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VERNEY (LORDS WILLOUGHBY DE BROKE) OF COMPTON VERNEY


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Reference DR 98
Covering dates c.1130-c.1935
Held by Shakespeare Centre Library and Archive
Extent c.3000 items
Creators Verney family of Compton Verney, Warwickshire; Peyto family of Chesterton, Warwickshire
Arrangement The papers grouped under the reference DR 98 were received in instalments between the years 1914 and 1975, but are numbered in one sequence, 1-2070. Generally speaking, each of these numbers refers to a single item, although there are some bundles included in the sequence.
Nos 1-1408 comprise most of the mediaeval (from c.1130) and some of the early modern Warwickshire deeds and court rolls, as originally catalogued by J.H. Bloom before this part of the collection was deposited (in 1914). There are three broad date-range divisions - 'Early Deeds' (nos 1-876a), '16th and 17th century deeds (nos 877-1299,) and 'Later deeds' (nos 1300-1408) - and within these most of the material is divided by parish, but not always alphabetically.
Nos 1409-1747 comprise an instalment deposited in the 1930s, and includes further deeds, marriage settlements, inquistions post mortem, wills and inventories, legal papers, estate and household accounts, letters and other personal papers, mainly c. 1550-c.1860.
Nos 1748-2070 comprise further instalments deposited between 1958 and 1975. They include important series of account books, 1725-1870 (nos 1798-1816), estate maps, 1697-1850 (nos 1817-1844a) and manorial records, 1549-1935 (nos 1845-1869) as well as further wills, family settlements and deeds relating to estates in Warwickshire, Lincolnshire, Staffordshire, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Gloucestershire, Somerset and elsewhere, 1447-1921.
Related information DR 145, DR 455, DR 580, DR 600, DR 639, DR 622, DR 636, DR 674, DR 951

Contents:
Papers of the combined families of Verney (Lords Willoughby de Broke from 1696) of Compton Verney and Peyto of Chesterton, brought together in the second half of the eighteenth century when Chesterton was inherited by John Verney, fourteenth Lord Willoughby de Broke, from his cousin, Margaret Peyto. The estates extended into many counties, and much of the non-Warwickshire material was acquired by the British Museum in 1917 (Egerton Charters 645-2116). Similar non-Warwickshire accumulations are to be found in other repositories as listed in RCHM, Principal Family and Estate Collection: Family Names L-W, pp.132-4. Some, however, remains in the collection here.



Early Deeds  DR 98/1-876a  [n.d.]

Early Deeds  DR 98/1-142a  1130-1591

Contents:
Compton Verney

Early Deeds  DR 98/143-148  12th c. - 1353

Contents:
Bramshall, Staffs.

Early Deeds  DR 98/192-599d  c. 1150-1558

Contents:
Chesterton and Kingston

Early Deeds  DR 98/600-612  1143-1545

Contents:
Combrook

Early Deeds  DR 98/613-664  Temp. John-1559

Contents:
Kineton

Early Deeds  DR 98/665-699  c. 1150-1541/2

Contents:
Lighthorne

Early Deeds  DR 98/699a-699aa  c. 1274, 1438-1440

Contents:
Alcester

Early Deeds  DR 98/699c  1441-1442

Contents:
Allesley

Early Deeds  DR 98/700-701  1330, temp. Henry VI

Contents:
Alne

Early Deeds  DR 98/703  1349

Contents:
Avon Dassett

Early Deeds  DR 98/703a  1446

Contents:
Bere Ferris, Devon

Early Deeds  DR 98/703b  1603-1606

Contents:
Barford

Early Deeds  DR 98/704-707  1325-1328

Contents:
Binton

Early Deeds  DR 98/708-713  Temp. Edward I - 1358

Contents:
Birdingbury

Early Deeds  DR 98/714-716  1358

Contents:
Burmington

Early Deeds  DR 98/716a-730  Temp. Henry VI - 1501

Contents:
Caldecote

Early Deeds  DR 98/720a-722  1378-1430

Contents:
Claverdon

Early Deeds  DR 98/723  1363

Contents:
Coleshill

Early Deeds  DR 98/724-728  12th. c. - 1349

Contents:
Coughton

Early Deeds  DR 98/729-730  1397

Contents:
Fenny Compton

Early Deeds  DR 98/731-743  13th c. - 1362

Contents:
Harbury

Early Deeds  DR 98/744  1330

Contents:
Haselor

Early Deeds  DR 98/745-752  13th c. - 1362

Contents:
Hodenhill

Early Deeds  DR 98/753-759  1320-1550

Contents:
Itchington, Bishops & Long

Early Deeds  DR 98/760  1552

Contents:
Kenilworth

Early Deeds  DR 98/761-762  Temp. Edward III

Contents:
Milcote

Early Deeds  DR 98/763-771  Temp. Henry III - 1472

Contents:
Pillerton

Early Deeds  DR 98/772  1333

Contents:
Radway

Early Deeds  DR 98/773-775  1301-1359

Contents:
Rugby

Early Deeds  DR 98/776-777  Temp. Henry III - 1325

Contents:
Sherbourne

Early Deeds  DR 98/778-783  1305-1346

Contents:
Shuckborough

Early Deeds  DR 98/784-793  1269-1383

Contents:
Snitterfield

Early Deeds  DR 98/796  1338

Contents:
Solihull

Early Deeds  DR 98/797-805b  Temp. Henry III - 1555

Contents:
Sowe (Coventry)

Early Deeds  DR 98/806-809  Temp. Henry III - 1338

Contents:
Spernal

Early Deeds  DR 98/810-847  Temp. Henry III - 1498

Contents:
Stratford-upon-Avon

Early Deeds  DR 98/848  1330

Contents:
Studley

Early Deeds  DR 98/849  1441

Contents:
Sutton Coldfield

Early Deeds  DR 98/850-852  1444

Contents:
Tamworth, Staffs.

Early Deeds  DR 98/853  1333

Contents:
Temple Grafton

Early Deeds  DR 98/854-866  1329-1372

Contents:
Weston-by-Cherrington

Early Deeds  DR 98/867  Temp. Henry III

Contents:
Willoughby

Early Deeds  DR 98/868-868b  1333-1372

Contents:
Wolford

Early Deeds  DR 98/869-876a  13th c. - 1554

Contents:
Wolfhamcote

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/877-1299  [n.d.]

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/877-904  1558-1659

Contents:
Compton Verney

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/905-919  1575-1645

Contents:
Combrook

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/920-1124  1559-1659

Contents:
Chesterton

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1125-1134  1572-1645

Contents:
Lighthorne

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1135-1155  16th c. - 1649

Contents:
Alne

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1156  1606

Contents:
Alveston

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1157  1612

Contents:
Baddesley Clinton

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1158-1196  1578-1705

Contents:
Barford

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1197-1200  1570-1651

Contents:
Bishops Itchington

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1200a-1201  1576-1587

Contents:
Chadshunt

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1202-1205  1574-1577

Contents:
Coventry

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1206-1207  1559-1576

Contents:
Fenny Compton

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1208  1578

Contents:
Fletchampstead

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1209  1572

Contents:
Fulbrook

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1210-1216a  1591-1658

Contents:
Harbury

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1216b  1655

Contents:
Kineton

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1217  1574

Contents:
Knowle

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1218  1577

Contents:
Lawford

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1219-1221  1594

Contents:
Leamington

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1221a-e  1630-1642

Contents:
Lighthorne

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1222  1685

Contents:
Minks Kirby

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1223  1603

Contents:
Sherbourne

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1224-1246  1563-1630

Contents:
Sowe (in Coventry)

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1247-1256  1558-1650

Contents:
Stratford-upon-Avon

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1257  1586

Contents:
Bishops Tachbrook

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1258  1650

Contents:
Tanworth

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1259-1262  1615-1658

Contents:
Walton

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1263-1267  1603-1647

Contents:
Warwick

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1268-1269  1559

Contents:
Wedgnock

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1270  1626

Contents:
Wellesbourne

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1271-1272  1580-1613

Contents:
Wolfhampcote

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1273-1275  1258-1383

Contents:
Cheyney family deeds re:
Morden, Cowdrey, Herts.; Poyntington, Somerset and Berkhampsted, Northants.

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1276  1574

Contents:
Nympsfield, Glos.

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1277-1281  1277-1281

Contents:
Verney deeds re Staffs and Northants

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1282-1295  1599-1666

Contents:
Heath family deeds

16th and 17th century deeds  DR 98/1296-1299  1478-1542

Contents:
Willoughby family deeds

Post Restoration deeds  DR 98/1300-1408  [n.d.]

Post Restoration deeds  DR 98/1300-1345  1627-1817

Contents:
Compton Verney

Post Restoration deeds  DR 98/1346-1373  1660-1760

Contents:
Chesterton

Post Restoration deeds  DR 98/1374-1376  1677-1777

Contents:
Burton Dassett

Post Restoration deeds  DR 98/1377  1663

Contents:
Harbury

Post Restoration deeds  DR 98/1378-1382  1664-1709

Contents:
Itchington

Post Restoration deeds  DR 98/1383-1386  1662-1723

Contents:
Lighthorne

Post Restoration deeds  DR 98/1387-1387a  1685-1689

Contents:
Richmond, Surrey

Post Restoration deeds  DR 98/1388  1702

Contents:
Southam

Post Restoration deeds  DR 98/1389-1396a  1663-1828

Contents:
Sowe (Coventry)

Post Restoration deeds  DR 98/1397  1734

Contents:
Stratford-upon-Avon

Post Restoration deeds  DR 98/1398-1400  1685-1818

Contents:
Warwick

Post Restoration deeds  DR 98/1401-1408  1774-1827

Contents:
Combrook

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1409-1747  [n.d.]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1409  1551-1695

Contents:
Abstract of title of Sir Richard Verney to property in Kingston

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1410  [n.d.]

Contents:
Schedules of deeds relating to Chesterton

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1411  1399

Contents:
Deed relating to Milton, Northants.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1411a  1536

Contents:
Letters patent relating to Powyk, Somerset, Alcester, Farnborough (Warks.) and Clutton (Worcs.)

