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ARCHIVE OF THE FREWEN FAMILY OF BRICKWALL IN NORTHIAM


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Reference FRE
Covering dates 1291 - 1922
Held by East Sussex Record Office
Extent 65 series
Creators Frewen family of Brickwall, Northiam, East Sussex; Turner family of Cold Overton, East Sussex
Arrangement Family
1-3 Pedigrees; 1855-1880
4-27 Marriage settlements (main line); 1656-1847
28-42 Marriage settlements (subsidiary branches); 1722-1839
43-50 Marriage settlements (miscellaneous); 1719-1897
51-157 Wills; 1576-1864
158-165 Letters of administration; 1669-1845
166-282 Executorship and administration papers; 1628-1904
283-312 Estate: abstracts of title and schedules of deeds relating to the family estates; [1587]-1886
313-324 Estate: papers concerning family investments; 1720-1897
325-337 Estate: trustees estate accounts and general papers; 1738-1914
338-341 Estate: papers relating to the Lincolnshire estate; 1640-c1750
342-345 Estate: papers relating to the estate at Brafferton, Boroughbridge, Yorkshire; c1693-1703
346-361 Estate: papers concerning alterations and repairs to properties; 1781-1786
362-369 Conveyances and settlements: sales of estate; 1617-1762
370-379 Conveyances and settlements: miscellaneous settlements; 1649-1798
380-384 Conveyances and settlements: settlement of the Brickwall estate; 1752-1842
385-393 Conveyances and settlements: papers concerning the financial affairs of Thomas [II] and Thomas [III] Frewen, sale of timber and lettings of the Brickwall estate; 1717-1778
394-415 Conveyances and settlements: various financial transactions; 1702-1863
416-418 Conveyances and settlements: charitable trusts; 1847-1848
419 Mortgages: Manor of Goatley by Thomas [I] Frewen; 1692
420-426 Mortgages: undertaken by Sir Edward Frewen of Brickwall; 1708-1713
427-435 Mortgages: undertaken by Thomas [II] Frewen of Brickwall; 1719-1737
436-449 Mortgages: undertaken by Thomas [III] Frewen of Brickwall and his mother Martha Frewen; 1743-1751
450-454 Mortgages: undertaken by the trustees of the Brickwall estate; 1764-1774
455-465 Law suits: miscellaneous case papers; 1697-1885
466-477 Law suits: litigation entered by Thomas [IV] Frewen of Brickwall; 1838-1869
478-490 Law suits: legal bills and accounts; 1771-1882
491-499 Miscellaneous early deeds: deeds of the Frewen family; 1591-1666
500-518 Miscellaneous early deeds: deeds of the Turner family; 1622-1696
Personal
519-542 Account books; c1582-c1900
543-591 Other accounts; 1642-1914
592-597 Papers of the Rev John Frewen (d 1628); 1587-1612
598-605 Papers of the Rev Accepted Frewen (1588-1664), Archbishop of York; c1612-1660
606-615 Papers of the Jeake family of Rye; 1558-c1700
616-621 Other papers; 1643-1670
622-684 Papers of John Frewen of Lincoln's Inn (1672-1733) including case papers in More v Greenhill, Crowe v Elliott and various deeds; 1696-1731
685-692 Papers of the Rev John Frewen of Sapcote (1677-1735); c1640-1730
693-694 Papers of Thomas [II] Frewen of Brickwall (1687-1738); c1700-1752
695-698 Papers of Thomas Frewen of Northiam, attorney (1691-1767); 1711-1752
699-702 Papers of the Rev John Frewen of Guestling (1702-1743); 1725-1736
703 Papers of Selina Turner of Cold Overton (1686-1770); c1750
704-705 Papers of Thomas [III] Frewen of Brickwall (1716-1766); 1686-1763
706-713 Papers of the Rev Thomas Frewen [Turner] of Sapcote (1708-1791); 1731-1800
714-734 Papers of Dr Edward Frewen of Robertsbridge (1709-1787); 1718-1785
735-740 Papers of the Rev Stanley Burrough of Sapcote, formerly head of Rugby School (1725-1807); 1761-1780
741-770 Papers of Colonel John Frewen [Turner] of Cold Overton Hall (1755-1829); 1769-1805
771-778 Papers of the Rev Edward Frewen of Frating-cum-Thorrington, Essex (1744-1831); 1767-c1800
779-787 Papers of Mary Frewen of Brickwall (1753-1811); 1733-1810
787-878 Papers of Thomas [IV] Frewen of Brickwall (1811-1870); c1820-1869
879-1017 Papers of Colonel Edward Frewen of Brickwall (1850-1919); 1823-1920
1018-1053 Other personal papers; c1648-1937
1054-1126 Printed material; 1623-1831
Correspondence
Correspondence - Frewen and Turner families
1127-1129 Letters to John Turner of Fulham, merchant (d 1669); 1643-1665
1130-1134 Letters to Richard Turner; 1694-1695
1135-1140 Letters to Henry Turner of Cold Overton, Sergeant-at-law (1657-1724); 1683-1719
1141-1142 Letters from Henry Turner; 1707-1713
1143-1147 Letters concerning Henry Turner; 1700-1731
1148-1159 Letters to John Turner of Cold Overton (1691-1753); 1711-1752
1160-1162 Letters to Selina Turner of Cold Overton (1686-1770); 1749-1757
1163-1164 Letters to Thomas [I] Frewen of Brickwall (1630-1702); 1698-1700
1165-1172 Letters to Thomas [III] Frewen of Brickwall (1716-1766); 1742-1758
1173-1176 Letters from Thomas [III] Frewen; 1758-1766
1177 Letters to Mrs Rachel Frewen of Stanford, Berkshire (1675-1752); 1700 x 1708
1178-1180 Letters to the Rev John Frewen of Sapcote (1677-1735); 1715-1735
1181-1236 Letters to the Rev Thomas Frewen [Turner] of Sapcote (1708-1791); 1750-1787
1237-1268 Letters to Thomas Frewen of Church House, Northiam (1691-1767); 1727-c1760
1269 Letters from Thomas Frewen; 1739
1270-1305 Letters to the Rev Thankful Frewen of Northiam (1699-1749); 1714-1742
1306-1307 Letters from the Rev John Frewen of Sapcote, Leicestershire (1677-1735); 1718-1722
1308 Letter to Thomas Frewen of Rye, surgeon (1704-1790); 1739
1309-1396 Letters to Laton Frewen [Turner] of Brafferton Hall, Brafferton, Yorkshire (1694-1727); 1735-1770
1397-1398 Letters from Laton Frewen [Turner]; 1766-1770
Correspondence - Colonel John Frewen [Turner - surname assumed after 1791] of Cold Overton Hall, Leicestershire (1755-1829)
1399-2150 General correspondence; 1773-1814
2151 Copy out-letters; 1781-1789
2152-2350 Letters from Mary Frewen; 1780-1811
2351-2384 Letters from the Rev Robert Thomlinson of Hambleton, Rutland; 1800-1810
2385-2401 Letters from the Rev Stanley Burrough of Sapcote (1725-1807); 1779-1806
2402-2451 Letters from George Bell of Topcliffe, Yorkshire; 1784-1804
2452-2536 Letters from William James Thompson; 1797-1813
2537-2566 Letters from William Ades of Oakham, Rutland, attorney; 1797-1810
2567-2658 Letters from Dr Thomas Bishopp of Leicester,MD (1771-); 1792-1811
2659-2693 Letters to and from the Rev John Bishopp of Copdock, Suffolk (1780-1856); 1801-1808
2694-2779 Letters from Robert Simpkin; 1807-1814
Correspondence - Mary Frewen
2780-2845 Correspondence; 1773-1811
Correspondence - Thomas Frewen [IV] of Brickwall
2846-2982 General correspondence; 1829-1870
2983-3010 Letters concerning the erection of Trinity Church, Leicester; 1836-1839
3011-3840 Correspondence with William Nanson of Middlesex (formerly of Carlisle), solicitor; 1832-1863
3841-4001 Letters from Edward W James of Ely Place, London, solicitor; 1863-1870
4002-4170 Other letters; 1836-1868
Correspondence - Colonel Edward Frewen
4171-4174 Letters from his mother Helen Louisa Frewen; 1854-1885
4175-4179 Letters from his brothers Moreton and Richard Frewen; 1868-1911
4180-4181 Letters from his brother and sister Stephen Frewen and Anne Louisa Frewen, and his half-sisters Eleanor Carter and Selina Powel; 1860-1877
4182-4183 Letters from his wife, Anne (née Byng); 1873-1875
4184-4186 Letters from his grand mother Eleanor Frewen Turner, his uncle Charles Hay Frewen, and his cousins John, Selina Mabelle and Robert Frewen Martin; 1853, 1870-1920
4187-4189 Letters (also to Mrs Frewen) from his sons Thomas and Edward Laton Frewen, and his grandchildren Reginald and John Frewen; 1893-1922
4190-4199 General correspondence from friends and acquaintances, beginning with his childhood and school correspondence, sporting and political interests, military career; 1855-1919
4200-4202 Correspondence as a member of the Sussex Registration Society concerning the Parliamentary elections; 1872-1905
4203-4213 Business correspondence; 1866-1920
Correspondence - Anne Frewen
4214-4222 Letters from her husband Edward Frewen; 1906-1918
Correspondence - Jeake and associated families
4223 Volume of correspondence of John Peerson, Ann Jeake (née Peerson) and Samuel Jeake the elder; 1589-1675
4224-4779 Letters to Samuel Jeake the elder (1623-1690); 1659-1684
4780-4796 Draft, copy and shorthand letters of Samuel Jeake the elder; 1661-c1672
4797-4813 Papers found with the correspondence of Samuel Jeake the elder; 1663-c1681
4814-5249 Letters to Samuel Jeake the younger; 1664-1686
5250-5262 Papers found with the letters of Samuel Jeake the younger; c1672-c1850
5263-5300 Letters to Samuel Jeake the younger's mother-in-law, Barbara Hartshorne; 1654-1689
5301-5333 Letters from Samuel Jeake the younger to his wife Elizabeth; 1696-1699
5334-5336 Letters to Elizabeth Jeake; 1693
5337-5358 Letters from Elizabeth Jeake, widow to her mother Barbara Hartshorne; 1701
5359-5420 Miscellaneous correspondence; 1661-1748
5421-5634 Letters from the Rev John Allin to Dr Philip Frith and Samuel Jeake, both of Rye; 1663-1674
5635-5703 Miscellaneous correspondence of Dr Frith and family; 1640-1668
Correspondence - Jeremiah Curteis of Rye
5704-5721 Correspondence; 1759-1765
5722-5787 Correspondence; 1766
5788-5841 Correspondence; 1767
5842-6167 Correspondence; 1768
6168-6173 Correspondence; 1770
6174-6423 Correspondence; 1771
6424-6428 Correspondence; 1772
6429-6599 Correspondence; 1773-1774
6600-6724 Correspondence; c1767-1774
6725-6741 Correspondence; 1778-1799
6742-6759 Miscellaneous papers and correspondence; 1664-1867
Correspondence - other letters
6760 Anonymous letter; 1707
6761-6773 Letters from Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough to Charles Hay Frewen and others, as agents for her estate at Crowhurst in Surrey; 1718-1740
6774 Copies of letters of Francis Atterbury, Bishop of Rochester; 1721-1723
6775-6882 Correspondence of Captain David Hay, RN; 1758-1784
6883-6891 Miscellaneous correspondence of the Rev Stanley Burrough and various acquaintances of the Leicestershire Frewens; 1775-c1800
6892-6894 Copies of correspondence between John Plomley of Hole Farm, Northiam and the Rev J Durham of Beckley; 1810
Estate
Title deeds - Sussex and Kent
6895-6961 Pre-1600 deeds: Northiam; 1295-1588
6962-6986 Pre-1600 deeds: Beckley; 1338-1588
6987-6997 Pre-1600 deeds: Brede; 1356-1542
6998-7007 Pre-1600 deeds: Fairlight, Guestling, Jevington, Mountfield, Pett, Westfield; 1359-1562
7008-7010 Pre-1600 deeds: Goring in Oxfordshire, Swanwick, Birchwood and Somercotes in Alfreton in Derbyshire, Brede, Northiam; 1173 x 1197-c1850
7011 Abstract of deeds of property in Brede and Northiam, 1291-1542; 1857
7012-7017 Properties purchased by Stephen Frewen: Brickwall House, Manor of Brownsmith and lands, Northiam, Beckley and Brede; 1619-1666
7018-7020 Properties purchased by Stephen Frewen: land (52a) in Dixter Marsh, Northiam; 1637-1669
7021-7030 Properties purchased by Stephen Frewen: farms called Idens, Sowdens, Reasons, Sampsons, Smoles and Sherefoldes, tenement and woodground, Brede; 1653-1673
7031-7072 Properties purchased by Stephen Frewen: Manor of Delmonden, Hawkhurst; 1521-1641
7073-7079 Additions to the estate: Brede Place Estate; 1671-c1710
7080-7089 Additions to the estate: properties purchased in 1790 by the Rev Thomas Frewen Turner in Beckley and Northiam; 1668-1790
7090-7142 Additions to the estate: properties purchased in 1793 by Colonel John Frewen Turner - Blatches Farm, Northiam; 1643-1801
7143 Additions to the estate: properties purchased by Colonel John Frewen Turner - waste of the Rape of Hastings; 1825
7144-7171 Additions to the estate: properties purchased by Thomas [IV] Frewen - messuage and tanyard called Morley, Northiam; 1796-1834
7172-7175 Additions to the estate: properties purchased by Thomas [IV] Frewen - Common Woods Farm and part of Well-house Farm, Northiam; 1847
7176-7192 Additions to the estate: properties purchased by Thomas [IV] Frewen - Knelle Estate, Beckley; 1849-1851
7193-7196 Additions to the estate: properties purchased by Thomas [IV] Frewen - cottage and land, Brede; 1835-1842
7197-7203 Additions to the estate: properties purchased by Thomas [IV] Frewen - land at Broad Oak, Brede; 1782-1847
7204-7214 Additions to the estate: properties purchased by Thomas [IV] Frewen - exchanges and purchases of land in Brede; 1834-1845
7215-7223 Additions to the estate: properties purchased by Thomas [IV] Frewen - Maidlands Farm, Brede; 1716-1810
7224 Additions to the estate: properties purchased by Thomas [IV] Frewen - Barnax otherwise Broadnax, Beckley; 1753
7225-7232 Miscellaneous deeds of the Frewen and allied families: property in Newenden and Sandhurst; 1546-1601
7233-7249 Miscellaneous deeds of the Frewen and allied families: Hornebrook Farm in Woodchurch and Kenardington and other properties of Joseph Tucker of Rye, gent in Brenzett, Brookland, Ebony, Fairfield, High Halden; 1640-1717
7250-7253 Miscellaneous deeds of the Frewen and allied families: Manor of Jacques Court, Lydd mortgaged to Joseph Tucker of Rye, gent; 1628-1706
7254-7263 Miscellaneous deeds of the Frewen and allied families: Arlington, Icklesham, Northiam, Pevensey, Rye, Marylebone in Middlesex; 1668-1790
7264-7266 Miscellaneous deeds: Birchenarshe in Cowfold; 1548-1694
7267-7271 Miscellaneous deeds: properties in Rye; 1607-1679
7272-7276 Miscellaneous deeds: properties in Bexhill, Chiddingly, Hooe, Rodmell, Udimore; 1609-1672
7277-7279 Miscellaneous deeds: Boarders in Burwash and Etchingham; 1683-1698
7280-7288 Miscellaneous deeds: properties in Eastbourne, Iden, Jevington, Mayfield, Ringmer, Ticehurst, Wadhurst, Westfield; 1700-1780
7289-7291 Miscellaneous deeds: copy petition and two bonds relating to the Sewer Commissioners of the Upper Levels of the Rother; c1700-1725
7292 Miscellaneous deeds: map of West-house, Chaffields and Whiteland in Warnham; 1756
7293-7294 Miscellaneous deeds: mortgage of tolls on the Vinehall to Rye turnpike; 1771-1807
7295-7303 Miscellaneous deeds: properties in Cranbrook, Greenwich, Hawkhurst, Marden, Stone and Tenterden in Kent, will of John Baily of Speldhurst; 1639-1698
Sussex estate
7304-7320 Rentals and valuations; 1694-1915
7321-7364 Accounts; 1690-1914
7365-7448 Bills and vouchers; 1705-1889
7449-7534 Leases; 1693-1908
7535-7982 Correspondence; 1739-1912
7983-7993 Estate maps; 1641-1865
7994-8009 Printed and other maps; 1788-1909
8010-8036 Woods: surveys and accounts; 1722-1921
8037-8055 Woods: sale of timber and underwood; 1711-1914
8056-8062 Brickwall House: accounts; 1748-1897
8063-8085 Brickwall House: inventories; c1740-1909
8086-8101 Brickwall House: other papers; c1700-1913
8102-8106 Manorial; 1735-1872
8107 Steward's working papers: Thomas Pix; 1780-1796
8108-8112 Steward's working papers: George Bishopp; 1819-1835
8113-8125 Steward's working papers: Aaron Pinyon; 1833-1859
8126-8150 Steward's working papers: Thomas Burnett Ayerst and Charles Burnett Ayerst; 1862-1918
8151-8163 Other papers: general; 1727-1917
8164-8176 Other papers: sale particulars; 1836-1897
8177-8197 Other papers: parochial and public concerns; 1700-1917
Title deeds - Leicestershire
8198-8267 Cold Overton and Sapcote estates: Manor of Sapcote and Manor of Cold Overton; 1544-1771
8268-8271 Cold Overton and Sapcote estates: Cold Overton Park; 1640-1718
8272-8283 Cold Overton and Sapcote estates: closes called Cooksons and Yardwells, land called the New Meadow, part of the Great Ground, Cold Overton; 1689-1721
8284-8297 Cold Overton and Sapcote estates: mortgages; 1647-1728
8298-8312 Cold Overton and Sapcote estates: case papers in St John v Turner; 1655-1700
8313-8341 Cold Overton and Sapcote estates: assignments of debt in St John v Turner; 1646-1700
8342-8350 Cold Overton and Sapcote estates: other papers in St John v Turner; 1658-1730
8351-8417 Additions to the estate: closes of land, Cold Overton; 1642-1827
8418-8439 Additions to the estate: Manor of Knossington, Rutland; 1743-1830
8440-8457 Additions to the estate: parcels of land, Knossington; 1728-1856
8458-8468 Additions to the estate: Rickelbarrow Hill, Knossington and Owston; 1697-1825
8469-8477 Additions to the estate: parcel of land near the Hospital and parcel of land called the Homestead or the Grass Yard, Knossington; 1759-1827
8478-8497 Additions to the estate: messuage and land, Knossington; [1746]-1833
8498-8510 Additions to the estate: Manor of Whissendine and Manor of Teigh; 1677-1836
8511-8531 Additions to the estate: messuages, kiln, malting rooms and land, Sapcote; 1672-1803
8532-8543 Additions to the estate: cottage and premises, Sapcote; 1675-1778
8544-8548 Additions to the estate: messuage and land, Sapcote; 1683-1762
8549-8569 Additions to the estate: cottage and land, Sapcote; 1688-1719
8570-8589 Additions to the estate: messuage, malting office and premises, Sapcote; 1711-1804
8590-8612 Additions to the estate: messuage and land, Sapcote; 1723-1780
8613 Number not used
8614-8621 Additions to the estate: messuage and land, Sapcote; 1734-1810
8622-8627 Additions to the estate: cottage and land, Sapcote; 1739-1775
8628-8631 Additions to the estate: part of a messuage and land, Sapcote; 1740-1783
8632-8648 Additions to the estate: messuage divided into two dwellings and a newly built messuage, Sapcote; 1743-c1800
8649-8673 Additions to the estate: messuage and land, Sapcote and Stoney Stanton; 1750-1816
8674-8680 Additions to the estate: dwelling house, Sapcote; 1762-1779
8681-8689 Additions to the estate: cottage and yard, Sapcote; 1763-1848
8690-8695 Additions to the estate: messuages and closes, Sapcote and Stoney Stanton; 1782-1806
8696 Additions to the estate: cottage and garden, Sapcote; 1797
8697-8724 Additions to the estate: closes called Hob's Acre, Sapcote and various properties in Stoney Stanton; [1773]-c1850
8725-8739 Additions to the estate: cottage and land, Stoney Stanton and Potters Marston; 1692-1786
8740-8756 Additions to the estate: messuage and land, Stoney Stanton and Sharnford; 1696-1732
8757-8764 Additions to the estate; land, Sharnford; 1765-c1830
Leicestershire estate
8765-8786 Rentals and valuations: general series; 1674-1915
8787-8804 Rentals and valuations: memoranda and particulars; c1500-c1900
8805-8824 Accounts: general; 1665-1917
8825-8835 Accounts: miscellaneous accounts; 1763-1917
8836-8861 Accounts: bills and vouchers; 1665-1870
8862-8967 Leases; 1672-1778
8968-8997 Correspondence: various early letters; 1670-1717
8998-9228 Correspondence: letters from William Spencer, agent of the Sapcote Estate to Colonel John Frewen; 1790-1814
9229-9310 Correspondence: general estate correspondence; 1837-1860
9311 Number not used
9312-9363 Correspondence: letters from Thomas Spencer, estate agent to Thomas [IV] Frewen; 1857-1860
9364-9409 Correspondence: letters from Joshua Spencer, estate agent to Thomas [IV] Frewen; 1860-1864
9410-9504 Correspondence: letters from William Spencer, estate agent to Thomas [IV] Frewen; 1864-1870
9505-9524 Correspondence: purchase of the advowson of Stoney Stanton; 1860
9525-9590 Correspondence: general estate correspondence; 1862-1870
9591-9627 Correspondence: letters to Thomas [IV] Frewen concerning the search for coal at Sapcote; 1864-1870
9628-9631 Correspondence: letters concerning the erection of cottages at the brickyard, Sapcote; 1874
9632-9637 Maps and plans; 1764-c1900
9638-9672 Cold Overton Hall; 1684-1902
9673-9677 Other records: sale particulars; c1845-1916
9678-9704 Other records: parochial and public concerns; 1727-c1900
9705-9713 Other records: general; 1713-1879

Administrative history:
The earliest recorded Frewens lived in Worcestershire in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries (Detailed family memoirs compiled by Thomas [IV] Frewen are extant (FRE/826-833), A L Frewen History of Brickwall (1909), FRE/52-55). The Sussex branch of the family was founded by the Rev John Frewen (d 1628) who came to Northiam in 1583 as rector on the presentment of his father, Richard Frewen of Ripple, Worcestershire (d 1584), who had recently purchased the advowson of the parish (DNB and M A Lower The Worthies of Sussex pp 49-52). The Rev John Frewen raised a large family there, probably living at first in the house called 'Carriers' (VCH 9 p 272), and subsequently at Church House, Northiam (I Nairn and N Pevsner The Buildings of England: Sussex p 574). He was a notable puritan, and author of theological works (FRE/592-596). His eldest son, Accepted Frewen (d 1664), also became an eminent theologian and Royalist, and was confirmed as Archbishop of York in 1660 at the Restoration of Charles II (DNB and M A Lower The Worthies of Sussex pp 49-52). The Rev John Frewen's third surviving son, John, succeeded his father as rector of Northiam and he and his descendants continued in residence at Church House (Among them, Thomas Frewen, MD, 1704-1791, see DNB). It was the fourth surviving son, Stephen (d 1679), who, on the profits of his trade as a skinner, purchased Brickwall House in 1666, together with considerable adjoining lands in Northiam and Beckley, and further consolidated the estate in 1671 by the purchase of lands in the nearby parish of Brede (FRE/521 p 166, FRE/826-833, FRE/521 pp 414-415, FRE/7021-7030). He also owned the Manor of Delmonden in Hawkhurst, Kent, drew rent from several houses in London, and in addition had recently purchased a large estate at Bonby, Lincolnshire. This estate and the Manor of Delmonden remained in the Frewen family until c1750 when they were sold off to help pay for the family debts (FRE/341, 368).
Brickwall House was erected by the White family of Northiam, probably in the Sixteenth Century (A L Frewen History of Brickwall (1909) pp 58-59, VCH 9 p 269, I Nairn and N Pevsner The Buildings of England; Sussex p 574-575, FRE/6947, 6953). It was the Frewen home for five generations until the death of Thomas [III] Frewen in 1766. He and his father had incurred considerable debts on the estate and its management accordingly had been placed in the hands of trustees (FRE/38-393). Thomas [III] Frewen was, however, heir to the Leicestershire estate of his uncle, John Turner (d 1753), so that when he to died childless in 1766, both the Sussex and the Leicestershire estates passed to his cousin, Laton Frewen of Brafferton, Yorkshire (FRE/9691). He also died childless, in 1777, whereupon his cousin, the Rev Thomas Frewen of Sapcote, Leicestershire, took up the inheritance as well as the additional surname Turner and moved to the family seat of Cold Overton Hall. After his death in 1791, his son, Colonel John Frewen Turner, continued to live there and also to lead an active public life in Leicestershire (His correspondence (FRE/1399-2151, 8998-9228) shows that he was a benefactor of the parish of Sapcote, as well as an investor in roads, canals and other schemes in Leicestershire), but in 1805 Brickwall House saw the end of a succession of absentee owners when Mary Frewen came from Leicestershire to live there. Her letters to her brother John (FRE/2152-2350) written from 1805 until her death in 1811 show a lively interest in the upkeep of the house and a humane concern for the people of Northiam.
Brickwall regained a squire in 1836 when Thomas [IV] Frewen (He dropped the surname Turner on discovering it was no longer necessary to secure the inheritance of the Leicestershire estate), son of Colonel John Frewen Turner, made his home there, while his mother Eleanor Frewen Turner remained at Cold Overton Hall until her death in 1879 (Cold Overton Hall was disposed of by the family c1904). Thomas Frewen became MP for south Leicestershire in 1835 but abandoned his political career for health reasons. He subsequently interested himself in his family history (FRE/826-833), in editing the theological works of his forebear, the Rev John Frewen (FRE/811-819), and in writing his own (FRE/798-810), as well as in consolidating the family estates, depleted as they were through the financial difficulties of the previous century. It was he who built the Frewen Mausoleum attached to Northiam church (FRE/467-471) and carried out many embellishments to Brickwall House and grounds. But he did not neglect his Leicestershire interests, and was responsible for the erection of Trinity Church, Leicester, 1836-1839 (FRE/2983-3010), and the Stanley Burrough Almshouses at Sapcote, 1849 (FRE/416, 2942).
On Thomas Frewen's death in 1870, his eldest son by his second marriage, Colonel Edward Frewen (1850-1919) succeeded to the Sussex and Leicestershire estates and continued in residence at Brickwall. Far more robust than his father, he was a sportsman and master of the Sussex Hunt (FRE/887-893). He enjoyed an active military career, serving the Boer War, and in the First World War (FRE/879-886). His descendants continue to own Brickwall House.

Contents:
The Frewen archive provides a representative record of the history of a landed family from the 17th century until the death of Colonel Edward Frewen in 1919. Unfortunately however, very little relating to the public life of the early Frewens has survived, and even less relating to the early Turners. This deficit is to some extent made good by an interesting selection of early accounts and memoranda (FRE/519-527), by several full series of Frewen and Turner correspondence, by the manuscripts of the Rev John Frewen and Archbishop Accepted Frewen, as well as by the important correspondence and papers of the Jeake family of Rye (For pedigree of the family, see SAC 13 pp 78-79). The early political and religious tracts (FRE/1054-1126), which may also have belonged to the Jeake family, are also of great interest.
The 13th - 16th century deeds relating to Northiam, Beckley and Brede (FRE/6895-7011) are a useful source of local data and have been listed by the Historical Manuscripts Commission (FRE/932). Regrettably, however, very few manorial records have survived. The management of both the Sussex and Leicestershire estates is well documented, and especially the 19th century management of the Sussex estate. This is a result of the assiduous care of Thomas [IV] Frewen of Brickwall (d 1870) who filed his own correspondence and papers, as well as researching into and listing the more important records of his forbears, thus helping to preserve them for posterity.



Correspondence  [no ref. or date]

Correspondence - Thomas [IV] Frewen [Turner - surname dropped after 1837] of Brickwall  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Thomas Frewen (1811-1870), the son and heir of Colonel John Frewen Turner (1755-1829) and Eleanor Clark (1786-1879), was born at Cold Overton on 26 August 1811. He attended the Rev E Ward's school at Iver, Buckinghamshire in 1826 and the Rev George Hodson's school at Christ Church, Birmingham in 1827; Frewen was admitted to St John's College, Cambridge on 19 March 1829 and he made a balloon ascent from Warwicker's Yard, Barnwell, Cambridgeshire on 23 May 1831. Thomas married firstly Anne Carus-Wilson, the daughter of W Wilson Carus-Wilson of Casterton Hall, Westmoreland, esq, on 4 October 1832 and secondly Helen Louisa Horman, the daughter of Frederick Horman of Arden Wood, County Kildare, esq in 1847. He died at his house called Woodlands, Ore on 14 October 1870. He had assumed the additional surname and arms of Turner in 1829 but dropped them in 1837 when he discovered it was no longer necessary as a condition for inheriting the Turner (Leicestershire) estates, Frewen was MP for South Leicestershire from 1835 to 1836 (having resigned on the grounds of ill health), sheriff of Sussex in 1839 as well as being a JP for many years. His strong interest in his family's history is evident from the extensive annotations which he has made on the documents and from the documents which he acquired or purchased in order to amplify his understanding of the early history of the family.

General correspondence  [no ref. or date]

Letter from Eleanor Frewen Turner, Cold Overton to Thomas Frewen at the Rev J Bickersteth's, Acton, Suffolk with family news  FRE/2846  5 May 1829

Letter from R Tatham, St John's College, Cambridge to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton enclosing his college bill  FRE/2847  1 Jan 1830

Letter from Fernando Arino, 5 Dean Street, Soho, Middlesex sending the wine he has ordered  FRE/2848  2 Feb 1830

Letter from Eleanor Frewen Turner, Cold Overton to Thomas Frewen, St John's College, Cambridge with general news  FRE/2849  3 Feb 1830

Letter from Fernando Arino, 5 Dean Street, Soho, Middlesex concerning the wine he has ordered  FRE/2850  25 Feb 1830

Letter from Eleanor Frewen Turner, Cold Overton to Thomas Frewen, St John's College, Cambridge with general news  FRE/2851  6 Mar 1830

Letter from Eleanor Frewen Turner, Cold Overton to Thomas Frewen at the Rev J Bickersteth's, Acton, Suffolk with general news  FRE/2852  2 Apr 1829

Letter of introduction from Hammersleys and Company of London, bankers to allow Thomas Frewen to change money whilst overseas  FRE/2853  2 Jun 1830

Letter from Messrs Hammersley and Company, London to Thomas Frewen, Lausanne concerning the money bills he has lost  FRE/2854  22 Jun 1830

Letter from Eleanor Frewen Turner, 28 Frinsbury Circus, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Lausanne with general news  FRE/2855  22 Jun 1830

Letter from Messrs Vierorde and Son, Karlsruhe, Germany to Thomas Frewen, Lausanne with news of the discovery of the missing money bills  FRE/2856  30 Jun 1830

Letter from Eleanor Frewen Turner, 28 Frinsbury Circus, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Lausanne with general news  FRE/2857  20 Jul 1830

Letter from L S Martiny, Lausanne to Thomas Frewen, Ouchy concerning the missing money bills (in French)  FRE/2858  29 Jul 1830

Letter from Mary Clark to Thomas Frewen, Lausanne warning him against travelling back through France due to the crisis (caused by the abdication of Charles X and the accession of Louis Philippe)  FRE/2859  6 Aug 1830

Letter from Messrs Vierorde and Son, Karlsruhe, Germany to Thomas Frewen, Lausanne concerning the money bills  FRE/2860  18 Aug 1830

Letter from H Gould of J Cary, 180 Strand, London to Thomas Frewen, St John's College, Cambridge (redirected from the Rev J Bickersteth's, Acton, Suffolk) enclosing his account  FRE/2861  29 Oct 1830

Letter from R Warwick, 145 Strand, London to Thomas Frewen, St John's College, Cambridge enclosing a sketch of his coat of arms  FRE/2862  3 Nov 1830

Letter from Lord Robert Manners, London concerning the £500 which Thomas promised to pay towards Robert's election expenses  FRE/2863  29 Apr 1833

Letter from Lord Robert Manners, London concerning the slavery petition  FRE/2864  1 May 1833

Letter from Joseph Holdsworth, Coplow House, Billesdon, Leicestershire to Thomas Frewen, St John's College, Cambridge (redirected from Brickwall) concerning the mining of coal  FRE/2865  2 Dec 1833

Letter from Joseph Holdsworth, Coplow House, Billesdon, Leicestershire to Thomas Frewen, St John's College, Cambridge concerning the mining of coal  FRE/2866  1 Mar 1834

Draft letter from Thomas Frewen, St John's College, Cambridge to Joseph Holdsworth, Coplow House, Billesdon, Leicestershire concerning the mining of coal  FRE/2867  7 Mar 1834

Draft letter from Thomas Frewen, St John's College, Cambridge to Joseph Holdsworth, Coplow House, Billesdon, Leicestershire concerning the mining of coal  FRE/2868  17 Mar 1834

Letter from Joseph Holdsworth, Coplow House, Billesdon, Leicestershire to Thomas Frewen, St John's College, Cambridge replying to his letter of 17 Mar, which contained a 'mass of unequitable accusations & unwarrantable assertions', concerning the mining of coal  FRE/2869  6 May 1834

Letter from Henry Halford, MP, 16 Curzon Street, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about whether he would stand again for South Leicestershire at the next election  FRE/2870  16 Jul 1834

Letter from H W Wilson, Hotel Leicester to Thomas Frewen, St John's College, Cambridge (redirected from Brickwall) hoping that he will stand at the forthcoming election  FRE/2871  17 Nov 1834

Letter from H W Wilson, Allexton Hall, Allexton, Leicester to Thomas Frewen, St John's College, Cambridge about his standing at the forthcoming election  FRE/2872  28 Nov 1834

Letter from J E Gordon, 37 Bury Street, St James's, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about his illness effecting his chance to be returned to the House of Commons for an Irish borough  FRE/2873  23 Dec 1834

Letter from George S Robinson, ?Curford to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton concerning his candidature at the coming election  FRE/2874  29 Dec 1834

Letter from Thomas Pochin, North ?Thelworth Lodge to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton concerning his candidature at the coming election  FRE/2875  30 Dec 1834

Letter from R Jacomb Hood, Bardon Hall, Bardon, Leicestershire to Thomas Frewen, Committee Room, Leicester concerning his candidature at the coming election  FRE/2876  2 Jan 1835

Letter from Heneage Finch, Lord Aylesford, Great Packington, Warwickshire to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton concerning his candidature at the coming election  FRE/2877  8 Jan 1835

Letter from Edward and William Pratt, Leicester to Thomas Frewen, the Three Crowns, Leicester stating that they are the sons of William Pratt of Sapcote, that they have no work and asking for his help  FRE/2878  15 Jan 1835

Letter from William King Eddowes, South Shields, Durham to Thomas Frewen at W W Carus Wilson's, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale (redirected from Cold Overton)  FRE/2879  16 Jan 1835

Contents:
Asking for payment of his travelling expenses which he incurred in travelling to Leicester for the nomination

Letter from Richard William Penn Curzon, Lord Howe (Lord Chamberlain to Queen Adelaide) to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall (redirected from 6 Saville Row, Burlington Street, Middlesex) stating that he would be happy to present any petitions  FRE/2880  1 Apr 1835

Letter from Richard William Penn Curzon, Lord Howe to Thomas Frewen, House of Commons about politics  FRE/2881  May 1835

Letter from Colonel G A Leigh Keck to Thomas Frewen, post office, Leamington, Warwickshire (redirected from 6 Saville Row, Burlington Street, Middlesex) concerning the Yeomanry  FRE/2882  7 Jul 1835

Letter from Sydney Smirke, 12 Regent Street, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning the iron posts at the stables  FRE/2883  5 Aug 1835

Letter from Charles James Blomfield, Bishop of London to Thomas Frewen, Bromley Common, Kent concerning having given money to Mark Robinson to aid him in his plan to reunite the Methodists with the Church of England  FRE/2884  3 Nov 1835

Letter from Edward Venables Vernon Harcourt, Archbishop of York to Thomas Frewen, Bromley Common, Kent concerning Mark Robinson  FRE/2885  4 Nov 1835

Draft letter from Thomas Frewen announcing his intention to resign as an MP due to ill health  FRE/2886  nd [post marked 16 Dec 1835]

Letter from H W Wilson, Leicester to Thomas Frewen, Leamington, Warwickshire about his intention to resign as an MP and thanking him for his efforts  FRE/2887  28 Dec 1835

Letter from G A Leigh Keck, Bank Hall, Ormskirk, Lancashire to Thomas Frewen, Leamington, Warwickshire about his intention to resign as an MP  FRE/2888  1 Jan 1836

Letter from G A Leigh Keck, Bank Hall, Ormskirk, Lancashire to Thomas Frewen, Leamington, Warwickshire about his intention to resign as an MP  FRE/2889  5 Jan 1836

Letter from Lord John Russell (Secretary of State for the Home Department) Whitehall to Thomas Frewen, 7 Clarendon Square, Leamington, Warwickshire  FRE/2890  8 Jan 1836

Contents:
Promising to forward his application for the stewardship of the Chiltern Hundreds to the Chancellor of the Exchequer

Letter from R B Adderley, Exchequer Seal Office, 23 Downing Street, Whitehall enclosing Frewen's appointment as steward of the Chiltern Hundreds  FRE/2891  14 Jan 1836

Letter from S E Spring Rice, Downing Street, Whitehall to Thomas Frewen, Leamington, Warwickshire informing him that he has been appointed steward of the Chiltern Hundreds  FRE/2892  14 Jan 1836

Manuscript copy of the address of Charles William Packe (who succeeded Frewen as MP for south Leicestershire) to the 'Gentry, clergy, freeholders and other electors of the Southern Division of the county of Leicester' setting out his beliefs and policies  FRE/2893  nd [1836]

Letter from Eleanor Frewen, Cold Overton to Thomas Frewen, 32 Clarendon Square, Leamington, Warwickshire with family news and about building a church at Hinckley  FRE/2894  8 Mar 1836

Letter from Sydney Smirke, 12 Regent Street, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, 22 Clarendon Square, Leamington (redirected by Eleanor Frewen from Cold Overton) about the proposed church at Hinckley  FRE/2895  10 Mar 1836

Letter from Rev William Gray, Brafferton, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen, 22 Clarendon Square, Leamington (redirected by Eleanor Frewen from Cold Overton) about the Laton Frewen Turner's tablet at the church  FRE/2896  14 Mar 1836

Letter from Henry Halford, London (MP for south Leicestershire) to Thomas Frewen, Leamington with political news  FRE/2897  27 Apr 1836

Letter from Thomas Gladstone, London (MP for the Borough of Leicester) to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton congratulating him on his appointment as President of the Conservative Society at Leicester  FRE/2898  15 Aug 1836

Letter from Professor James Scholefield, Cambridge to Thomas Frewen, post office, Brighton declining his offer of the rectory of Sapcote  FRE/2899  24 Oct 1836

Administrative history:
James Scholefield (1789-1853), regius professor of Greek, see DNB

Draft letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to [blank] declining to accept his proposal  FRE/2900  10 Nov (?1836)

Letter from Charles Lennox-Gordon, Duke of Richmond, Goodwood (Lord Lieutenant of Sussex) about the appointment of three local gentlemen to the commission of the peace  FRE/2901  22 Dec 1836

Letter from Professor James Scholefield, Cambridge to Thomas Frewen, [3 Regency] Square, Brighton (redirected from Brickwall) declining his offer of the rectory of Sapcote  FRE/2902  29 Dec 1836

Letter from Rev John Bickersteth, Acton, Suffolk to Thomas Frewen, 3 Regency Square, Brighton accepting the offer of the living of Sapcote  FRE/2903  9 Jan 1837

Letter from Rev John Bickersteth, Acton, Suffolk to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning the living of Sapcote  FRE/2904  14 Jan 1837

Letter from Rev John Bickersteth, Acton, Suffolk to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning the living of Sapcote  FRE/2905  17 Jan 1837

Letter from Professor James Scholefield, Cambridge to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning the living of Sapcote  FRE/2906  24 Jan 1837

Letter from Sydney Smirke, 12 Regent Street, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about the stables at Brickwall  FRE/2907  23 Feb 1837

Printed circular from the landowners of Sandhurst, Kent informing him that a committee of the landowners is to meet to discuss commutation of the tithes  FRE/2908  8 Apr 1837

Letter from John Frewen, Shrewsbury to Thomas Frewen, post office, Great Malvern, Worcestershire with news of his trip to Bangor, Snowden and Chester and that he intends to continue to Dolgelly, Devil's Bridge and thence to Malvern  FRE/2909  16 Jun 1837

Letter from Mary Clark to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton concerning a Mr Clark who raised troops for the Marquis of Ormonde and the descent of estates at Newton in Ireland  FRE/2910  nd [post marked 7 Oct 1837]

Letter from Richard William Penn Curzon, Lord Howe, St Leonards to Thomas Frewen, The Cliff, Scarborough, Yorkshire (redirected from Cold Overton) about his tenant killing foxes at Stanton  FRE/2911  2 Dec 1837

Letter from William Taylor, York Minster, master mason to Francis [?recte Thomas] Frewen, post office, Scarborough, Yorkshire about the cost of repairing Archbishop Frewen's monument  FRE/2912  2 Dec 1837

Letter from John Henry Manners, Duke of Rutland, Belvoir Castle enclosing the reply to his letter from Lord Lansdowne, President of the Council  FRE/2913  21 Jan 1838

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 1 Belvoir Terrace, Scarborough, Yorkshire to William Taylor, York Minster, master mason concerning Archbishop Frewen's monument  FRE/2914  28 Mar 1838

Letter from William B Young, Hastings on legal matters  FRE/2915  14 Apr 1838

Letter from Sydney Smirke, 12 Regent Street, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall with a plan of the proposed pew for the Frewen family at Northiam church  FRE/2916  2 Oct 1838

Letter from M Wighthead to Mrs Frewen, Belvoir Terrace, Scarborough, Yorkshire  FRE/2917  [n.d.]

Printed notice for a sale of fancy works at the Arcade, Hastings in aid of the Hastings, St Leonards and East Sussex Infirmary  FRE/2918  3 Dec 1839

Letter from Emma Willoughby, York to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall with general news  FRE/2919  4 Dec 1839

Letter from Thomas Wakeham Richardson, Northiam to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall with general news  FRE/2920  25 May 1840

Letter from William Taylor, York to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning Archbishop Frewen's memorial  FRE/2921  19 Jun 1840

Letter from C E Trevelyn, Treasury, Whitehall to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall acknowledging receipt of the memorial from Brede praying that the payment of the hop duty may be postponed  FRE/2922  20 Oct 1840

Draft copy of the memorial from Brede  FRE/2923  16 Oct 1840

Fair copy of the memorial from Brede  FRE/2924  16 Oct 1840

Copy of Treasury minutes concerning the memorial  FRE/2925  6 Oct 1840

Letter from Treasury, Whitehall to Thomas Frewen enclosing FRE/2925  FRE/2926  24 Oct 1840

Copy of Sloper's Commercial Postage Advertiser sent to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton  FRE/2927  Jan 1841

Draft letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to the 'Independent electors of the Borough of Rye' on behalf of his brother Charles Hay Frewen  FRE/2928  1 Jul 1841

Letter from T S Bullard, Parish Clerks Hall to Thomas Frewen, 24 Park Lane concerning circulars and a reward  FRE/2929  nd [post marked 20 Jan 1842]

Letter from Eleanor Frewen, Cold Overton with information about Isabel the daughter of David and Kitty Swan  FRE/2930  27 Aug 1842

Copy of letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to Eleanor Frewen, 47 Marina, St Leonards  FRE/2931  4 Jan 1843

Contents:
Endorsed note by Thomas Frewen that it is a copy 'of my nonsensical letter in verse to mother...it is a stupid kind of parody on a very clever thing in The Times newspaper some years ago: I fear I wasted an hour on this wretched performance'.

Letter from Fanny Carus Wilson, Preston, Lancashire with condolences on the death of his wife and about the Carus Wilson family  FRE/2932  25 Apr 1844

Letter from Rev Augustus A Aylward, Hinckley, Leicestershire to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning the proposed school and parsonage house at Hinckley  FRE/2933  17 Jun 1843

Letter from Messrs Broadbent and Hawley, Leicester concerning a monumental inscription  FRE/2934  20 Aug 1844

Letter from Edward Woollett Wilmot, Worksop, land agent with a valuation of Thomas Frewen's properties at Cold Overton and Knossington  FRE/2935  30 Oct 1844

Letter from Robert Martin, Anstey Pastures, Leicestershire to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning problems with his barometer  FRE/2936  3 May 1845

Copy of letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to Robert Joseph Phillimore, DCL, Chancellor of the Diocese of Chichester concerning the faculty for erecting the Frewen Mausoleum on the north side of Northiam church  FRE/2937  25 May 1845

Letter from Martin Archer Shee, Cavendish Square, Middlesex informing him that he has completed the painting of John Frewen Turner  FRE/2938  29 May 1845

Letter from Messrs Reed and Langford, 59 Friday Street, Cheapside, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning encroachments made on the waste of the Manor of Brede  FRE/2939  30 Dec 1846

Letter from Mary Collison, 58 Rutland Street, Leicester to Mrs Eleanor Frewen, Brickwall (redirected from Cold Overton) with news of the death of her husband William  FRE/2940  13 Jan 1847

Contents:
Endorsed note by Thomas [IV] Frewen that she was the daughter of Robert Simpkin of Belgrave, Leicestershire

Letter from Catherine Sarah Bowring, Leicester to Mrs Eleanor Frewen, Brickwall (redirected from Cold Overton) asking for news about her late father, Robert Simpkin, and his family  FRE/2941  9 Apr 1847

Letter from Ewan Christian, 6 Bloomsbury Square, Middlesex, architect to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning the erection of the Stanley Burrough Almshouses at Sapcote, with accounts from the builders Messrs Broadbent and Hawley  FRE/2942  1 Feb 1849

Letter from J William Maher, Brede Rectory  FRE/2943  30 Mar 1850

Contents:
Concerning the proposed emigration to New York of one of Frewen's former tenants, Paul Crouch, with a printed notice of the departure of the Henry (800 tons) under the command of G W Timcke from London for New York on 18 Apr

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Westmoreland to Mrs Holt about a delivery of furniture  FRE/2944  20 Aug 1850

Letter from Edward Woollett Wilmot, Hume Walfield, Congleton, Cheshire to R Spencer, Knossington concerning payment for his valuation of Thomas Frewen's properties at Cold Overton and Knossington  FRE/2945  12 Oct 1850

Letter from Rev W Peterson, Casterton, Westmoreland to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall with news of the death of his father-in-law Carus Wilson  FRE/2946  12 Feb 1851

Contents:
Endorsed note by Thomas [IV] Frewen 'Rev W Peterson's account of the death of old Carus Wilson: poor amiable week old man'.

Copy of letter from Thomas Kingston Sullivan, Bandon, Ireland, solicitor to Charles Hay Frewen, MP, House of Commons  FRE/2947  2 Jun 1852

Contents:
Concerning payment of his bill for work done on behalf of Moreton John Edward Frewen in his unsuccessful attempt to be elected as an MP for the County of Cork

Letter from Messrs Lambert and Rawlings, Coventry Street, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning articles of plate  FRE/2948  13 Jul 1852

Letter from Eleanor Frewen, Leamington to Helen Louisa Frewen with personal news  FRE/2949  28 Oct 1852

Letter from Eleanor Frewen, Ansty Pastures, Leicestershire to Mary Aylward, Broadstairs, Kent with personal news  FRE/2950  2 Nov 1852

Letter from Eleanor Frewen, Ansty Pastures, Leicestershire to [blank] with news that Thomas's sister Selina Martin is about to die  FRE/2951  4 Nov 1852

Letter from Rev Robert Martin, Ansty Pastures, Leicestershire to Mrs Frewen, Brickwall with details about the death of his wife Selina  FRE/2952  5 Nov 1852

Letter from Rev Robert Martin, Ansty Pastures, Leicestershire to Mrs Frewen, Brickwall with details about the death of his wife Selina  FRE/2953  9 Nov 1852

Letter from Eleanor Frewen, Ansty Pastures, Leicestershire to Helen Louisa Frewen concerning the death of Selina Martin  FRE/2954  9 Nov 1852

Letter from Valentine Hill, St Ives, Hertfordshire concerning a clause in the new Enfranchisement Act relating to heriots  FRE/2955  10 Nov 1852

Letter from Selina Frewen, Ansty Pastures, Leicestershire to Mrs Frewen concerning the death of Selina Martin  FRE/2956  9 Nov 1852

Letter from Rev Robert Martin, Ansty Pastures, Leicestershire concerning the death of his wife Selina  FRE/2957  12 Nov 1852

Letter from Selina Frewen, Ansty Pastures, Leicestershire to Mrs Frewen concerning the death of Selina Martin  FRE/2958  13 Nov 1852

Copy of letter from Thomas Law Hodges, Hemsted, Kent to William Ewart Gladstone, MP concerning the duty on hops  FRE/2959  21 Nov 1853

Letter from J Fisher, Higham on the Hill, Leicestershire to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/2960  2 May 1861

Contents:
With news about the illness of James Harrington, with endorsed with a copy of a letter from M Berry, Burbage to Fisher stating that Mr Folliott was an MP for the County of Sligo 29 Apr

Letter from Edwin Nathaniel Dawes, Rye concerning land in Northiam held of the Manor of Morley, with copy of Thomas Frewen's reply 14 Dec  FRE/2961  20 Nov 1861

Bill from William Pollard, bookbinder to Thomas Frewen binding various works at Brickwall  FRE/2962  Sep 1861 - Feb 1862

Letter from William Dawes, Rye concerning the state of the 9th (Rye) Cinque Port Rifle Volunteers  FRE/2963  2 Apr 1862

Letter from W T Keal, Oakham, Rutland about purchasing a horse from James Cave  FRE/2964  23 Jul 1862

Letter from James Cave, Oakham, builder and timber merchant agreeing to sell him the horse for £48  FRE/2965  28 Jul 1862

Copy of letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to the Lord Chancellor, House of Lords concerning the Church Patronage Bill and expressing interest in purchasing 3 advowsons in Leicester  FRE/2966  29 Mar 1863

Letter from Rev George Augustus Lamb, Iden thanking him for the £10 cheque  FRE/2967  16 Mar 1864

Letter from Frederick Yeates Hurlstone, 9 Cheshire Street, Belgrave Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning the portrait of the Rev Thomas Frewen  FRE/2968  30 May 1864

Letter from George Guy Greville, Earl of Warwick, 1 Stable Yard, St James's, Westminster to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall thanking him for his letter concerning Warwick Castle and hoping to see him at Hastings  FRE/2969  3 Aug 1864

Letter from Thomas Carrick, 32 Regent Street, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall promising to pay £90 on demand  FRE/2970  2 Nov 1864

Letter from Rev H D Harrington, South Newington with news that he has been presented to the Rectory of Knossington and will be in residence soon  FRE/2971  21 Dec 1864

Letter from Charles Hay Frewen, Coghurst, Westfield asking whether he has the copy of the counsel's opinion  FRE/2972  5 Jan 1865

Letter from Mark Anthony Lower, St Anne's House, Lewes to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/2973  15 Jun 1865

Contents:
Enclosing a copy of the catalogue of James Coleman, 22 High Street, Bloomsbury, Middlesex in which lot 263 consists of a copy of the will of Thomas Frewen the attorney and also offering fifty letters of the family for sale

Receipted bill for £1 from James Coleman, 22 High Street, Bloomsbury, topographical and heraldic bookseller for the purchase of the will of Thomas Frewen the attorney and the fifty letters of the family  FRE/2974  19 Jun 1865

Copy of letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Hastings to Messrs Daniel Smith and Son and Oakley expressing his willingness to pay for part of the park to be enfranchised  FRE/2975  22 Aug 1866

Letter from Mary Carus Wilson, St Aubins, Jersey thanking him for his gift of £5 which will help to pay the debts of her late husband who died on 26 Jun 1854  FRE/2976  6 Nov 1866

Letter from William Henry Smith, The Ferns, Southwood, Highgate, Middlesex concerning the theory that Bacon was the author of Shakespeare's plays  FRE/2977  May 1867

Letter from Rev Henry Jenkins, Stanway, Essex with a list of books which he has presented to Thomas Frewen, some of which were originally purchased at the sale of the Rev Frewen's library  FRE/2978  18 Nov 1867

Receipted bill from William Pollard for £4 11s 9d for binding, Mar 1866 - Dec 1867  FRE/2979  4 Sep 1868

number not used  FRE/2980  [n.d.]

