the use of Thomas Ashwell. With bond for quiet enjoyment. EVL 99, 451 x 9 1684
1 acre of copyhold land in Garveston called Horseacre, held of the manor of Whinbergh. Admission of Thomas Ashwell junior on the surrender of Thomas Ashwell and Elizabeth his wife EVL 100, 451 x 9 1662
Asker Meadow, 1 acre, in Garveston. Conveyed by John Rix to Thomas Blanchflower in 1664 and by Blanchflower to Thomas Ashwell in 1668. With bond for quiet enjoyment, 1668. EVL 101, 451 x 9 1664, 1668
Bond for performance of covenants, Thomas Ashwell junior to Thomas Ashwell senior. EVL 102, 451 x 9 1682
1 acre in Horse Acre furlong; 1 rood land; 3 roods land; a tenement called Blackes, messuage called Damhouse; four pieces of land, 14 acres 1½ roods, cottage called Drakes Yard; several pieces of land, c. 12 acres; all in Garveston, held of the manor of Whinbergh. Surrender and release by Thomas Ashwell junior to Thomas Ashwell senior. EVL 103, 451 x 9 1683
Conditional surrender by Thomas Ashwell senior and Thomas Ashwell junior to Philip Harbord of all their lands held of the manor of Whinbergh. EVL 104, 451 x 9 1685
Particular of deeds delivered by Thomas Ashwell senior to Philip Harbord, with an account of the land mortgaged. EVL 105, 451 x 9 1685
Thomas Ashwell's estate in Garveston, Reymerston and Thuxton, conveyed to Francis Norton in 1687. Agreement for sale; surrender of copyhold lands held of the manor of Whinbergh; bond for performance of covenants; letter of quittance from Ashwell to Norton. 1687 EVL 106, 451 x 9 1687
Capital messuage in Garveston, 2 acres; 64 acres ½ rood in Garveston; 12 acres in Thuxton; 1 rood Reymerston. EVL 107, 452 x 1 1682-1697
Mortgaged by Thomas Ashwell to Philip Harbord in 1685, and conveyed to Francis Norton in 1687. Conveyed to Rachel Norton, in 1697, under the will of Francis Norton. With marriage settlement of Thomas Ashworth junior and Frances Collings, 1682, and copy will of Francis Norton, dated 1689.
Two closes in Garveston called Inhams, 6 acres; 1 acre in West Meadow; ½ acre of pasture in Garveston, a grove of 2 acres at Holgate in Thuxton. Feoffment by John Rix to Gregorie Durrant. EVL 108, 451 x 9 1642
1½ roods in Thuxton called Anthornes. Feoffment by John Gunton to John Rix and his wife Elizabeth. EVL 109, 451 x 9 1643
Three pieces of land, 6 acres, in Garveston called Girlings Close; Sheffield Pale and Grove lying together; Porwick Close, 4 acres, in Garveston. Conveyance by John Durrant to Edmund Rix, with bond for performance of covenants. EVL 110, 451 x 9 1697
Probate of the will of Thomas Rix. EVL 111, 451 x 9 1698
Copy will of Edmund Rix, dated 1703 EVL 112, 451 x 9 1703
Deeds EVL 113, 451 x 9 1723-1729
Messuage called tenement Robins in Garveston; 1½ acres on south side messuage; 1 acre of meadow; Bottom Land, 2½ acres. 3½ acres of arable land with a grove at north end; Hempland; Clarkes Grove 12 acres, in Thuxton; two closes called Inhams 6 acres, in Garveston; 1 acre in West Meadow; ½ acre in Garveston, 2 acres in Thuxton.
Mortgage by Thomas Rix to John Alden, 1723
Inham, 6 acres; 6 acres in Garveston called Girling Close, Sheffield Pale and the Grove; Parwick Close, 4 acres in Garvestone.
Mortgage by Rix to Stephen Buckle, 1728, and further mortgages, 1729.
Abstract of Thomas Rix's title to lands copyhold of the manor of Whinbergh. EVL 114, 451 x 9 nd
Schedule of documents relating to an estate at Garveston and Thuxton, formerly Rix's. EVL 115, 451 x 9 nd
Deeds EVL 116, 452 x 2 1699-1712
Capital messuage and 98 acres in Thuxton, Reymerston, and Garveston; two closes in Thuxton called Oakey Close and Heath Close, 44 acres.
Part of estates of Frances Thornehill in Norfolk and Suffolk on which a fine was levied to her use in 1699. Devised by William Clarke to Isabella Bedell by his will made in 1703, and by Isabella's will, made in 1705, to her daughters Diana and Isabella Bedell. Mortgaged by Diana and Isabella to Thomas Hovell in 1706, and to Richard Hovell in 1707.
Conveyed by John Ellison and others to John Hase in 1712
Three pieces of land called Askarr Meadow, 1 acre 1 rood, in Wheatcroft Field, Garveston. Feoffment by John Rix to Gregory Durrant, and bond for quiet enjoyment EVL 117, 452 x 2 1661
Deeds EVL 118, 452 x 3 1670-1757
Close, 5 acres, in Garveston, abutting on a highway, north; three pieces called Askarr Meadow, 1 acre 1 rood, in Wheatcroft Field; ½ acre in Garveston. Deed to declare uses of a fine, John Rix and his wife Anne to Gregory Durrant, 1670
Messuage near Garveston church, abutting on a highway, south; two closes, 7½ acres; Well Close or East Well, 5 acres, and 3 acres adjoining it; two pieces of land 4 acres and 1 acre, called Duxholme Meadow; ½ acre in Mokings Herne; Girlings Close, 4 acres; Porwick Close, 4 acres; 6½ acres in Church Field; two pieces, 1 acre 1 rood and 3 roods in High Field; messuage abutting in part on Upper Gate Green and in part on a highway from Upper Gate Green to Garveston church; 6½ acres in Little Field; Gravel Pit pightle, 1 acre; Okey pightle 1½ acres; 2 acres in Church Field; Church Meadow, 4 acres; 3 acres land. Conveyance by John and Gregory Durrant to George Amyas. 1693
Probate of the will of Gregory Durrant, 1710.
Messuage and 30 acres in Garveston. Mortgage by Gregory Durrant to Ann Watson, 1732, and further mortgages, 1734, 1737, and 1739
Copyhold tenement called Warners in Garveston and 14 acres in several pieces, held of the manor of Whinbergh. Admission of Gregory Durrant under the will of his father, Gregory, 1717, and surrender by him to John Hase, 1744.
Great Sheringtons, 40 acres, in Thuxton; release by Elizabeth Curson to Francis Lane, 1660.
Messuage and land in East Dereham, Yaxham, Whinburgh, and Westfield. Release by Elizabeth Tompson to Francis Bampton. With bond. 1682.
Copy will of Edward Miles, made in 1685.
Messuage in Moulton; conveyance by William Goate to William Black. 1729
Bond of Henry Spore to Robert Jeckes for payment of £312. 1757
Original will of Ann Wade, devising all her estates to her husband, Rice Robert Wade. EVL 119, 452 x 3 1748
Manor of Waces, in Thuxton. Conveyed by William, Henry, and John Sherynton to John Futter and Thomas Curson in 1540, and recovery suffered to the use of Futter and Curson. Released by Curson to Futter, 1547, and fine levied by Futter in 1557. EVL 120, 452 x 3 1540-1557
Five pieces of land in Thuxton, 4½ acres. Feoffment by Gregorie Pagrave to John Futter EVL 121, 452 x 4 1569
½ acre of land and 2 acres 3 roods of meadow in four pieces in Thuxton and Garveston. Feoffment by John Futter to Gregorie Pagrave EVL 122, 452 x 4 1569
5 acres 1 rood in Thuxton. Feoffment by Thomas Thwayte to John Futter EVL 123, 452 x 4 1569
9 acres 3 roods of land in several pieces in Thuxton. Feoffment by Thomas Thwayte to John Futter senior and John Futter junior EVL 124, 452 x 4 1570
Manor of Waces, and land in Thuxton. Feoffment by John Futter to John Parker and John Clark, as feoffees to uses. With letter of attorney EVL 125, 452 x 4 1570
Probate of the will of John Futter EVL 126, 452 x 4 1570
Manor of Waces and lands in Thuxton, Garveston, Reymerston, Mattishall and Yaxham. Common recovery suffered by John Futter junior to the use of Futter and his wife Mary for life and then to the use of Futter's heirs. EVL 127, 452 x 4 1576
10 acres 1 rood of pasture in Thuxton, in an enclosure called Shavingtons. Feoffment by Robert Futter to John Futter. EVL 128, 452 x 4 1586
Tenement of 3 acres in Thuxton called Otherhouse. Copy of quitclaim by John Futter to Robert Futter EVL 129, 452 x 4 1586
Writs of Sub Pena for the appearance of John Futter in Chancery EVL 130, 452 x 4 1589, 1590
Five pieces of land and meadow, 4 acres, in Garveston and Thuxton. Feoffment by John Futter to Gregory Pagrave EVL 131, 452 x 4 1603
Copy will of Gregory Pagrave, made in 1613 EVL 132, 452 x 4 1613
Copy will of John Futter, made in 1607. EVL 133, 452 x 4 1607
Original will of Margaret Futter. Her estate devised to Robert Lane, her son in law. With copy of will and executor's accounts. EVL 134, 452 x 4 1624
½ rood in Bushye Close, Thuxton. Quitclaim by Robert Futter to Robert Lane EVL 135, 452 x 4 1633
Bond for quiet enjoyment of three pieces of land, 2 acres, in Thuxton, Robert Futter to Robert Lane EVL 136, 452 x 4 1633
Okeyclose and Heathclose, 44 acres, in Thuxton. Mortgage by Elizabeth, widow of Robert Lane, to Richard Pead EVL 137, 452 x 4 1644
Bond of Francis Lane to Thomas Sorell for payment of marriage portion on his marriage to Alice Sorell. EVL 138, 452 x 4 1641
Letter of attorney, Francis Lane to John Ward, for receipt of a legacy under the will of Thomas Sorrell, and receipt for the same. EVL 139, 452 x 4 1679
4 acres of copyhold land in Thuxton, held of the manor of Runhall Popes cum Rectoria. Admission of John Ward and John Alby on the surrender of John Lane. EVL 140, 452 x 4 1687
Messuage in Garveston with 1 acre; a pightle of ½ rood; two other pieces of land, 1 rood and ½ acre; and 5 acres in six pieces. Feoffment by John Gooch junior to John Gooch senior 1654; feoffment by John Gooch to his son Stephen Gooch, 1667, and copy of the same. EVL 141, 452 x 4 1654, 1667
Copyhold messuage and ½ rood in Nethergate Street, Garveston, and c. 24 acres of land, held of the manor of Whinbergh. John Gooch senior admitted on the surrender of John Gooch junior in 1653; Stephen Gooch admitted on the surrender of John Gooch in 1668. Stephen Gooch and his wife Ann admitted on the regrant of the lord in 1672. EVL 142, 452 x 4 1653-1672
Probate of the will of Stephen Gooch EVL 143, 452 x 4 1691
Manor of Waces; capital Messuage and estates in Thuxton EVL 144, 452 x 5; EVL 145, 452 x 6 1576 - 1752
2 acres 1 rood at Holgate Lane Thuxton, and 1 acre in West Meadow Garveston conveyed by Robert Lane and Margaret Futter to John Rix in 1610.
Fine levied on manor by Robert and Elizabeth Lane in 1639.
4 acres of coarse or rushy meadow in Thuxton in a field called Thuxton Moor, exchanged by Robert Lane, Elizabeth, and Francis their son, with Henry Edglye for two other pieces of meadow in Thuxton Moor, of 1½ acres and 2 acres, 1641
Oakey Close and Heath Close, 44 acres, in Thuxton, mortgaged by Elizabeth Lane, daughter and heir of John Futter, to Richard Peade in 1644.
Great Sherringtons, 40 acres, mortgaged by Elizabeth Lane to Richard Peade in 1645, and to John Sheppard, also in 1645. Further mortgaged by Francis Lane to Robert Curson in 1650.
Estate settled on the marriages of Elizabeth Futter and Robert Lane in 1608, and of John Ward and Jane Lane in 1673, and mortgaged by John Ward to Hannah Crowe in 1694. Conveyed by devisees in trust under the will of Francis Lane, proved in 1684, to Clement Gooch in 1700.
Copyhold parts of the estate:-
10 acres ½ rood in twenty one pieces in Thuxton, held of the manor of Whinbergh. Recovery suffered to the use of Francis Lane in 1655. Clement Gooch admitted on the surrender of John Ward, one of the devisees of Francis Lane, in 1700. Anne Buxton, daughter of Clement Gooch, admitted in 1712, and John Buxton admitted in 1752
4 acres in six pieces in Thuxton, held of the manor of Runhall Popes cum Rectoria. John Lane admitted in 1646 as the heir of Robert Lane. Surrendered by the two sisters of John Lane, Susan Le Strange and Elizabeth Mansrer, to John Ward in 1685. Anne Buxton admitted in 1713.
3 roods in Thuxton held of the manor of Mattishall Tuddenham. John Ward admitted under the will of Frances Lane in 1690. Surrendered by Thomas Sayer and Susan his wife to Clement Gooch in 1703. Anne Buxton admitted in 1712.
With discharges by Henry Mansure and Roger Le Strange and his wife Susan of a legacy under the will of Francis Lane, 1684 and 1686.
Capital messuage called Guntons in Reymerston, site of burnt messuage, a barn and croft in Thuxton, 14½ acres ¾ rood, capital messuage and a cottage at Beggate Green, Mattishall, capital messuage in Scarning; Scarning Hall Close, 81 acres; three closes, 19 acres, and a close of 7 acres in Scarning. Part of an estate mortgaged by John Repps to Thomas Parham in 1706. Fine levied by Repps in 1707.
Manors and estates of Robert Buxton in Tibenham, Aslacton, Rushford, Thuxton, and Hempnall, including Channons Hall, Tibenham, The Grange, Aslacton, Shadwell Lodge, Rushford, and Thuxton Hall. Deed to lead the use of a recovery to the use of Robert Buxton, 1749.
Two admissions of Adam Neave under the will of John Adam, to a messuage, 1 acre, and 5 acres of land in Attleborough, held of the manor of Attleborough ex Collegii, and to 5½ acres held of the manor of Attleborough ex Mortymers, both in 1613.
"A Note of all such land both copye and [...] frehould as doe belong to the tenement Robyns sometime Pevells lying in Thuxton and Garveston". n.d.
Harpeacre, 1 acres and further piece, 2 acres, both in Whetecroft, Garveston. Feoffment by John Claxton to Walter Talwyn EVL 146, 452 x 4 1571
Freehold and copyhold land of John Claxton in Garveston, in the tenancy of Bennett Stringer, mortgaged by Sarah Claxton to John Hase. Accounts of Sarah Claxton with Hase, 1756-1759; thatcher's, carpenter's, mason's and other bills for repairs, 1751-1760. With receipt to Thomas Rix for payment of legacies under his father Thomas' will, 1718, 1730. EVL 147, 452 x 4 1718-1760
Abstract of deeds to the estate of Sarah wife of Matthew Claxton, in the custody of John Murrell EVL 148, 452 x 4 nd
Original will of Sarah Claxton. Devises her estate to John Murrell to be sold. EVL 149, 452 x 4 1748
Estates of John Hase (later Sir John Lombe) in Garveston, Reymerston, and Thuxton:- EVL 150, 452 x 7 1706-1811
Capital messuage in Garveston, 2 acres, and 64 acres ½ rood in Garveston; 12 acres in Thuxton, and 1 rood in Reymerston. Conveyed by Rachel Norton to John Hase in 1706
1½ roods in Thuxton; conveyed by Ann and Thomas Rix to John Hase in 1710.
Messuage and 98 acres in Thuxton, Reymerston, and Garveston conveyed by Hon. Aubrie Porter and his wife, Diana, formerly Diana Bedell and John Ellison and his wife Isabella, formerly Isabella Bedell, to John Hase in 1712.
Messuage and three closes, 5½ acres, conveyed by John Brimstone and Judith his wife to John Hase in 1739.
Cottage, 2 acres 1 rood, at Nethergate, Garveston, 1 acre in West Meadow, 1½ acres in two pieces in Garveston, all held of the manor of Whinbergh. Conveyed by David Denham and his wife Elizabeth to John Hase in 1743.
Capital messuage and farm and homestall, 5 acres, in Garveston; 3 acres of arable land; 3 acres called Church Meadow; 2 acres of arable land in Garveston; Okey pightle, 2 acres; nine pieces in Little Field, 7½ acres. Conveyed by Gregory Durrant to John Hase in 1744.
Messuage and 40 acres in Garveston. Conveyed by Robert Wade to John Hase in 1750.
Manor of Waces; Thuxton Hall; 185 acres of land; conveyed by John Buxton to John Hase in 1751
Messuage and 40 acres in Garveston, Reymerston, and Thuxton; conveyed by John Murrell, devisee of Sarah Claxton, to John Hase in 1730.
With letter of attorney, John Lombe to Peter and Robert Stoughton to surrender lands held of the manor of Whinbergh, 1771; copy of Thuxton inclosure act, 1809, and extracts from the award, 1811, relating to an exchange of copyhold lands between Sir John Lombe and Robert Wortley.
Church piece, 3 acres 3 roods 20 perches, in Thuxton. Conveyance by John Oddin Taylor to Revd. Henry Lombe the elder, and Revd. Henry Lombe the younger. EVL 151, 452 x 7 1863
Great Melton [no ref. or date]
EVL 182/1-35 (1483-1641) constitutes one bundle
Manor of Great Melton EVL 182/1-2, 454 x 6 1483, 1488
60 acres of land; 6 acres meadow; 10 acres pasture; 20 acres of wood in Great Melton, Asgersthorp and Hethersett; a piece of meadow in Asgerthorpe and a piece of arable land in Asgerthorp; six pieces of land in Great Melton; 50 acres of land; a piece of pasture with a foldcourse; a pasture called Thorpheith; a pasture called Thorpbek; ½ acre of land.
Grant by Robert Coppe, alderman, to Gregory Lovnell and Humfrey Foyst. 1483
Grant by Robert Warde, Robert Veer and John Furbussher to John Osbern, William Gogeon, John Chapman and John Ade, 1488.