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1412  1559

Contents:
Marriage settlement of George Verney and Jane Lucy

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1413  1582

Contents:
Writs to the Sheriff of Warwickshire relating to Chesterton manor

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1414  1586/7

Contents:
Letter of attorney relating to Ann Peyto

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1415  1602

Contents:
Letters patent relating to Bradley, Staffs.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1416  1613

Contents:
Declaration by W. Jeffes and H. Peyto relating to property in Drayton, Sowe and elsewhere

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1417  1618

Contents:
Marriage settlement of Sir Greville Verney and Katherine Southwell

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1418-1419  1618

Contents:
Deeds relating to Dodwell, Drayton, Lower Pillerton, Shottery and Sowe

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1420  1621

Contents:
Deed relating to West Minster and Otford, Kent

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1420a  1628/9

Contents:
Draft conveyance relating to Great Alne

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1421-1422  1631-1632

Contents:
Draft leases relating to Kingston

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1423-4  1635-1636

Contents:
Deeds relating to Great Alne

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1425  1644

Contents:
Draft deed, Northamptonshire

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1426  1671

Contents:
Exemplification of a writ

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1426a  1684

Contents:
Draft conveyance: Chesterton and Kingston

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1427  1689

Contents:
Copy conveyance re Chesterton

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1428  1689

Contents:
Copy recovery: Chesterton

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1429  1689

Contents:
Copy marriage settlement of W. Peyto and E Sultonstall re property in Chesterton

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1430-1  1690

Contents:
Copy mortgages: Kingston

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1432  1697/8

Contents:
Copy marriage settlement of Thomas Welch and Sarah Overton: property in Claverdon

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1433  1699

Contents:
Copy declaration of trust

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1434  1702

Contents:
Counterpart lease, Alexton, Leics.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1435-1439  1709

Contents:
Papers relating to the marriage settlement of Thomas Verney and Eleanor Leigh, including draft declaration of trust by Lord Rockingham and Lord Leigh

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1440  1714

Contents:
Draft trust deed

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1441  1722

Contents:
Settlement of property in Warwickshire by Lord Willoughby de Broke to Sir G Beaumont of Stoughton, Leics., and William Bromley on Baginton

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1442-1445  1724-1728

Contents:
Papers relating to the marriage settlement of Hon. John Verney and Abigail Harley

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1446  1730/1

Contents:
Agreement for lease, Ashorne

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1447  1736/7

Contents:
Articles of agreement relating to Sulby Abbey, Northants, between William Newsham (for Margaret Peyto) and G Nicols

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1448  1732

Contents:
Copy mortgage of rent charge by Lord Willoughby de Broke to J Wightwick

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1449  1737

Contents:
Appointment of Roger Comberbach, of Chester, as Deputy Justice for Montgomeryshire

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1450  1739/40

Contents:
Agreement for a lease, Chesterton

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1451-1452  1741

Contents:
Papers relating to the surrender by John Verney of the office of Master of the Rolls

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1453-1454  1768

Contents:
Surrenders, Poyntington, Somerset

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1455-1456  1788

Contents:
Deeds, Richmond, Surrey

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1457  1788

Contents:
Letters patent granting to Lord Willoughby de Broke the custody of the person and management of the estate of Hon. John Peyto-Verney, a lunatic

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1458  1810

Contents:
Abstract of marriage settlement of John Gardiner and Ann Peacock

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1459  1816

Contents:
Letters patent granting to Hon. H. Peyto-Verney the custody of the person and management of the estate of John Peyto-Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, a lunatic

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1460  1818

Contents:
Draft lease: Kineton and Burton Dassett

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1461-1503  17th - 19th centuries

Contents:
Legal papers relating to Burton Dassett etc., including abstract of title of the Duke of Buckingham and Chandos to property in Burton Dassett and Radway, copy deeds and settlements, papers relating to wills and copy appointment of the Marquess of Chandos to be attorney of the Duke of Buckingham and Chandos

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1504  1829

Contents:
Copy mortgage re property in Hillsden, Bucks.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1505  1829

Contents:
Abstract of above

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1506-1507  1831, 1836

Contents:
Copy deeds relating to property in Hillsden, Bucks

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1508-1509  17th century

Contents:
Grants of arms

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1510  1795

Contents:
Certificate of election of Henry Verney as Woodman of the Forest of Arden

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1510a  1853

Contents:
Grant of arms to Lord Willoughby de Broke

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1511-1526  17th - 18th centuries

Contents:
Wills and copy wills, including Sir Richard Verney of Compton Verney, 1630 and George, Lord Willoughby de Broke, 1727

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1527-1539  1562-1775

Contents:
Bonds

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1540  1657-1662

Contents:
Accounts relating to the building of Chesterton House

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1541-1577  1556-1664

Contents:
Chesterton glebe and tithe papers

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1578-1643  1480-1630

Contents:
Kingston rent receipts for vicars Choral, Lichfield

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1644-1645  1568

Contents:
Licence for erection of a pew in Chesterton church, with confirmation of same

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1646  1619

Contents:
Release of Chesterton tithes payment

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1647  8 July n.y

Contents:
Exemplification of an injunction granted to [?] Peyto against R. Swifte and the Vicars Choral of Lichfield Cathedral

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1648  1605-1634

Contents:
Papers relating to an action for ejectment in Chesterton

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649  1698-1711; 1729-1741

53 pieces, listed

Contents:
Correspondence of members of the Verney family, their relations and agents

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/1  21 May [?1698]

Contents:
Letter from [Richard, Lord] Willoughby de Broke to his son, [Hon & Rev] George [Verney]. Plans for visit of George's sons from Rugby; failing health of writer's son Richard [d. 23 June 1698]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/2  15 Dec [1702]

Contents:
Letter from Margaret Peyto to Hon Mrs Verney, Brasted, Kent [Margaret, wife of Hon & Rev George]: Cost of groceries and material sent down. General political and court news including grant of £5000 p.a. to Marlborough [cr. Duke 14 Dec 1702]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/3  4 Feb [1702/3]

Contents:
Letter from Margaret Peyto to Hon Mrs Verney, Brasted, Kent [Margaret, wife of Hon & Rev George]: Social and political gossip. Refers to Lord Ranelagh quite ruined.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/4  11 Feb 1702/3

Contents:
Letter from C[hristian] Verney [wife of John, eldest son of Richard, Lord Willoughby de Broke, who d.v.p.] at London to Dear Sister about obtaining lodgings.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/5  9 May [before 1711]

Contents:
Letter from Margaret Peyto to My Lord [Richard, Lord Willoughby de Broke] on behalf of his son. Inquires after my Cousen Shuckburgh and sends regards to Lady Willoughby and Miss Verney.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/6  30 Aug [1703]

Contents:
Letter from Margaret Peyto to Hon Mrs Verney, Brasted, Kent [Margaret, wife of Hon & Rev George]: Details re cost of fabrics. News of marriage of Lord Windsor and Lady Jeffreys [Thomas, Viscount Windsor of Blackcastle married Elizabeth, widow of Baron Jeffreys of Wem, 28 Aug]. Gossip re Rector of St. James [Picadilly]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/7  22 Jan 1703[/4]

Contents:
Letter from C[hristian] Verney [wife of Hon John, who died 1707] to [Margaret], Hon Mrs Verney [wife of Hon & Rev. George], at Compton: Writes of great storms in town which also drove back the King of Spain. Social and political gossip.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/8  5 Feb 1703[/4]

Contents:
Letter from Margaret Peyto to Hon Mrs Verney, Compton, Warks.[Margaret, wife of Hon & Rev George]: Chides for melancholy tone of last letter. King of Spain believed to be on way; Lady Mary Hyde to be married next week.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/9  10 Feb [1703/4]

Contents:
Letter from Margaret Peyto to Hon Mrs Verney, Compton, Warks.[Margaret, wife of Hon & Rev George]: Reports deaths of Lord Burlington and the Duchess of Buckingham. Account of play performed to celebrate Birth Night [Queen's Birthday]. General social gossip and remarks re meanness of Duchess of Marlborough.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/10  19 Feb 1703[/4]

Contents:
Letter from Margaret Peyto to Hon Mrs Verney, Compton, Warks.[Margaret, wife of Hon & Rev George]: General social and political news. The House of Lords in a very great Heat about the Scotch Plott. Quarrel between Lords Carlisle and Nottingham.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/11  22 Feb 1703[/4]

Contents:
Letter from Margaret Peyto to Hon Mrs Verney, Compton, Warks.[Margaret, wife of Hon & Rev George]: Sees no need for new mourning gown for a cousin. Prices and fashions. Further reference to the Scotch Plot

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/12  n.d.[1707x 1711]

Contents:
Letter from C[hristian] Verney [wife of Hon John, who died 1707] to [Margaret], Hon Mrs Verney [wife of Hon & Rev. George], at Compton: Refers to benefit of taking waters on Greville [her son]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/13  17 June [before 1711]

Contents:
Letter from Margaret Peyto to Hon Mrs Verney, Compton, Warks. [Margaret, wife of Hon & Rev George]: General news re social events and fashions.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/14  28 Oct [before 1711]

Contents:
Letter from Margaret Peyto to Hon Mrs Verney, Brasted, Kent [Margaret, wife of Hon & Rev George]: Account of removal of Mrs Verney's furniture to new lodgings.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/15  n.d. [before 1711]

Contents:
Part letter from P.B. to Hon & Rev George Verney, Brasted, Kent. General remarks. Postscript L. P joyns in humble service &c

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/16  n.d. [before 1711]

Contents:
[Hon] John Verney to his mother [Margaret], Hon Mrs Verney, Brasted, Kent: Progress of injured thigh.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/17  1 June 1710

Contents:
Letter from M. Derby [Mary, Countess of Derby, wife of James] to Hon Mrs Verney, Brasted, Kent [wife of Hon & Rev George]: Urges pious thoughts in grief at loss [? eldest son Thomas who died in May]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/18  6 June 1710

Contents:
Letter from W. Pretyman, Compton to his nephew Hon and Rev. George Verney, Brasted, Kent: Grief at loss of nephew Thomas with hopes for well being of family.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/19  6 Jan 1710/11

Contents:
Letter from [Richard, Lord] Willoughby de Broke to Hon John Verney: General news re estate affairs and rent collection

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/20  1 Feb [1728/9]

Contents:
Letter from [John Browne, Compton to Hon John Verney]: General estate affairs; has obtained probate [of will of George, Lord Willoughby de Broke, d.26 Dec]; General estate affairs; I am resolvd to Dispark ye Park. Refers to Nan Powers and her care & watchfullness of my Lord.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/21  19 April 1729

Contents:
Copy letter from [Richard, Lord] Willoughby de Broke to Mr Greene warninig him against paying any of the estate rents to writer's brother who unjustly pretends to them.
Endorsed: Copy of my Brothers Letter to Mr Green

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/22  16 July 1732

Contents:
Letter from [Richard, Lord] Willoughby de Broke, Farewell Hall, nr Lichfield, Staffs to Hon John Verney: Mr Wightwick ['Whittick' his landlord has distrained for rent; writer has agreed to make assignment of his annuity to satisfy but has no intention of honouring as can Live Genteely on it. Asks brother to delay paying out.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/23  22 July [1732]

Contents:
Letter from [Richard, Lord] Willoughby de Broke, Farewell Hall, nr Lichfield, Staffs to Hon John Verney: Asks him to write to Mr Whittick explaining that cannot pay annuity without Lord Willoughby's authorization. Is looking for new house at which wife will join him for she is determin'd not to come here.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/24  22 July 1732

Contents:
Order from [Richard, Lord] Willoughby de Broke to his brother Hon John Verney to pay annuity to none but himself.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/25  31 July 1732

Contents:
Letter from John Wightwick, Waddon, near Croydon, Surrey to Hon. John Verney: Account of dealing with Lord Willoughby and non-payment of annuity which is so unworthy a Behaviour that I am amazed a man of his Rank can be guilty of it. Asks Verney to order Hoare's to pay.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/26  15 Aug [1732]