Letter from C S Bulstrode, Cambridge with an estimate of the cost of furnishing rooms at St John's College lately occupied by Mr Bowley  FRE/2981  nd [?1865-1870]

Letter from Charles Hay Frewen, Shippool, Inishanon, County Cork, Ireland to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall with personal news  FRE/2982  nd [?1860s]

Letters concerning the erection of Trinity Church, Leicester  [no ref. or date]

Letter from Samuel Berridge, Leicester to Thomas Frewen, 32 Clarendon Square, Leamington with information about likely sites for the new church  FRE/2983  23 May 1836

Letter from Colin Macauley, Leicester to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about procuring land and prices, with a plan of a suggested site (school land)  FRE/2984  9 Aug 1836

Letter from Colin Macauley with notes about a site near Wharf Street  FRE/2985  nd [1836]

Letter from Colin Macauley, Leicester to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton accepting his offer of 6s 3d per yard for the school land  FRE/2986  16 Aug 1836

Letter from Colin Macauley, Leicester to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about negotiations about the purchase price of the land  FRE/2987  19 Sep 1836

Letter from Colin Macauley, Leicester to Thomas Frewen, post office, Brighton (redirected from Cold Overton) with news that Payne has agreed to sell the land for 13s per yard  FRE/2988  6 Oct 1836

Letter from Colin Macauley, Leicester to Thomas Frewen, 3 Regency Square, Brighton about purchasing the site  FRE/2989  21 Jan 1837

Letter from Samuel Berridge, Leicester to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall (redirected from 3 Regency Square, Brighton) enclosing an account for the purchase of the land  FRE/2990  21 Feb 1837

Letter from Colin Macauley, 22 Parliament Street, Westminster to Thomas Frewen, post office, Great Malvern, Worcestershire with news that the construction of the new church has begun  FRE/2991  6 Jun 1837

Letter from Samuel Berridge, Leicester to Thomas Frewen, post office, Great Malvern sending a plan (missing) of the ground adjacent to the new church  FRE/2992  7 Jun 1837

Letter from Colin Macauley, 22 Parliament Street, Westminster to Thomas Frewen, post office, Great Malvern) acknowledging receipt of his cheque for £1,659  FRE/2993  9 Jun 1837

Letter from Colin Macauley, Leicester to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton (redirected from post office, Great Malvern) about payment for the land  FRE/2994  7 Jul 1837

Letter from Colin Macauley, Leicester to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about payment for the land, Sapcote school trust deed and the borough election  FRE/2995  15 Jul 1837

Letter from Colin Macauley, Leicester to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton acknowledging receipt of his cheque for £2,100 to replace the one for £1,659 and about the borough election  FRE/2996  29 Jul 1837

Letter from Samuel Berridge, Leicester to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton enclosing for signing the declaration to the Bishop of Lincoln  FRE/2997  4 Nov 1837

Copy of the declaration from Thomas Frewen to the Bishop of Lincoln of his intention to build a chapel in the parish of St Mary Leicester, to provide an endowment of £1,000 and to provide a repair fund  FRE/2998  7 May 1838

Letter from Colin Macauley, Leicester to Thomas Frewen, post office, Scarborough, Yorkshire enclosing for signing the declaration to the Bishop of Lincoln  FRE/2999  9 Jan 1838

Letter from Colin Macauley, Leicester to Thomas Frewen, post office, Scarborough enclosing counsel's opinion (James Parker) concerning the endowment of the new church  FRE/3000  3 Feb 1838

Copy of counsel's opinion (James Parker) concerning the endowment of the new church  FRE/3001  Feb 1838

Conditions of access: missing

Letter from Colin Macauley, Leicester to Thomas Frewen, 1 Belvior Terrace, Scarborough  FRE/3002  24 Mar 1838

Contents:
About the notices to the incumbents of St Mary and St Margaret Leicester for a district to be assigned to the new church and their opposition to such a scheme, news of the Sapcote turnpike

Letter from Colin Macauley, Leicester to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about a mortgage deed  FRE/3003  21 May 1838

Letter from Colin Macauley, Leicester to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton sending a copy of counsel's opinion (Mr Jelf, a barrister and secretary to the Church Building Commission) concerning the scale on which the sittings should be calculated  FRE/3004  24 Jul 1838

Letter from Colin Macauley, Leicester to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about sending all the papers to Mr Adam's, a Doctor of Civil Law, for his opinion concerning the scale on which the sittings should be calculated  FRE/3005  28 Jul 1838

Letter from Colin Macauley, Leicester to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about Dr Adam's opinion  FRE/3006  9 Aug 1838

Letter from Colin Macauley, Covent Garden, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about the draft deed of endowment  FRE/3007  19 Jan 1839

Letter from Colin Macauley, Leicester about the draft deed of endowment  FRE/3008  24 Jan 1839

Letter from Colin Macauley, Leicester to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about the consecration of the new church  FRE/3009  12 Mar 1839

Letter from Colin Macauley, Leicester about the consecration of the new church which is to take place in May  FRE/3010  5 Apr 1839

Correspondence with William Nanson of Middlesex (formerly of Carlisle), solicitor  [no ref. or date]

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale, Westmoreland to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning his marriage settlement  FRE/3011  10 Sep 1832

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale, Westmoreland to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning his marriage settlement  FRE/3012  28 Sep 1832

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale, Westmoreland to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning his marriage settlement  FRE/3013  3 Oct 1832

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning his marriage settlement  FRE/3014  5 Nov 1832

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning his marriage settlement  FRE/3015  18 Apr 1833

Letter from Roger Carus Wilson, Preston to Thomas Frewen, St John's College, Cambridge with news that Thomas's wife and baby have arrived safely and about the terms of the marriage settlement which prevent the purchase of lands outside England  FRE/3016  15 Feb 1834

Letter from Thomas Frewen, St John's College, Cambridge to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning the terms of his father's will  FRE/3017  21 Feb 1834

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, St John's College, Cambridge concerning the terms of Thomas's father's will  FRE/3018  26 Feb 1834

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, St John's College, Cambridge concerning the terms of Thomas's father's will  FRE/3019  27 Feb 1834

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, St John's College, Cambridge concerning the terms of Thomas's father's will  FRE/3020  3 Mar 1834

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton concerning the terms of Thomas's father's will  FRE/3021  26 Apr 1834

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, St John's College, Cambridge (redirected from Cold Overton) concerning the terms of Thomas's father's will  FRE/3022  26 Apr 1834

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about his plans to visit Malvern for the health of his wife  FRE/3023  21 May 1834

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning the terms of his father's will and his wish to meet William Nanson  FRE/3024  23 Aug 1834

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brough, Westmoreland to William Nanson, Carlisle to arrange a meeting  FRE/3025  20 Jan 1835

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale about having been unable to find John Turner's will in PCC  FRE/3026  7 Feb 1835

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Berners Hotel, Berners Street, London to William Nanson, Carlisle about the will of John Turner and the election of the Speaker  FRE/3027  21 Feb 1835

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle forwarding the deeds to bar the entail  FRE/3028  7 Mar 1835

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 6 Saville Row, Middlesex to William Nanson, Carlisle returning the deed  FRE/3029  3 Apr 1835

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 32 Clarendon Square, Leamington to William Nanson, Carlisle apologising for having missed him at Cold Overton and with news that he needs rest and quiet to recover from his nervous complaint  FRE/3030  8 Apr 1835

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall (redirected from 6 Saville Row, Middlesex) having received the counterpart of his will, but it having to done again since it was improperly executed  FRE/3031  13 Apr 1835

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Leamington about having missed him at Cold Overton  FRE/3032  22 Mar 1836

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 32 Clarendon Square, Leamington to William Nanson, 14 Manchester Buildings, Parliament Street, Westminster arranging to meet him  FRE/3033  17 May 1836

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 32 Clarendon Square, Leamington to William Nanson, 14 Manchester Buildings, Parliament Street, Westminster about being unable to meet him due to illness  FRE/3034  20 May 1836

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton (redirected from 32 Clarendon Square, Leamington) about a mortgage on the estate under the terms of the marriage settlement  FRE/3035  18 Jul 1836

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson, Carlisle with personal news  FRE/3036  28 Jul 1836

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about a mortgage on the estate under the terms of the marriage settlement  FRE/3037  1 Aug 1836

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson, Carlisle about his marriage settlement  FRE/3038  13 Sep 1836

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about the marriage settlement  FRE/3039  17 Sep 1836

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Regency Square, Brighton to William Nanson, Carlisle about his marriage settlement  FRE/3040  21 Jan 1837

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle about his marriage settlement and dropping the additional surname Turner  FRE/3041  28 Feb 1837

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about the marriage settlement and dropping the additional surname Turner  FRE/3042  24 Feb 1837

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about the codicil to his will  FRE/3043  23 Mar 1837

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle about his marriage settlement  FRE/3044  10 Apr 1837

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Great Malvern to William Nanson, Carlisle about his marriage settlement and his health  FRE/3045  11 May 1837

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Belle Vue Hotel, Great Malvern about the new mortgage deeds  FRE/3046  13 May 1837

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Belle Vue Hotel, Great Malvern to William Nanson, Carlisle about the new mortgage deeds and the codicil to his will  FRE/3047  17 May 1837

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Belle Vue Hotel, Great Malvern about the new mortgage deeds  FRE/3048  30 May 1837

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Belle Vue Hotel, Great Malvern about the new mortgage deeds  FRE/3049  20 Jun 1837

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Great Malvern to William Nanson, Carlisle about the codicil to his will  FRE/3050  26 Jun 1837

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about the codicil to his will and John Turner's will  FRE/3051  29 Jun 1837

Letter from Anne Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale to William Nanson enclosing a document and sending her congratulations on his marriage  FRE/3052  7 Oct 1837

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 21 Cliff, Scarborough to William Nanson, Carlisle about the asylum at Cold Overton for orphans which is run as a charity by himself and his mother  FRE/3053  2 Dec 1837

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, 21 Cliff, Scarborough about the codicil to his will and his marriage settlement  FRE/3054  7 Dec 1837

Extract from Thomas Frewen's marriage settlement  FRE/3055  nd [?1837]

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, 21 Cliff, Scarborough about the asylum for orphans  FRE/3056  14 Dec 1837

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 1 Belvoir Terrace, Scarborough to William Nanson, Carlisle about the asylum and mortgages  FRE/3057  28 Dec 1837

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, 21 Cliff, Scarborough about the mortgage deed  FRE/3058  24 Jan 1838

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 1 Belvoir Terrace, Scarborough to William Nanson, Carlisle about the trust deed of the asylum  FRE/3059  14 Feb 1838

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, 1 Belvoir Terrace, Scarborough about the trust deed of the asylum and enclosing his account  FRE/3060  10 Mar 1838

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about the marriage settlement of his sister Selina Frewen  FRE/3061  12 Jan 1839

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about the marriage settlement of his sister Selina Frewen  FRE/3062  16 Jan 1839

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about the marriage settlement of his sister Selina Frewen  FRE/3063  17 Jan 1839

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about the marriage settlement of his sister Selina Frewen  FRE/3064  26 Feb 1839

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 71 Marina, St Leonards to William Nanson, Carlisle with instructions for his fourth codicil  FRE/3065  17 Apr 1839

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle on legal matters  FRE/3066  27 Apr 1839

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton hoping to meet him in November  FRE/3067  21 Oct 1839

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 1 Verulam Place, Hastings to William Nanson, Carlisle agreeing to meet him  FRE/3068  4 Nov 1839

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall arranging a meeting  FRE/3069  8 Nov 1839

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning the fourth codicil to his will  FRE/3070  31 Dec 1839

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning the settlement of his Irish estate  FRE/3071  17 Jan 1840

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning the fourth codicil to his will and the settlement of his Irish estate  FRE/3072  18 Feb 1840

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle concerning the settlement of the Irish estate  FRE/3073  29 Feb 1840

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle concerning Thomas's will  FRE/3074  10 Mar 1840

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning the settlement of his Irish estate  FRE/3075  18 Mar 1840

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning the settlement of the Irish estate  FRE/3076  31 Mar 1840

Letter from William Nanson, Preston to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall hoping to meet him at Brickwall  FRE/3077  16 Apr 1840

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Penge Place, Sydenham, Kent to William Nanson at Messrs Bridges and Mason, Red Lion Square, London hoping to meet him in London  FRE/3078  21 Apr 1840

Letter from William Nanson, Euston Hotel, Euston Grove, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Penge Place, Sydenham hoping to meet him in London  FRE/3079  22 Apr 1840

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning his Irish estate  FRE/3080  11 May 1840

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning the Irish estate  FRE/3081  13 May 1840

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning his Irish estate  FRE/3082  15 May 1840

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to The Provincial Bank of Ireland, Bandon, County Cork, Ireland concerning receipts from Frewen's Irish estate, endorsed with copy letter from Thomas Frewen concerning the same, 15 May  FRE/3083  18 May 1840

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning the Irish estate  FRE/3084  13 May 1840

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning the charitable subscriptions which are payable on his Irish estate  FRE/3085  25 May 1840

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle (redirected from Inishannon, County Cork) about his trip to Leicestershire  FRE/3086  19 Jun 1840

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning payment of Messrs Burfoot's bill  FRE/3087  26 Jun 1840

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning a scheme for deepening the Bandon River, County Cork, endorsed with a letter from Edward Mathews, 90 Talbot Street, Dublin concerning the scheme and the need to lodge a proposal in the Secretary's office before 2 Jul, 3 Jul  FRE/3088  6 Jul 1840

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton concerning a scheme for deepening the Bandon River, County Cork, endorsed with a letter from Edward Mathews, Inishannon, County Cork with news that a tender for the scheme has been received, 11 Jul  FRE/3089  15 Jul 1840

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson, Carlisle about the scheme to deepen the Bandon River up to Inishannon, about granting building leases on the estate and prosecuting Mr Orr for blocking the river with weirs  FRE/3090  16 Jul 1840

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson, Carlisle with news that his son has been christened Laton and about Mr Orr  FRE/3091  31 Jul 1840

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about meeting him  FRE/3092  1 Aug 1840

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle about Frewen's will  FRE/3093  3 Aug 1840

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson, Carlisle agreeing to meet him  FRE/3094  7 Aug 1840

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 71 Marina, St Leonards about his Irish estate  FRE/3095  22 Oct 1840

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 71 Marina, St Leonards to William Nanson, Carlisle about his Irish estate  FRE/3096  29 Oct 1840

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 71 Marina, St Leonards about his Irish estate  FRE/3097  10 Nov 1840

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall on legal matters  FRE/3098  8 Dec 1840

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about his Irish estate and meeting Nanson at Brickwall  FRE/3099  14 Dec 1840

Letter from Thomas Frewen to William Nanson, Carlisle on general matters  FRE/3100  Feb 1841

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle about purchasing part of an estate in Brede  FRE/3101  9 Apr 1841

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 1 Verulam Place, Hastings about purchasing part of an estate in Brede  FRE/3102  5 May 1841

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Ansty Pastures, Leicestershire to William Nanson, Carlisle about the title to part of an estate in Brede  FRE/3103  17 Jul 1841

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson, 11 Prospect Place, Harrogate, Yorkshire about his Irish estate  FRE/3104  21 Aug 1841

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall (redirected from Cold Overton) about the purchase of land in Brede  FRE/3105  13 Sep 1841

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about his Irish estate and the purchase of land in Brede  FRE/3106  5 Oct 1841

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle about the purchase of land in Brede  FRE/3107  6 Dec 1841

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 24 Park Lane, Middlesex to William Nanson, Carlisle about the purchase of land in Brede, with a sketch plan  FRE/3108  23 Dec 1841

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle about the purchase of land in Brede, with a sketch plan  FRE/3109  7 Feb 1842

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle on legal matters  FRE/3110  11 May 1842

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning a piece of waste fronting Great Sowdens Wood in Brede on which John Ditch has erected  FRE/3111  11 Jun 1842

Letter from Anne Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle enclosing a cheque for £45  FRE/3112  21 Jul 1842

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning Ditch's cottage  FRE/3113  27 Jul 1842

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning barring the entail on his estates  FRE/3114  7 Sep 1842

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle stating that the Rev Samuel Harthopp of Little Dalby, rector of Cold Overton is still alive  FRE/3115  30 Sep 1842

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle returning the deed of entail  FRE/3116  14 Nov 1842

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Bell Hotel, Bromley, Kent about estate business and that 'poor Mr Bishopp of Northiam has been quite wrong in the head for some time...I fear we shall not get a final settlement of his accounts or papers till his death  FRE/3117  7 Dec 1842

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 25 Marina, St Leonards to William Nanson, Carlisle on estate matters  FRE/3118  22 Dec 1842

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle enclosing George Bishopp's accounts and a letter from the Rev John Bishopp, Northiam concerning the same  FRE/3119  3 Feb 1843

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning the will of the Rev Stanley Burrough  FRE/3120  6 Feb 1843

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning money  FRE/3121  12 Feb 1843

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning the boundaries of Apps Farm in Northiam and Brede  FRE/3122  21 Feb 1843

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle on estate business and the will of the Rev Stanley Burrough  FRE/3123  10 Mar 1843

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning the will of the Rev Stanley Burrough  FRE/3124  20 Mar 1843

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning the manorial incidents due on Apps Farm in Northiam and Brede  FRE/3125  3 Apr 1843

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Ephraim House, Tunbridge Wells to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning Apps Farm in Northiam and Brede and his Irish estate  FRE/3126  25 Apr 1843

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Ephraim House, Tunbridge Wells to William Nanson, Ship Inn, Allonby, Cumberland (redirected from Carlisle) about his finances  FRE/3127  27 Apr 1843

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle on estate matters and the will of the Rev Stanley Burrough  FRE/3128  1 Jun 1843

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle on estate matters and the will of the Rev Stanley Burrough  FRE/3129  17 Jun 1843

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle acknowledging receipt of the deeds  FRE/3130  Jun 1843

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning the accounts of George Bishopp  FRE/3131  17 Jul 1843

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning the debts of William Collison of Leicester, woolstapler  FRE/3132  25 Jul 1843

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about being unable to meet him in Leicestershire  FRE/3133  14 Aug 1843

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle about the tithes in Brede and other estate business  FRE/3134  3 Oct 1843

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Tunbridge Wells on estate business  FRE/3135  10 Oct 1843

Letter from Rev John Bishopp, Woolwich, Kent to William Nanson concerning the dividends on Miss Watt's stock  FRE/3136  10 Oct 1843

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Northiam to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning land in Brede  FRE/3137  16 Oct 1843

Letter from Rev John Bishopp, Woolwich, Kent to William Nanson concerning estate matters  FRE/3138  1 Nov 1843

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Northiam to William Nanson,Carlisle concerning land in Brede  FRE/3139  7 Nov 1843

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Rock Mount, Tunbridge Wells to William Nanson, Carlisle sending the Rev John Moor's marriage settlement  FRE/3140  16 Nov 1843

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Rock Mount, Tunbridge Wells to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning a trusteeship of Northiam Free School which belonged to Charles Thornton of Uckfield, solicitor (who fled to the Cape of Good Hope to escape his creditors) and which descended to his daughter Mary  FRE/3141  25 Nov 1843

Bill of costs from Messrs Manor and Jenner for enquiries about the trusteeship of Northiam Free School  FRE/3142  1 Jul 1840

Letter from Thomas Frewen, St Leonards to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning his financial affairs  FRE/3143  2 Dec 1843

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 41 Marina, St Leonards to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning his financial affairs  FRE/3144  3 Dec 1843

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning his financial affairs and his meeting with the Bishop of Chichester concerning the removal of the family vault and the erection of the Frewen mausoleum  FRE/3145  29 Dec 1843

Draft acknowledgement by Thomas Frewen and his Agent George Bishopp that they have audited and agreed Bishopp's accounts  FRE/3146  Dec 1842

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning the family vault and news of the death of George Bishopp on 13 Jan aged 74  FRE/3147  14 Jan 1844

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning the family vault  FRE/3148  6 Feb 1844

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning the death of his wife and storage of her papers, and concerning the family vault  FRE/3149  15 Mar 1844

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning the family vault  FRE/3150  9 Apr 1844

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning the family vault and hoping to see him soon  FRE/3151  10 May 1844

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle asking to pick up a parcel of books before coming to Brickwall  FRE/3152  26 May 1844

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Wood's Hotel, Furnivals Inn, London sending a map of the school land  FRE/3153  11 Jun 1844

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about the deeds of Sapcote School and the will of the Rev Stanley Burrough  FRE/3154  14 Jun 1844

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle about the £2,000 lent by Mrs Elizabeth Forster  FRE/3155  22 Jun 1844

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson, Carlisle about the £2,000 lent by Mrs Elizabeth Forster and the will of the Rev Stanley Burrough  FRE/3156  9 Jul 1844

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about obtaining letters of administration for the estate of the Rev Stanley Burrough  FRE/3157  15 Aug 1844

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson, Carlisle about the will of the Rev Stanley Burrough  FRE/3158  23 Sep 1844

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about his will and codicils  FRE/3159  26 Sep 1844

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson, Carlisle sending the executed bond  FRE/3160  30 Sep 1844

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson, Carlisle with news of the death of his brother John at Ansty Pastures on 12 Oct and concerning the Frewen mausoleum  FRE/3161  16 Oct 1844

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Bell Hotel, Leicester to William Nanson, Carlisle about the descent of his estate  FRE/3162  24 Oct 1844

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton concerning the estate of his late brother John  FRE/3163  2 Nov 1844

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton concerning the Irish estate and enclosing FRE/3165  FRE/3164  12 Nov 1844

Letter from Edward Mathews, 90 Talbot Street, Dublin to William Nanson concerning the Irish estate  FRE/3165  7 Nov 1844

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning his purchase of three tenements in Sapcote  FRE/3166  14 Nov 1844

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning purchasing the lands mentioned in Edward Mathew's letter  FRE/3167  14 Nov 1844

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning a boundary dispute with Mrs Poile of Northiam  FRE/3168  19 Nov 1844

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson, Carlisle about an extension to Northiam churchyard  FRE/3169  22 Nov 1844

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning a boundary dispute with Mrs Poile of Northiam  FRE/3170  17 Dec 1844

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Bell Hotel, Bromley to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning a boundary dispute with Mrs Poile of Northiam  FRE/3171  13 Jan 1845

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Bell Hotel, Bromley to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning a boundary dispute with Mrs Poile of Northiam  FRE/3172  14 Jan 1845

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Stansteadbury, Ware, Hertfordshire to William Nanson, Carlisle asking for the papers relating to the Frewen mausoleum to be sent without delay  FRE/3173  25 Jan 1845

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Stansteadbury, Ware, Hertfordshire to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning his opposition to the Bandon and Cork Railway unless he gets compensation  FRE/3174  3 Feb 1845

Copy of letter from Thomas Frewen, Stansteadbury, Ware, Hertfordshire to Messrs Millard and Adams concerning his opposition to the Bandon and Cork Railway  FRE/3175  3 Feb 1845

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning his opposition to the Bandon and Cork Railway  FRE/3176  19 Feb 1845

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle about estate matters  FRE/3177  21 Feb 1845

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning a boundary dispute with Mrs Poile of Northiam  FRE/3178  2 Mar 1845

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning a boundary dispute with Mrs Poile of Northiam and his opposition to the Bandon and Cork Railway  FRE/3179  9 Mar 1845

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning his opposition to the Bandon and Cork Railway  FRE/3180  11 Mar 1845

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning a boundary dispute with Mrs Poile of Northiam  FRE/3181  13 Mar 1845

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle about purchasing the advowson of Melton Mowbray in order to exchange it for Mr Hartopp's advowson of Cold Overton  FRE/3182  14 Mar 1845

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle about purchasing the advowson of Melton Mowbray in order to exchange it for Mr Hartopp's advowson of Cold Overton and enclosing a letter from Hartopp (?FRE/3186)  FRE/3183  nd [Apr 1845]

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to John Francis Adams, Cordwainers Hall, London concerning his opposition to the Bandon and Cork Railway  FRE/3184  9 Apr 1845

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Berners Hotel, Berners Street, London to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning his purchase of the advowson of Melton Mowbray for £2,600 and his involvement with the petition against the increased grant to Maynooth College, Ireland  FRE/3185  10 Apr 1845

Letter from G B Hartopp, Little Dalby declining to exchange the advowson of Cold Overton for that of Melton Mowbray  FRE/3186  28 Apr (1845)

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Tunbridge Wells to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning a boundary dispute with Mrs Poile Northiam  FRE/3187  18 Jul 1845

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Bell Hotel, Bromley to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning a boundary dispute with Mrs Poile of Northiam  FRE/3188  23 Jul 1845

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Parker's Hotel, Tonbridge to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning a boundary dispute with Mrs Poile of Northiam  FRE/3189  23 Jul 1845

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall with news that the purchase of the advowson of Melton Mowbray has been completed  FRE/3190  14 Aug 1845

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning a boundary dispute with Mrs Poile of Northiam  FRE/3191  15 Aug 1845

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall with news that Mr Cobbett has appointed 26 Sep for the arbitration  FRE/3192  27 Aug 1845

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle agreeing to see him at Brickwall on 23 Sep  FRE/3193  18 Sep 1845

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Bell Hotel, Bromley to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning a boundary dispute with Mrs Poile of Northiam and his will  FRE/3194  20 Oct 1845

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning the reconveyance of the estates which were mortgaged to secure his brother John's £10,000  FRE/3195  29 Oct 1845

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning his Irish estate  FRE/3196  20 Nov 1845

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Bell Hotel, Bromley (redirected from Brickwall) concerning his will  FRE/3197  17 Dec 1845

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Bell Hotel, Bromley to William Nanson, Carlisle advising him that all future letters should be addressed to him at the post office, Bromley  FRE/3198  17 Dec 1845

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning presentations to living and promising to send Miss Nanson £5 towards the endowment of Holm Cultram church  FRE/3199  9 Jan 1846

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning his will  FRE/3200  20 Mar 1846

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 2 Grove Road, St Johns Wood, Middlesex to William Nanson, Carlisle informing him of his address in Middlesex  FRE/3201  14 Apr 1846

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 2 Grove Road, St Johns Wood, Middlesex to William Nanson, Carlisle about witnessing a document  FRE/3202  17 May 1846

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning the anger of the Rev W Meryon of Brede at Frewen having disinterred his wife's remains without his permission  FRE/3203  15 Jul 1846

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to John Francis Adams, Cordwainers Hall, London asking him to submit the case to Sir Fitzroy Kelly or Sir Thomas Wild  FRE/3204  1 Aug 1846

Copy of letter from John Francis Adams, Cordwainers Hall, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall informing him that Sir Thomas Wild is now Chief Justice of the Common Pleas and that although Sir Fitzroy Kelly is now the most eminent common law lawyer that he takes cases only in consultation with a junior counsel  FRE/3205  3 Aug 1846

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about the case concerning the unauthorised disinterrment of his wife's remains from Brede, with detailed notes on the history of the Oxenbridge chancel at Brede church, the interments there and about the temporary interment of his wife Anne there in Feb 1844 and the removal of her remains at night in May 1846  FRE/3206  20 Aug 1846

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to John Francis Adams, Cordwainers Hall, London asking him to retain Sir Fitzroy Kelly and Thomas Chitty and as soon as the Bishop of Chichester commences proceedings in the ecclesiastical court to move them into Queen's Bench  FRE/3207  24 Aug 1846

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about the case  FRE/3208  5 Sep 1846

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle about his health, the case and his will  FRE/3209  Jan 1847

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall agreeing to grant a building lease at Hinckley for erecting a school house adjoining the Trinity Chapel  FRE/3210  23 Feb 1847

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about alterations to his will  FRE/3211  2 Mar 1847

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about the grant of a site for the school in Sapcote  FRE/3212  4 Mar 1847

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle about the deed  FRE/3213  15 Mar 1847

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about his purchases of property in Sapcote and Brede  FRE/3214  15 Mar 1847

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about his purchase of property in Sapcote  FRE/3215  22 Mar 1847

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about the alehouse in Sapcote  FRE/3216  30 Mar 1847

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle on estate matters  FRE/3217  17 May 1847

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle on estate matters  FRE/3218  11 Jun 1847

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning his will, 'I wish to grant an annuity for her life of £50 per annum to Helen Louisa Homan (a case in which I am much interested)'  FRE/3219  1 Jul 1847

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning the grant an annuity to Helen Louisa Homan  FRE/3220  5 Jul 1847

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle concerning an advowson which is for sale  FRE/3221  28 Jul 1847

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning the almshouse at Sapcote and the school at Hinckley  FRE/3222  26 Aug 1847

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle about the possibility of his remarrying  FRE/3223  2 Sep 1847

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about estate matters  FRE/3224  22 Sep 1847

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 61 Marina, St Leonards to William Nanson, Carlisle sending his will and codicils  FRE/3225  13 Nov 1847

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 9 Princess Place, Kennington, Surrey to William Nanson, Carlisle enquiring whether he has to pay poor rates on timber felled at Sapcote  FRE/3226  22 Feb 1848

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Carlisle about his purchase of Hilder's house in Northiam  FRE/3227  29 Mar 1848

Letter from William Nanson, Hastings to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall with general news  FRE/3228  31 Mar 1848

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall agreeing to meet him  FRE/3229  12 Apr 1848

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about estate matters  FRE/3230  17 May 1848

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Hastings about his claim to a barony  FRE/3231  29 May 1848

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about altering his bequest to his wife  FRE/3232  1 Jun 1848

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Hastings enquiring about property in Hertfordshire and Berkshire and about his will  FRE/3233  3 Jun 1848

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Hastings concerning the property in Hertfordshire  FRE/3234  17 Jun 1848

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson concerning his Irish estate and the erection of a girl's school at Inishannon  FRE/3235  4 Aug 1848

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall with estate and personal matters  FRE/3236  23 Aug 1848

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall on general matters  FRE/3237  6 Oct 1848

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about a codicil to his will  FRE/3238  7 Nov 1848

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about general matters  FRE/3239  21 Nov 1848

Copy of letter from Joseph S Ancona, 34 Southampton Street, Strand, Middlesex to the Rev John William Maher about the purchase of Brede rectory  FRE/3240  8 Oct 1848

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Wellington Square, Hastings about purchasing the advowson of Brede  FRE/3241  12 Dec 1848

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about purchasing the advowson of Brede  FRE/3242  12 Dec 1848

Copy of letter from William B Young, Hastings to William Nanson concerning the purchase of the advowson of Brede  FRE/3243  14 Dec 1848

Copy of letter from Joseph S Ancona, 34 Southampton Street, Strand, Middlesex to the Rev John William Maher about the purchase of Brede rectory  FRE/3244  14 Dec 1848

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Hastings about purchasing the advowson of Brede  FRE/3245  16 Dec 1848

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about purchasing the advowson of Brede and general matters  FRE/3246  24 Dec 1848

Letter from Aaron Pinyon, Sandhurst, Kent to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall enclosing the agreement with Paul Crouch and other estate matters  FRE/3247  11 Jan 1849

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Hastings about the rent areas of his tenant Paul Crouch and that he has agreed to sell his house to help pay the arrears  FRE/3248  12 Jan 1849

Copy of letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Mathews about his estate at Inishannon and the level of profit  FRE/3249  8 Feb 1849

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about the low level of profit from his Irish estate and threatening to sell up unless matters improve  FRE/3250  12 Jan 1849

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Hastings about the death of his infant son  FRE/3251  28 Feb 1849

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about meeting him at Brickwall  FRE/3252  1 May 1849

Letter from Edward Mathews, 76 Talbot Street, Dublin to Thomas Frewen concerning the Irish estate  FRE/3253  14 May 1849

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall on estate matters  FRE/3254  19 Jun 1849

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about meeting him at Brickwall  FRE/3255  22 Jun 1849

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about Nanson moving to Cranbrook, putting the Inishannon estate in the hands of the Rev Somers Payne and retrieving his letters from Mathews  FRE/3256  29 Aug 1849

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about estate matters  FRE/3257  16 Sep 1849

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about purchasing property from Mr Curteis, his Irish estate and Brede rectory  FRE/3258  17 Nov 1849

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 1 Verulam Place, Hastings to William Nanson on estate matters  FRE/3259  21 Nov 1849

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 1 Verulam Place, Hastings to William Nanson on estate matters  FRE/3260  7 Dec 1849

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 1 Verulam Place, Hastings to William Nanson on estate matters  FRE/3261  11 Dec 1849

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about meeting him at Brickwall  FRE/3262  18 Dec 1849

Letter from Edward Mathews, 76 Talbot Street, Dublin to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall (redirected from 1 Verulam Place, Hastings) about purchasing several advowsons and enclosing FRE/3264  FRE/3263  18 Dec 1849

Poster advertising the sale at auction of the advowsons of St Nicholas, Ballinacourty, Rahoon and Shrule in County Galoway for The Ecclesiastical Commissioners for Ireland at Mr Littledale's rooms, 9 Upper Ormond Quay, Dublin on 15 Feb 1850  FRE/3264  1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Camden Lodge, Cranbrook about meeting him at Brickwall  FRE/3265  25 Dec 1849

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Marlborough Road, St John's Wood, Middlesex to William Nanson about the bad weather and estate matters  FRE/3266  14 Jan 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Marlborough Road, St John's Wood, Middlesex to William Nanson about estate matters  FRE/3267  23 Jan 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Marlborough Road, St John's Wood, Middlesex to William Nanson about estate matters  FRE/3268  25 Jan 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Marlborough Road, St John's Wood, Middlesex to William Nanson  FRE/3269  4 Feb 1850

Contents:
About the forthcoming marriage of his daughter (Mary to the Rev Augustus Alyward of Brede), 'I myself am much put out by its taking place at least a twelvemonth sooner than I expected, but I have strong reasons to induce me to consent'

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Marlborough Road, St John's Wood, Middlesex to William Nanson enclosing a cheque for the purchase of Tanhouse Farm  FRE/3270  7 Feb 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Marlborough Road, St John's Wood, Middlesex to William Nanson about his daughter's marriage settlement  FRE/3271  16 Feb 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Marlborough Road, St John's Wood, Middlesex about his daughter's marriage settlement  FRE/3272  20 Feb 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Marlborough Road, St John's Wood, Middlesex to William Nanson, Camden Lodge, Cranbrook about the difficulty of getting life assurance, the Irish estate and the marriage of his daughter on 21 Feb  FRE/3273  25 Feb 1850

Letter from William Nanson, Camden Lodge, Cranbrook to Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale congratulating him on being well enough to travel  FRE/3274  22 Mar 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Marlborough Road, St John's Wood, Middlesex with news that he has sent off the mortgage deed and that his offer of £2,000 for the Irish advowsons had been accepted  FRE/3275  Mar 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale to William Nanson sending the policy of life assurance and news of his journey  FRE/3276  3 Apr 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale to William Nanson, Camden Lodge, Cranbrook about estate matters  FRE/3277  8 Apr 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale to William Nanson about general matters  FRE/3278  12 Apr 1850

Letter from William Nanson, Camden Lodge, Cranbrook to Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale about the title to the land which he intends purchasing from Mr Curteis  FRE/3279  15 Apr 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale about new provision in his will  FRE/3280  18 Apr 1850

Letter from William Nanson, Camden Lodge, Cranbrook to Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale about the draft codicil to the will  FRE/3281  22 Apr 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale about buying part of the Knell estate from Mr Curteis  FRE/3282  29 Apr 1850

Letter from William Nanson, Camden Lodge, Cranbrook to Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale about buying part of the Knell estate from Mr Curteis  FRE/3283  1 May 1850

Letter from William Nanson, Camden Lodge, Cranbrook about buying part of the Knell estate from Mr Curteis and the Irish advowsons  FRE/3284  11 Jun 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale to William Nanson, Camden Lodge, Cranbrook about the Irish estate and personal news  FRE/3285  13 Jun 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale to William Nanson about the Irish estate and his wish to purchase Delmonden Farm, 'I should of course like to recover this old family property, if there is ever an opportunity of doing so'  FRE/3286  14 Jun 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale to William Nanson about the Irish estate  FRE/3287  12 Jul 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale to William Nanson about the Irish estate and the birth of his son Edward on 30 Jul  FRE/3288  1 Aug 1850

Letter from William Nanson, Carlisle to Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale concerning his will  FRE/3289  20 Aug 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale to William Nanson, 10 Fisher Street, Carlisle about his will  FRE/3290  22 Aug 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale to William Nanson, 10 Fisher Street, Carlisle announcing that he is unwell and would like a codicil immediately to constitute his newly born son Edward as a tenant for life  FRE/3291  30 Aug 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale to William Nanson about purchasing land from the Encumbered Estates Commissioners  FRE/3292  4 Sep 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale to William Nanson, Camden Lodge, Cranbrook about estate accounts  FRE/3293  Sep 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale to William Nanson, Camden Lodge, Cranbrook about the Irish estate and the need to change agents  FRE/3294  13 Sep 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale to William Nanson about getting a curate to assist the Rev Maher of Brede and estate business  FRE/3295  27 Sep 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale to William Nanson about estate business  FRE/3296  2 Oct 1850

Letter from William Nanson, Camden Lodge, Cranbrook to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton (redirected from Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale) concerning his codicil  FRE/3297  9 Oct 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson with news that he has just returned home  FRE/3298  8 Nov 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about a meeting  FRE/3299  21 Nov 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about the postponed meeting  FRE/3300  23 Nov 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about the postponed meeting  FRE/3301  27 Nov 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about the Irish advowsons and his intention to write to Mathew's about removing him as agent for Inishannon  FRE/3302  12 Dec 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about the woodland in Northiam and Brede which he purchased from Mr Lardner  FRE/3303  24 Dec 1850

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about a codicil to his will  FRE/3304  2 Jan 1851

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about his Irish estate  FRE/3305  8 Jan 1851

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about estate matters  FRE/3306  18 Jan 1851

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about Leicestershire estate matters  FRE/3307  23 Jan 1851

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about presenting the Rev Augustus Aylward to the rectory of Brede and news of the birth of his sister Mary Aylward's daughter Anne on 26 Feb  FRE/3308  28 Feb 1851

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about general matters  FRE/3309  1 Mar 1851

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson abut a meeting  FRE/3310  21 Mar 1851

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson about the Irish estate  FRE/3311  25 Apr 1851

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Stamford, Lincolnshire about problems with Aaron Pinyon's estate accounts  FRE/3312  2 May 1851

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson about having found the deeds of the lands in Herstmonceux and Newchurch, Kent which Thomas's father purchased in 1806  FRE/3313  9 May 1851

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson about Aaron Pinyon's accounts  FRE/3314  28 May 1851

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson about selling the land in Herstmonceux  FRE/3315  28 Jun 1851

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson about buying land from Mr Curteis and other estate matters  FRE/3316  2 Jul 1851

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson about buying land from Mr Curteis and other estate matters  FRE/3317  12 Jul 1851

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson about estate matters  FRE/3318  21 Jul 1851

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Stamford, Lincolnshire about purchasing Rugg's land (the Mill Corner estate) in Northiam with newspaper notice of the sale  FRE/3319  24 Jul 1851

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Stamford, Lincolnshire about granting an annuity to Edward and Jane Carus Wilson  FRE/3320  24 Jul 1851

Letter from Thomas Frewen, St Martin's, Stamford, Lincolnshire to William Nanson about granting an annuity to Edward and Jane C Wilson  FRE/3321  29 Jul 1851

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson, 9 Castle Street, Carlisle  FRE/3322  11 Aug 1851

Contents:
About purchasing an annuity for Edward and Jane C Wilson and that he has heard from the Rev William Peterson, curate at Casterton, 'William Carus Wilson has treated him as he treats every one, & he has bare it with patience & meekness till he can do so no more, & now wishes to leave Casterton after residing there 18 months & get another curacy: he is a very good sober minded solid man, & if you hear of a curacy with a house, where there is not a great deal to do (for he is a weakly person) think of him'

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about purchasing Rugg's land in Northiam  FRE/3323  8 Sep 1851

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson, Camden Lodge, Cranbrook about purchasing Rugg's land in Northiam and enclosing a letter from his solicitor (FRE/3325)  FRE/3324  9 Sep 1851

Letter from W N Ottaway, Staplehurst, solicitor to Thomas Frewen about purchasing Rugg's land in Northiam  FRE/3325  8 Sep 1851

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson about completing the purchase of Rugg's land at Perrymans Cross and the conduct of Edward C Wilson  FRE/3326  23 Sep 1851

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Camden Lodge, Cranbrook about completing the purchase of Rugg's land at Perrymans Cross and the conduct of Edward C Wilson  FRE/3327  23 Sep 1851

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about general matters  FRE/3328  17 Oct 1851

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson inviting him to visit  FRE/3329  25 Oct 1851

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson Edward and Jane C Wilson's annuity and general matters  FRE/3330  22 Dec 1851

Letter from Thomas Frewen, St Martin's, Stamford, Lincolnshire about his opposition to a proposed railway from Leicester to Nuneaton due to his involvement with the Sapcote turnpike  FRE/3331  8 Jan 1852

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about his opposition to the Leicester to Nuneaton railway, his debts, the state of Aaron Pinyon's accounts and about his plan to purchase the advowson of Cold Overton because he is greatly annoyed by the 'new appointment to the living; a pious good man Mr Nutt our new rector is, but he is no gentleman & his wife is sister to a publican at Pickwall & a former tenant of mine & is no lady nor are her children pleasant neighbours'  FRE/3332  29 Jan, completed 2 Feb 1852

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about the state of Aaron Pinyon's accounts and other estate matters  FRE/3333  23 Feb 1852

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about the bill for the Leicester to Nuneaton railway  FRE/3334  2 Mar 1852

Letter from Thomas Frewen, St Martins, Stamford, Lincolnshire about his Irish estate, the cost of the elections for County Cork, his wish to buy the advowson of Cold Overton and other estate matters  FRE/3335  16 Apr 1852

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson about the recent death of the Rev John Bickersteth of Sapcote and his wish to sell either the advowson or the right to the next presentation and his wish to have an Evangelical and not a Fractarian  FRE/3336  22 Apr 1852

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson about the recent Rev John Bickersteth not being dead, 'but very much better  FRE/3337  23 Apr 1852

Letter from Thomas Frewen, St Martins, Stamford, Lincolnshire about the birth of his son Richard in February and the sale of the advowson of Sapcote  FRE/3338  30 Apr 1852

Letter from Thomas Frewen, St Martins, Stamford, Lincolnshire to William Nanson  FRE/3339  8 May 1852

Contents:
About purchasing the advowson of Great Addington, Northamptonshire and exchanging it for that of Wymondham, Leicestershire with a view to swapping it for Cold Overton

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson about selling the advowson of Sapcote  FRE/3340  22 May 1852

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about general matters  FRE/3341  6 Jun 1852

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Camden Lodge, Cranbrook about the cost of the County Cork elections  FRE/3342  17 Jun 1852

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about general matters  FRE/3343  23 May (?recte Jun) 1852

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about Mr Hartopp being willing to exchange the advowson of Cold Overton for that of Great Addington and the installation of a new water closet at Brickwall  FRE/3344  26 Jul 1852

Letter from Helen Louisa Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about alterations to Thomas's will  FRE/3345  nd [Aug 1852]

Contents:
Endorsed received 15 Aug 1852

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about a meeting  FRE/3346  30 Aug 1852

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about a meeting  FRE/3347  4 Sep 1852

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about having received testimonials from the Rev William Peterson, curate at Casterton who is eager to get the living of Sissinghurst in Cranbrook  FRE/3348  30 Sep 1852

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about the Rev William Peterson's eagerness to get the living of Sissinghurst in Cranbrook  FRE/3349  1 Nov 1852

Letter from Helen Louisa Frewen, Brickwall about the death of Thomas's sister Selina Martin, the wife of the Rev Robert Martin of Anstey Pastures, Leicestershire  FRE/3350  10 Nov 1852

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Camden Lodge, Cranbrook about selling the advowson of Great Addington  FRE/3351  15 Dec 1852

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Camden Lodge, Cranbrook with news that Mr Hartopp has agreed to sell the advowson of Cold Overton for £3,000 but has declined to purchase that of Great Addington which must now be sold  FRE/3352  16 Dec 1852

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Camden Lodge, Cranbrook with news that the living of Great Addington may fall vacant any day and he must appoint an aged person before attempting to sell the advowson  FRE/3353  17 Dec 1852

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Camden Lodge, Cranbrook returning the codicil  FRE/3354  18 Dec 1852

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Camden Lodge, Cranbrook about his state of health  FRE/3355  20 Dec 1852

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about surveying the levels for the new road at Brickwall  FRE/3356  30 Dec 1852

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Camden Lodge, Cranbrook  FRE/3357  11 Jan 1853

Contents:
With news that he has received an offer of £4,200 for the advowson of Great Addington but that he wishes to get £4,500 for it, news about his health and asking whether there is any unclaimed East India stock in the name of Henry Turner or his son John Turner, who 'was a lunatic for many years'

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/3358  19 Jan 1853

Contents:
With his opinion that Hartopp 'will be able to show no documentary title to the Advowson of Cold Overton' since 'the Hartopps got the advowson...150 years ago and more from the Caves, which last family had no right to it, and it in fact appears that the whole business was a rascally transaction arising out of the confusion in which the St Johns left their affairs' and with news of the sale of the public house at Broad Oak which he does not want to purchase 'if I can help it, but it is desirable to keep a hold over the house if possible'

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about how he intends to raise the purchase price of the advowson of Cold Overton, his son Laton is ill with diabetes and that 'we were very proud of kicking out Mackinnon from Rye  FRE/3359  17 Mar 1853

Administrative history:
William Arthur Mackinnon, the Liberal candidate, was returned as MP for the Borough of Rye in Jul 1852 having beaten the Conservative candidate, R C Pomfret, by 240 votes to 208. However the losing side petitioned the House of Commons alleging that his victory was due to bribery and the result was set aside. However, Mackinnon was eventually reinstated in 1853 and served as MP for the Borough until 1865 (L A Vidler A New History of Rye)

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson hoping to meet him soon  FRE/3360  21 Mar 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Camden Lodge, Cranbrook about general matters  FRE/3361  29 Mar 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about general matters  FRE/3362  2 Apr 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson hoping to meet him  FRE/3363  8 Apr 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Camden Lodge, Cranbrook about general matters  FRE/3364  29 Mar 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson  FRE/3365  10 May 1853

Contents:
With news of the birth of his son Moreton on 8 May, that he has lent Miss Anne Masters (sister of William Miller Masters of Maidstone, brewer) £200 to start a school for young ladies at Bayswater and that he would be willing to purchase Casterton Grange if it could be obtained for £1,500

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson with general news  FRE/3366  12 May 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about Mr Hurlstone coming to take his portrait and general news  FRE/3367  6 Jun 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about a meeting  FRE/3368  14 Jun 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about endowing his mother's asylum for orphaned girls at Cold Overton  FRE/3369  1 Jul 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about purchasing land in Northiam and Brede from Thomas Austen of Ewhurst and enlarging Trinity Church, Leicester  FRE/3370  12 Jul 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson enclosing a bond from his mother Eleanor Frewen Turner  FRE/3371  13 Jul 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall with general news  FRE/3372  15 Jul 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about purchasing land at Sapcote  FRE/3373  20 Jul 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about purchasing land at Northiam and a meeting  FRE/3374  26 Jul 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about an article in the Cork Examiner abusing him about the celebrated cause Frewen v McCarthy  FRE/3375  15 Aug 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about general matters  FRE/3376  22 Aug 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about the sale of Rathelan glebe  FRE/3377  4 Oct 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about the sale of Rathelan glebe  FRE/3378  5 Oct 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about purchasing land at Sapcote  FRE/3379  11 Oct 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Camden Lodge, Cranbrook about his finances and Nanson's intention to leave Camden Lodge  FRE/3380  19 Oct 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about general matters  FRE/3381  21 Oct 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about general matters  FRE/3382  25 Oct 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, (Russell Square, Middlesex) about his Irish advowsons  FRE/3383  10 Nov 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about his Irish advowsons  FRE/3384  13 Nov 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about general matters  FRE/3385  30 Nov 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about his Irish advowsons and the Leicester, Hinckley and Nuneaton Railway bill  FRE/3386  15 Dec 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about buying William Faithful's house and land in Northiam  FRE/3387  19 Dec 1853

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about his finances  FRE/3388  2 Jan 1854

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about the purchase of Faithful's house and general matters  FRE/3389  3 Jan 1854

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about Faithful's house  FRE/3390  9 Jan 1854

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about Faithful's house  FRE/3391  13 Jan 1854

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about Faithful's house  FRE/3392  16 Jan 1854

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about Faithful's house  FRE/3393  18 Jan 1854

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about whether he should employ a local solicitor in addition to Nanson  FRE/3394  23 Jan 1854

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about legal matters  FRE/3395  26 Jan 1854

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about travelling to London the cholera outbreak there  FRE/3396  5 Feb 1854

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about legal matters  FRE/3397  16 Feb 1854

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson offering his congratulations on Miss Nansons' forthcoming marriage and other matters  FRE/3398  6 Mar 1854

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about his Irish estate  FRE/3399  10 May 1854

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 31 Sussex Square, Brighton to William Nanson about his Irish estate  FRE/3400  12 May 1854

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson about general matters  FRE/3401  17 Jun 1854

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings about his will  FRE/3402  21 Jun 1854

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson about general matters  FRE/3403  9 Jul 1854

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brighton about the advowson of Sapcote  FRE/3404  21 Jul 1854

Letter from Thomas Frewen about general matters  FRE/3405  13 Aug 1854

Letter from Helen Louisa Frewen, Ore about engaging a doctor  FRE/3406  16 Sep 1854

Letter from Helen Louisa Frewen, Ore to William Nanson about the doctor  FRE/3407  7 Oct 1854

Letter from Helen Louisa Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson about the doctor  FRE/3408  11 Oct 1854

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore about the doctor and the Irish estate  FRE/3409  15 Oct 1854

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Ore to William Nanson worrying about the possible loss of Frederick Homan (his wife's brother) on board the Strathmore which set sail from Melbourne and purchases of land  FRE/3410  27 Oct 1854

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson about estate matters  FRE/3411  23 Nov 1854

Letter from Helen Louisa Frewen, Ore to William Nanson about having received letters from her brother  FRE/3412  13 Nov 1854

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Ore to William Nanson about estate matters  FRE/3413  23 Nov 1854

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about his Irish advowsons  FRE/3414  16 Dec 1854

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Ore to William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex asking for Dixon's address  FRE/3415  24 Dec 1854

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Ore to William Nanson about estate matters  FRE/3416  28 Dec 1854

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Ore enclosing FRE/3318  FRE/3417  12 Jan 1855

Counsel's opinion (John D Fitzgerald, QC, 1 Merrion Square, Dublin) concerning the suit between Thomas Frewen and the Incorporated Society for Promoting English Protestant Schools in Ireland and discussing the case  FRE/3418  28 Dec 1854

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Ore to William Nanson about the case against the Incorporated Society  FRE/3419  13 Jan 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen concerning the case against the Incorporated Society  FRE/3420  15 Jan 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen enclosing the codicil  FRE/3421  15 Jan 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Ore to William Nanson about the case against the Incorporated Society  FRE/3422  16 Jan 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the case against the Incorporated Society  FRE/3423  17 Jan 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Ore to William Nanson about the case against the Incorporated Society  FRE/3424  18 Jan 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the case against the Incorporated Society and his codicil  FRE/3425  19 Jan 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the case against the Incorporated Society  FRE/3426  26 Jan 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Ore to William Nanson about the case against the Incorporated Society  FRE/3427  29 Jan 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the case against the Incorporated Society  FRE/3428  31 Jan 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Ore to William Nanson about his finances  FRE/3429  6 Feb 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about finances and the case against the Incorporated Society  FRE/3430  7 Feb 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the Irish estate  FRE/3431  10 Feb 1855

Letter from Rev Somers Payne, Upton near Inishanon to William Nanson about the Irish estate  FRE/3432  9 Feb 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the Irish estate and enclosing FRE/3432  FRE/3433  12 Feb 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the Irish estate  FRE/3434  15 Feb 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, The Croft, Hastings to William Nanson about the deeds of his Irish estate  FRE/3435  16 Feb 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson about the case against the Incorporated Society  FRE/3436  23 Feb 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the case against the Incorporated Society  FRE/3437  24 Feb 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson about the case against the Incorporated Society  FRE/3438  26 Feb 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson about the Irish estate  FRE/3439  2 Mar 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings about the Irish estate  FRE/3440  5 Mar 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings about copies of documents in the case Turner v Adderley and the Irish estate  FRE/3441  7 Mar 1855

Copy of letter from John Hall, 49 North Great George Street, (?Dublin) to Edward Mathews, (Dublin) informing him that Mr Mulholland has offered £29,000 for the Irish estate in County Cork  FRE/3442  5 Mar 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings enclosing FRE/3442 and general news  FRE/3443  8 Mar 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, The Croft, [Hastings] to William Nanson with news of his wife's illness with whooping cough and his intention of visiting Brickwall to search for more papers concerning the Irish estate  FRE/3444  8 Mar 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson concerning the offer for the Irish estate which he purchased in 1838  FRE/3445  9 Mar 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings about documents in the case Turner v Adderley  FRE/3446  12 Mar 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings about documents in the case Turner v Adderley  FRE/3447  15 Mar 1855

Letter from Rev Somers Payne, Upton near Inishannon to William Nanson about his accounts  FRE/3448  14 Mar 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson concerning a box for his Irish papers  FRE/3449  15 Mar 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, The Croft, Hastings to William Nanson concerning deeds of the Irish estate  FRE/3450  16 Mar 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings about Payne's accounts and boxes for his papers  FRE/3451  16 Mar 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings about the Irish estate  FRE/3452  17 Mar 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings about the Irish estate and enclosing FRE/3454  FRE/3453  23 Mar 1855

Letter from Edward Mathews, Inishannon, County Cork, Ireland to William Nanson concerning the case Frewen v the Incorporated Society  FRE/3454  21 Mar 1855

Letter from Rev Somers Payne, Upton near Inishannon to William Nanson about victory in the case Frewen v the Incorporated Society  FRE/3455  24 Mar 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings about the Irish estate and enclosing FRE/3455  FRE/3456  23 Mar 1855

Letter from Edward Mathews, 81 Lower Gardner Street, Dublin to William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex concerning the case Frewen v the Incorporated Society  FRE/3457  26 Mar 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings enclosing FRE/3456  FRE/3458  27 Mar 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson about the case he has just won  FRE/3459  30 Mar 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson about an exchange of land near Broad Oak turnpike  FRE/3460  31 Mar 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen concerning the case Frewen v the Incorporated Society  FRE/3461  31 Mar 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson about leaving his house at 11 Carlisle Parade  FRE/3462  1 Apr 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen concerning the case Frewen v the Incorporated Society  FRE/3463  7 Apr 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Hastings Lodge, Hastings to William Nanson concerning the case Frewen v the Incorporated Society  FRE/3464  9 Apr 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Hastings Lodge, Hastings concerning the case Frewen v the Incorporated Society  FRE/3465  10 Apr 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Hastings Lodge, Hastings concerning the Brickwall estate  FRE/3466  12 Apr 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen concerning Frederick Homan's debts  FRE/3467  12 Apr 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the church patronage codicil  FRE/3468  12 Apr 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Hastings Lodge, Hastings to William Nanson concerning the Inishannon estate  FRE/3469  13 Apr 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Hastings Lodge, Hastings to William Nanson concerning Frederick Homan and possibility that the land which he is to receive in exchange from J Mawle is still subject to a mortgage from the Springett family  FRE/3470  13 Apr 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the Inishannon estate and leases which had been granted on it, and the exchange of land with J Mawle  FRE/3471  14 Apr 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen acknowledging the receipt of the Inishannon rental  FRE/3472  14 Apr 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Hastings Lodge, Hastings to William Nanson concerning Frederick Homan's affairs  FRE/3473  16 Apr 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Hastings Lodge, Hastings to William Nanson concerning a new codicil to his will  FRE/3474  17 Apr 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen concerning Frederick Homan  FRE/3475  17 Apr 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen concerning the new codicil to his will  FRE/3476  18 Apr 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen concerning the exchange of land with Mr Mawle  FRE/3477  23 Apr 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Hastings Lodge, Hastings to William Nanson concerning the new codicil to his will and the provisions of the 1852 codicil  FRE/3478  23 Apr 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen concerning his will  FRE/3479  24 Apr 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Hastings Lodge, Hastings concerning his will  FRE/3480  25 Apr 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Hastings Lodge, Hastings concerning the exchange of land with Mr Mawle  FRE/3481  27 Apr 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen concerning his will  FRE/3482  28 Apr 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen to William Nanson concerning the new codicil to his will and the provisions of the 1852 codicil  FRE/3483  29 Apr 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Hastings Lodge, Hastings concerning his will  FRE/3484  30 Apr 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen to William Nanson concerning the new codicil to his will and the provisions of the 1852 codicil  FRE/3485  2 May 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen concerning his will  FRE/3486  3 May 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Hastings to William Nanson concerning the new codicil to his will  FRE/3487  4 May 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen concerning a new trial in the case Frewen v the Incorporated Society and enclosing FRE/3489  FRE/3488  8 May 1855

Letter from Edward Mathews, 81 Lower Gardiner Street, Dublin to William Nanson concerning the new trial in the case Frewen v the Incorporated Society  FRE/3489  7 May 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen concerning Frederick Homan  FRE/3490  9 May 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Hastings Lodge, Hastings to William Nanson concerning the new trial in the case Frewen v the Incorporated Society  FRE/3491  9 May 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Hastings Lodge, Hastings to William Nanson concerning the new trial in the case Frewen v the Incorporated Society  FRE/3492  10 May 1855

Abstract of Mr Pinyon's account with Thomas Frewen relating to the Brickwall estate, 9 Mar 1854 - 27 Apr 1855, and a list of the untenanted farms on the Inishannon estate, 1855  FRE/3493  1854-1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Hastings Lodge, Hastings to William Nanson concerning the new trial in the case Frewen v the Incorporated Society  FRE/3494  21 May 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen concerning the exchange of land with Mr Mawle  FRE/3495  26 May 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Hastings Lodge, Hastings to William Nanson concerning Pinyon's accounts (see FRE/3493  FRE/3496  29 May 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Hastings Lodge, Hastings to William Nanson about the possibility of buying Woodland Lodge, Ore  FRE/3497  30 May 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about Pinyon's accounts  FRE/3498  30 May 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about general matters  FRE/3499  31 May 1855

Letter from Rev Somers Payne, Upton near Inishannon to William Nanson about his accounts  FRE/3500  30 May 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Hastings Lodge, Hastings to William Nanson about the estate accounts  FRE/3501  1 Jun 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen enclosing a statement of his accounts with Thomas  FRE/3502  2 Jun 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Hastings Lodge, Hastings to William Nanson with general news  FRE/3503  4 Jun 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Hastings Lodge, Hastings enclosing FRE/3505-3506  FRE/3504  3 Jul 1855

Letter from James Boylan, Dominick Street to J H Bath, Galway concerning his survey of the Galway glebes  FRE/3505  27 Jun 1855

Letter from J H Bath, Galway to William Nanson, Hastings enclosing FRE/3505  FRE/3506  28 Jun 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen on general matters  FRE/3507  6 Jul 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen enclosing FRE/3509  FRE/3508  9 Jul 1855

Letter from J Robinson, Herbert Street, Dublin to William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex concerning deeds of land in Ireland  FRE/3509  7 Jul 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Hastings Lodge, Hastings to William Nanson about codicils to his will  FRE/3510  9 Jul 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about rewriting his will  FRE/3511  23 Jul 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen enclosing FRE/3513  FRE/3512  23 Jul 1855

Letter from Edward Mathews, 81 Lower Gardiner Street, Dublin to William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex concerning the case Frewen v the Incorporated Society  FRE/3513  21 Jul 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen arranging to meet him soon  FRE/3514  24 Jul 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall congratulating him on the birth of his daughter (Anna Louisa Frewen) and about his will  FRE/3515  2 Aug 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about the birth of his daughter and his will  FRE/3516  2 Aug 1855

Letter from Edward Mathews, Figrove, Inishannon to William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex reporting that the verdict in the case Frewen v the Incorporated Society has gone against them, 2 Aug 1855, endorsed with covering letter from William Nanson to Thomas Frewen, 4 Aug 1855  FRE/3517  [n.d.]