Manor of Great Melton Peverells and advowson of church of All Saints, Great Melton: EVL 182/3-9, 454 x 6 1533-1573
Third part of one moiety with a third part of the manors of Beauchamps Bunwell, Beauchamps in Carleton, and Thuxton conveyed by Thomas Asteley and his wife Mary to Thomas Woodhouse and Robert Rychers in 1548
Third part of one moiety with a third part of the manors of Beauchamps Bunwell, Beauchamps in Carleton, and Thuxton released by John, Edward, Gilbert, and Roger Lyttylton, the sons of John Lyttylton, and Elizabeth his wife, daughter of Agnes Talbot to Thomas Woodhouse and Robert Rychers in 1548. With attornment by Gilbert Talbot to Thomas Whytyngdon, John Talbotte, Richard Lyttleton and others, of reversion of Elizabeth Lyttleton expectant on his decease, 1533.
Third part of one moiety with a third part of the manors of Beauchamps Bunwell, Beauchamps in Carleton, and Thuxton conveyed by John Clere to Thomas Woodhouse and Robert Rychers in 1548
Deed of partition between Sir Thomas Woodhouse and Robert Rychers; manors of Thuxton, Beauchamps Bunwell, and Beauchamps in Carleton allotted to Woodhouse, and moiety of the manor of Peverells and the advowson of Great Melton allotted to Rychers. 1552.
The other moiety conveyed by Thomas Appylyard to Thomas Downs, and fine levied, in 1534, and by Edward Downes to Robert Downes in 1573.
Settlement before the marriage of Edward Downes, son of Robert Downes, to Dame Katherine Knyvett, 1596. Further settlement, 1604. EVL 182/10-11, 454 x 6 1596, 1604
Five pieces of land, 4 acres in Raddon Field; 1 acre at Stonylanes end; 1 acre at Halle Hill; 1 acre at Boweshill; copyhold of the manor of Peverells. William Perry admitted in 1582, surrendered by Perry to Richard Dixse in 1597. EVL 182/12, 454 x 6 1582, 1597
Messuage and adjoining land EVL 182/13, 454 x 6 1602
3 acres in Great Melton and Aggesthorpe abutting west on Whipple Green; Duckes Acre, 1 acre; two pieces of land, 3 acres; enclosure of 16 acres abutting south on Whipple Green; Carre Meadows, 5 acres, abutting on a highway, west and south; 1 acre abutting north on a river; 3 acres abutting on river west, common river, north, and highway, south; eight pieces in Sheris Field. Mortgage by Robert and Edward Downes to Francys Muriell, 1602.
Hales Meadow, 5 acres; messuage and 70 acres in Great Melton and Asgerthorp. Conveyance by Edward Downes and Dame Katherine his wife to Hugh Dixon EVL 182/14, 454 x 6 1608
Tenement and adjoining close, 4½ acres. Conveyance by Henry Yaxley to Christopher Jones, with release by Edward Downes. EVL 182/15, 454 x 6 1610
Deeds EVL 182/16-17, 454 x 6 1610
Capital messuage to the east of Great Melton church; Garden Close and Goose Close, 14 acres; 2 acres of meadow in Asgerthorpe; 12 acres 1 rood land in eight pieces in Churchfield; 154 acres in eleven pieces; a close called Potters Wonge, 31 acres; close, 17 acres; messuage and croft, 2 acres, called Cattes Yard; ½ acre meadow; ½ acre meadow at Spensers Gate; 2 acres 3 roods arable in four pieces in Melton field; 3 roods arable land at Stonye lane end. Conveyance by Edward Downes and Henry Yaxley to Thomas Lovell and John Tompson, to the use of Anne Downes, Robert's wife, for life, then to Edward for life, and after his death to his son Robert.
Capital messuage called the site of the manor of Peverells; a grove called The Woodground, 12 acres; Plaine Close, 12 acres, Inhams Close, 12 acres; tenement called Cuddons, Coddons, or Cuttinges, and two closes to the east of it, 9 acres; Dovehouse Close, 2 acres; 65 acres of land and meadow in nine pieces in the town and field of Great Melton. Conveyance by Edward Downs and Henry Lovell to Edmund Anguish. EVL 182/18-21, 454 x 6 1610
Manor of Hacons. Conveyance by Edward Downes to Edmund Anguish EVL 182/22, 454 x 6 1612
Tenement and 1 acre, part of Earles Croft, abutting on highway from Melton Church to Whipple Green, north; 1 rood meadow called Swans Arbour in Marlingford. Lease for three lives by Edmund to Thomas Anguish, his wife Mary, and John Bullinger. With counterpart lease. EVL 182/23-24, 454 x 6 1623
Davy Brigg Meadow, 14 acres, in Asgerthorpe, part of the estate of Robert Downes granted to John Cole by letter patent in 1602 by reason of Downes' recusancy. EVL 182/25-29, 454 x 6 1602-1625
Conveyed by Cole to Thomas Bootie in 1606, with covenant to convey by Edward Downes, Dame Katherine his wife, and Robert Downes. Mortgaged by Bootie to Nicholas Aldyn in 1606, and conveyed by Nicholas Aldyn to William Aldyn in 1625.
Estate of Henry Clark in Great Melton and Asgerthorpe EVL 182/30-33, 454 x 6 1602-1626
105 acres, part of Thorpe Warren, and eight pieces of meadow, 17 acres. Part of the estate of Robert Downes granted to John Cole by letter patent in 1602. Conveyance by Cole to Henry Clarke for so long as they remain in the Queen's hands. 1606.
Bawburgh Close, 18 acres, in Asgorthorpe; six pieces of meadow, 12 acres, adjoining, part of the land conveyed by Cole in 1606, released by Edward Downes to Clarke in 1610.
Two pieces of meadow, 1 acre, in Asgarthorp conveyed by Augustine Palgrave to Henry Clark in 1614.
Clarke's lands in Asgerthorpe mortgaged by Thomas Sedgwicke to Edmund Anguish, 1626.
Deed of covenants for the production of title deeds by Edmund Anguish to Henry Yaxley. EVL 182/34, 454 x 6 1627
Quitclaim of actions and personal accounts, to Richard Anguish and his wife Katherine to Edmund Anguish. EVL 182/35, 454 x 6 1641
Manors of Great Melton Peverells and Hacons and estate of Edmund Anguish in Great Melton: EVL 183, 454 x 7 1609-1631
Messuage known as the site of the manor of Peverells; close, 3 acres, abutting south on a highway; Playne Close, 12 acres, abutting north on a way from Great Melton Church to Barford and on a highway east; close, 16 acres, called Inhams, abutting south on a highway to Barford and a messuage called Cuddons, Coddons, or Cuttinges; pightle, 3 acres; The Therne, 92 acres, abutting west on a way from Melton to Bawburgh, Longe Meadow, 16 acres; 18 acres in field in Great Melton; foldcourse for 500 sheep.
Conveyed by Edward Downes to Edmund Anguish, and recovery suffered, 1610.
10 acres of wood, tenement called Bagthorpe; 105 acres in Wrogate, Crabbushe, Bowfield, and Raddonfield. Conveyed by Henry Yaxlie to Edmund Anguish in 1610.
3 roods in a close called Inhams. Conveyed by Augustine Palgrave to Edmund Anguish in 1614.
5 acres in Wrogate Field; conveyed by Thomas Anguishe to Edmund Anguish in 1617
Tenement with buildings garden and orchard and adjoining close, 4½ acres. Mortgaged by Christopher Jones to Henry Yaxley in 1619 and conveyed by Jones to Edmund Anguish in 1622.
Capital messuage called Podges and little tenement adjoining called Duckes next to a common way from Whipple Green to the church, north; thirteen pieces of land, 90 acres; two pieces of land, 1½ acres; 1 acre with a tenement in Earles Croft; foldage of 100 sheep. Conveyed by Thomas Anguishe to Edmund Anguish in 1621.
Two pieces of meadow, 1 acre, in Algarsthorpe and Great Melton; Bawburgh close, 18 acres; six pieces of meadow, 12 acres; conveyed by Thomas Sedgwick, Elizabeth his wife, and Agnes Clarke to Edmund Anguish in 1626.
Capital messuage near Great Melton Church, Davy Brigg Meadow, 14 acres, in Algarsthorpe. Conveyed by Robert Downes and Henry Yaxley to Edmund Anguish in 1627.
Manor of Hacons, with land in Great Melton and Algarsthorpe, Washingford, Wymondham, Wramplingham, and Hetnersett. Conveyed by Robert Downes to Edmund Anguish in 1630.
Three pieces of land, 5 acres 1 rood, conveyed by Augustine Palgrave to Edmund Anguish in 1631.
Enclosure and Arbitration award EVL 184, 454 x 7 1615-1665
Enclosure of 500 acres called Melton Great Heath belonging to the manor of Peverells. Agreement between Edmund Anguish, lord of the manor and Robert Downes and others for the enclosure of 70 acres to the use of Anguish, and for the discharge of a foldcourse for 560 sheep on the Great Heath and other common land. 1623. With decree of chancery, 1624.
Arbitration award between Edmund Anguish and John Cleyborne in the matter of Anguish's suit against Cleyborne for trespass with cattle on Melton common, 1615; papers relating to the resistance by Nicholas Judd and other inhabitants of Wymondham and adjoining towns to the Great Melton enclosure, including petition of Nicholas Judd and copy letter of Sir John Hobart to Privy Council. 1624-1630. 59 acres 1 rood of land with a foldcourse at Great Melton. Conveyance by Augustine Palgrave and Thomas Newman to John Anguish. 1665.
Deeds EVL 185, 454 x 7 1668-1704
Manor of Great Melton Hacons; advowsons of the rectories of All Saints and St. Mary's; Great Melton Hall and 128 acres in Great Melton; messuage called Thetford, 7 acres, with 136 acres in Great Melton; messuage called Cuddens and 15 acres adjoining next to the Norwich Road south; 5 acres in Algarsthorpe; 9 acres in Bartholomew Pit Close; 6 acres in High Field; 2 acres in Hall Hill furlong, three tenements.
109 acres in Potter's Wonge, Drie Close, and Upper and Lower Frith mortgaged by Edmund Anguish to Robert Morse, John Fenme, and Thomas Godbold in 1638.
Great Melton Hall and 128 acres mortgaged by John Anguish to Esther Bayfield in 1665, and to Mary Cary, 1687
Devised by John Anguish to Edmund Wodehouse, his son in law in 1690. Conveyed by Wodehouse and his son John to Edmund Keene in 1700.
Deeds relating to mortgages on the Anguish estates, conveyed to Edward Lombe in 1713. EVL 186, 454 x 8 1656-1703
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Manors of Great Melton Peverells and Hacons. Conveyed by Edward Keene to Edward Lombe in 1713 and mortgaged by Lombe to Keene in 1714. With accounts of quitrents 1718, 1720, and agreement for enclosure of Great Common, nd [17th century] EVL 187, 454 x 9 1713-1720
Messuage called Dixies tenement with adjoining 6 acres of ground and a cottage on west side. EVL 188, 455 x 1 1610-1725
Conveyed by Edward Downes to Richard Dixie in 1610. Conveyed by Thomas Williams and Frances his wife to William Yonger, John Anguish, Henry Yonger and Edward Yonger in 1640; released to William Yonger by Anguish and Henry and Edward Yonger in 1654. Conveyed by Michael Aldred to Thomas Warde in 1668 and by Mary Warde to John Amyas, together with a tenement in St. Lawrence, Norwich, in 1681. Mortgaged by John Amyas to Thomas Rose in 1716; conveyed by Matthew Amyas to Edward Lombe in 1725.
With probate of the will of John Amyas, 1723.
Tenement in Great Melton, with orchard and garden and 1 rood adjoining abutting on Churchway, north, and Kynges Lane, east. EVL 189, 455 x 1 1391-1755
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Feoffment by Elena, daughter of John Styt[ ] to William Dy[ ]de, 1391.
Feoffment by John Chapman to Thomas Appulton, 1517
Feoffments by Thomas Appulton to Robert, a priest, and by Robert to Thomas Appulton junior, 1517
Conveyed by John Tompson to James Browne in 1559 and by Thomas Browne to Clement Jermy and John Browne as feoffees to the use of Thomas and Dorothy Browne for life and then to the use of Mary, Elizabeth, Ann and Dorothy Browne, his daughters, 1625
Property divided between Richard Hynde and his wife Elizabeth and Mary Browne in 1632: Mary allotted a piece 43 yards x 23 yards with a newly built house and a little house, 3 yards x 5 yards, and Elizabeth allotted a piece 43 yards x 24 yards with a house, and 3 yards x 5 yards to the south of the house. With quitclaims by Dorothy Browne, by Richard Hynde to Mary Browne, and by Mary to Hynde, and fine.
One moiety conveyed by Elizabeth Hynde to Richard Kett and Stephen Buttolphe as feoffees to uses in 1648
Tenement called Mingayes and Collinges and 4 acres, copyhold of the manor of Great Melton Peverells
John Browne admitted to one moiety in 1610, and Francis Browne to the other moiety in 1611, under the will of James Browne.
With copies of court roll relating to the rest of the property, 1648-1693, and declarations by Edward Robins concerning the sale of his land in Great Melton to Edward Lombe in 1755.
Part of cottage called Mingays and Collins. Conveyance by Edward Robins to Edward Lombe. EVL 190, 455 x 1 1725
Messuage and 1½ roods adjoining. EVL 191, 455 x 2 1550-1726
Unfit for production
Conveyed by Robert Blokke and Robert Bretton to James Browne and his wife Joanna in 1550. Partition made between Richard Hynde and Elizabeth his wife and Mary Browne in 1632
One moiety mortgaged by Francis Wale and Mary his wife to John Riches in 1637 and conveyed to him in 1647. Conveyed by Riches' executors to Martha Riches in 1674, and by John Keene and Elizabeth his wife to William Taylor in 1707. Conveyed by Matthew Bygrave and Abigail to Edward Lombe in 1726.
Two closes, each 7 acres; conveyed by John Cutting to Samuel Vincent in 1718, and mortgaged by Vincent to Robert Risebrow in 1728. EVL 192, 454 x 9 1718, 1728
8 acres abutting on the glebe land of Melton. Conveyance by Samuel Vincent to Edward Lombe, with agreement. EVL 193, 454 x 9 1729
Deeds EVL 194, 455 x 9 1672-1730
3 acres in Thurnefield; six pieces in Churchfield, 7 acres; pightle, 1½ acres; 25½ acres in Great and Little Melton.
25½ acres conveyed by Thomas Newman to Richard Robin in 1672
Remainder of property conveyed by William Newman to John Utting in 1702; devised by Utting to his wife Sarah and his daughter Judith in 1714; mortgaged by Sarah Utting and Edward and Judith King to John Smyth in 1725. Conveyed by Sarah Utting and Edward King to Edward Lombe in 1730.
Estate of Thomas Smith in Asgarsthorpe and Great Melton EVL 195, 455 x 3 1628-1750
Two pieces of land, 16 acres, at Asgarsthorpe abutting east on highway from Great Melton and Bawburgh, conveyed by Thomas Smith to Elizabeth Smith in 1687.
Two enclosures, 14 acres, in Asgarsthorpe mortgaged by Thomas Smith to Robert Wiggett in 1694.
42 acres in Asgarsthorpe or Thorpe St. Michael, abutting east on highway from Bawburgh to Wymondham. Conveyed by Henry Apkins to Michael Smith in 1613, and by Thomas Smith to Edward Smith and his wife Thomasine, Michael Smiths daughter in 1698. Mortgaged by Thomasine to James Sayers in 1700.
Part of house and enclosure up to the hedge and garden to the north, with half of the barn; two pieces of copyhold land abutting east on Ward Lane, held of the manor of Great Melton Hacons; 3 roods of copyhold land abutting west on Ward Lane, held of the manor of Colney Easthall. Conveyed by Elizabeth Payne, devisee of Thomas Funnell, to Thomas Smith in 1750. Mary Smith, later Mary Cooke, admitted to copyholds under Thomas' will in 1711
Estate conveyed by John Cooke's executors to Edmund Lombe in 1730.
With deeds relating to the executors of the will of Michael Smyth, made in 1649, and conveyance by John Lawes to Robert Baxter of a messuage called Wrogates abutting west on a highway from Wymondham to Easton and three pieces of land, 5 acres 1 rood, 1628.
Messuage and orchard; two enclosures of 4½ acres 1 rood in Northfield; ten enclosures in Agarsthorpe, 55 acres. EVL 196, 455 x 3 1736, 1777
Conveyed by Thomas Mann to Edward Lombe in 1736.
With copies of court roll, and papers relating to copyhold part of the estate, enfranchised in 1777.
Land of John Browne in Raddon Field EVL 197, 455 x 3 1624-1691
1 acre 1 rood conveyed to Browne by Dorothy Evans in 1624; ½ acre conveyed to Browne by Thomas Fox in 1648; 5 roods conveyed by Martha Lightwine in 1655
Messuage and 1 acre conveyed by Isaac Daynes to James Poynter in 1687
Messuage and 5 acres conveyed by Isaac Daynes and Martha his wife to Felix Bloome in 1688 and mortgaged by Bloome to Henry Taylor, in 1691.
Messuage, 1 rood and James Browne's Close, 5 acres, copyhold land held of the manor of Hethersett, Great Melton Peverells and Great Melton Hacons. EVL 198, 455 x 3 1579-1731
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Conveyed by Isaac Daynes and his wife Martha, daughter of James Browne, to Felix Bloome in 1688, and conveyed by Edward Bloome to Edward Lombe in 1731. With marriage settlement of Christopher Bloome and Mary Wilcox, 1696.
Messuage, ½ acre, abutting on Whipple Green; The Green, or Thorney Close, 3 acres 2 roods; 4 acres adjoining Thorney Close. Conveyance by Thomas and Judith Smith to Edward Lombe, 1733. With agreement and receipt, and copy admission for the manor of Great Melton Peverells, 1724. EVL 199, 455 x 4 1724, 1733
Four pieces of land, 6½ acres. Conveyed by Robert and Ann Clarke to Robert Norgate in 1698, mortgaged by Norgate to Robert Bransby in 1716, with further mortgage to Elizabeth Robson in 1737. Messuage and 40 acres conveyed by Thomas Norgate and his wife Elizabeth to Henry Hall in 1738. EVL 200, 455 x 5 1716-1738
Round Close, 3 acres, abutting on a highway, south; Gravel Pit Pightle, 1 acre. Conveyed by John Parke to Stephen Coulson in 1709; mortgaged by Coulson to Isaac Gap in 1738, and to John Farrow in 1744. Conveyed by Philip Coulson to Revd. John Lombe in 1744. EVL 201, 455 x 5 1709-1744
Messuage, orchard, yard, garden, and pightle, ½ acre. EVL 202, 455 x 6 1720-1750
Conveyed by Anne and Richard Safery to Anthony Ransome in 1720, and by Ransome to Thomas Lucas in 1721. Mortgaged by Lucas to Anne Chamberlayne in 1733 and to Daniel Morley in 1727. Conveyed by Lucas to Bridgett Morley in 1730 and by her to William Selth in 1733; conveyed by Selth's executors to Robert and Anne Hudson in 1741.