Contents:
Letter from [Richard, Lord] Willoughby de Broke, Farewell Hall, nr Lichfield, Staffs to Mr [John] Browne, Compton: Asks to send enclosure [not with] to his brother. Hopes my Brother and I shall be Good Friends.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/27  17 Aug [1732]

Contents:
Letter from [Richard, Lord] Willoughby de Broke, Cimcourt to Hon John Verney: Has given Mr Wightwick's lawyer a letter authorising payment of annuity but asks him to delay as it is ye cheif I have now to depend on.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/28  18 Aug [1732]

Contents:
Letter from [Richard, Lord] Willoughby de Broke, Cimcourt to Hon John Verney: If Wightwick presents note to pay, ignore it

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/29  24 Aug 1732

Contents:
Letter from John Wightwick, Waddon, near Croydon, Surrey to Hon. John Verney: Is grateful for offer to obtain Counsel's Opinion as to assignment of annuity but is willing to accept Verney's judgement. Debt from Lord Willoughby is a Sum too Large for my circumstances to bear the Loss of.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/30  13 Sept 1732

Contents:
Letter from Hon John Verney, Brasted, Kent to Mr [John] Browne, [Compton]: Arrival delayed by swollen had due to a spain by opening Oysters. His brother asks for money he writes like a distracted man... I know not what to do with him

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/31  20 Sept 1732

Contents:
Letter from [Richard, Lord] Willoughby de Broke, Dunstable to Hon John Verney: Grateful thanks for permission to visit Compton and for early payment of annuity. Staffordshire estates in great confusion. Offers to live in Staffs and visit Lady Willoughby in Hertfordshire only once in three months. She will not come to Staffs. Intends to pay Mr Wightwick from Staffs income. Parliament robes have been distrained by a creditor.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/32  25 Oct 1732

Contents:
Letter from Hon John Verney to Mr John Browne, Compton: General estate news. Has written to Mr Smith to chide him for his conduct.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/33  31 Oct 1732

Contents:
Letter from Hon John Verney to Mr John Browne, Compton: Encloses [not with] Dr Wigan's instructions for Nanny Powers. Hopes they will help her. She is to abstain from salt meat. Gives Browne full power to proceed with work on stews and pond.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/34  9 Nov 1732

Contents:
Letter from Hon John Verney, London to Mr John Browne, Compton: Acknowledges receipt of items sent. Wife has been ill But I hope ye worst is over.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/35  18 Nov 1732

Contents:
Letter from Hon John Verney, London to Mr John Browne, Compton: Congratulates upon appointment at Chancery Clerk to Mr Proctor. General estate, household and sporting news and instructions.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/36  12 Dec [1732]

Contents:
Letter from Hon John Verney, London to Mr John Browne, Compton: Wife has gone into labour three weeks early God knows what my lot is to be...I have great Reason to fear both for Her & the Child

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/37  14 Dec [1732]

Contents:
Letter from [Hon John Verney, London] to Mr John Browne, Compton: Announces safe delivery of another daughter.[? Sarah, died 1762 see DR 98/1649]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/38  [Dec 1732]

Contents:
Letter from Hon John Verney, London to Mr John Browne, Compton: My Little one thrives. Authorises Browne to expend a guinea in tenants drinking health of wife and child.
On the blank page is a copy of a bank draft for £50 in favour of William Goodwin.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/39  [Dec 1732]

Contents:
Letter from J.V. [Hon John Verney, Compton] to his wife [Abigail]: House is well; Sally [Sarah] has grown an inch; Regrets their spending Christmas apart but it is for benefit of her and their son. [Collins Peerage names only 1 son, John Peyto, born 1738]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/40  23 Dec 1732

Contents:
Letter from Hon John Verney, to Mr John Browne, nr Lichfield: Wife was taken very ill but now recovering; thanks for care of daughter. Christmas wishes.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/41  2 Aug 1724 x 1732

Contents:
Wrapper with black seal addressed to Hon John Verney, Esq., at the Post House in Stafford and franked Free Member of Parlt. [Verney was member for Downton, 1724-1732]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/42  7 Nov 1734

Contents:
Letter of Attorney from Richard, Lord Willoughby de Broke to Hon John Verney to pay £25 quarterly out of annuity of £300 to Lady Willoughby de Broke.
Endorsed with receipt from Elizabeth Willoughby de Broke for £25, 23 Jan 1734[/5]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/43  4 March 1734[/5]

Contents:
Receipt from William Turner to Hon John Verney for 4 bills of exchange totalling £500

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/44  28 May 1739

Contents:
Order from J. Wigan. Kingston, Jamaica to Hon John Verney, Master of the Rolls, London to pay £13 to Edward Garthwaite.
Endorsed: Dr Wigans Draft for £13 for madeira wine pd to Mr Garthwaite

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/45  14 Nov 1739

Contents:
Bank draft for £250 in favour of Dr John Wigan from T. Tickell, Jamaica, endorsed by J. Wigan for payment of same to Hon John Verney, Master of the Rolls

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/46  19 Nov 1739

Contents:
Letter from [Dr] J[ohn] Wigan, Jamaica to [Hon John Verney]: listing and enclosing bills of exchange [/44: & /45: above]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/47  19 Nov 1739

Contents:
Letter from [Dr] J[ohn] Wigan, Jamaica to [Hon John Verney]: Has sent Bills of Exchange by the 'Bonetta', Captain Philip Comyn.
Endorsed with forwarding from Liverpool 2 March 1739[/40]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/48  19 Nov 1739

Contents:
Letter from [Dr] J[ohn] Wigan, Jamaica to [Hon John Verney]: Encloses second bills of exchange [not with] (bottom of letter missing)

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/49  24 Nov 1739

Contents:
Letter from [Dr] J[ohn] Wigan, Jamaica to Hon John Verney: Has sent Bills of Exchange, but letter of explanation will be delivered by Mr Stone, or writer's brother by whom has sent copy. Negotiations to obtain office of Clerk to the Patent Office in Jamaica.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/50  13 Dec 1739

Contents:
Letter from John Douce, Spanish Town, Jamaica to his son-in-law [signed Affectionate Father] Edward Garthwaite: Hopes that removal will benefit daughter Ivy's health and hopes to see her next year.
Announces sudden death of poor Son Wigan [?son-in-law] whose widow Molly is near her time. Had agreed to stand security for Wigan and asks Garthwaite to stop negotiations and secure Bills of Exchange.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/51  31 July 1740

Contents:
Letter from Edward Garthwaite, Eshing [?Esher], Surrey to Rt Hon John Verney: Encloses /49: above and writes of financial affairs of Dr Wigan's widow. His own wife is still ill. Requests instructions re wine shipments

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/52  5 June 1741

Contents:
Letter from Edward Garthwaite, Surrey to [Hon John Verney]: Acknowledges receipt of Banker's Draft in favour of Dr Wigan's estate.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/52  n.d.[e. 17th C]

Contents:
Letter from J Boyne to Captain Smyth, Provost Marshall: Urges him to secure confession from my boy held on suspicion of stealing the Earl of Montrose's cabinet.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1649/53  n.d. [C18]

Contents:
Notes for the planting of white thorn endorsed Lord Warwick's Rt for frame planting thorns

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1650  1775-1777

Contents:
Correspondence, accounts and other papers relating to the marriage of Hon. Frances Duncombe to J. Bowater

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651  1636-1682

91 pieces, listed

Contents:
Accounts and other bills presented to the Heath family of Brasted, Kent, and Cottesmore, Rutland

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/1  5 December 1636

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Tutt for satin and taffeta sarsnet.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/2  6 December 1636

Contents:
Bill for groceries: currants, prunes, lump sugar etc.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/3  1636-1637

Contents:
Account of venison killed at Collyweston

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/4  6 April 1637

Contents:
Receipted bill from James Bancroft to Mrs Heath for material

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/5  8 May 1638

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Heath to Mrs Heath for hosiery, drapery and haberdashery

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/6  5 August 1639

Contents:
Apothecary's bill to Mrs Heath

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/7  1 June 1640

Contents:
Receipted bill from James Bancroft & Edmund Griffith to Edward Heath for fabric purchased since June 1637

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/8  28 August 1641

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Wade for work in cleansing and carting

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/9  20 October 1641

Contents:
Note of sums due to Michael Collins and 'Groves the smith' for smith's work done

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/10  October 1641

Contents:
'A note of trees bought at lester'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/11  2 September 1642

Contents:
Bill for material, trimmings and groceries

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/12  8 March 1642/3

Contents:
Bill from 'Mr Johnson' to Edward Heath for material

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/13  1643

Contents:
Bill to Mrs Heath for making stuff petticoat and waistcoat

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/14  30 May 1643

Contents:
Receipted bill from Francis Sherwood to Mrs Heath for material and trimmings

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/15  February 1643/4

Contents:
Bill for work on carriage ('caroch')

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/16  27 March 1644

Contents:
Receipted bill for work on carriage

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/17  22 May 1644

Contents:
Receipted bill from Henry Richardson to Mr Heath for material and tailoring Endorsed 'wives tailors bill'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/18  16-20 May 1645

Contents:
'An account of charges about my wives funerall, who died on Wednesday the 14th May 1645, and was searecloth'd up & layd in a coffin of lead to the end she might be removed to Cotsmore vault at any convenient time, but for the present layd in a vault in Alhallows church on friday night 16th May 1645

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/19  19 May 1645

Contents:
Receipted bill from Robert Thompson for parish and minister's fees [in re funeral]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/20  17 May 1645

Contents:
Receipted bill from Bernard Rawlins of Oxford, plumber, to Edward Heath for making lead coffin. With covering note from Thomas Clayton re agreement for same

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/21  19 May 1645

Contents:
Receipted bill from Richard Hawkins for various items in connection with the funeral, including use of velvet pall 'it is torne cruelly by snatching the schocheons'
Endorsed 'the painters note'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/22  15 April 1646

Contents:
Receipted coachmaker's bill

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/23  April 1645-Oct 1646

Contents:
List of sums paid for various purposes [? By Heath or his steward]. Includes payments to various Committees and garrisons

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/24  September 1646-April 1647

Contents:
Detail account of expenses 'for Peggy' 'since her going to schoole at Richmond'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/25  25 Jan 1648

Contents:
Receipted bill to Mr Finch for haberdashery

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/26  31 January 1648

Contents:
Receipted apothecary's bill to Mr Heath, signed by Thomas Barrow, for his master John Chapman

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/27  3 April 1648

Contents:
Receipted apothecary's bill from John Chapman to Mr Heath 'for his daughter'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/28  [1647-8]

Contents:
Receipted bill for legal work

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/29  1 December 1648

Contents:
Paid bill from 'Mr Wardlye' [Thomas Wardley] to Mr Heath for expenses for Peggy

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/30  5 June 1649

Contents:
? Housekeeper's expenses.
Endorsed: 'Bes Brownes bills payd 5th June 1649'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/31  6 July 1649