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about the verdict in the case Frewen v the Incorporated Society and the birth of his daughter  FRE/3518  7 Aug 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about his will and the ill health of Thomas's wife  FRE/3519  8 Aug 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the codicil to his will  FRE/3520  9 Aug 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen enclosing FRE/3522  FRE/3521  14 Aug 1855

Letter from Charles Hay Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson about the title to the advowson of Cold Overton and the proposed enlargement of Northiam churchyard  FRE/3522  13 Aug 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the codicil to his will  FRE/3523  21 Aug 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about the codicil to his will  FRE/3524  24 Aug 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen concerning their meeting and the Irish estate  FRE/3525  25 Aug 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson requesting that he visit him immediately  FRE/3526  28 Aug 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson about his estate accounts  FRE/3527  17 Sep 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about Frewen family matters with two schemes of limitation for the Irish, Leicestershire and Sussex estates  FRE/3528  18 Sep 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson about the deeds of land at Brede  FRE/3529  24 Sep 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson  FRE/3530  5 Oct 1855

Contents:
About his son Jack (John) having found 'a ship in which he purposes sailing to Balaklava [Balaclava in the Crimea] & back: it is the Scamander now loading at Deptford to carry out stores to the army...I think I have driven Jack off the idea of a sea life'

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, 5 Croft, Hastings concerning enquiries about the ship in which Jack proposes sailing  FRE/3531  5 Oct 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen enclosing FRE/3533-3534, 8 Nov 1855, 5 Croft, Hastings concerning enquiries about the ship in which Jack proposes sailing  FRE/3532  18 Sep 1855

Letter from James Naylor, Rotherhithe Coal Wharf to Mr Plunkett informing him that the Scamander is only nine months old and is a screw propelled ironship  FRE/3533  6 Oct 1855

Letter from C Curtis, 23 Ely Place, Middlesex to William Nanson (envelope addressed to Thomas Frewen, 5 Croft, Hastings) reporting that the Scamander is a first class iron steamer  FRE/3534  6 Oct 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen enclosing FRE/3536  FRE/3535  9 Oct 1855

Letter from Mr Davis, 9 St Helen's Place, London to Mr Pearson requesting that he inform Dr Goodfellow that the Scamander is in excellent order  FRE/3536  8 Oct 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson with news that Mr Scott has declined the living of Sapcote and enquiring about the possibility of exchanging it  FRE/3537  14 Oct 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen suggesting suitable candidates  FRE/3538  15 Oct 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen informing him that Mr Simpson wishes to cease to act as his trustee  FRE/3539  19 Oct 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen enclosing something (missing)  FRE/3540  31 Oct 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen concerning the accounts of the Rev Somers Payne  FRE/3541  7 Nov 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson thanking him for the information about the Scamander and with general news  FRE/3542  7 Nov 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson asking him to see if there is any news of the Scamander and about alterations to his will and settlements  FRE/3543  11 Nov 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen concerning the trust funds  FRE/3544  12 Nov 1855

Copy of FRE/3544  FRE/3545  12 Nov 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, 5 Croft, Hastings with news of the purchase of the Hargreave's interest in Ballylangley for £800  FRE/3546  12 Nov 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson informing him that he has now heard from his son Jack (John) at Gibraltar  FRE/3547  13 Nov 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson with general news  FRE/3548  14 Nov 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen enclosing FRE/3550  FRE/3549  19 Nov 1855

Letter from Edward Mathews, 81 Lower Gardiner Street, Dublin to William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex informing him that the court has refused a new trial in the case Frewen v the Incorporated Society  FRE/3550  17 Nov 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson about the case Frewen v the Incorporated Society  FRE/3551  20 Nov 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson about a map of the Inishannon estate  FRE/3552  5 Dec 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore about the map of the Inishannon estate and the living of Sapcote  FRE/3553  6 Dec 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about life assurance and enclosing FRE/3555  FRE/3554  10 Dec 1855

Letter from Henry William Smith, Albert Life Assurance Company, 11 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall informing him that the directors will allow £210 for the surrender of his policy  FRE/3555  6 Dec 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about life assurance and Frederick Homan  FRE/3556  11 Dec 1855

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Ore to William Nanson about his life assurance policy  FRE/3557  11 Dec 1855

Letter from Rev Somers Payne, Upton near Inishannon to Thomas Frewen about his accounts  FRE/3558  31 Dec 1855

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen enclosing FRE/3560  FRE/3559  8 Jan 1856

Letter from Rev Somers Payne, Upton near Inishannon to William Nanson about his accounts  FRE/3560  4 Jan 1856

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson informing him that Mr Sneppe, curate of Northiam is willing to take the living of Sapcote and will purchase Clay, Norfolk and present John Homan to it, but wonders whether this will make him guilty of simony  FRE/3561  14 Jan 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen suggesting that he should appoint John Homas to Sapcote and that he and Mr Sneppe should enter into an agreement for the exchange of Sapcote and Clay  FRE/3562  15 Jan 1856

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about the Sapcote rental  FRE/3563  17 Jan 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the Sapcote estate  FRE/3564  18 Jan 1856

Letter from Rev Somers Payne, Upton near Inishannon to Thomas Frewen enclosing FRE/3566  FRE/3565  20 Jan 1856

Letter from Rev Alexander Dallas, Birchenough's, Midland Great Western Railway Hotel, Galway to the Rev Somers Payne  FRE/3566  18 Jan 1856

Contents:
Concerning the delay in Thomas Frewen's gift to the Curracanon Orphans' Nursery and that this has caused complications with the proposed exchange of land

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson about the case Frewen v the Incorporated Society  FRE/3567  21 Jan 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Croft, Hastings about Payne's accounts and enclosing FRE/3569  FRE/3568  30 Jan 1856

Letter from Rev Somers Payne, Upton near Inishannon to William Nanson concerning his accounts  FRE/3569  27 Jan 1856

Letter from Rev Somers Payne, Upton near Inishannon to Thomas Frewen concerning the house of the late Mr Field at Inishannon, with copy of his letter to the Rev Mannsell Eyre, concerning the late Mr Field's house, 30 Jan 1856, and enclosing FRE/3571-3572  FRE/3570  31 Jan 1856

Letter from Rev H M Eyre, Inishannon to the Rev Somers Payne about the removal of the chimney piece and pear tree at the house of the late Mr Field in Inishannon  FRE/3571  28 Jan 1856

Letter from Mrs Anne McCarthy, Inishannon to the Rev Somers Payne  FRE/3572  30 Jan 1856

Contents:
Admitting that she removed the old chimney piece from Castleview (which she understood to have been bought by her late uncle Mr Field), apologises for not having asked permission to do so and denies having removed the pear tree

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen enclosing FRE/3574  FRE/3573  1 Feb 1856

Letter from Edward Mathew, 81 Lower Gardiner Street, Dublin to William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, London concerning the case Frewen v the Incorporated Society  FRE/3574  31 Jan 1856

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about the case Frewen v the Incorporated Society  FRE/3575  3 Feb 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the case Frewen v the Incorporated Society and enclosing FRE/3577  FRE/3576  4 Feb 1856

Letter from Rev Somers Payne, Upton near Inishannon to William Nanson about his accounts  FRE/3577  1 Feb 1856

Letter from Rev Somers Payne, Upton near Inishannon to Thomas Frewen about his accounts and the Inishannon estate  FRE/3578  5 Feb 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the settlement  FRE/3579  12 Feb 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the case Frewen v the Incorporated Society  FRE/3580  14 Feb 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about Payne's accounts  FRE/3581  19 Feb 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the settlement  FRE/3582  20 Feb 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the settlement  FRE/3583  22 Feb 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the Inishannon estate and enclosing FRE/3585  FRE/3584  29 Feb 1856

Letter from Rev Somers Payne, Upton near Inishannon to William Nanson about the Inishannon estate  FRE/3585  27 Feb 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen asking for news Thomas's brother's illness  FRE/3586  4 Mar 1856

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson about the Inishannon estate and financial matters  FRE/3587  4 Mar 1856

Letter from Rev Somers Payne, Upton near Inishannon to Thomas Frewen, 5 Croft, Hastings about the Inishannon estate  FRE/3588  7 Mar 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, 5 Croft, Hastings enclosing FRE/3590 and about Thomas's 'determination not to accept Roman Catholic's as tenants'  FRE/3589  12 Mar 1856

Letter from Rev Somers Payne, Upton near Inishannon to William Nanson  FRE/3590  10 Mar 1856

Contents:
About Thomas's refusal to let land to Roman Catholics and enclosing letters from John Donovan, 31 Jan & 10 Mar, and Daniel Murphey, 10 Mar, both of Inishannon to the Rev Payne expressing their willingness to rent land from Thomas Frewen

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about arranging a meeting  FRE/3591  28 Mar 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the Inishannon estate  FRE/3592  3 Apr 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen enclosing Aaron Pinyon's accounts for 1855  FRE/3593  8 Apr 1856

Letter from Rev Somers Payne, Upton near Inishannon to Thomas Frewen about the Inishannon estate  FRE/3594  9 Apr 1856

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson about his financial affairs, enclosing a letter from the vicar of Melton Mowbray and about purchasing the advowson of Queniborough  FRE/3595  11 Apr 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen enclosing FRE/3597  FRE/3596  12 Apr 1856

Letter from R F Croughton, Newmarket, Suffolk to William Nanson concerning a recently discovered glebe terrier of 1718  FRE/3597  28 Mar 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen informing him that the petition of the Incorporated Society has been dismissed with costs  FRE/3598  25 Apr 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about his financial affairs  FRE/3599  25 Apr 1856

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about his purchase from Hargreave and the illness of the Rev Payne who's 'death is expected daily'  FRE/3600  25 Apr 1856

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about winning the case against the Incorporated Society  FRE/3601  1 May 1856

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson  FRE/3602  19 May 1856

Contents:
Informing him that his son Laton died at Worthing at 8 pm on 18 May - 'he had been getting thinner & weaker for many months & an attack of Influenza finished him' - about the codicil and Morton Frewen having agreed to act as an executor in place of Mr Simpson

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen enclosing FRE/3604  FRE/3603  19 May 1856

Letter from Edward Mathews, 81 Lower Gardiner Street, Dublin to William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex about the Inishannon estate  FRE/3604  16 May 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen sending his condolences about Laton's death and news about the Inishannon estate  FRE/3605  20 May 1856

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Ridge Cottage, Ore to William Nanson informing him that he has got this house for 3 weeks  FRE/3606  25 May 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the Inishannon estate  FRE/3607  26 May 1856

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Ridge Cottage, Ore to William Nanson arranging a meeting  FRE/3608  27 May 1856

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson informing him that he cannot find the detailed rental of Inishannon amongst his papers  FRE/3609  27 May 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen informing him that he will bring all the boxes of the Inishannon papers to Brickwall  FRE/3610  28 May 1856

Letter from Rev Somers Payne, Upton near Inishannon to Thomas Frewen about the Inishannon estate  FRE/3611  29 May 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the Inishannon estate  FRE/3612  14 Jun 1856

Letter from Rev Somers Payne, Upton near Inishannon to Thomas Frewen about the Inishannon estate and enclosing FRE/3614  FRE/3613  20 Jun 1856

Letter from Richard Dennely, Prospect Villa to the Rev Somers Payne, Upton near Inishannon declining to take the crops on the farm at their terms and protesting against his treatment  FRE/3614  19 Jun 1856

Letter from Rev Somers Payne, Upton near Inishannon to Thomas Frewen about the Inishannon estate  FRE/3615  27 Jun 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the purchase of the advowson of Queniborough  FRE/3616  27 Jun 1856

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson about the purchase of the advowson of Queniborough  FRE/3617  30 Jun 1856

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson about the purchase of the advowson of Queniborough  FRE/3618  1 Jul 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen informing him that the cheques for the purchase of the advowson of Queniborough were missing from his letter  FRE/3619  1 Jul 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen informing him that the cheques have arrived  FRE/3620  2 Jul 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen informing him that this testamentary papers are ready for his signature  FRE/3621  4 Jul 1856

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson about his will and codicils  FRE/3622  7 Jul 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about arranging a meeting  FRE/3623  11 Jul 1856

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about his will and codicils  FRE/3624  16 Jul 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about arranging a meeting  FRE/3625  17 Jul 1856

Letter from Rev Somers Payne, Upton near Inishannon to Thomas Frewen about the Inishannon estate  FRE/3626  17 Jul 1856

Letter from Rev Somers Payne, Upton near Inishannon to Thomas Frewen about the Inishannon estate  FRE/3627  18 Jul 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about his financial affairs  FRE/3628  8 Aug 1856

William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore  FRE/3629  18 Aug 1856

Contents:
Informing him that he has received the conveyance of the advowson of Queniborough and enclosing a printed report of the directors of The London and Westminster Bank, 16 Jul 1856

Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about his return to Woodlands  FRE/3630  21 Aug 1856

William Nanson, Castle Hotel, Hastings to Thomas Frewen informing him that he will call on him at Woodlands tomorrow  FRE/3631  22 Aug 1856

Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson about returning to Brickwall  FRE/3632  26 Aug 1856

William Nanson, Marine Hotel, Hastings to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore with general news  FRE/3633  26 Aug 1856

William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen enclosing FRE/3635  FRE/3634  18 Sep 1856

Rev Somers Payne, Upton House, Upton near Inishannon to William Nanson  FRE/3635  22 Sep 1856

Contents:
Asking his permission to transfer his agency of the Inishannon area to his son James (who is aged 28 and a magistrate) due to his declining health, 22 Sep 1856, with letter from James Payne, Upton House, Upton near Inishannon to William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex giving information about tenants of the Inishannon estate, 14 Sep 1856

Rev Somers Payne, Upton House, Upton near Inishannon to Thomas Frewen enclosing FRE/3637  FRE/3636  26 Sep 1856

Gavin Walker, Cork to the Rev Somers Payne reporting on the condition of Dromkeen Farm and expressing his willingness to lease it  FRE/3637  25 Sep 1856

Rev Somers Payne, Upton House, Upton near Inishannon to Thomas Frewen concerning the Inishannon estate, with letter from Charles O'Hara, Shaveen agreeing to rent land on the estate, 29 Sep 1856  FRE/3638  2 Oct 1856

Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson about estate matters  FRE/3639  10 Oct 1856

William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the deeds of the Inishannon estate and the Rev Payne's wish to transfer his agency of the estate  FRE/3640  11 Oct 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall (redirected from Woodlands, Ore) about the deeds of the Inishannon estate  FRE/3641  14 Oct 1856

Letter from Rev Somers Payne, Upton near Inishannon to Thomas Frewen concerning the Inishannon estate  FRE/3642  23 Oct 1856

Letter from Rev Somers Payne, Upton near Inishannon to Thomas Frewen concerning the Inishannon estate, with letter from Captain Richard L Warren, Queenstown proposing to take a 999 year lease of part of Dromkeen Farm  FRE/3643  23 Oct 1856

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson requesting the latest rental of the Inishannon estate  FRE/3644  27 Oct 1856

Letter from Rev Somers Payne, Upton near Inishannon to Thomas Frewen concerning the Inishannon estate, with letter from Charles O'Hara, Shaveen proposing to lease part of the estate, 30 Oct 1856  FRE/3645  31 Oct 1856

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex  FRE/3646  10 Nov 1856

Contents:
Informing him that his former butler Edward Evans has recently died and that although he has left his widow Jane £340 in his will, that he actually had £1650 in Consols - he has asked her to call on William Nanson
Endorsed note by Eleanor Frewen to William Nanson that Jane was her faithful servant for some years.

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen enclosing FRE/3648  FRE/3647  12 Nov 1856

Letter from William B Young, Hastings to William Nanson  FRE/3648  12 Nov 1856

Contents:
Informing him that the premium on the Rev Augustus Anthony Aylward's policy is due today and that it is not his intention to keep it up - 'Mr Aylward speaks with regret of having to drop the insurance but that it is a matter of necessity with him to do so'

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen reporting on his meeting with Jane Evans  FRE/3649  12 Nov 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen concerning the Rev Aylward's insurance policy  FRE/3650  13 Nov 1856

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson  FRE/3651  16 Nov 1856

Contents:
Concerning the Rev Aylward's insurance policy - 'I am on no better terms with the A's than heretofore & have stated positively that I will not pay their interest while they continue at Brede, unless they compel me, & then they may take the consequences if they provoke an open rupture with me: I do not now hold any communication with Brede Rectory' - and about his wish to buy a property in Beckley to prevent a tailor from being turned out

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning the need to continue the Rev Aylward's insurance policy and that responsibility for payment must fall on Thomas Frewen  FRE/3652  17 Nov 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen informing him that he has received the deeds relating to the Mount Prospect mortgage (Dublin)  FRE/3653  19 Nov 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall enclosing FRE/3655  FRE/3654  21 Nov 1856

Letter from Frederick Homan, Beechworth, Melbourne, Australia to William Nanson about the state of his finances  FRE/3655  22 Aug 1856

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson enclosing FRE/3657  FRE/3656  27 Nov 1856

Copy of letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to the Rev Ardill, DD concerning the case Frewen v the Incorporated Society and requesting the surrender of the remaining 2 acres of land at Inishannon in their possession  FRE/3657  27 Nov 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall informing him that he has forwarded the letter to the Rev Doctor Ardill  FRE/3658  28 Nov 1856

Letter from Rev Somers Payne, Upton near Inishannon to Thomas Frewen concerning the Inishannon estate  FRE/3659  3 Dec 1856

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson enclosing the address of Robert Russell of 59 Coleman Street, London, solicitor who is dealing with the purchase of the cottage at Beckley  FRE/3660  3 Dec 1856

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson enclosing FRE/3662-3664  FRE/3661  11 Dec 1856

Letter from Rev N Ardill, 73 Harcourt Street, Dublin to Thomas Frewen  FRE/3662  29 Nov 1856

Contents:
Informing him that the Incorporated Society will have to discontinue its grant to the Inishannon Parochial School unless he can in some way assist the Society 'to an extent equal to the income derived from the land which by the late proceedings vested in you' and giving details of the endowment of the school

Letter from Rev N Ardill, 73 Harcourt Street, Dublin to Thomas Frewen  FRE/3663  8 Dec 1856

Contents:
Explaining that he had written FRE/3662 before he had received FRE/3657 and assuring him that he appreciates the 'kind and couteous manner in which you express yourself towards the society', that he was not aware of the compromise which he had previously suggested, but that he thinks such a compromise would be in the best interests of all concerned

Copy of letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to the Rev Ardill, DD  FRE/3664  11 Dec 1856

Contents:
Stating that he had in fact offered them a compromise before going to law but that they had declined his offer, and stating that his 'quarrel with the Society is that my predecessors granted land both for a site & for an endowment of a Protestant School, that when I became possessed of the estate there was no school whatsoever nor had there been for many years but that the Society had leased this property for a long term to a Roman Catholic gentleman who though a most respectable man is the last person one could look to promote Protestant education in the place...When I have recovered the entire property it is my full intention to do much more for the school at Inishannon that I have already done'

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen concerning the purchase of the cottage at Beckley  FRE/3665  12 Dec 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about his finances  FRE/3666  13 Dec 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen informing him that he has forwarded his letter to the Rev Ardill  FRE/3667  13 Dec 1856

Letter from Messrs Robert Russell, 1 Mitre Court Chambers, Temple, Middlesex to William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex  FRE/3668  13 Dec 1856

Contents:
Concerning the need to get Thomas Frewen's signature as one of the trustees of the marriage settlement of Henry Raikes, with endorsed explanatory note from Nanson to Frewen

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson about his finances  FRE/3669  15 Dec 1856

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen concerning his finances  FRE/3670  17 Dec 1856

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson concerning the purchase of the cottage in Beckley due to the distress of the tenant George Springett, a tailor  FRE/3671  29 Dec 1856

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson concerning his finances and his decision to purchase Woodlands, Ore  FRE/3672  9 Jan 1857

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson asking him whether he knows of any suitable candidates for Queniborough  FRE/3673  14 Jan 1857

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson thanking him for suggesting Mr Wilson for the living of Queniborough  FRE/3674  20 Jan 1857

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson concerning the Sapcote turnpike  FRE/3675  21 Jan 1857

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson  FRE/3676  27 Jan 1857

Contents:
Enclosing £150 for the cottage in Beckley, hopes that Mr Wilson will accept the Queniborough living and that his brother Charles Hay Frewen has stood down as MP for eastern Sussex so that he can stand for north Leicestershire - 'but not by my advice'

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson about his finances  FRE/3677  1 Feb 1857

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson hopes that Mr Wilson will accept the Queniborough living, encloses FRE/3679 and informing him that his brother Charles Hay Frewen has retired from the contest for north Leicestershire  FRE/3678  13 Feb 1857

Letter from Rev N Ardill, Incorporated Society House, 73 Harcourt Street, Dublin to Thomas Frewen  FRE/3679  9 Feb 1857

Contents:
Explaining that unfortunately the Society is unable to voluntarily surrender the 2 acres in Inishannon, but suggesting that they jointly submit a special case to the Lord Chancellor for his opinion

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen agreeing with his decision to reject the joint approach and suggesting that he agree to an exchange of land in Inishannon in order to regain the 2 acres  FRE/3680  14 Feb 1857

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson about the case against the Incorporated Society  FRE/3681  21 Feb 1857

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson congratulating him on the return of Mr Hodgson for Carlisle  FRE/3682  1 Apr 1857

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson concerning the disputed 2 acres in Inishannon and the Sapcote turnpike  FRE/3683  7 May 1857

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson informing him that the Rev Payne is dead and that he intends to use Payne's son as his agent for the next 6 to 12 months, news about his finances  FRE/3684  2 Jun 1857

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson informing him that he has asked Mr Payne to visit him as soon as possible and to bring all the relevant documents  FRE/3685  5 Jun 1857

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson arranging a meeting  FRE/3686  8 Jun 1857

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex informing him that he has recovered from last night's illness and will be pleased to see him when convenient  FRE/3687  11 Jun 1857

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson, Castle Hotel, Hastings arranging a meeting  FRE/3688  14 Jun 1857

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about his finances and that 'there is no need to do any thing with the school master here; he is willing to go whenever I require him'  FRE/3689  30 Jun 1857

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about his finances  FRE/3690  1 Jul 1857

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson about his difficulties in finding a suitable person for the Queniborough living  FRE/3691  8 Jul 1857

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about his finances  FRE/3692  10 Jul 1857

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about appointing his son John as one of the executors of his will  FRE/3693  20 Jul 1857

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, Hastings about his finances  FRE/3694  19 Aug 1857

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about his finances  FRE/3695  22 Aug 1857

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about the Inishannon estate and the Sapcote turnpike  FRE/3696  15 Sep 1857

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson about the Sapcote turnpike  FRE/3697  17 Sep 1857

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson about the Inishannon estate  FRE/3698  12 Oct 1857

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall giving information about the trustees of the Sapcote turnpike  FRE/3699  13 Nov 1857

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about the trustees of the Sapcote turnpike  FRE/3700  16 Nov 1857

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the Sapcote turnpike  FRE/3701  11 Dec 1857

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore (redirected from Brickwall) enclosing FRE/3703  FRE/3702  21 Dec 1857

Letter from Stephen Pilgrim, Clerk to the Hinckley and Narborough Turnpike, Hinckley to William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex concerning the turnpike at Sapcote  FRE/3703  19 Dec 1857

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 9 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson about the Sapcote turnpike  FRE/3704  5 Mar 1858

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen enclosing FRE/3706  FRE/3705  17 May 1858

Letter from Edward Mathews, 69 Middle Abbey Street, Dublin to William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex concerning the Mount Prospect premises at Dublin  FRE/3706  14 May 1858

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about behaviour of the Rye Guardians, his finances and the possibility of purchasing a farm which adjoins Brickwall park  FRE/3707  13 Jul 1858

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about the extent of his debts to William Nanson and his efforts at clearing them  FRE/3708  17 Jul 1858

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen announcing that he has successfully concluded the purchase of the Mill Corner estate for £4,000  FRE/3709  13 Sep 1858

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the purchase of the Mill Corner estate and the Melton Mowbray glebe  FRE/3710  24 Sep 1858

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson about estate matters  FRE/3711  30 Sep 1858

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex about purchasing land near Drumkeen, Inishannon  FRE/3712  18 Oct 1858


Related information: (See FRE/3713)

Particular for the sale by The Commissioners for Sale of Incumbered Estates in Ireland  FRE/3713  17 Dec 1858

Contents:
In the matter of the estate of Cornelius Swiney, Ellen Swiney and others, owners ex parte Mary Curtis and Henry Curtis, petitioners consisting of lands of Carrigrohane called Aher's Farm (106a 3r 2p) in the Barony of Cork, leasehold lands of Barnagore otherwise Ovens (201a 9p) in the Barony of East Muskerry and leasehold lands of Drumkeen West (189a 3r 3p) in the Barony of East Carbery all in the County of Cork for sale in one lot at the court of the Commissioners, Henrietta Street, Dublin

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about a description of a parcel of land at Mill Corner, Northiam  FRE/3714  2 Nov 1858

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson about the difficulty in raising the money to purchase the Mill Corner land, Northiam  FRE/3715  10 Nov 1858

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex about raising the money to purchase the Mill Corner land, Northiam  FRE/3716  22 Nov 1858

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about raising the money to purchase the Mill Corner land, Northiam  FRE/3717  29 Nov 1858

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson about valuing the fixtures of the mill at Mill Corner, Northiam  FRE/3718  9 Dec 1858

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about the valuation of the fixtures of the mill at Mill Corner, Northiam  FRE/3719  16 Dec 1858

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about completing the purchase of the Mill Corner estate  FRE/3720  24 Dec 1858

Letter from William Ranger of Northiam, bricklayer and stationer, Thomas Frewen of Brickwall, esq and William Gurr Longley of Northiam, gardner bound in £200 to the Rye Guardians as sureties for Ranger to execute and perform the duties of Assistant Overseer of the Poor of Northiam at a salary of £20  FRE/3721  28 May 1858

Draft of FRE/3721  FRE/3722  28 May 1858

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen  FRE/3723  13 Jul 1858

Contents:
About the execution of William Ranger's bond, endorsed with letter, Jul 1858, from William Ranger, Northiam to Mr Paine, Clerk to the Rye Union concerning the bond, further letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about the execution of William Ranger's bond

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson about his finances and with news that the land near Cork has been withdrawn from sale  FRE/3724  1 Jan 1859

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, 5 Croft, Hastings about financial matters  FRE/3725  12 Jan 1859

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about his finances and estate matters  FRE/3726  17 Feb 1859

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the purchase of the Mill Corner estate and concerning the Inishannon estate  FRE/3727  18 Feb 1859

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about his finances  FRE/3728  21 Mar 1859

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about his finances and enquiring about the living of Featherstone, Yorkshire which the Rev Aylward previously held  FRE/3729  14 Apr 1859

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about the Rev Aylward's insurance policy  FRE/3730  14 May 1859

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about the Rev Aylward's insurance policy  FRE/3731  18 May 1859

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about counsel's opinion concerning the schools at Casterton schools and the Rev Aylward's insurance policy  FRE/3732  15 Jul 1859

Contents:
Part of the letter is endorsed on an appeal (supported by the countess of Bandon, viscount Bernard, MP, Charles Hay Frewen, MP and the Rev John R Cotter of Inishannon) to vote for the admission to the Deaf and Dumb Asylum of Richard Walsh of Inishannon, formerly shepherd to Lord Bandon, who has 5 children (3 of whom are deaf and dumb)

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson about payment due on a mortgage  FRE/3733  15 Aug 1859

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about the charity reports concerning the Casterton schools  FRE/3734  5 Sep 1859

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about the charity reports concerning the Casterton schools  FRE/3735  7 Sep 1859

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, 5 Saville Row, Middlesex about general matters  FRE/3736  4 Jan 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about financial matters and the Inishannon estate  FRE/3737  26 Jan 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson, 5 Saville Row, Middlesex concerning the proposed new railway through Sapcote  FRE/3738  8 Feb 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson about his finances  FRE/3739  14 Feb 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson about his Income Tax  FRE/3740  2 Mar 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about the exchange of glebe land  FRE/3741  17 Mar 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson about financial matters  FRE/3742  11 May 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson informing him that he has agreed with John Dove Harris of Ratcliffe Hall, Leicestershire to purchase his Stanton Lodge Farm, Stoney Stanton for £9,828  FRE/3743  18 May 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson concerning the purchase  FRE/3744  21 May 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson concerning the purchase  FRE/3745  24 May 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson returning the agreement for purchasing the farm  FRE/3746  28 May 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about the auction of land in Northiam  FRE/3747  31 May 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about a mortgage and financial matters  FRE/3748  1 Jun 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about the abstract of title to Stanton Lodge Farm  FRE/3749  26 Jun 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about a mortgage  FRE/3750  4 Jul 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about a mortgage, a map of Stanton Lodge Farm and the offer for him to purchase the advowson of Stoney Stanton  FRE/3751  6 Aug 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, 5 Saville Row, Middlesex about renting a farm at Cold Overton  FRE/3752  8 Aug 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about purchasing the advowson of Stoney Stanton  FRE/3753  16 Aug 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about estate matters  FRE/3754  27 Aug 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about estate matters  FRE/3755  29 Aug 1860

Letter from William Nanson, 5 Saville Row, Burlington Gardens, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about estate matters  FRE/3756  30 Aug 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson informing him that he has rented Gloucester Lodge, Maze Hill, St Leonards for his wife and family and hoping to meet him soon  FRE/3757  21 Sep 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about a mortgage  FRE/3758  7 Oct 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about a mortgage  FRE/3759  11 Oct 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about the purchase of the advowson of Stoney Stanton  FRE/3760  12 Oct 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson  FRE/3761  18 Oct 1860

Contents:
About drafting a new codicil to his will, with a letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to Joshua Spencer, Knossington, Leicestershire asking for more information about his discovery of coal in the parish, 18 Mar 1859

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson, 4 Wimpole Street, Cavendish Square, Middlesex about financial matters  FRE/3762  30 Oct 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, 4 Wimpole Street, Cavendish Square, Middlesex about the death of E Carus Wilson and financial matters  FRE/3763  5 Nov 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, 4 Wimpole Street, Cavendish Square, Middlesex about the purchase of the advowson of Stoney Stanton  FRE/3764  8 Nov 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about his will, that the South Leicestershire Railway Company wish to purchase a small portion of May's Farm, Stoney Stanton for the course of the new line, the purchase of the advowson and the mortgage held by the late E Carus Wilson  FRE/3765  14 Nov 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about the deeds of May's Farm, Stoney Stanton  FRE/3766  15 Nov 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, 4 Wimpole Street, Cavendish Square, Middlesex about the deeds of May's Farm, Stoney Stanton and his will  FRE/3767  20 Nov 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, 4 Wimpole Street, Cavendish Square, Middlesex  FRE/3768  23 Nov 1860

Contents:
Enclosing FRE/3769 concerning his valuable carriage which he left in the possession of William Reading of 9 Mortimer Street, Cavendish Square and who subsequently became bankrupt and passed it to Smith who also has become bankrupt, also about May's Farm, Stoney Stanton

Letter from W W King, 25 College Hill, Cannon Street West, London to Thomas Frewen  FRE/3769  20 Nov 1860

Contents:
Concerning his solicitor's claim to a carriage in the possession of the assignees of Smith (a bankrupt) and which was formerly in the possession of William Reading, a bankrupt coach-builder

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Wimpole Street, Cavendish Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about the carriage and estate matters  FRE/3770  24 Nov 1860

Copy of letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to Messrs Fearon and Clabon [21 Great George Street, Westminster] concerning the land needed for the railway at Stoney Stanton  FRE/3771  24 Nov 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson concerning his carriage, the cost of his father's carriage and enclosing FRE/3773  FRE/3772  28 Nov 1860

Copy of letter from William Nanson, 4 Wimpole Street, Cavendish Square, Middlesex to W W King, 25 College Hill, Cannon Street West, London concerning Thomas's carriage  FRE/3773  24 Nov 1860

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Wimpole Street, Cavendish Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore (re-directed from Brickwall) about the carriage  FRE/3774  1 Dec 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson concerning the carriage  FRE/3775  4 Dec 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson concerning the purchase of the advowson of Stoney Stanton  FRE/3776  5 Dec 1860

Letter from William Nanson, 4 Wimpole Street, Cavendish Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen about the carriage and the advowson of Stoney Stanton  FRE/3777  12 Dec 1860

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Sussex Square, Kemp Town, Brighton to William Nanson concerning the purchase of the advowson of Stoney Stanton, how to fund it, the state of his finances and impending purchases of property  FRE/3778  4 Jan 1861

Contents:
Second sheet of the letter is missing

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Sussex Square, Kemp Town, Brighton to William Nanson, 4 Wimpole Street, Cavendish Square, Middlesex concerning his debt to Mrs E Carus Wilson  FRE/3779  9 Jan 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Sussex Square, Kemp Town, Brighton to William Nanson concerning his debt to Mrs E Carus Wilson  FRE/3780  14 Jan 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Sussex Square, Kemp Town, Brighton to William Nanson concerning his debt to Mrs E Carus Wilson  FRE/3781  14 Jan 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Sussex Square, Kemp Town, Brighton to William Nanson sending papers relating to his purchase of property at Sapcote  FRE/3782  21 Jan 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson concerning estate and financial matters  FRE/3783  24 Jan 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson concerning purchase of property  FRE/3784  3 Feb 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson concerning estate matters  FRE/3785  5 Feb 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson concerning the land recently purchased in Sapcote  FRE/3786  15 Feb 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson  FRE/3787  25 Feb 1861

Contents:
Concerning the purchase of the advowson of Stoney Stanton for £4,425, two fields in Sapcote for £838, Beal's premises in Northiam for £600 and the lease of Mount Prospect, Dublin for £900, and the mortgage in the hands of the trustees of the late E Carus Wilson

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson concerning his impending purchases  FRE/3788  5 Mar 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson concerning his impending purchases  FRE/3789  7 Mar 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson concerning the mortgage in the hands of the trustees of the late E Carus Wilson  FRE/3790  8 Mar 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson concerning purchasing the lease of Mount Prospect, Dublin  FRE/3791  11 Mar 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson, 4 Wimpole Street, Cavendish Square, Middlesex concerning the valuation of timber on the fields he is purchasing at Sapcote  FRE/3792  26 Mar 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about the age of the Rev Edward Fisher of Stoney Stanton  FRE/3793  1 Apr 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson  FRE/3794  3 Apr 1861

Contents:
Informing him that Charles Shaw, the son of Major Shaw who squandered £20,000 and left his widow (Thomas's mother's first cousin) and family destitute, has recently returned from Australia and has asked for advice about how to claim the money in the bank account of his deceased wife's brother (Mr J Hardy, a surgeon - they were the natural children of Sir Brent Spencer) who died in Australia, Thomas's intention of granting him a £25 annuity in return for the money from the bank account and enclosing FRE/3795

Letter from C B Shaw, 3 Scarsdale Terrace, Kensington, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen with details about his situation  FRE/3795  1 Apr 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, 2 Montague Street, Russell Square, Middlesex concerning the purchase of the advowson of Stoney Stanton and enclosing FRE/3797  FRE/3796  5 Apr 1861

Letter from Thomas Fisher, Ashby de la Zouche, Leicestershire to the Rev John Fisher concerning the advowson of Stoney Stanton  FRE/3797  2 Apr 1861

Letter from William Nanson, 2 Montague Street, Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/3798  6 Apr 1861

Contents:
Informing him that the advowson of Stoney Stanton was purchased by Edward Fisher of Ashby de la Zouche, gent in 1841, he sold it in 1843 to Richard Boyer of Skeffington Vale, gent who left it in his will to his son the Rev Richard Boyer from whom Thomas Frewen purchased it in 1856, that Thomas Fisher's father, the Rev John Fisher, was never the owner of the advowson and that it is the widow of Edward Fisher the elder (a solicitor in Ashby de la Zouche) who is supposed to have a claim of dower on it

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about estate matters  FRE/3799  7 Apr 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 10 Croft, Hastings to William Nanson about the purchase of land at Sapcote  FRE/3800  9 Apr 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, 2 Montague Street, Russell Square, Middlesex about financial matters and the problem with removing the right of dower over the advowson of Stoney Stanton  FRE/3801  15 Apr 1861

Letter from William Nanson, 2 Montague Street, Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning a mortgage and the question of dower over the Stoney Stanton advowson  FRE/3802  19 Apr 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about financial matters  FRE/3803  22 Apr 1861

Letter from William Nanson, 2 Montague Street, Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning a mortgage  FRE/3804  29 Apr 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson sending a cheque  FRE/3805  29 Apr 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson sending a cheque  FRE/3806  2 May 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, 2 Montague Street, Russell Square, Middlesex concerning a mortgage and his financial affairs  FRE/3807  9 May 1861

Letter from William Nanson, 2 Montague Street, Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore with a note of the cost of purchasing Beale's property  FRE/3808  15 May 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson concerning the question of dower over the advowson of Stoney Stanton  FRE/3809  24 May 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson concerning the title to May's Farm, Sapcote  FRE/3810  1 Jun 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson concerning financial matters  FRE/3811  7 Jun 1861

Letter from William Nanson to Thomas Frewen concerning financial matters  FRE/3812  8 Jun 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson concerning financial matters  FRE/3813  9 Jun 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson with general news  FRE/3814  10 Jun 1861

Letter from William Nanson, 2 Montague Street, Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about financial matters  FRE/3815  12 Jun 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about financial matters  FRE/3816  13 Jun 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about financial matters  FRE/3817  14 Jun 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson concerning his father's will and May's Farm, Stoney Stanton  FRE/3818  15 Jun 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson concerning the deeds of May's Farm, Stoney Stanton  FRE/3819  21 Jun 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson concerning the deeds of May's Farm, Stoney Stanton  FRE/3820  23 Jun 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Albion Place, Ramsgate, Kent to William Nanson concerning financial matters and the deeds of May's Farm, Stoney Stanton  FRE/3821  28 Jun 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Albion Place, Ramsgate, Kent to William Nanson concerning financial matters  FRE/3822  1 Jul 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Albion Place, Ramsgate, Kent to William Nanson concerning sequestering the living of Sapcote  FRE/3823  8 Jul 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Albion Place, Ramsgate, Kent to William Nanson concerning sequestering the living of Sapcote  FRE/3824  10 Jul 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Albion Place, Ramsgate, Kent to William Nanson concerning sequestering the living of Sapcote  FRE/3825  12 Jul 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson concerning his mother's intention of giving him the advowson of Trinity church, Hinckley  FRE/3826  13 Aug 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson enquiring when he will receive the money for the sale of land in Stoney Stanton for the line of the new railway  FRE/3827  21 Aug 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about the advowson of trinity church, Hinckley  FRE/3828  10 Sep 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson informing him that his brother (Charles Hay Frewen) is staying with him and that the Rev John Frewen Moor lives at Sion Hill, Bath  FRE/3829  26 Sep 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson informing him that although Mr Ades of Oakham, solicitor has been dead for 2 or 3 years, that his partner Mr Adams is still in practice there  FRE/3830  27 Sep 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton to William Nanson about the conveyance of the advowson of Trinity church, Hinckley  FRE/3831  2 Oct 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson about financial matters  FRE/3832  24 Oct 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson concerning a newspaper account of the trial of Smith v Homan  FRE/3833  19 Nov 1861

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Albion Place, Ramsgate, Kent to William Nanson, 16 Montague Street, Russell Square, Middlesex  FRE/3834  6 Dec 1861

Contents:
Informing him that 'I broke down from overworking my brain & was compelled to come here' and asking him to send the purchase money for the railway land in Stoney Stanton to his bankers, with a letter from Thomas Frewen, 5 Albion Place to William Nanson, 16 Montague Street about his life assurance policies, 11 Dec 1861

Letter from William Nanson, 16 Montague Street, Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about financial matters  FRE/3835  16 Jan 1862

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson  FRE/3836  6 Feb 1862

Contents:
About the debts of the rector of Sapcote, the Rev John Homan, and that he has 'lately discovered that John Homan has embezzled these funds [from the parish charity established by Thomas's father] & applied the money to his own purposes...fearing a prosecution by me, I believe he is about to repay the fund what he has taken'

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson asking him whether the rector of a parish has the right to the minerals which lie beneath the glebe and can he mine them with out the consent of the patron?  FRE/3837  6 May 1862

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to William Nanson, 16 Montague Street, Russell Square, Middlesex  FRE/3838  8 May 1862

Contents:
Informing him that the opinion in Burns' Ecclesiastical Law concerning mines on glebe land is contrary to the opinion in his letter and that the Rev Homan 'has placed himself in the hands of a clever solicitors' firm in Leicester & gives me all the opposition & annoyance he can'

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 13 Maze Hill, St Leonards to William Nanson apologising for not having replied earlier but this was due to his illness  FRE/3839  22 Oct 1862

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to William Nanson  FRE/3840  5 Jan 1863

Contents:
Concerning financial matters and his ill health, with fragment of a letter from the Clerk of the Trustees of the Hinckley and Narborough Turnpike concerning the case against Frewen for the recovery of possession of the tollhouse and a wrapping labelled 'Messrs W & J Nanson, solicitors' and 'Mr Frewen's letters'

Letters from Edward W James of Ely Place, London, solicitor  [no ref. or date]

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning the tolls of the Hinckley and Narborough Turnpike  FRE/3841  17 Feb 1863

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning the tolls of the Hinckley and Narborough Turnpike  FRE/3842  20 Feb 1863

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, 14 Wellington Crescent, Ramsgate, Kent concerning the Rev Homan's conduct with respect to the parish charities  FRE/3843  2 Mar 1863

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning the Hinckley and Narborough Turnpike  FRE/3844  4 Mar 1863

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning the Hinckley and Narborough Turnpike  FRE/3845  30 May 1863

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning the Hinckley and Narborough Turnpike  FRE/3846  4 Jun 1863

Letter from Edward W James, Gowan Bank, Dunoon, Argyleshire to Thomas Frewen concerning the Hinckley and Narborough Turnpike  FRE/3847  8 Sep 1863

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning the purchase of some land  FRE/3848  26 Oct 1863

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning estate matters  FRE/3849  16 Nov 1863

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning Mrs Hartopp  FRE/3850  14 Mar 1864

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning payment of the annuity from Mr Adderly to Miss Harwood  FRE/3851  8 Aug 1864

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to Edward W James concerning a possible suit against him by the Bishop of Tuam (Thomas Plunkett, Baron Plunkett) relating to glebe land in Galway  FRE/3852  12 Aug 1864


Related information: See FRE/373-374

Copy of letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to the Rev Edward Ellis, Galway concerning the case by the Bishop of Tuam  FRE/3853  12 Aug 1864

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to Edward W James concerning the case against him by the Bishop of Tuam relating to glebe land in Galway  FRE/3854  19 Aug 1864

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London advising him to get counsel's opinion (Dr Stephens of 61a Chancery Lane) concerning the case against him by the Bishop of Tuam  FRE/3855  21 Aug 1864

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to Edward W James  FRE/3856  1 Sep 1864

Contents:
Concerning his opinion that the glebes did form part of his purchases in Galway and advising him not to be 'too courtious with Plunkett who is a Lord temporal as well as a Bishop, neither of which do I care for one straw' and that 'I want him & his office to distinctly understand that I will not be trifled with'

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to Edward W James hoping to call on him in two days time  FRE/3857  4 Oct 1864

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen informing him that he cannot meet him as arranged  FRE/3858  5 Oct 1864

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Plunkett, Bishop of Tuam concerning the Galway glebe  FRE/3859  14 Oct 1864

Letter from W C McCausland, clerk secretary to Thomas Plunkett, Bishop of Tuam, The Palace, Tuam to Messrs James and Curtis  FRE/3860  15 Oct 1864

Contents:
Explaining that the Bishop assumed the title of Warden of the Collegiate Church of Galway in order to safeguard certain trust funds and to retain the power of letting the glebe lands of St Nicholas Galway and Rahoon, and justifying his action under section 149 of the act of 3 & 4 Vict c108

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen informing him that he has had a reply from the Bishop of Tuam and that he disagrees with the contents of that letter  FRE/3861  19 Oct 1864

Letter from Thomas Frewen, King's Arms, Lancaster to Edward W James hoping to call on him soon  FRE/3862  26 Oct 1864

Draft letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to W C McCausland, clerk secretary to Thomas Plunkett, Bishop of Tuam, The Palace, Tuam  FRE/3863  31 Oct 1864

Contents:
Informing him that Thomas Frewen 'merely wishes that the property and emoluments attached to the livings he purchased from the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for Irleand should remain attached thereto

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to Edward W James asking to take Dr Stephen's opinion concerning the Galway glebe  FRE/3864  3 Nov 1864

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to Edward W James enclosing payment for his bill  FRE/3865  26 Dec 1864

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 12 Pelham Crescent, Hastings to Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London concerning the Galoway glebe  FRE/3866  13 Jan 1865

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen sending copies of McCausland's letters  FRE/3867  14 Jan 1865

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 12 Pelham Crescent, Hastings to Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London  FRE/3868  18 Jan 1865

Contents:
Concerning an exchange between the Rev Edward Ellis of Ballinacourty and the Rev John Trainor of Rahoon and the prospect of Ellis seeking to cancel the Bishop's lease of the glebe

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 12 Pelham Crescent, Hastings to Edward W James concerning the purchase of the life estate in land in Sapcote and the need to keep his name secret  FRE/3869  23 Jan 1865

Letter from Rev Edward Ellis, Titchfield Villa, Leamington, Warwickshire to [Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London] concerning Thomas's scheme for an exchange between the rectories of Ballinacourty and Rahoon  FRE/3870  24 Jan 1865

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 12 Pelham Crescent, Hastings to Edward W James enclosing FRE/3872 declining to accept Ellis's terms and stating what his terms are  FRE/3871  25 Jan 1865

Copy of letter from Thomas Plunkett, Bishop of Tuam to Mr Dallas stating that his Vicar General has informed him that he has no power to interfere about the renewal of the leases of the Galoway glebe  FRE/3872  18 Jan 1865

Letter from Rev Edward Ellis, Leamington, Warwickshire to [Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London] about arranging a meeting  FRE/3873  28 Jan 1865

Copy of letter from Thomas Frewen, 12 Pelham Crescent, Hastings to the Rev Edward Ellis, Leamington, Warwickshire about the proposed exchange and the withdrawal of the Bishop of Tuam's claims to the glebe  FRE/3874  4 Feb 1865

Letter from Thomas Frewen, 12 Pelham Crescent, Hastings to Edward W James concerning the proposed exchange  FRE/3875  20 Feb 1865