Two pieces of land of 12 acres and ½ acre. Mortgaged by John Smith and his wife Sarah to John Bone in 1741 and conveyed by them to John Hase in 1750.
7 acres 1 rood of copyhold land with a messuage called Reynolds held of the manor of Great Melton Peverells. James Parker admitted the surrender of Mary Watts in 1756; surrendered by Parker to John Hase in 1759. With original will of John Watts, 1717. EVL 203, 455 x 7 1717-1759
Messuage and adjoining pightle of ½ acre; conveyed by Thomas Fox to Philip Safery and his wife Anne, Fox's sister, in 1708. All the messuages and lands of Graves Tookeley, deceased, conveyed by Mary Tookeley to James Balls in 1729 and by William Tookley to John Kerrison in 1735 EVL 204, 455 x 7 1708-1735
10 acres 1 rood 11 perches in Churchfield and The Hurn exchanged by Edward Lombe with John Kerrison for 13 acres 1 rood 31 perches in Culyars Close, 1740 EVL 205, 455 x 7 1729-1740
With mortgages of Reeves Farm in Great and Little Melton by William Tokeley and his wife Mary to Thomas Miller, 1729 and 1733, and conveyance of right of dower by William and Mary Tokely to John Kerrison, 1735.
Capital messuage and 120 acres in Great and Little Melton EVL 206, 455 x 7 1610-1783
Conveyed by Edward Downes and others to John Anguish in several parts from 1610 to 1613.
Settled on the marriage of Edward Anguish and Anne Dee in 1639.
Devised by Graves Tokley to his son William in 1727, and conveyed by William to John Kerrison in 1735. Devised by Kerrison to Lydia Rackham in 1742, and conveyed by John and Lydia Rackham to John Hase in 1761.
With admission of John Lombe to copyhold parts of the estate, 1762; discharges of legacies under the will of Graves Tokley, 1783; accounts of the executors of John Kerrison; copy agreement between Edmund Anguish and the tenants and inhabitants of Great Melton for enclosure of common land, 1623.
Watts close, 8 acres, and 2 acres in Hall Hill field. EVL 207, 455 x 8 1690-1759
Watts, 8 acres, conveyed by Gyles Austen to Gabriel Funnell in 1594, and recovery suffered. Conveyed together with 4 acres of land in three pieces in the fields of Great Melton, by Thomas Funnell to Robert Jackler in 1832.
Fine levied on both pieces by Timothy Jackler in 1690. Conveyed by Jackler's executors to Robert Spencer and his wife Mary in 1724, and by Robert to John Spender in 1749. Mortgaged by Sarah Spencer to John Rodwell in 1759.
Conveyed by Sarah Spenser and John her son to John Hase in 1761.
With leases of messuage by Robert Spencer and his wife Mary to RichardBrook for three years, 1724 and for seven years, 1727, and abstract of title.
Messuage and 26 acres EVL 208, 455 x 9 1651-1762
15 acres of copyhold land in eight pieces held of the manor of Hethersett Woodhall. Admission of John Baly on surrender of Robert Lemon, 1651.
Messuage and 15 acres conveyed by Baly to Bartholomew Stone in 1661.
Reede Yard, 2 acres and 1 rood of pasture, conveyed by Clement Jermy to Stone in 1666
Six pieces of copyhold land, 2 acres 3½ roods, hold of the manor of Great Melton Hacons, surrendered by Roger Seweli to Bartholomow Stone in 1669.
Conveyed by Bartholomey Dey to John Hase in 1761, with surrenders of copyholds, 1762
Farmhouse and 39 acres in Great Melton EVL 209, 455 x 9 1600-1765
Messuage and 35 acres mortgaged by George Bensley and others to Augustine Briggs in 1660
Close of 9 acres and piece of 1 acre quitclaimed by Bartholomew Stone to Elizabeth Bensley in 1665 and conveyed by Augustine Briggs and Elizabeth Bensley to Henry Crow in 1665
½ acre conveyed by Henry Crow to Thomas Fox in 1665
Barfolds Close, 5 acres, mortgaged by Crow to Thomas Ward and Robert Tills in 1665
6 acres 1 rood in seven pieces. Part of lands devised by Frances Yonger to Michael Aldred and his wife, William Yonger's daughter by her will proved in 1665. Conveyed by Michael and Mary Aldred to Henry Crow in 1667.
1 rood at Aldergate and 1 rood in Wrogate Field conveyed by Thomas Newman to Crow in 1677
Devised by Crowe's will, proved in 1686, to his son Henry Crowe. Settled on the marriage of Dr. Thomas Crowe and Ann Kenrick, in 1711 and devised by Dr. Crowe's will, proved in 1765, to Samuel Wade. Conveyed by the executors of Wade's will, dated 1762, to John Lombe in 1765.
Messuage with enclosed grounds called Grangers, 50 acres, and adjoining close called Grangers Wood, 24 acres. EVL 210, 456 x 1 1648-1765
Part of estates mortgaged by Sir John Palgrave to Samuel Smith, Robert Willmot, and William Bond in 1648. Conveyed by Palgrave to Thomas Newman in 1673 and by Newman to Thomas Lombe and his wife Anne in 1673. Fine levied in 1731 by Margetson Barcham and his wife Mary, heiress of John Lombe.
Conveyed by Mary Barcham to Philip Meadows in 1744 and devised by him to his wife in 1746.
Conveyed by Philip Meadows junior to John Lombe in 1765.
Wheelwright's shop and 9 roods of land. Conveyed by Felix Hill to Francis Hill in 1754; conveyed by Robert Hill to William Fox in 1767, and by Fox to John Lombe, 1767. EVL 211, 455 x 9 1754-1767
Messuage and ½ acre; conveyed by Robert Large to William Fox in 1768, and by Fox to John Lombe in 1769. EVL 212, 455 x 9 1768, 1769
Messuage abutting on High Green, conveyed to John Lombe in 1770. Conveyed by Dorothy Evans to Martha Kemp in 1624 and by the latter, now Martha Lightwin, to Ann Kemp in 1659. EVL 213, 455 x 9 1624-1726
Conveyed by Ann Kemp to Robert Barker and his wife Elizabeth in 1674, and by Elizabeth Barker to Robert Smith in 1689. Conveyed by Smith to James Bemee in 1693, by Demee to William Nobbs in 1695, and by Nobbs to Thomas Payne in 1712. Devised by Payne to his wife by his will proved in 1726.
Messuage with shop, garden and orchard, 2 roods, and another messuage. Conveyance by Thomas Diver and his wife Elizabeth to John Lombe. With purchase agreement. EVL 214, 455 x 9 1770
Estate of Robert Hobart in Great Melton EVL 215, 456 x 2 1702-1736
1 acre in Bottom Field Close, conveyed by Sarah Utting to Keene Gooch and Christopher Athowe in 1725; part of lands conveyed by William Newman to John Utting in 1702, and devised by the latter to his wife Sarah by his will, proved in 1725.
12½ acres of copyhold land, held of the manor of Great Melton Hacons, surrendered by Christopher Athowe and Samuel Crane, two of the trustees of the marriage settlement of Thomas Hobart and Elizabeth Gooch made in 1711, to Thomas Hobart in 1736.
All his lands in Great Melton devised by Robert Hobart to Katherine Browne by his will made in 1736.
Conveyance by Catherine Davy, formerly Catherine Browne, to John Lombe of her estate of c. 120 acres, in Great Melton. With abstract of title and deed of covenant for production of title deeds. EVL 216, 456 x 2 1770
Messuage and 43 acres. Conveyance by Henry Daveney to John Lombe. With copies of court roll and other papers relating to copyhold parts of the property, held of the manors of Hethersett Woodhall and Great Melton Hacons, and release of right to dower by Susanna Daveney to John Lombe, 1772 EVL 217, 456 x 3 1759-1772
Messuage and croft called Whynnes; 3½ acres of copyhold land in Hadingfield, held of the manor of Great Melton Peverells; 7 acres 3 roods in the field of Melton; 1 acre 2 roods held of the manor of Great Melton Hacons; 1½ acres abutting on Key Meadow and 1 acre in Hethersett, held of the manor of Hethersett Cromwell. EVL 218, 456 x 3 1631-1772
Conveyed by the executrix of the will of John Bunn to Richard Baker in 1693 and by Baker to William Brooke in 1704. Settled on the marriage of Francis Brooke and Mary Copeland in 1740. Conveyed by William and Francis Brooke to John Lombe in 1772.
With copies of court roll and other papers relating to copyhold parts of the estate.
Messuage in Great Melton. Devised by Thomas Fox to Samuel Smith by his will, made in 1727, and mortgaged by the latter to John Alcock in 1741. Conveyed by Smith to Francis Short in 1750, and settled on the marriage of Elizabeth Short and William Dewing in 1759. Conveyed by Dewing to John Lombe in 1772. EVL 219, 456 x 4 1727-1772
Churchfield Pightle, 2 acres and two other pieces of land in Churchfield, 1 acre 1 rood. Conveyance by Thomas Mose to John Lombe, in 1772. With copy marriage settlement of Thomas Mose and Hester Vincent made in 1707 EVL 220, 456 x 4 1707, 1772
Copyhold messuage, cottage, outbuildings and 17 acres, held of the manor of Great Melton Peverells. John Lombe admitted on the surrender of Mary Tunney in 1773. With purchase agreement and bond for peaceful enjoyment; copy will of John Tunney, made in 1758, and papers relating to mortgages of the property. EVL 221, 456 x 4 1756-1772
½ acre in Wrogate Field held of the manor of Great Melton Peverells. Copy admission of John Lombe on the surrender of Henry Cornelius, 1773, with purchase agreement. EVL 222, 456 x 4 1773
Messuage and 14 acres EVL 223, 456 x 5 1704-1774
Conveyed by John Daynes to John Brand in 1704; mortgaged by Thomas Brand to William Rolfe in 1731. Conveyed by Brand to Nicholas Lane in 1735, and by John Tuck and William Lane to John Lombe in 1774. With copies of court roll of the manors of Great Melton Peverells and Hacons, Hethersett Woodhall, and Hethersett Cromwell.
Messuage with 23 acres EVL 224, 456 x 6 1631-1776
Conveyed by Henry Goodred to Edmund Bishop in 1631. Settled on the marriage of Edmund and Sarah Bishop in 1664. Thomas Moss admitted to copyhold part of the property, held of the manor of Hethersett Woodhall, in 1680 under the will of Edmund Bishop. Settled on the marriage of Thomas Moss and Hester Vincent in 1707. Devised by Thomas Moss, Moss' grandson, to his wife Sarah in 1775; conveyed by Sarah Moss to John Lombe in 1776. With papers relating to Lombe's purchase of the estate of John and Mary Horn in Great Melton in 1771.
Capital messuage and c. 120 acres of land in Great Melton and Wramplingham EVL 225, 456 x 6 1631-1777
Devised by Thomas Parke to his son Thomas in 1631; conveyed by the latter to his nephew Thomas Parke in 1671. Mortgaged by Thomas Parke and his wife Hannah to Thomas Bacon in 1680. Conveyed by Hannah Parke to Joel Fremoult in 1684, settled on the marriage of Joel Fremoult the younger and Elizabeth Bedingfield in 1696; mortgaged by Fremoult to Sarah Littell in 1731. Conveyed by Robert Fremoult, Joel's son, to Richard Tapps in 1740. Settled on the marriage of Richard Tapps and Mary Jenney in 1741 and of John Chamber and Elizabeth Tapps, Richard's daughter, 1769.
Conveyed by Revd. Richard Tapps and John Chamber to John Lombe in 1777.
With purchase agreement, 1776; receipts for manorial fines and fees, 1777; particulars of Chambers' estate, 1750
Deed of enfranchisement of John Lombe's copyhold land held of the manors of Hethersett Woodhall and Hethersett Cromwells, 1779. With copies of court roll relating to land previously held by Francis Brooke, Elizabeth Kerrison, Henry Daveney, Sarah Moss, Mary Hase, Richard Tapps, and William Lane, and surrendered to John Lombe 1766-1777. EVL 226, 456 x 5 1740-1779
Messuage and ½ acre; part of an estate settled on the marriage of Stephen Hudson and Susanna Gunby in 1755. One moiety conveyed by Robert Hudson to John Lombe in 1768; other moiety conveyed by Robert Reeve and his wife Susanna, widow of Robert Hudson, to John Lombe in 1779. EVL 227, 456 x 7 1755-1779
Larges Pightle, 2 roods 35 perches with a copyhold cottage and garden, ½ acre at Whipple Green, held of the manor of Great Melton Peverells. Conveyance by Elizabeth Large to Sir John Lombe, 1784. With copy will of Martin Goodwin, proved in 1708, and admission of Elizabeth Miles under Goodwin's will, 1729. EVL 228, 456 x 7 1708-1784
Messuage and 1 rood 14 perches abutting south on Melton Heath EVL 229, 456 x 7 1638-1785
Conveyed by Hilary Ashell to Elizabeth Rannowe in 1638 and devised by her will, dated 1656, to Robert Fox. Conveyed by Fox to Robert Taynton in 1657; mortgaged by the latter to Richard Oakes in 1659. Conveyed by Robert Taynton to Jeremiah Taynton in 1675, and by the latter to Isaac Parke in 1681. Devised by Thomas Parke to his wife Ann by his will, proved in 1694. Conveyed by John Youngs and his wife Ann, formerly Ann Parkes, to John Woodcock in 1696. Mortgaged by John Woodcock his son to John Hilling in 1781, and conveyed by him to Sir John Lombe in 1785.
8 acres abutting south on Melton Common. Conveyed by Revd. Thomas Woodyer to John Gay, 1788 and by Gay to Sir John Lombe in 1788. With memorandum concerning tenancy of premises. EVL 230, 456 x 7 1788
Messuage and adjoining 6 acres. EVL 231, 456 x 8 1750-1793
Conveyed by John Banyer to Robert Richardson in 1750, and recovery suffered in 1761. Devised by Banyer's will made in 1769 to his wife Elizabeth. Mortgaged by Robert Richardson to Sir John Lombe in 1781 and conveyed by Richardson to Lombe in 1793. Conveyed by Lombe to his trustee, Revd. James Stoughton, in 1793.
Messuage with outhouses, yards, gardens and orchard, 1 rood. Devised by William Farrow to his daughter Margaret Rhodes in 1771; fine levied by Stephen Stafford and his wife Mary, formerly Mary Rhodes, in 1791. Conveyed by Stafford and Mary to Sir John Lombe in 1794. EVL 232, 456 x 9 1771-1794
Deeds EVL 233, 457 x 1 1660-1803
Messuage and 4½ acres abutting on High Green Lane, with five closes, 13 acres; Goose Pightle, 4 acres, Amyes Pightle, 2½ acres, 1 acre 2 roods in Little Meadow Field, six pieces in Long Meadow Field, 7 acres 2 roods; 6 acres 2 roods in Moor Field; 2 roods in Millfield; Copyhold messuage and 19 acres 2 roods held of the manor of Hethersett Woodhall; 8 acres held of the manor of Great Melton Peverells; 6 acres 2 roods held of the manor of Great Melton Hacons.
Michael Colman admitted to copyhold parts of the estate in 1660 under the will of Stephen Colman. Surrendered by Robert Clarke to Robert Norgate in 1698, and by Thomas Norgate to Frances Billings in 1745.
Conveyed by Matthew Jones and George and Robert Billings to Mary Love in 1754. Settled on the marriage of Elizabeth Love and Stephen Buckle in 1766. Recovery suffered in 1801; conveyed by John Buckle and others to Sir John Lombe in 1803.
Messuage and 12 acres in Great Melton Street and other pieces of land, c. 16 acres. EVL 234, 456 x 9 1699-1784
Conveyed by Thomas Wodehouse to Elizabeth Parker in 1699 and by the executor of Elizabeth's will, made in 1700, to John Wythe in 1700. Conveyed by Wythe to John Risebrow in 1716; by Risebrow to James Balls in 1720; by Balls to John Greene in 1723, and by Molly and Sally Greene to Anne Farmer in 1737. Devised by Anne Farmer to Elizabeth Brimstone the elder in 1784. Conveyed by John Brimstone and others to Sir John Lombe in 1804. With lease for 12 years by Anne Farmer to Robert Downs, 1784, and grant of annuity to Elizabeth Brimstone the younger, 1784.
13 acres 7 perches. Conveyance by John Sheen Shreeve and his wife Lucy to Sir John Lombe, 1804. With extract from Edmund Sheen's will, made in 1748; copy of John Sheen's will, made in 1751; settlement of Sheen estates, 1798. EVL 235, 456 x 8 1748-1804
93 acres in Great Melton and Bawburgh. EVL 236, 457 x 1 1695-1808
Conveyed by Ellen Long to Richard Ferrier in 1695, and by Ferrier to Thomas Marsham in 1721. Settled on the marriages of Robert Marsham and Sophia Hase in 1781, and of Robert Marsham junior and Francis Ann Custance in 1804. Conveyed by Lord Suffield and others, trustees of the 1804 settlement to Sir John Lombe in 1808.
2 acres 2 roods 15 perches of copyhold land in Great Melton and 1 rood 25 perches in Hethersett, held of the manor of Hethersett Cromwells. Surrender by Gibbs Murrell to the trustees under Sir John Lombe's will, 1826. With abstract of title. EVL 237, 457 x 2 1826
6 acres 1 rood 12 perches in Great Melton exchanged by Jeremiah Ives with Edward Lombe for 6 acres 18 perches in Barford, 1826. With copy of the Inclosure Commissioners' award to Ives, and memorandum of the exchange. EVL 238, 457 x 2 1826
Cottage and 2 perches of freehold land; 3 roods of copyhold land held of the manor of Hethersett Woodhall. Conveyance by John Darby to Sir John Lombe's trustees, With abstracts of title. EVL 239, 457 x 2 1830
2 roods 22 perches of copyhold land; two copyhold allotments to Thomas Wagstaff under the Drayton and Bawburgh inclosure award, of 9 acres and 11 acres 1 rood 20 perches in Bawburgh, all held of the manor of Costessey. EVL 240, 457 x 2 1826, 1830
Surrendered by Wagstaffe to Sir John Lombe's trustees in 1830. With exchange under the Great Melton inclosure act; five pieces of land, 2 roods 22 perches, exchanged by Edward Lombe with Wagstaffe for four pieces of the same quantity, 1826. Includes plan.