Contents:
Paid bill for miscellaneous groceries and household effects
Endorsed: 'Bes Brownes bill'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/32  21 July 1649

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Wardley for provisions 'for my daughter'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/33  24 Sept 1649

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Wardley to Mr Heath for expenses connected with his daughter

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/34  28 August 1649

Contents:
Paid bill for groceries endorsed 'Elizabeth Brownes bills

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/35  31 August 1649

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Hall for women's mourning accessories

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/36  15 December 1649

Contents:
Paid bill for making a 'silkeworke seller'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/37  15 February 1651

Contents:
Letter from Thomas Turner to Edward Heath, at Cottesmore: re various receipts and payments and other business matters

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/38  2 December 1653

Contents:
Bond in penal sum of £400 from Edward Heath, Cottesmore, Rutland, esquire to Anthony Penistone, City of London, clerk to secure payment of £203

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/39  3 Jan 1654

Contents:
Receipted bill from Robert Cumbrill to Edward Heath for mercery

Miscellaneous papers volumes  DR 98/1651/40  3 Jan 1654

Contents:
Paid bill to Mr Heath for tobacco, oil etc. Endorsed 'R. Cumbrill the mercers bill'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/41  13 February 1654

Contents:
Memorandum of loan of £700 to Earl of Stafford for a month at £3.10s interest

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/42  [c. 1654]

Contents:
2 lists of names and payments for Cottesmore and Barrow [same hand as above]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/43  6 April 1654

Contents:
Paid bill from 'Soulthrop' for fish

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/44  31 July 1654

Contents:
Paid bill to Mr Heath from Michael Collin for smith's work

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/45  12 August 1654

Contents:
Bill for meat

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/46  9 September 1654

Contents:
Bill for meat

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/47  11 September 1654

Contents:
Paid bill from John Worth to Edward Heath for grocery

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/48  23 September 1654

Contents:
Paid bill from Mary Watson for groceries bought of various

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/49  30 December 1654

Contents:
Bill, with letter, from Matthew Bissett 'Gardiner in Greenwich' to Edward Heath, Cottesmore, for fruit trees

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/50  1649-1655

Contents:
List of various accounts arising after 'my fathers funeralls'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/51  15 January 1654/5

Contents:
Receipted bill from Toby Willcockes for tallow and candles

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/52  4 April 1655

Contents:
Paid bill from Mary Watson for groceries

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/53  9 April 1655

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Sadler for saddlery

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/54  4 October 1655

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Wingfield for blacksmithing

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/55  6 October 1655

Contents:
Paid bill from Mary Watson for groceries

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/56  10 October 1655

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Sadler for saddlery

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/57  14 November 1655

Contents:
Receipted bill from Toby Willcockes for vinegar, oil and candles

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/58  25 January 1659

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Allen for saddlery. Endorsed 'Allins bill of Sevenock'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/59  23 July 1663

Contents:
Receipted bill from Henry Hothersall to John Heath, 'Attourney of the Duchy of Lancaster' for wine, bottles, corks and carriage.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/60  29 July 1663; 27 October 1663; 21 November 1663

Contents:
Three receipts on one sheet, from Edward Clench to Sir Edward Heath for instalments of a legal bill

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/61  1669-1671

Contents:
Bill from 'Mr Stampar' to Sir John Heath for clothing and accessories

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/62  27 July 1670

Contents:
Paid bill to Sir John Heath, for meat

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/63  21 May 1671

Contents:
Carriers bill to Lady Heath

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/64  1672

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Wells to Sir John Heath for tailoring and haberdashery

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/65  17 May 1672

Contents:
Bill from 'Mr Morse' to Sir John Heath, Brasted, for wine

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/66  11 March 1673

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Sewell, for his master Joseph Spicer to Sir John Heath, for pickles

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/67  13 November 1673

Contents:
Receipted bill from Mary Rosogan to Lady Heath for dressmaking and haberdashery.
Endorsed 'Mrs Rusoggan.. a bill for my daughter'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/68  16 July 1674

Contents:
Receipted bill from Richard Roberts to Sir John Heath, Treasurer of the Inner Temple, for wine 'for the use of the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple in Trinity Terme'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/69  22 July 1674

Contents:
Paid bill from 'Mr Collins' to Sir John Heath for books and [news]letters

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/70  26 October 1674

Contents:
Letter from Robert Heath, Otford to his brother, Dr Francis Heath, Brasted with copy of the administration accounts for George Heath, their brother

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/71  27 November 1674

Contents:
Bill receipted by William Bampfylde, for James Leman, to William Miners for linen 'for the use of the Temple'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/72  16 December 1674

Contents:
Bill to Lady Heath for spices

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/73  22 January 1675

Contents:
Bill to Sir John Heath for groceries

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/74  18 February 1675

Contents:
Bill to Lady Heath from Mrs Rosuggan for various items [for the Heath daughter]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/75  16 July 1676

Contents:
Bill to Mrs Heath for music, pens & ink, tuning the virginalls

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/76  9 November 1676

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Lowch to Francis Heath, as trustee of his brother George, deceased, for apothecary items.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/77  30 January 1678

Contents:
Receipted bill from Simon Miller to Dr [Francis] Heath for a bill for books to George Heath in 1671

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/78  11 July 1679

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Lee to Dr Francis Heath for a bill to [George] Heath for medicine in 1671

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/79  11 July 1679

Contents:
Receipted bill from Samuel Waters, grocer to Dr Francis Heath for a bill to George Heath for spices in 1670

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/80  16 July 1679

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Wind to Francis Heath for a bill to George Heath for fish bought of Arthur Wind in 1666

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/81  10 July 1682

Contents:
Receipt from William Eborn to William Peyto for settlement of all accounts

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1651/82  11 July 1682

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Barnard to William Peyto for costs in actions Peyto v. Brimsby and Fowles v. Peyto

Undated bill  DR 98/1651/83  [e. 17th century]

Contents:
Estimate for rebuilding work concerning parapets, windows and chimneys reusing stone or using new stone

Undated bill  DR 98/1651/84  [e. 17th century]

Contents:
Travelling expenses 'for my jorney into harford sheire and back a gaine' [to collect 'My lady'] includes payments to 'Mr henrey nowells gardiner' and 'the blind harper'

Undated bill  DR 98/1651/85  [before 1649]

Contents:
Bill for material, including 'for Frank's gowne' [?Dr Francis Heath]

Undated bill  DR 98/1651/86  [after 1664]

Contents:
Bill to Sir John Heath for wine Endorsed 'Mr Plantin ye vintners bill'

Undated bill  DR 98/1651/87  10 March-21 April n.y

Contents:
Bill for/account of meat

Undated bill  DR 98/1651/88  28 July n.y

Contents:
Receipted bill for haberdashery and tailoring

Undated bill  DR 98/1651/89  [n.d.]

Contents:
?Stewards household expenses: includes 'to entertaine my Lady Pockering'

Undated bill  DR 98/1651/90  [n.d.]

Contents:
'Wades estimate of the sheep & neats at Cotsmore'

Undated bill  DR 98/1651/91  [n.d.]

Contents:
Valuation, in same hand as above, of cut and growing crops and cattle

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652  1615-1686

195 pieces, listed

Contents:
Letters and papers of the Heath family of Brasted, Kent, and Cottesmore, Rutland.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/1  1615

Contents:
30 September 1615
Copy will of Robert Heath, Inner Temple, London, esq. Appoints wife Margaret sole executrix and leaves as her jointure house and lands at Pendhill, Surrey (after death of testator's mother). lands in Saxelby, Lincs. and manor of North Ingleby. Also £100 worth of plate and household goods of her choice. After bequests to servants, appoints Overseers William Crowe 'my wife's uncle' and cousins Thomas Seyliard esq., Edward Michell, esq. and Robert Seyliard, gent., to whom leaves manor of Beisbye and lands in Beisby, Trusthope, Sutton, Malley and Hagnaby, Lincs. and Winwicke, Northants. to sell, pay debts and educate children. Residue to be divided among younger sons Edward, John and daughters Marie and Elizabeth at 22 or marriage after 18. All other lands in Yorks., Lincs. and Surrey to son Robert at 22 with remainder to his heirs or son John and his heirs.
12 October 1615
Note signed by Robert Heath that death of eldest son Robert has caused him to replace his name in will with that of next son Edward.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/2  28 April 1626

Contents:
John Newdigate, Arbury to Sir Robert Heath, Attorney General. Amount of goods distrained from recusants less than hoped because 'conveighed away'. Any neglect of office [as Sheriff] is due to want of experience.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/3  n.d. [before Jan 1634/5]

Contents:
Susanna Croke to Edward Heath (her son in law). Acknowledges news of health of wife (daughter Lucy). Thanks him for keeping writer's sister to help Lucy. Thanks Edward's sister [Mary], Lady Morley [wife of son William] for her care of Lucy.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/4  14 September, n.y. [1631 x 1634]

Contents:
Richard Stair, Northampton to Sir Robert Heath, Lord Chief Justice of Common Pleas. Re election of Mr. [Edward] Heath as verderer. Opposition of Sir Christopher Hatton's candidate. General affairs in neighbourhood.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/5  10 August 1635

Contents:
Timothy Stampe to Edward Heath: chides for lack of correspondence. Inquires re affairs at Cottesmore; regrets cannot visit this summer "my profession commands ye contrary'.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/6  31 August 1635

Contents:
Same to [same]: General remarks indicating some dispute between correspondents.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/7-10  [n.d.]

Contents:
These letters are undated but their tone and context suggest that they date from the late 1630s.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/7  c.1634

Contents:
Lucy Heath to Edward Heath: All are well and hopes he is. Urges his speedy return home. Mother and grandmother send their love.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/8  c.1638

Contents:
Same to same: 'at Sir Wm Morleys house in Chichester'. Looks forward to his return and 'a comfortable meeting'. Refers to 'seeds of wormwood' in his heart.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/9  c.1638

Contents:
Same to same, at Wicksnorth, Derbys.: Urges return. News of harvest. Speaks of her 'desire to satisfy you in any thing'.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/10  --

Contents:
Same to same: 'I have given an unwilling consent which your breach of promises forst me to do but this is not the first you have broken to me.'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/11  1639-40

Contents:
[?] List of tenants and wives to be [?] entertained at [Cottesmore], Barrow and Collieweston at Christmas (3 leaves).