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London concerning the proposed exchange and requesting he seeks counsel's opinion  FRE/3876  3 Mar 1865

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to Edward W James  FRE/3877  17 Mar 1865

Contents:
Concerning two houses in Tothill Street, Westminster which were owned by Charles Clark, who died intestate on 15 Mar 1806 leaving his wife Elizabeth and two daughters, that the widow died intestate in 1846, that her eldest daughter Eleanor married John Frewen in 1808 and that Thomas is his residuary devisee and legatee, that the other daughter Mary married Monsieur Mohl of Paris (a German, his father was Prime Minister to the King of Wurtemberg) and that the Government wishes to purchase the houses and to demolish them to make way for a new street - Thomas wishes to hand any interest he may have to his mother so that she can convey it to her sister

Letter from Thomas Frewen, Brickwall to Edward W James concerning two houses in Tothill Street, Westminster  FRE/3878  19 Mar 1865

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning the houses in Tothill Street  FRE/3879  20 Mar 1865

Letter from Rev Edward Ellis, 27 Charring Cross, Misddlesex to [Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London] about the proposed exchange  FRE/3880  12 Apr 1865

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning the Inishannon estate and the Hinckley and Narborough Turnpike  FRE/3881  3 May 1865

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton  FRE/3882  12 Jun 1865

Contents:
With an endorsed copy of a letter from M Macnamara, 5 Lower Dominick Street, Dublin to Messrs James and Curtis, 23 Ely Place, London concerning Thomas Frewen's obligation to complete the purchase from Jones, 10 Jun 1865, with letter from Edward W James to Thomas Frewen concerning the purchase from Jones, 9 Jun 1865

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning the purchase from Jones  FRE/3883  28 Jun 1865

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen acknowledgeing the receipt of a box of deeds of the Inishannon estate  FRE/3884  29 Jun 1865

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen about raising the money for the purchase from Jones  FRE/3885  1 Jul 1865

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen about the purchase from Jones  FRE/3886  4 Jul 1865

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about Harwood's annuity  FRE/3887  31 Jul 1865

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall enclosing the requisitions of Mr Hyde's conveyancing counsel concerning title to the lands which Frewen is mortgaging to raise the money for the purchase from Jones  FRE/3888  11 Aug 1865

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning Patrick D'Arcy's lease for lives  FRE/3889  18 Oct 1865

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning Mr Hyde's mortgage  FRE/3890  11 Nov 1865

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning the purchase from Jones  FRE/3891  28 Nov 1865

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning his search for the will of William Edmund Cradock Hartopp  FRE/3892  14 Dec 1865

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning his will  FRE/3893  11 Jan 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore sending a codicil and deed to be executed  FRE/3894  12 Jan 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning the codicil to his will  FRE/3895  15 Jan 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen informing him that he has got the faculty for the burial aisle (Frewen mausoleum) at Northam  FRE/3896  19 Jan 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen sending a deed for execution  FRE/3897  24 Jan 1866

Acknowledgement by Messrs James and Curtis, 23 Ely Place, London of the receipt of deeds of land in Sapcote from J A Bosworth on behalf of Thomas Frewen  FRE/3898  31 Jan 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about legal matters  FRE/3899  1 Feb 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore about the will of the Rev Lord and the registering of an Irish deed  FRE/3900  19 Feb 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen about general matters  FRE/3901  22 Feb 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore concerning the will of the Rev Lord and the advowson of Northiam  FRE/3902  23 Feb 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore about general matters  FRE/3903  26 Feb 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore about general matters  FRE/3904  1 Mar 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore about the affairs of Mr Lord and the Hinckley and Narborough Turnpike  FRE/3905  3 Mar 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore about the affairs of Mr Lord and the lease of the Rev H D'Arcy  FRE/3906  5 Mar 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen about the bankruptcy of Mr Lord  FRE/3907  6 Mar 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen about the bankruptcy of Mr Lord  FRE/3908  8 Mar 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore about the bankruptcy of Mr Lord and the Rev D'Arcy's lease  FRE/3909  15 Mar 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning his will  FRE/3910  24 Mar 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen sending a copy of his will and concerning his Irish estate  FRE/3911  6 Apr 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen  FRE/3912  16 Apr 1866

Contents:
With an endorsed copy of a letter from J Wood, 108 Chatham Street, Liverpool to Messrs James and Company asking for a 14 or 21 year lease of a farm in Ireland due to its dilapidated state, 10 Apr 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen informing him that he has sent the revised proposals to Mr Wood  FRE/3913  19 Apr 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning the bankruptcy of Mr Lord  FRE/3914  20 Apr 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning the bankruptcy of Mr Lord and Charles Hay Frewen's Icklesham manor chancel case  FRE/3915  24 Apr 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen with an endorsed copy of a letter from James D'Arcy, Clifden, Galway to Messrs James and Curtis, 23 Ely Place, London concerning leasehold property, 8 May 1866  FRE/3916  24 May 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning the D'Arcy lease and the bankruptcy of Mr Lord  FRE/3917  19 Jun 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning payment of interest on Mr Hyde's mortgage  FRE/3918  6 Nov 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning payment of interest on Mr Hyde's mortgage  FRE/3919  29 Dec 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning his life assurance policy  FRE/3920  11 Jan 1867

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/3921  23 Feb 1867

Contents:
Concerning his life assurance policy and with an endorsed copy of a letter from Belmore on behalf of Secretary Walpole, Whitehall to Messrs James, Curtis and James, 23 Ely Place concerning the Hinckley and Narborough Turnpike Trust, 21 Feb 1867

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore  FRE/3922  21 May 1867

Contents:
With an endorsed copy of a letter from G Prindwell, 21 Wellington Quay, Dublin to Messrs James, Curtis and James, 23 Ely Place offering to rent Mount Prospect House, Miltown, Dublin, 2 May 1867

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning payment of interest on Mr Hyde's mortgage  FRE/3923  15 Jul 1867

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore concerning the Hinckley and Narborough Turnpike Continuance Act  FRE/3924  21 Aug 1867

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning general matters  FRE/3925  2 Sep 1867

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore concerning his will  FRE/3926  14 Sep 1867

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning his settlement and will  FRE/3927  20 Sep 1867

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning his will  FRE/3928  23 Sep 1867

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning payment of interest on Mr Hyde's mortgage  FRE/3929  26 Dec 1867

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning a farm at Sapcote  FRE/3930  3 Jan 1868

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning payment of interest on Miss Bury's mortgage  FRE/3931  5 Jan 1868

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning financial matters  FRE/3932  9 Jan 1868

Letter from Messrs James, Curtis and James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Hutchin's Marine Hotel, Hastings concerning financial matters  FRE/3933  11 Jan 1868

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, 5 Pelham Crescent, Hastings concerning financial matters  FRE/3934  17 Jan 1868

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning a mortgage with a schedule of the deeds of Preston's Farm, Knossington, Leicestershire, 1814-1865 handed over as security, 20 Jan 1868  FRE/3935  20 Jan 1868

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning the Bishop of Tuam  FRE/3936  21 Jan 1868

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning the Bishop of Tuam and the glebe of Rahoon, with endorsed copy of counsel's opinion (A J Stephens, 61 Chancery Lane), 24 Jan 1868  FRE/3937  24 Jan 1868

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning glebe land in Ireland  FRE/3938  8 Apr 1868

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning his loan to Miss Anne Masters and the glebe land in Ireland  FRE/3939  29 Apr 1868

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning a loan  FRE/3940  23 Jun 1868

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning annuities to his daughters  FRE/3941  4 Jul 1868

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen acknowledging receipt of his cheque  FRE/3942  4 Jul 1868

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen about financial matters  FRE/3943  6 Jul 1868

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore concerning the forthcomming sale at auction of the Pickwell estate  FRE/3944  13 Jul 1868

Letter from Edward W James, Allonby, Maryport, Cumberland to Thomas Frewen concerning financial matters  FRE/3945  3 Sep 1868

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning his recent purchase of part of the Pickwell estate  FRE/3946  9 Nov 1868

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen  FRE/3947  3 Dec 1868

Contents:
With an endorsed copy of a letter from B Adam, Oakham, Rutland to Messrs James, Curtis and James, 23 Ely Place, London concerning the recent purchase of part of the Pickwell estate, 1 Dec 1868

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning payments of interests on mortgages  FRE/3948  8 Jan 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen sending deeds for execution  FRE/3949  12 Jan 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning the papers which were in the hands of the late Mr Mathews, Dublin  FRE/3950  18 Jan 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning general matters  FRE/3951  19 Jan 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen informing him that his trip to Dublin has been postponed since Mr Mathew's will has not yet been proved and that Mr Lestrange has done all Mr Mathew's business for sometime past  FRE/3952  21 Jan 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning financial matters  FRE/3953  2 Feb 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning financial matters  FRE/3954  10 Feb 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning financial matters  FRE/3955  13 Feb 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, 55 Marina, St Leonards concerning financial matters  FRE/3956  16 Feb 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, 55 Marina, St Leonards concerning the codicil to his will  FRE/3957  17 Feb 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning his father's will  FRE/3958  24 Feb 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning financial matters  FRE/3959  5 Mar 1869

Acknowledgement by Messrs James, Curtis and James, 23 Ely Place, London of the receipt of deeds of land in Cold Overton from Thomas Frewen as security for a mortgage  FRE/3960  12 Mar 1866

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore concerning a missing rental and about his Irish estate  FRE/3961  15 Mar 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen about financial matters  FRE/3962  17 Mar 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore about financial matters  FRE/3963  19 Mar 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore enclosing FRE/3965  FRE/3964  22 Mar 1869

Letter from Lawrence Mooney, 4 Bachelors Walk, Dublin to Messrs James, Curtis and James, 23 Ely Place, London enquiring about the terms on which Green Mount, Miltown, Dublin will be let  FRE/3965  28 Mar 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about financial matters  FRE/3966  30 Mar 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen about financial matters  FRE/3967  15 Apr 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen about property in Cold Overton which is to be used as security for a mortgage  FRE/3968  15 Apr 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen about property in Cold Overton which is to be used as security for a mortgage  FRE/3969  17 Apr 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen enclosing FRE/3971  FRE/3970  23 Apr 1869

Letter from Henry Bolton, 2 Victoria Terrace, Roundtown Road, Dublin to Messrs James, Curtis and James  FRE/3971  20 Mar 1869

Contents:
Enquiring about the terms on which Green Mount, Miltown, Dublin will be let - 'the place is getting very much out of repair, the roof requires immediate attention'

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen about a mortgage  FRE/3972  15 May 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen about a mortgage and the purchase of part of the Pickwell estate  FRE/3973  27 May 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen about a mortgage  FRE/3974  3 Jun 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about general matters  FRE/3975  8 Jun 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen acknowledging receipt of his cheque  FRE/3976  14 Jun 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore about financial matters  FRE/3977  16 Jun 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen about financial matters  FRE/3978  17 Jun 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen about financial matters  FRE/3979  21 Jun 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Greyhound Hotel, Bromley, Kent about a mortgage  FRE/3980  31 Jul 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen about a mortgage  FRE/3981  7 Aug 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore about financial matters  FRE/3982  3 Dec 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, 27 Marina, St Leonards about his life assurance policy  FRE/3983  31 Dec 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen about his life assurance policy with receipt for payment of premium, 3 Jan 1870 and enclosing FRE/3985  FRE/3984  3 Jan 1870

Letter from E L'Estrange, 197 Brunswick Street, Dublin to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore  FRE/3985  22 Dec 1869

Contents:
Concerning payment for his purchase of the advowson of Inishannon and reporting progress with the repairs to Mount Prospect House, with endorsed copy of letter from Richard Atkinson, 15 Merchant's Quay, Dublin asking for Frewen to pay the balance of the purchase money, 21 Dec 1869

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen arranging to meet him  FRE/3986  21 Feb 1870

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen concerning the payment of interest due on several mortgages  FRE/3987  25 Feb 1870

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore about financial matters  FRE/3988  10 Mar 1870

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore about his defeat in the fishery case  FRE/3989  18 Mar 1870

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen informing him that Mr Payne, the Irish agent is coming over about the fishery case  FRE/3990  25 Mar 1870

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore about financial matters  FRE/3991  28 Mar 1870

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen about financial matters  FRE/3992  29 Mar 1870

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen about financial matters  FRE/3993  30 Mar 1870

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen about the fishery case  FRE/3994  27 Apr 1870

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore concerning Sidney Bennett's request for a loan  FRE/3995  13 May 1870

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen about financial matters  FRE/3996  14 May 1870

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen about general matters and with receipt for payment of interest due on Francis Parker's mortgage, 16 May 1870  FRE/3997  17 May 1870

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire about financial matters  FRE/3998  28 Jun 1870

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire about financial matters  FRE/3999  15 Jul 1870

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire acknowledging receipt of his cheque  FRE/4000  25 Jul 1870

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Thomas Frewen about general matters  FRE/4001  19 Aug 1870

Letters concerning his genealogical inquiries  [no ref. or date]

Letter from Rev John Frewen Moor, Bradfield, Berkshire to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about his daughter Selina's interest in genealogy and enclosing details (draft pedigree) of his family  FRE/4002  5 Jan 1836

Letter from Charles B Shaw, 45 Upper Manor Street, Chelsea, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, 7 Clarendon Square, Leamington, Warwickshire concerning a drawing of Brickwall, the Wymersolds of Putney and the Scotts of Sevenoaks  FRE/4003  6 Jan 1836

Letter from Rev William Edward Lord to Thomas Frewen with a colour sketch of the Frewen and Laton coat of arms from the hall windows at Brickwall  FRE/4004  Oct 1836

Letter from Professor James Scholefield, Cambridge to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall enclosing details of the works of the Rev John Frewen of Northiam (d 1628) extracted from the index at the Bodeian Library  FRE/4005  1 Dec 1836

Letter from George Harrison Rogers-Harrison, Bluemantle Herald, Heralds' College, Doctors Commons, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen enclosing a copy of the funeral certificate of Archbishop Frewen and a pedigree of Scott of Conghurst  FRE/4006  6 Dec 1836

Letter from John Burder, 27 Parliament Street, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall advising him that he can obtain information about the institution of the Rev John Frewen to Northiam from either the First Fruits Office, Temple or the Registry at Chichester  FRE/4007  13 Dec 1836

Letter from George Hoper, Registrar of Lewes to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall advising him that he will need to write to Chichester for information concerning the institution of the Rev John Frewen (d 1628)  FRE/4008  24 Dec 1836

Letter from Henry B Card, Riverhill, Sevenoaks, Kent to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/4009  21 Dec 1836

Contents:
Replying on behalf of his father the Rev Card of Malvern informing that there are several entries for the surname Frewen in the parish registers and with information about the church windows

Letter from George Lawford, Saville Passage, bookseller to Thomas Frewen with details of books relating to members of the family  FRE/4010  23 Dec 1836

Letter from T B Macauley, Albany, London to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall giving his opinion of FRE/4012  FRE/4011  3 Jan 1837

'A letter from a English Traveler at Rome to his Father' giving a detailed account of the Pretender (James Francis Edward Stuart, the Old Pretender), his family and court, 6 May 1721  FRE/4012  nd [1720s]

Contents:
Endorsed note by Thomas Frewen that the letter is a copy in the hand of the Rev John Frewen of Sapcote (1677-1735) and that he sent a copy to the historian T B Macauley who considers it to be a political puff circulated to advance the cause of the Stuarts and is quite sure it is not a bona fide description of the Pretender's court - 'I am not altogether decided to concur with Macauley in this opinion', 1851

Copy of FRE/4012 by Thomas Frewen  FRE/4013  nd [wmk 1834, 1837]

Letter from James Bennett Freeland, Registrar of Chichester, Chichester to Thomas Frewen, Northiam informing him that he is unable to give information about the institution of the Rev John Frewen (d 1628) since the registers are incomplete  FRE/4014  14 Jan 1837

Letter from Henry B Card, Great Malvern Vicarage, Worcestershire to Thomas Frewen, Northiam on behalf of his father the Rev Card of Malvern informing him that he mistook the surname Fryer to be Frewen in the registers  FRE/4015  17 Feb 1837

Letter from John Burke, 4 Rayner Place, Chelsea College, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/4016  3 Mar 1837

Contents:
Informing him that the Frewens never legally adopted the surname Turner and that the arms which he uses are of the Turnour family, earls of Winterton and not the Turners of Cold Overton

Letter from George Harrison Rogers-Harrison, Bluemantle Herald, Heralds' College to Thomas Frewen sending copies of the pedigrees of Pettiward, Wymondesold and Layton together with an account of his fees  FRE/4017  31 Aug 1837

Letter from Rev Thomas Streatfeild, Chart's Edge, Westerham, Kent to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton expressing his interest in the Woodgate, White and Scott families  FRE/4018  6 Nov 1837

Letter from G Gunthorpe, senior sworn clerk of the First Fruits Office to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/4019  23 Feb 1837

Contents:
Enclosing a note of the security given by the Rev John Frewen (d 1628) for payment of First Fruits and a copy of the Bishop of Chichester's return in 1628 showing that Thankfull Frewen was the patron

Letter from George Harrison Rogers-Harrison, Bluemantle Herald, Heralds' College to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton acknowledging his cheque for £6 5s and enclosing a note of the arms of Tirell of Ireland  FRE/4020  13 Sep 1837

Letter from Moreton John Edward Frewen, Northiam to Thomas Frewen, Belvoir Terrace, Scarborough, Yorkshire with genealogical details about himself and his parents  FRE/4021  1 Jan 1838

Contents:
Endorsed note about estate matters from Thomas's brother Charles Hay Frewen

Letter from Rev Thomas Streatfeild, Chart's Edge, Westerham, Kent to Thomas Frewen, 1 [blank] Terrace, Scarborough, Yorkshire about his genealogical researches  FRE/4022  2 Jan 1838

Letter from Thomas Rodd, 2 Great Newport Street, London, bookseller to Thomas Frewen, 1 Belvoir Terrace, Scarborough, Yorkshire with details of books relating to members of the family  FRE/4023  9 Feb 1838

Letter from Rev R G Baker, Fulham Vicarage, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, 1 Belvoir Terrace, Scarborough, Yorkshire  FRE/4024  27 Jan 1838

Contents:
Enclosing certified copies of entries from the parish registers of the burials of Edward the son of Edward Frewen, knt, 1 Aug 1699 and Thomas son of Thomas Frewen, esq, 7 Dec 1680

Letter from Thomas Rodd (2 Great Newport Street, London, bookseller to Thomas Frewen) with details of books relating to members of the family  FRE/4025  15 Feb 1838

Letter from William Cockburn, York Deanery to Thomas Frewen, 1 Belvoir Terrace, Scarborough, Yorkshire expressing his consent to the repair of Archbishop Frewen's memorial and refering him to (William) Taylor the master mason  FRE/4026  28 Feb 1838

Letter from Joseph Romilly, Trinity College, Cambridge, Registrar of the University to Thomas Frewen, 1 Belvoir Terrace, Scarborough, Yorkshire informing him that there are no records of a John Frewen having received a degree between 1560 and 1583  FRE/4027  31 Mar 1838

Letter from Rev J A Barnes, Gilling, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen, 1 Belvoir Terrace, Scarborough, Yorkshire informing him that he has searched the registers and has been unable to find an entry for the marriage of Sir Thomas Laton and Mary Fairfax  FRE/4028  12 Apr 1838

Letter from Miss A E Smith, New Buildings, South Kilvington, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen, 1 Belvoir Terrace, Scarborough, Yorkshire  FRE/4029  26 Apr 1838

Contents:
With information concerning the wife of Laton Frewen and explaining that when Brafferton Hall came into his father's possession that the only family portraits were those of Mr and Mrs Laton Frewen

Letter from William Taylor, York Minster, master mason to [blank] Frewen, 1 Belvoir Terrace, Scarborough, Yorkshire with a sketch of Laton Frewen's monument at Brafferton and an estimate for its repair  FRE/4030  28 Apr 1838

Letter from R W Peirse, Register Office, Northallerton, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen, 1 Belvoir Terrace, Scarborough, Yorkshire regretting that he cannot help him to trace a pedigree of Laton Frewen since the office was only established in 1736  FRE/4031  5 May 1838

Letter from O Tomlin, Registrar of Richmond, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen, 1 Belvoir Terrace, Scarborough, Yorkshire informing him that he could not find the will of Thomas Layton  FRE/4032  7 May 1838

Letter from Rev Thomas Streatfeild, Chart's Edge, Westerham, Kent to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about his genealogical researches  FRE/4033  5 Aug 1838

Letter from John Gough Nichols, 25 Parliament Street, Middlesex, publisher to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about joining the Camden Society and the possibility of the society publishing his 'ancient chronicle'  FRE/4034  9 Aug 1838

Contents:
Endorsed note by Thomas Frewen that J G Nichols was the grandson of the historian of Leicestershire, 1838

Letter from Rev Thomas Streatfeild, Chart's Edge, Westerham, Kent to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about his genealogical researches and enclosing a duplicate impression of the '[William] Lambarde quarterings'  FRE/4035  21 Aug 1838

Letter from Rev Thomas Streatfeild, Chart's Edge, Westerham, Kent to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about his genealogical researches and enclosing a pedigree of the White family from Berry's Sussex Genealogies  FRE/4036  25 Aug 1838

Letter from Rev Thomas Streatfeild, Chart's Edge, Westerham, Kent to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about his genealogical researches and enclosing a duplicate of his bookplate incorporating his coat of arms  FRE/4037  31 Aug 1838

Letter from Rev Thomas Streatfeild, Chart's Edge, Westerham, Kent to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall (re-directed from Cold Overton) about his genealogical researches  FRE/4038  15 Sep 1838

Letter from Francis Palgrave, Chapter House, Westminster, Keeper of the Records to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall asking to see his old manuscript history of England  FRE/4039  18 Oct 1838

Rev J H Evans, Sedburgh, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall informing him that he has been unable to find any information concerning Bridget Sandford of Howgill (in Sedburgh), the mother of Bridget Laton  FRE/4040  14 Nov 1838

Contents:
Endorsed note by Thomas Frewen that the Rev Evans of Sedburgh School had been his private tutor at college, 1838

James Bennett Freeland, Registrar of Chichester, Chichester to Thomas Frewen, Northiam advising him that the faculties for his pew and vault are probably in the custody of the Registrar of Lewes  FRE/4041  15 Jul 1839

Letter from George Hoper, Registrar of Lewes to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall enclosing a copy of the 1739 faculty for the family vault  FRE/4042  17 Jul 1839

Letter from George Hoper, Registrar of Lewes to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall informing what the fees are  FRE/4043  25 Jul 1839

Letter from George Harrison Rogers-Harrison, Bluemantle Herald, Heralds' College to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall advising him to write to Lord Lyon's officer, Edinburgh for information relating to Scottish arms and pedigrees  FRE/4044  1 Aug 1839

Letter from William Anderson, Marchmont Herald, Lyon Office, Edinburgh to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall informing him that he has found no arms for John Hay of Hopes  FRE/4045  5 Aug 1839

Letter from John Hoper the younger, Registrar of Lewes to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall informing him that he had been unable to find the will of Richard Frewen and also giving his opinion about a faculty for the Frewen mausoleum  FRE/4046  24 Aug 1839

Letter from Rev John Frewen Moor, Bradfield, Berkshire to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall enclosing papers relating to the Turners of Kelmscott, Oxfordshire  FRE/4047  30 Dec 1839

Contents:
And a copy of his friend Bird's sermon preached at Reading on 5 Nov concerning 'our deliverance from popish tyrany'

Letter from Rev Thomas Streatfeild, Chart's Edge, Westerham, Kent to Thomas Frewen enclosing notes on his deeds relating to Goatley, Northiam  FRE/4048  24 Dec 1839

Letter from Rev John Frewen Moor, Bradfield, Berkshire to Thomas Frewen with general news and enclosing a sketch of the monument of his grandfather the Rev John Frewen of Tortworth, Gloucestershire  FRE/4049  nd [wmk 1836]

Letter from Rev Thomas Streatfeild, Chart's Edge, Westerham, Kent to Thomas Frewen, Hare House, Hawkhurst, Kent (re-directed from Brickwall) accepting his offer of £2 for the deeds relating to Goatley, Northiam  FRE/4050  17 Jan 1840

Letter from John Hoper the younger, Registrar of Lewes to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall acknowledging receipt of £4 4s for searching for the will of Richard Frewen and the faculty for the Frewen vault  FRE/4051  27 Jan 1840

Letter from Miss A E Smith, New Buildings, South Kilvington, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall thanking him for his present in return for her gift of the portraits of Laton and Mary Frewen Turner  FRE/4052  28 Jan 1840

Contents:
Endorsed note by Thomas Frewen that she is the daughter of the late Francis Smith the friend and residuary legatee of Mary Frewen Turner of Brafferton Hall (c1713-1786)

Letter from Rev A P Kelly, Charles Square, Littlehampton to Thomas Frewen, Northiam concerning his request to inspect the papers at Church House  FRE/4053  19 Mar 1840

Letter from Thomas Rodd, 2 Great Newport Street, London, bookseller to Thomas Frewen with details of books relating to members of the family  FRE/4054  18 Apr 1840

Letter from Miss A E Smith, New Buildings, South Kilvington, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton (re-directed from Brickwall) sending letters from Thomas [III] Frewen to Laton Frewen  FRE/4055  13 Jul 1840

Letter from Miss A E Smith, New Buildings, South Kilvington, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen promising to send the additional letters which she has found and giving details of her own family  FRE/4056  27 Jul 1840

Incomplete letter from Miss A E Smith, New Buildings, South Kilvington, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen promising to send any additional papers which she may find  FRE/4057  24 Aug 1840

Letter from Rev Robert Martin, Ansty Pastures, Leicestershire to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton relating extracts from the diary of the Rev John Ward of Stratford on Avon which includes references to the Rev John Frewen of Northiam (d 1628)  FRE/4058  27 Aug 1840

Fragment of a letter from Dr Baker of Derby to his sister Miss Baker of Langham, Rutland concerning Jane Frewen's organ now in the possession of Charles Mozley of Friargate Street  FRE/4059  nd [Aug 1840]

Administrative history:
Jane Ives (1686-1707), the daughter of Sir Edward Frewen, married William Ives of Bradden, Northamptonshire in 1704.

Letter from William Frewin, 11 George's Quay, Limerick to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton enquiring whether he is descended from Archbishop Accepted Frewen  FRE/4060  1 Oct 1840

Letter from Rev Thomas Streatfeild, Chart's Edge, Westerham, Kent to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton appologising for not having sent the marriage settlement of Woodgate and Eldrington with the deeds relating to Goatley, Northiam  FRE/4061  3 Oct 1840


Related information: (See FRE/7038)

Letter from William Frewin, 11 George's Quay, Limerick to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall claiming to be a relative and enclosing details of the brothers of Archbishop Frewen  FRE/4062  9 Oct 1840

Letter from Rev Thomas Streatfeild, Chart's Edge, Westerham, Kent to Thomas Frewen with general news  FRE/4063  13 Oct 1840

Letter from William Frewin, 11 George's Quay, Limerick to Thomas Frewen, Northiam stating that the details he sent in his previous letter were taken from a letter from Richard Frewen to Joseph Frewen (of Castleconnell, County Limerick), London, 6 Nov 1754  FRE/4064  16 Oct 1840

Letter from William Frewin, 11 George's Quay, Limerick to Thomas Frewen, Northiam informing him that he is conducting various researches in order to be able to prove that they are related  FRE/4065  18 Oct 1840

Letter from Sophia Tisdall, 24 Clare Street, Limerick to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall informing him that she is the sister of William Frewin, that her husband  FRE/4066  31 Dec 1840

Contents:
Mr Tisdale a grocer and wine and spirit merchant - died 15 years ago leaving her with 5 young children and that within the last 5 years she has lost the business and is in want of assistance

Letter from George Frederick Beltz, Lancaster Herald, Heralds' College to Thomas Frewen with a copy of Le Neve's pedigree of Sir Edward Frewen  FRE/4067  9 Mar 1841

Letter from George Frederick Beltz, Lancaster Herald, Heralds' College to Thomas Frewen informing him that letters of administration of the estate of Richard Frewen of Hanley Castle, Worcestershire were granted to his son Giles on 13 Jul 1592  FRE/4068  13 Mar 1841

Letter from William Betham, Ulster Herald, Office of Arms, Dublin Castle to Thomas Frewen with a pedigree of Frewen of Castle Connell tracing descent from Joseph (corrected to Thomas) the son of the Rev John Frewen of Northiam  FRE/4069  16 Mar 1841

Letter from William Betham, Dublin Castle to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall with an extract from a mortgage (3 & 4 Aug 1743) by the Rev Thomas Frewen of Castle Connell of the Blubber Valley Plantation, Antigua  FRE/4070  23 Mar 1841

Letter from George Frederick Beltz, Lancaster Herald, Heralds' College to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/4071  23 Mar 1841

Contents:
With extracts from the wills of Roger Frewen of Hanley Castle, yeoman (1576), Margaret Frewen of Hanley Castle, widow (1591) and William Frewen of Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, yeoman (1591) and a draft pedigree compiled by Thomas from the last will

Letter from George Frederick Beltz, Lancaster Herald, Heralds' College to Thomas Frewen with a note of the cost of supplying copies of the Frewen wills  FRE/4072  25 Mar 1841

Letter from George Frederick Beltz, Lancaster Herald, Heralds' College to Thomas Frewen  FRE/4073  1 Apr 1841

Contents:
Sending copies of the Frewen wills and with extracts from the will of Richard Bartlett, MD (1556) and letters of administration of Robert Frewen of Charlton on Otmoor, Oxfordshire (1564)

Letter from George Frederick Beltz, Lancaster Herald, Heralds' College to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall with information about the Eleanor Archer, the daughter and co-heiress of Richard Frewen, and the descent of Hanley Castle in that family  FRE/4074  16 Apr 1841

Letter from George Frederick Beltz, Lancaster Herald, Heralds' College to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/4075  19 Apr 1841

Contents:
With information about his search for the will of John Archer of Welland, Worcestershire (the husband of Eleanor Archer) and with a list of marriage licences for the surname Frewen

Letter from William Frewin, 11 George's Quay, Limerick to Thomas Frewen  FRE/4076  9 Jan 1841

Contents:
Reciting his descent from Joseph Frewin (died 1711) and Sarah Eames [recte Short], via their son the Rev Thomas Frewin of Castleconnell (died 1750) and Mary Spring, their fourth son William (died 1758) and Phoebe Davis, to their son John (died 1796) and Anna Maria Benn (William's parents)

Letter from Rev Joshua Stratton, Precincts, Canterbury to Thomas Frewen about an engraving of Archbishop Frewen's monument and about the possibility of a portrait of him  FRE/4077  2 Oct 1841

Incomplete letter from Miss A E Smith, New Buildings, South Kilvington, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall sending papers which she has found  FRE/4078  22 Jan 1842

Letter from Miss A E Smith, Fleece Hotel, Thirsk, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall sending a further document and with general news  FRE/4079  27 Jan 1842

Incomplete letter from Miss A E Smith to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall sending further documents  FRE/4080  2 Feb 1842

Letter from George Harrison Rogers-Harrison, Bluemantle Herald, Heralds' College to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall sending a copy of the pedigree of Laton  FRE/4081  22 Sep 1842

Letter from Sophia Tisdall, 11 Grand Parade, Cork to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton imploring him for help for her daughters who have recently established a seminary in Cork  FRE/4082  13 Dec 1842

Letter from Rev Robert J Barlow, Linden Grove, Hutton Rudby, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall enclosing a certified extract of the burial of Sir Thomas Laton, 27 Feb 1650 and informing him of the existance of a family monument in the church  FRE/4083  4 Jan 1843

Letter from Rev Robert J Barlow, Linden Grove, Hutton Rudby, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning extracts from the parish registers  FRE/4084  18 Jan 1843

Letter from Rev Robert J Barlow, Linden Grove, Hutton Rudby, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning extracts from the parish registers  FRE/4085  16 May 1843

Letter from Lucy Sarah Frewin, 34 Mount Street, Grosvenor Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen  FRE/4086  24 May 1843

Contents:
Explaining that she is the daughter of the late John Frewin of London - the first cousin of Richard Frewin, Chairman of the Board of Customs - and son of John Frewin and Mary Cadwallader, that she is the god daughter of Thomas's father and requesting some assistance

Letter from William Frewin, 11 George's Quay, Limerick to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall on general matters  FRE/4087  3 Jun 1843

Letter from Lucy Sarah Frewin, 34 Mount Street, Grosvenor Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall promising to find answers to his questions  FRE/4088  10 Jul 1843

Letter from William Frewin, 11 George's Quay, Limerick to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about his attempts to prove that their families are connected  FRE/4089  28 Jul 1843

Letter from William Leaver, Wrotham Heath, Wrotham, Kent, veterinary surgeon to Thomas Frewen, Northiam informing him that 66 or 67 years ago he heard John Hook, a gardener, claim to have planted the ash tree  FRE/4090  16 Jun 1844

Contents:
Endorsed note by Thomas Frewen that he had 'heard thro' other channels that Hook planted that tree, but it must have been when he was quite a lad for in 1729 the tree was of considerable size (see Stonestreet's map of Brickwall) & must have been planted 12 or 15 years at least, so it could not have been planted later than 1715.'

Letter from B Broadbent, Messrs Broadbent and Hawley, Leicester to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton concerning the removal of the Frewen and Turner monumental inscriptions from Sapcote for repairs and alterations  FRE/4091  3 Aug 1844

Draft letter from Thomas Frewen, Belle Vue Hotel, Great Malvern, Worcestershire to the Rev A B Lachmere, Hanley requesting to inspect the parish registers 'under your own eye instead of being referred to your Clerk from whom I received some incivility'  FRE/4092  9 Sep 1844

Contents:
Endorsed note by Thomas Frewen 'This I did not send'

Copy of letter from Thomas Frewen, Belle Vue Hotel, Great Malvern, Worcestershire to the Rev A B Lachmere, Hanley requesting to inspect the parish registers 'under your own eye instead of being referred to your Clerk from whom I received some incivility'  FRE/4093  11 Sep 1844

Letter from J H Cliften, Registry, Worcester to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton informing him that he could not find the will of John Turner of Athurston on Stour  FRE/4094  19 Nov 1844

Letter from B Broadbent, Messrs Broadbent and Hawley, Leicester to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall (re-directed from Cold Overton) enclosing a copy of the inscriptions on the Frewen and Turner monumental inscriptions in Sapcote church  FRE/4095  2 Dec 1844

Letter from Robert Laurie, Windsor Herald, College of Arms, London to Thomas Frewen, Stansteadbury House, Ware, Hertfordshire (re-directed from Brickwall) sending a copy of the Talbot pedigree  FRE/4096  24 Jan 1845

Letter from Henry Kelly, clerk to Robert Laurie, Heralds' College to Thomas Frewen concerning the arms of the Carus-Wilson and Cooke families  FRE/4097  10 Nov 1845

Letter from Robert Laurie, Windsor Herald, College of Arms, London to Thomas Frewen, Bromley, Kent sending a copy of part of the pedigree of Cooke of Highnam, Gloucestershire  FRE/4098  6 Feb 1846

Letter from [blank], Pitt Street, Portobello to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall with notice of the death at that address at 4pm of Mrs Hay, widow of Charles Hay, esq and mother of Charles Crossland Hay, esq  FRE/4099  22 Jun 1847

Letter from Rev John Frewen Moor, Bradfield, Berkshire to Thomas Frewen enclosing FRE/4101  FRE/4100  18 Oct 1847

Letter from George Grey, bt, Secretary of State for the Home Department, London to the Rev John Frewen Moor [Bradfield, Berkshire] about a possible connection of a Frewen with Padua University  FRE/4101  14 Oct 1847

Contents:
Endorsed note by Thomas Frewen that 'When Sir G Grey & the late Rev Henry Stevens junior were travelling in Italy 20 years ago or thereabouts they passed thro' some university where among a list of deceased Professors as the olden time they say "Johannes Frewen Anglicus", 20 Oct 1847

Letter from Horace Rodd, 23 Little Newport, Leicster Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen  FRE/4102  8 Apr 1848


Related information: Thomas Frewen had purchased a copy of the tract from the executors of Mr Stokes in March 1848, see FRE/595

Contents:
Brickwall enclosing a letter from Dr Philip Bliss, Oxford to Horace Rodd about being unable to find a copy of the Rev John Frewen's tract Certain Fruitfull Instructions, 8 Apr 1848

Letter from William Betham, Dublin Castle to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning the arms of the Homan family  FRE/4103  30 Jun 1848

Letter from William Betham, Dublin Castle to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning the arms of the Homan family  FRE/4104  8 Jul 1848

Letter from William Betham, Ulster Herald, Dublin Castle to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall sending a copy of the Homan pedigree  FRE/4105  5 Aug 1848

Letter from William Betham, Ulster Herald, Dublin Castle to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about the copy of the Homan pedigree  FRE/4106  14 Aug 1848

Letter from Thomas Carlyle, ?Aberdeen to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about the death of Oliver Cromwell  FRE/4107  24 Jan 1849

Letter from Horace Rodd, London to Thomas Frewen about obtaining copies of various pictures for him  FRE/4108  23 Mar 1849

Letter from James Bennett Freeland, Registrar of Chichester, Chichester to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall giving information about institutions to Northiam  FRE/4109  13 Jul 1849

Letter from Rev John Frewen Moor the younger, Burton Agnes, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about his wish to publish the sermons of Archbishop Frewen  FRE/4110  27 Aug 1849

Letter from Rev John Frewen Moor the younger, Burton Agnes, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about his efforts to copy the sermons of Archbishop Frewen prior to their publication  FRE/4111  30 Oct 1849

Letter from Rev John Frewen Moor the younger, Lea Rectory, Lincolnshire to Thomas Frewen, 1 Verulam Place, Hastings (re-directed from Brickwall) informing him that J H Parker is willing to publish 500 copies of the sermons for £200  FRE/4112  8 Dec 1849

Letter from J H Parker, Oxford to the Rev John Frewen Moor the younger enclosing a specimin page of an old English capital  FRE/4113  28 Dec 1849

Contents:
Subsequently sent to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall in envelope postmarked Bridlington (near Burton Agnes), 31 Dec 1849

Letter from Lucy Sarah Frewin, c/o Mrs Bishop, 11 Walcot Square, Lambeth, Surrey to Thomas Frewen  FRE/4114  31 Dec 1849

Contents:
With news that her mother has died leaving her in a 'wretched state of health at times so ill as not to be able to rise from my bed, destitute & to struggle on I have not one pound in the World & am totally unable to pay for my poor mother's funeral', explaining that her great grandfather (Richard Frewin of London) and his were brothers and requesting his assistance

Fragment of a letter from Edward Taylor Dartnell, Ailsa Villa, Twickenham, Surrey to Thomas Frewen  FRE/4115  nd [Dec 1849 or Jan 1850]

Contents:
Giving a detailed descent of his family from Joseph Frewen (Thomas Frewen corrects this to Thomas) the son of the Rev John Frewen of Northiam (died 1628) via the Rev Thomas Frewen of Castleconnell, County Limerick (died 1750), his son the Rev Francis Frewen of Castleconnell (died 1801), his son Thomas Frewin, MD (died 1835) to his mother Rose Frewin and father George Dartnell of Limerick
Endorsed note by Thomas Frewen that this account was sent by Mr Darnell via Frederick Homan and that on receipt of it he wrote to Mr Dartnell 'witholding from him at first all I knew about his branch in order to obtain...information entirely independent'; he also notes that although there are many errors in Dartnell's letters there is also much useful information, Oct 1861

Letter from Rev Robert Martin, Ansty Pastures, Leicestershire to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about making an engraving of the portrait of Archbishop Frewen  FRE/4116  1 Jan 1850

Letter from Edward Taylor Dartnell, Ailsa Villa, Twickenham, Surrey to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall giving a revised descent of his family with a draft pedigree  FRE/4117  8 Jan 1850

Letter from Edward Taylor Dartnell, Ailsa Villa, Twickenham, Surrey to Thomas Frewen, 5 Marlborough Road, St Johns Wood, Middlesex (re-directed from Brickwall)  FRE/4118  12 Jan 1850

Contents:
With further details about his family, the large number of illegitimate children fathered by both his grandfather Thomas Frewin, MD and his grand-uncle William Frewin, solicitor and suggesting that the Rev Thomas Frewin's brother Richard might be the same person as the father of Richard Frewin of the Custom House who died in 1776

Letter from Edward Taylor Dartnell, Ailsa Villa, Twickenham, Surrey to Thomas Frewen with further details about his family  FRE/4119  21 Jan 1850

Letter from Edward Taylor Dartnell, Ailsa Villa, Twickenham, Surrey to Thomas Frewen, 5 Marlborough Road, St Johns Wood, Middlesex with further details about his family  FRE/4120  23 Jan 1850

Letter from Edward Taylor Dartnell, Ailsa Villa, Twickenham, Surrey to Thomas Frewen, 5 Marlborough Road, St Johns Wood, Middlesex repeating the information in FRE/4120 which he believes that he may have lost before he could posted it  FRE/4121  23 Jan 1850

Letter from William Courthope, Rouge Croix, College of Arms to Thomas Frewen concerning pedigrees of Stapley and Jefferies  FRE/4122  24 Jan 1850

Letter from Edward Taylor Dartnell, Ailsa Villa, Twickenham, Surrey to Thomas Frewen, 5 Marlborough Road, St Johns Wood, Middlesex with furhter details about his family  FRE/4123  26 Jan 1850

Letter from William Courthope, Rouge Croix, College of Arms to Thomas Frewen concerning the Stapley and Jefferies families  FRE/4124  4 Feb 1850

Letter from Rev Mark Henry Vernon, Westfield to Thomas Frewen, 5 Marlborough Road, St Johns Wood, Middlesex sending details of the burials of members of the Pierce family  FRE/4125  15 Feb 1850

Letter from Edward Taylor Dartnell, Ailsa Villa, Twickenham, Surrey to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall with furhter details about his family  FRE/4126  6 Mar 1850

Letter from N Calvert, Goldsmiths' Hall, London to Thomas Frewen, Casterton Hall, Kirby Lonsdale, Westmoreland  FRE/4127  5 Oct 1729

Contents:
Enquiring whether they are related since Mary the only daughter of the Rev Stephen Frewen of Fairlight married John Calvert of London, merchant

Letter from William Durrant Cooper, 81 Guildford Street, Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/4128  31 Jan 1851

Contents:
Informing him that his 'ancient chronicle' is a good early copy of the Brute Chronicle which was written by a monk during the reign of Henry VI and that 'Jeake's Diary would doubtless be acceptable to the Sussex Society'

Letter from William Durrant Cooper, 81 Guildford Street, Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton  FRE/4129  7 Apr 1851

Contents:
Sending a copy of his article which will appear in the next volume of Sussex Archaelogical Collections ('Extracts from Account-Books of the Everenden and Frewen Families, in the Seventeenth Century' SAC 4 22-30)

Letter from William Durrant Cooper, 81 Guildford Street, Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton concerning his searches of pedigrees at the British Museum  FRE/4130  13 May 1851

Letter from A Holmes Tuck, Ewhurst to Thomass Frewen, Cold Overton about his searches of the parish registers  FRE/4131  13 May 1851

Letter from Charles Frewen Kelley, 21 Great George Street, Westminster, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about obtaining copies of documents in his possession  FRE/4132  14 May 1851

Letter from William Durrant Cooper, 81 Guildford Street, Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton concerning the documents in the possession of Charles Frewen Kelley and enclosing the bill from Messrs Fearon and Clabone for copying them  FRE/4133  16 May 1851

Letter from Rev Henry Wynch, Pett Rectory to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton  FRE/4134  31 May 1851

Contents:
Informing him that the parish registers prior to 1675 were in the possession of the Rev Frewen at Brede Court (?Place) to assist him on his work on the history of Sussex and were lost when the house burnt down

Letter from William Durrant Cooper, 81 Guildford Street, Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about his researches on his behalf  FRE/4135  6 Jun 1851

Letter from William Durrant Cooper, 81 Guildford Street, Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton enclosing a copy of the pedigree of Greenwood of Oxfordshire and Yorkshire  FRE/4136  12 Jun 1851

Letter from T R ?Alter, Wymeswold, Leicestershire to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton returning his notes on Cold Overton and the hall  FRE/4137  11 Jul 1851

Letter from Captain Charles Jenkin, Royal Marines, 1 Polygon Avenue, Ardwick, Manchester to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton (re-directed from Brickwall) concerning the Frewen relics in his possession  FRE/4138  1 Sep 1851

Letter from Thomas Lawrence Bloxham, Rugby, Warwickshire to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton thanking him for allowing him to copy the letters respecting the great Douglas cause  FRE/4139  6 Sep 1851

Letter from Thomas Law Hodges, Hemsted, Staplehurst, Kent to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton concerning the Queen Elizabeth oak at Northiam  FRE/4140  12 Sep 1851

Letter from William Edward Lord, Northiam to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/4141  3 Nov 1851

Contents:
Sending a copy of Thomas's grandfather's letter to William's uncle and fearing that 'among the "Bushels" of letters my poor Aunt destroyed in her last days some that you would have valued met their fate'

Letter from William Durrant Cooper, 81 Guildford Street, Russell Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen sending copies of papers relating to the Lord Warden's interference in the Rye elections of 1683 and 1685  FRE/4142  5 Dec 1851

Letter from William Henry Blaauw, Beechland, Uckfield (recte Newick) to Thomas Frewen about Holbein's portrait of Lady Guldeford, 1527 at Brickwall, with notes by Thomas Frewen  FRE/4143  13 Dec 1854

Letter from J H Parker, Oxford to Thomas Frewen, Cold Overton about the cost of printing Archbishop Frewen's sermons  FRE/4144  7 Mar 1855

Letter from Simon Knight, Preston Road, Poplar, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, 5 Croft, Hastings  FRE/4145  26 Mar 1859

Contents:
Concerning the Knight family and enclosing his notes and queries concerning the portraits at Brickwall of John Knight of Slapton, Northamptonshire and his wife Catherine, 23 Apr 1853

Letter from Simon Knight, Preston Road, Poplar, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen  FRE/4146  27 Jun 1859

Contents:
Enclosing his notes on the Knight family from the Slapton parish registers and a copy of a letter from Frederick Beadel, 25 Gresham Street, London to Simon Knight concerning his researches into the Knight family of Gosfield, Essex with notes on the family monument in the church with illustrations of the hatchments, 30 Jul 1853

Number not used  FRE/4147  [n.d.]

Letter from John Frewen, Hastings to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall with information about Captain David Hay which he obtained whilst at Chichester  FRE/4148  2 Jul 1859

Letter from Rev William M Lawson, Brafferton, Boroughbridge, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about his family history and memories of Brafferton Hall  FRE/4149  24 Nov 1859

Letter from Rev William Gray, Brafferton, Boroughbridge, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen  FRE/4150  21 Nov 1859

Contents:
With notes about Brafferton Hall and enclosing sketches of the gables, a description of the hall with a ground floor plan of the hall and grounds, and a description of the village of Brafferton with a sketch of the centre of the village

Letter from Ann Elizabeth Gray, Brafferton Vicarage, Boroughbridge, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen with her recollections of the late Miss A E Smith  FRE/4151  1 Dec 1859

Letter from Rev William Gray, Brafferton, Boroughbridge, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen with notes about Brafferton Hall  FRE/4152  7 Dec 1859

Letter from Rev William M Lawson, Brafferton, Boroughbridge, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about Brafferton Hall  FRE/4153  8 Dec 1859

Letter from Rev William M Lawson, Brafferton, Boroughbridge, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about Brafferton Hall  FRE/4154  14 Dec 1859

Letter from Ann Elizabeth Gray, The Residence, Ripon, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall about sketches of Brafferton Hall  FRE/4155  4 Jul 1860

Letter from Sarah Frewen, Brighton to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall with general news and with lists of books formerly in the library of Dr Frewen sent by her husband Moreton John Edward Frewen  FRE/4156  18 Jul 1860

Letter from Ann Elizabeth Gray, Blythe in Horton, Northumberland to Thomas Frewen about sketches of Brafferton Hall  FRE/4157  21 Jul 1860

Letter from Rev Samuel Gray, Tootting, Surrey to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall sending a sketch of Brafferton Hall  FRE/4158  2 aug 1860

Letter from Ann Elizabeth Gray, The Residence, Ripon, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen, Gloucester Lodge, Maize Hill, St Leonards (re-directed from Brickwall) enclosing the reminiscences of Mrs Richardson concerning Brafferton Hall  FRE/4159  nd [post-marked 8 Sep 1860]

Letter from Joseph Spedding, 80 Westbourne Terrace, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen enquiring about Sir William Cook  FRE/4160  26 Mar 1867

Letter from Joseph Spedding, 80 Westbourne Terrace, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen concerning his researches into the reign of James I  FRE/4161  26 Apr 1867

Letter from Joseph Spedding, 80 Westbourne Terrace, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Woodlands, Ore with general news  FRE/4162  23 Jun 1867

Letter from T Wharton Jones, FRS, 35 George Street, Hanover Square, Middlesex to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/4163  23 Mar 1868

Contents:
Stating that he is the great grandson of Charles Philips, the portrait-painter (1703-1747) who painted the portraits of Thomas Frewen and his wife, 1734 at Brickwall and enclosing details about the family and a photograph of a self portrait by Charles Philips

Letter from J S Howard, LL D, Dartmouth Row, Blackheath, Kent to Thomas Frewen  FRE/4164  4 Apr 1868

Contents:
Sending a tracing of the autograph of Ambrose Frewen of London, citizen and clothworker, 1657 and enquiring whether he has any further information, also enclosing a prospectus for the Miscellanea Genealogica et Healdica which he publishes quarterly

Copy of letter from Thomas Frewen, 126 King's Road, Brighton concerning the exhibiting of the portraits of the wife of Sir Henry Guldeford, Archbishop Frewen and Archbishop Cranmer, and listing others which are in his posession  FRE/4165  28 Jul 1868

Letter from Rev R Waterfield, Thurcaston Rectory, Leicestershire to the Rev Robert Martin, Ansty Pastures, Leicestershire with a note of the baptisms of Charles and Elizabeth Simkin  FRE/4166  9 Nov (1849, 1855, 1860 or 1866)

Letter from Rev R J Burton, Hutton Rudby, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall concerning entries for the Laton family in the parish registers  FRE/4167  nd [post-marked 2 Feb 1843]

Letter from Moreton John Edward Frewen to Thomas Frewen, Brickwall giving details about his uncle Thomas Frewen (1740-1773)  FRE/4168  nd [wmk 1835]

Incomplete letter from [Miss A E Smith, New Buildings, South Kilvington, Yorkshire to Thomas Frewen] concerning his poor health and her family  FRE/4169  nd [1840 x 1842]

Notes concerning the Frewens, Chillendens and Harveys, the advowson of Northiam and Robertsbridge deeds  FRE/4170  nd [?19th century]

Correspondence - Colonel Edward Frewen of Brickwall  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Colonel Edward Frewen of Brickwall (1850-1919), the third son of Thomas [IV] Frewen (1811-1870) and his second wife Helen Louisa Homan of County Kildare (1821-1901), was born on 25 July 1850 at Casterton Grange, Westmoreland and was baptised there in August 1850. He was admitted as a fellow commoner at St John's College, Cambridge on 16 October 1868 and he matriculated at Michaelmas 1868. In 1873 married Anne Mary Byng (died 1922), the daughter of Captain Henry Byng, RN, of Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex. He died on 13 January 1919 and the will was proved on 28 February by his widow and Reginald Garrould Barnes, solicitor, when the estate was valued at £3,536 13s 4d. Of Brickwall and Cold Overton, JP for Sussex, Kent, Leicester and Rutland, deputy Lieutenant of Sussex, Sheriff of Rutland, 1876, Lieutenant of Royal East Kent Yeomanry, 1873, served in South African War, Major Imperial Yeomanry, 1900-1901, for which he received the Queen's Medal with four clasps, Colonel Commanding Royal East Kent Yeomanry, 1908-1911. Alderman of East Sussex County Council, CB 1911. 1875-1882 master of the East Sussex Foxhounds
Anne Mary Frewen (née Byng), the third daughter of Captain Henry Byng, RN of Quendon Hall, Essex (1811-1881) and his first wife Mary Anne Webb (died 25 November 1852), was born at Rickling, Essex in about 1853. Anne married Colonel Edward Frewen (1850-1919) on 26 June 1873 and she died on 11 May 1922. Anne was commonly referred to by the family in the letters as 'Nan'.
Captain Henry Byng, RN of Quendon Hall, Essex (1811-1881): the eldest son of Vice-Admiral Henry Dilkes Byng (died 24 Sep 1860), the fourth son of John Byng (1743-1813), 5th Viscount Torrington, and Maria Jane Clerke (died 17 May 1874) the daughter of J B Clerke, was born at Halifax, Yorkshire on 11 Sep 1811. He married twice, firstly on 10 Jun 1839 to Mary Anne Webb (died 25 Nov 1852), the only child of William Webb of The Views, Essex, and secondly on 9 Jun 1857 to Mary Gubbins (died 1895) the eldest daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Gubbins of Belmont, [?Bedhampton], Hampshire. He died on 2 Jun 1881.
1880s lived at Pickwell, Leicestershire; He attended Mr Storr's school at Brenchley, Kent, 1861 FRE/4171(18); school at Westhall, Suffolk, cSep 1865 - Feb 1867; visited America in 1880 (4172 (34-35))

Letters from his mother Helen Louisa Frewen  [no ref. or date]

Letters; 1854-1872  FRE/4171  [n.d.]