Piece of land 50 yards x 22 yards with a double cottage. EVL 241, 457 x 2 1820-1835
Conveyed by John Darby to John Nave in 1820 (includes plan), and by Nave to Revd. James Stoughton and John Mitchell, trustees under the will of Sir John Lombe in 1835. With purchase agreement and abstract of title, and tenancy agreement, 1835
Freehold cottage in Great Melton. Conveyance of life estate by Revd. Henry Lombe the elder to Revd. Henry Lombe the younger EVL 242, 457 x 2 1863
Deed of exchange EVL 243, 457 x 3 1817-1872
1 acre of meadow glebe land bounded north by the common river exchanged by Henry, Lord Bishop of Norwich, rector of Little Melton, with the trustees under the will of Revd. Thomas Greene, for 1 acre in Cawdle Beck Field, 1817
Four pieces of land of 33 acres 3 roods 7 perches, 3 acres 18 perches, 7 acres 1 rood 35 perches, and 18 acres. Conveyance by the Commissioners under Great Melton inclosure act to Sir John Lombe's trustees to defray expenses of inclosure, 1826
2 acres 2 roods 15 perches of copyhold land, and a further piece, 1 rood 25 perches, adjoining the first, north and west hold of the manor of Hethersett Cromwells. Deed of covenant on surrendering copyholds by Gibbs Murrell to Sir John Lombe's trustees, 1826.
Two copyhold allotments to Thomas Wagstaff under the Drayton and Bawburgh inclosure award, held of the manor of Costessey. Deed of covenant on surrendering copyholds, by Wagstaff to Sir John Lombe's trustees, 1830.
Deed of enfranchisement of copyhold lands held by John Mitchell, surviving trustee under Sir John Lombe's will, of the manor of Hethersett Woodhall. 1861
Deed of enfranchisement of copyhold land held by John Mitchell of the manor of Hethersett Cromwells. 1867.
Piece of land, number 49 on inclosure map, conveyance by the surveyors of Little Melton to Revd. Henry Lombe and Revd. Henry Evans Lombe, 1872.
1 acre 2 roods 16 perches bounded by a private road, north, and on public road, east, allotted to James Darby by the Great Melton inclosure award in 1821. EVL 244, 457 x 3 1748-1832
Mortgaged by Robert Darby to Jesse Youngman in 1832.
With deeds relating to earlier mortgages of John Darby's estates in Great Melton; to William Turtle, 1748, and to Samuel Tuck, 1758.
Piece of land, 46 yards x 59 yards, abutting east on road from Wymondham to Marlingford, part of 3 roods allotted to John Darby by the Great Melton inclosure award. EVL 245, 457 x 4 1823-1890
Conveyed by John Darby to John Darby junior in 1823, with a cottage lately erected by the latter. Mortgaged by James Darby to Peter Day in 1855.
Conveyed by the trustees of Ann Darby to Charles Springall in 1885, and by Charles to Joseph Springall in 1886. Conveyed by Springall to Revd. Henry Evans Lombe in 1890.
Order of exchange between the Master, Keeper, and Fellows of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge and Revd. Henry Evans Lombe. Revd. H. Evans Lombe allotted the advowson of the rectory of St. Mary and All Saints, Great Melton, in exchange for that of the rectory of Swanton Morley with Worthing, 1896. EVL 246, 457 x 4 1714, 1896
Copy act for creating and consolidating the rectories, advowsons, and parishes of Melton St. Mary and Melton All Saints, made in 1714.
Repps with Bastwick and Ashby [no ref. or date]
½ acre abutting on the land of the rectory of Askeby to the east. Grant by Geoffrey Walle and Robert Clere to Henry Pres. December EVL 260, 458 x 3 1423
Two pieces of land in the field of Askby, one abutting on land of the church of Askby, the other on land of the Abbot of St. Benet of Holm. Grant by William Barkere to Henry Pres. June, 1425. EVL 261, 458 x 3 1425
2 acres in the field of Askeby. EVL 262, 458 x 3 1532, 1534
Feoffment by Edmund Reede to John Uffor and Thomas Norman. 5 February 1532.
Feoffment by John Ufforth and Thomas Norman to John Mayhu and others, to the use of Mayhu. February, 1534.
1 rood of land with a messuage in Repps with Bastwick. Feoffment by Henry Woode to William Borrett. EVL 263, 458 x 3 1557
1 acre 3½ roods in three pieces in Repps with Bastwick. Conveyance, by bargain and sale with feoffment, by John Crystmas to William Cowper. EVL 264, 458 x 3 1596
4 acres 3 roods in nine pieces in Repps with Bastwick. Conveyance by Thomas Jaye to Juliana Clippesby. EVL 265, 458 x 3 1595
Enclosure called Haywung, 1 acre, Repps with Bastwick. Feoffment by John Gibbes to Juliana Clippesby, with bond. EVL 266, 458 x 3 1595
Feoffment by Juliana Clippesby to William Franklyn and James Longland of all her lands and tenements in Repps and Bastwick, to her own use for life, and then to the use of Clippesby Crewe, son of Ranulf Crewe. EVL 267, 458 x 3 1603
1 rood in sixteen pieces in the township and field of Repps. Feoffment by Thomas Clarke to Ralph Skurry. EVL 268, 458 x 3 1584
4½ acres in eleven pieces in the field of Repps. Feoffment by Ralph Skurry to Juliana Clippesby, with letter of attorney, Juliana Clippesby to John Nevynson, rector of Clippesby. EVL 269, 458 x 3 1597
Messuage, 3 roods and twelve pieces of land, 5 acres 1½ roods, in Repps with Bastwick. EVL 270, 458 x 3 1584 - 1600
Mortgaged by Thomas Clarke to John Jaye in 1584; conveyed by Thomas Jaye to John Gibbes in 1595.
Conveyed by Jaye to Ranulf Crewe in 1600; with memorandum that Jaye reentered the land for a breach of covenant by John Gibbes.
1 acre in the field of Repps, abutting north on the common. Feoffment by Robert Ames to Ranulf Crewe. EVL 271, 458 x 3 1600
Three pieces of land, including messuage, 1 acre 3 rood, in Repps with Bastwick. Feoffment by William Cowper to Ranulf Crewe and Juliana his wife. EVL 272, 458 x 3 1601
Two pieces of land in Bastwick; 3 roods called Asshetondes, and ½ acre abutting on the rectory of Repps. Grant by Thomas Lammesse to Johanna Toby. 1515. Bargain and sale by Henry Toby, Johanna's son, to Robert Russe and Isabella his wife. 1544. EVL 273, 458 x 3 1515, 1544
7 roods of land in five pieces in Repps with Bastwick. Bargain and sale by Thomas Tewston to Robert Russ, with letter of attorney, Robert Russ to William Martins. EVL 274, 458 x 3 1584
½ acre arable land in Briddiscroft furlong, Bastwick. Feoffments by William Tasburghe to Robert Russe, and by Thomas Thewston to Russe. EVL 275, 458 x 3 1586
Quitclaim by Thomas Thewson to Robert Russ of 1 acre of land in Bastwick. EVL 276, 458 x 3 1586
Longhalfacre, ½ acre, in the field of Bastwick. Feoffments by John Burre to Thomas Twyston, 1584, and by Twynston to Robert Russ EVL 277, 458 x 3 1588
Nine pieces of land, 6 acres, in Bastwick and Repps. Grant by John Warnes to Robert Russe. EVL 278, 458 x 3 1587
Bond, John Walker and his son Henry Walker to Robert Russe for discharge of incumbrances on land previously conveyed. EVL 279, 458 x 3 1588
½ acre in Burgh St. Margaret. Feoffment by John Custance to Robert Russe. EVL 280, 458 x 3 1588
Messuage in Repps with Bastwick, late the inheritance of Robert Russe. Conveyance by Launcelott and Bridgett Abbotley and Robert Harris to Ranulf Crewe. EVL 281, 458 x 3 1602
Lease for 21 years by Ranulf Crewe to Clippesby Guybon of the manor of Repps with Bastwick. EVL 282, 458 x 3 1656
Probate of the will of Christopher Burr. EVL 283, 458 x 3 1608
Letters of administration of the effects of Christopher Burre, to Thomas Surre, Matthew Willgreis, Roger Willgreis and Henry Doe. EVL 284, 458 x 3 1608
35 acres 2 roods in twenty two pieces in the town and field of Bastwick. Bargain and sale by John Burr to Daniel Burr. EVL 285, 458 x 3 1646
Copy will of Henry Coo, made in 1615. Devises all his lands to his wife Elizabeth and his son Richard. EVL 286, 158 x 3 1615
1½ acres of copyhold land, held of the manor of Owby on the part of Repps with Bastwick. Admission of Daniel Burr after the death of Richard Cooe, his wife's father. EVL 287, 458 x 3; [EVL 288 Unallotted] 1654
Copyhold messuage and 1½ acres, held of the manor of Sutton Outsoken. Admission of Daniel Burr after the death of Elizabeth Burr. EVL 289, 458 x 3 1659
Copyhold land held of the manor of Owby on the part of Repps with Bastwick. Admission of Daniel Burr. EVL 290, 458 x 3 1660
1 parchment, partly illegible
10 acres 1 rood in several pieces. Mortgage by Daniel Burr to Robert Attwood, with bond and receipt. EVL 291, 458 x 4 1684
Memorandum that Richard Burr has taken possession of three pieces of land, one in Townsend Mill furlong, 1 acre called the Wrow held of the manor of Sutton Outsoken, 3 roods called Hall Gapp, held of the manor of Owby on the part of Repps with Bastwick, being the inheritance of Elizabeth Burr, Richard's mother. EVL 292, 458 x 4 nd
Messuage and 1½ acres; 1 acre called the Wrow; 1 rood near a windmill; 1 rood at Stevenheathgate; 2 roods in Bastwick meadow; 3 roods called Hall Gapp; 2 roods in Stevenheath furlong; 1 rood in Scotts Croft furlong; 2½ roods, 1 rood in Longland furlong; three pieces together 2½ roods, in Townsend Mill furlong; 1 rood in Bonds Heath furlong. EVL 293, 458 x 4 1686
Mortgage by Daniel Burr and Richard his son to Samuel Blackbeard, with surrenders of copyhold land held of the manors of Owby on the part of Repps with Bastwick and Sutton Outsoken, and bond.
Notes of Burr family baptisms and burials. EVL 294, 458 x 4 nd [17th century]
Messuage with 1½ acres, and 10 acres of land in thirteen pieces. Conveyed by Daniel and Richard Burr, Robert Attwood, and Samuel Blackbeard, to Edward Lombe, and fine levied. With copies of court roll of the manors of Owby on the part of Repps with Bastwick and Thurne cum Ashby. EVL 295, 458 x 4 1691
10 acres of land in five pieces. EVL 296, 458 x 4 1631-1692
Mortgaged by John Burr to Nicholas Elliott in 1631; conveyed by Elliott to Mary Burr in 1649. Mortgaged by John Burr to James Cooke in 1663. Conveyed by Thomas Pullen, John Curby and his wife Sarah, executrix of Thomas Burway to Edward Lombe in 1692.
With assignments of mortgage, 1678-1685; notice by John Burr concerning mortgages on the property, n.d.; and purchase agreement, 1692.
Copies of court roll of the manors of Fastolfes on the part of Repps with Bastwick, Owby on the part of Repps with Bastwick, and Clippesby. Admissions of John Burr EVL 297, 458 x 4 1649-1657
Messuage and 40 acres in Repps with Bastwick, Rollesby and Martham. Fine, Samuel Burr querent, John Burr, deforciant EVL 298, 458 x 4 1670
Receipt, Susannah Devris to Thomas Burway, for a moiety of bills and [...] disoursements on houses in Repps with Bastwick. EVL 299, 458 x 4 1684
55 acres in Repps with Bastwick and Martham. Conveyance of moiety by William Deveux to Thomas Burway, which Deveux inherited from his mother Susan, heiress of John Burr. With receipt. EVL 300, 458 x 4 1687
Mortgage by Thomas Burway to William Deveux of all his lands in Bastwick, 1688. With bonds, and acknowledgement of receipt EVL 301, 458 x 4 1689
Mortgage by Thomas Burway to Thomas Pullen of all his lands in Repps and Bastwick, with receipt. EVL 302, 458 x 4 1689
Probate of the will of Mary Tompson. Devises her land in Repps with Bastwick to Sarah Tompson. EVL 303, 458 x 4 1681
Receipts for legacies under the will of Mary Tompson. EVL 304, 458 x 4 1681-1692
Messuage and premises formerly John Burr's; property devised to Sarah Curby by the will of Mary Tompson. Conveyance of moiety by John Curby and Sarah his wife, formerly Sarah Tompson, to Edward Lombe. EVL 304, 458 x 4 1692
70 acres in the townships of Repps, Bastwick and Ludham. Conveyance by Thomas Pullen, by direction of John and Sarah Curby, executors of Thomas Burway's will, to Henry Eglinton, trustee for Edward Lombe EVL 306, 458 x 5 1692
Manor of Fastolfes and Repps with Bastwick, and land in Repps, Bastwick, Rollesby, Martham, Ludham, and Thurne. Conveyance by Sir Roger Potts bart. to Thomas Newman and John Tubbing, trustees under the will of Edward Lombe, 1679. With receipt by Potts to Tubbins for £400. EVL 306A, 458 x 5 1679
Manor of Fastolfes and Repps with Bastwick. Conveyance by Thomas Newman, Thomas Lombe and John Tubbing, executors of the will of Edward Lombe deceased, to Edward and Thomas Lombe and conveyance of one moiety by Thomas to Edward Lombe. EVL 307, 458 x 5 1685
Manor of Fastolfes on the part of Repps with Bastwick. Fine; Edward Lombe querent, Reginald Pott and Mary his wife and Thomas Newman, deforciants. EVL 308, 458 x 5 1686
Messuage in Repps with Bastwick. Lease for 31 years by Dame Elizabeth Potts to Arthur Branthwaite. EVL 309, 458 x 5 1699
Claypitt Acre, 1 acre, in Repps, held of the manor of Sutton Outsoken. Admission of Sir Roger Pott after the death of John Pott. EVL 310, 458 x 5 1700
Bonds for performance of covenant, John Callow, John Newham, and Edmund Prudence to John Boult. EVL 311, 458 x 5 1690, 1691
Draft brief for defendant in action of trespass on 1 rood in Kings Close and ½ acre in Repps Field; Thomas Whittacre v. Edward Lombe. EVL 312, 458 x 5 nd [17th century]
Two pieces, 3 roods, in Bastwick. Conveyance by Christopher Barnes and Margaret his wife to Edward Lombe. EVL 313, 458 x 5 1690
5 perches called Set Hill with liberty of fishing and fowling on the river called Esq. Lombe's River, from Bastwick Bridge to the south end of the marshes belonging to Potter Heigham. Copy conveyance by Edward Lombe to Robert Jackson. With promise by Jackson to deliver copies of deeds. EVL 314, 458 x 5 1720
Deeds of exchange of lands in Repps with Bastwick by John Lombe EVL 315, 458 x 5 1770-1773
10 acres 22 perches in nine pieces for 9 acres 3 roods 2 perches in ten pieces belonging to John Howse 1770
69 acres 1 rood 31 perches for 69 acres 1 rood 8 perches belonging to Virtue Love and others 1771
4 acres 2 roods 10 perches in three pieces for 4 acres 2 roods 25 perches in eleven pieces belonging to Elizabeth Bray. 1772
5 acres 18 perches for 5 acres 17 perches in five pieces belonging to John Howse. 1772
2 acres 23 perches in three pieces for 2 acres 18 perches in six pieces belonging to Hannah Somers. 1773.
Letter of attorney from John Lombe to John Gurling, to surrender all his lands held of the manor of Thurne with Ashby in order to suffer a common recovery. EVL 316, 458 x 5 1776
Enclosure papers for Repps with Bastwick. Statement of claims 1807; Notice of awards made to Sir John Lombe, 1809; extracts from the award. EVL 317, 458 x 5 1807, 1809
1 acre 3 rood 22 perches of copyhold land allotted to Sir John Lombe by the Repps with Bastwick enclosure award, held of the manor of Sutton Outsoken. Admission of Sir John Lombe. EVL 318, 458 x 5 1811
2½ roods of copyhold land next to an orchard called Norton's Gate, held of the manor of Thurne with Ashby. Edward Lombe admitted after the death of Edward Lombe senior, in 1704; trustees under the will of Sir John Lombe admitted in 1818. EVL 319, 458 x 5 1704, 1818
Admission of trustees under the will of Sir John Lombe to copyhold land held of the manor of Clippesby. EVL 320, 458 x 5 1818
3 acres in Repps with Bastwick, held of the manor of Martham. Admission of trustees under the will of Sir John Lombe, 1837. With letter concerning the same EVL 321, 458 x 5
Messuage and 72 acres in Repps with Bastwick and Clippesby EVL 322, 458 x 6 1668-1803
Fine levied to use to William Abbott and Alice Abbott in 1668. Recovery suffered by Thomas Abbott junior, in 1731. Mortgaged by Abbott to John Howse in 1735, and conveyed to him 1741. With probates of the wills of William Abbott, 1705, and Thomas Abbott, 1724.
3½ acres 15 perches of copyhold land, held of the manor of Repps; 1 acre in Ingham Field, 2 acres in Sutton Field by the mill. Devised by the will of Philip Sarnders, proved in 1732, to his daughter Hannah, later Hannah Summers, and mortgaged by her to Elizabeth Barnwell in 1776. Conveyed by John Summers to John Howse in 1784.
Whole property conveyed by the trustees of John Howse to Edward Henry Elcock Brown and by the latter to John Barber Page in 1803.