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/12  4 June 1641

Contents:
William Be[a]rnes to Sir Robert Heath: Opposition of tenants to enclosure [at Soham, Cambs.] Riotous behaviour encouraged by example of proceedings in other counties.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/13  10 October 1641

Contents:
Mary Tayler, London to her brother Stephen Dexter (redirected from Collyweston to 'ye three swanes in fanchurch streete'. Requests he will speak to Mr. Heath to pay in the money 'with all spede' as has need of it.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/14  3 December 1641

Contents:
H. Allen, Stamford to [Edward] Heath, Cotsmore: sends copy of draft petition from inhabitants of Rutland for reform of episcopal abuses by Parliament.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/15  4 December 1641

Contents:
[Copy] Reply to /10: suggests alterations in wording petition.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/16  11 December 1641

Contents:
Same to same: The more he considers draft petition, the more he dislikes the wording and possibility of change.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/17  17 December 1641

Contents:
H. Allen, Stamford to [Edward] Heath, Cottesmore: Rebuts Heath's fears re petition re Episcopacy.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/18  2 October 1642

Contents:
[Sir] Edward Nicholas [Secretary of State], Shrewsbury to Sir Robert Heath 'at ye Ea: of Derbys House': His Majesty wishes Heath to come to him at Shrewsbury 'wth as much convenient speede as you may'. The Kings Army increases daily and enemies decline' since the great defeat given by Prince Rupert to their choysest horrse'.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/19  15 February 1642/3

Contents:
Harrington to 'Sr': Encloses Captain Wrayes letter [not with]. Thinks will have little success with Lord Gray re horses as will not meddle outside his commission.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/20  12 July 1643

Contents:
John Nanfan and Henry Townshend, Worcester to Sir Robert Heath; Re examination as to marriage of George Blunt, son of Giles, gent., and Ann Russell, he being deaf, but of full understanding.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/21  4 September 1643

Contents:
Thomas Bulstrode, London to 'Good Cosen' [?Robert Heath]. Dire financial straits in which father's death and debts have left him, including £450 due to Heath which offers to secure on The Bull Inn, Colebrooke Townsend'.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/22  9 September 1643

Contents:
Katherine Wirdnam to 'Sr' [Edward Heath]. All well 'though dayli expecting crulty if the enemy get the victory'. Has carried out instructions re tenants. 'I can get but litel rents'. General estate news.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/23  14 September 1643

Contents:
Thomas [Westfield, Bishop of] Bristol, Bristol to Edward Heath, Oxford: Distress at news of family illness. Although safe at Bristol, all estate at London has been seized as has his living. Has not yet compounded for his First Fruits and asks advice.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/24  18 October 1643

Contents:
Katherine Wirdname to [?Edward Heath, Oxford]. All tenants prepared to pay rents and acknowledge no other landlord. Denies Mrs. Burton's complaints. Duty from Mrs. Margaret and your aunt and Mr. Paul. As yet no plunder.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/25  12 November 1643

Contents:
Katherine Wirdname to [?Edward Heath, Oxford]. Rents have been seized by Rockingham [castle] forces and house plundered of various items. Tenants say will pay rent only to Heath unless compelled by distraint. Daily fears and frights. Bailiff won't do anything she tells him.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/26  4 December 1643

Contents:
Lucy Heath [wife of Edward] to Sir Gilbert Pykering, Northampton. Left her children behind for safety but now understands that Rockingham garrison intends to distrain goods, evict children and quarter soldiers [at Cottesmore]. Asks for safe passage for a coach and horses of her aunt, Lady Croke to collect child and maid and convey to Waterstock in Oxfordshire. Asks him 'remember whose child I am'.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/27  n.d. [c.April 1644]

Contents:
[Lucy Heath] to Mrs. Horsman: Refers to sequestration of estate leaving nothing for self and children, not even to bury 'my deare babe I have newly lost'. All her linnen and baby clothes have been taken at time when needs them 'being great with child'. Asks for mediation in their return. [Lucy Heath buried her son Robert, 2 April and baptised son John 11 October].

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/28  10 June 1644

Contents:
Draft [?in hand Edward Heath] L[ucy] H[eath] to Sir Samuel Luke, Newport Pagnell: Asks safe conduct for servant escorting Mrs. Warder to her mother Lady Dyer and then proceeding to Collyweston to enquire after welfare of writer's child at nurse there. Refers to loss, 2 months since, of another of her children at nurse. Refers to unhappy times and asks for his favour to kinsman of her husband, John Hurd, who is a prisoner seeking exhange.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/29  12 November 1644

Contents:
Mary Croke to Edward Heath, her nephew [by marriage]. Sends money by bearer for effecting security of Cottesmore and Lucy from attentions of Army.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/30  15 November 1644

Contents:
Same to same: News of wife and children and threat of quartering soldiers.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/31  16 December 1644

Contents:
K[atherine] W[irdname] to [Edward Heath]. Safe arrival and good health of Lucy. Depredations of surrounding garrisons. Lucy anxious for Mrs. Margaret's company [Margaret b.1636] but she would be lonely.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/32  n.d. [before May 1645]

Contents:
E.L. to Lucy Heath 'Dearest Cosen'. Has forwarded letters as requested and will help in any way can.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/33  n.d. [?1632]

Contents:
[Sir] Robert Heath to Edward Heath, 'Nedd': General news and estate affairs. 'I can say nothing untill I see howe my Brother Croke has left all things'. [Paulus Ambrosius Croke, father of Lucy Heath, died 25 August 1632].

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/34  7 May 1645

Contents:
[Copy] Ed[ward] H[eath] to 'Good Mris Westf[ield], wife of Thomas, Bishop of Bristol]. Will forward £10 owing. Re payments due for First Fruits. Refers to wife's bad health. 'I pray God helpe her'. [Lucy died 14 May].

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/35  11 July 1645

Contents:
El[izabeth] W[estfield, wife of Thomas] to [Edward Heath]: Condoles on loss [of wife]. Encloses letter [not with] for delivery 'to him who is the principal mover in my businesse'. Asks for help re collection of rents especially from Sir Edward Yates for Buckland, Berks and Mr. Piers Edgecombe.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/36  15 October 1645

Contents:
K[atherine] W[irdname] to [Edward Heath]: Lucy (daughter) is recovering from smallpox 'she dothe growe every daye more loverly'. Refers to divisions among members of local committee. Estate affairs. Mrs. Crosby asks for news of her son.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/37  n.d

Contents:
Same to same: Urges him to send children [to Cottesmore]. Local committee would make them allowance 'for shame'. Aunt continues ill. News of estate.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/38  10 January 1645/6

Contents:
Same to same: Health of children. Living on borrowed money and need wood to warm house in hard weather.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/39  20 January [1645/6]

Contents:
J.H. to 'Sir' [Edward Heath]: Re moves for compounding and letters to Mrs. W. [Katherine Wirdname] and tenants.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/40  26 January 1645/6

Contents:
Same to same: Has been unable to solicit any of the Committee [for an allowance]. News of estate. Child's good nature cheers everyone. Distrust of Henry Brown.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/41  [February 1645/6]

Contents:
J.H. to 'Sir' [?Edward Heath]: Aunt suggests Katherine Wirdname go to London to ask Parliament for maintenance.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/42  8 May 1647

Contents:
Joseph Burton, Lichfield to Edward Heath, Warwick Court 'wth in Newgate'. Regrets trouble caused in dealing with Goodwin. Believes Heath is not bound as G-- broken his agreement. Recommends bearer John Hancock if needs groom, formerly Lord Southampton's groom.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/43  22 August 1647

Contents:
F[rancis] H[eath] to J[ohn] H[eath]: 'Deare brother': Events move so rapidly news is out of date. Throwing out of Ordinances by Presbyterians and impeachments resultant by Army 'they intend to be very severe' against those involved in late disturbances in city. Rumours re escape of 'Poines'; capture of Sir William Waller en route to Holland. The plague increases at London and is spread in several places. News of friends.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/44  6 September 1647

Contents:
John Denton, Mistertons, near Lutterworth to Edward Heath, Cottesmore: Hoped until Saturday to go to Cottesmore and on to Leadmines despite lack of encouragement from Sir Cornelius but then another sister arrived to see relations and writer has agreed to escort her to Lord P near Bristol.
Asks Heath to send someone to see how mines do. Will agree to whatever Heath decides.
Copy reply 11 Sept: Urging visit to mines.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/45  21 October [1647]

Contents:
John Denton, Middle Claydon to Edward Heath: Re absconding and hiding of Sir. Cornelius [?] [?Sir Cornelius de Glarges]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/46  9 December 1647

Contents:
Robert Heath, Maidstone to Edward Heath, Brasted 'his friend and kinsman': Encloses [not with] papers to square accounts. Condolences on death of 'My Lady' [Margaret, wife of Sir Robert Heath, died 2 December].

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/47  6 March 1647/8

Contents:
Edward Heath to Mr. Gage: Hears of 'terrible order' made against compounders. Asks for details and explains his actions. Has no money until Lady Day.
Reply Order is to give power to arrest those who refuse to compound at all or 'fail to fulfil termes of ther Ordinance'.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/48  18 January 1648/9

Contents:
E. Leventhorp, The Strand, to Sir Thomas Peyton, Bt.; 'my little charge and yours' was abducted from Lady Baker's who had invited her. Has had her sister Wellford and her daughter Frances arrested. Traced kidnappers to Uxbridge and arrested Mrs. Haughton, Mrs. Merries [?] and the 2 'gentlemen that took her away' though 2 latter escaped.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/49  3 May 1649

Contents:
[Rev] W. Marshall to Edward Heath, Cotsmore: Re Collyweston Vicarage and their respective rights/obligations.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/50  8 May 1649

Contents:
Same to same: Heath seems determined 'to pinch on your parsons side' without provocation. Heath is illegal in attempt to deprive him of tithe. Writer's wife desires the valuable tithe milk; she 'knows not how to maintain her familie without it'.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/51  9 May 1649

Contents:
Same to same: Denies evil intent towards Heath nor disrespect. Has heard rumours from others of Heath's true opinion which encourages them to deny writer's rights.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/52  28 August 1649

Contents:
[Copy] Will of Sir Robert Heath written in the form of a letter to his son John. Books and manuscripts on Common Law to son John; Books and MSS re divinity to son George; Books and MSS re Civil Law to son Francis. Rest of books and Mss to eldest son Edward and 4th son Robert. Personal estate to be disposed of by sons Edward and John by the advice of Sir Cornelius de Glarges. Wedding ring to daughter [Margaret] Morley [wife of Sir William]: Desires sons to find employment for faithful servant David Powell who to have testator's ordinary wearing apparel but not judges and legal robes.
Witnesses: Rowland Jenkes, William Bennett, Peirce le Say.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/53  27 October 1649

Contents:
Memorandum by Edward Heath re proposition of Thomas Handy re Collyweston Park.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/54  23 December 1649

Contents:
Francis Heath to Edward Heath, London: Is resolved to follow conscience even if means imprisonment. Asks for loan of £50.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/55  8 February 1649/50

Contents:
Francis Heath to Edward Heath, London: Has written asking for an indefinite parole and a pass for exchange. Brother John will try and find suitable prisoner for exchange.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/56  [21 April 1650: endorsement]

Contents:
Same to same, Cotesmore: Has received discharge and secured his conscience he hopes. Refers to proposal for an annuity.
(Endorsed with note in hand of Edward Heath re replies]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/57  16 May 1650

Contents:
Same to same: Delayed by business from coming to Rutland. Uncertainty re terms of Act, so has not stirred more than 5 miles from home. News of arrests.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/58  25 July 1650

Contents:
Same to same: Need for money. Problem with rents due [from John Heath's estate] to the College.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/59  15 September 1650