Letter from Helen Frewn, 10 Croft, Hastings to Edward Frewen congratulating him on his good behaviour and being able to dress himself  FRE/4171/1  16 Jun 1854

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ore to Eddy (Edward) Frewen hoping that hs cold will soon be better and sending 'some comfits for Richie [Richard] baby and yourself' by the new nursing maid Elizabeth Catt  FRE/4171/2  11 Dec 1854

Letter from Helen Frewen, Hastings Lodge to Edward Frewen thanking him for his letter (which was written by Miss Ashe)  FRE/4171/3  21 May 1855

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen with hopes that she will see him soon  FRE/4171/4  23 May 1855

Letter from Helen Frewen, 5 Croft, Hastings to Edward Frewen concerning the concert to be held at her house by German musicians  FRE/4171/5  11 Apr 1856

Letter from Helen Frewen, Woodlands [Ore] to Edward Frewen hoping that he 'will strive against [his] naughty little heart and that when you feel inclined to quarrel with your brothers you will pray to god to make you good & loving to them'  FRE/4171/6  21 Jul 1856

Letter from Helen Frewen, 10 Croft [Hastings] to Edward Frewen about his behaviour  FRE/4171/7  4 Feb 1857

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen hoping that he will 'try and do your very best at school'  FRE/4171/8  1 Dec 1859

Letter from Helen Frewen, 5 Croft, Hastings to Edward Frewen concerning her recent visit  FRE/4171/9  27 Feb 1860

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his grandmother's visit to Eversfield Place  FRE/4171/10  5 Mar 1860

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his return from school  FRE/4171/11  19 Mar 1860

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his return from school  FRE/4171/12  31 Mar 1860

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his progress at school  FRE/4171/13  30 Apr 1860

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen enquiring whether his hand is better  FRE/4171/14  28 May 1860

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen informing him that she is now feeling better and inquiring about his progress at Latin  FRE/4171/15  7 Jun 1860

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his progress at school  FRE/4171/16  18 Jun 1860

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen informing him of the death of his rabbit  FRE/4171/17  4 Dec [c1860]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his bat which he left behind when he returned to school at Brenchley  FRE/4171/18  26 Apr 1861

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ore to Edward Frewen concerning her intended visit to Ireland and her visit to see the yacht The Vision at Rye  FRE/4171/19  10 Jun 1861

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen wishing him a happy birthday  FRE/4171/20  24 Jul 1861

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ore to Edward Frewen concerning his visit home  FRE/4171/21  30 Aug 1861

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen  FRE/4171/22  5 Nov 1861

Contents:
Concerning her inability to obtain fireworks in Hastings because she did not have a licence, her worries about his pocket money and news that the mother of 'Charles Folkard the idiot that we were so interested in being one of 5 idiots in the same family...has got into Earlswood [asylum] for life'

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his attack of the measles  FRE/4171/23  26 Nov 1861

Letter from Helen Frewen, 5 Albion Place, Ramsgate, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning school matters, with a note from his sister Louise, 6 Dec  FRE/4171/24  11 Dec 1861

Letter from Helen Frewen, 14 Wellington Crescent, Ramsgate, Kent to Edward Frewen enquiring about his progress at school  FRE/4171/25  16 Mar 1863

Letter from Helen Frewen, Cold Overton to Edward Frewen wishing him happy birthday and asking if he would 'avoid disputing with Dick [his brother] I should be so thankful'  FRE/4171/26  23 Jul 1864

Letter from Helen Frewen, Cold Overton to Edward Frewen concerning his return from school  FRE/4171/27  28 Jul 1864

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning her visit to Ramsgate and his brother Richard's low marks at school  FRE/4171/28  22 Nov 1864

Report from Mr Storr's School, the vicarage, Brenchley on the progress of Edward Frewen  FRE/4171/29  17 Dec 1864

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the closure of the footpath [?across Brickwall park]  FRE/4171/30  20 Feb 1866

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the loss of her purse between Northiam and Ashford  FRE/4171/31  10 Apr 1866

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen asking him to write to her  FRE/4171/32  13 Apr 1866

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his journey to Halesworth or Westhall [Suffolk], her proposed visit to Ramsgate, that his uncle Charles Hay Frewen is to return from Cannes  FRE/4171/33  7 Jul 1866

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen  FRE/4171/34  8 Mar 1868

Contents:
Concerning the university boat race and that his father is going to lend five pictures to the Kensington exhibition (Archbishop Frewen, Lord and Lady Cowdrey, the Holbein and Bishop Cranmer)

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen enquiring about his health  FRE/4171/35  23 Mar 1868

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning their proposed visit to Brighton to see Louisa  FRE/4171/36  17 Jul 1868

Letter from Helen Frewen, 26 Kings Road, Brighton to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4171/37  24 Jul 1868

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the absess on her eyelid, his activities at Cambridge and that His father has been canvassing the parish  FRE/4171/38  4 Nov 1868

Letter from Helen Frewen, 51 Marine Parade, Brighton to Edward Frewen castigating him for not having replied to the letter from his father  FRE/4171/39  16 Nov 1868

Letter from Helen Frewen, 55 Marina, St Leonards to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4171/40  22 Feb 1869

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen asking why he has not written for nearly two weeks  FRE/4171/41  8 May 1869

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4171/42  5 Jun 1869

Letter from Thomas Frewen to Edward Frewen, Brickwall asking him to visit him at Inishannon, County Cork as soon as possible  FRE/4171/43  10 Oct 1869

Letter from Helen Frewen, Woodland, Ore to Richard Frewen concerning the ill-health of Thomas [IV] Frewen and that 'I wish you would send this to Ted [because] I have so many letters to write'  FRE/4171/44  18 Nov 1869

Letter from [Anne] Louisa Frewen, West Heath, Abbey Wood, Kent to Edward Frewen with news of her visit to see the oratorio Ruth at Exeter Hall which featured Jenny Lind  FRE/4171/45  18 Nov 1869

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ore to Edward Frewen concerning his debts  FRE/4171/46  11 Dec 1869

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning the death of his ?dog 'Duchess', endorsed with a note of game shot  FRE/4171/47  25 Dec 1869

Letter from Helen Frewen, Woodlands, Hastings to Edward Frewen concerning their trip to London, Jack Straw's Castle at Hampstead and the health of his father  FRE/4171/48  9 Feb 1870

Letter from Helen Frewen, 27 Marina, St Leonards to Edward Frewen enclosing a cheque from his father  FRE/4171/49  14 Feb 1870

Letter from Helen Frewen, Marina [?St Leonards] to Edward Frewen criticising the thin content of his last letter  FRE/4171/50  21 Feb 1870

Letter from Helen Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to Edward Frewen  FRE/4171/51  2 Mar 1870

Contents:
Asking him to reply to her letter of a fortnight ago, that 'Herring has taken 60 deer. He had about 50 men to assist & gave each 1s and as much beer & cheese & bread as they could eat and as it was in the hard frost when so many were out of work it was a good thing particularly as there is hardly any grass for the deer' and that the fishery dispute will be heard before the Cork assize

Letter from Helen Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to Edward Frewen asking why he has not replied to her letter  FRE/4171/52  7 Mar 1870

Letter from Helen Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to Edward Frewen concerning his exams and her wish that he would always write to her on a Sunday  FRE/4171/53  1 Apr 1870

Letter from B S Haman to Edward Frewen concerning his mistake in Edward obtaining his railway ticket from the station rather than through the Corps  FRE/4171/54  25 Apr 1870

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his father's ill-health  FRE/4171/55  2 May 1870

Letter from Helen Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to Edward Frewen concerning the progress of his studies at Cambridge  FRE/4171/56  14 May 1870

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning Thomas [IV] Frewen's desire to shut up Brickwall and to do up the old manor house at Pickwell  FRE/4171/57  21 May 1870

Letter from B S Haman, 18 Camden Hill Villas, Upper Norwood, Surrey to Edward Frewen informing him that his sister [Anne] Louisa is only suffering from measles  FRE/4171/58  28 May 1870

Letter from Helen Frewen, 40 Marine Parade, Brighton to Edward Frewen asking him to write to her and that [Anne] Louisa is only suffering from measles  FRE/4171/59  30 May 1870

Letter from Helen Frewen, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen concerning the progress of his studies and with several tasks for him  FRE/4171/60  7 Jun 1870

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen requesting that he send their servant Jospeh to be the coachman  FRE/4171/61  8 Jun [1870]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 49 Eversfield Place, St Leonards to Edward Frewen asking him to visit tomorrow since his father 'is not fit to walk alone'  FRE/4171/62  3 Jul 1870

Letter from Helen Frewen, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen concerning the brother of Dr Bradshaw who drowned at Lowestoft  FRE/4171/63  26 Jul 1870

Letter from Helen Frewen, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen concerning the death of Colonel Farquason's wife - 'only 25 & she has left four little children'  FRE/4171/64  12 Aug 1870

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ore to Edward Frewen about his father's very poor state of health  FRE/4171/65  5 Oct 1870

An 'extract from a letter of my dearest husband's [Thomas [IV] Frewen] to me to be read after his death & now copied by me [Helen Frewen] for his dear children' with religious thoughts and sentiments  FRE/4171/66  27 Nov 1870

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4171/67  3 Feb 1871

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his giving up university  FRE/4171/68  10 Feb 1871

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen asking whether he intends to be inoculated since this was last done in 1865  FRE/4171/69  11 Feb 1871

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen asking him to write to her  FRE/4171/70  15 Feb 1871

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4171/71  20 Feb 1871

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning livestock on the estate and her intention of visiting Brighton and St Leonards for a few days  FRE/4171/72  25 Feb [1871]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning her forthcoming visit to London where she will be staying at 3 Surrey Villas, Westow Hill, Upper Norwood  FRE/4171/73  3 Mar 1871

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the estate and the death of Lord Lonsdale  FRE/4171/74  7 Mar [1871]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 3 Surrey Villas [Westow Hill, Upper Norwood, Surrey] to Edward Frewen concerning Moreton's wish to attend the University of Cambridge  FRE/4171/75  8 Mar 1871

Letter from Helen Frewen, 22 Marina, St Leonards to Edward Frewen  FRE/4171/76  17 Mar 1871

Contents:
Concerning their horses and the gambling losses of Tom Bishopp - as to its being impossible to loose £2000 at a gambling table, how many have lost 20 times that in one evening. If men retire to gambling no one can tell where it may end'

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen  FRE/4171/77  5 Apr 1871

Contents:
Informing him that he is 'unnecessarily hard upon poor Ayerst. It was Mr James who told him he must cut £2000 worth of timber [in Brickwall Park]', that the parish allowances are being stoped in order to force the poor into the workhouse and that 'Moreton has been such a bad boy'

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4171/78  10 Apr 1871

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4171/79  18 May 1871

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4171/80  26 May 1871

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the horses and asking if he knows Richard's address  FRE/4171/81  30 May [1871]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the death of Mrs Burra from Scarlet Fever  FRE/4171/82  21 Jun [1871]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen informing him that the stable staff are 'very efficient when you are here, but are too young to be their own masters in your absence'  FRE/4171/83  25 Jun [1871]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the forthcoming marriage of Miss Bishopp to a man from London  FRE/4171/84  3 Jul [1871]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4171/85  26 Oct [1871]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Cold Overton to Edward Frewen asking him to write to his uncle and that she is leaving for Bournmouth tomorrow  FRE/4171/86  17 Nov 1871

Letter from Helen Frewen, Woodcroft, Bournmouth, Dorset to Edward Frewen  FRE/4171/87  2 Dec [1871]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 8 The Hill, Monkstown, County Dublin to Edward Frewen concerning her trip and the state of the house  FRE/4171/88  8 Aug [blank]

Contents:
This letter can probably be dated to 1872 see FRE/4171 (89)

Letter from Helen Frewen, 8 The Hill, Monkstown, County Dublin to Edward Frewen with thanks for his letter and news of her activities  FRE/4171/89  26 Aug 1872

Letter from Helen Frewen, 8 The Hill, Monkstown, County Dublin to Edward Frewen concerning her ill-health  FRE/4171/90  12 Sep [blank]

Contents:
This letter can probably be dated to 1872 see FRE/4171 (89)

Letter from Helen Frewen, 8 The Hill, Monkstown, County Dublin to Edward Frewen concerning her ill-health and the possibility of a visit to Scotland  FRE/4171/91  24 Sep [blank]

Contents:
This letter can probably be dated to 1872 see FRE/4171 (89)

Letters; 1873-1886  FRE/4172  [n.d.]

Letter from Edward Frewen, Hotel Bellevue, Thun, Switzerland to Helen Frewen with news of their honeymoon, the journey from Geneva to Chamonix and the problems with the carriage  FRE/4172/1  13 Jul 1873

Letter from Helen Frewen, 3 Wellington Place [?Hastings] to Edward Frewen concerning finding a house and that the family seals are safely packed away  FRE/4172/2  18 Oct 1873

Telegram from Edward Frewen, 51 Eversfield Place, Hastings to Helen Frewen, 1 Belvedere Terrace, Tunbridge Wells, Kent announcing the birth of his son [Thomas] at 5.30am, with a letter from Helen congratulating him on the event, 11 Apr  FRE/4172/3  11 Apr 1874

Letter from Helen Frewen, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen  FRE/4172/4  12 Apr 1874

Contents:
Asking him to write concerning the birth of his son and that she is 'so very sorry to hear Nannie [Anne Mary] objects to the name of Thomas, but hope she will soon learn to love it associated with the darling baby. I never could have a child called by it as there was a superstition in the family that if a younger son was called by it the others would die & he inherit. So we were to wait for the first born of the next generation. I do hope nothing may prevent your calling the boy after your dear father'

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverly Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning the imminent death of the Rev [William Young] Nutt [of Cold Overton] and the need to appoint a successor  FRE/4172/5  16 Oct 1874

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverly Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen  FRE/4172/6  1 Jul 1876

Contents:
Concerning the possible marriage of Anne Louisa Frewen to Mr Coombe - 'the marriage must not be allowed, it seems to me perfect madness both on account of health & means, but the former is the worst. Do you know that these fits would be inherited in the descendants. Mrs [Eleanor] Frewen Turner told me that [her sister] Madame [Mary] Mohl had them when young & that was the reason she never married till after 50...I am quite certain it's not a marriage dear Pa [Thomas [IV] Frewen] would have consented to nor can I ever. I only hope her affections are not very much involved'

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverly Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen wondering whether 'it has gone so far that L[ouisa] knows Mr C's feelings towards her' and giving reasons why the marriage should not take place  FRE/4172/7  2 Jul 1876

Letter from Helen Frewen, Aix la Chapelle [Aachen, Germany] to Edward Frewn concerning their arrival in Brussels, the cathedral and lace makers, and their visits to Waterloo and Antwerp  FRE/4172/8  16 Jul 1876

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning family matters  FRE/4172/9  8 Feb [?1877]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/4172/10  16 Mar [post-marked 1877]

Contents:
Concerning the Rev [Charles Forbes Septimus] Money of Deptford St John, Kent, who is staying at Tunbridge Wells for his health, and whether he might be induced to accept the living of Trinity Church, Leicester

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells to Edward Frewen, Brickwall concerning the vacancy at Trinity Church, Leicester and that she is afraid that Charles Hay Frewen 'is in a verry unsatisfactory state'  FRE/4172/11  7 Apr [post-marked 1877]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen, East Kent Yeomanry, Dover concerning her iminent departure for Eastbourne  FRE/4172/12  24 May [post-marked 1877]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen, Brickwall concerning letting her house  FRE/4172/13  9 Jul [post-marked 1877]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen  FRE/4172/14  21 Jul [?1877]

Contents:
Concerning her talk with Moreton - 'We talked over general affairs of interest & are quite friendly again. I am glad of it, for people here were, I have no doubt, watching us & now any scandel will be stopped'

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/4172/15  13 Aug [post-marked 1877]

Contents:
Concerning the ending of the possible marriage of Anne Louisa Frewen to Mr Coombe - 'I am very thankful you brought the matter to a crisis'

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen, Brickwall thanking him for the writing case and concerning the letting of her house  FRE/4172/16  18 Aug [post-marked 1877]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen, Brickwall informing him that she has been unable to let her house which will mean a loss of £130  FRE/4172/17  nd [post-marked 20 Aug 1877]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen, Brickwall concerning her house  FRE/4172/18  22 Aug [post-marked 1877]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 3 Villa Road [Hastings] to Edward Frewen, Brickwall congratulating him on the birth of his son [Edward Laton Frewen]  FRE/4172/19  3 Oct 1877

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen, Brickwall asking him to write to her, with a letter from Helen to Anne (Nan) Frewen concerning the birth of her second son, 8 Oct  FRE/4172/20  8 Oct [post-marked 1877]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen, Brickwall concerning the family coat of arms and life at the seaside  FRE/4172/21  15 Oct [post-marked 1877]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen, Brickwall concerning Louisa's stay at Eridge Castle  FRE/4172/22  9 Nov [post-marked 1877]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen, Brickwall concerning the recent collection for the Church Missionary Society  FRE/4172/23  30 Nov [post-marked 1877]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen, Brickwall concerning compensation for the Irish church livings  FRE/4172/24  31 Dec 1877

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning Richard and Moreton Frewen, and the deaths of some mutual friends  FRE/4172/25  nd [?1877]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen, Brickwall concerning compensation for the Irish church livings and Charles Hay Frewen's financial difficulties  FRE/4172/26  15 Jan [post-marked 1878]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning his son who is staying with her  FRE/4172/27  5 Mar [1878]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen, Brickwall asking foe his advice  FRE/4172/28  6 Mar [post-marked 1878]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen, Brickwall informing him that she has had to dismiss her housemaid  FRE/4172/29  13 Mar [post-marked 1878]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen, Brickwall enclosing a letter to her from N Horsley, 1 High Row, Kensington, Middlesex with details of his prices for painting portraits, 10 Jun 1878  FRE/4172/30  11 Jun [post-marked 1878]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 16 Marine Square, Brighton to Edward Frewen concerning the possibility of his standing for Hastings at the next election  FRE/4172/31  25 Nov 1878

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Caverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen wishing him happy birthday and with news of life in Brighton  FRE/4172/32  24 Jul 1879

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4172/33  3 Jan 1880

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen, Big Horn, Powder River, Wyoming  FRE/4172/34  7 Jul 1880

Contents:
With news of his three children who are staying with her and their forthcoming visit to Cold Overton, with letters from his sons Thomas and Edward

Letter from Helen Frewen, Cold Overton Hall, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen, The Big Horn Ranch, Powder River, Wyoming  FRE/4172/35  15 Jul 1880

Contents:
Thanking him for the telegram announcing his arrival at New York, news of their journey to Cold Overton and the state of the house and servants, with a note from his son Thomas

Letter from Helen Frewen, Cold Overton, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen thanking him for his first letter from America and with local newsand that most of the old people who she knew in the village are now dead  FRE/4172/36  26 Jul 1880

Letter from Helen Frewen, Cold Overton, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen, Brunswick Hotel, New York with news of his children and the bad behaviour of Thomas  FRE/4172/37  3 Aug [post-marked 4 Aug 1880]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Cold Overton Hall, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen, Brunswick Hotel, New York with local news, with letters from Violet and Thomas concerning their help with the harvest  FRE/4172/38  20 Aug [post-marked 20 Aug 1880]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Cold Overton Hall, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen, The Brunswick Hotel, New York  FRE/4172/39  25 Aug 1880

Administrative history:
Edward's brother Stephen (1857-1933) was married on 14 December 1880 to Emily Augusta Peacock, the second daughter of Warren William Richard Peacocke of Efford Farm, Hampshire.

Contents:
Asking him to return from America via Cold Overton to collect his children and with news that Stephen has arranged to married in December - 'she certainly is a charming girl', with letters from Violet and Thomas concerning their help with the harvest

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/4172/40  16 Jun 1882

Contents:
Complaining that he 'should not have written me such a letter as that received this morning had you been in this house lately & so seen how miserable I have been over the American letters' and that she doesn't 'known what you mean by saying if Dick [Richard Frewen] had been treated better he would have been the best. I have his own writing to say in [18]74 that I had been the best of mothers & friend to him'

Letter from Helen Frewen, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning his rheumatism and the possibility of his returning to Brickwall in July  FRE/4172/41  4 Feb [?1885]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen enclosing a cheque for £50 with details of the economies which she has had to practice to raise this sum  FRE/4172/42  7 May 1885

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning her income from the estate  FRE/4172/43  11 Jun 1885

Letter from Helen Frewen, 4 Alfred Street, Bath, Somerset to Edward Frewen  FRE/4172/44  21 Sep [?1885]

Administrative history:
Anna Louisa Frewen, the daughter of Thomas [IV] Frewen (1811-1870) and his second wife Helen Louisa Homan of County Kildare (1821-1901), was born at Northiam on 29 July 1855 and died on 29 April 1931. She was the author of History of Brickwall (1909).

Contents:
Concerning her income from the estate and that '[Anna] Louisa [Frewen] is engaged to be married to Colonel Thomas of Llanthomas. He is a most excellant man so I ought to be thankful but I am not feeling so at present as he is a stranger still to me...He is 45 and nothing to recommend him as to exterior, being stout & bald & like in a smaller degree C[harles] H[ay] F[rewen]!!...He must inherit from an aunt now nearly 80 a very nice property & place Allensmore Court in Herefordshire, but at present has but very little'

Letter from Helen Frewen, 4 Alfred Street, Bath, Somerset to Edward Frewen concerning the visit of her son Richard and Colonel Thomas - 'I suppose his appearance is the worst but it did give me, tho prepared, a shock'  FRE/4172/45  2 Oct 1885

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning her income from the estate  FRE/4172/46  23 Oct 1885

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning her financial affairs  FRE/4172/47  29 Oct [?1885]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning her financial affairs  FRE/4172/48  17 Dec [?1885]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning problems with income from the estate  FRE/4172/49  22 Dec [?1885]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning her ill-health and the affairs of the estate  FRE/4172/50  25 Nov 1886

Letters; nd [c1854-1870]  FRE/4173  [n.d.]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ore to Edward Frewen concerning his visit on Saturday  FRE/4173/1  9 Nov 1854

Letter from Helen Frewen, Hastings Lodge [?Hastings] to Edward Frewen hoping that her arrived safely back at Brickwall  FRE/4173/2  19 May 1855

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ore to Edward Frewen thanking him for the letter and hoping that he has been well behaved  FRE/4173/3  5 Dec 1855

Letter from Helen Frewen, 7 Marine Square, Brighton to Edward Frewen informing him that they are moving to 5 Belgrave Terrace, Brighton on Monday 20 Nov  FRE/4173/4  14 Nov [1865]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning the parcel which she has sent him  FRE/4173/5  23 May 1860

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ore to Edward Frewen with news of her preparations for Christmas  FRE/4173/6  3 Dec [?1850s]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen hoping that he has been well behaved and 'growing less fond of pleasing your little self and instead being kind & loving & forbearing to your little brothers'  FRE/4173/7  nd [?1850s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen  FRE/4173/8  23 Oct [wmk 1864]

Contents:
Concerning the arrangements for sending his dog by rail and with news of the new floor in the drawing room - 'that very stupid Fullegar has miscalculated the quantity of wood required & instead of having more than is required there is not sufficient'

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning a meeting of the hounds at Beckley  FRE/4173/9  26 Nov [wmk 1859]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward and Richard Frewen  FRE/4173/10  27 Oct [?1850s]

Contents:
Hoping that they are not missing her while they are at Ore and with news that the peacock 'is not very happy poor fellow, he has twice strayed away & been brought home again by children in the village'

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ore to Edward Frewen thanking him for writing a note to Miss Churchill  FRE/4173/11  6 Dec [wmk 1859]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen appologising for not having written and about the improvement in his school work  FRE/4173/12  12 Oct [wmk 1859]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen postponing her visit to see him at school and with news of Mrs Anderson's funeral  FRE/4173/13  20 Jul [?1850s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4173/14  30 Jan [wmk 1857]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen informing him that she has sent 15s of his money to the 'Idiot Asylum' and that 'dear little baby is going to be vaccinated'  FRE/4173/15  26 Nov [?1850s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4173/16  16 May [?1850s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his visit and his brother Dick's [Richard] fall from the hay loft  FRE/4173/17  21 Jun [blank]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ore to Edward Frewen concerning his visit to Brickwall and her trip from Brighton  FRE/4173/18  22 Mar [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ramsgate, Kent to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4173/19  nd [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to Edward Frewen concerning his injured toe and the arrangements for his journy by rail  FRE/4173/20  19 Mar [wmk 1865]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his need to be in quarantine due to [scarlet fever]  FRE/4173/21  28 Mar [blank]

Contents:
This letter can probably be dated to 1866 see FRE/4173 (59)

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his scarlet fever  FRE/4173/22  29 Mar [blank]

Contents:
This letter can probably be dated to 1866 see FRE/4173 (59)

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the arrangements for his journey by rail from Bromley  FRE/4173/23  3 Apr [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the bad weather, the hanging of the bells at the church and that the volunteer review will be at Dover rather than Brighton  FRE/4173/24  19 Mar [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen asking him to forward the letter to Dick [Richard]  FRE/4173/25  nd [?1880s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 23 Marina, St Leonards to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4173/26  1 Apr [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 23 Marina, St Leonards to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4173/27  8 Apr [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning her ill-health and that 'old Playford was found dead in his bed. He had not been ailing more than usual. A great many deaths we have had lately'  FRE/4173/28  25 Mar [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his studies for entrance to university and his intended visit to Paris  FRE/4173/29  24 Jun [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ore to Edward Frewen concerning his studies for entrance to university and his intended visit to Paris  FRE/4173/30  10 Jun [wmk 1866]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ore to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4173/31  29 May [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his 13 ferrets and with general news  FRE/4173/32  21 Jul [wmk 1866]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his activities at school and that his uncle Philip is 'anxious that you should be a child of God & prays constantly for you'  FRE/4173/33  6 Jul 1860

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen thanking him for writing, complementing him on his school report and reporting the heavy fall of snow  FRE/4173/34  13 Feb 1860

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with news of the death of Mrs Anderson  FRE/4173/35  18 Feb 1860

Letter from Helen Frewen, Church House [Bromley, Kent] to Edward Frewen concerning the arrangements for their meeting at Tunbridge Wells  FRE/4173/36  24 Apr 1860

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen scolding him for not having written to her  FRE/4173/37  14 Jun 1860

Letter from Helen Frewen, Church House, Bromley, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning her visit to the Crystal Palace exhibition and asking about his school work  FRE/4173/38  23 Apr 1860

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning his quarantine  FRE/4173/39  nd [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to 'My darling Boys' apologising for not being able to see them  FRE/4173/40  6 Nov 1863

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen asking about his health  FRE/4173/41  nd [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Tunbridge [Wells, Kent] to Edward Frewen wishing him a happy birthday  FRE/4173/42  24 Jul [wmk 1863]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen hoping that he will be happy at school  FRE/4173/43  21 Nov 1859

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the state of the house and their visitors  FRE/4173/44  17 Jun [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the bad weather and its effect on her garden  FRE/4173/45  3 Jun [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to Edward Frewen  FRE/4173/46  10 Jul [blank] [?1870s]

Contents:
Informing him that he can sleep at Lowestoft on Friday and that there was a sale 'in Warrior Square [Hastings] of all Lady Webster's furniture & effects. Pa & I went to look at the things and there was such a lovely set of chessmen all carved in ivory'

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news and asking him to bring her 'a Bradshaw'  FRE/4173/47  nd [wmk 1866]

Fragment of a letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen scolding him concerning his accident  FRE/4173/48  nd [wmk 1862]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 136 Marina [?St Leonards] to Edward Frewen concerning her visit to London and that his friend Mr Sawyer has been made Bishop of Grafton and Armidale, Australia  FRE/4173/49  6 Dec [wmk 186[blank]]

Administrative history:
William Collinson Sawyer (c1832-1868), the first son of George Sawyer of Hedon, Yorkshire, esq, matriculated at Oriel College, Oxford in 1850 where he was awarded a BA in 1854, an MA in 1860 and DD in 1867. He was appointed as Bishop of Grafton and Armidale on 30 January 1867, consecrated on 2 February 1867 and died by drowning on 15 March 1868.

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4173/50  14 Dec [wmk 1866]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ore to Edward Frewen  FRE/4173/51  3 Apr 1858

Contents:
Hoping that he is behaving at school and with news of the poor weather and that his sister Louisa 'was very good this morning, she did not come into my bed till 7. I told her if she came in so rarely as she had been diong I must get Miss Eva to sleep with me. She replied "Oh Miss Eva would disturb you more for she talks in her sleep & then I would have to whip poor Miss Eva"'

Letter from Helen Frewen, Cold Overton, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen sending a photograph of herself for Dick [Richard] and enquiring about his progress at school  FRE/4173/52  20 Jun 1863

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the health of his sister Louisa and the bad weather  FRE/4173/53  4 Nov 1863

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his activities at school and family news  FRE/4173/54  29 Feb 1864

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ramsgate, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning his activities at school and news that his brother Morely [Moreton] cut his foot on a bottle whilst bathing at Brickwall  FRE/4173/55  14 Sep 1865

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning his trip home  FRE/4173/56  14 Dec [blank] [?1860s]

Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen  FRE/4173/57  1 Jun 1868

Contents:
Concerning a misdirected telegram and that there is no chance of his going to Trinity College 'Pa was put out by my saying you wished it more than ever, he says if you don't like St John's you can go to Queens Oxford - but really it is of not much importance which college you belong to as you will have free access to your friends in all the colleges. So I think you will be entered as a Fellow C[ommoner] of St Johns'

Letter from Helen Frewen, Woodlands [Ore] to Edward Frewen informing him that he has just found this letter [FRE/4173 (58)] in her blotting book and asking for measurements for his stocking  FRE/4173/58  nd [1 Jun 1868]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to Edward Frewen concerning his mild attack of scarlet fever  FRE/4173/59  25 Mar 1866

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his illness and the arrangements for his journey to Brickwall  FRE/4173/60  31 May 1866

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ore to Edward Frewen concerning her proposed visit to London  FRE/4173/61  22 Mar [wmk 1867]

Number not used  FRE/4173/62  [n.d.]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen wishing him happy birthday, a chain for his watch and about the hot weather  FRE/4173/63  23 Jul [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ore to Edward Frewen sending him a cheque for £10  FRE/4173/64  3 Jul [blank]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen  FRE/4173/65  10 Jun [blank]

Administrative history:
Sarah Gladwish of Northiam (aged 57) was buried at Northiam on 10 June 1868 (PAR 431/1/5/2)

Contents:
Informing him that she 'did not mean that the Trinity men were faster than any other college. I daresay they are quite the reverse, but I meant the fast university men, the fast set gathered from all the colleges, that are always in the university, but I feel a kind of confidence in you that you will not like that set' and with news of her and her husband's visit to West Sussex (Petworth, Goodwood, Cowdray, Midhurst and Chichester cathedral) and that 'poor Mrs Gladwish died on Sunday & is to be buried today'

Letter from Helen Frewen, 28 New Steine, Brighton to Edward Frewen concerning his joining the Rye Volunteers and the article about Brede church  FRE/4173/66  11 May [wmk 1867]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news and her proposed trip to Brighton  FRE/4173/67  1 May [wmk 1867]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the hot weather, his father's proposed visit to Cambridge and their recent visit to Brede Place  FRE/4173/68  19 May [wmk 1867]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the chain for his watch and the visit by Dick Oswald  FRE/4173/69  28 Jul [blank] [?1870s]

Administrative history:
Richard Alexander Oswald of Auchincruive, Ayreshire (1841-) was the son of George Oswald of Auchincruive, esq (1814-1871) and Helen's sister, Lydia Margaret Homan (-1844). He served as a Lieutenant in the 29th Regiment of Foot and was married on 25 November 1868 to Maud, the daughter of James Smith-Barry, esq of Marbury Hall and Foaty Island, County Cork.

Letter from Helen Frewen, 26 Leamington Road Villas, Westbourne Park, London to Edward Frewen, vicarage, Brenchley, Kent  FRE/4173/70  nd [post-marked 11 Feb 1864]

Contents:
Concerning the measurements for his stockings and that this evening she is going to see the illuminations for the queen's birthday

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the success of his cricket team and that it is Carry Smart's wedding day and 'the bells are now ringing' and Mr Bloxman is also being married today  FRE/4173/71  17 Jun [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Richard Frewen to his brother Edward Frewen with general school news  FRE/4173/72  nd [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the brevity of his letters, his brother Richard's experiences at his new school, the recent death of 'poor Gurr the old clerk' and that today is the wedding of Fanny Woodgate  FRE/4173/73  27 Sep [blank] [1856]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 63 Montague Square, London to Edward Frewen concerning her and her husband's recent visit to Cambridge and St John's College, and Edward's continuing desire to go to Trinity College  FRE/4173/74  25 Oct [?1867]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen chiding him for not having written and with general news  FRE/4173/75  20 Nov 1867

Letter from Helen Frewen, Cold Overton Hall, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen informing him that they are leaving tomorrow for Cambridge then to London and Bournmouth  FRE/4173/76  22 Oct [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his hard work at studying and their journey from London to Bournmouth  FRE/4173/77  1 Nov [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Thompsons Hotel [Cavendish Square, London] to Edward Frewen wishing him happy birthday and concerning his proposed visit to Paris  FRE/4173/78  24 Jul 1867

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ventnor, Isle of Wight to Edward Frewen concerning their journey from Brickwall  FRE/4173/79  3 Oct 1867

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ansty Pastures, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen concerning their journey from Brickwall via Oxford and Leamington Spa and informing him that their next destination is Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland  FRE/4173/80  11 Oct 1866

Administrative history:
The incumbent of Ansty Pastures was the Rev Robert Martin (1809-1871), who's first wife was Selina Frewen (1809-1852), the sister of Thomas [IV] Frewen..

Letter from Helen Frewen. Windermere, Westmorland to Edward Frewen concerning the landscape  FRE/4173/81  17 Oct 1866

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning their journey back from Reading and that his ferrets and heron are flourishing  FRE/4173/82  29 Oct [?1866]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his quarantine at Ore [for scarlet fever]  FRE/4173/83  5 Apr [blank]

Contents:
This letter can probably be dated to 1866 see FRE/4173 (59)

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen  FRE/4173/84  21 May [blank] [?1860s]

Contents:
Informing him that 'poor little Stevie [Stephen Frewen] took to fretting so badly at Brenchley and wrote me such a pitiable letter begging I should led him come home. He was ill and depressed poor boy. I am afraid some times he is too delicate to stay at school and if it were not for Mrs Storr I should not attempt it but she is so kind...[she] told him if he was not happy in a fortnight he should go home'

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the engagement of Carry Smart to Charles Selmes and his father's ill-health  FRE/4173/85  24 Sep [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 136 Marina, St Leonards to Edward Frewen concerning last nights lecture on John Bunyan and his school work  FRE/4173/86  30 Nov [wmk 1866]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning her cough and the cold weather  FRE/4173/87  4 Mar 1867

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen informing him that the 'house has been all fresh papered & painted' and that 'Bennett the school master is leaving. He & his wife have got the itch'  FRE/4173/88  14 May 1867

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his brother Stephen and that Mr Pomfret is dead or dying - 'gout has attacked the heart'  FRE/4173/89  5 May 1867

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen chiding him for not having written to her since he arrived at Westhall, Suffolk and concerning her cough and that she hopes that the reports of his having two dogs with him are not true  FRE/4173/90  25 Feb 1867

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen informing him that uncle Charles [Hay Frewen] is to leave Coghurst [Westfield] and that Mr Brisco will rent it out, news of Stephen's progress at school  FRE/4173/91  11 Mar 1867

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen informing him that the dinner is to be at the Cinque Ports Inn, Rye tomorrow  FRE/4173/92  20 Jul [wmk 1867]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen thanking him for writing to his brother Stephen 'it was very kind of you printing it but he can read writing quite well now & was a little piqued at your considering him so much of a baby'  FRE/4173/93  22 Feb 1864

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen withnews of the death of 'little Ellen Daws...from brain fever', endorsed with note of Edward's school marks  FRE/4173/94  26 Jul 1864

Letter from Helen Frewen, 8 Pelham Crescent [Hastings] to Edward Frewen  FRE/4173/95  11 Feb 1864

Contents:
Concerning the arrival of the Prince and Princess of Wales and that the 'Artillery band has just gone by they are going up to St Leonards to serenade the Princess & all the Fire Brigade with links & torches'

Letter from Helen Frewen, 136 Marina, St Leonards to Edward Frewen apologising for not having written to him, that they have all been ill and that the lifeboat was launched from opposite their windows  FRE/4173/96  19 Nov 1866

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen  FRE/4173/97  7 Mar [wmk 1868]

Contents:
Informing him that Mrs Storr [of Brenchley] 'has had a week of great worry. You will see in the papers an account of their late groom who turned out to be a girl & had been collecting for the Church Missionary & decamped with the money. Then they hired another groom & he died before the had expired'

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the visit by the agent of their Irish estate  FRE/4173/98  27 Nov 1867

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen thanking him for his letters and hoping that his school work is satisfactory  FRE/4173/99  7 May 1860

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ore to Edward Frewen about his boots for shooting  FRE/4173/100  9 Oct [wmk 1864]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen apologising for not having written and concerning Mr Lord's return to England from his visit to Russia  FRE/4173/101  4 Nov 1865

Note from Helen Frewen concerning an attempt to get a lunatic into an asylum  FRE/4173/102  nd [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning their new butler Mitchell and with family news  FRE/4173/103  7 Oct [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning a wedding present for Jack and Lucy  FRE/4173/104  8 Nov 1867

Letter from Helen Frewen, 136 Marina, St Leonards to Edward Frewen concerning the need to find a new butler and the return of Collins from Coghurst [Westfield] - 'he got on there quite respectively I am glad to say'  FRE/4173/105  13 Nov 1866

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his need for another jacket, his father's ill-health and that 'Collins is going a coachman for a couple of weeks to Coghurst [Westfield]. I hope he will keep steady'  FRE/4173/106  2 Oct [1866]

Contents:
Coghurst in Westfield was rented by Charles Hay Frewen from about January 1865 (FRE/2972) until March 1867 (FRE/4173 (91)).

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his father's ill-health and employng a servant called Marshall  FRE/4173/107  19 Sep [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to Edward Frewen enquiring about his school work at Westhall and that the 'boys are going to fish at Blackwall [Wittersham, Kent] on Tuesday'  FRE/4173/108  8 Sep 1865

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ore to Edward Frewen concerning his activities at Westhall  FRE/4173/109  30 Sep 1865

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the injury to ?Moreton's foot while bathing at Blackwall  FRE/4173/110  20 Sep [?1865]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 5 Belgrave Terrace, Brighton to Edward Frewen concerning permission for him to shoot on Lady Stradbrook's estate and arrangements for his return to Brickwall  FRE/4173/111  12 Oct [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 5 Belgrave Terrace [Brighton] to Edward Frewen concerning his cotton socks, her ill-health and Dick's [his brother Richard] disgrace in having been found fighting behind a hay stack at Brenchley  FRE/4173/112  7 Oct [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 5 Belgrave Terrace, Brighton to Edward Frewen concerning her ill-health and the arrangements for his return to Brickwall  FRE/4173/113  1 Oct [wmk 1865]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with family news and that 'old Mrs Smart died last Wednesday - the Doctor [Smart] has not gone, but sent his wife to Cranborne'  FRE/4173/114  14 Sep [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Cold Overton Hall [Leicestershire] to Edward Frewen  FRE/4173/115  12 Oct 1867

Administrative history:
John Frewen (1837-1902), the son of Thomas [IV] Frewen (1811-1870) and Anne Carus-Wilson (1803-1844), was born on 20 March 1837 at Northiam. He was educated at Rugby (1851) and Eton (1856), and was admitted as a fellow-commoner at St John's College, Cambridge on 3 July 1854, matriculating at Michaelmas 1854. In October 1855 he sailed to Balaclava in the Crimea, via Gibralter, in an iron screw powered steamer called the Scamander which was carrying supplies to the army from Deptford (FRE/3530-3536, 3547). On 10 October 1867 at St Clement Danes, Middlesex he was married to Lucy Looker (FRE/4173 (115)). The 1881 census returns lists him and his wife Lucy Billingsley (born about 1841 at Oxford) at 6 Milverton Terrace, Milverton, Warwickshire (RG 11/3094 fo 129 page 47). He died at his house called Sussex Lodge in Milverton Terrace on 20 November 1902 and was buried at the nearby Milverton Cemetery, Leamington on 25 November 1902 when the chief mourners were his sisters Selina Powell and Eleanor Carter (Sussex Express 29 November 1902). His will was proved by his widow on 7 January 1903 when the estate was valued at £322,925 2s 11d, re-sworn in August 1903 at £23,011 7s 3d.

Contents:
Concerning a request by a lady to him to solicit a place at Christ's Hospital - 'I wonder if the lady who wrote you the enclosed knew what she was asking for. It is absurd of strangers making such requests' - and news that Jack was married to Lucy Looker on 10 Oct

Letter from Helen Frewn, The Lord Warden Hotel, Dover [Kent] to Edward Frewen concerning her intention to visit Walmer  FRE/4173/116  17 May [wmk 1865]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 126 King's Road, Brighton to Edward Frewen concerning her visit to the Royal Pavilion  FRE/4173/117  nd [c Jul 1868]


Related information: For a copy of letter from Thomas Frewen at 126 King's Road, Brighton, 28 July 1868 see FRE/4165

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning the arrangements for his return  FRE/4173/118  3 Apr [wmk 1867]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 44 Western Road, Hove to Edward Frewen explaining why it has taken so long to receive his letters and that Louisa is ill with measles  FRE/4173/119  28 Mar [blank]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Cold Overton Hall [Leicestershire] to Edward Frewen asking him to choose a book for his birthday  FRE/4173/120  21 Jul [wmk 1863]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the extraction of one of Stephen's teeth  FRE/4173/121  26 Nov [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen thanking him for his letter and asking about his school work  FRE/4173/122  17 Oct [wmk 1863]

Letter from Helen Frewen, St Helena Cottage, Tunbridge Wells [Kent] to Edward Frewen enquiring why he he has not written to her and concerning Louisa's trip to Ireland  FRE/4173/123  17 Jul [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen informing him that Collins will collect him and then take him, Susan and Dick [Richard] to Hastings to spend their money  FRE/4173/124  nd [?1857]

Contents:
Annotated 1857

Letter from Helen Frewen, St Helena Cottage, Tunbridge Wells [Kent] to Edward Frewen concerning her cancelled trip to Ireland  FRE/4173/125  3 Jul [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen asking him to take great care of her photograph album  FRE/4173/126  nd [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen congratulating him on his good behaviour at school  FRE/4173/127  20 Nov [wmk 1858]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen congratulating him on his good behaviour at school and informing him that 'Uncle George Oswald has lost his young wife. She died last Wednesday. He is in such grief'  FRE/4173/128  12 Mar 1860

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning arrangements for his return from school and asking him to 'bring home a good character for conduct & industry'  FRE/4173/129  3 Apr [blank] [?1860s]

Incomplete letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen asking him to be more diligent about his lessons 'as it is very sad to find you so often sent up to your room on half holidays'  FRE/4173/130  31 May [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 5 Croft [Hastings] to Edward Frewen sending him various items of clothing  FRE/4173/131  25 Jan [blank]

Contents:
This letter can probably be dated to 1856 see FRE/3561

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his school activities  FRE/4173/132  21 May [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen  FRE/4173/133  6 Jul [blank] [?1860s]

Contents:
Concerning the arrangements for his return from school, asking to be photographed in London in his tail coat, white choker, black trousers and waistcoat and that Jack [John Frewen] went to Italy via France and not by sea

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning the Charles Hay Frewen's case against the Bishop about the chancel of Icklesham church  FRE/4173/134  nd [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Burlington House, Walmer [Kent] to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4173/135  23 Jun [wmk 1863]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Burlington House, Walmer, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning his singing in a concert  FRE/4173/136  nd [wmk 1863]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news and concerning Jack's [John Frewen] departure for Liverpool from where he will sail for Gibraltar and Genoa  FRE/4173/137  2 Jul [wmk 1863]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen  FRE/4173/138  1 Mar [blank] [?1860s]

Contents:
Concerning the hen house, that 'Hillie Lord seems to have gone to the bad & is obliged to leave the country, he got amongst a bad set of men & has got into such debt that all his prospects are ruined. All began by his being vain & fond of display in his dress...poor Mrs Lord..is almost heart broken...no doubt she would rather have followed him to the grave with a sure hope of his safty rather than meet her present sad trial'

Letter from Helen Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to Edward Frewen concerning work for his university entrance examination  FRE/4173/139  13 Mar [wmk 1867]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with family news  FRE/4173/140  16 Mar [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to Edward Frewen concerning the arrangements for his return from school with a copy of the timetable for trains from London to Maidstone and Bickley  FRE/4173/141  22 Mar [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Burlington House, Walmer, Kent to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4173/142  7 Jun [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Burlington House, Walmer, Kent to Edward Frewen asking why he has not written and that they arrived yesterday - 'we have the sea in front and the barracks behind us'  FRE/4173/143  31 May [wmk 1865]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Burlington House [Walmer, Kent] to Edward Frewen concerning his father's refusal to let him sing in a concert - 'who selected the songs they are I think some of them very objectionable'  FRE/4173/144  15 Jun [wmk 1865]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Burlington House, Walmer, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning the concert  FRE/4173/145  15 Jun [wmk 1863]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning his good behaviour  FRE/4173/146  nd [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ore to Edward Frewen with family news  FRE/4173/147  nd [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, to Edward Frewen concerning Dick's [Richard] visit to Lady Elphinstone's farm yard where he saw 'some turkey cocks and ducks'  FRE/4173/148  29 Nov [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to 'Master Edward Frewen', Woodlands [Ore] scolding him for not having written  FRE/4173/149  5 May [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Woodlands [Ore] to Edward Frewen concerning his behaviour  FRE/4173/150  11 Aug [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward frewen concerning her purchase of a pigeon house  FRE/4173/151  nd [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the proposed visit of his cousin John Rothwell  FRE/4173/152  26 Mar [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen promising that she will see him soon  FRE/4173/153  nd [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to 'Master Edward Frewen', Brickwall concerning a visit to Rye with his father  FRE/4173/154  nd [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen, Brickwall with general news  FRE/4173/155  nd [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to Edward Frewen 'I hope you are trying to be a good boy & that you strive against your naughtiness praying God to make you a good boy'  FRE/4173/156  5 Aug [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning his behaviour and his brother Stephen's visit to Hastings  FRE/4173/157  24 May [blank] [?1860s]

Letter from Moreton and Dick [Richard] Frewen [written by Helen Frewen] to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4173/158  nd [?1860s]

Letters; nd [c1870-1885, 1900]  FRE/4174  [n.d.]

Letter from Helen Frewen To Edward Frewen concerning his commission and the candidate for the post of groom  FRE/4174/1  nd [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen  FRE/4174/2  28 May [blank] [?1870s]

Contents:
Concerning their finances - 'things look more black than Mr James [the family lawyer] lead us to expect & requires great self-denial upon your part and I am afraid that your life at college does not help in that direction so I am glad you are leaving'

Letter from Helen Frewen, 22 Marina [St Leonards] to Edward Frewen informing him of the death of 'poor Mrs Bishopp' and that it was caused or hastened by 'Tom's conduct that he lost £2,000 at Cambridge gambling'  FRE/4174/3  13 Mar [wmk 1870]

Contents:
This letter must be dated to 1871 (FRE/4171 (76))

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen asking him to get re-vaccinated before going to London 'no one is safe unless they do'  FRE/4174/4  nd [?1870s]

Fragment of a letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning his horse  FRE/4174/5  nd [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning Cambridge winning the boat race  FRE/4174/6  3 Apr [wmk 1870]

Brief note from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen congratulating him on getting out of bed  FRE/4174/7  nd [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning life at university  FRE/4174/8  19 May [?1871]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his lost coat  FRE/4174/9  22 Apr [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his proposed trip by train and with family news  FRE/4174/10  6 Jun [wmk 1869]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 22 Marina, St Leonards to Edward Frewen with family news  FRE/4174/11  13 Mar [wmk 1869]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning her trip to London and with family news  FRE/4174/12  30 Mar [wmk 1869]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the arrival of his horse felling of trees in the park  FRE/4174/13  30 Mar [wmk 1870]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen asking him to write to her and concerning the visit of Willie Le Fanu  FRE/4174/14  nd [wmk 1871]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Hastings to Edward Frewen concerning his illness  FRE/4174/15  nd [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen sending him £5  FRE/4174/16  nd [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, St Helen's Lodge [Ore] to Edward Frewen concerning the visit of a friend and the stabling of her horses  FRE/4174/17  nd [wmk 1871]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 8 The Hill, Monkstown, County Dublin to Edward Frewen concerning the people who she has seen  FRE/4174/18  21 Aug [blank]

Contents:
This letter can probably be dated to 1872 see FRE/4171 (89)

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen about obtaining a ticket for his railway journey  FRE/4174/19  nd [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning general matters  FRE/4174/20  nd [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning taking a friend to catch the train at Rye  FRE/4174/21  nd [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning Arthur's ability to manage the horses  FRE/4174/22  nd [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 8 The Hill [Monkstown, County Dublin] to Edward Frewen concerning her thought to send Dick [Richard] on a fortnight's holiday to Liverpool with his sisters  FRE/4174/23  6 Sep [blank]

Contents:
This letter can probably be dated to 1872 see FRE/4171 (89)

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his success in a mile race and with social news  FRE/4174/24  7 Jul [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning concerning building works  FRE/4174/25  21 Jun [wmk 1870]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning building works  FRE/4174/26  11 Jun [wmk 1870]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning building works and her intended trip to Ireland  FRE/4174/27  12 Jun 1872

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ore to Edward Frewen concerning his marriage in London and the forage bill for the estate  FRE/4174/28  2 May [wmk 1867]

Administrative history:
Edward was married in 1873 to Anne Mary Byng, the daughter of Captain Henry Byng, RN, of Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex.

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his health  FRE/4174/29  3 May [wmk 1871]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning his brother Stephen  FRE/4174/30  nd [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen with news of the birth of Eleanor's daughter  FRE/4174/31  nd [c1873]

Administrative history:
Alice the daughter of Eleanor Carter (née Frewen) was born at Cowfold in about 1873

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen asking him to bring some documents, including the pedigree, with him and that Milham died today  FRE/4174/32  nd [Apr 1870]

Administrative history:
James Milham of Northiam (aged 43) was buried at Northiam on 3 April 1870 (PAR 431/1/5/2)

Letter from Helen Frewen, 19 Kildare Terrace, W[estbourne] Park, [Middlesex] to Edward Frewen concerning her search for a cook and what he intends to do with the advowson of Hinckley  FRE/4174/33  10 Nov [wmk 186-]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen enclosing the letters which have arrived for him  FRE/4174/34  nd [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning her fear of his steeplechasing, activities  FRE/4174/35  nd [wmk 1871]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Woodcroft, Bournmouth, Hampshire to Edward Frewen asking him to send his reading stand  FRE/4174/36  27 Nov [wmk 1871]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Woodcroft [Bournmouth, Hampshire] to Edward Frewen concerning his disagreement with his uncle, the proposed felling of an elm tree at Cold Overton and Miss Oswald's attempts to find a reading stand  FRE/4174/37  23 Nov [?1871]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen asking him to bring a copy of Bradshaw with him  FRE/4174/38  nd [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen informing him that she has had Mr Lord and Mr Ayerst to dinner 'which under the circumstances was unfortunate'  FRE/4174/39  14 Dec [?1871]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning damage to an ash tree  FRE/4174/40  nd [c1871]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen asking to let her know when he is going to arrive  FRE/4174/41  nd [c1871]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen asking him to send the house linen by train, informing him that his dog has arrived and that he barks at night  FRE/4174/42  10 Jun [c1871]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Cowfold Lodge [Cowfold] to Edward Frewen informing him that she is setting out for Hastings  FRE/4174/43  nd [wmk 1871]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning his horse's accident  FRE/4174/44  30 Apr [c1871]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen oncerning a proposed meeting  FRE/4174/45  nd [wmk 1865]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4174/46  nd [wmk 186-]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4174/47  nd [wmk 1871]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning the arrival of Louisa  FRE/4174/48  nd [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Keswick Hotel, Keswick, Cumberland to Edward Frewen concerning the heat and dirt of their journey, and her intention of going boating tomorrow  FRE/4174/49  11 Aug [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen concerning their railway journey to Robertsbridge  FRE/4174/50  29 Jun [wmk 1867]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 15 New Steine, Brighton to Edward Frewen enquiring whether he is yet in his rooms at Cambridge and concerning his father's illness  FRE/4174/51  21 Oct [1868]

Incomplete letter from Helen Frewen, 28 Marina, St Leonards to Edward Frewen  FRE/4174/52  30 Nov [1868]

Contents:
Concerning the Liberal's success in capturing one of the two seats [for the eastern division of Sussex] at the recent election, that his uncle [Charles Hay Frewen] 'made a sad mess of his election. He might have been returned had he not written that foolish letter' and that Dick Oswald has 'lost two friends in a fearful manner lately. One a first cousin of the Johnsons a very mild young man was out shooting he gave his gun to a loader who was a very careful man. The 2nd...'