Messuage and blacksmith's shop, with pightle of 2 acres 2 roods 35 perches and barn; The Cottage Piece, 1 acre 1 rood 5 perches; 3 acres 29 perches between the road from Heigham bridge to Burgh, north and a lane, south; an allotment of 3 roods 25 perches under the Repps with Bastwick enclosure award. EVL 323, 458 x 6 1744-1836
Conveyed by Margaret Baker to John Cobb in 1744. Conveyed by John Cobb junior to Thomas Westgate in 1782; by Westgate to John Manship in 1800 by Manship to Thomas Clowes in 1810, and by Clowes to John Barbor Page in 1813. Devised to trustees for sale by Page's will, proved in 1836.
With copies of court roll relating to Page's estate, 1753-1815.
Cottage divided into three tenements. Conveyance of life estate by Revd. Henry Lombe the elder to Revd. Henry Lombe the younger in accordance with the will of Sir John Lombe. EVL 324, 458 x 5 1868
1 rood of land in Repps with Bastwick next to the church to the west. Conveyance by Edward Henry Evans Lombe to Cubitt Kidman, including plan. EVL 325, 458 x 5 1905
Scarning [no ref. or date]
Manors of Ingworth and Vewtors and land in Scarning, Fransham and adjoining parishes. EVL 326, 458 x [...] 1619-1681
Fine levied in 1649 to the use of Francis Steward; recovery suffered by Hoo Steward in 1683. Mortgaged by Steward to George Nodes in 1663 and 1667. Susan Nodes, mother of George Nodes, foreclosed on the mortgage in 1673 and assigned it to John Spicer. Mortgaged by Spicer to William Pott in 1683; mortgage assigned to Daniel Farrington in 1684.
37 acres 3 roods 3 perches of copyhold land in seven pieces in Scarning, held of the manor of Scarning Hall EVL 327, 458 x 7 1708, 1745
Jemima Brograve admitted to 18 acres, part of Scarning Hall Wongs. Surrendered by her and her husband William Branthwayt to Benjamin Lane in 1708. Susan Lane admitted under Benjamin's will in 1745. With rough plan of Susan Lane's estate at Scarning.
Shittle's Pightle, 1 acre. Conveyance by Samuel Shittle to Revd. John Lombe. EVL 328, 458 x 7 1731
Goreacre, 1 acre, in Dillington, and 2 acres 1 rood in Dillington in The Furrs, held of the manor of Drayton Hall. EVL 329, 458 x 7 1690-1770
Robert Starling admitted to the second piece in 1690 on the surrender of William Curle.
Daniel Farrington admitted in 1694 to the first piece, on the surrender of Curle, and to the second, on the surrender of Starling. Daniel Farrington junior admitted in 1700 on the surrender of Farrington senior. John Lombe admitted on the surrender of John Stephens in 1770.
6½ acres in Scarning, held of the manor of Scarning Hall. Admission of John Lombe on the surrender of John Stephens. EVL 330, 458 x 7 1770
Marriage settlement of Richard Warner and Elizabeth Lombe. With copy of the same. EVL 331, 458 x 7 1766
Deeds EVL 332, 458 x 8 1649-1708
Messuage with 1½ acres ½ rood; part of messuage, ½ rood, abutting on the first to the north.
Messuage and 1½ acres 1 rood conveyed by Alice Die, executrix of the will of Robert Stimson to John Oldman in 1676.
Part of messuage, ½ rood; conveyed by Roger Judee the younger to Roger Judee the elder in 1649, and by Thomas Judee to John Oldman in 1680.
Whole property mortgaged by Oldman to William Bower in 1698, and conveyed by Oldman to Peter Hurne in 1703.
Conveyed by Peter and Margaret Hurne to Richard Warner in 1708.
Part of messuage, conveyed by Thomas Judee to John Oldman in 1684, by Oldman to Stephen Ford in 1701, and by the coheiresses of Stephen Ford to Edmund Clarke in 1713. Conveyed by Clarke to Richard Warner in 1713. EVL 333, 458 x 8 1657-1713
Manors of Northend Hall, Scarning Parva, and Guntons EVL 334, 458 x 8 1689-1701
Conveyed by the coheirs of John Games to Oliver Le Neve in 1689; mortgaged by Le Neve to Elizabeth Shiers, 1689. Conveyed by Oliver Le Neve to Revd. Humphrey Prideaux, Dean of Norwich in 1701. With assignments of mortgage, 1699 and 1701.
1 rood held of the manor of Gressenhall. John Norris admitted in 1684. Passed by estreat to Nicholas Le Strange, lord of the manor, and conveyed by heir to Revd. Humphrey Prideaux in 1703. EVL 335, 458 x 8 1684, 1703
Manors of Northend Hall, Scarning Parva, and Guntons, with capital messuage and 217 acres 3 roods. EVL 336, 458 x 8 1708
Conveyance by Revd. Humphrey Prideaux to Richard Warner
1 rood next to highway from Scarning to East Dereham to the north part. EVL 337, 458 x 8 1649-1708
Conveyance by Bridget Wilson to Richard Warner, 1708. With quitclaims to Nicholas Wilson by Alice Hutchinson 1649, and by Susan Wilson, 1653.
Manors of Scarning and Drayton Hall. EVL 338, 458 x 8 1657, 1658
Conveyed by Henry Batch to John Repps in 1657, and released to Repps by Elizabeth, widow of Thomas Anguish, and Edmund Anguish, one of the executors of Anguish's will, in 1658.
Manor of Scarning, advowson of Scarning church, lands in Scarning, Dillington, and East Dereham. EVL 339, 458 x 8 1709
Conveyance by John and Dorothy Repps to Richard Warner, with bond and fine.
Capital messuage and 4 acres; Scarning Hall Closes, 81 acres; three enclosures, 9 acres; enclosure of 7 acres. EVL 340, 458 x 8 1707
Conveyance by John and Dorothy Repps to Richard Warner, with bond.
Close called The Wongs, 9 acres, held of the manor of Scarning Hall. EVL 341, 458 x 8 1644-1715
Conveyance by William Symonds to Richard Warner, 1715. With bond, receipts, and copies of court roll
Pierces Closes, 4 acres, in Scarning Hall Pasture. Conveyance by Maurice Shettle to Richard Warner, 1725. EVL 342, 458 x 9 1689-1725
With bond for quiet enjoyment, William Pearse to William Gilbert, 1689; probate of the will of William Gilbert, 1716; memoranda of the baptisms of Morris and Elizabeth Shittell.
Messuage and 20 acres. Conveyance by William Symonds to Richard Warner, 1733. EVL 343, 458 x 9 1662-1733
With probate copies of the wills of Susan Symonds, 1662, and William Symonds, 1670, and marriage settlement of William Symonds and Margaret Butcher, 1691.
Capital messuage with the Homestall, 14 acres; 4 acres near Draytonhall; Little Williards, 7 acres, Great Williards, 12 acres. EVL 344, 458 x 9 1706-1743
Mortgaged by Nathaniel Athill to Thomas Parham in 1706; conveyed by Anne, Catherine and Sarah Athill and others to Richard Warner in 1743.
Marriage settlement of John Conyers and Hannah Warner EVL 345, 458 x 9 1744
Three cornered piece of land, 1½ acres, abutting on highway from Pound Green to Daffy Green, south east, and highway from Daffy Green to Scarning church to the west. EVL 346, 458 x 9 1774
Conveyance by Samuel Rash to John Conyers.
Manors of Scarning, Drayton Hall, and Northenhall. EVL 347, 458 x 9 1
Conveyance by Sir Roger Newdigate bart., Sir John Hynde Cotton, bart., and John Conyers, to John Lombe, 1776. With copy will of John Conyers, made in 1773.
Deeds EVL 348, 459 x 1 1637-1782
Dairy House in Wendling, 11 acres; Great Guntons, Little Guntons, and Games, 180 acres; Honey Pot Wood, 2 acres; in Wendling, Scarning, East and West Bradenham, and Great Fransham.
Field Close, 11 acres in Scarning, abutting north on highway from Wendling to Dereham Market, conveyed by Thomas Baxter and others to Sir Thomas Hoogan in 1637.
Messuage and croft, 3 acres, in Wendling, close, 3 acres in Great Fransham, messuage and croft, 3 acres, in Necton, close, 4 acres in Necton; 1½ acres of meadow in Necton; 3 roods in Necton; Braky Close, 4 acres, in Necton.
Conveyed by William Henry and others to Sir Thomas Hoogan in 1637.
Part of Great Guntons and other pieces of land in Scarning. Conveyed by Ann Hungate to Henry Woodhouse in 1613; and by Nicholas Bacon and Humphrey Bohun, devisees of Henry Woodhouse, to Sir Thomas Hoogan in 1638.
Estate of Thomas Hoogan divided between his heirs in 1780; Dairy House etc. settled on William Mills and Mary Hoogan in 1781. Conveyed by Mills to John Lombe in 1782.
With copies of court roll of the manor of Northerhall, abstract of title; particular and valuation of timber, 1777.
Messuage and 10 acres in Scarning. EVL 349, 459 x 1 1732-1781
Conveyed by Titus Black to Samuel Rash in 1757. Conveyed by Rash to Meriel Wright in 1774, and mortgaged by Muriel wright to Ann Quant. Settled on the marriage of Meriel Wright and Rice Ramm in 1781, and conveyed by the latter to Sir John Lombe in 1785. With lease for 21 years by John Conyers to Samuel Rush of Drayton Hall Close and the Common New Enclosure, 7 acres, in Scarning, 1732; lease for 14 years by Meriel Wright to John Wright of messuage and 17 acres in Scarning. 1780
Messuage and 10 acres in Scarning. Conveyance by John Adams to Sir John Lombe 1785. EVL 350, 459 x 1 1766-1785
With draft agreement; original will of Catherine Adams, n.d.; notice to John Adams under enclosure act and admission to enclosed land held of the manor of Drayton Hall, 1766; mortgage to William Chamberlayn, 1784.
1 acre of copyhold land held of the manor of Scarning Hall; copy surrender by Joseph and Rose Parkinson, James Beeston, and John Silom, to John Lombe, 1785. EVL 351, 458 x 9 1786
Deed of exchange; 10 acres 3 roods 2 perches in five pieces in Scarning conveyed by Sir John Lombe to Revd. John Beevor in exchange for 10 acres 3 roods 3 perches of glebe land in four pieces. EVL 352, 458 x 9 1792
Close, 12 acres 3 roods, formerly two enclosures called Nine Acres and Little Wongs; Great Wongs, 5 acres; New Close, 7 acres; 2 acres in Spoon Bridge. EVL 353, 459 x 2 1714-1792
Conveyed by Edmund Clarke to Robert Clarke in 1731, and mortgaged by the latter to Elizabeth Robinson in 1737. Conveyed by Robert to Philip Clarke in 1746. Conveyed by William Clarke, devisee under Philip's will, made in 1751, to Sir John Lombo, 1792.
With probate will of Robert Clarke, 1714; marriage settlement of Edmund Clarke and Frances Rix; abstract of title, copies of court roll of the manors of Scarninghall and Drayton Hall.
Deed of enfranchisement, John Hill, lord of the manor to Sir John Lombe, of the latter's copyhold land held of the manor of Gressenhall South Soken, 1795. Release of free rent on tenement in Scarning, by Revd. Thomas Clarke, lord of the manor of East Bradenham and Huntingfield Hall, to Sir John Lombe. 1795. EVL 354, 459 x 2 1795
With extracts from court books, receipt, and correspondence.
Shittle's Pightle, 3 acres 3 roods 21 perches, in Scarning, held of the manor of East Bradenham and Huntingfield Hall. EVL 355, 459 x 2 1757-1796
Mary Nelson admitted in 1757 on the surrender of Samuel Shittle; John Nelson admitted under Mary's will in 1769. Enfranchised in 1795, and conveyed by Nelson to Sir John Lombe in 1796.
Trappes Closes, 35 acres 1 rood 27 perches; two adjoining closes, 14 acres 3 roods 21 perches; enclosure of 1 acre 35 perches; all in Scarning EVL 356, 459 x 2 1689-1797
Fine levied by Thomas Brett in 1689; mortgaged by him to Sarah Lane in 1723, and conveyed to Gibson Lucas in 1728. Conveyed by Robert Denn to Sir John Lombe in 1797
Release to make a tenant to the praecipe for suffering a recovery on lands in Scarning, by Sir John Lombe and others. With lawyers' bill EVL 357, 459 x 2 1813
Extracts from the Scarning Hoe Worthing and Dillington enclosure award, relating to the lands of Sir John Lombe in Swanton Morley, Worthing, Scarning, and Dillington EVL 358, 459 x 3 1814
Deed of covenant on surrendering 3 acres 1 rood 29 perches of copyhold land at Scarning, by Anna Chambers, William Chambers, and Mary Southgate to the trustees under the will of Sir John Lombe EVL 359, 459 x 3 1819
4 acres 3 roods in Coach Lane, Scarning. Conveyance by George Barker to Revd. Henry Evans Lombe, 1889. With bill of costs; letter of attorney of Amelia Mary Barker; surrender of copyhold land held of the manor of Scarning Hall EVL 360, 459 x 3 1889
Swanton Morley, Hoe, and Worthing [no ref. or date]
EVL 361/1-42 from one original bundle
2 acres 3 roods in Hoe, abutting on highway to the east. Conveyance by John Burton to Anthony Whighte EVL 361/1, 459 x 1580
Four messuages and land in Hoe, Swanton Morley, Worthing, and Beetley. Deed to lead the uses of a recovery, William Warner to Charles Chewte EVL 361/2, 459 x 3 1582
1½ acres in Ollode Field, Swanton Morley. Conveyance by Agnes Small, executrix of Morgan Small to John Bird EVL 361/3, 459 x 3 1596
Conveyance by Thomas Hawes to Thomas Gooche of all his lands in Hoe EVL 361/4, 459 x 3 1598
Enclosure abutting on a way from Swanton Morley to Wright Mill, north, 14 acres; Reddland Hills, 40 acres, Cattoway Closes, 72 acres; Cattoway Bottom, 50 acres, a new tenement called Shepherds House with foldcourse of 312 acres; tenement, 2 acres; Shepherds Meadow, 10 acres, and other land in Swanton Morley and Worthing, totalling 546 acres EVL 361/5, 459 x 3 1648, 1649
Mortgage by Thomas Utber to Thomas Cubitt, 1648, and release, 1649
60 acres of heath in Hoe and Swanton Morley next highway from White Mill to Swanton Morley. Deed declaring the uses of a fine, William Frith and John Frith to Thomas Utber EVL 361/6, 459 x 3 1650
Bond for performance of covenant, Thomas Utber to Marie Harrison EVL 361/7, 459 x 3 1655
18 acres in eight pieces in Worthing. Conveyance by Edmund Hacon to John Framingham and his wife Dorothy EVL 361/8, 459 x 3 1655
Deed to lead the uses of a fine EVL 361/9, 459 x 3 1658
Messuage called Cawsons and 4 acres in North Elmham abutting on Eastgate Street to the south and a highway to the west; to the use of Edmund Hacon and his wife Prudence.
1 acre in Worthing abutting on a churchyard to the east, and 8 acres abutting on highway from Worthing to East Dereham to the east; to the use of John Framingham and his wife Dorothy.
9 acres in five pieces in Worthing to the use of Walter Coker
1 acre 1 rood in two pieces in Swanton Morley. Conveyance by William Small to Robert Daliel EVL 361/10, 459 x 3 1659
Messuage in Swanton Morley abutting south on a common well and land and on a highway to the west. EVL 361/11, 459 x 3 1518-1596
Conveyed by Alice Southery and others to William Lacy and John Randes in 1518; conveyed by Thomas Vaughan to John Fitt, John Davy, and George Walby in 1541. Conveyed by Thomas Fitt to William Thompson in 1592; mortgaged by Thompson to William Child in 1592, and to Gregory Allen in 1596
Messuage in Towne Street, Swanton Morley, abutting on a common well and drain to the south and a highway, west. Piece of ground, 23 yards x 19 yards with a barn, stable, hay house and carthouse, and part of messuage, conveyed by Leonard Taylor to Richard Lincoln in 1652. Messuage mortgaged by Taylor to Roger Fleming in 1653. Whole property conveyed by Richard Lincoln and Leonard Taylor to Roger Fleming in 1655. EVL 361/12, 459 x 3 1652-1655
Poppy Meadow, 20 acres, and Rye Close, 10 acres, in Swanton Morley. Leased for 21 years by Sir Henry Bedingfield to Thomas Parhen in 1629. Conveyed by Thomas Bedingfield and others to Thomas Fleming in 1652. 5 roods in Highfield, Swanton Morley. EVL 361/13, 459 x 3 1629-1683
Conveyed by Edmund Howard to Roger Fleming in 1657, and by the latter to his grandson Henry Fleming in 1658. Mortgaged, together with 5 acres in 2 pieces in Swanton Morley, by Henry Fleming to Sarah Jenner in 1675.
With admissions of John Fleming as heir of Thomas Fleming to copyhold land in Worthing, 1659, and schedule of deeds for house and 5 roods land to be sold to Daniel Farrington by Henry Fleming, 1683.
Bond, Thomas Bedingfield to Clement Paston for payment of a debt of £5,800, with agreement relating to the same. EVL 361/14, 459 x 3 1653
Chancery decree relating to lands mortgaged by Thomas Bedingfield to James Calthorpe and Thomas Wharton and later conveyed to Gibson Goddard, on which William Cobb claimed a rent charge granted to him by Bedingfield. EVL 361/15, 459 x 3 1646
Articles of agreement between Thomas Bedingfield and William Small for the sale of the manor of Swanton Morley with Worthing; Flemings Farm and a foldcourse of 260 acres; 153 acres of pasture called the Leizure; the mills; Poppy Meadows, Bradburies tenement. EVL 361/16, 459 x 4 1662
Advowson of the church of Swanton Morley and the chapel of Worthing. Deed to lead the uses of a fine, Thomas Bedingfield and others to Richard Neave and others to the use of Richard Neave. 1662. Settled on the marriage of Charles Neave to Susan Halcott, together with land in Hockering. EVL 361/17, 459 x 4 1665
Copy will of Charles Neve, made in 1680 EVL 361/18, 459 x 4 1680
Covenant further to a recognizance of the nature of a statute staple, Oliver Neave to Francis Neave. EVL 361/19, 459 x 4 1652
Messuage with barns, stables, yards, and gardens etc. in Swanton Morley and adjoining Home Close, together 6 acres 3 roods; Barme Close, 7 acres; Earles Horne, or Princes Acre, 1 acre; close 7½ acres and 2 acres adjoining in Turne Poole Field; Mollsherne Close, 3 acres, and 1a of enclosed arable land next to Mollsherno Close; 6 acres in High Field; ½ acre in Turne Poole Field; New Meadows in The Leasure, 20 acres. EVL 361/20, 459 x 4 1666, 1680
Assignment of mortgage made by William Small and Stephen Ballow to Robert Whining in 1666, by John Aylworth and his wife Anne to Gilbert Upton in trust for Daniel Farrington. 1680.