Contents:
Same to same: Thinks Composition necessary. Discuss with Mr. Rutland.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/60  7 October 1650

Contents:
Certificate that Edward Heath, Cotsmore, Rutland has subscribed according to Act of Parliament, as to his place of residence.
Signed John Barry, Minister at Cotesmore.
T: John Wheston, Thomas Hazard, constables.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/61  29 December 1650

Contents:
Francis Heath to Edward Heath, Cottesmore: The composition passed and Mr. Rutland has paid the fine 'a true friend'.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/62  11 April 1651

Contents:
[?J.N.] to Edward Heath: Has been unable since last to do more in Heath's business.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/63  28 July 1651

Contents:
John Webb, Brownes Court to Edward Heath, Cotesmore. Thanks for charity to family. Gives account of the careers of his brothers and sisters including youngest Edward 'yr Godson' who lives with mother. Refers to suffering of 'my Unkle Sir Sackvile' who still in the Tower and to uncle William Crowe.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/64  14 August 1651

Contents:
Francis Heath to [Edward Heath]. Mr. Rutland has obtained order from Committee to enjoy tithes of Otford compounded for.
Refers to workings of an enemy 'You must boldly assert your right by Deed to the estate compounded for by Mr. Rutland'. 'I know not what to say touching the business of the dutch Knight' [Cornelius Garge].
Notes in hand Edward Heath re reply 20 August.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/65  2 September 1651

Contents:
William Chislett, London to Edward Heath, Cotsmore: Re means of securing arrears of rent owed by tenants at North Ingleby.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/66  7 September 1651

Contents:
Francis Heath to Edward Heath: More re Mr. Rutland and generally re compounding. Newmans patron has issued private instructions to parishioners enjoyning them not to pay tithes to Rutland.
Notes re reply 17 September.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/67  21 September 1651

Contents:
[Rev] G[eorge] H[eath] to Edward Heath, Cotesmore: Re interception of letters and caution in writing. Re estate accounts; grounds for fear of sequestration. Enmity of Newman to Francis and aggressive actions of Lord Puramont [?]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/68  5 January 1651/2

Contents:
J. Goury to Edward Heath, Cotesmore: Requests portrait of Sir Robert Heath for copying and payment for last picture.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/69  6 February 1651/2

Contents:
[Francis Heath] to [Edward Heath]: Has had no reply to 2 letters - business needs resolving. Has spoken to Mrs. Whiting re her late husband's agreement re woods. Her account differs from G[eorge's].

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/70  8 February 1651/2

Contents:
Same to same: Re same: Complains about George's behaviour. Refers to ill progress of business with The Dutch Knight.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/71  28 March 1652

Contents:
R[obert] H[eath] to Edward Heath, Cotesmore: Re business with Mrs. Whiting. "Ge[orge] hath bin very negligent and wilful in it". Sends details of fellings in Foxbury Wood and asks instructions re sale. Brother John has moved to Boulogne.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/72  17 April 1652

Contents:
Thomas Turner to Edward Heath, Cotesmore: Has received money for Heath's use via Cambridge carrier but some of it is clipt. Has paid money to Mr. Isaac Barrow for his 'poor distressed' brother Thomas.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/73  23 May 1652

Contents:
[Rev] George Heath to Edward Heath, St. Martin in the Fields: Re likelihood of which brother may have deeds Edward is looking for. George is also looking for his letters of Institution from 1646.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/74  29 May 1652

Contents:
Mary [Lady] Morley [estranged wife of Sir William] to Edward Heath, her brother. Has done what she thinks best [re sales]. "Frank will think it too little and you will thinke it deare enough. Will send trunk next week. Refers to past relations

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/75  30 May 1652

Contents:
Mary [Lady] Morley [estranged wife of Sir William] to Edward Heath, her brother. Refers to arrival of Mr. Morley.
Glad to hear of return of John. Will send papers re Bourne in the trunk.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/76  3 November 1653

Contents:
Same to same: Urges him to have Bourne writings ready. Has written to Sir Edward Forde re affair. [re rights of presentation to Westbourne, Sussex].

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/77  20 November 1653

Contents:
Same to same: Re same matter. Dispute with Lord Lumley re same.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/78  27 November 1653

Contents:
Same to same: Family affairs; dispute twixt brothers re mother's arrangements re plate. Rehearses her mother's deeds and speech.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/79  15 September 1656

Contents:
Edward Heath, Halnaker [Sussex] to Roger Heath, his cousin, at Shalford near Guildford. Mr. Fanshaw's concerns re sale of Kenton Parke and proposed settlement of same as writer's daughter's jointure. [Margaret Heath m. Thomas Fanshawe 5 Feb 1656]. Writer debarred from coming to London by late proclamation.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/80  20 September 1656

Contents:
Roger Heath to Edward Heath, his cousin. Reply to /79.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/81  16 October 1656

Contents:
Margaret Heath to Edward Heath, her father: Mr. Fanshaw regrets having missed seeing him. Trusts business will be soon settled.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/82  16 October 1656

Contents:
[Rev] G[eorge] H[eath], Halnaker, [Sussex] to Edward Heath, Cotesmore: Negotiations re Margaret's marriage settlement.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/83  20 October 1656

Contents:
Margaret Heath to Edward Heath, her father: General news. Mr. Fanshaw says is doing best to sell Kenton Park.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/84  20 October 1656

Contents:
[Rev] G[eorge] H[eath], Halnaker, [Sussex] to Edward Heath, Cottesmore. Has discussed matters with niece [Margaret] re marriage settlement. Remarks re terms under discussion.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/85  3 November 1656

Contents:
Same to same: Matters no further forward. Had to stop sister [Lady Morley] from interfering.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/86  4 November 1656

Contents:
[Rev] G[eorge] H[eath], Halnaker, [Sussex] to Edward Heath, Cottesmore: Edward's daughter much upset by his letter and threat of breaking off marriage. She is writing to her father. Asks Edward Heath to purchase bible with engraved initials CM for his goddaughter.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/87  9 November 1656

Contents:
Mary, [Lady] Morley to [Edward Heath]: Urges him to stick to principles re terms of marriage settlement. Is not in her niece's confidence.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/88  9 November 1656

Contents:
[Rev] G[eorge] H[eath], Halnaker [Sussex] to Edward Heath, Salisbury Court near Fleet Street: Re Margaret's marriage settlement and other affairs including business of 'Brother Morley' [Sir William] whom refers to as 'the Dunghilly Kt."

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/89  16 November 1656

Contents:
Same to same: Margaret's attitude to marriage settlement negotiations. She avers Mr.F[anshaw] did not know she was her mother's heiress, which writer doubts. 'Say what I will shee will doe whatt shee list'.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/90  23 November 1656

Contents:
M[ary, Lady] M[orley] to Edward Heath, her brother. Re marriage negotiations. 'God direct al for the best'.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/91  [23 Nov 1656 - endorsed]

Contents:
[Rev] George Heath to Edward Heath, London, his brother: Distress of Margaret on receipt of her father's letter apparently breaking off negotiations. Urges his visit as Mr. Fanshaw has arrived and no-one can deny his access.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/92  27 November 1656

Contents:
Same to same: Re visits of Mr. Fanshaw, and over-affectionate behaviour of Margaret. Writer has made sure he shares a chamber with Mr. Fanshaw. 'Your presence would doe more than 20 letters'.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/93  27 Nov 1656

Contents:
Rough copy Edward Heath to George Heath.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/94  27 November 1656

Contents:
Mary [Lady] Morley to Edward Heath, her brother: Writes to second George's urging for his presence.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/95  30 November 1656

Contents:
Margaret Heath to Edward Heath, her father: Is distressed by his displeasure v. self and Mr. Fanshaw. Any faults unintentional. [enclosed with /96 below].

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/96  1 December 1656

Contents:
[Rev] G[eorge] H[eath], Halnaker, Sussex to Edward Heath, London, his brother. Has been in fierce dispute with niece [Margaret] re marriage settlement negotiations. "Itt is ill making of a a good wife out of a disobedient daughter".

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/97  1 December 1656

Contents:
Same to same: 'Monday night late': Margaret has asked him to write on her behalf.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/98  1 December 1656

Contents:
Mary [Lady] Morley to [Edward Heath]: Re same affair.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/99  4 December 1656

Contents:
[Rev] G[eorge] H[eath], Halnaker, Sussex to Edward Heath: General remarks on niece's behaviour and character. 'Pardon my plainness'.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/100  8 December 1656

Contents:
Same to same: As before. Looks forward to his arrival.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/101  1 February 1657/8

Contents:
Mary [Lady[ Morley to [Edward Heath]. Incloses [not with ?cut away] details which asks him to get Roger Heath to frame legally. Asks for his discretion.
[On remains of 2nd page is written the recipe for an 'unctione for a --- cough'... ' Different hand.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/102  22 February 1657/8

Contents:
Same to same: Re parsonage lease and bond 'made at the marriage of the second wife' who writer wishes to be 'hindered in the administration'.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/103  13 May 1658

Contents:
Same to same: Re Heath and family troubles 'this miserable distracted family'.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/104  19 August 1658

Contents:
J. Morley to Edward Heath, Salisbury Court, Fleet Street, his uncle: Hope arrived safely with 'small charge' who will by now have seen 'both the lions and the tombs'. His mother is still wavering re visit to Mr. Stewards. News of brothers William and Ned.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/105  1 August 1659

Contents:
H.H. to E[dward] H[eath]: Upheavals of state; risings in country and militia called out.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/106  17 October 1659

Contents:
Thomas Laxton to Edward Heath 'at the signe of the greene dragon at fleete bridge': Financial and accounting matters. Has sent trunks by carrier. Asks how many hogsheads of beer wants filled.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/107  20 November 1659

Contents:
Anthony Pennyston to Edward Heath 'friende and kinsman'. Has spoken with Thomas Laxton re estate affairs.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/108  15 February 1659/60

Contents:
Richard Adams to Edward Heath, Salisbury Court, London: Re offers for lease of a farm.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/109  15 February 1659/60

Contents:
Thomas Laxton to Edward Heath: Willcocks will sell freehold in Cotesmore for about £200. Has reckoned with Mr. Pennystone for oats and coal.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/110  27 March 1660

Contents:
Richard Adams to Edward Heath: Hopes to be imployed re county militia. Election for Knights of Shire on Thursday.
Will vote for Captain Shearard and Mr. Brown of Stockins. Has been chosen Constable.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/111  6 June 1660

Contents:
Same to same: Nicholas Christian refuses to confess that he said anything v. King and Parliament, but remembers something he saw written on a maypole.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/112  24 October 1660

Contents:
[Rev] Richard Levett [Rector of] Ashwell to Edward Heath, London: soliciting presentation to Cotesmore.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/113  28 November 1660

Contents:
[Sir] Richard Wingfield to [Edward Heath]: Asks him to advance £10 to Charles Wingfield or John Clarke if they ask.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/114  10 December 1660

Contents:
[Rev] G[eorge] H[eath], Bore Place to [Edward Heath]: Re his status in ministry [i.e. Prebend of Lincoln] - he had institution by Kings Letters Patent.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/115  22 December 1660

Contents:
[Sir] Ri[chard] Wingfield to [Edward Heath]: Lord Lieutenant willing to grant Heath's desires. Writer hopes for Heath's support 'if the country shall thinke me worthy to serve them...'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/116  19 January 1660/1

Contents:
Elesebeth Robenson to [Edward] Heath: Asks that her new son-in-law may take over tenancy of her house. Will pay arrears of rent and effect repairs.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/117  25 January 1660/1

Contents:
[Copy] Order from E[dward, Earl of] Manchester [Chancellor of the University] to the Master and Fellows of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, for the re-admission of Francis Heath to his Fellowship.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/118  4 April 1661

Contents:
Sam[uel] Browne, Stockings, to Edward Heath: soliciting for next presentation to Cottesmore, if Dr. Gunning relinquishes on elevation to Regius Professor, on behalf of the eldest son of Mr. Adamson of Tighe, a Fellow of Caius and BD [William].