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen  FRE/4174/53  23 Nov 1868

Contents:
Thanking him for having written so speedily to his father, that they are anxiously awaiting the result of tomorrows polling before traveling to St Leonards and commenting that his uncle [Charles Hay Frewen] 'has made a mess of North Leicestershire. He's so mortifying & his bad spelling. Everyone laughing at him'

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen asking him to return home and that 'Pa is so disgusted with everything that he has given up the meeting'  FRE/4174/54  nd [pre-14 Oct 1870]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 28 Marina to Edward Frewen chiding him for not having written to her  FRE/4174/55  8 Dec [1868]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 15 New Steine, Brighton to Edward Frewen concerning his rooms at Cambridge, that his father has gone to Rye for a meeting about canvassing their electoral division and that she has been ill  FRE/4174/56  24 Oct [1868]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 15 New Steine, Brighton to Edward Frewen  FRE/4174/57  17 Oct [1868]

Contents:
Concerning his rooms at Cambridge, encouraging him to call upon Kirkpatrick of Trinity College and 'tell him you are a cousin of his' and that his brother Jack [John] has a very nice small house at Ryde

Letter from Helen Frewen, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen informing him that they will be returning to Brickwall very soon and that his father has been ill  FRE/4174/58  26 Aug [1870]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning his travel arrangements  FRE/4174/59  nd [wmk 1868]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ore to Edward Frewen, Brickwall concerning pigeon-shooting  FRE/4174/60  14 Jan [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning repairs to Brede Place  FRE/4174/61  7 May [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the heat  FRE/4174/62  27 Jun [wmk 1867]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with family news  FRE/4174/63  14 Jul [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4174/64  23 Sep [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 55 Marina, St Leonards to Edward Frewen concerning the poor dinner which had been provided and the death of her cousin Mrs Hill  FRE/4174/65  15 Feb [1869]


Related information: For further letters written from 55 Marina on 16, 17 and 22 February 1869 see FRE/3956-3957, 4171 (40)

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with family news  FRE/4174/66  1 Feb [wmk 1867]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen enquiring about his health and with general news  FRE/4174/67  3 Aug [1870]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4174/68  22 Aug [1870]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Cold Overton, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen concerning his father's ill-health  FRE/4174/69  8 Aug [?1870]

Letter from Helen Frewen 9 Robertson Terrace, Hastings to Edward Frewen concerning his life at Cambridge and that 'Isabella Smart & Mr Richardson were married at last on the 30th and now I hear Charlotte is engaged to a Russian officer'  FRE/4174/70  6 Dec [wmk 1867]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the new road across the park and with family news  FRE/4174/71  9 Feb [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Dick [Richard] Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen  FRE/4174/72  12 Feb [1869]

Administrative history:
George Smith of Northiam, groom and Kitty Sevenoaks of the same place, spinster were married at Northiam on 16 February 1869 (PAR 431/1/3/2)

Contents:
Concerning some comic songs, that they will be going to 55 Marina, St Leonards tomorrow and that the Curteis's groom has been engaged in place of George who will be married on next Tuesday

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning their return from Cold Overton  FRE/4174/73  nd [pre-1871]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to Edward Frewen chiding him for asking for more money  FRE/4174/74  13 Mar [wmk 1867]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Stapleton Terrace, Dundalk, Ireland to Edward Frewen with news of her visit  FRE/4174/75  19 Sep [post-1873]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Belmont, Armagh, Ireland to Edward Frewen concerning his wife Nannie [Anne] and that she leaves for Dundalk on 12 September  FRE/4174/76  30 Aug [post-1873]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen chiding him for not having written and telling him to write immediately to his father at Thompsons Hotel, Cavendish Square, London to inform him when he proposes to leave Cambridge  FRE/4174/77  nd [wmk 1867]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brighton to Edward Frewen concerning his sister Louisa's ill-health  FRE/4174/78  27 May [wmk 1867]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ore to Edward Frewen with family news  FRE/4174/79  21 May [wmk 1867]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen asking him when he will return  FRE/4174/80  24 May [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 81 Marine Parade, Brighton to Moreton Frewen concerning his father's ill-health  FRE/4174/81  5 Nov [wmk 1867]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to Edward Frewen concerning his cough, the cost of putting the coat of arms of the college on his note-paper and that his father 'is still far from being strong in his head'  FRE/4174/82  30 Nov [wmk 1867]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the death of 14 of his chickens  FRE/4174/83  8 Jun [wmk 1867]

Letter from Helen Frewen to [Edward Frewen] concerning the postponed visit by his Uncle Brin [Brinsley Sheridan Homan]  FRE/4174/84  nd [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ore to Edward Frewen chiding him for his bad behaviour and concerning his order of claret and that 'poor Sam Collins has had a slight stroke'  FRE/4174/85  13 May [wmk 1868]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to Edward Frewen chiding him for not having written and news of the death of one of Mr Perigoe's children 'a little boy 8 years old. They say the water there is poisonous the little boy was only 24 [hours] ill & insensible all the time'  FRE/4174/86  1 May [1869]

Administrative history:
William Perigoe (aged 6) was buried at Northiam on 29 April 1869 (PAR 431/1/5/2).

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen sending him a prayer book  FRE/4174/87  20 Apr [wmk 1867]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 40 Marine Parade, Brighton to Edward Frewen concerning his visit to Brickwall with two friends  FRE/4174/88  31 May [1870]

Contents:
This letter must be dated to 1870 (FRE/4171 (59)).

Letter from Helen Frewen, Woodlands, Ore to Edward Frewen chiding him for not having written for a fortnight  FRE/4174/89  15 Mar [wmk 1868]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the Boat Race  FRE/4174/90  6 Apr [wmk 1869]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Woodlands, [Ore] to Edward Frewen informing him that [his half-brother] Jack [John] has been ill with scarlet fever  FRE/4174/91  19 Nov [c1867]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Ore to Edward Frewen  FRE/4174/92  24 Nov [wmk 1867]

Contents:
Concerning his father's ill health - 'I don't know when he will be able to attend to business, he has never opened a letter yet & there are between 70 & 80' - and that Jack [John] has been ill with scarlet fever

Letter from Helen Frewen, 81 Marine Parade, Brighton to Edward Frewen concerning his father's ill health  FRE/4174/93  27 Oct [c1867]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Oore to Edward Frewen concerning his forthcoming exams  FRE/4174/94  22 Mar [wmk 1868]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning Dick's [Richard] ill-health  FRE/4174/95  4 Apr [c1877-1880]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning Dick's [Richard] ill-health and that Louisa is going to Genoa  FRE/4174/96  8 Apr [c1877-1880]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning Dick's [Richard] intention of leaving Florence for Genoa and his ill-health  FRE/4174/97  25 Mar [c1877-1880]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning estate matters  FRE/4174/98  17 Apr [c1877-1880]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Cold Overton, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen  FRE/4174/99  21 Sep [1880]

Administrative history:
Edward Gladwish of Norhiam (aged 69) was buried at Northiam on 6 September 1880 (PAR 431/1/5/2).

Contents:
'Passenger by steamer Bothni from New York' and his wife Nan [Anne] concerning the health of their children, asking for news of Moreton and Richard on their ranch, news of the death of 'poor Gladwish of Northiam...after 3 day's illness of English cholera of which tere was a good deal about there & in Hastings' and that Ste [Stephen] is at Woolwich, also with letters from their children Eddie [Edward], Violet Helen and Thomas

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen, Brickwall concerning a donation to the Church Missionary Society  FRE/4174/100  6 Dec [1877]


Related information: For a letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen, Brickwall concerning the recent collection for the Church Missionary Society, 30 November [post-marked 1877] see FRE/4172 (23).

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning Ste [Stephen] leaving Cambridge for a term and about his wife Nan [Anne]  FRE/4174/101  nd [post-26 Jun 1873]

Administrative history:
On 26 June 1873 he married Anne Mary Byng.

Letter from 'Your affectionate Aunt' to Edward Frewen  FRE/4174/102  nd [post-26 Jun 1873]

Contents:
Informing him that 'Mater has quite broken down after writing to you' and that 'till this horrid county court trial is over she will not be better. It has got rather on her brain. The first time she has ever had to do with a county court' and asking about Nan [Anne]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning scarlet fever in the Aylward household, the court case at Manchester and her ill-health  FRE/4174/103  14 May [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen  FRE/4174/104  nd [?1870s]

Contents:
Concerning Dick's [Richard] observations on making economies - 'In your dear father's lifetime I always practiced it as it pleased him & he was always telling me it was neccessary to save for posterity. Since my widowhood I have done it tho not to the same degree to give to others as I felt I had so many who needed' - and that he 'was in a very bad temper & wrote to appologise...it really is the most cruel thing anyone has ever done to me'

Letter from Helen Frewen, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning the bad behaviour of Mr Storr's son and with family news  FRE/4174/105  22 Apr [blank] [?1870s]

Contents:
Edward and his brothers, Moreton and Richard, all attended Mr Storr's school at Brenchley in Kent.

Letter from Helen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen with family news  FRE/4174/106  30 Apr [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen  FRE/4174/107  6 May [blank] [?1870s]

Contents:
Complaining about Dick's letter - 'it is just the kind of letter he wrote to me when we decided to remove his poor uncle from Dumfries' - and about estate finances, with letter from Dick [Richard Alexander] Oswald, Auchincruive, Ayr to Edward Frewen informing him that he has washed his hands entirely of 'Uncle Brin [Brinsley Sheridan Homan] and his affairs', 3 May [blank]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning estate finances  FRE/4174/108  4 Apr [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning estate finances and that Pickwall is still unlet  FRE/4174/109  15 May [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Tunbridge Wells to Edward Frewen  FRE/4174/110  4 Mar [blank] [?1870s]

Contents:
Concerning estate finances and that 'poor Brin [Brinsley Sheridan Homan]...has been up to London & had a consultation with the D[octor]s one being Dr Savage of Bedlam & they say he should for 3 months have a Dr to go about with him'

Letter from Helen Frewen, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning estate finances  FRE/4174/111  11 May [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Poole House, Groby, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen concerning the 'awful news of poor Mr Gilly Leigh' and informing him that she is about to depart for Dublin  FRE/4174/112  25 Sep [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Genoa to Edward Frewen informing him that they are leaving for Chamonix tomorrow  FRE/4174/113  2 Aug [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Nan [Anne Mary Frewen]  FRE/4174/114  6 Aug [blank]

Administrative history:
Thomas [V] Frewen of Brickwall (1874-1938), the eldest son of Colonel Edward Frewen (1850-1919) and Anne Mary Byng ( -1922), was born on Saturday 11 April 1874 at 51 Eversfield Place, Hastings (FRE/4172 (3)).

Contents:
Enclosing letters from Nan Frewen, 51 Eversfield Place [Hastings] to Helen Frewen describing her son, nd [?Apr 1874], and Edward Frewen, Westhall, Wangford [Suffolk] to Helen Frewen concerning his school activities, 12 Jul [c1866]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning an outbreak of cholera, alterations to Brickwall  FRE/4174/115  4 Jul [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, 4 Glenfinlas Street, Edinburgh to Edward Frewen concerning informing that the lodgings are noisy and about building works at The Wilderness in Ore  FRE/4174/116  18 Jul [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen with family news  FRE/4174/117  nd [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen with family news  FRE/4174/118  16 Apr [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen about Louisa giving up Mr C  FRE/4174/119  3 Aug [blank] [?1870s]

Letter from Helen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning a proposed limit to the reduction of her jointure  FRE/4174/120  31 May [blank] [?1870s]

Letters from his brothers Moreton and Richard Frewen  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Moreton Frewen of Brede Place (1853-1924), the son of Thomas [IV] Frewen (1811-1870) and his second wife Helen Louisa Homan of County Kildare (1821-1901), was born at Northiam on 8 May 1853. He attended Mr Storr's school at Brenchley, Kent, c1862-1866 and schools at Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, c1867, at Shere, Surrey, c1868 and Stratford Abbey near Stroud, Gloucestershire, c1868-1870. During 1871 Moreton attended a school at Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire before he was admitted as a pensioner to Trinity College, Cambridge on 19 February 1872 where he matricultated on Michaelmas 1872; he was awarded a BA in 1877 and was admitted to the Inner Temple on 6 May 1873. From 1879 to 1882 Moreton and his brother Richard ran a ranch together at Powder River, Wyoming, which by November 1879 consisted of 'horses, a house with furniture worth about £1,200, two outside ranches, 3 sets of stables, coralls, chicken house, ice house, a store with about £1,000 worth of goods, telegraph office & post office, blacksmith's & carpenter's shops, besides a small ox train, 4 mule or horse wagons, ploughs, hay cutter, rakes'. However, after various financial and personal difficulties Moreton, in about January 1883, helped to found the Powder River Cattle Company. The Company operated ranges at Powder River, South Fork, Hanging Woman and Tongue River, it leased land in Alberta, Canada and also established a fattening station at Superior, Wisconsin for the shipping of cattle to Buffalo and thence to New York. The Company encountered many problems including the denudation of the ranges in Wyoming, the moving of the cattle to Alberta and the disputes concerning the Company's management and finances. There was also a feud between Richard and Moreton with Horace Plunkett the Company's manager in America. Moreton appears to have given up his direct involvement with the company after these disputes came to a head in 1886. He later lived at Brede Place and at Inishannon, County Cork and he served as JP for County Cork and Galway and as MP for north east Cork, 1910-1911. Moreton was Vice President of the Imperial Federation League and a writer on economic problems, tariffs and exchanges; examples of his works include The Ecomomic Crisis, Melton Mowbray and other memories. In 1881 he married Clara Jerome (1851-1935), the daughter of Leonard Jerome of New York and sister of Jennie who married Lord Randolph Churchill, the father of Winston Churchill. She was buried at Northiam on 23 January 1935 (ACC 2236/23) and he died on 2 September 1924; they had three children, Hugh Moreton Frewen, Lieutenant Commander Oswald Frewen and the sculptress, author and traveller Clare Sheridan. His papers are now held by the American Heritage Centre of the University of Wyoming.
Richard Frewen of Inishannon, County Cork (1852-1896), the son of Thomas [IV] Frewen (1811-1870) and his second wife Helen Louisa Homan of County Kildare (1821-1901), was born at Cold Overton on 25 February 1852 and named after 'old John F's father [Richard Frewen (d 1584)]' (FRE/3338). He attended Mr Storr's school at Brenchley, Kent, c1861-1865, and schools at Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, c1866-1867, at Shere, Surrey, c1868 and Stratford Abbey near Stroud, Gloucestershire, c1868-1870. During 1871 Richard attended a school at Parsons Green, Fulham before he accepted a commission in the militia stationed at
Dover Castle; having resigned his commission in October 1873 he visited Africa in1876 and 1878. From 1879 to 1882 Richard and his brother Moreton ran a ranch together at Powder River, Wyoming. However, after various financial and personal difficulties Richard, in about January 1883, helped to found the Dakota Stock and Grazing Company Limited for whom he acted as their manager. He was also involved in a feud between himself and Moreton with Horace Plunkett the Powder River Cattle Company's manager in America. Richard appears to have given up his involvement with the company after these disputes came to a head in 1886. Richard married Katherine Maria Wollaston, widow (née Affleck). He was killed when he was washed from the deck of his yacht Florinda off Milford Haven on 17 August 1896.

Letters from Moreton and Richard Frewen  FRE/4175  1868-1878

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen about his cricketing exploits against a neighbouring school  FRE/4175/1  Jun 1868

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Lawbrooks, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen about life at school  FRE/4175/2  20 Mar 1868

Letter from Moreton Frewen, The Mount, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen about shooting game  FRE/4175/3  7 Dec 1868

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen about shooting game  FRE/4175/4  6 Oct 1869

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Stroud, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen with family news and about his visit to see Bosco the conjourer at the circus  FRE/4175/5  Nov 1869

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen about school matters  FRE/4175/6  27 May 1870

Letter from Richard Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen about visiting him at Cambridge  FRE/4175/7  4 May 1870

Letter from Richard Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Stroud, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen about his trip to the school and sporting events  FRE/4175/8  15 May 1870

Letter from Richard Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Stroud, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen  FRE/4175/9  4 Nov 1870

Contents:
About school life, 4 Jun 1870, with a letter from Richard Frewen, Stroud enclosing a letter from 'Aunty', 81 Marine Parade, Brighton to Richard Frewen with details about their father's poor health

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Stroud, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen about sporting events  FRE/4175/10  3 Jul 1870

Letter from Richard Frewen, Rectory House, Parsons Green, Fulham, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about his hard work at school and visits to London  FRE/4175/11  8 Feb 1871

Letter from Moreton Frewen, vicarage, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/12  14 Feb [?1871]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Helen Louisa Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/13  4 Mar [?1871]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/14  19 Mar 1871

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Edward Frewen about shooting rooks and general news  FRE/4175/15  16 May [?1871]

Letter from Richard Frewen, The Castle, Dover to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/16  31 May 1871

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/17  11 Jun [?1871]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Edward Frewen about shooting game  FRE/4175/18  18 Jun (?1871)

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Edward Frewen about shooting game and with a list of his matriculation subjects  FRE/4175/19  30 Jun [?1871]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Edward Frewen about shooting game  FRE/4175/20  16 Jul [?1871]

Letter from Richard Frewen, the Castle, Dover to Edward Frewen congratulating him on having achieved his majority  FRE/4175/21  25 Jul [1871]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Edward Frewen about shooting game and the weather  FRE/4175/22  23 Sep [?1871]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, vicarage, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Edward Frewen about shooting game  FRE/4175/23  29 Oct [?1871]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Edward Frewen about shooting game  FRE/4175/24  18 Nov [?1871]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/25  6 Dec [?1871]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/26  nd [?1871]

Letter from Moreton Frewen at W Wace's, Birling, Kent to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/27  8 Feb [?1872]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Birling, Kent to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/28  3 Mar [?1872]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Birling, Kent to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/29  15 Mar [?1872]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Chalbury, Dorset to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/30  1 Mar 1872

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Birling, Kent to Edward Frewen about the University Boat Race and general news  FRE/4175/31  18 Mar [?1872]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Birling, Kent to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/32  23 Apr [?1872]

Letter from Richard Frewen, 8 Marine Parade, Dover to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/33  3 May 1872

Letter from Richard Frewen, 8 Marine Parade, Dover to Edward Frewen about Edward's proposed visit  FRE/4175/34  6 May 1872

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Birling, Kent to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/35  10 May 1872

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Birling, Kent to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/36  15 May [?1872]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/37  24 May 1872

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Lawbrooks, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/38  1 Jun [?1872]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Birling, Kent to Helen Louisa Frewen about the symptoms of rabies and general news  FRE/4175/39  20 Jun [?1872]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Birling, Kent to Edward Frewen with cricket news  FRE/4175/40  27 Jun [?1872]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Birling, Kent to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/41  4 Jul [?1872]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/42  13 Sep [?1871]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 22 Market Hill, Cambridge to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/43  3 Nov [?1872]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 22 Market Hill, Cambridge to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/44  13 Nov [?1872]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 22 Market Hill, Cambridge to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/45  25 Nov [?1872]

Letter from Richard Frewen, 3 Wellington Place, Tunbridge Wells to Edward Frewen  FRE/4175/46  17 Oct 1873

Contents:
With news that his army prospects are all over and that he intends sending in his militia commission before the next training, news of his trip to Ireland and his intention to visit Gibralta and Morocco in the near future

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Cambridge to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/47  8 Nov [?1873]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 22 Market Hill, Cambridge to Edward Frewen, Northiam with general news  FRE/4175/48  12 Mar 1874

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Clifden Lodge, Connemara, Ireland to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/49  21 Jul [?1874]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Clifden Lodge, Connemara, Ireland to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/50  10 Aug [?1874]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Clifden Lodge, Connemara, Ireland to Edward Frewen about his recent illness  FRE/4175/51  29 Oct [?1874]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Clifden Lodge, Connemara, Ireland to Edward Frewen about his recent illness and his intention to return to England  FRE/4175/52  3 Nov [?1874]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Clifden Lodge, Connemara, Ireland to Edward Frewen about his intention to return to England and about shooting game  FRE/4175/53  7 Nov [?1874]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Athenaeum, London to Edward Frewen with news about horse racing, 5 Dec [?1874], with a letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news, 19 Dec 1874  FRE/4175/54  1874

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 68 Bridge Street, Cambridge to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/55  7 Feb [?1875]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Athenaeum, London to Edward Frewen about his trip to Nice and Monte Carlo, and his gambling exploits  FRE/4175/56  21 Feb [?1875]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Cambridge to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/57  22 Mar [?1875]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Cold Overton to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/58  5 Aug [?1875]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Athenaeum, London to Edward Frewen, Northiam with general news, 12 Nov 1875, with a letter from Helen Louisa Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Well to Moreton Frewen with general news, 11 Nov 1875  FRE/4175/59  1875

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Chillingham Castle, Northumberland to Edward Frewen with general and hunting news  FRE/4175/60  nd [1875]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Athenaeum, London to Edward Frewen discussing horses  FRE/4175/61  nd [1875]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Raleigh Club, Regent Street, London to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/62  nd [1875]

Letter from J B R, Cercle de la Mediterranée, Nice to Moreton Frewen with news about a shooting competition  FRE/4175/63  30 Jan 1876

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Athenaeum, London to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/64  9 Feb 1876

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 68 Bridge Street, Cambridge to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/65  13 Apr [?1876]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Maples Hotel, Dublin to Edward Frewen with news about his hunting exploits  FRE/4175/66  2 Aug [?1876]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Port Elizabeth Club, Port Elizabeth, South Africa to Edward Frewen  FRE/4175/67  14 Sep 1876

Contents:
About his trip with the Secretary of State for Native Affairs, his intention to return to England to fit out an expedition to follow Livingstone's route and his hunting exploits

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Harboro' Hotel, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen, Northiam with general news  FRE/4175/68  8 Nov 1876

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Harboro' Hotel, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen, Northiam with general news  FRE/4175/69  3 Dec 1876

Letter from Richard Frewen, Mayfly, 20 Ryder Street, Westminster to Edward Frewen  FRE/4175/70  27 Dec [?1876]

Contents:
Apologising for their disagreement and stating that 'I should not have written as plainly as I do only that I am leaving England this time on a far more dangerous expedition that I have ever been on before...I don't think our correspondence interests each other so I will only ask for a line of forgiveness then I will not trouble you...with another. In return you will kindly dispense with my company at Brickwall for ever'

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Kilfane to Edward Frewen concerning a dispute about a horse  FRE/4175/71  nd [?1876]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/72  nd [?1876]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Knossington Grange, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/73  nd [?1876]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Quenby Hall, Leicester to Edward Frewen, Northiam with general news  FRE/4175/74  5 Jan 1877

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Park Club, 7 Park Place, Middlesex to Edward Frewen, Northiam with general news  FRE/4175/75  8 Apr 1877

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen, Northiam with general news  FRE/4175/76  15 May 1877

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 20 Ryder Street, Westminster to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/77  25 May 1877

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 20 Ryder Street, Westminster to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/78  20 Jun 1877

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Rossmore, Monaghan, Ireland to Edward Frewen, Northiam with general news  FRE/4175/79  1 Sep 1877

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Chapelthorpe Hall, Wakefield, Yorkshire to Edward Frewen, Northiam with general news  FRE/4175/80  11 Sep 1877

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Royal Hotel, Edinburgh to Edward Frewen, Northiam with general news  FRE/4175/81  2 Oct 1877

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Park Club, 7 Park Place, Middlesex to Edward Frewen, Northiam with general news  FRE/4175/82  8 Oct 1877

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Park Club, 7 Park Place, Middlesex to Edward Frewen, Northiam with general news  FRE/4175/83  13 Oct 1877

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Park Club, 7 Park Place, Middlesex to Edward Frewen, Northiam with general news  FRE/4175/84  15 Oct 1877

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Skeffington Vale, Skeffington, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen, Northiam with general news  FRE/4175/85  30 Oct 1877

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Skeffington Vale, Skeffington, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen, Northiam with general news  FRE/4175/86  14 Nov 1877

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Skeffington Vale, Skeffington, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen, Northiam with general news  FRE/4175/87  9 Dec 1877

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Skeffington Vale, Skeffington, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen, Northiam with general news  FRE/4175/88  23 Dec 1877

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Sanham House, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen, Northiam with general news  FRE/4175/89  3 Feb 1878

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen, Northiam with general news, 28 Feb 1878, with a letter from J Martin, Stony Stanton, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen about the sale of Mrs Wood's public house and cottages adjoining the church, 30 Nov 1877  FRE/4175/90  1877-1878

Fragment of a letter from Richard Frewen  FRE/4175/91  nd [?1870s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen, Northiam with general news  FRE/4175/92  5 Mar 1878

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Acacia Lodge, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen, Northiam with general news  FRE/4175/93  31 Mar 1878

Letter from Richard Frewen, Tunbridge Wells to Edward Frewen with news of his return from his expedition and his intention of traveling to the East via America in the autumn  FRE/4175/94  10 Jul 1878

Letter from Richard Frewen, Hop Marke Hotel, Worcester to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4175/95  Sep 1878

Letters from Richard Frewen  FRE/4176  nd [c1858-1878]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Brickwall to Richard Frewen with news about his collection of birds' eggs and his trip to Rye harbour, endorsed with a note from M Churchill  FRE/4176/1  28 May [?1858]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen wishing him happy birthday  FRE/4176/2  24 Jul [?1858]

Letter from Richard Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4176/3  nd [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with news from his school  FRE/4176/4  nd [wmk 1861]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with news about his illness  FRE/4176/5  nd [wmk 1861]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4176/6  nd [wmk 1865]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4176/7  11 Jun [wmk 1864]

Letter from Richard Frewen, vicarage, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4176/8  nd [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen, vicarage, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with news about the funeral of Alfred Monckton  FRE/4176/9  nd [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen, vicarage, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with news about his illness  FRE/4176/10  14 Mar [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Lawbrooks, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4176/11  2 May [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Stroud, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen about school and shooting  FRE/4176/12  12 Oct [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Stratford, Stroud, Gloucestershire about his bicycle ride to Gloucester  FRE/4176/13  20 Nov [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4176/14  nd [wmk 1864]

Letter from Richard Frewen to Edward Frewen with news about school  FRE/4176/15  nd [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen to Edward Frewen with news about school  FRE/4176/16  5 Feb [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen to Edward Frewen about an eclipse of the sun  FRE/4176/17  nd [wmk 1864]

Letter from Richard Frewen to Edward Frewen about school life  FRE/4176/18  nd [wmk 1864]

Letter from Richard Frewen to Edward Frewen with news about a cricket match  FRE/4176/19  nd [wmk 1864]

Letter from Richard Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4176/20  nd [wmk 1864]

Letter from Richard Frewen to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4176/21  nd [wmk 1864]

Letter from Richard Frewen to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4176/22  nd [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4176/23  nd [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4176/24  nd [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4176/25  nd [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4176/26  nd [wmk 1864]

Letter from Richard Frewen to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4176/27  nd [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4176/28  nd [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen to Edward Frewen arranging to meet him  FRE/4176/29  nd [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4176/30  nd [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4176/31  nd [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen, The Mount, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen about shooting on Lord Onslow's land at East Clandon  FRE/4176/32  3 Dec [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4176/33  nd [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4176/34  nd [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4176/35  23 Jul [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen, 25 Sion Hill, Clifton, Bristol to Edward Frewen about buying a dog  FRE/4176/36  20 Jun [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4176/37  nd [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Yorkshire Club, York to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4176/38  nd [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4176/39  nd [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Angel Hotel, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire to Edward Frewen with news that he was made captain of the Stratford Abbey cricket club, their cricket tour and an outbreak of scarlet fever  FRE/4176/40  9 Jun [1860s]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Rectory House, Parsons Green, Fulham, Middlesex to Edward Frewen with news of his visit to London and to the Chapel Royal to hear the Bishop of Peterborough  FRE/4176/41  20 Mar [wmk 1870]

Letter from Richard Frewen, the Castle, Dover to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4176/42  10 Jun [1870s]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news and the erection of the telegraph wires  FRE/4176/43  22 May [1870s]

Newspaper cutting from The Times advertising a Handel festival at Crystal Palace  FRE/4176/44  nd [1871 x 1876]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4176/45  11 Apr [wmk 1870]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with news of his journey from Scotland  FRE/4176/46  4 Apr [wmk 1870]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Rectory House, Parsons Green, Fulham, Middlesex to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4176/47  29 Mar [wmk 1870]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4176/48  6 Apr [1870s]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Rectory House, Parsons Green, Fulham, Middlesex to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4176/49  22 Mar [wmk 1870]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Dover Castle to Edward Frewen with news of their imminent crossing of the Channel, endorsed with note written at Brussels  FRE/4176/50  25 Jun [wmk 1870]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4176/51  15 Jun [wmk 1870]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Wickham Court, Beckenham, Kent to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4176/52  nd [1870s]

Letter from Richard Frewen, The Mitre Hotel, Oxford to Edward Frewen arranging to meet him  FRE/4176/53  31 May [wmk 1871]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4176/54  26 May [wmk 1870]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen about joining the miltia for two years  FRE/4176/55  14 Apr [wmk 1870]

Letters from Moreton Frewen  FRE/4177  nd [c1860-1878]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen about a visit to Crystal Palace  FRE/4177/1  4 Mar [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 5 Albion Place, Ramsgate, Kent to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/2  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/3  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/4  nd [wmk 1866]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/5  nd [wmk 1864]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/6  nd [wmk 1864]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/7  nd [wmk 1866]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen about meeting him at Robertsbridge  FRE/4177/8  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen about meeting him at Robertsbridge  FRE/4177/9  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen about shooting  FRE/4177/10  nd [wmk 1866]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/11  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/12  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/13  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/14  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/15  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/16  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with school and cricketing news  FRE/4177/17  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with news of his shooting exploits  FRE/4177/18  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/19  nd [wmk 1862]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with news about shooting  FRE/4177/20  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/21  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen about shooting  FRE/4177/22  nd [wmk 1864]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Vicarage, Kent to Edward Frewen about shooting  FRE/4177/23  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/24  16 Oct [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/25  nd [wmk 1864]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/26  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/27  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/28  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen about shooting  FRE/4177/29  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/30  11 Oct [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/31  5 Oct [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/32  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/33  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/34  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/35  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen about shooting  FRE/4177/36  nd [wmk 1864]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/37  nd [wmk 1864]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen about shooting  FRE/4177/38  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/39  nd [wmk 1862]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/40  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/41  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/42  nd [wmk 1864]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/43  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/44  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen about shooting  FRE/4177/45  nd [wmk 1864]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen about shooting  FRE/4177/46  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brenchley, Kent to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/47  nd [wmk 1865]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Elmhurst, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire to Edward Frewen about birds' eggs  FRE/4177/48  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Elmhurst, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire to Edward Frewen about birds' eggs  FRE/4177/49  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Elmhurst, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire to Edward Frewen about shooting  FRE/4177/50  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Elmhurst, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/51  6 Jun [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen about ice skating  FRE/4177/52  nd [wmk 1867]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Elmhurst, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/53  8 Dec [wmk 1867]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Elmhurst, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/54  24 Sep [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Elmhurst, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/55  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Elmhurst, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire to Edward Frewen about shooting  FRE/4177/56  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Elmhurst, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/57  8 Oct [wmk 1867]

Letter from Moreton Frewen about shooting  FRE/4177/58  nd [wmk 1866]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Elmhurst, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/59  Dec [wmk 1867]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Elmhurst, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire to Edward Frewen with general news and about his brother Richard's behaviour  FRE/4177/60  14 Dec [wmk 1867]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Elmhurst, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/61  1 Nov [wmk 1867]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Elmhurst, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/62  21 Nov [wmk 1867]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Elmhurst, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/63  15 Nov [wmk 1867]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Elmhurst, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/64  15 Nov 1867

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/65  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Elmhurst, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/66  26 Oct [wmk 1867]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Elmhurst, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/67  14 Oct 1867

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Elmhurst, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire to Edward Frewen  FRE/4177/68  nd [wmk 1867]

Contents:
With general news, 14 Oct [wmk 1867], with a letter from Moreton Frewen, Elmhurst to Edward Frewen with details of James MacMichael of 207 King's Road, Chelsea visiting card engraver

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Elmhurst, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/69  2 Dec [wmk 1867]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Lawbrooks, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/70  12 Jul [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Lawbrooks, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/71  8 May [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Lawbrooks, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/72  6 Jul [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Lawbrooks, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/73  10 Jun [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Lawbrooks, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/74  22 Jun [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Lawbrooks, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/75  18 Mar [wmk 1867]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Lawbrooks, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/76  14 Mar [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Lawbrooks, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/77  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Lawbrooks, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/78  23 Mar [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Lawbrooks, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen with school news and about their intended visit to see the University Boad Race  FRE/4177/79  31 Mar [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Lawbrooks, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/80  1 Feb [wmk 1867]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Lawbrooks, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/81  16 Feb [wmk 1867]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Lawbrooks, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/82  8 Feb [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Lawbrooks, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen about the University Boat Race  FRE/4177/83  6 Apr [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Lawbrooks, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/84  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Lawbrooks, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen with news about his fellow pupils  FRE/4177/85  28 Feb [wmk 1867]

Number not used  FRE/4177/86  [n.d.]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Lawbrooks, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/87  4 Feb [wmk 1867]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, The Mount, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen with school news and about having seen 'the Blacks' [?Aboriginies] play cricket at Godalming  FRE/4177/88  31 Oct [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, The Mount, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen with school news and about the forthcoming cricket match between 'the Blacks' [?Aboriginies] and Sussex  FRE/4177/89  8 Oct [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, The Mount, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/90  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with shooting news  FRE/4177/91  nd [wmk 1867]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, The Mount, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/92  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, The Mount, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/93  28 Feb [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, The Mount, Shere, Surrey to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/94  28 Sep [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Stroud, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/95  25 Sep [1860s]

Number not used  FRE/4177/96  [n.d.]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Stroud, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/97  13 Sep [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Stroud, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/98  7 Mar [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Stroud, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/99  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Stroud, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/100  19 Oct [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Stroud, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/101  6 May [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Stroud, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/102  23 Feb [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Stroud, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/103  13 May [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Stroud, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/104  30 Oct [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Stroud, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/105  26 May [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Stroud, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen about his billiard playing  FRE/4177/106  25 Mar [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Stroud, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen about his billiard playing  FRE/4177/107  18 Feb [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Stroud, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/108  28 Apr [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Stroud, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/109  28 Apr [wmk 1870]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Stroud, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/110  22 Jun [c1870]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Stroud, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/111  12 Jun [wmk 1870]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Stroud, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen with school news and the prospect of war between France and Prussia  FRE/4177/112  12 Jul [wmk 1870]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Stroud, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/113  21 Sep [c1870]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Stroud, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/114  6 Nov [c1870]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/115  6 Nov [c1871]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen about shooting  FRE/4177/116  8 Aug [wmk 1867]

Number not used  FRE/4177/117  [n.d.]

Number not used  FRE/4177/118  [n.d.]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen about shooting  FRE/4177/119  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/120  nd [1860s]

Number not used  FRE/4177/121  [n.d.]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/122  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 25 Sion Hill, Clifton, Bristol to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/123  nd [1870s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen about shooting  FRE/4177/124  nd [1870s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/125  nd [1870s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/126  27 Sep [wmk 1870]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/127  nd [1870s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/128  28 Dec [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Pastleview, Inishannon, Ireland to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/129  12 Jul [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/130  23 Jul [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen about visiting Cambridge  FRE/4177/131  nd [wmk 1868]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, vicarage, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Edward Frewen about hunting  FRE/4177/132  6 Feb [c1871]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/133  nd [wmk 1869]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/134  nd [1860s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Knossington Grange, Oakham, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen about his brother Richard's behaviour  FRE/4177/135  nd [wmk 1876]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/136  12 Dec [wmk 1874]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/137  nd [1870s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Cold Overton to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/138  15 Apr [1870s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Stratford Abbey, Stroud, Gloucestershire to Edward Frewen with school news  FRE/4177/139  22 Nov [c1870]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Edward Frewen about hunting  FRE/4177/140  28 Feb [c1871]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Edward Frewen about hunting  FRE/4177/141  23 Feb [c1871]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/142  11 Mar [c1871]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/143  14 Mar [c1871]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/144  20 Mar [c1871]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/145  23 Mar 1871

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/146  24 Mar [c1871]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/147  1 Jun [c1871]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/148  19 Oct [wmk 1870]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/149  nd [1870s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire to Edward Frewen about hunting  FRE/4177/150  22 Nov [wmk 1870]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Rockfield, Kells, Ireland to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/151  nd [wmk 1875]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, County Cork Club to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/152  29 Sep [wmk 1871]

Number not used  FRE/4177/153  [n.d.]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 22 Market Hill, Cambridge to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/154  16 Feb [wmk 1872]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, University Pitt Club, Cambridge to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/155  2 May [1870s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Harboro' Hotel, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/156  nd [1870s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/157  25 Aug [wmk 1870]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/158  17 Aug [wmk 1869]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/159  22 Aug [wmk 1870]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Athenaeum, London to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/160  28 May [1870s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Castlemartin, Kilcullen, County Kildare, Ireland to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/161  nd [wmk 1874]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Athenaeum, London to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/162  2 Jun [1870s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Athenaeum, London to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/163  nd [1870s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, The Denver Club, America to Edward Frewen about the state of the cattle  FRE/4177/164  10 Oct [?1879]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, The Deepdene, Dorking, Surrey to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/165  nd [1870s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Athenaeum, London to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/166  30 May [wmk 1871]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Harboro' Hotel, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/167  3 Feb [1870s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/168  nd [wmk 1872]

Number not used  FRE/4177/169  [n.d.]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen about hunting  FRE/4177/170  nd [1870s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Raleigh Club, Regent Street, Middlesex to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/171  nd [1870s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Billesdon Lodge, Billesdon, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/172  nd [1870s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Windsor, Montreal, Canada to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4177/173  19 Aug [1870s]

Letters from Moreton and Richard Frewen  FRE/4178  1878-1884

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Fifth Avenue Hotel, New York to Edward Frewen, Northiam about looking for investors to establish a ranch  FRE/4178/1  12 Jun 1878

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Union Club, Fifth Avenue and 21st Street, New York to Edward Frewen, Northiam about his finances  FRE/4178/2  18 Jun 1878

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Union Club, Fifth Avenue and 21st Street, New York to Nan (Anne) Frewen, Northiam with general news and his intention of setting out for Chicago tomorrow to see General Sheridan on the subject of Indians  FRE/4178/3  27 Sep 1878

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Union Club, Fifth Avenue and 21st Street, New York to Anne (Nan) Frewen, Northiam  FRE/4178/4  15 Jan 1879

Contents:
About his dreadful journey back from Denver, 'I finished by walking 26 consecutive hours 44 miles in deep snow', asking her to persuade her husband to invest and his intention to return to the West in February

Letter from Richard Frewen, Big Horn Ranch, Depot Fort McKinney, Wyoming to Edward Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/4178/5  20 Jan 1879

Contents:
Disapproving of the engagement of 'the Kid' (Stephen Frewen), about his and Moreton's search for a suitable location for a ranch and the severe conditions they had to endure, 'I think & hope that the Indian troubles are a thing of the past the tribes we have met have been very friendly', however the road agents are a different matter 'they rob everyone, army officers included, & order men out of the country under pain of death, stop & rob the mail & shoot anyone who tries to stop them...However the vigilante committee make short work of it, if they catch anyone who can't give an account of himself they run him up to the nearest tree', description of the location of the ranch

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Crazy Woman's Fork, Wyoming to Edward Frewen  FRE/4178/6  20 Dec (?1878)

Contents:
About their journey from Chicago and finding a suitable site for a ranch, their intention to go to Montana in the spring to buy cattle and an explanation of the economics of ranching to persuade Edward to invest

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Union Club, Fifth Avenue and 21st Street, New York to Edward Frewen, Northiam with general news and his intention to visit Philadelphia and Canada  FRE/4178/7  19 Jan 1879

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brevoort House, Fifth Avenue, New York to Edward Frewen, Northiam with news of their purchase of a herd of 8,000 cattle, about the ranch at Powder River  FRE/4178/8  19 Feb 1879

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Big Horn, Depot McKinney, Wyoming with general news and the expectation of trouble from the Indians during the summer and their intention to lease part of neighbouring ranch  FRE/4178/9  18 Mar 1879

Letter from Richard Frewen, Big Horn Ranch, Depot Fort McKinney, Wyoming to Edward Frewen about the terms for Edward investing in the ranch and the risk of trouble from the Indians  FRE/4178/10  25 Mar [?1879]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Chyeyenne, Wyoming to Nan (Anne) Frewen, Northiam with general news and the possibility of Edward and Anne visiting during the summer  FRE/4178/11  13 Apr 1879

Letter from Richard Frewen, Big Horn Ranch, Powder River, Wyoming to Edward Frewen about the problem of finding adequate workers and their intention of starting a 'feeding concern' in Nebraska in the autumn  FRE/4178/12  17 May [?1879]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Big Horn Ranch, Powder River, Wyoming to Edward Frewen about the cost visiting them at the ranch  FRE/4178/13  29 May [?1879]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Denver, Colorado to Edward Frewen, Northiam about his finances and the ranch  FRE/4178/14  1 Jun 1879

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Old Reno Hotel, Wyoming to Edward Frewen, Northiam with news about the success of the ranch  FRE/4178/15  28 Jun 1879

Letter from Richard Frewen, Big Horn Ranch, Powder River, Wyoming to Edward Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/4178/16  7 Jul 1879

Contents:
About the economics of the cattle business, hopes that the profits will make him independent of the rents from his Irish property in 3 to 6 years time, leaving for Chicago that week with first train load of steers

Letter from Richard Frewen, Powder River, Wyoming to Edward Frewen  FRE/4178/17  5 Aug [?1879]

Contents:
With news of the poor state of the cattle market at Chicago, 'we are not doing well at all...in fact am sure it is to be put down to mismanagement. I am not an over good businessman & Moreton is worse' and that his store man and bookkeeper has got drunk 'and gone off his head'

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Big Horn Ranch, Powder River, Wyoming to Edward Frewen about a mistaken newspaper report concerning the death of a friend and wounding of Richard and about hunting  FRE/4178/18  13 Sep [?1879]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Big Horn Ranch, Powder River, Wyoming to Edward Frewen, Northiam about problems with horse thieves and road agents, Moreton's inability to keep the accounts and news that their house will soon be finished  FRE/4178/19  17 Sep 1879

Letter from Richard Frewen, Big Horn Ranch, Powder River, Wyoming to Edward Frewen  FRE/4178/20  2 Oct 1879

Contents:
With news of the bad state of their business which is mainly due to 'Moreton's love of gambling' and because they paid $75,000 for a herd of 5,000 cattle which on inspection contained only 2,700, that it 'will take a good two years hard work to put our opening mess straight' and that a neighbour who has been trying to pick a quarrel 'knocked me about pretty badly fetched blood out of my eyes nose & ears'

Letter from Moreton Frewen, R R H, Cheyenne, Wyoming to Edward Frewen, Northiam  FRE/4178/21  10 Oct 1879

Contents:
About the possibility of leasing Cold Overton Hall to the daughter of Lady Lonsdale, details of his hunting, problems with the ranch and news that they moved into their house last week

Letter from Richard Frewen, Camp Brown, Wyoming to Edward Frewen, Brickwall with general news, details of their hunting and their plans to establish a ranch  FRE/4178/22  18 Nov 1878

Letter from Richard Frewen, Big Horn Ranch, Powder River, Wyoming to Edward Frewen  FRE/4178/23  25 Nov [?1879]

Contents:
With news about the weather, their financial difficulties and a description of their assets, 'horses, a house with furniture worth about £1,200, two outside ranches, 3 sets of stables, coralls, chicken house, ice house, a store with about £1,000 worth of goods, telegraph office & post office, blacksmith's & carpenter's shops, besides a small ox train, 4 mule or horse wagons, ploughs, hay cutter, rakes'

Letter from Richard Frewen, Big Horn Ranch, Powder River, Wyoming to Edward Frewen, Northiam about the sale of cattle, the difficulties Moreton has had in raising money in England and news about his hunting  FRE/4178/24  11 Feb 1880

Letter from Richard Frewen, Big Horn Ranch, Powder River, Wyoming to Edward Frewen, Northiam  FRE/4178/25  26 Mar 1880

Contents:
About his trip to Utah, about problems in paying for the cattle he has contracted to purchase and complaining about Moreton's attitude to their business

Statement of account between Edward Frewen and Messrs Richard and Moreton Frewen concerning the ranch from Nov 1880 to Oct 1881  FRE/4178/26  [n.d.]

Statement of cattle account to Edward Frewen giving details of the numbers of the original and present herd from Oct 1880 to Aug 1882  FRE/4178/27  [n.d.]

Annual report and accounts of the Anglo-American Cattle Company, Cheyenne, Wyoming  FRE/4178/28  1 Dec 1883

Annual accounts of the Anglo-American Cattle Company, Cheyenne, Wyoming addressed to the shareholders  FRE/4178/29  11 Dec 1883

Copy of a letter from Harry Oelrichs, General Manager of the Anglo-American Cattle Company, Cheyenne to the Committee of English Shareholders reporting on the current state of the Company  FRE/4178/30  25 Aug 1882

Copy of a letter from Harry Oelrichs, General Manager of the Anglo-American Cattle Company, Cheyenne to the Committee of English Shareholders reporting the declaration of a 5% dividend  FRE/4178/31  25 Nov 1882

Agreement between Edward Frewen and Moreton Frewen for Moreton to purchase his heifer calves for $11 a calf  FRE/4178/32  nd [1882]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Brevoort House, Fifth Avenue, New York to Edward Frewen, Northiam about his wish to form a company to purchase a herd of 17,000 cattle  FRE/4178/33  27 Nov 1882

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 45 Dover Street, London to Edward Frewen, Northiam with news about the cattle company  FRE/4178/34  11 Mar 1883

Letter from Moreton Frewen, manager of the Powder River Cattle Company, Cheyenne, Wyoming to Edward Frewen, Northiam with news of his winter and purchases of cattle  FRE/4178/35  6 May 1883

Letter from Richard Frewen, manager of the Dakota Stock and Grazing Company Limited, Cheyenne, Wyoming to Edward Frewen with news about his company and the effects of the winter  FRE/4178/36  8 Jun 1883

Letter from Richard Frewen, manager of the Dakota Stock and Grazing Company Limited, Cheyenne, Wyoming to Edward Frewen  FRE/4178/37  nd [?1883]

Contents:
Advising him to sell his shares in the Powder River Cattle Company because he thinks that their value is about to tumble and advising him of the discovery of Spanish mines in Honduras

Letter from Richard Frewen, manager of the Dakota Stock and Grazing Company Limited, Cheyenne, Wyoming to Edward Frewen about the state of the cattle business  FRE/4178/38  26 Sep 1883

Letter from Richard Frewen, manager of the Dakota Stock and Grazing Company Limited, Cheyenne, Wyoming to Edward Frewen about the state of the Company  FRE/4178/39  28 Jul 1884

Letter from Richard Frewen, manager of the Dakota Stock and Grazing Company Limited, Cheyenne, Wyoming to Edward Frewen about this attempts to raise money  FRE/4178/40  26 Aug 1884

Letter from Richard Frewen, manager of the Dakota Stock and Grazing Company Limited, Cheyenne, Wyoming to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4178/41  25 Sep 1884

Letter from Richard Frewen, manager of the Dakota Stock and Grazing Company Limited, Cheyenne, Wyoming to Edward Frewen about the state of the Company and his inability to pay a dividend  FRE/4178/42  29 Nov 1884

Letters from Moreton and Richard Frewen  FRE/4179  1885-1917

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Leland Hotel, Michigan Avenue Boulevard and Jackson Street, Chicago, Illinios to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4179/1  13 Feb 1885

Letter from Richard Frewen, manager of the Dakota Stock and Grazing Company Limited, Cheyenne, Wyoming to Edward Frewen, 31 Augusta Gardens, Folkstone, Kent with news that the judge has set aside the verdict and the case will need to re-tried, that his company is in a bad state although Moreton's company appears to be doing well  FRE/4179/2  22 May 1885

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen with general news and about an unpopular engagement of his sister Selina  FRE/4179/3  24 Oct 1885

Letter from Richard Frewen, Superior, Wisconsin to Edward Frewen, Northiam about the bad state of the cattle business and the problems which he has had with the directors of the Company  FRE/4179/4  16 Nov 1885

Number not used  FRE/4179/5  [n.d.]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 27 Bedford Row, London to Edward Frewen about his finances  FRE/4179/6  nd [wmk 1884]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about his finances  FRE/4179/7  nd [?1885]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about his finances  FRE/4179/8  nd [?1885]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about his finances  FRE/4179/9  nd [?1885]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about his finances  FRE/4179/10  nd [?1885]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about his finances and about Richard's case against Barber for stealing 40 mules  FRE/4179/11  nd [?1885]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4179/12  nd [?1885]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4179/13  nd [?1885]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about financial matters  FRE/4179/14  nd [?1885]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about financial matters  FRE/4179/15  nd [?1885]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen with news that he is leaving for America  FRE/4179/16  nd [?1885]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about financial matters  FRE/4179/17  nd [?1885]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Nan (Anne) Frewen with general news  FRE/4179/18  nd [?1885]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about financial matters  FRE/4179/19  nd [?1885]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about financial matters  FRE/4179/20  nd [?1885]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Mr Piper regretting that he is unable to purchase his Devon cross cattle  FRE/4179/21  nd [?1885]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about financial matters  FRE/4179/22  nd [?1885]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about the cattle business  FRE/4179/23  nd [?1885]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen inviting him to visit and about financial matters  FRE/4179/24  nd [?1885]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about financial matters  FRE/4179/25  nd [wmk 1883]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about financial matters and the state of the cattle business  FRE/4179/26  nd [?1885]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about financial matters  FRE/4179/27  nd [?1885]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen about financial matters  FRE/4179/28  nd [?1885]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Alaska to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4179/29  nd [?1885]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about the cattle business  FRE/4179/30  nd [?1885]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about the cattle business and Richard's problems with the board his company  FRE/4179/31  nd [?1885]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen about a shareholders' meeting  FRE/4179/32  nd [?1885]

Letter from Richard Frewen, Orleans Club, 29 King Street, St James's, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about the shareholders' meeting  FRE/4179/33  nd [?1885]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen  FRE/4179/34  25 Jun [?1885]

Contents:
About financial matters, nd [?1885], with a letter from Moreton Frewen, Powder River, Wyoming to Edward Frewen about the poor state of the ranges and how he ships his fatted cattle from Superior by water to Buffalo and thence to New York

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4179/35  10 Dec [?1885/86]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about the Powder River Company  FRE/4179/36  nd [?1885/86]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about the Powder River Company  FRE/4179/37  nd [?1885/86]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about financial matters  FRE/4179/38  nd [?1885/86]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen, Northiam with general news and that Gladstone's government is going to make a stand on the Irish question (of Home Rule)  FRE/4179/39  2 Jan 1886

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen  FRE/4179/40  28 Jan 1886

Contents:
About the Powder River Company and news that it is almost settled that he will go to Siam in March for a finance house to try to obtain a concession to build a railway up the valley of the Meh-Nam river to the frontier of China

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen, Northiam about the Powder River Company  FRE/4179/41  2 Feb 1886

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about the affairs of the Powder River Company  FRE/4179/42  17 Mar 1886

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about the affairs of the Powder River Company  FRE/4179/43  10 Apr 1886

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen  FRE/4179/44  8 May 1886

Contents:
About the affairs of the Powder River Company, 25 May 1886, letter from Richard Frewen, manager of the Dakota Stock and Grazing Company Limited, Cheyenne, Wyoming to Edward Frewen about the affairs of the Powder River Company, 28 Apr 1886, letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen about the affairs of the Powder River Company, nd [?1886] and letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen, Pickwell, Leicestershire about the affairs of the Powder River Cattle Company

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen about the management of the Powder River Company and the problems which Richard's attitude has caused  FRE/4179/45  27 May 1886

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen about the management of the Powder River Company  FRE/4179/46  9 Jun 1886

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen about the management of the Powder River Company  FRE/4179/47  11 Jun 1886

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen about financial matters  FRE/4179/48  3 Jul 1886

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 3 Hyde Park Place, Westminster to Edward Frewen about the management of the Powder River Cattle Company  FRE/4179/49  15 Jul 1886

Copy of letter from [blank], Powder River, Wyoming to Moreton Frewen about the payment of Montana taxes  FRE/4179/50  19 Jul 1886

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen about the management of the Powder River Cattle Company  FRE/4179/51  25 Jul 1886

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen about the management of the Powder River Cattle Company  FRE/4179/52  28 Jul 1886

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brevoort House, Fifth Avenue, New York to Edward Frewen about Richard's case against the Dakota Stock and Grazing Company Limited and the management of the Powder River Cattle Company  FRE/4179/53  8 Aug 1886

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen about the management of the Powder River Cattle Company, the lack of money and Richard's dispute with the Dakota Stock and Grazing Company Limited  FRE/4179/54  11 Aug 1886

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen about starting for the west to try to raise money in Chicago or Canada and the management of the Powder River Cattle Company  FRE/4179/55  13 Aug 1886

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Superior City, Wisconsin to Edward Frewen about the management of the Powder River Cattle Company, the state of the fattening station and financial matters  FRE/4179/56  23 Aug 1886

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Superior City, Wisconsin to Edward Frewen about the management of the Powder River Cattle Company and the state of cattle business  FRE/4179/57  27 Aug 1886

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen  FRE/4179/58  30 Aug 1886

Contents:
Enclosing a proof copy of his reply to Denison's circular (see FRE/4179/59) about the management of the Powder River Cattle Company and that he is to meet 'Plunkett in Omaha on Tuesday, shall be careful not to lose my temper & give him an oportunity of resigning; At the same time I am free to say that if he does not resign in spite of me, I shall take the liberty of giving him what our aboriginal neighbours in Sussex call a d-d good "hoiding"; The mischief he has made for Dick & the way he has lied behind Dick's back require correction, & nothing but physical discomfort will do him any good.'