Decayed messuage with barn and other buildings lately consumed by fire, stable, hayhouse, yard, garden, orchard, etc. 4 acres, in Swanton Morley next to highway from Worthing to Swanton Morley church, and a close, 3 acres, near the church. Conveyance by Thomas Newman to Daniel Farrington, with abstract of title. EVL 361/21, 459 x 4 1682
Messuage in Swanton Morley and seventeen pieces of land, 40 acres, 1 rood. Conveyance by Isaac Preston and Elizabeth his wife to Daniel Farrington. With bond and fine. EVL 361/22, 459 x 4 1685
Account between John Buxton and Daniel Farrington. EVL 361/23, 459 x 4 1693
Marriage settlement of Henry Phill and Elizabeth Farrington, Daniel Farrington's sister. EVL 361/24, 459 x 4 1700
Probate of the will of Elizabeth Farrington, Daniel's mother. EVL 361/25, 459 x 4 1720
Pedigree of the Farrington family EVL 361/26, 459 x 4 nd [18th century)
Manors of Swanton Morley, Hoe Harfords, and Ingworth; capital messuage in Swanton Morley, messuage, messuage with water mill, messuage called New Castle House, and a decayed tenement, all in Swanton Morley, messuage in Worthing; messuage in Hoe, called Hoe Malthouse Farm,; messuage in Scarning; messuage in Ingworth; several closes of land in Oulton; messuage and land in Burnham; a moiety of the rectory and vicarage of Scarning. EVL 361/27, 459 x 4 1701, 1723
Devised to Elizabeth Phill by the will of her brother, Daniel Farrington, proved in 1701, recovery suffered on the estate in 1723.
Letter of attorney of Elizabeth Phill, for the surrender of her copyhold land in Swanton Morley, Scarning, Hoe, and adjoining towns, to the uses of her will. EVL 361/28, 459 x 4 1756
Deed of exchange EVL 361/29, 459 x 4 1759
Marlepitt pightles, 8 acres 3 roods 36 perches, in Swanton Morley; 2 acres 37 perches next to highway from Swanton Mill to East Dereham, north; 4 acres 2 roods in Worthing, abutting north on the river; 2 acres 3 roods of meadow in Worthing, next highway from Worthing church to Hoe, south; 2 acres 2 roods 18 perches in Worthing next to highway from Worthing church to Swanton Morley, east, conveyed by Samuel Wilson to Elizabeth Phill in exchange for several pieces of land in Swanton Morley and Worthing, 11 acres 3 roods 4 perches, next to highway from Swanton Morley to Worthing, west; Dry Pightle, 1 acre 3 roods 4 perches, next to highway west; Sedges Meadow, 2 acres 3 roods, in Swanton Morley next to rivers to the north and south; Ducks Pightle, 2 acres 2 roods 10 perches in Swanton Morley, 3 roods of meadow in Swanton Morley.
Deed of exchange: an enclosure of 3 acres 1 rood 15 perches in Swanton Morley conveyed by Stephen Legge to Elizabeth Phil in exchange for enclosure of 5 acres 2 roods 10 perches. EVL 361/30, 459 x 4 1759
Particulars of Elizabeth Phill's estates; copies of conveyances to Daniel Farrington, 1693 and 1694, giving abuttals of lands in Hoe and Worthing; poor rate assessments for Worthing, 1729, 1740, 1751, and 1754, and for Hoe, 1759, land tax assessments for Swanton Morley, 1726 and 1789, for Worthing, 1758, and for Hoe, 1759; copy surrenders by Elizabeth Phill to the uses of her will for the manors of Scarning Hall, Drayton Hall, and East Dereham of the Queen, 1756. EVL 361/31, 459 x 4 1726-1789
Copy of the will of Elizabeth Phill, made in 1760. EVL 361/32, 459 x 4 1760
Particular of the late Elizabeth Phill's estate at Swanton Morley, Worthing, Hoe, and Scarning. EVL 361/33, 459 x 4 1769
Releases of legacies under the will of Elizabeth Phill. EVL 361/34, 459 x 4 1769-1780
Rough valuation of estate in Swanton Morley, Worthing, and Scarning. EVL 361/35, 459 x 4 nd [18th century]
Administration of the effects of Mary Bright granted to Richard Lloyd. EVL 361/36, 459 x 4 1875
Discharge of legacy under the will of Susan Dobbs, by Robert Parke and others to Reyner Dobbs. EVL 361/37, 459 x 4 1724
Unfit for production
Capital messuage in Bylaugh with outbuildings, garden etc., next to Bylaugh Street to the north; six pieces of land in Bylaugh Field next to highway from Bylaugh to Swanton Morley to the south. Conveyance by John Parke to Guy Lloyd. EVL 361/38, 459 x 4 1742
Receipts of Thomas Weedon for sums paid to him under articles of agreement between Weedon and his wife Grace and William Turner, made in 1677, 1677-1678; and quitclaim, 1678 EVL 361/39, 459 x 4 1677-1678
Writs relating to actions of recovery on land in Blakeney. EVL 361/40, 459 x 4 1668, 1689
Conveyance by Maurice Claxton to Thomas Goodday of a rentcharge of £10 on his messuage and land in Livermere for life, 1683. EVL 361/41, 459 x 4 1689-1704
Injunction in chancery suit, Hammond Claxton v. Dorothy Claxton and Adam Felton relating to the cutting of timber on land leased from Claxton, 1688; surrender by Ann Lony of land held of the manor of Leiston to the use of Dorothy Claxton for life, and then to the use of Hammond Claxton, 1691, and conditional surrender by Hammond Claxton to Edward Lombe, 1699, under the will of Maurice Claxton, and legacy receipts.
Administration of the estate of Edward Somerville, granted to Henry Lymor. EVL 361/42, 459 x 4 1779
3 roods in Hungatefield Swanton Morley abutting on a lane to the west. Grant by Bartholomew Umfrey and his son John Umphrey to Robert Trendall and others. June 1487. [no ref.] 1487
1 acre and recently erected building in Swanton Morley abutting on a highway to the north. Grant by Henry Lord Morley to Thomas Wightman, William Teny and Robert Chapman. [no ref.] October 1515
Deeds EVL 362, 459 x 5 1487-1628
Messuage and 13 acres 1 rood in Swanton Morley; of which the messuage and 4 acres in Wellgate, 3 roods in Hungatefield, 2 acres at Marlepitt, 2½ acres at Havecroft, 3 acres in Wolledale, and 1 acre next to the church.
Conveyed by Francis Webster to Robert Trendall and others in 1522; conveyed under the will of Robert Trendall by Roger Haase, Thomas Trench and William Drake to Thomas Wightman in 1524. Conveyed by Thomas Wightman to Thomas Isbells and others in 1531.
1 acre in the Estreede; 1 acre in Westreade, ½ acre at Bowrgh. Grant by Henry Lord Morley to John Sooley, 1549
Messuage with buildings, garden, and orchard adjoining, 1 acre abutting on a highway, north, and four pieces of land; mortgaged by Thomas Sooley to Thomas Baly in 1621.
Enclosure, 4 acres, abutting on a highway, north, and 1 acre of meadow near a mill abutting on the old river next Billingford Lissor, east, and a highway and the new river, west. Mortgaged by Sooley to Barnarde Utber in 1623.
Enclosure, 8 acres, abutting on a highway in part to the north; mortgaged by Sooley to Augustine Blomefield in 1624, and conveyed by Sooley to Richard Bond, 1624.
Messuage with buildings, garden and orchard, 1 acre; four pieces of land, 5 acres 3 roods; 3 roods in Hungatefield; 2 acres at Marlepitt; 2½ acres at Hocroftfurlong; ½ acre at Borrowe. Conveyed by Thomas Sooley to Richard Bond in 1624.
Messuage and 6½ acres conveyed by Robert Manser and his wife Ann, daughter of Thomas Baly, to Richard Bond in 1627.
Lease for 21 years by Sir Henry Parker, Lord Morley to Joan Smythe of 2½ acres of land in the field of Worthing. EVL 363, 459 x 5 1557
Deeds EVL 364, 459 x 5 - 459 x 7 1613-1745
Tenement, orchard and croft, 1 acre 1 rood, and seven pieces of land 10 acres 1 rood, in Worthing; conveyed by Thomas Utber to Robert Neve in 1613
Moiety of rectory of East Tuddenham and 22 acres in East Tuddenham and Hockering; mortgaged by Richard Neve to Richard Roll in 1634.
Close, 3 acres, in Worthing, abutting on a highway to the west; conveyed by Edmund and Robert Nicholas to Stephen Crane in 1668.
Probate of the will of Stephen Crane, 1679. Devises his land to Richard Roll.
½ acre in Worthing in Redished furlong, abutting on procession way between Swanton Morley and Worthing, east, and a common way from Hoe to Porters Bridge, west; two further pieces, of 2 acres and ½ acre, in Redished furlong; ½ acre at Roystone Hill near Worthing church abutting on highway from Swanton Morley to Worthing to the east. Conveyed by William Small and Stephen Ballowe to Peter Algure in 1666.
12 acres in Worthing conveyed by Nicholas Rookewood to Bartholomew Snelling in 1681.
Two pieces of land, 5 acres, in Worthing, next to highway from Worthing to East Dereham to the south; conveyed by John Culling and others to Bartholomew Snelling in 1682.
Messuage, barns, stable, yards, gardens and homestall, 1 acre, in Worthing, Swanton Morley, and North Elmham.
Conveyed by Anne Turner to Robert Hall in 1700; mortgaged by Robert Hall to Samuel Wilson in 1730, and equity of redemption conveyed by Hall to John Wilson in 1736. Mortgaged by Wilson to John Hase in 1739.
Messuage, barn, stable, and homestall, 6 acres, in Worthing, and 40 acres in Worthing and Swanton Morley. Conveyed by Anne Turner and Martha Snelling, widow and executrix of Bartholomew Snelling to Michael Butler in 1699; mortgaged by Butler to John Ralph in 1699, and conveyed by Butler to Ralph's trustees in 1705. Conveyed by John Bird, Ralph's heir to Samuel Wright in 1735; mortgaged by Wright to John Brown in 1736 and to Edward Crispe in 1737. Conveyed by Wright to John Wilson in 1739. Mortgaged by Wilson to Richard Warner in 1745.
Messuage, 1 acre, in Worthing, abutting on church path, south, and a lane, east, with 31 acres 3 roods of land. Conveyed by Edmund Foule to Thomas Culling in 1663, mortgaged by Culling to John Havett in 1705. Conveyed by John Culling to Joseph Terry and his wife Alice in 1710; mortgaged by the latter to Richard Warner in 1743 and conveyed by them to John Wilson in 1744.
Messuage called Churchs in Bylaugh with 24 acres in Bylaugh and Swanton Morley, including Poppy Meadows, 9 acres, in Swanton Morley. Poppy Meadows and other land in Swanton Morley conveyed by William Small and Stephen Ballowe to William Athill in 1664, and by John Athill to John Gibson in 1733. EVL 365, 459 x 8 1664-1739
Conveyed by Gibson to Guy Lloyd, and rent charge on property granted by Lloyd to Gibson, in 1739.
Manors of Swanton Morley and Worthing; messuage; two water corn mills; a fulling mill and 24 acres; dilapidated tenement; 3 acres called Bradbury's tenement; the Lizard, 153 acres; 104 acres of meadow and pasture; 80 acres of land; 40 acres of other land; foldcourse of 800 acres. EVL 366, 459 x 9 - 460 x 1 1662-1881
Conveyed by Thomas Bedingfield to William Small in 1663; conveyed by Laurence Whitwell and his sister Anne, devisees under Small's will, to Sir George Walker in 1676. Mortgaged by Walker to Joseph Bertham in 1679, and conveyed by Walker to Daniel Farrington in 1679.
With deeds relating to mortgages on the property.
Agreement between Thomas Bedingfield and Guybon Goddard for the sale of the manor of Swanton Morley and Worthing. EVL 367, 459 x 8 1660
Deeds EVL 368, 459 x 8 1587-1681
Foldcourse of 476½ acres in Worthing, Swanton Morley, and Hoe, including Harvey's tenement, and a tenement lately built in Worthing.
Conveyed by Thomas Utber to Thomas Curson in 1648, and mortgaged by Charles Cornewalleys to Barnard Utber on 17 acres 3½ roods and 3 acres of Holybread land made in 1587 assigned by Utber to Curson.
Mortgaged by Curson to Osmond Clarke in 1667, and to George Gay and John Jubbs in 1668. Sold by Curson to Daniel Farrington in 1681.
With copies of court roll of the manor of Swanton Morley with Worthing.
9 acres in Worthing, comprising a pightle of 1 acre and 8 acres abutting on highway from Worthing to East Dereham. EVL 369, 459 x 8 1658-1691
Conveyed by John Framlingham to Margery Fleming in 1658. Mortgaged by John Fleming to Daniel Farrington, together with a messuage and land in Tittleshall in 1683; conveyed by Fleming to Farrington in 1691, together with a capital messuage.
Manors of Horford, Colvilles, Hoebecke and Sewters in Hoe, Dillington, Swanton Morley, Worthing, and adjoining parishes. EVL 370, 460 x 2 1616-1688
Conveyed by John Neve and others to Thomas Utber and others in 1616; recovery suffered to the use to Utber in 1617. Part of estate settled on the marriage of Thomas Utber the younger and Ann Corderoy in 1639. With conveyance by Thomas Gooch to William Frith of a dwelling house in Hoe, 1679; deed to lead the uses of a recovery on the manor of Heymers by Thomas Gooch in 1666; recovery suffered by Alphonsus Frith on a messuage and 220 acres in Hoe and Swanton Morley, 1688.
Deeds EVL 371, 460 x 2 1655-1699
Manor of Hoe Harfords; lands called Colvilles, 110 acres in Hoe and Swanton Morley; dwelling house in Hoe; 76 acres in Hoe, reputed to be part of 80 acres of the late dissolved chantry of St. Nicholas Roughholme, Gressenhall; Hoe Hall Meadow, 12 acres; Hoe Hall Close, 14 acres; Hoe Hall Breck, 27 acres, 35 acres called Bazum; Shepherds House and adjoining land, 3 acres, foldcourse and 76 acres in Hoe and Dillington; Burton's Close, 2 acres; two pieces of land, 3 roods and 13 acres.
Colvilles, 110 acres, mortgaged by Thomas Utber and his wife Anne to Mary Harrison in 1655. Conveyed by Utber to John Frith in 1670. Remainder of estate conveyed by Thomas Gooch to William Vines in 1674, and by Vines to William Frith in 1681.
Whole estate conveyed by William Frith to Daniel Farrington in 1693.
With copy admission of Solomon Farrington to a piece of land called Codlings, 5 acres, in Hoe, held of the manor of East Dereham of the Queen. 1699.
Lower House in Hoe; Hill Close, 20 acres; malthouse, yard and Barne Close, 9 acres; Harpe Piece, 1 acre; Cope Yards, 40 acres, with little messuage; Gateway Closes, 60 acres; Gateway Bottom, 50 acres; close, 12 acres; Long Meadow 10 acres; two little meadows, 4 acres; Roystholme meadow in Worthing, 10 acres, copyhold. EVL 372, 460 x 2 1640-1694
Conveyed by Henry Milberne to Thomas Utber in 1640; conveyed by Utber to Thomas Russell in 1654, and recovery suffered in 1656 to the use of Russell. Conveyed by Thomas Weedon and his wife Grace, and Elizabeth Cary, the two daughters of Thomas Russell, to William Turner in 1677. Conveyed by Charles Turner to Daniel Farrington in 1694.
With copy of an Act for settling the Hoe estate of Charles Turner on himself and his heirs, 1694.
Copy deeds relating to the estate of Thomas Utber in Swanton Morley, Hoe, and Worthing. EVL 373, 460 x 2 1586-1675
Manors of Swanton Morley with Worthing, Hoe Harfords, Hoe Becks, and Southerys or Sowters, and land in Swanton Morley, Hoe, Worthing, Scarning and Dillington. Conveyance by John Stephens, devisee of Elizabeth Phill, to John Lombe, 1770. With assignment of leaseholds; purchase agreements, 1769, and map of the Scarning estate belonging to Mrs. Elizabeth Phill, n.d. EVL 374, 460 x 3 1769, 1770
Deeds EVL 375, 460 x 3 1663-1783
Messuage in Swanton Morley, 3 acres; three closes called Lakes Yard and Old Park, 18 acres; Miller Close or Long Meadow, 11 acres 3 roods; First and Second Six Acre Closes, 12 acres 3 roods; Third and Fourth Six Acre Closes, 12 acres; Brickiln Close, 14½ acres; 4 acres next to Brickiln Close; Colliers Carr, 24 acres.
Old Parke, Millers Meadow, and Colliers Carr conveyed by William Small and Stephen Ballowe to Nicholas Parham in 1663, and mortgaged by Peter Parham to Richard Barker in 1724.
Whole estate conveyed by Frances Southgate, formerly Frances Parham and others, the trustees and devisees under the will of Matthew Southgate to William Engledow in 1771; mortgaged by Henry Engledow to William Collins in 1778, and conveyed to John Lombe in 1783.
Advowson of Swanton Morley and the chapel at Worthing. Conveyed by Revd. Charles Neve to Thomas Day in 1743; conveyed by Day to Revd. William Ewin in 1744. Conveyed by Elizabeth Jessop Ewin to John Lombe in 1783. With abstract of title, 1783; glebe terrier, 1723. EVL 376, 460 x 4 1723-1783
Messuage and 180 acres in Swanton Morley; conveyed by James Coldham to Sir John Lombe in 1792. EVL 377, 460 x 4 1717-1792
With copy wills of Thomas Coldham, made in 1717, and of James Coldham, made in 1719; marriage settlement of James Coldham and Elizabeth Hales, 1757; copies of recoveries suffered in 1703 and 1781.