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/119  5 June 1661

Contents:
R[obert] Heath to his brother, Sir Edward Heath: Re business before the Commissioners at the Savoy. Hope will have reparation for losses and reward for services. 'I pray God the K: may find truer friends, and such as wil do his work grates'. 'We serve a good Master but no very good paymaster.'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/120  19 June 1661

Contents:
Th[omas] Laxton to Sir Edward Heath, London: Re arrest of John Pears and Barowman, sons of his tenants, on Heath's orders. Other estate and accounting matters. Prospects for harvest.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/121  7 July 1661

Contents:
Arthur Parfoy to Sir Edward Heath: Asks for information re tythe hay not within the composition.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/122  8 July 1661

Contents:
Thomas Laxton to [Sir Edward Heath]: General estate business.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/123  24 July 1661

Contents:
Same to same: Money will be in short supply until wool sold. Loss of a horse lent to a tenant. Will try to find tenant for Mr. Adams' farm but would like himself.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/124  15 August 1661

Contents:
Same to same: Progress of building works.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/125  16 September 1661

Contents:
Thomas Browne, Farningham to John Heath, Attorney of the Duchy of Lancaster. Encomium on Sir Robert Heath's generosity, then asks for Heath's patronage.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/126  30 September 1661

Contents:
Ro[bert] Heath, Oxford to John Heath, Attorney of the Duchy [of Lancaster]: Re failure of defaulters to answer summons re arms for king's service. On reverse sends list of names.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/127  20 January 1661/2

Contents:
[Rev] G[eorge] H[eath] to Sir Edward Heath, K.B.: Re problems re living and incroachment on his rights.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/128  6 September 1662

Contents:
James Heath 'your assured servant and cosin' to [Sir Edward Heath]. Asks for financial help to stave off creditors and avoid prison.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/129  20 September [1662 endorsed]

Contents:
Sa[muel] Crow to Sir Edward Heath, Cottesmore "Good Cossen". Legal affairs re charges on estate.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/130  n.d. [c.1662]

Contents:
[Copy] J[ohn] H[eath] to the Lord Chancellor: Seeking patronage after exile. Has his Majesty's promises and received warrant as Attorney of Duchy of Lancaster in exile.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/131  23 January 1662/3

Contents:
Mary [Lady] Morley to Sir Edward Heath, K.B., (her brother): Sorry to hear of his illness. Their family has always suffered in health. Her mother's remedies. Her financial straits.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/132  2 November 1663

Contents:
Thomas Coo, Kings Clere, to Sir Edward Heath, K.B.: Re right of presentation of Cotesmore and non-payment to writer of legacy 'given me by my Aunt Croke'. Thinks at least should be considered

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/133  9 November 1663

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/134  22 February 1663

Contents:
William Coo, Cranford to Sir Edward Heath, K.B.: Writes re disgraceful career of his son "... if theeving, whoreing, playing and drinking will make a student this fellow is the best in the towne..' Has also been ill used by his brother [?Thomas above] Law re payment of legacies.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/135  19 July 1664

Contents:
Abigail Yance, Wood Street Compter to Sir Edward Heath, Fleet Street, Refers to sufferings "for his Ma[jes]tie" and asks for relief. [Tone of letter implies that writer has revealed some plot].

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/136  31 January 1664/5

Contents:
[Rev] George Heath to Sir Edward Heath, London: Asks for news of family and friends. On-going dispute with brother John re payment of costs in suit v. Baldwin.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/137  12 March 1664/5

Contents:
[Sir] John Heath, Brasted to Sir Edward Heath, K.B.: Has just returned from Kentish Assizes. Family news. Dealings with Sir John Prettyman [wife's son by 1st husband]. Need for improvement work on tomb [of Sir Robert].

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/138  9 October 1665

Contents:
[Sir] Edward Heath, Cotesmore to Sir John Heath, M.P., Oxford: Refers to your 'brother Verney' who is in Warwickshire 'having a great windfall lately hapened to him by the death of his nephew Sir Grevill Verney'. Rumour says will have income of £4,000 p.a. and £20,000 in money. Refers to abortive match twixt Verney and 'our Cosen Cicily'.
[Richard Verney, later Lord Willoughby de Broke m. 1651 Margaret, daughter of Sir John Prettyman [sister-in-law of Margaret, wife of John].

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/139  10 October 1665

Contents:
Same to same: General and estate affairs.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/140  22 October 1665

Contents:
Same to same: Hopes has received letters and rent money sent via Captain Shuard. Local political affairs and elections for Lincoln. Although Parliament has voted an additional tax, thinks will be hard to collect "all trade being dead".

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/141  14 January 1665/6

Contents:
[Sir] John Heath to Sir Edward Heath, K.B.: Re approaches to Lady Taylor, widow, for marriage with Edward. General news re friends and family. Refers to Dr. Gunning and the presentation. Writer and wife 'desire you will assist us.. in our perplex'd affayres wth Sr John Pretyman' [his wife's former father-in-law]. Problems re lands of his wife, inherited from her father Sir Matthew Mennes and taken over by Pretyman.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/142  27 January 1665/6

Contents:
[Sir] Edward Heath to Sir John Heath, Brasted, Kent: Estate and family business.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/143  24 March 1665/6

Contents:
Mary [Lady] Morley to [Sir Edward Heath]: [Seems to refer to marriage negotiations and prospect of someone better].

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/144  11 November 1666

Contents:
[Rev] George Heath to Sir John Heath: Refers to reviving the suit and to 'the Satterday after the great fire'.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/145  30 December 1666

Contents:
Francis Heath, Brasted to [Sir Edward Heath], his brother. Journey to Cottesmore prevented by weather.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/146  12 January 1666/7

Contents:
Thomas Heath, Fetter Lane to Sir Edward Heath, Cotesmore. Asks for money for George Curtis: 'I am too well satisfied of his necessities'. The death of the Duchess of Richmond.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/147  21 January 1666/7

Contents:
[Sir] Richard Wiseman to Sir Edward Heath, Cotesmore. Acknowledges receipt of letter and collar of Brawn. Is happy for £100 to remain in Heath's hands.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/148  1 November 1667

Contents:
Timothy Stampe, near Cork to Sir John Heath: Recovered after vicissitudes of journey. Reports on business under headings: 'As to Balsborough'; 'As to Mendip'; 'As to Sir William Smith's business'; 'As to ye Ironworks and your brothers and my concerned therein'.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/149  n.d. [c.1667]

Contents:
Quarto notebook containing 'A true narrative of the Nine yeares heavy Oppression of Mr. [Tim]Stampe by some of his partners in ye Iron-workers in ye County of Wexford.'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/150  30 November 1667

Contents:
[Sir] Edward Heath to [Sir John Heath]: Refers to business with 'sonne Fanshaw' and other legal and business affairs.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/151  9 December 1667

Contents:
[Sir] Edward Heath to Sir John Heath, M.P. 'to be delivered to him at the house of Commons doore'. Refers to the Earl of Clarendon 'gotten out of the reach of those he calls his enemies'.
General business matters: Asks for 'a Gazet which will give some account of forraigne affairs'.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/152  4 January 1667/8

Contents:
[Sir] Edward Heath, Cotesmore to Sir John Heath, Brasted: Will send rents received. States his price for lands in Barrow. Outbreak of small-pox in Town makes him unwilling to lodge in private house.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/153  14 January 1667/8

Contents:
Richard Verney, Alaxton to [Sir Edward Heath]. Estate affairs - has spoken with Mr. Craddock.
On same: Rev. M[ountjoy] Craddock, [Rector of] Alaxton, to same: Journey delayed by parish affairs but has spoken to Mr. Verney re estate affairs.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/154  25 January 1667/8

Contents:
[Sir] Edward Heath, Cotesmore to [Sir John Heath, Brasted]. Has received Timothy Stampe's account of the affair [re iron works]. Dealings re same. Problem re Lord Baltimore's rent.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/155  17 February 1667/8

Contents:
Same to same, Westminster: Loath to send money 'since I heare there is very much robbing upon the roads'. Will come to London next week. Vexed re son Fanshaw and dealings for Barrow.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/156  19 February 1667/8

Contents:
Same to same, Inner Temple: Journey postponed by weather but has sent luggage ahead. Business affairs.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/157  19 February 1667/8 (evening)

Contents:
Same to same: Asks to be informed of safe arrival of trunk.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/158  1 April 1668

Contents:
Richard Verney, Alaxton, to Sir John Heath, M.P., Westminster. Has received offer for tenancy of Andrews Close; recommends acceptance.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/159  n.d. [?1668]

Contents:
Same to same: Has dealt with new tenant Mr. Vittell, who asks for copy of last inventory.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/160  11 April 1668

Contents:
Richard Verney, Alaxton to Sir Edward Heath 'at Sir John Heath's chamber in the Inner Temple': Re bonds and rents.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/161  9 May 1669

Contents:
Richard Verney, Alaxton to Sir John Heath, Inner Temple. Has leased Andrews Close etc. for 3 years to Mr. Vittell.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/162  11 July 1669

Contents:
[Sir] John Heath, Brasted to Sir Edward Heath, 'at his chamber two payre of stayres high in Figgtree Court in Inner Temple over the kitchen'. Re choice of jury and Mr. Robinson's exception to many 'because they were officers under Sir William Morley'. Journeyings and health of various family and friends. Asks for advice re paupers travelling under false passes 'one of them has now layd her Belly in the streetes of Brasted..'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/163  18 July 1669

Contents:
Same to same, 'at Sir Thomas Fanshaws howse at Jenkins in Essex'. Plans of various family members re travel. Hope will travel to Brasted soon.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/164  22 July 1669

Contents:
John Allington, Leamington Hastings (Hastang) to Sir Edward Heath, Cottesmore: Report of visit to Heath's pensioner Jane Jackson at Leamington Priors.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/165  24 August 1669