Proof copy of a circular from Moreton Frewen, Superior, Wisconsin to the shareholders of the Powder River Cattle Company  FRE/4179/59  30 Aug 1886

Contents:
Concerning the conduct of W Beckett (otherwise known as W B Denison), in that he criticised Moreton's management of the company, thwarted Moreton's plan to move the cattle to Mosquito Creek, Alberta due to the worn out state of the ranges at Powder River before the Canadian government imposed an ad valorum duty of 20%, prevented the plan to close the Cheyenne office due to its cost and his allusions to Mr Plunkett's insults to Moreton's brother Richard

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Macqueen House, Miles City, Wyoming to Edward Frewen, Pickwell, Leicestershire about the state of the ranges  FRE/4179/60  12 Sep 1886

Letter from Moreton Frewen, The Server House, Custer Station, N[orth] P[acific] R[ail] R[oad], Montana to Edward Frewen, Pickwell, Leicestershire  FRE/4179/61  22 Sep 1886

Contents:
Informing him that 'your 2 letters to that old villain Beckett are quite excellent, the letter of a gentleman to a damned Hog' and about the state of the company

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Portland, Oregon to Edward Frewen stating that he will go to Tacoma tomorrow, thence by boat to Victoria, British Columbia and onward by rail to Alberta to look at the ranges  FRE/4179/62  24 Sep 1886

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Queen's Hotel, Winnipeg, Manitoba to Edward Frewen, Pickwell, Leicestershire  FRE/4179/63  31 Oct 1886

Contents:
About his arrival last night and Richard's behaviour, the management of the Company and the excellent quality of the ranges in Alberta, 16 Oct 1886, with a telegram from Richard Frewen, Superior, Wisconsin to Edward Frewen, Oakham, Leicestershire about bad debts

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Hotel Ryan, St Paul, Minnesota to Edward Frewen, Pickwell, Leicestershire about the management of the Company  FRE/4179/64  25 Oct 1886

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brevoort House, Fifth Avenue, New York to Edward Frewen, Pickwell, Leicestershire  FRE/4179/65  6 Nov 1886

Contents:
About a shareholders' meeting, 8 Nov 1886, with a telegram from F R Langham, Superior, Wisconsin to Moreton Frewen, Brevoort House, Fifth Avenue, New York advising him to return immediatly

Letter from Moreton Frewen, The Chicago Club, 43 & 45 Monroe Street, Chicago to Edward Frewen about company affairs  FRE/4179/66  10 Nov 1886

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brevoort House, Fifth Avenue, New York to Edward Frewen, Pickwell, Leicestershire about having no more steers fit to market without feeding and the state of the Company  FRE/4179/67  1 Nov 1886

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brevoort House, Fifth Avenue, New York to Edward Frewen, Pickwell, Leicestershire  FRE/4179/68  6 Nov 1886

Contents:
Fearing that 'it is all up' with the finances of the Company and that 'I fear dear Ted we have been tricked & fooled, & it only remains for us to turn the rascals out who (Kemp Whitton Stibbard & CO) have been sucking this property from first to last'

Letter from Moreton Frewen, The Chicago Club, 43 & 45 Monroe Street, Chicago to Edward Frewen, Pickwell, Leicestershire  FRE/4179/69  17 Nov 1886

Contents:
About the troubles of the Company, 17 Nov 1886, with letter from Moreton Frewen, to Edward Frewen with news that the Exchange Bank, Duluth, Minnesota on discovering the the Company was in liquidation in England has terminated their loan

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen  FRE/4179/70  18 Nov 1886

Contents:
With news that money may be forthcoming if he agrees to resign, nd [1886], with letter from Moreton Frewen, Leland's Hotel, Chicago to Edward Frewen, Pickwell, Leicestershire informing him that he has cable Kemp in London informing him that his cable scared the Exchange Bank into terminating their loan and advising him to raise a loan in London

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Leland Hotel, Chicago to Edward Frewen, Pickwell, Leicestershire informing him that he has received a cable from Gray that the funds will be forthcoming if he resigns from the Board - which he is happy to do  FRE/4179/71  21 Nov 1886

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about his resignation from the board  FRE/4179/72  27 Dec 1886

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen about the affairs of the Company  FRE/4179/73  nd [?1886]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Buxton, Derbyshire to Edward Frewen about Richard's affairs  FRE/4179/74  nd [?1886]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen about the Company's affairs and the behaviour of Richard  FRE/4179/75  nd [?1886]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about the Company's affairs  FRE/4179/76  19 Jan 1887

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen about Richard's behaviour, 'He seems to have soured by his own troubles to the point that he is snapping about him among friends or foes indiscriminately'  FRE/4179/77  13 Apr 1887

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen about Richard's behaviour - 'I believe the more charitable way of looking at it is that Dick is off his head'  FRE/4179/78  18 Apr 1887

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen, Pickwell, Leicestershire  FRE/4179/79  21 Apr 1887

Contents:
Complaining that he sent his letter unsealed - 'I suppose your brotherly comments on my conduct are by now public property in your neighbourhood', about the Company's affairs, Richard's behaviour, 'Don't you see that why Dick has been telling filthy tales about me to my family, it is not because I borrowed money - with as I claim his consent & encouragement - under a power of attorney, but because Barber robbed him, because F Kemp made a mess of Dakota & because his Irish tenants are not now paying their rents!' and his own straightened circumstances

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen, Pickwell, Leicestershire about the Company's affairs, with a blank stock transfer form  FRE/4179/80  22 Apr 1887

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen about the management of the Company  FRE/4179/81  26 Apr 1887

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen about Richard's behaviour  FRE/4179/82  30 Apr 1887

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4179/83  29 Apr 1887

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Aldford Street, Park Lane, Middlesex to Edward Frewen about financial matters  FRE/4179/84  15 Oct 1889

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 20 East Twenty-seventh Street, New York to Edward Frewen  FRE/4179/85  21 Apr 1892

Contents:
About trying to save a heronry and news that there is 'a regular civil war in Johnson County Hesse who practically stole the remnants of the Powder River herd - Plunkett sold him all that was left for a song, & he made some $80,000 out of it, has been in turn robbed byrustlers & cattle thieves, well he got hold of a lot of Texas devils & went up country, burned the old KC ranche (the next ranche above the Home Ranche on the main river) & hanged Ed Campion who used to work for him, & me in days gone bye. In turn Hesse & his forty braves were beleaguered on Crazy Woman by settlers, & had not the troops come down in the nick of time, his whole party would have been wiped out, four were killed. Now the military are bringing Hesse & his party down to the rail to turn them over to the Gov[ernor] to be tried, but the settler party swear they will get them & hang them all'

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 20 East Twenty-seventh Street, New York to Edward Frewen about the threat to the heronry  FRE/4179/86  3 May 1892

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 26 Brunswick Terrace, Brighton to Edward Frewen about the possibility of getting Edward appointed as a Resident Magistrate in Ireland  FRE/4179/87  3 Apr 1893

Copy of letter from Moreton Frewen, The Denver Club, Denver, Colorado to 'Kid' (Stephen Frewen) about the progress of the silver mill  FRE/4179/88  11 Nov 1893

Copy of letter from Moreton Travers, Salt Lake City, Utah to Whitehead about the silver mill  FRE/4179/89  12 Nov 1894

Letter from Thomas Willard, Knockmore, Enniscorthy, County Wexford, Ireland to Richard Frewen informing him that the marriage is off  FRE/4179/90  26 Feb 1895

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 68 Curzon Street, London to Edward Frewen about the possibility of getting Edward appointed as a Resident Magistrate in Ireland  FRE/4179/91  9 Aug 1895

Letter from Richard Frewen to Edward Frewen, Kircum Park, Kingswear, Devon (re-directed from the Carlton Club, Pall Mall, London) about financial matters  FRE/4179/92  1 Oct 1895

Letter from Richard Frewen, Hotel Royal, Rome to Edward Frewen about financial matters  FRE/4179/93  18 Feb 1896

Letter from Richard Frewen, Hotel ?Desawr, Moscow to Edward Frewen  FRE/4179/94  31 Aug [?1891]

Contents:
Telling him about his arrival at St Petersburg from Stockholm, describing the churches, the Hermitage and the people there, his journey to Moscow and his intention to travel down the Volga to Astrakhan, via the Caspian Sea to Baku, then across the Caucasus to the Black Sea and by steamer to Sevastopol and thence to Istanbul by 5 October

Telegram from Mr Bates, Devonport to Edward Frewen, Kingswear, Devon  FRE/4179/95  19 Aug 1896

Contents:
Informing him that Richard Frewen was drowned last night, 18 Aug 1896, telegram from Cunliffe, Bognor to Edward Frewen, Kingswear about arrangements for searching for Richard's body, 21 Aug 1896, telegram from N E Bates, Milford Haven to Edward Frewen, Kingswear informing him that Richard accidently fell overboard last midnight, 18 Aug 1896, telegram from Moreton Frewen, Park Street, London to Edward Frewen, Dart Yacht Club, Kingswear informing him that he will go to their mother, 18 Aug 1896, telegram from Moreton Frewen, Calverley, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen, yacht Florinda, Milford Haven advising him to offer a reward of a £100, 19 Aug 1896, telegram from Cauliffe St John, Milford Haven to Edward Frewen, Kingswear advising him that he and Lubbock are executors, 20 Aug 1896, telegram from Moreton Frewen, Calverley, Tunbridge Wells to Mrs Frewen, Kinswear informing her that he has telegraphed Edward

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 25 Chesham Place, London to Edward Frewen about Richard's financial affairs  FRE/4179/96  22 Aug [?1896]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 25 Chesham Place, London to Edward Frewen about Richard's financial affairs and the house at Chesham Place which Moreton inherited from Richard  FRE/4179/97  28 Aug 1896

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 25 Chesham Place, London to Edward Frewen about Richard's affairs and Brede Place  FRE/4179/98  14 Sep 1896

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 25 Chesham Place, London to Edward Frewen about Richard's death  FRE/4179/99  19 Oct 1896

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 25 Chesham Place, London to Edward Frewen about Richard's death and the future of Brickwall  FRE/4179/100  nd [cAug 1896]

Number not used  FRE/4179/101  [n.d.]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 25 Chesham Place, London to Edward Frewen about Richard's financial affairs and loans made by Stephen Frewen  FRE/4179/102  21 Feb 1897

Copy of letter from Stephen Frewen, Dmaid to Moreton Frewen about letting Brickwall  FRE/4179/103  9 May 1897

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 25 Chesham Place, London to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4179/104  2 Jun 1897

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news and a scheme for raising ducks for sale  FRE/4179/105  7 Oct 1897

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Inishannon, County Cork to Edward Frewen with general news and the bad state of his investments  FRE/4179/106  27 Dec 1897

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 25 Chesham Place, London to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4179/107  14 Feb 1898

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Inishannon, County Cork to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4179/108  27 Feb 1898

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 25 Chesham Place, London to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4179/109  23 Apr 1898

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen about financial matters  FRE/4179/110  15 Sep 1898

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen about financial matters, their mother and the possibility of a railway line being built from Hawkhurst to Hastings  FRE/4179/111  nd [?1898]

Fragment of a letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4179/112  nd [?1898]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 25 Chesham Place, London to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4179/113  nd [1898]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 25 Chesham Place, London to Edward Frewen about his finances  FRE/4179/114  nd [?1898]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 25 Chesham Place, London to Edward Frewen about his finances  FRE/4179/115  nd [?1898]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen about his law suit concerning land at Prince Rupert (?British, Columbia, Canada) and that he has found 'your old Holbein' on the wall of 660 Fifth Avenue  FRE/4179/116  3 Feb 1911

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Cheyenne, Wyoming to Edward Frewen about the cattle business  FRE/4179/117  5 Jul [c1880]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Glenarm Hotel, Denver, Colorado to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4179/118  30 Jun [1880s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, SS Aurania to Edward Frewen about visiting Canada, general news and the possibility of his standing for Parliament  FRE/4179/119  nd [?1880s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Denver, Colorado to Edward Frewen with news about the cattle business  FRE/4179/120  11 May [1880s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Cheyenne, Wyoming to Edward Frewen about the ranching business  FRE/4179/121  15 Aug [1880s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Rock Creek to Edward Frewen about the ranching business  FRE/4179/122  11 May [1880s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen off New York to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4179/123  7 Aug [?1880s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Cunard Royal Mail Steamship Etruria to Edward Frewen about the Powder River Cattle Company  FRE/4179/124  nd [1880s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Victoria, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada to Edward Frewen about the ranching business  FRE/4179/125  29 Sep [?1886]

Copy of letter from Stephen Frewen, 61 Marine (?Parade, Brighton) to Moreton Frewen about Brede Place  FRE/4179/126  15 Dec 1917

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Hopetoun House, South Queensferry, Linlithgow, Scotland to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4179/127  nd [?1890s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Hopetoun House, South Queensferry, Linlithgow, Scotland to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4179/128  nd [?1890s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4179/129  nd [?1890s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, United Empire Club, 117 Piccadilly, London to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4179/130  nd [?1890s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Elvaston Castle, Elvaston, Derbyshire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4179/131  nd [?1890s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, United Empire Club, 117 Piccadilly, London to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4179/132  18 Jan [?1890s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4179/133  nd [?1890s]

Letter from Moreton Frerwen to Edward Frewen about Richard's behavior and the Powder River Cattle Company  FRE/4179/134  nd [1880s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Ormonde House, North Gate, Regents Park, London to Edward Frewen about financial matters  FRE/4179/135  20 Nov [?1890s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4179/136  nd [?1890s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, Brede Place to Edward Frewen about his investments in America  FRE/4179/137  27 Mar [1914 x 1918]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Aldford Street, Park Lane, London to Edward Frewen about Richard's financial affairs  FRE/4179/138  nd [1880s]

Letter from Moreton Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, London to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4179/139  nd [1880s]

Letters from his brother and sister Stephen Frewen and Ann Louisa Frewen, and his half-sisters Eleanor Carter and Selina Frewen  [no ref. or date]

Letters from Stephen Frewen  FRE/4180  1863-1915

Administrative history:
Stephen Frewen (1857-1933), the sixth son of Thomas [IV] Frewen (1811-1870) and his second wife Helen Louisa Homan (1821-1901), was born on 11 August 1857 at Northiam. He attended Mr J Bond's school at Anderby, Lincolnshire and Mr Storr's school at Brenchley, Kent in 1867, where he his mother thought that 'some times he is too delicate to stay at school' (FRE/4173/(84)). Stephen was admitted as a pensioner at Trinity College, Cambridge on 25 May 1875, where he matriculated at Michaelmas 1875 before migrating to Magdalene College on 30 April 1877.
He had a long military career: Stephen was appointed a Second Lieutenant in the 16th Queen's Lancers in 1878 and was promoted to Captain in 1886, Major in 1892 and Liuetenant-Colonel in 1900 Stephen was Aide-de-Camp to the Inspector-General of Cavelry in Ireland, 1888-1890. Adjutant in the Yeoman Cavalry, 1901-1906, and Deputy-Assistant-Adjutant and Quartermaster-General in Bermuda 1905-1909. During the South African War, 1900 he commanded 16th Queen's Lancers at the relief of Kimberley and Paardeberg, and was mentioned in dispatches. He served as Assistant-Adjutant and Quartermaster-General of the 68th (Welsh) Division, 1915-1917.
He resided at Sigston Castle and Winton in Kirby Sigston, Yorksire, which he had inherited from his uncle Charles Hay Frewen in 1878 and which he sold in 1924, and also at Charleton Musgrove, Somerset and Derrylea Lodge, Connemara, County Gallway. Stephen served as JP for Gallway and assumed the additional surname and arms of Laton in 1920. He died on 17 January 1933 at Charleton Musgrove. On 14 December 1880 he married Emily Augusta Peacock, the second daughter of Warren William Richard Peacocke of Efford Farm, Hampshire; in 1880 she was described by Helen Frewen as being 'certainly...a charming girl' (FRE/4172/(39)). In 1881 Stephen and wife were resident at the Museum Street Club Chambers. York Mint Yard, York (PRO RG 11/4717 fo 67 page 11). Following the death of his wife on 8 January 1922 he was remarried on 10 September 1924 to Laura Edmonds, the second daughter of Leslie Edmonds.
Stephen is often referred to as 'Ste' by his mother and as 'the Kid' by his brother Richard.

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Brickwall to his brothers thanking them for the valentines  FRE/4180/1  18 Feb 1863

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen wishing him happy birthday and with news of his cricketing exploits  FRE/4180/2  28 Jul 1866

Letter from Stephen Frewen to Edward Frewen about buying a balloon  FRE/4180/3  nd [c1866]

Letter from Stephen Frewen to Edward Frewen about the health of his pets and shooting rabbits  FRE/4180/4  nd [c1866]

Letter from Stephen Frewen to Edward Frewen about borrowing his ?dog called Flirt  FRE/4180/5  nd [wmk 1863]

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen hoping that he has recovered, endoresed with a sketch of a man-of-war  FRE/4180/6  10 Apr 1866

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen hoping that his leg is better and with news that he saw Flirt running about in the wood 'scratching at a rabbit hole, so I gave her a good switch with a stick'  FRE/4180/7  1 Apr 1871

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Wornstall in Wickham, Berkshire to Edward Frewen congratulating him on the birth of his son and his about his hunting exploits  FRE/4180/8  nd [12 Apr 1874]

Administrative history:
Thomas [V] Frewen of Brickwall (1874-1938), the eldest son of Colonel Edward Frewen (1850-1919) and Anne Mary Byng (-1922), was born on Saturday 11 April 1874 at 51 Eversfield Place, Hastings (FRE/4172/(3)).

Letter from Stephen Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen, Brickwall about his mare's ill-health  FRE/4180/9  nd [post-marked 5 May 1877]

Letter from Stephen Frewen, 11 Calverly Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/4180/10  nd [post-marked 12 Feb 1878]

Contents:
Thanking him for his advice 'am glad to think you take so much interest in my welfare. You say I am making an ass of myself with the Yanks (plural) you know one is married. I am glad you don't credit me with wanting to elope with her (she later deleted). Perhaps of the two evils, marriage would be better than breach of promise (the latter would bring disgrace on the family). So please get me a decent wedding present...but seriously, I am not making an ass of myself & don't intend to. If I was ass enough to want to marry, the Yank would be the last person I should wish for'

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Palmerston House, Chapelizod, Dublin to Edward Frewen about his hunting exploits  FRE/4180/11  6 Feb 1881

Letter from Stephen Frewen, 90 Onslow Gardens, Middlesex to Edward Frewen, Brickwall with general news  FRE/4180/12  7 Nov [post-marked 1881]

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Stapleton House, Dundalk to Edward Frewen, Northiam (rederected from Brevoort House, New York, United States of America]  FRE/4180/13  1 Oct [post-marked 1882]

Contents:
Concerning Moreton's Powder River Company and Richard's financial problems, his hunting exploits and that 'We have had an awful fellow sent to us named Howard, he comes from Canterbury. I think he will have to go, we propose sending him to the 3rd Hussars. He had the most snobbish lot of clothes ever seen, trousers as tight as my grooms & an evening waistcoat of black satin. I dined at mess the other night & we drew him made him try all his things on & destroyed the most objectionable'

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Stapleton House, Dundalk to Edward Frewen  FRE/4180/14  19 Nov 1882

Contents:
About Richard's finances and that their mother makes such a lot of mischief in the family because 'she repeats everything said by one member in writing to some other with a great many variations & inaccuaracies" with an extract from his letter to Moreton concerning the £5,000 he has invested in his scheme

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Stapleton House, Dundalk to Edward Frewen  FRE/4180/15  12 Dec 1882

Contents:
Concerning Richard and Moreton's affairs, and complaints about the behaviour of his lawyer - 'James [?Edward W James of Ely Place, London] after telling me in the summer...that when my account was made up, I should be about square, sent me one with a balance in his favour of £300, with some villainous items. For instance "To attending Mr Ford who on behalf of Mr W H Smith asked if this property (Remenham) was for sale, discussing & arranging to make enquiries" when he knew perfectly well it was entailed. Besides I can't see that because Mr Smith enquires about Remenham that I should pay, on that principle I might be ruined. The estimate for the farm was £1500, James would not let me have it done by contract & I suppose this is the reason. James paid about 50 cheques to brick merchants, labourers &c, every one put 6s 8d into his pocket. Altogether the farm cost £3,257. I am certain he is a scoundrel'

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Stapleton House, Dundalk to Edward Frewen informing that he has to go to Londonderry tomorrow as escort for the Lord Liuetenant - 'a horrid nuisance'  FRE/4180/16  1 Jun 1883

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Palmeston House, Chapelizod, Dublin to Edward Frewen concerning his horse and that 'the new baby [his daughter] is getting on very well, she is to be called Inagh I believe'  FRE/4180/17  6 Sep 1885

Administrative history:
His daughter Inagh died unmarried on 18 June 1915.

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen  FRE/4180/18  4 Jan 1887

Contents:
Concerning his ill-health and his attempts to exchange his commission into the 17th Lancers in India because 'it is rather a struggle for existence living at home just at present'

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Egerton Arms, Broxton, Cheshire to Edward Frewen concerning his finances  FRE/4180/19  12 May 1891

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Tarvin Sands, Chester, Cheshire to Edward Frewen  FRE/4180/20  13 Apr [1894]

Administrative history:
The Chief Constable, Major George Bentinck Luxford, died of pneumonia on 25 March 1894, and he was succeeded by Major Hugh Graham Lang on 24 June 1894 (R V Kyrke History of East Sussex Police 1840-1967).

Contents:
Enclosing printed testamonials from Charles Bourke, Chairman of the Prisons Board, Dublin Castle, 16 Apr 1894 and General Sir Charles C Fraser, London, former Inspector General of Cavalry, 18 Apr 1894 written in support of his application for the post of Chief Constable of East Sussex

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning the behaviour of Moreton and Richard  FRE/4180/21  13 Jan 1895

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Tarvin Sands, Chester, Cheshire to Edward Frewen informing him that Kitty is dangerously ill and about Louisa's court case concerning a lamp from a shop  FRE/4180/22  28 Jan 1895

Administrative history:
On 21 March 1891 Richard Frewen married Katherine Maria Wollaston, the widow of Colonel Wollaston late of the Bengal Cavalry and daughter of Robert Affleck. She died on 26 January 1895.

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Tarvin Sands, Chester, Cheshire to Edward Frewen concerning his horse  FRE/4180/23  Easter Sunday [?14 Apr 1895]

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Tarvin Sands, Chester, Cheshire to Edward Frewen  FRE/4180/24  24 Jul 1895

Administrative history:
Hugh Cecil Lowther (1857-1944), 5th Earl of Lonsdale, was the Honorary Colonel of the Westmorland and Cumberland Voluntary Regiment.

Contents:
Wishing him happy birthday and about his trip 'to examine Lonsdale at Penrith for his promotion. It was rather amusing as it was their inspection day (Westmorland & Cumberland) one most joyously got up affair you ever saw, red Hussars with red shell jackets strictly laced with silver. It certainly looked very smart, but otherwise was an extremely bad regiment. I found the adjutant very seedy with bronchitis & so I did his duty at the inspection. I had a very grateful letter from the Colonel subsequently: he knew next to nothing, but Lonsdale fairly astonished me. Gough said to me I expect he knows a good deal & I said I didn't think he knew anything, but he was wonderful. We asked him to do all sorts of trigonometry problems & he never hesitated or lost his head or got flurried & was always right. He would have made a fine cavalry officer'

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Tarvin Sands, Chester, Cheshire to Edward Frewen  FRE/4180/25  28 Aug 1896

Contents:
Concerning the memorial service for Richard Frewen, details of Richard's will and Moreton's unhappiness at his share - 'I don't think anyone realises the shifts we have been put to & that till General Peacock's death we only had £600 a year besides our pay to bring up a large family on!'

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Tarvin Sands, Chester, Cheshire to Edward Frewen concerning Moreton's reaction to the provisions of Richard's will  FRE/4180/26  31 Aug 1896

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Tarvin Sands, Chester, Cheshire to Edward Frewen concerning Moreton's reaction to the provisions of Richard's will  FRE/4180/27  3 Sep 1896

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Tarvin Sands, Chester, Cheshire to Edward Frewen concerning his hunting exploits, Moreton's reaction to the provisions of Richard's will  FRE/4180/28  5 Sep [blank] [1896]

Letter from Stephen Frewen, 11 Caverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning Moreton's reaction to the provisions of Richard's will  FRE/4180/29  6 Sep 1896

Letter from Stephen Frewen, SS Brittanica off Tunis to Edward Frewen concerning Moreton's reaction to the provisions of Richard's will and the conditions aboard the ship  FRE/4180/30  17 Sep 1896

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Lucknow, N W P [North West Provinces], India to Edward Frewen  FRE/4180/31  12 Oct 1896

Contents:
Concerning his journey via the Red Sea, the bubonic plague at Bombay, that his commanding officer is 'perhaps a little too good natured', the famine and that they leave next month for Umballa

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Lucknow, North West Provinces, India to Edward Frewen concerning the fever and his suffering from dysentery, and the famine  FRE/4180/32  28 Oct 1896

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Umballa, Punjab, India to Edward Frewen  FRE/4180/33  9 Nov 1896

Contents:
Concerning the improvement in the climate from Lucknow, the three British infantry regiments garrisoned there (Bedfordshire, Queen's and Black Watch), the racing and pig-sticking activities

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Umballa, Punjab, India to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4180/34  7 Dec 1897

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Umballa, Punjab, India to Edward Frewen with news about army life  FRE/4180/35  19 Jan 1898

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Umballa, Punjab, India to Edward Frewen with news about army life and his hunting exploits  FRE/4180/36  14 Mar 1898

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Umballa, Punjab, India to Edward Frewen about sending him a photograph of Brickwall and his finances  FRE/4180/37  28 Mar [blank] [1898]

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Tashgam, Kashmir, India to Edward Frewen, Brickwall concerning his finances, the outbreak of cholera at Umballa, his journey from Leh and the animals that he shot  FRE/4180/38  19 Jun 1898

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Leh Ladakh, Kashmir, India to Edward Frewen concerning his hunting exploits  FRE/4180/39  4 Jun 1898

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Srinagar, Kashmir, India to Edward Frewen sending him a small silver sweet-dish from Srinagar for his silver wedding anniversary and with news of his finances  FRE/4180/40  9 Jul 1898

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Umballa, Punjab, India to Edward Frewen with news about army life  FRE/4180/41  4 Aug 1898

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Umballa, Punjab, India to Edward Frewen, Kingswear Lodge, Kingswear, Devon assuring him that he doesn't 'dislike advice any more than a duck minds having water poured on his back!' and with news about army life  FRE/4180/42  4 Sep [post-marked 1898]

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Umballa, Punjab, India to Edward Frewen with news about army life and his attack of dysentery  FRE/4180/43  16 Oct 1898

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Umballa, Punjab, India to Edward Frewen with news about army life  FRE/4180/44  20 Nov 1898

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Umballa, Punjab, India to Edward Frewen with news about army life  FRE/4180/45  nd [?1898]

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Charlton Musgrove, Somerset to 'Dear old chap' stating that he has had a letter of condolence from Edward Frewen and that the funeral is on 25 Jun  FRE/4180/46  22 Jun 1915

Administrative history:
His daughter Inagh died unmarried on 18 June 1915.

Letter from Stephen Frewen to Edward Frewen with arrangements for their hunting  FRE/4180/47  nd [c1874]

Fragment of a letter from Stephen Frewen to [Edward Frewen] concerning Moreton's reaction to the provisions of Richard's will  FRE/4180/48  nd [Aug - Sep 1896]

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning Moreton's reaction to the provisions of Richard's will  FRE/4180/49  nd [Aug - Sep 1896]

Letter from Stephen Frewen, London to Edward Frewen concerning Moreton's reaction to the provisions of Richard's will  FRE/4180/50  Tuesday 3rd [blank] [?1896]

Letter from Stephen Frewen, 18 Chapel Street, Park Lane, London to Edward Frewen  FRE/4180/51  31 Dec [blank] [?1882]

Administrative history:
The Rev Augustus Anthony Aylward of Brede (1816-1885) was married twice, secondly on 21 February 1850 at Christ Church St Marylebone to Mary Frewen (1833-1863), the daughter of Thomas [IV] Frewen..

Contents:
Concerning James's [?Edward W James of Ely Place, London] refusal to retire as a trustee and his threatened payment of £6,000 to Aylward, that we had 'an awful row at Tunbridge Wells. The mum chiefly at the instigation of Louisa abused Tathers [his wife Emily Augusta] like a pickpocket because I happened to make myself a little unpleasant. They really insulted the poor little thing so much that I don't think she will go back there again. They told her that she had stayed much too long, that she wasn't half grateful for the way Louisa had amused her, that she tried to set me at variance with my family, that we only went there because no-one else would take us in'

Letter from Stephen Frewen, 11 Museum Street [York] to Edward Frewen concerning the activities of his brothers, Moreton and Richard, in America  FRE/4180/52  20 Mar [blank] [?1881]

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Yorkshire Club, York to Edward Frewen concerning his letter to Moreton  FRE/4180/53  nd [?1881]

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Ruthin, Denbighshire to Edward Frewen concerning Moreton's dispute about money and his hunting exploits  FRE/4180/54  19 Jan [blank]

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Junior Army and Navy Club, Grafton Street, London to Edward Frewen  FRE/4180/55  [blank] [?1880s]

Contents:
Informing him that his 'letter was particularly offensive. I am not going to marry Miss Sumner for her money as you so delicately put it. I should be a great fool to do that for I am better off in a pecuniary point of view as a bachelor with my present income...I consider now looking at it coolly that your letter was quite ungentlemanly & of course now that you have shewed me what a very bad opinion of me you had & after the way in which you have spoken of my wife to be, we shall not be on good terms in future'; Saturday night

Letter from Stephen Frewen, Junior Army and Navy Club, Grafton Street, London to Edward Frewen  FRE/4180/56  [blank] [?1880s]

Contents:
Informing him that he is to marry Miss Sumner and that he would have told him before only 'Mrs Buckley Matthew (awful woman) has only just given in. Don't tell anyone but Nan [his wife] & don't write & tell me I'm a fool &c because it isn't polite & it won't make any difference'; Sunday night

Letters from Anne Louisa Frewen, Eleanor Carter and Selina Powel  FRE/4181  1860-1877

Administrative history:
Anne Louisa Frewen (1855-1931), the daughter of Thomas [IV] Frewen (1811-1870) and his second wife Helen Louisa Homan of County Kildare (1821-1901), was born at Northiam on 29 July 1855 and she died unmarried on 29 April 1931. In September 1885 it was reported by her mother that she was 'engaged to be married to Colonel Thomas of Llanthomas. He is a most excellant man so I ought to be thankful but I am not feeling so at present as he is a stranger still to me...He is 45 and nothing to recommend him as to exterior, being stout & bald & like in a smaller degree C[harles] H[ay] F[rewen]ll...He must inherit from an aunt now nearly 80 a very nice property & place Allensmore Court in Herefordshire, but at present has but very little' (FRE/4172/(44)). She was the author of History of Brickwall (1909). Since she was generally known within the family as Louisa rather than Ann, it has been decided to refer to her as such throughout this section..
Eleanor Carter (née Frewen) (1842- ), the daughter of Thomas [IV] Frewen (1811-1870) and his first wife Anne Carus Wilson (1803-1844), was born at Northiam on 10 October 1842. She married Captain Edward Carter formerly of the 90th Regiment sometime after January 1871 (FRE/4181/(60)). In 1881 they were living at 2 Chesham Place. Brighton when the family consisted on Edward (48, born at Addington, Surrey), Eleanor (38) and their children Alice E (8, born at Cowfold), Gerard E (7, born at Cowfold), Dorothy S (6, born at Cowfold) and Mary (4, born at Cowfold).
Selina Powel (née Frewen) (1835-1908), the daughter of Thomas [IV] Frewen (1811-1870) and his first wife Anne Carus Wilson (1803-1844), was born at Northiam on 10 September 1835. She married twice, firstly Charles Vickers of Wormstall, Berkshire at St Georges Hanover Square, London on 28 November 1874 (FRE/4181/(39)) and secondly on 9 June 1881 to Hugh Powell Powel (1822-1907) of Castell Madoc, Brecknockshire. He died on 26 May 1907 and she on 24 July 1908.

Letter from Louisa Frewen, Brickwall to her brothers thanking them for the valentines  FRE/4181/1  17 Feb 1863

Letter from Louisa Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4181/2  6 Jul [blank] [c1865]

Letter from Louisa Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen informing him that at the forthcoming Northiam fair 'a man...is going to walk seven m [?miles] in seven minutes & he is going to hop & walk backwards' and that there are many birds' nests in the garden  FRE/4181/3  [blank] Apr 1866

Letter from Louisa Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with family news  FRE/4181/4  29 Oct 1866

Letter from Louisa Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning the death of his young canary but that his other animals are alright  FRE/4181/5  nd [?1866-1867]

Letter from Louisa Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning the birth of Bigo's kittens, her visit to Calais  FRE/4181/6  nd [?1866-1867]

Letter from Louisa Frewen to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4181/7  Monday [wmk 1863]

Letter from Helen Frewen to Edward Frewen, Westhall, Wangford, Suffolk about Stephen shooting rabbits and the death of Juno [?a dog]  FRE/4181/8  11 Feb 1867

Letter from Louisa Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning his (unnamed) dog  FRE/4181/9  24 Mar 1867

Letter from Louisa Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the death of his aunt Frances and the funeral at Northiam, endorsed with a note from Helen Frewen that her cousin Mrs Jones died last Wednesday [13 February]  FRE/4181/10  18 Feb 1867

Administrative history:
Frances Frewen (née Woodgate), the wife of Charles Hay Frewen, was buried at Northiam on 16 February 1867 (PAR 431/1/5/2)

Letter from Louisa Frewen, West Heath [House], Abbey Wood, Kent to Edward Frewen about her attack of the measles and that she is going to stay with uncle Brin [Brinsley Sheridan Homan] at Norwood  FRE/4181/11  9 Jun [blank] [c1867]

Letter from Louisa Frewen, Somerset House, Lansdowne Place, Brighton to Edward Frewen about the other girls [?at the school] suffering from measles  FRE/4181/12  13 Mar 1868

Letter from Louisa Frewen, Somerset House, Lansdowne Place, [Brighton] to Edward Frewen about her exams and asking which college at Cambridge he will be attending  FRE/4181/13  13 Jun 1868

Letter from Louisa Frewen, Somerset House, Lansdowne Place, [Brighton] to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4181/14  27 Jun 1868

Letter from Louisa Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen, Westhall, [Wangford, Suffolk] wishing him a happy birthday, warning him that it is her birthday next week and that she has been dressing her visitor, Berry Melville, as 'a ghost'  FRE/4181/15  23 Jul 1868

Letter from Louisa Frewen, West Heath [House], Abbey Wood, Kent to Edward Frewen about his sprained wrist  FRE/4181/16  2 Sep 1868

Letter from Louisa Frewen, West Heath House, Abbey Wood, Kent to Edward Frewen with news about the school and their visit to the Crystal Palace  FRE/4181/17  24 Oct 1868

Letter from Louisa Frewen, West Heath [House, Abbey Wood, Kent] to Edward Frewen chiding him about not having written to her  FRE/4181/18  26 Nov 1868

Letter from Louisa Frewen, West Heath [House, Abbey Wood, Kent] to Edward Frewen thanking him for writing to her  FRE/4181/19  5 Dec 1868

Letter from Louisa Frewen, West Heath [House], Abbey Wood, Kent to Edward Frewen about her bad cold  FRE/4181/20  9 Feb 1869

Letter from Louisa Frewen, West Heath [House], Abbey Wood, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning the departure of her singing teacher Mr Martin and that his replacement is 'a Lady who is very stupid but she teaches us better than he did'  FRE/4181/21  19 May 1869

Receipt for £1 3s 2d from Hills and Saunders, The Oxford Photographic Gallery, 10 Corn Market Street, Oxford for supplying 17 carte-de-visites to Edward Frewen  FRE/4181/22  7 Jun 1869

Letter from Louisa Frewen, West Heath [House, Abbey Wood, Kent] to Edward Frewen about his latest accident  FRE/4181/23  27 May [blank] [1871]

Letter from Louisa Frewen, West Heath [House, Abbey Wood, Kent] to Edward Frewen informing him that their concert, in which she is playing a duet, is on Wednesday 19 Jul  FRE/4181/24  6 Jul [1871]

Letter from Louisa Frewen, West Heath [House, Abbey Wood, Kent] to Edward Frewen about the concert  FRE/4181/25  20 Jul [blank] [1871]

Letter from Louisa Frewen, 21 Warrior Square, [Hastings] to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4181/26  nd [wmk 1870]

Letter from Louisa Frewen, West Heath [House, Abbey Wood, Kent] to Edward Frewen about his latest accident  FRE/4181/27  27 Mar [blank] [?1871]

Letter from Louisa Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen about his travel arrangements for getting to Brickwall and with family news  FRE/4181/28  14 Apr [blank] [wmk 1870]

Letter from Louisa Frewen, St Leonards to Edward Frewen, Brickwall concerning the birth of his son  FRE/4181/29  nd [post-marked 3 Oct 1877]

Administrative history:
Edward Laton Frewen (1877-1941), the son of Colonel Edward Frewen (1850-1919) and Anne Mary Byng (c1853-1922).

Letter from Louisa Frewen, 11 Calverley Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning their mother's finances and the money which Moreton owes her  FRE/4181/30  6 May [blank] [?1890s]

Letter from Louisa Frewen, West Heath [House, Abbey Wood, Kent] to Edward Frewen asking to send her one of his photographs [?carte-de-visite] and that they are to visit Burlington House to look at the paintings  FRE/4181/31  17 Feb [blank] [?1870]

Contents:
Edward purchased 17 carte-de-visites on 7 Jun 1869 (FRE/4181/(22)).

Letter from Louisa Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning their mother's finances  FRE/4181/32  nd [?1870s]

Letter from Louisa Frewen, Enderby Hall, Enderby, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4181/33  nd [?1870s]

Letter from Louisa Frewen to Edward Frewen concerning their mother's finances  FRE/4181/34  nd [?1870s]

Letter from Louisa Frewen to Richard Frewen  FRE/4181/35  nd [?1870s]

Contents:
Chiding him for having made 'mischief in the family' with his comments about Edward - 'in all your disagreements with the rest of the family, I have always maintained hitherto that you meant well, but now I see that what you call plain speaking is only another word for making mischief'

Letter from Louisa Frewen, Tunbridge Wells, Kent to Edward Frewen concerning a cause in Chancery about James's handling of estate matters  FRE/4181/36  16 Dec [blank] [?1882]

Contents:
This letter can probably be dated to 1882 (FRE/4180/(51)).

Letter from Selina Frewen, 14 Eversfield Place, St Leonards to Edward Frewen informing him that 'our idiot boy is not yet elected & if you would be so kind as again to give your votes to him we shall be extremely grateful' and with family news  FRE/4181/37  2 Apr 1860

Letter from Selina Frewen, Cold Overton, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen with general news and about how good the hunting is locally  FRE/4181/38  7 Feb 1866

Letters from Selina Frewen, Wormstall, Berkshire to Edward Frewen  FRE/4181/39  30 Oct 1874

Contents:
Thanking him for congratulating her on her forthcoming marriage which will take place on 28 Nov at St George Hanover Square - 'I am sure you will not think that I mean anything unkind towards yourself, when I say I thought of asking Morty [Moreton] & Louisa to represent my young brothers & sisters, instead of yourself

Letters from Selina Frewen, Cold Overton, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen concerning his accident and asking about Cambridge  FRE/4181/40  nd [?1871]

Letters from Selina Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4181/41  nd [pre-1870]

Letters from Selina Frewen, 21 Warrior Square, [Hastings] to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4181/42  nd [?1871]

Letters from Selina Frewen, 23 Leamington Road, Westbourne Park, London to Edward Frewen cancelling their proposed visit to Cambridge due to their father's ill-health  FRE/4181/43  nd [wmk 1867]

Letters from Selina Vickers, Wormstall, Berkshire to Edward Frewen congratulating him on the birth of his son  FRE/4181/44  nd [Oct 1877]

Contents:
Since Selina was married on 28 November 1874 the son refered to must be Edward Laton Frewen (born about 3 October 1877) rather than Thomas [V] Frewen (born on 11 April 1874).

Letters from Selina [Frewen], Hotel Grande Bretagne, Bellagio, Lake Como, Italy to Edward Frewen about his exams and the death of Charles Martin  FRE/4181/45  nd [c1871]

Letters from Selina Powel, Parish's Hotel, George Street, Hanover Square, London to Edward Frewen enclosing a cheque for £30  FRE/4181/46  23 May [blank] [post-1881]

Administrative history:
Selina married Hugh Powell Powel (1822-1907) of Castell Madoc, Brecknockshire on 9 June 1881.

Letters from Selina Powel, Wormstall, Berkshire to Edward Frewen sending a cheque for £45 and concerning the death of Richard's wife Kitty  FRE/4181/47  7 Feb [blank] [1894]

Administrative history:
Richard Frewen's wife, Katherine Maria Wollaston, widow of Colonel Wollaston formerly of the Bengal Cavalry and daughter of Robert Affleck, bt, died on 26 January 1894.

Letters from Selina Powel, Castle Madoc, Brecknockshire to Tom [Thomas [V] Frewen] about his change in career  FRE/4181/48  nd [post-1881]

Letter from Selina Powel, Castle Madoc, Brecknockshire to Edward Frewen concering a memorial for Richard in the Frewen mausoleum at Northiam  FRE/4181/49  30 Jun [post-1896]

Letter from Eleanor Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen  FRE/4181/50  1 May 1860

Contents:
Sending him some foreign stamps and informing him that Moreton and Dick [Richard] 'have been dressing up like chimney sweeps this morning and have been showing themselves in the village', that they expect Jack [John] next week on the Vision and that they will then sail to the Baltic or Mediterranean

Letter from Eleanor Frewen, Cold Overton, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen concerning his activities at school in Suffolk and that she is learning to ride  FRE/4181/51  20 Nov 1865

Letter from Eleanor Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning croquet, her horse and the re-painting of the front of the house  FRE/4181/52  11 Jun 1866

Letter from Eleanor Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning her stay at Leasam [House, Rye] where she met Edith Smart, a stammerer  FRE/4181/53  15 Oct 1866

Letter from Eleanor Frewen, 13 Robertson Terrace, Hastings to Edward Frewen concerning her visit to Crowhurst to see the Papillons  FRE/4181/54  1 Nov 1866

Letter from Eleanor Frewen, 13 Robertson Terrace, Hastings to Edward Frewen with general news and the wreck of a collier at Hastings  FRE/4181/55  28 Nov 1866

Letter from Eleanor Frewen, 13 Robertson Terrace, Hastings to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4181/56  1 Apr 1867

Letter from Eleanor Frewen, Cold Overton, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen complaning that it is nearly a year since she last saw him  FRE/4181/57  4 Jun 1868

Letter from Eleanor Frewen, Woldringfold [in Cowfold] to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4181/58  2 Nov 1868

Letter from Eleanor Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the death of Susan [?a servant] at Woodlands [Ore]  FRE/4181/59  13 Nov 1868

Administrative history:
Susanna Catherine Faulkner (aged 38) was buried at Northiam on 16 November 1868 (PAR 431/1/5/2).

Letter from Eleanor Frewen, 31 Sussex Square, Brighton to Edward Frewen  FRE/4181/60  21 Jan 1871

Contents:
Informing him of her engagement to Captain Carter - 'I hope you won't be too much shocked at the want of romance in maryinga man 10 years my senior' and that 'he first proposed for me 9 years ago & since that time has been for years in India'

Letter from Eleanor Carter, Highfield Park, Winchfield, Hampshire to Edward Frewen concerning their stay at Highfield with her husband's brother-in-law  FRE/4181/61  7 Jul [blank] [post-1871]

Letters from his wife Anne Mary (née Byng)  [no ref. or date]


Related information: The archive of the Cranmer-Byng family of Quendon Hall, 16th - 20th centuries is held by the Essex Record Office (D/DYv).

Administrative history:
Anne Mary Frewen (née Byng), the third daughter of Captain Henry Byng, RN of Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex (1811-1881) and his first wife Mary Anne Webb (died 25 November 1852), was born at Rickling, Essex in about 1853. Anne married Colonel Edward Frewen (1850-1919) on 26 June 1873 and she died on 11 May 1922. Anne was commonly referred to by the family in the letters as 'nan' or 'Nannie', and after her marriage she signed many of her letters to Edward as 'Tye'.
Captain Henry Byng, RN of Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex (1811-1881), the eldest son of Vice-Admiral Henry Dilkes Byng (died 24 September 1860), who was the fourth son of John Byng (1743-1813), 5th Viscount Torrington, and Maria Jane Clerke (died 17 May 1874) the daughter of J B Clerke, was born at Halifax, Yorkshire on 11 September 1811. He married twice, firstly on 10 June 1839 to Mary Anne Webb (died 25 November 1852), the only child of William Webb of The Views, Essex, and secondly on 9 June 1857 to Mary Gubbins (died 1895) the eldest daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Gubbins of Belmont, [?Bedhampton], Hampshire. He died on 2 June 1881.

Letters from his wife Anne  FRE/4182  1873-1875

Letter from Anne Byng to Edward Frewen thanking him for his letter, that her parents will see him tomorrow and that she must return to Coghurst [in Westfield]  FRE/4182/1  2 Mar 1873

Number not used  FRE/4182/2  [n.d.]

Letter from Anne Byng, Coghurst Hall [in Westfield] to Edward Frewen, Brickwall with general news  FRE/4182/3  3 Mar 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, 17 Eversfield Place, Hastings to Edward Frewen inviting him to dinner  FRE/4182/4  10 Mar 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, 17 Eversfield Place, Hastings to Edward Frewen concerning his recent visit  FRE/4182/5  12 Mar 1873

Incomplete letter from Anne Byng, 17 Eversfield Place, Hastings to Edward Frewen  FRE/4182/6  13 Mar 1873

Contents:
Informing him that her will be nearly £12,000, her visit to the pier and that 'if we do not get married soon I will lose my brain as I can't bear being separated from you'

Letter from Anne Byng, 17 Eversfield Place, Hastings to Edward Frewen with general news and her hopes that they will soon be married  FRE/4182/7  13 Mar 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, 17 Eversfield Place, Hastings to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4182/8  14 Mar 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, 17 Eversfield Place, Hastings to Edward Frewen concerning her happiness  FRE/4182/9  15 Mar 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, 17 Eversfield Place, Hastings to Edward Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/4182/10  16 Mar 1873

Administrative history:
Anne's brother, Lieutenant-Colonel Alfred Molyneux Byng (1840-1906), was married to Caroline Mary (died 31 January 1887), the daughter of Henry Tufnell of Tufnell Park, MP.

Contents:
Concerning his decision to ride in a steeplechase, that 'Alf & Caroline came in for church today & they are both here still. They both look very beaming today, but of course that little toad Lizzie B H was in church at Ch Ch [Christ Church] too, but luckily for me her grandmother is unwell, so she went off in a hurry'

Letter from Anne Byng, 17 Eversfield Place, Hastings to Edward Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/4182/11  17 Mar 1873

Administrative history:
Anne's sister, Edith Mary (-1900), married Cecil James Stephens of the 12th Lancers, on 16 September 1873.

Contents:
Concerning her walk with Edith to see 82 Marina 'but there was no sign of Mr Stephens. Just think Teddy darling, Edith is perfectly serious about him. Isn't it silly of her?'

Letter from Anne Byng, 17 Eversfield Place, Hastings to Edward Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/4182/12  18 Mar 1873

Contents:
Concerning her visit to the pier, that 'Edith & Mr Stephens have been "going it" like fun...they sat together this morning & again this afternoon. He did look such a mite & wears two hugh diamond rings'

Letter from Anne Byng, 17 Eversfield Place, Hastings to Edward Frewen, Brickwall hoping that he has forgiven her for her 'extreme naughtiness' and that she has kissed his photographs 'so much today I think they will soon lose their colour'  FRE/4182/13  24 Mar 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, 17 Eversfield Place, Hastings to Edward Frewen, Brickwall apologising for her 'nasty temper' that morning  FRE/4182/14  24 Mar 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, 17 Eversfield Place, Hastings to Edward Frewen, Brickwall concerning their meeting at the hunt, her opinion of Edith's love for C J Stephens  FRE/4182/15  25 Mar 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, 17 Eversfield Place, Hastings to Edward Frewen, Brickwall concerning her attempts to stop Edith speaking to C J Stephens and how much she is missing him  FRE/4182/16  26 Mar 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, 10 Stratton Street, London to Edward Frewen, Brickwall about how much she is missing him  FRE/4182/17  1 Apr 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, 10 Stratton Street, London to Edward Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/4182/18  2 Apr 1873

Contents:
Informing him that 'poor Fred was awfully disgusted at meeting Mr Cecil Stephens in St James's St & being greeted by a slap on the back & how are you "old fellow"' about how much she is missing him

Letter from Anne Byng, 10 Stratton Street, London to Edward Frewen, Brickwall about how much she is missing him  FRE/4182/19  2 Apr 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, 10 Stratton Street, London to Edward Frewen concerning the 'horrid dinner party' which is to be held there tonight  FRE/4182/20  3 Apr 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, Coghurst Hall [Westfield] to Edward Frewen hoping that he has now recovered from [?his illness], that [her sister-in-law] Caroline has written to Moreton to ask him to visit and 'Edith says she wants somebody to spoon'  FRE/4182/21  17 Apr 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, Coghurst Hall [Westfield] to Edward Frewen thanking him for his letter and telling him how much she has missed him  FRE/4182/22  23 Apr 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex to Edward Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/4182/23  11 May 1873

Contents:
Concerning the marriage settlement, the receipt of her locket today, with a letter from W and E Mumpriss, 32 Davies Street, Berkley Square, London to Anne concerning her locket, 10 May 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex to Edward Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/4182/24  12 May 1873

Contents:
Concerning her visit to Rickling church, the receipt of wedding presents and that 'some horrid man in the village has cut down 14 of those young elms I showed you planted along the road all through the village. It was done on Saturday night & as yet they have not been able to find out who has done it'

Letter from Anne Byng, Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex to Edward Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/4182/25  15 May 1873

Contents:
Concerning the visit by Dick [Richard] and Louisa Frewen and ther walk to the church, Rickling Green and Howells Hole where they 'sat in the cottage there while the old man played & sang on his fiddle. It was most discordant'

Letter from Anne Byng, Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex to Edward Frewen, Brickwall proposing that their wedding should be on 24 rather than 17 Jun and with family news  FRE/4182/26  16 May 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex to Edward Frewen  FRE/4182/27  17 May 1873

Contents:
Informing him that Edith arrived this morning & cooly informed me that Mr Cecil Stephens had asked her to marry him at Mrs Boyle's ball & that now she has come down here to talk to Papa. They are to exist on £900 a year & as Edith generally spends over £400 on nothing I think by the end of the first year they will be probably very miserable. Oh Teddy darling I am so unhappy about it. I never heard anything so disgusting in my life & I think I shall go frantic on the subject' and about the receipt of wedding presents

Letter from Anne Byng, Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex to Edward Frewen, Royal East Kent Mounted Rifles, The Club, Dover, Kent concerning Moreton's visit - he 'is charming & the family in general have lost their hearts to him'  FRE/4182/28  18 May 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex to Edward Frewen, 25 Waterloo Crescent, Dover, Kent  FRE/4182/29  21 May 1873

Contents:
Concerning Edith's desire to marry Mr Stephens - 'it is an awful bore that Edith wants to marry this little pig as I shall be horribly ashamed of him as a brother-in-law. I shall certainly never call him anything but Mr Stephens' - and enclosing the letter which she has received from Charles Hay Frewen, Cold Overton concerning her wedding presents, 19 May 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex to Edward Frewen, 25 Waterloo Crescent, Dover, Kent  FRE/4182/30  22 May 1873

Contents:
Concerning her bad cold and that 'Mr Cecil Stephens cannot make up £1000 a year, so there is to be no engagement, but they may write to each other & when somebody or other choses to die & leave them some of the "ready" then they may be done for, in every sense of the word I should think'

Letter from Anne Byng, Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex to Edward Frewen, 25 Waterloo Crescent, Dover, Kent concerning the date of their marriage and that she is going to the consecration of Widdington church tomorrow  FRE/4182/31  23 May 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex to Edward Frewen concerning the date of their wedding  FRE/4182/32  24 May 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex to Edward Frewen, Conservative Club, St James's Street, London concerning their wedding presents  FRE/4182/33  27 May 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex to Edward Frewen, Conservative Club, St James's Street, London with general news  FRE/4182/34  28 May 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex to Edward Frewen concerning the 'most fearful epistle' which she has received from Edith - 'the next thing I expect to hear is the meloncholy suicide of a young lady in Stratton St'  FRE/4182/35  29 May 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, 10 Stratton Street, London to Edward Frewen, Brickwall concerning her visit to the Royal Academy and with general news  FRE/4182/36  3 Jun 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, 10 Stratton Street, London to Edward Frewen, Brickwall concerning arrangements for their marriage  FRE/4182/37  4 Jun 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, 10 Stratton Street, London to Edward Frewen concerning her aunt's behaviour  FRE/4182/38  7 Jun 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex to Edward Frewen, 9 St James's Place, St James's Street, London concerning her arrangements for meeting him in London  FRE/4182/39  15 Jun 1873

Letter from Anne Byng, Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex to Edward Frewen, 9 St James's Place, St James's Street, London  FRE/4182/40  16 Jun 1873

Contents:
Informing him that 'Edith is simply idiotic about Mr Stephens. The more she talks of him, the more conceited I think him & when she will begin reading out his "twaddling" epistles it makes me positively sick'

Letter from Anne Frewen, I Belvedere Terrace [?London] to Edward Frewen, care of the Earl of Abergavenny, Eridge Castle [Frant] wishing him a happy new year  FRE/4182/41  31 Dec 1873

Letter from Anne Byng to Edward Frewen, 9 St James's Place [St James's Street, London] asking him to meet her at Bishop Gate Station  FRE/4182/42  nd [cJun 1873]

Letter from Anne Byng, 8 Bolton Street [London] to Edward Frewen concerning a wedding present  FRE/4182/43  nd [?May or Jun 1873]

Fragment of a letter from Anne Byng to Edward Frewen concerning their meeting tomorrow  FRE/4182/44  nd [?1873]

Letter from Anne Frewen, 1 Belvedere Terrace [?London] to Edward Frewen thanking him for his letter  FRE/4182/45  1 Jan 1874

Letter from Anne Frewen, 16 Eversfield Place, Hastings to Edward Frewen, Post Office, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire concerning her visit to the pier where she saw Lady Brassey 'in diamonds on a bath chair at full length'  FRE/4182/46  nd [post-marked 2 Mar 1874]

Letter from Anne Frewen, Coghurst Hall [Westfield] to Edward Frewen, York Hotel, Margate, Kent concerning their son Thomas  FRE/4182/47  nd [post-marked 23 May 1874]

Administrative history:
Thomas [V] Frewen, the eldest son of Colonel Edward Frewen (1850-1919) and Anne Mary Byng (1853-1922), was born on 11 April 1874 at 51 Eversfield Place, Hastings (FRE/4172/3).