Two messuages and 32 acres 3 roods of copyhold land in Swanton Morley held of the manor of Swanton Morley with Worthing. EVL 378, 460 x 5 1729-1820
Susanna Coldham admitted after the death of William Coldham, in 1729. John Wilson admitted to one moiety in 1752 on the surrender of John Andrews.
With two acknowledgements of satisfaction on conditional surrenders made by Benjamin Leeder to William Rackham and John Tuthill in 1820.
New Close, 4 acres 1 rood 32 perches, abutting on highway to Worthing to the east. EVL 379, 460 x 5 1796
Conveyance by Frederick Barnwell to Sir John Lombe, 1796. With letter from Barnwell to Lombe re purchase price.
Four enclosures of arable land in Swanton Morley, abutting on Park Lane and Lizard Cross Lane to the east and south east. Conveyed by Revd. John Arnham to Jonathan Gleed in 1741, and by Samuel Emms and John Crisp to Sir John Lombe in 1803. EVL 380, 460 x 5 1741, 1803
46 acres 1 rood 31 perches in Swanton Morley, in several closes, called Greaves Nine Acre, Greaves First Eight Acres, Greaves Lane, Parkers Acre, Hill Land, Seven Roads, Chapmans Close, and Three Acre Land. EVL 381, 460 x 6 1705-1809
Part of the estate of Samuel Legge, devised by his will to Stephen Legge in 1755, and settled on the latter's marriage to Mary Jay in 1705.
3 acres 1 rood 15 perches exchanged with Elizabeth Phill for an enclosure of 5 acres 2 roods 10 perches in 1759.
Settled on the marriage of George Legge and Charlotte Ann Smith in 1786, mortgaged to John Browne in 1797 and to John Wells in 1802. Conveyed by George and Charlotte Ann Legge to Sir John Lombe in 1809.
Two Acres, 2 acres 2 roods 39 perches; New Close and Marshams Field, 11 acres 2 roods 14 perches, all abutting on a road from Worthing church to Swanton Morley to the south; 1 acre 3 roods 29 perches abutting on Scarning river, north, and a public road to the south, allotted to Robert Marsham by the Scarning, Hoe, Worthing, and Dillington enclosure award. Conveyance by Robert Marsham to Sir John Lombe EVL 382, 460 x 5 1814
Messuage; two enclosures, 11 acres; messuage and 45 acres; Little Church or Olland Field 2 acres; two pieces in Church Field, 1 acre and 11½ acres; Coldhams, 4 acres; First, Second and Third New Closes, 23 acres. EVL 383, 460 x 7 1734-1812
Part of estate devised by the will of Samuel Wilson, proved in 1734, to John Wilson; part conveyed by John Plumstead and his daughter Mary to Wilson in 1752, with release by Hambledon Custance and his wife Susanna.
4 acres of meadow in Mill Street exchanged by Wilson with William Madder for 2 acres in Church Field, and 2 acres in Mill Street in 1756.
Settled on the marriage of Ann Wilson and Robert Shaul in 1763; mortgaged by Shaul to John Bell in 1766, and to Charles Heyhoe in 1799. Conveyed by Ann Shaul and others to Benjamin Leeder in 1812.
Farm house with barns stables, yards, gardens etc., and 51 acres 1 rood 39 acres of land. Conveyance by Benjamin Leeder to the trustees under the will of Sir John Lombe, including plan. With assignment of mortgage term. EVL 384, 460 x 5 1820
Capital messuage in Worthing; messuage, cottage, and 138 acres 10 perches of land in Worthing. EVL 385, 460 x 8 1715-1821
Devised by Samuel Wilson to John Wilson in 1728; mortgaged by John Wilson and his wife Margaret to Richard Warner in 1715. Conveyed by Samuel Wilson to Revd. William Green in 1764. Devised by Green to Revd. Henry Pearson in 1795; conveyed by Pearson to William Hart in 1807. Conveyed by Hart to the trustees under the will of Sir John Lombe in 1821.
Abstracts of title to William Hart. EVL 386, 460 x 9 nd
Copyhold land of William Hart held of the manor of Swanton Morley with Worthing EVL 387, 460 x 9 1655-1821
Messuage, 1 acre, abutting on Churchpath to the south, and a lane to the east; close, 11½ acres next to a lane in part and Churchpath in part to the north; 10 acres at south end of close; 1 acre abutting on a highway to the east Henry Lusher admitted in trust for Edmund Fowle in 1655 under the will of Richard Roll; Fowle admitted in 1663. John Cullen admitted in 1696 after the death of his father Thomas. Surrendered by Cullen to Joseph Terry in 1710.
½ rood in Worthing next to St. Margaret's bridge to the south, and ½ acre in Worthing. John Cullen admitted in 1658 after the death of his father; surrendered by John Cullen to Bartholomew Snelling in 1682.
1 acre abutting on a perambulation way between Swanton Morley and Worthing; adjoining 3 roods; Stiles Close, 3 roods, with a messuage, 1 acre next to Three Rigg Way abutting on highway from Swanton Morley to Worthing to the south; 24 feet x 63 feet abutting on Church path to the south. Surrendered by Richard Roll to Bartholomew Snelling in 1684.
Cottage and 1½ roods in Worthing; 1 acre near church abutting on a highway to the east; four pieces of land, 12 acres 1 rood; two pieces, each ½ acre, in Worthing; ½ rood next to St. Margarets bridge to the south; 1 acre abutting on a perambulation way to the east, and adjoining 3 roods; Stiles Close with messuage, 3 roods; 1 acre next to Three Rigg Way; piece of land 24 feet x 63 feet abutting on Church path to the south, 10 acres in seven pieces; Lyther's Close, 3 acres, in Worthing. Surrendered by Martha Snelling to Robert Hall in 1700; surrendered by Hall's grandson, Robert, to John Wilson in 1736. Surrendered by Samuel Wilson to William Green in 1764, together with a messuage, 1 acre, abutting on Church Way to the south; 11 acres 2 roods next to a footway to the east; 10 acres adjoining; 1 acre 3 roods next to a river to the north; two tenements, 1 acre next to a river to the north; cottage and piece of land called Carters, abutting on Carters Lane to the west; cottage. Henry Pearson admitted to whole estate in 1795 under William Green's will. Surrendered by Pearson to William Hart in 1807, and by Hart to the trustees under the will of Sir John Lombe in 1820.
With discharges of legacies under the will of Stephen Crane, made in 1678, 1685-1690 and letters relating to the sale of Hart's estate to Sir John Lombe's trustees, 1820-1821
Deeds EVL 388, 460 x 9 1707-1828
Messuage in Swanton Morley and 46 acres. Mortgaged by John Jex and Mary his wife, daughter of Stephen Monsey, to Thomas Edgar in 1764. Conveyed by Jex to Frederick Barnwell in 1769, and by the latter's son, Revd. Frederick Henry Barnwell to Revd. William Collett in 1809.
Little Ease Croft, Little Ease Orchard, and Little Ease Seven Acres, together 14 acres 32 perches, conveyed by George Legge to Revd. William Collett in 1809.
1 rood 15 perches bounded by a road from Swanton Morley church to Worthing to the west, conveyed by Sir John Lombe to Collett in 1817. With probate of the will of Robert Monsey, 1707, and limited administration de bonis non of Thomas Ewin, 1828.
Deeds EVL 389, 461 x 1 1663-1809
Messuage and 20 acres 20 perches of copyhold land in Swanton Morley. Robert Tompson admitted on the death of his mother Elizabeth in 1663; surrendered by Tompson to Robert Monsey in 1675; Mary, daughter of Stephen Monsey admitted in 1753. Surrendered by John Jex and Mary to Frederick Barnwell in 1769; surrendered by Revd. Frederick Henry Barnwell to Revd. William Collett in 1809.
With lease of freehold messuage and 46 acres by Revd. Frederick Henry Barnwell to Daniel Lovett for 14 years, 1799.
18 acres 34 perches in Borough Field, Swanton Morley, abutting on highway to Elmham to the south; wasted messuage called Goodings, with yard and orchard, 1 rood; 5 acres abutting on highway from Greengate Cross to Worthing to the west. Surrendered by George Legge and Charlotte Anne his wife to Revd. William Collett in 1809. With sale particular, 1809.
Abstract of title to Collett's estate at Swanton Morley EVL 390, 461 x 1 1827
Messuage and c. 72 acres in Swanton Morley. Conveyance by trustees under the will of Revd. William Collett to the trustees under the will of Sir John Lombe, with map of estate, 1828. With assignment of mortgage terms and copy of Collett's will. EVL 391, 461 x 1 1828
[no title] EVL 392, 461 x 2 1684-1828
Capital messuage, 4½ acres; Furr Close, 4 acres, and 2 acres 3 roods in three pieces.
Devised by William Breese to his daughter Mary in 1684. Mortgaged by William Mills her son to John Baly in 1746. Conveyed by John Mills to Thomas Rudd Breame in 1791, and by Breame to John Debenham in 1795. Devised by Debenham to his wife Amy by his will proved in 1817.
Copyhold land, part of the estate of William Mills EVL 393, 461 x 2 1626-1792
Messuage and adjoining 4½ acres in Worthing. Elizabeth Breeze admitted as heir of Richard Barker in 1644. Margaret Mills admitted on surrender of Elizabeth Breese in 1708.
Cottage and ½ acre called Collis Yard in Worthing, and a further 1½ roods in Worthing. Henry Turner admitted on surrender of John Page in 1680. Elizabeth Mills admitted under the will of William Mills in 1709.
1 acre in Worthing in Barearse furlong. Edward Turner admitted in 1692 after the death of Robert Turner.
John Mills admitted to Collis Yard and 1 acre in Barearse furlong in 1774 under the will of Elizabeth Mills
Firr ground, 1½ acres, in Burroughfield, Swanton Morley. Surrendered by Isaac Williams to Edward Turner in 1680, and by Turner to William Mills in 1691
Two messuages in Worthing with adjoining pightle, 3 roods, surrendered by William and Joseph Cobb to Edmund Kerney in 1681, and by Kerney to William Mills in 1703.
2 acres in Worthing. William Mills admitted on the surrender of John Pearce in 1737.
Messuage in Worthing with sixteen acres; cottage in Worthing. Mortgaged by John Brookbank to Edward Davy in 1772, together with a messuage and 3 acres of meadow in North Elmham. Conveyed by Brookbank to Henry Hall in 1776, and by Hall to James Allsebrook in 1826. EVL 394, 461 x 3 1772-1826
Several closes in Worthing and Swanton Morley, totalling 14 acres 2 roods 1 perch, and several pieces totalling 12 acres 1 rood 24 perches. Conveyance by Thomas Bradfield, trustee under the will of John Debenham, and James Allsebrooke, to the trustees under the will of Sir John Lombe, 1832. Includes plan. With abstract of title. EVL 395, 461 x 3 1832
Weston and Hockering [no ref. or date]
EVL 396/1-54 comprised one original bundle
EVL 397/1-25 comprised one original bundle
1a in the field of Hockering. Grant by Margaret Heyward to John Coppyng and Isabella. December EVL 396/1, 461 x 4 1377
Messuage and 12 acres, with buildings, orchard, hedges, ditches, and woods in Hockering. Grant by John Coppyng to William Draper. July EVL 396/2, 461 x 4 1386
1 parchment; part of seal
Messuage and close, 4 acres; nine pieces of land, 10½ acres; 1 acre 3 roods in Weston; close, 4 acres and messuage; 6 acres in two pieces in Weston. Mortgage by Robert Raynarde to Thomas Lombe EVL 396/3, 461 x 4 1561
Messuage called Collins and twenty pieces of land, 79 acres 3 roods in Weston and Hockering. Conveyed by John Lyon to John Chapman, 1555, and by Chapman to Thomas Lombe in 1561. 2 acres in Hockering, abutting on a common way from Lyng to Hockering to the west; conveyed by William Alby to Henry Ketyll in 1557, and quitclaimed by Alby to Thomas Lombe in 1569. EVL 396/4, 461 x 4 1555-1569
Deeds EVL 396/5, 461 x 4 1496-1657
Messuage called Collens, 2 acres, in Weston, abutting on a common way from Hockering to Lounde to the south; 42 acres 3 roods in ten pieces in Weston; 35 acres in eight pieces in Hockering; 6½ acres of copyhold land; 17 acres 3 roods of leasehold land. Bargained and sold by John Lyon to John Chapman in 1555.
2 acres of copyhold land, held of the manor of Hockering. Surrendered by Richard Lyon to Philip Lyon in 1492, and by John Lyon, Philip's son, to John Chapman in 1556.
8 acres 3 roods of copyhold land in two pieces, part of 20 acres surrendered by Morgan Morice to Thomas Alby in 1536, and of 16 acres surrendered by Alby to his son Geoffrey in 1552 and by the latter to Henry Ketyll and others in 1554. Surrendered by Ketyll to John Chapman in 1557.
Messuage in Haughley (co. Suffolk) next to the market to the west; the north head abutting on highway next to Wyndegap.
Grant by John Belle and Henry Cok to John Wareyne, Hugh Wetherby and Henry Ellingham. June 1496
Messuage and 8 acres 3 roods, part of Estwonges in the field of Hockering, and 3 roods in East Tuddenham.
Feoffment by Robert Hyrne to Humphrey Smalpece, Leonard Spencer, William Attemere, and Thomas Attemere. 1519
Cherye Olland, 26 acres, in Hockering; lease for 16 years by Henry St. John to William Lambe. 1575
40½ acres in Weston; feoffment by Philip Lyon to his son John Lyon, 1618
Messuage, garden, and 4½ acres in Weston; 2 acres of meadow in Southburgh. Deed to declare the uses of a fine, Henry Anger and his wife Margaret and William Lyon, to William Seaborne and John Lyon. Messuage in Weston to the use of John Lyon; 2 acres of meadow to the use of William Seaborne. 1657
With conditional surrender by William Lambe and his wife Judith to John Harbord of all their land held of the manor of Costessey on the part of Weston and Morton, 1683; conveyance of land in Weston by William Strong and others to Robert Snell as trustee for Philippa Reeve, 1685; particular of the lands of Roger Gyrling in Hockering, held of the manor of Hockering, 1450-1451; a particular of land in Hockering consisting of a capital messuage and c. 105 acres, 1636.
Copyhold tenement and 7 acres, in Weston held of the manor of Weston: Granted to Thomas Grene in 1535; surrendered by William Grene to Robert and John Talwyn in 1565, and by the latter to Nicholas Crome in 1568. Surrendered by Crome to William Lambe in 1571. EVL 396/6, 461 x 4 1535-1571
Hockering Layes or Atlinges, 140 acres, in Hockering; conveyance by William Rookewoode to Henry St. John EVL 396/7, 461 x 4 1583
Messuage abutting on a common way from Hockering to Lenwade to the south, and a common way to Lyng to the west, and ten pieces of land, 40 acres, in Weston and Hockering. Feoffment by William Lambe to John Salhous and John Tovell, to the use of William and his wife Katherine for life EVL 396/8, 461 x 4 1588
Sixteen pieces of land in Weston and Morton on the Hill, 52 acres. Deed to declare the uses of a recovery, William Lambe and John Shinckwyn to John Shinckwyn and his wife Cristiana, to the use of Shinckwyn. EVL 396/9, 461 x 4 1593
1 acre in Wodefield, Hockering, abutting on a common way to the north. Feoffment by William Aldeby to Humfry Smalpece and his feoffees. EVL 396/10, 461 x 4 1531
Messuage and five pieces of land, 6 acres, in Hockering, abutting on a highway to the east. Copy of feoffment by William Aldeby to Humfry Smalpece and his feoffees. EVL 396/11, 461 x 4 1531
Marriage settlement of Robert Smalpece, son of Humphrey Smalpece, and Thomasine Shardlowe. EVL 396/12, 461 x 4 1538
Close called Picters, 10 acres. Lease for 10 years by Robert Smalpece to John Chapman EVL 396/13, 461 x 4 1557
7 acres of arable land in three pieces in Heyshedfelde, Hockering. Feoffment by John Lyon to Robert Smalpece. EVL 396/14, 461 x 4 1559
Quitclaim by Peter Sunman to Francis Smalpece of lands and tenements in Hockering. EVL 396/15, 461 x 5 1607
Messuage, barn, stables and land in Hockering. Lease for ten years by Thomas Smalpece to Thomas Harryson. EVL 396/16, 461 x 5 1628
3 closes in Hockering; Bonds Meadow, 8 acres, 2 closes, 30½ acres. Lease for 10 years by Thomas Smalpece to John Howlett EVL 396/17, 461 x 5 1628
Close, 9 acres, in Hockering, abutting on a common way to the north; two closes, 30½ acres abutting on common way to the north; 10½ acres in several pieces. Conveyance by Richard Shipden and John Shipden to William Lambe EVL 396/18, 461 x 5 1637
Deeds EVL 396/19, 461 x 5 1637, 1638
Copyhold messuage called Stercolnes; two other messuages, and c. 50 acres in Hockering; messuage with 24 acres in twenty one pieces in Hockering, surrendered by Thomas Smalpece and his wife Anne to Richard Shipden in 1637.
5 acres 3 roods in Hockering; surrendered by Richard Shipdham to William Lambe in 1638.
2½ acres in Woodland Close; 8 acres 1 rood in Bushell's Yard; 5 acres in Furr Close; 2 acres in Furr Close; and 5 acres 3 roods in Hockering. John Lambe admitted in 1667 after the death of William Lambe.
Two messuages and 20 acres 1 rood in nineteen pieces; Elizabeth Shipdham admitted in 1638 under the will of Richard Shipdham. EVL 396/20, 461 x 5 1638
Particular of lands to be sold by Elizabeth Shipdham to William Lambe EVL 396/21, 461 x 5 nd
Tenement and 7 acres in several pieces in Weston; 3 acres in Weston. Mortgage by William Lambe to William Stanhowe. EVL 396/22, 461 x 5 1655
Piece of land in the field of Weston. Feoffment by Augustine Flour to Richard Lyon and Richard Bettes. EVL 396/23, 461 x 5 March, 1465
Feoffment by Robert Rawnson to John Lyon, and others of all his lands in Hockering and Weston. EVL 396/24, 461 x 5 1519
15½ acres in Weston. Fine; Philip Lyon querent Henry Tilney and his wife Anne, deforciants. EVL 396/25, 461 x 5 1604
Two messuages and 47 acres of land in Weston and Southburgh. Fine; William Seaborne and John Lyon, querents, Henry Anger and his wife Margaret, deforciants. EVL 396/26, 461 x 5 1657
Quitclaim by William Lyon to John Lyon, his father, of all messuages and lands late of Philip Lion, his grandfather EVL 396/27, 461 x 5 1657
Ten Acres in Weston, abutting on a packway from Hungate Green to Lunwood Bridge to the east. EVL 396/28, 461 x 5 1666
Mortgage by John Lyon to Richard Berridge in 1666.