Letter from Anne Frewen, Coghurst Hall [Westfield] to Edward Frewen, Brickwall (redirected from York Hotel, Margate, Kent) with general news  FRE/4182/48  nd [post-marked 25 May 1874]

Letter from Anne Frewen, Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex to Edward Frewen announcing her safe arrival  FRE/4182/49  15 Jun [1874]

Letter from Anne Frewen, Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex to Edward Frewen, Conservative Club, St James's Street, London concerning their son Thomas and asking about his visit to Ascot  FRE/4182/50  nd [post-marked 17 Jul 1874]

Letter from Anne Frewen, Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex to Edward Frewen with general news  FRE/4182/51  19 Jun 1874

Letter from Anne Frewen, Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex to Edward Frewen asking about his trip to Ascot and with general news  FRE/4182/52  nd [?Jun 1874]

Letter from Anne Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen informing him that Thomas is teething, announcing her safe arrival  FRE/4182/53  14 Jul [1874]

Letter from Anne Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen  FRE/4182/54  26 Aug 1874

Contents:
Informing him that 'Mr Burra had Mr Stewart Hardy, EBH & the Lambs to lunch. I think EBH drank too much for he told us of all the things he wished to see was a woman hanged & then offered himself as an escort to the show. Not that I wanted hi in the least the fat thing' and that 'Boo [their son Thomas] sends his love & lots of slobbers'

Letter from Anne Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen, Cold Overton, Leicestershire with general news  FRE/4182/55  nd [post-marked 27 Aug 1874]

Letter from Anne Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen, Conservative Club, St James's Street, London with general news  FRE/4182/56  nd [post-marked 28 Aug 1874]

Letter from Anne Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen, Conservative Club, St James's Street, London concerning the purchase of fireplaces  FRE/4182/57  nd [post-marked 30 Aug 1874]

Letter from Anne Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen, Royal East Kent Mounted Rifles, York Hotel, Margate, Kent  FRE/4182/58  nd [post-marked 17 May 1875]

Contents:
Informing him that she 'will try darling & be more nice & companiable to you. I know it must be dreadful for you having a wife who takes no interest in your pursuits but I do really Teddy, only someimes I feel tired & weak & then I get cross; but I'm going to be a better creature & more use to you'

Letter from Anne Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen, York Hotel, Margate, Kent with general news  FRE/4182/59  nd [post-marked 19 May 1875]

Letter from Anne Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen, York Hotel, Margate, Kent with general news  FRE/4182/60  20 May [post-marked 1875]

Letter from Anne Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen, 30 Adelaide Crescent, Brighton concerning her accident with the pony near Beckley church  FRE/4182/61  nd [post-marked 19 Jun 1875]

Letter from Anne Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen, 30 Adelaide Crescent, Brighton  FRE/4182/62  nd [post-marked 20 Jun 1875]

Contents:
Informing him that there was no church service this moring 'as poor Mrs Lord died last night' - she had 'got up quite well in the morning & went with Mr Lord to see Mrs Ransom who is very ill. When she returned she walked round the garden & then went upstairs. Mr Lord saw her making signs to him from her window & when he got upstairs she was in an apoplectic fit'

Letter from Anne Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen, Mitre Hotel, Maidstone, Kent with local news  FRE/4182/63  nd [post-marked 7 Jul 1875]

Letter from Anne Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen, Conservative Club, St James's Street, London  FRE/4182/64  13 Jul 1875

Contents:
Informing him that their son has walked unaided and that Lila Papillion, who is to be married in September at Crowhurst, 'was not very communicative on the subject of her new man'

Letter from Anne Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen concerning the presents she has received and with local news  FRE/4182/65  14 Jul 1875

Letter from Anne Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen  FRE/4182/66  15 Jul 1875

Contents:
Complaining about the rain - 'I am remarkably tired of the house & everything in general' - and that Mr Brassey has sent him a copy of his pamphlet on unarmoured ships - 'I shall read it when I want to go to sleep' - and that Boo [their son Thomas] fell and hit his head on his toy shelf

Letter from Anne Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen, The Sussex Hotel, Tunbridge Wells, Kent with general news  FRE/4182/67  28 Jul [post-marked 1875]

Letter from Anne Frewen, Brickwall to Edward Frewen, Grand Hotel, Brighton about the hay harvest, details of the letters which he has received  FRE/4182/68  29 Jul [post-marked 1875]

Letter from Anne Frewen, Beverley [post-marked Tunbridge Wells] to Edward Frewen, Pier Hotel, Southsea, Portsmouth concerning her visit to Eridge Caslte  FRE/4182/69  [post-marked 22 Aug 1875]

Letter from Anne Frewen, Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex to Edward Frewen, Brickwall announcing her safe arrival  FRE/4182/70  nd [post-marked 6 Sep 1875]

Letter from Anne Frewen, Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex to Edward Frewen, Brickwall concerning the hot weather and the activities of Boo [their son Thomas]  FRE/4182/71  nd [post-marked 17 Sep 1875]

Letter from Anne Frewen, Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex to Edward Frewen, Brickwall concerning the hot weather and with general news  FRE/4182/72  nd [post-marked 18 Sep 1875]

Letter from Anne Frewen, Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex to Edward Frewen, Brickwall informing him that she has been unwell due to the heat and that she hopes he will be comming tomorrow  FRE/4182/73  nd [post-marked 21 Sep 1875]

Letter from Anne Frewen, Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex to Edward Frewen, Brickwall with general news and that Boo [their son Thomas] 'has kissed & loved your photograph a great many times today'  FRE/4182/74  nd [post-marked 28 Sep 1875]

Letters from his wife Anne  FRE/4183  1876-1895

Letters from his grandmother Eleanor Frewen [Turner], his uncle Charles Hay Frewen, and his cousins John Martin, Selina Mabelle Martin and Robert Frewen Martin  [no ref. or date]


Related information: Charles Hay Frewen letters received, 1847-1875 are at the Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Record Office (DG6), while his letters to the Duke of Richmond, 1836-1860 are at the West Sussex Record Office.

Administrative history:
Eleanor Frewen [Turner] (née Clark) of Cold Overton (1786-1879), the daughter of Charles Clark of Westminster and his second wife Elizabeth Hay, was born on 16 January 1786 (FRE/3171). On 1 August 1808 at St John Westminster she married Colonel John Frewen [Turner] of Cold Overton (1755-1829). He died at Coventry on 1 February 1829 and was buried at Cold Overton; she died in 1879.
Charles Hay Frewen (1813-1878), the second son of Colonel John Frewen Turner (1755-1829) and Eleanor Clark (1786-1879), was born at Birmingham on 25 May 1813. He was admitted as a pensioner to Trinity College, Cambridge on 24 March 1832 where he matriculated at Michaelmas 1832. Charles succeeded to his father's estates at Sigston and Winton in Kirby Sigston, Yorkshire, he was JP for Leicestershire, Rutland, Sussex and Kent where he had estates which were acquired by purchase. He served as Deputy Lieutenant for Sussex and Rutland, High Sheriff of Leicestershire, 1866, MP for Eastern Sussex, 1846-1857. He stood unsuccessfully as a candidtate for North Leicestershire in 1868 but it was reported that he 'has made a mess of North Leicestershire. He's so mortifying & his bad spelling. Everyone laughing at him' (FRE/4174/(53)) and he 'made a sad mess of his election. He might have been returned had he not written that foolish letter' (FRE/4174/(52)). In 1856 he married Frances, the daughter of Henry Woodgate of Pembury, Kent, and widow of Musgrave Briscoe of Coghurst Hall, Westfield, MP. Frances was buried at Northiam, aged 60, on 16 February 1867 and he died on 1 September 1878 at Cold Overton Hall.
Rev John Martin of Stoney Stanton, Leicestershire (1848-1922), the son of the Rev Robert Martin of Ansty Pastures, Leicestershire (1809-1871) and his first wife Selina Frewen (1809-1852), was born at Cold Overton on 6 June 1848. He was educated at Harrow before he was admitted as a pensioner to Trinity College, Cambridge on 9 June 1865, where he matriculated at Michaelmas 1866 and was awarded a BA in 1870 and an MA in 1873. John was ordained as a deacon (Canterbury) in 1871 and as a priest in 1872, and he served as curate of Brenchley, Kent, 1871-1875 and rector of Stoney Stanton, Leicestershire, 1875-1885. On 31 December 1878 he married Sophia Constance Bosworth, the daughter of William Bosworth of Charley Hall, Loughborough, Leicestershire. Latterly he resided there and he died there on 13 April 1922.
Robert Frewen Martin of The Brand, Loughborough, Leicestershire (1842-1912), the son of the Rev Robert Martin of Ansty Pastures, Leicestershire (1809-1871) and his first wife Selina Frewen (1809-1852), was born at Cold Overton on 9 April 1842. He was educated at Harrow before he was admitted as a pensioner to Trinity College, Cambridge on 28 October 1859, where he matriculated at Michaelmas 1860, became a scholar in 1863 and was awarded a BA in 1864 and an MA in 1867. Robert sold the family estae at Ansty Pastures in 1901 having purchased The Brand, near Loughborough, Leicestershire in 1892. He was a JP for Leicestershire and a Director of the Mountsorrel Granite Company. On 30 October 1873 he married Henrietta Susan Larken, the daughter of the late Rev Edmund Roberts Larken of Burton, Lincolnshire. Robert died at The Brand on 21 December 1912 and his correspondence and papers, 1853-1891 are at the Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Record Office (DG6).

Letters from his grandmother Eleanor Frewen Turner and his uncle Charles Hay Frewen of Cold Overton Hall  FRE/4184  1853, 1870-1878

Letters from his cousins John, Selina Mabelle and Robert Frewen Martin of Leicestershire mainly concerning Edward's interest in the Mountsorrell Granite Company and other Leicestershire matters  FRE/4185  1817-1918

Letters from other relatives  FRE/4186  c1860-1920

Letters (also to Mrs Frewen) from his children Thomas Edward Laton and Violet Helen Frewen, and his grandchildren Reginald and John Frewen and Hilda Mary (Molly) Parsons  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Thomas [V] Frewen of Brickwall (1874-1938), the eldest son of Colonel Edward Frewen (1850-1919) and Anne Mary Byng (1853-1922), was born on 11 April 1874 at 51 Eversfield Place, Hastings (FRE/4172/3). He was educated at Winchester and Oxford Military College. Thomas Thomas was Captain and honorary Major in the 6th Battalion of the Royal Fusilliers, formerly a Captain in the Leicestershire Regiment and an Officer of the Greek Order of the Redeemer, On 8 September 1920 he married Elsie Maude Bowers of Guildeford Lodge Rye, the widow of the Rev W H Bowers, DD and daughter of Henry Blake. She died on 12 April 1928.
Edward Laton Frewen (1877-1941), the second son of Colonel Edward Frewen (1850-1919) and Anne Mary Byng (1853-1922), was born on about 3 October 1877 (FRE/4181/(29)). He was educated at the Royal Naval College, Portsmouth and the during the course of his career he was promoted to the rank of Captain. He served as a midshipman on board HMS Britannia and subsequently on HMS Cleopatra which formed part of the fleet on the North American Station, where his time was spent cruising between the West Indies and Newfoundland (FRE/902a-b). Edward later served in the South China Seas and during the First World War. In 1905 he married Ethel Lillian Salter, the daughter of W Salter. He died in 1941.
Violet Helen Frewen (-1946) the daughter of Colonel Edward Frewen of Brickwall (1850-1919) and Anne Mary Byng (1853-1922). She served in the First World War as Comendant of the Red Cross Auxilliary Hospital. Violet was awarded an MBE in 1920 and was appointed as a JP for Sussex in 1931. She died unmarried on 13 August 1946.
Reginald Edward Frewen (1905- ), the eldest son of Edward Laton Frewen (1877-1941) and Ethel Lillian Salter, was born on 31 October 1905. He was educated at Winchester On 6 September 1938 he married Mabel Inkster, the daughter of the late William Cullen Inkster of Trent River, Ontario, Canada.
Admiral John Byng Frewen (1911-1975), the second son of Edward Laton Frewen (1877-1941) and his wife Ethel Lilian Salter, was born on 28 March 1911. He entered the Royal Navy as a Dartmouth cadet and served on the cruisers HMS Caradoc and HMS London, and the aircraft carrier HMS Formidable on the Russian convoys during the Second World War. For a time he was in command of the inshore squadron in the Korean War and was also employed in sea support duties during operations against the Malayan terrorists. Following two years as commander of HMS Ospray, the anti-submarine establishment at Portland, he spent two years as Assistant Chief of Naval Inteligance to the Supreme Allied Commander Atlantic at NATO headquarters, Norfolk, Virginia. John commanded HMS Eagle, 1958-1959. In January 1957 he was appointed to command of the Imperial Defence College, until 1959, when he became Chief of Staff to the Commander-in-Chief Home Fleet, 1959-1961. He then went to be Flag Officer Second in Command of the Far East Fleet, 1961-1962 and, in 1962, was promoted vice-admiral, John was vice chief of Naval Staff, 1963 and he was appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Home Fleet, July 1965 and NATO Commander-in-Chief of the Eastern Atlantic in 1966, assuming the additional NATO post of Commander-in-Chief of the Channel. He was promoted to the rank of admiral in 1966. In 1967 he was appointed as Commander-in-Chief of Portsmouth; from 1969 to 1970 he was the first Commander-in-Chief of the Navy's new Naval Home Command. He was Principal Naval ADC to the Queen, 1968-1970, and was made a KCB in 1964 and GCB in 1969. On 13 December 1937 he married June Gwendolen Cazenove, the daughter of the late Major Percy Cazenove of 1 Glendower Place, London, OBE. He died on 1 September 1975.
Hilda Mary Parsons (née Frewen) (1915- ), the daughter of Edward Laton Frewen (1877-1941) and his wife Ethel Lilian Salter, was born on 20 September 1915. She was married on 14 February 1946 to Major John Michael Parsons of the Indian Army, the only surviving son of the Rev Richard Godfrey Parsons, Bishop of Hereford.

Letters from his son Thomas Frewen and daughter Violet Helen Frewen  FRE/4187  1893-1917

Letters to Mr and Mrs Frewen from their son Edward Laton Frewen  FRE/4188  1894-1922

Letters to Mr and Mrs Frewen from their grandchildren Reginald, John and Molly Frewen  FRE/4189  1915-1921

General correspondence from friends and acquaintances, begining with his childhood and school correspondence, sporting and political interests, military career, family and local matters  [no ref. or date]

General correspondence  FRE/4190  1855-1870

General correspondence  FRE/4191  nd [c1865-1870]

General correspondence  FRE/4192  1871

General correspondence  FRE/4193  1872

General correspondence  FRE/4194  nd [c1871-1872]

General correspondence  FRE/4195  nd [c1871-1872]

General correspondence  FRE/4196  1873

General correspondence  FRE/4197  1880-1887

General correspondence  FRE/4198  1890-1919

General correspondence  FRE/4199  nd [c1875-1890]

Correspondence as a member of the Sussex Registration Society concerning Parliamentary elections  [no ref. or date]

Letters  FRE/4200  1872, 1874, 1880-1883

Letters  FRE/4201  1884-1887

Letters  FRE/4202  1892, 1903-1905

Business correspondence  [no ref. or date]

Letters  FRE/4203  1866-1871

Contents:
The early years include letters from Thomas B Ayerst and Robert Trotter concerning game on the Brickwall estate and letters concerning his military career; after 1870 (on the death of his father) Edward begins receiving letters from the family solicitor (Edward James of Ely Place, London), from tenants of the Brickwall and Leicestershire estates

Letters  FRE/4204  1872-1874

Contents:
Correspondents include Edward James, Thomas B Ayerst and various tenants of the Brickwall estate, William Spencer and others concerning the Leicestershire estate

Letters: content as FRE/4204 but including several letters from Benjamin Adam of Oakham, Rutland  FRE/4205  1875-1879

Business letters  FRE/4206  1880-1884

Letter from Rev H L Watson, Sharnford, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen, Brickwall informing him that since the bishop has offered Mr Lomax the living of Stoke Golding, Leicestershire, that he has advised Mr ?Himan to resign the benefice of Sapcote and that he hopes his successor will be appointed without delay  FRE/4206/1  10 Jan 1880

Letter from Walter F Johnson, London Road, Leicester to Edward Frewen concerning the annual report of Trinity Church, Leicester and thanking him for appointing Mr Faithfull as their vicar  FRE/4206/2  15 Feb 1880

Letter from H E Paine, Rye to Edward Frewen, Brickwall complaining that Edward's 'unwarrantable and defamatory observations [concerning the defacement of vouchers] made...at the Meeting of the Rye Highway Board...in reference to me personally, were evidently made by premiditation, and intended to injure', 27 Mar 1880, with draft reply apologising for having made a mistake regarding the vouchers  FRE/4206/3  [n.d.]

Letter from Hugh Lowther, Catmose Cottage, Oakham, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen about his mother wishing to rent Cold Overton Hall, 6 May 1880, with letter from Emily Susan Lowther, dowager Duchess of Lonsdale, Villa Ratti, Cimily, Nice to Edward Frewen, Brickwall (re-directed from Cold Overton) about renting Cold Overton Hall  FRE/4206/4  19 Apr 1880

Letter from Frederick Crowder, Oxcombe House, Horncastle, Lincolnshire to Edward Frewen with a testamonial concerning George Morgan, first whip to a hunt, 24 Apr 1880, with letters from ?J W Foljambe concerning George Morgan, 19 Apr (1880) and from R Harmont Clapper, Northgate, Ross. Herefordshire concerning George Morgan  FRE/4206/5  24 Apr [1880]

Letter from Emily Susan Lowther, dowager Duchess of Lonsdale, Villa Ratti, Cimily, Nice to Edward Frewen, Brickwall about renting Cold Overton Hall  FRE/4206/6  19 May [1880]

Letter from William Spencer, Sapcote to Edward Frewen about draining land  FRE/4206/7  29 May 1880

Letter from William Connor Magee, Bishop of Peterborough, The Palace, Peterborough to Edward Frewen, Brickwall about the living of Cold Overton  FRE/4206/8  24 Jun 1880

Letter from Henry Burra, Rye to Edward Frewen about the church fund and Anne Frewen's trip to America  FRE/4206/9  26 Jun 1880

Letter from C E Charlesworth, Moor House, Stanley, Wakefield about a stable boy  FRE/4206/10  11 Oct 1880

Letter from F W Waters, Hill House, Leigham Court Road, Streatham, Surrey to Edward Frewen  FRE/4206/11  4 Nov 1880

Contents:
About Sir John Musgrove selling his lands in Northiam and Beckley if Edward were to sell him his lands in Newenden

Letter from F W Waters, Hill House, Leigham Court Road, Streatham, Surrey to Edward Frewen  FRE/4206/12  16 Nov 1880

Contents:
About a possible sale of lands by Sir John Musgrove

Letter from George Ellis, 8 Bolton Road, St John's Wood, Middlesex to Edward Frewen enclosing a deed of local interest which he recently purchased  FRE/4206/13  14 Dec 1880

Copy of a printed address on the subject of bi-metallism by Henry Chaplin, George Godolphin Osborne, Marquess of Carmarthen, Moreton Frewen and A Weston Jarvis to the chambers of agriculture of the United Kingdom  FRE/4206/14  nd [?1889]

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Edward Frewen  FRE/4206/15  28 Feb 1881

Contents:
Advising him that land called Lovett's Quarry in Sapcote (plan) is for sale at auction and that he ought to purchase it, 5 Jan 1881, with letter from Joseph Brown, 61 Portsmouth Road, Forest Hill, Kent to Edward Frewen requesting him to sit for his photograph so that it can be engraved for Baily's Magazine

Letter from Richard Fryer, Pickwell, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen about his rent  FRE/4206/16  9 Mar 1881

Letter from William Connor Magee, Bishop of Peterborough, The Palace, Peterborough to Edward Frewen about the living of Cold Overton  FRE/4206/17  14 Mar 1881

Letter from William Spencer, Sapcote to Edward Frewen about estate business  FRE/4206/18  23 Mar 1881

Letter from William Connor Magee, Bishop of Peterborough, The Palace, Peterborough to Edward Frewen, Brickwall about the living of Cold Overton  FRE/4206/19  9 May 1881

Letter from Rev J H M de Mowbray, Knossington Rectory, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/4206/20  6 Jul 1881

Contents:
Concerning the restoration of the church and the proposal to make the pews free and unappropriated, 6 Jul 1881, with a list of the houses to which pews are and are not allotted and a sketch plan showing the arrangement of the pews

Letter from Rev A Strand, Hinkley, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen accepting the living of Holy Trinity, Leicester  FRE/4206/21  9 Jul 1881

Letter from Connor Magee, Bishop of Peterborough, The Palace, Peterborough to Edward Frewen, Brickwall agreeing to institute the Rev Strand  FRE/4206/22  14 Jul 1881

Letter from Rev Henry O'Neill, Queniborough Vicarage, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen announcing his intention to resign the living  FRE/4206/23  30 Sep 1881

Letter from Rev Henry O'Neill, Queniborough Vicarage, Leicestershire to Edward Frewen  FRE/4206/24  7 Oct 1881

Contents:
Concerning his resignation, the poverty of the living, the money which he has spent improving the vicarage and stating, 'I have no doubt the late Mr Thomas Frewen, had he been living, would have offered me before now, a living with a better Income, in consideration of my service and the poverty of this Vicarage'

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Edward Frewen about his marriage settlement accounts  FRE/4206/25  22 Oct 1881

Letter from G Hyde Clarke, Hyde Hall, Cooperstown, Otsego County, New York to Edward Frewen concerning the sale of hops  FRE/4206/26  28 Oct 1881

Letter from G Hyde Clarke, Hyde Hall, Cooperstown, Otsego County, New York to Edward Frewen concerning the sale of hops  FRE/4206/27  4 Nov 1881

Notes concerning the acreages and rents paid for Brede Place and Hare Farm  FRE/4206/28  22 Nov 1881

Letter from Rev A A Isaacs, Christ Church Vicarage, Leicester supporting his curate, the Rev T H Austin, for the living of Queniborough  FRE/4206/29  19 Dec 1881

Letter from Rev Thomas H Austin, Albatross Villa, Humberstone Road, Leicester to Edward Frewen applying for the living of Queniborough  FRE/4206/30  20 Dec 1881

Letter from Edward C Hodgson, Ashburnham appealing for funds to complete the dredging of the Tillingham River  FRE/4206/31  27 Dec 1881

Letter from Rev Thomas H Austin, Albatross Villa, Humberstone Road, Leicester to Edward Frewen thanking him for presenting him to the living of Queniborough  FRE/4206/32  3 Jan 1882

List of the consols in the hands of Edward Frewen, G C Courthope and Thomas Papillon (as trustees of the East Sussex, Hastings and St Leonards Infirmary)  FRE/4206/33  nd (?1880s)

Statement of account of the capital account and income account of Henry Webb's trust settlement of 12 Aug 1854 for the children of the late Captain Henry Byng, RN of Quendon Hall  FRE/4206/34  Jan 1882

Letter from Messrs Young and Goodwin, Bank Buildings, Hastings, solicitors to Edward Frewen about offers to purchase the advowson of Northiam and that Mrs Lord would like to give him first refusal  FRE/4206/35  10 Apr 1882

Note of Edward Frewen's debt of £2 11s 7d to the East Sussex Hunt steeplechases  FRE/4206/36  12 Apr 1882

Note of the measurement of the oak tree uprooted at Brickwall  FRE/4206/37  29 Apr 1882

Letter from ?(illegible), 24 Park Lane, Westminster to Edward Frewen about an improved plan of the kennels  FRE/4206/38  19 Jul 1882

Letter from Messrs Young and Goodwin, Bank Buildings, Hastings, solicitors to Edward Frewen, Brickwall about the advowson of Northiam  FRE/4206/39  28 Jul 1882

Letter from Thomas B Ayerst, Northiam to Edward Frewen about the state of his hops, the death of Mrs Longley of Millcorner, Northiam and other estate business  FRE/4206/40  23 Aug 1882

Letter from Thomas B Ayerst, Northiam to Edward Frewen about the state of his hops and other estate business  FRE/4206/41  7 Sep 1882

Letter from Edward W James, 23 Ely Place, London to Edward Frewen about leasing Cold Overton Hall  FRE/4206/42  22 Oct 1881

Letter from John ?Baefen, Balbirnie, Markinch, Fife, Scotland to Edward Frewen about his former servant Frederick Innes  FRE/4206/43  31 Oct 1882

Letter from Messrs Vivian, Gray and Company, 2 Drapers Gardens, Throgmorton Street, London to Edward Frewen, Northiam sending him the contract for the purchase of 30 Powder River shares  FRE/4206/44  25 Nov 1882

Letter from S Burrowes, 125 Victoria Park Road, South Hackney, London to Edward Frewen asking Edward to assent to his using Queen Anne's Bounty to settle his affairs  FRE/4206/45  27 Nov 1882

Letter from Messrs Vivian, Gray and Company, 2 Drapers Gardens, Throgmorton Street, London to Edward Frewen sending him the contract for the purchase of 170 Powder River shares  FRE/4206/46  28 Nov 1882

Letter from Johnson, Box 1141, Des Moines, Iowa to Edward Frewen about the state of his farming enterprise  FRE/4206/47  31 Dec 1882

Letter from Arthur H Wansey, 2 St Stephen's Chambers, Baldwin Street, Bristol to Edward Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/4206/48  30 Jan 1884

Contents:
Informing him that he is an executor of Mr Wellsted's will and that the next presentation to Brede will probably have to be sold, 12 Feb 1883, with letter from ?[indecipherable], 4 Bank Buildings, London to Edward Frewen about his investment in the International Cattle Company and the Anglo-American Cattle Company, 2 Jan 1883, circular from Edward Frewen, Northiam the Honorary Secretary of the fund for a testimonial to be presented to Sir Anchitel Ashburnham as an acknowledgment of his services as Honorary Secretary and Treasurer of the East Sussex Foxhounds, Mar 1883, copy of letter from Harry Oelrichs, General Manager of the Anglo-American Cattle Company, Cheyenne, Wyoming to Captain Francis Pavy, London about the poor state of the cattle market, 14 Nov 1883, copy of a letter from Harry Oelrichs, General Manager of the Anglo-American Cattle Company, Cheyenne, Wyoming to the Committee of English Shareholders reporting on the state of the company

Letter from Arthur H Wansey, 2 St Stephen's Chambers, Baldwin Street, Bristol to Edward Frewen, Brickwall informing him that he has had an offer of £3,000 for the next presentation to Brede  FRE/4206/49  9 Apr 1883

Letter from John H Rogers, 19 Chesham Place, Brighton to Mrs Helen Frewen with news that a member of his congregation has purchased the living of Brede and the ill health of the Rev Aylward  FRE/4206/50  13 Apr 1883

Letter from ?[indecipherable], 25 Grosvenor Square, Westminster concerning his need for a First Whip for the hunt  FRE/4206/51  24 Apr 1883

Letter from Messrs Vivian, Gray and Company, 2 Drapers Gardens, Throgmorton Street, London to Edward Frewen, Carlton Club, London informing him that they have secured 62 Powder River shares  FRE/4206/52  2 Jun 1883

Letter from Anchitel Ashburnham, Broomham, Guestling to Edward Frewen informing him that a testamonial in the form of a portrait would be most acceptable to his family  FRE/4206/53  22 Jul 1883

Letter from Charles E Beeching, Hastings Bank, Hastings to C A Egerton stating that Lord George Nevill's portrait was painted by Sidney Hodges  FRE/4206/54  24 Oct 1883

Letter from T Blake ?Wirgman, Littlefield, Marlborough, Wiltshire to Vandebur Crake enclosing a list of his charges for painting Anchitel Ashburnham's portrait  FRE/4206/55  24 Oct 1883

Letter from Messrs Vivian, Gray and Company, 2 Drapers Gardens, Throgmorton Street, London to Edward Frewen about the Powder River Cattle Company  FRE/4206/56  29 Oct 1883

Letter from Alfred H Burton, 18 Manson Place, Queen's Gate, London to H S Marriott about Anchitel Ashburnham's portrait  FRE/4206/57  3 Nov 1883

Letter from ?[unknown] to Edward Frewen about the account for the Battle Ball  FRE/4206/58  11 Nov 1883

Letter from Frank Hole, The Three Gables, Fitzjohns Avenue, London to Edward Frewen about Anchitel Ashburnham's portrait  FRE/4206/59  24 Nov 1883

Bill from the Tunbridge Wells Agricultural Association to Edward Frewen for exhibiting stock  FRE/4206/60  1883

Letter from Bertram Ashburnham, earl of Ashburnham, Ashburnham House, Dover Street, Westminster to Mr Egerton agreeing to give £10 towards Anchitel Ashburnham's portrait  FRE/4206/61  5 Dec 1883

Letter from J Wright, Rosemount, St Leonards appologising for the conduct Miss Mearns, a former pupil of his school, who had been employed by the Frewens  FRE/4206/62  20 Dec 1883

Letter from Fanny C Fendall, Woodcote House, Windlesham, Bagshot, Surrey with a testamonial for their former servant H Stephenson  FRE/4206/63  22 Feb 1884

Letter from Messrs Young and Goodwin, Bank Buildings, Hastings, solicitors to Edward Frewen, Brickwall about the sale of the advowson of Northiam  FRE/4206/64  21 Feb 1884

Letter from Frank Hole, The Three Gables, Fitzjohns Avenue, London to Edward Frewen  FRE/4206/65  1884

Contents:
Acknowledging payment of £300 for Anchitel Ashburnham's portrait, 13 Mar 1884, with receipt for 10 guineas for an illuminated address from Fred Foster, Hastings, 3 Jan 1885, receipt for 8s from Richard Goulden, 18a Rendezvous Street, Folkestone, printer, bookseller, stationer and bookbinder for supplying cards, Nov 1884, receipt for 3 guineas from H Vidler, 11 Wellington Place, Hastings for framing the illuminated address, 25 Dec 1884, letter from Fred Foster, Hill House, Hastings to Edward Frewen concerning the cost of the illuminated address, 24 Dec 1884 and a note of the expenses incurred

Reciept for 14s 3d from F J Parsons, The Hastings and St Leonards Observer for printing Anchitel Ashburnham's tesimonials  FRE/4206/66  Mar 1884

Letter from Charles E Beeching, Hastings Bank, Hastings to Edward Frewen, Northiam with an account of the Ashburnham Testimonial Fund  FRE/4206/67  9 Jun 1884

Letter from Bertram Ashburnham, earl of Ashburnham, 30 Dover Street, Westminster to Edward Frewen enclosing £10 towards Anchitel Ashburnham's portrait  FRE/4206/68  14 Jun 1884

Letter from Henry Vane, duke of Cleveland, Cleveland House to Edward Frewen enclosing £10 towards Anchitel Ashburnham's portrait  FRE/4206/69  23 Jun 1884

Letter from John Sherwood, 3 and 5 Sandgate Road, Folkestone, family grocer, house and estate agent, licensed valuer and appraiser to Edward Frewen about the terms for leasing 8 Cobb's Mews  FRE/4206/70  5 Jul 1884

Letter from Alfred E James, Oakham, Leicestershire (of Messrs James Son and James, 23 Ely Place, London) to Edward Frewen, 31 Augusta Gardens, Folkestone informing him that the case concerning Fryer has gone against them  FRE/4206/71  4 Jul 1884

Letter from Samuel Bate, The Limes, Stoney-Gate Road, Leicester to Edward Frewen, Brickwall concerning Fryer's case  FRE/4206/72  15 Jul 1884

Letter from Samuel Bate, The Limes, Stoney-Gate Road, Leicester to Edward Frewen, 31 Augusta Gardens, Folkestone concerning Fryer's case  FRE/4206/73  26 Jul 1884

Letter from Samuel Bate, The Limes, Stoney-Gate Road, Leicester to Edward Frewen about estate matters  FRE/4206/74  27 Jun 1884

Letter from Samuel Bate, The Limes, Stoney-Gate Road, Leicester to Edward Frewen, Brickwall about Sapcote Fields Farm  FRE/4206/75  2 Sep 1884

Letter from George C Courthope, Whiligh, Ticehurst to Edward Frewen concerning the consols in their names as trustees of the East Sussex, Hastings and St Leonards Infirmary  FRE/4206/76  16 Sep 1884

Letter from Thomas B Ayerst, Northiam to Edward Frewen on estate business  FRE/4206/77  30 Sep 1884

Letter from Henry Willett, Arnold House, Brighton on general matters  FRE/4206/78  30 Sep 1884

Letter from C Harris, Northiam to Edward Frewen, 31 Augusta Gardens, Folkestone about the land needed for an extension to the burial ground  FRE/4206/79  9 Oct 1884

Letter from Samuel Bate, The Limes, Stoney-Gate Road, Leicester to Edward Frewen, Folkestone about the Sapcote estate  FRE/4206/80  14 Oct 1884

Letter from C M Sanders, Barham Court, Barham, Kent to Edward Frewen on general matters  FRE/4206/81  22 Oct 1884

Letter from Everett Gray, Conservative Club, London to Edward Frewen about the Powder River Cattle Company and asking 'is your brother going off his head'  FRE/4206/82  23 Oct 1884

Letter from Everett Gray, Bowerswell, Perth, Scotland to Edward Frewen about the Powder River Cattle Company  FRE/4206/83  2 Nov [?1884]

Letter from ?[unknown], Fairview, Sevenoaks, Kent concering Aylward's trust  FRE/4206/84  3 Nov 1884

Letter from Everett Gray, Bowerswell, Perth, Scotland to Edward Frewen about the Powder River Cattle Company and Moreton's conduct  FRE/4206/85  9 Nov [?1884]

Letter from Messrs Whyte, Collison and Prichard, 27 Bedford Row, London, solicitors to Edward Frewen, 31 Augusta Gardens, Folkestone  FRE/4206/86  22 Dec 1884

Contents:
About Mr Aylward's trust, 'There is no disguising the fact that a very serious crisis has been reached and how to meet it requires the greatest consideration'

Letter from Messrs Whyte, Collison and Prichard, 27 Bedford Row, London, solicitors to Edward Frewen, 31 Augusta Gardens, Folkestone about the best method of freeing the estate from incumbrances  FRE/4206/87  24 Dec 1884

Letter from Messrs Whyte, Collison and Prichard, 27 Bedford Row, London, solicitors to Edward Frewen, Brickwall about the estate  FRE/4206/88  29 Dec 1884

Letter from Messrs Whyte, Collison and Prichard, 27 Bedford Row, London, solicitors to Edward Frewen, Brickwall  FRE/4206/89  30 Dec 1884

Contents:
About the appointment of Mr Ryland as a trustee jointly with Stephen Frewen and how to restrain Mr James from paying £6,000 to Aylward's trustees

Letter from Messrs Whyte, Collison and Prichard, 27 Bedford Row, London, solicitors to Edward Frewen  FRE/4206/90  31 Dec 1884

Contents:
With news that Mr James has agreed to retire as a trustee, stop the payment of the £6,000 to Aylward's trustees and to hand over all the money at Pare's Bank to new trustees

List of ?contributors to the Anchitel Ashburnham Testamonial Fund  FRE/4206/91  nd [1884]

Letter from C W Cleveland, Cleveland House, St James's Square, Middlesex to Mr Egerton informing him that the Duke of Cleveland will be happy to pay £10 towards Anchitel Ashburnham's portrait  FRE/4206/92  nd [1884]

Printed list of contributors to the Ashburnham Testimonial Fund annotated with further names  FRE/4206/93  nd [1884]

Letter from C M Sanders, Barham Court, Barham, Kent to Edward Frewen about hunting  FRE/4206/94  nd [?1884]

Letters: principally from Messrs Whyte, Collison and Prichard of Bedford Row, solicitors, from T B Ayerst concerning the Sussex and Leicestershire estates  FRE/4207  1885

Letters: principally from Messrs Whyte, Collison and Prichard, Samuel Bate of Leicester  FRE/4208  1886-1894

Letters concerning Moreton's involvement with the Powder River Cattle Company in America  FRE/4209  1886-1887

Copy of letter from Richard Frewen to Horace Curzon Plunkett (second son of Edward Plunkett, Baron of Dunsany)  FRE/4209/1  24 Apr 188[6]?

Contents:
Concerning the management of the Powder River Cattle Company, 23 Apr 1886 and a copy of a letter from Richard Frewen to Horace Curzon Plunkett concerning the employment of Murphy

Proposition from Luke Voorhees, President of the Luke Voorhees Cattle Company, Cheyenne, Wyoming to the Powder River Cattle Company  FRE/4209/2  23 Apr 1886

Contents:
Proposing to round-up their female and young cattle at Rawhide Creek and to deliver them to their agent at Rawhide Buttes, to round-up their beef cattle at Rawhide Creek and to deliver them to the nearest rail head and to purchase all the buildings and implements there, 23 Apr 1886, with copy of letter from Horace Curzon Plunkett, Manager of the Powder River Cattle Company, Cheyenne, Wyoming to Luke Voorhees agreeing to his terms

Copy of letter from Horace Plunkett, Cheyenne to Richard Frewen regretting that they differ as to his position as manager and stating that 'I can no longer be hampered by your interference'  FRE/4209/3  24 Apr 1886

Copy of letter from E W Murphy, Room 16, R R Hotel, Cheyenne to Horace Plunkett  FRE/4209/4  25 Apr 1886

Contents:
Offering his services for driving their herds to Canada, 24 Apr 1886, with copy of letter from Horace Plunkett, Cheyenne to E W Murphy, Room 16, R R Hotel, Cheyenne declining to employ him, 24 Apr 1886 and copy of letter from E W Murphy, Room 16, R R Hotel, Cheyenne to Horace Curzon Plunkett acknowledging his letter

Copy of letter from Richard Frewen to Horace Plunkett  FRE/4209/5  24 Apr 1886

Contents:
Complaining against his refusal to hire E W Murphy, his taking advice from Mr Peters about driving the cattle to Canada and about the delay in starting the drive - 'I am willing to accept the responsibility of the drive on my own behalf and that of my brother...but should you think fit to delay the arrangements...then I wish to put it on record that I consider any failure in the drive may be placed to your account'

Copy of letter from Horace Plunkett, Manager of the Powder River Cattle Company, Cheyenne to Fred Hesse, Trabing, Johnson County, Wyoming  FRE/4209/6  24 Apr 1886

Contents:
Informing him of the decision to drive 2 or 3 herds of cattle from Hanging Woman, South Fork and Powder River and Platte Round-ups to the Company's leased range in Alberta, Canada and that they must cross the border before 1 September to escape duty

Copy of letter from Horace Plunkett, Powder River, Wyoming to C F Kemp, 8 Wallbrook, London  FRE/4209/7  24 May 1886

Contents:
Reporting on the progress of the cattle drive although 'The cowboy troubles are serious. They have organised a branch of the "Knights of Labour" up here. They refuse to allow men to work on the round ups unless they are receiving $40 or more per month...The matter will require extreme care & attention & owners must act together'

Letter from Henry C Forde, 4 Great Winchester Street, London to Edward Frewen, 8 Walbrook, London enclosing a copy of the comments of a friend regarding the management of the Powder River Cattle Company  FRE/4209/8  28 Apr 1886

Copy of letter from T A R Bennet, Omaha, Nebraska to Edward Frewen, 8 Walbrook, London  FRE/4209/9  28 Apr 1886

Contents:
Reporting on Horace Plunkett's agreement with Luke Voorhees, that E W Murphy has left the Company's service, the progress of the arrangements for the cattle drive - 'he [Plunkett] has reason to believe that reports are being circulated at home to the effect that he is not displaying sufficient activity or knowledge in looking after the Company's affairs...I hope this is not the case as not only is Mr Plunkett the best cattle man...but nobody could under the present circumstances be showing greater energy' - and that a mistake has arisen with regard to the Alberta lease

Copy of letter from Horace Plunkett, Manager of the Frontier Land and Cattle Company, Cheyenne to C Fitch Kemp, 8 Walbrook, London about the finances of the Company  FRE/4209/10  7 May 1886

Copy of letter from Horace Plunkett, Cheyenne to C Fitch Kemp about the financial problems of the Company and that Richard Frewen has withdrawn from his position as co-manager of the Company  FRE/4209/11  13 May 1886

Copy of letter from Andrew F Burleigh, Miles City, Montana to J W Boshe, Cheyenne (the representative of Judge Wright of Cheyenne)  FRE/4209/12  22 May 1886

Contents:
Concerning the Company's affairs, 17 May 1886, with copy of letter from J W Boshe, Wyoming Stock Growers Association, Attorny's Office, Cheyenne to Frank A Kemp, Buffalo, Wyoming concerning the Company's affairs

Letter from Richard Frewen, The Miles City Club, Miles City, Montana to Horace Plunkett criticising his management of the Company's affairs  FRE/4209/13  17 May 1886

Copies of telegrams from Horace Plunkett and Mr Post to C F Kemp, London concerning financial matters  FRE/4209/14  18 May 1886

Copy of letter from Messrs Hibbard, Sibson and Company, 21 Leadenhall Street, London to C F Kemp, The Powder River Cattle Company, Walbrook, London concerning the case of Moreton Frewen v The Powder River Cattle Company  FRE/4209/15  26 May 1886

Copy of letter from Horace Plunkett, Powder River Post Office, Wyoming to C Fitch Kemp, 8 Walbrook, London  FRE/4209/16  nd [May 1886]

Contents:
Informing him about the problems with regard to their cattle at Hanging Woman and Tongue River on which they had paid taxes to Johnson County, which having strayed into Montana were assesed for taxes by Custer County. On the advice of Andrew Burleigh, solicitor they refused payment, the county threatened to seize the cattle and the Company obtained a restraining order. However Richard Frewen 'in his anxiety to discredit the late management and make the present management impossible' has given an oposite version of the events 'which if true would make our position extremely difficult'

Letter from C W M Kemp, Secretary of The Powder River Cattle Company Limited informing him that Moreton Frewen dispatched telegraphs to Horace Plunkett and Mr Post yesterday  FRE/4209/17  11 Jun 1886

Copy of letter from Horace Plunkett, Powder River Cattle Company, Powder River, Wyoming to C Fitch Kemp, 8 Walbrook, London  FRE/4209/18  30 Jun 1886

Contents:
Complaining about the lack of instructions from the Board and the Company's financial crisis, general news about ranching, 13 Jun 1886, with copy of letter from Augustus Paget, HBM's Embassay, Vienna to C F Kemp, 8 Walbrook, London concerning the financial position of the company, 28 Jun 1886 and a copy of a letter from Messr Roberts Lubbock and Company, 15 Lombard Street, London to C Fitch Kemp concerning their debenture

Letter from C W M Kemp, Secretary of The Powder River Cattle Company Limited to Edward Frewen, Pickwell, Leicestershire about a meeting of the Board  FRE/4209/19  15 Jun 1886

Copy of letter from Horace Plunkett, Powder River, Wyoming to C Fitch Kemp, 8 Walbrook, London  FRE/4209/20  9 Jun 1886

Contents:
Reporting that the threatened cowboys' strike seems likely to be a failure, that Mr Lingham will not reply to his letters about feeding the cattle, 2 Jun 1886, with copy of letter from P B Douglas, Assistant Secretary, Ottawa to C Fitch Kemp, Manager of the Powder River Cattle Company, 8 Walbrook, London about the lease of lands to Moreton Frewen

Notes on Mr Peter's report concerning the management of the ranges and cattle, nd (1886) and notes on the Committee's report on the finances and conduct of Company business in America  FRE/4209/21  nd [1886]

Letter from C W M Kemp, Secretary of The Powder River Cattle Company Limited to Edward Frewen, Pickwell, Leicestershire  FRE/4209/22  1 Jul 1886

Contents:
Enclosing copies of letters from Horace Plunkett (13 Jun), Sir Augustus Paget (28 Jun) and Messrs Roberts Lubbock and Company (30 Jun) and informing him as to his replies

Copy of letter from Horace Plunkett, Powder River Cattle Company, Powder River, Wyoming to C Fitch Kemp, 8 Walbrook, London  FRE/4209/23  24 Jul 1886

Contents:
With news about the financial situation, the cattle drive to Alberta and the damage done to the Powder River range by drought and grasshoppers

Circular from William Beckett, 138 Piccadilly, London to the shareholders of the Powder River Cattle Company Limited  FRE/4209/24  5 Aug 1886

Contents:
About the proposed emergency meeting to alter the articles of association and to wind-up the company, about Moreton Frewen interfering in the management of company business in America and proposing that additional resolutions be put to the meeting namely that Moreton Frewen should have the power to confer with Horace Plunkett but not to 'oppose him or to interfere with his absolute management', that Richard Frewen 'be not entrusted with any of the Company's affairs' and that a special meeting should be called to decide whether the Superior property should be sold to Moreton Frewen, annotated with Edward's comments

Copy of letter from Edward Frewen, Pickwell, Leicestershire to William Beckett, MP complaining about his circular  FRE/4209/25  15 Aug 1886

Letter from William Beckett, Nun Appleton, Bolton Percy, Yorkshire to Edward Frewen concerning his complaint about the circular  FRE/4209/26  17 Aug 1886

Copy of letter from Horace Plunkett, Superior, Wisconsin to C Fitch Kemp, 8 Walbrook, London  FRE/4209/27  11 Aug 1887

Contents:
Reporting on the situation and valuing the Company's property there, 10 Aug 1886, with copy of letter from Horace Plunkett, Superior, Wisconsin to C Fitch Kemp, 8 Walbrook, London about the sale of the Company's property at Superior and the financial situation

Notice from C W M Kemp, Secretary of the Powder River Company Limited of an extraordinary meeting of shareholders to wind up the company, to appoint Charles Fitch Kemp as liquidator and to sell and transfer the assets to a new company  FRE/4209/28  18 Aug 1886

Copy of letter from Horace Plunkett, Cheyenne, Wyoming to C Fitch Kemp, 8 Walbrook, London  FRE/4209/29  24 Apr 1886

Contents:
Informing him that he has 'been doing my best for the company's interests against the biterest opposition on the part of Mr Richard Frewen - I never saw such personal rancour introduced into business' and complaining that Richard does not acknowledge his position but 'acts on behalf of his brother and interferes between the employees of the Company and myself', 26 Apr 1886, with copy of letter from Horace Plunkett, Cheyenne, Wyoming to F R Lingham, Superior, Wisconsin informing him that he has received a full power of attorney from the Board and will send Lingham instructions for the management of the concern

Statements of account of the Powder River Cattle Company Limited consisting of assets and liabilities, and the funds needed to carry on business  FRE/4209/30  Aug 1887 - Nov 1888

Copy of letter from Horace Plunkett, Powder River Cattle Company, Powder River, Wyoming to C Fitch Kemp, 8 Walbrook, London  FRE/4209/31  20 Sep 1886

Contents:
With general news and complaining that it is extremely unsatisfactory that the financial arrangements of the Company are in the hands of Moreton Frewen

Copy of letter from Moreton Frewen, Fort Custer, Wyoming to Mr Lingham  FRE/4209/32  21 Sep 1886

Contents:
About the bad state of the ranges, that he left Miles City, Montana and travelled up the Powder River skirting Hanging Woman to Buffalo, then to Tongue River and from there to Fort Custer by way of the battle ground on the Little Big Horn, where 'I found Sitting Bull & 22 lodges of his braves camped upon the very ground where they annihilated the 7th Cavalry just ten years ago. I had a pow-wow with the old chief'

Copy of letter from Horace Plunkett, Powder River Cattle Company, Powder River, Wyoming to C Fitch Kemp, 8 Walbrook, London  FRE/4209/33  29 Sep 1886

Contents:
About financial matters and general company business, 30 Sep 1886, with copy of letter from Moreton Frewen, Victoria, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada to C F Kemp about the ranching business

Copy of telegram from Mr Lingham, Superior, Wisconsin reporting the arrival of Mr Frewen, 21 Oct 1886, with of telegram from Moreton Frewen, Superior, Wisconsin reporting that Horace Plunkett's power of attoney does not allow him to borrow money  FRE/4209/34  22 Oct 1886

Copy of letter from Horace Plunkett, Herman, Nebraska to C Fitch Kemp, 8 Walbrook, London about general and financial matters  FRE/4209/35  28 Nov 1886

Copy of letter from F R Lingham, Superior, Wisconsin to C W M Kemp, Secretary of the Powder River Cattle Company, London about the poor state of the cattle and the Company  FRE/4209/36  24 Nov 1886

Copy of letter from H G Oliver, Superior, Wisconsin to C W M Kemp, Secretary of the Powder River Cattle Company, London  FRE/4209/37  18 Jan 1887

Contents:
About the state of the ranges and the weather, 22 Jan 1887, with copy of letter from F R Lingham, Superior, Wisconsin to the Board of Directors of the Powder River Cattle Company, 8 Walbrook, London about company business

Letter from C Fitch Kemp, Powder River Cattle Company, 8 Walbrook, London to Edward Frewen, Pickwell, Leicestershire asking him to attend a board meeting on 15 Feb  FRE/4209/38  8 Feb 1887

Letter from C Fitch Kemp, Powder River Cattle Company, 8 Walbrook, London to Edward Frewen, Pickwell, Leicestershire about financial matters  FRE/4209/39  15 Feb 1887

Copy of letter from H G Oliver, Powder River Cattle Company Limited, Superior, Wisconsin to C W M Kemp, Secretary of the Powder River Cattle Company, London  FRE/4209/40  31 Mar 1887

Contents:
About financial matters, 31 Mar 1887, with copy of letter from H G Oliver, Superior, Wisconsin to C W M Kemp, Secretary of the Powder River Cattle Company, London about financial matters, 31 Mar 1887 and a copy of letter from F R Lingham, Superior, Wisconsin to the C W M Kemp, Secretary of the Powder River Cattle Company, 8 Walbrook, London about company business

Letter from William Maclean, Dundee, Scotland to Edward Frewen, Quendon Hall, Quendon, Essex about the state of the Company  FRE/4209/41  26 Sep 1887

Copy of a list of shareholders in the Dakota Stock and Grazing Company Limited (including Edward Frewen, Stephen Frewen and his wife, Mrs Helen Frewen, Richard Frewen and Moreton Frewen)  FRE/4209/42  nd [1880s]

Letters concerning estate matters and dispute with one of his Brickwall tenenats Leslie Renton  FRE/4210  1895-1899

Letters mainly concerning estate matters  FRE/4211  1902-1914

Letters, content similar to FRE/4211  FRE/4212  1915-1920

Letters  FRE/4213  nd [c1870-1900]

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