Ten Acres; close of 3 acres abutting on common way from Hungate Green to Lyng Mill to the west; 3½ acres abutting on a pack way to the east; messuage in Weston, 4 acres, abutting on a packway to the west; Broad Acre, 1 acre, abutting on Buxton Way to the south; 4 acres in Somerfield furlong, next to a pack way to the west and Broad Acre to the east. EVL 396/29, 461 x 5 1678
Conveyed by John Lyon and his wife Elizabeth to Richard Berridge and fine agreed to be levied to the use of William Lambe.
Furr Pightle, 2 acres; 1 acre in Weston next to a pack way from Hungate Green to Lunwade Mill to the east and a highway to Lyng to the north. EVL 396/30, 461 x 5 1666-1681
Conveyed by Mary Lyon to John Lyon in 1666. Mortgaged by John Lyon to Henry Crowe in 1671. Conveyed by Elizabeth Lyon, John's widow, to William Lambe in 1680, together with 3 acres in Weston abutting on Hockering Way to the south, and 1 acre of copyhold land. With surrender of copyhold land, held of the manor of Costessey, 1681.
Close, 9 acres 1 rood, in Hockering, and two enclosures, 30½ acres, all abutting on a common way to the north; 10½ acres in several pieces in Hockering; 10 acres abutting on a common way to the north; Neats Closes, 18 acres; Woodland Close, 18 acres; 2 acres in the field of Hockering; 2½ acres in Woodland Close; 8 acres 1 rood in Bushells Yard; two pieces of 5 acres and 2 acres in Furr Close, 5 acres 3 roods. Mortgage by William Lambe to Anne Yallop EVL 396/31, 461 x 5 1680
Two closes, each 2 acres, abutting on a way from Weston to Hockering to the south; close, 2 acres, in Firr Pightle; 1 acre abutting on a packway from Hungate Green to Lunwade Mill to the east; Broad Acre, 1 acre; 4 acres in Somerfield furlong abutting on a packway to the west and Buxton way to the south. EVL 396/32, 461 x 5 1680-1685
Mortgaged by William Lambe to Edmund Ferrer in 1680. With assignments of mortgage, 1682 and 1685.
Close, 3 acres, in Weston abutting on common way from Hungate Green to Lyng Mill to the west; 3½ acres abutting on a pack way to the east; messuage and croft, 4 acres abutting on a pack way to the west; Broad Acre, next to Buxton Way to the south; 4 acres in Somerfield furlong. EVL 396/33, 461 x 5 1680
Mortgaged by William Lambe to John Filby, with bond.
Messuage, yards, gardens, barns, stables, and homestall, 6 acres, in Weston, next to a way from Hungate Common to Lyng Mills to the south, and a way from Hockering to Lunwade Mills to the east and north; messuage in Weston with two cottages and c. 50 acres in Weston. EVL 396/34, 461 x 5 1683, 1685
Mortgaged by William Lambe to John Harbord and Henry Rookwood in 1683; and to Philippa Reeve in 1685.
Final concord: Edward Lombe and Nicholas Robinson, querents; William Tooley and his wife, Elizabeth, Edward Yaxley and his wife Philippa, and Valentine Poll and his wife Francis, deforciants; messuages and land in Weston, Hockering, and Snettisham. EVL 396/35, 461 x 5 1687
Copy of inquisition post mortem of William Lambe, 1603. With copy of the answer of William Genery, one of the defendants to the information of Sir James Ley, Knight, attorney of the court of wards and liveries, concerning lands held by William Lambe at his death, nd. EVL 396/36, 461 x 5 1603
Particular of the lands of William Lambe in Hockering EVL 396/37, 461 x 5 1616
Abstract of action of ejectment, Robert Mayard v. William Lambe, concerning 6 acres 1 rood of land and 8 acres of pasture in Hockering. EVL 396/38, 461 x 5 nd; 17th cent
Bond, Thomas Cooke to Thomas Lombe, to pay £20 given to his wife by the will of William Cooke, Thomas' father. EVL 396/39, 461 x 5 1621
Particulars of lands in Hockering. EVL 396/40, 461 x 5 1636
Bond, Richard Bunsdell to William Lambe for the payment of £4 and agreement that Bunsdell will discharge Lambe of arrears of rents and incumbrances on 2 acres in Weston abutting on a packway to the west, bought by him from Bunsdell. EVL 396/41, 461 x 5 1661
Bond, Martin Dewing to Edward Lombe, for the payment of £21.4s. to Thomas and John Dewing, Martin's brothers EVL 396/42, 461 x 5 1668
Account of the executor of "my brother", Edward Lombe. EVL 396/43, 461 x 5 1670
Petition of John Lombe, prisoner in the county gaol, to Horatio Townsend, Lord Lieutenant, that he is under restraint as a person ill affected to the present government asking for leave to give security for quiet behaviour, n.d. EVL 396/44, 461 x 5 c. 1661-1670
Warrant by William Salter to acknowledge satisfaction upon a judgement against William Lombe in the court of common pleas. EVL 396/45, 461 x 5 1683
Extract from the will of Myles Stapleton, made in 1442. EVL 396/46, 461 x 5 17th century
Arbitration award between Anne Bettes and Thomas Certe and others in the matter of her claim to dower on land in Haughley, Wetherden, Harleston, and Shelland (co. Suffolk) EVL 396/47, 461 x 5 1553
"A warrant unto the creditors of Mr. Calthorpe." EVL 396/48, 461 x 5 1578
"Proofs by divers inquisitions, letters patent, and presentments that Henry Mannsell, Walter Mannsell, and Robert Robell were seised of the moiety of the manor of Hempstead from 14 Ed. 3 until 5 H.4, and that during that time Walter Walcote, Roger de Boys and others had the advowson of Hempstead in fee and in grosse and not appendant". EVL 396/49, 461 x 5 nd; c. 1611
(Robert Wood, lord of the manor, brought a writ of quare impedit against the bishop of Norwich in 1611, after the presentation of Thomas Haslop to the rectory by the bishop)
Acquittance by John Codman alias Graver to John Grene of £10.10s for re-entry of a tenement and land in Eccles. EVL 396/50, 461 x 5 1593
Deposition of Christian Graver, wife of John Graver alias Codman, that John Hartstung her father on his death bed charged his son Thomas not to intermeddle in the controversy between Eccles and Sea Palling. EVL 396/51, 461 x 5 1616
Deposition of Christopher Smith that he had cast the wet ditch at Elsyes gate and was hired to do the same partly by the town of Palling, and partly by John Hartstung of Eccles.
"To prove the ground in question to be within the bounds of Eccles, not in Palling". EVL 396/52, 461 x 5 nd
Agreement between Thomas Gooch and others and William Shipman, master of the pinke Speedwell of Great Yarmouth for the carriage of wine from Bordeaux to Great Yarmouth. EVL 396/53, 461 x 5 1681
Bill of Coles dr. to Ann Sporle. EVL 396/54, 461 x 5 1683
Three pieces of land in Hockering. EVL 397/1, 461 x 6 August 1384
Grant by Margaret Heywarde to John Coppyng and his wife Isabella.
Grant by Thomas Brown to William Warner, John Coppyng and Thomas Cesyle of all his lands and tenements in Hockering. EVL 397/2, 461 x 6 March, 1405
1 parchment, part of seal
Messuage with croft next to highway from Elsing to Weston to the north, and abutting on highway from Honingham to Lyng to the east, six pieces of arable land. EVL 397/3, 461 x 6 May, 1419
Grant by John Coppyng to Robert Gyrling.
Messuage and 14 acres in Hockering EVL 397/4, 461 x 6 1418, 1425
2 parchments, joined by seal tags. Seals
Quitclaim by William Coppyng to John Coppyng, 29 September, 1418. Grant by John Coppyng to Margaret, wife of Roger Colyn, William Atte Hyll and Simon Buteler. 4 February, 1425
Grant by Margaret Colyn, William Atte Hyll, and Simon Buteler to Robert Pyrt, Thomas Seggeford and his son Augustine. March, 1425.
Messuage called Colynys in Weston with land, Weston and Hockering. EVL 397/5, 461 x 6 September, 1430
Lease for four years by Robert Sampsen to Robert Pyrt.
Lands and tenements in Hockering. EVL 397/6, 461 x 6 October, 1491
Feoffment by Alice Pyrt to John Woodward, clerk. 7 June, 1491. Seal.
Feoffment by John Woodward to John Pyrt, his wife Alice, and Henry Ayston.
Feoffment by Alice Wattys, widow of John Wattys and late wife of John Pyrt, to Robert Smyth, of all her lands and tenements in Hockering. 4 March, 1506. EVL 397/7, 461 x 6 March 1506
Feoffment by Robert Smyth and Robert Barsham to Alice Wattys.
Two pieces of land in a field called Bezongyewode in Hockering. Grant by John Hoxton to William Atte Hyrne, clerk. EVL 397/8, 461 x 6 March, 1431
Piece of land with a house and land in Eccles. EVL 397/9, 461 x 6 March, 1468
Grant by Agnes Leewys to John Velwet and his wife Cecilia.
Two messuages in Cawston at Alwyngton, and three pieces of land in the field of Alwyngton. EVL 397/10, 461 x 6 June 1492
Feoffment by John Barker and William at Heythe to Simon Bettys.
Original will of Matilda Lyown EVL 397/11, 461 x 6 August, 1416
2 acres of land in Hockering abutting on a common way from Lyng to Hockering to the west. EVL 397/12, 461 x 6 1557
Grant by Henry Ketyll to John Chapman.
10½ acres in six pieces in Hockering; Lease for thirteen years by Thomas Smalpece to William Lombe. EVL 397/13, 461 x 6 1577
11 acres 1 rood of copyhold land in Hockering. Admission of William Lame by copy of court roll of the manor of Hockering on the death of Thomas Lambe. EVL 397/14, 461 x 6 1564
Messuage, garden, and 56 acres of land in Weston. Fine; Richard Berridge and William Lamb, querents; John Lyon and his wife, Elizabeth, deforciants. EVL 397/15, 461 x 6 1679
Memorandum of recovery suffered in 1683 on three messuages and 50 acres in Weston and Hockering by William Lambe and his wife Judith, demandants, and John Harbord and Henry Rookwood, defendants. EVL 397/16, 461 x 6 1683
Quittance of Alice Begott for 20s. received from Humfrey Smalpece. EVL 397/17, 461 x 6 1513
Part of rental for Weston, with receipt for rent paid by Thomas Lambe EVL 397/18, 461 x 6 1565
"A belle for the Kynges bench and the presners and the mayned soulgers" EVL 397/19, 461 x 6 1608
With particular of William Lombe's lands on dorse.
Copy of mandate, John Dover, steward of the manor of Hockering, to Arthur Chapman, bailiff to release William Lambe and to deliver to him his horses which were impounded by Thomas Salter, steward, on condition that Lambe appear at the next court. With bond of William Lambe to prosecute an action of taking and withholding against Thomas Salter. EVL 397/20, 461 x 6 1616
Bond, Richard Bunsdell to William Lambe, for payment for £4. EVL 397/21, 461 x 6 1661
Copy of the will of William Lambe, made in 1666. EVL 397/22, 461 x 6 1666
Receipt for £30, William Bogays and Samuel Wecolt to William Lambe. EVL 397/23, 461 x 6 1679
Receipt, Thomas Lombe to his brother Edward Lombe. EVL 397/24, 461 x 6 1684
List of ship's ropes EVL 397/25, 461 x 6 nd [17th century]
Close, 4 acres, with messuage in Weston abutting on a way from Weston rectory to Hungate to the south; 6 acres of waste land in two pieces in Weston. EVL 398, 461 x 6 1554 - 1571
Mortgage by William Manne to Thomas Poule in 1554; conveyed by Manne to Robert Neve in 1557. Conveyed by Robert Tylney and Richard Neve, Robert Neve's executors, to Robert Rayner in 1561. Mortgaged by Rayner to Robert Gryme in 1564; conveyed by Gryme to Thomas and William Lombe in 1571.
Pyrtes Close, 10 acres, in Hockering. Lease for ten years by Robert Smalpece to John Chapman. EVL 399, 461 x 6 1557
Probate of the will of Robert Smalpece. EVL 400, 461 x 6 1579
Messuage and 20 acres; Furr Close, 7½ acres, in Hockering. Lease for ten years by Thomas Smalpece to John Crotch. EVL 401, 461 x 6 1628
Messuage at Overgate, Hockering. Lease for twelve years by Thomas Smalpece to William Reade. EVL 402, 461 x 6 1628
Particular of lands of Thomas Smalpece in Hockering. EVL 403, 461 x 6 1632
Close, 9 acres 1 rood, near William Lambe's mansion house; two closes, 30½ acres and 10½ acres in Hockering. Messuage and 36 acres in Hockering conveyed by Peter Gunman to Francis Smalpece in 1616; and conveyed with other property in Hockering by Thomas Smalpece to Richard Shipden in 1637. Conveyed by Richard Shipden to William Lambe in 1637. EVL 404, 461 x 7 1616, 1637
Purchase agreement between Richard Shipden and William Lambe for close, 9½ acres, and two closes, 30½ acres and 10½ acres. EVL 405, 461 x 6 1637
Final concord relating to land in Weston and Hockering EVL 406, 461 x 7 1557-1637
John Chapman, querent; John and Margaret Lyon, deforciants. 1557.
Thomas Lambe, querent; John and Alice Chapman, deforciants, 1562.
Richard and John Shipden, querents; Thomas and Anne Smalpece deforciants, 1637.
Tenement and 10 acres in Weston. Conveyance by Robert Rosse to Katheryn Lambe and William Lambe junior in 1604. EVL 407, 461 x 7 1604
1 acre with a house in Weston. EVL 408, 461 x 7 1603-1659
Conveyed by Robert Rosse to Anne Archer in 1603; mortgaged by Mary Archer, Anne's granddaughter, to Cornelius Joyse in 1632. Conveyed by Thomasin Joyce and Cornelius Joyse junior to William Lambe in 1659.
Messuage and 7 acres 1 rood at Hungate Green, Weston. Grant by Robert Ayleff to Cecily Ayleff, his wife, Robert Sherrer, and Philip Lyon. March EVL 409, 461 x 7 1497
2 acres of arable land in two pieces in Hockering. Feoffment by Robert Smalpece to John Lyon. EVL 410, 461 x 7 1538
6 acres in Weston abutting on a way from Grenesgate to Spixworth Lane to the north. Conveyance by Robert Rosse to Philip Lyon EVL 411, 461 x 7 1598
12 acres of land in four pieces in Weston. Conveyance by Robert Rosse to Philip Lyon EVL 412, 461 x 7 1603
3 roods next to Weston rectory to the south, ½ acre abutting on a common way from Hungate to Weston church to the north; 2 acres with a messuage; 3 acres; all held of the manor of Costessey, and to which John Lambe was admitted on the surrender of John Lyon in 1640. Copies of court roll EVL 413, 461 x 7 1551-1671
3 roods in Weston called Lyons Croft, Conveyance by John and William Lyon to William Lambe. EVL 414, 461 x 7 1648
Copy of the will of John Lyon, made in 1658. EVL 415, 461 x 7 1658
Bond for quiet enjoyment of 10 acres in Weston, Philip Lyon to Thomas Syer. EVL 416, 461 x 7 1659
4 acres in Weston, devised by the will of John Lyon to Philip Lyon. Released by Philip Lyon and Thomas Syer to John Lyon in 1666. With bonds of Philip Lyon and Syer not to claim any title to the land. EVL 417, 461 x 7 1666
3 acres in Weston, abutting on a road from Hungate Green to Lyng Mill to the west and a highway to the south. EVL 418, 461 x 8 1662 - 1680
Conveyed by Bridgitt Lyon to John Lyon in 1662; mortgaged by John Lyon to Henry Crowe in 1663. Released by Ann Lyon to Elizabeth Lyon, John's widow, in 1680.
Close, 3 acres, abutting on a common way from Hungate Green to Lyng Mill, west; 3½ acres abutting on first close to the west; messuage and 4 acres adjoining Hungate Green to the south; Broad Acre, 1 acre; 4 acres in Somerfield furlong. Bargain and sale by John Lyon and his wife Elizabeth to William Lambe, 1678. Mortgage by William Lambe to John Filby, 1680 EVL 419, 461 x 8 1678, 1680
23 acres 2 roods of copyhold land in Hockering, held of the manor of Hockering, admission of William Lambe on the death of his father William Lambe. EVL 420, 461 x 8 1670
Marriage settlement of William Lambe and Judith Sheffield. EVL 421, 461 x 8 1678
7 acres 1 rood of copyhold land in Weston, held of the manor of Costessey, admission of William and Judith Lambe on the surrender of Lambe and Henry Watts. EVL 422, 461 x 8 1679
9 acres 1 rood in Hockering; two closes, 30½ acres; 10½ acres in several pieces; 10 acres; Neats Closes, 18 acres, and other pieces of land, c. 25 acres EVL 423, 461 x 8 1685
Mortgaged by William Lambe to Anne Yallop in 1685, mortgage assigned to Charles Love in 1685.
21 acres in several pieces in Weston. Assignment of mortgage by Edmund Ferrer and William Lambe to Simon Davy EVL 424, 461 x 8 1682
Copy admission of Edward Lombe and his wife Elizabeth on the surrender of William Lambe and his wife Judith to all other land held of the manor of Hockering. EVL 425, 461 x 8 1687
Bonds to Thomas and William Lambe to perform covenants. EVL 426, 461 x 8 1546-1574
Copy petition by Thomas Bussell to Robert, Earl of Salisbury, Lord Treasurer and Master of the Court of Wards and Liveries, concerning a capital messuage in Weston and c. 200 acres of land held in wardship for William Lambe, a minor, after the death of his father, William Lambe. 1611. With copy of bill against William Genery, husband of William Lambe's widow. EVL 427, 461 x 8 1611
Note of freehold lands held by Thomas Lambe at the time of his death EVL 428, 461 x 8 n.d. [17th century]