Contents:
William Hyde, Colsterworth (?) to 'Honor'd Sir' [Sir Edward Heath]. Apologies from Sir Christopher Clapham, whose wife is ill, also from writer who cannot travel because 'weather too hot'.
Regards from self, wife and godson.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/166  3 September 1669

Contents:
Margaret, [Lady] Heath, Brasted to Sir John Heath, Cottesmore. Refers to sudden death of Sir Edward and her husband's dealing with matters until daughter can decide. Implies no will but sure estate settled on daughter. Burial will need to take place before Fanshaws arrive from Somerset 'it being hot weather to keepe him at this season of the yeare.'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/167  19 September 1669

Contents:
Same to same: Sorry to hear of illness of Sir Thomas Fanshaw. General remarks re settling of Sir Edward's affairs. Lists those who need mourning.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/168  26 January 1669/70

Contents:
Margaret Fairbank, Cotesmore to Sir John Heath, Temple. Re cleaning of rooms in house; some trouble with Mr. Nowell.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/169  n.d. [c.1660s]

Contents:
T/J Pourbecke to 'Mr. Heath': solicits position for servant.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/170  8 July 1670

Contents:
Francis Griffith, Newgate Market to Sir John Heath, Temple. Asks for £12 interest due in June on Mr. Wareham's money before Heath leaves town.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/171  28 January 1671/2

Contents:
Richard Verney, Alaxton to Sir John Heath, Temple. Estate affairs. Acknowledges kindness to son John.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/172  24 March 1671/2

Contents:
Same to same: William Wade has made arrangements for paying rent

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/173  8 April 1672

Contents:
John Verney to Sir John Heath, Brasted: Mr. Woodcock will pay £50 out of £55 and claim £5 due from Sir Edward Heath's estate. Grandfather's health improves but Sir George Pretyman's wife very ill. Refers to declaration of war v. Dutch by King of France.
On blank sheets of letter is a pencil 'list of his Ma'tys ships 1672' with names, complement, number of guns and commanders.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/174  11 April 1672

Contents:
John Verney to Sir John Heath, Brasted: Dilemma re Mr. Woodcock's money.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/175  13 April 1672

Contents:
Same to same: Has received money from Mr. Woodcock. Arrival of Spanish Ambassador. Rumour of Dutch plot to undermine river mouth at Chatham.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/176  25 November 1672

Contents:
Edward Griffin, Lincolns Inn to Sir John Heath: Requests payment of money due to Mrs. Blunt.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/177  13 April 1673

Contents:
Richard Verney to Sir John Heath, Temple: Mr. Wade wishes to pay only £52 p.a. for tithe in future.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/178  29 June 1673

Contents:
Same, Alaxton to same, Brasted: Re rents and tenants.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/179  7 August 1674

Contents:
William Dod, Westminster to Sir John Heath, Brasted. Has sent hogshead claret which should be bottled within a week.
Cost with carriage £5.13s.Od.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/180  28 August 1675

Contents:
Thomas Collins, London to Sir John Heath, Brasted: Launch by King of new ship 'Woolwich'. Progress of siege of Treves. Action of Prince of Conde. The King of Denmark and the Duke of Hanover have declared v. Swedes.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/181  7 February 1678/9

Contents:
Roger Kenyon, Preston to Sir John Heath, Temple: Re electoral affairs of Bailiff and Burgesses. [Heath was M.P. for Preston].

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/182  25 March 1679

Contents:
[Sir] William Morley to his uncle [Sir John Heath].
Details re Popish Plot. Arrest of Mr. Edward Sacherill [sic] for speaking v. Oates and saying there was no plot.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/183  25 July 1681

Contents:
Ro[bert] Heath, Oxford to Sir John Heath, Brasted: Has spoken with Sir W[illiam] M[orley]. Best way of collecting subscriptions from freeholders to Address.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/184  4 August 1684

Contents:
Margaret Heath [wife of Thomas Fanshaw], Willdernes to her father Sir John Heath, Brasted. Hopes journey did not aggravate foot too much.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/185  2 January 1684/5

Contents:
Ro[bert] Heath, Oxford to Sir John Heath, Inner Temple. Re various legal actions in hand re property.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/186  25 October 1685

Contents:
Margaret Heath [?widow/wife of Thomas Fanshaw] to her father [Sir John Heath]. Unhappy circumstances of Peggy Foster and her children. Hopes can be of service to her father in his business. Progress of hops.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/187  January 1685/6

Contents:
Same to same: Account of accident to their coach on journey to Brasted.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/188  12 February 1685/6

Contents:
Same to same: Problems re hop sales.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/189  6 May 1686

Contents:
John Verney, Alaxton to Sir John Heath, Temple: Has had no reply to (pres) lost letter to cousin Margaret. Writer and wife expect to see her in Leics. 'this summer'.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/190  20 June 1686

Contents:
M[argaret] Heath, Brasted to Sir John Heath, Temple: Health improved. Hopes to come to town on Tuesday.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/191  6 July 1686

Contents:
Same to same, Brasted: Safely arrived at Northampton. Lady Clarke has sent the coach for them.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1652/192  9 August 1686

Contents:
Same, Compton to same, Brasted: Continued illness of [female] 'cozen Verney'.

Non-Heath items  DR 98/1652/193  Easter Term 1606

Contents:
Memorandum of Quo Warranto proceedings v. Thomas Seagrave, yeoman re holding of Court Leet and View of Frankpledge in Helpingham, Lincs.

Non-Heath items  DR 98/1652/194  n.d. [c.1640s]

Contents:
Appeal on behalf of child, John Bongeer, held prisoner under Captain Smith and committed without warrant.

Non-Heath items  DR 98/1652/195  5 April 1684

Contents:
[Copy] Agreement by Richard Verney, Compton Verney, esq., that James Pullen and Sarah his wife shall hold premises in Tytherington for their lives at reduced rent of £12 p.a. in consideration of his former services as steward.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1653  1649-1665

Contents:
Papers relating to a suit in Chancery concerning the management of the estate of Sir Greville Verney

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654  1566-1862

396 pieces, listed

Arrangement: These have at some date been put into chronological order which is retained for the purposes of this list.


Administrative history:
The families became linked by the marriage of Edward Peyto (d.1658) and Elizabeth Verney, daughter of Greville Verney and the Chesterton estates of the Peytos passed to the Verneys under the will of Margaret Peyto, d. 1746.

Contents:
Miscellaneous receipts and vouchers of the Peyto and Verney families

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/1  18 April 1566

Contents:
Receipt from Philip Huckle to Humphrey Peyto of Chesterton, esq., for £15, being the farm of the parsonage of Harbury.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/2  [l. 16th c.]

Contents:
Butcher's bill to Mr Jeffes

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/3  12 & 26 Oct 1604

Contents:
Receipts from Thomas Kerry to Sir Richard Verney, His Majesty's Collector for the loan [], for 33 & 4 [writs under the] privy seal, the persons to whom they were directed being dead, moved or unable to act.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/4  22 Oct 1608

Contents:
Receipt from Christopher Handes to William Peyto, esq. for £4.2.9d towards the provision of the royal household

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/5  14 Sept 1622

Contents:
Writ of summons to John Fisher to answer Eleanor Jeffes alias Petowe [Peyto], widow in a plea of trespass.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/6  1636

Contents:
List of payments headed laings forth..for fenishing the first part of the cockshut sale

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/7  4 Sept 1641

Contents:
Payments to William Ellingworth, glazier of Outham[?]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/8  6 April 1642

Contents:
Joiner's bill

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/9  November 1647

Contents:
Receipt from Elizabeth Verney to her brother Greville Verney for £300 being interest due upon £4000 portion left to her by her father's will, £2000 of which she has received.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/10  11 & 12 Dec 1649

Contents:
Receipts from Richard Reeve to Edward Peyto for £300 and £100 for the use of his mistress the lady Elizabeth Hatton.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/11  1649

Contents:
Abstract of receipts and payments [re Chesterton: receipts include payments for woad and payments refer to the poor of Chesterton]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/12  21 Feb 1649[/50]

Contents:
Receipt from Richard Holford to Edward Peyto for £25 by appointment from the Lady Hatton

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/13  16 March 1649[/50]

Contents:
Receipt from Richard Holford to [Edward] Peyto for £100 ye appointment of the Lady Hatton

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/14  12 June 1650

Contents:
Acquittance by Mary Kent, Warwick, widow and Abraham Kent, son of Mary to Edward Peyto of Chesterton, esq., for £610 being the purchase money due upon a sale to Edward Peyto and Richard Verney, esq., of a messuage, close and yardland in Chesterton.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/15  24 Feb 1651[/2]

Contents:
Receipted legal bill from William Norris in Peyto, esq. v. Wanklyn

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/16  4 June 1653

Contents:
Receipt from Stephen Hales, esq. to Dame Katherine Verney for £350, part of £1846 14s 4d purchase money named in a deed between Stephen Hales, John Hales, esq., Thomas Hales his son, and said Dame Katherine. [The premises were in Snitterfield, see/17 below]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/17  28 July 1653

Contents:
Receipt from Stephen Hales for £923 9s 2d being half the purchase money of premises in Snitterfield conveyed to Dame Katherine Verney [see /16 above]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/18  20 Dec 1653

Contents:
Receipt from Stephen Hales, esq. to Dame Katherine Verney for £573 9s 2d as above

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/19  13 July 1654

Contents:
Receipt from Stephen Hales to Lady Katherine Verney for £10 10s being half year's interest on remaining money due on property sold to Hales.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/20  5 July 1655

Contents:
Receipt from Stephen Hales to Lady Katherine Verney for £10 10s being half year's interest on remaining money due on property sold to Hales.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/21  4 Oct 1658

Contents:
Acknowledgement by Ralph Tayler, City of Coventry, gent., of receipt from William Bradshaw, Kington in the parish of Chesterton, gent., of £176 4s 8d being the purchase price of one close and one fee farm rent arising from lands of Edward Peyto, deceased, together with £17 arrears of rent due from the said premises.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/22  18 Feb 1666[/7]

Contents:
Quitclaim by John Gatwood (signed Gatwarde), of Steeple Mordant, Cambs., gent. to Richard Verney of Allaxton, Leics., esq. and William Bradshaw of Kington, Warks, gent. of all error writs and actions arising from a case in the Court of Common Pleas for £600.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/23  16 July 1673

Contents:
Receipt from Thomas Coxe to William Peyto, esq., for £56 10s in full acquittance of all rents and monies due.
Endorsed Docter Cox

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/24  5 June 1675

Contents:
Bill for hats, gloves and stockings
Endorsed Mrs Rosoggars bill & acquittance

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/25  29 Oct 1680-17 Feb 1680[/1]

Contents:
Bill of household expenses: references to Chichester, Putney and Southwark

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/26  29 Nov 1681

Contents:
Acquittance from Thomas Fowle, City of London, goldsmith to Baptist [Noel], Viscount Campden for £3000 mentioned in indentures tri-partite of even date between William Peyto of Chesterton, esq., Fowle and Noel.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/27  29 Nov 1681

Contents:
Acquittance from William Peyto of Chesterton, esq., to Baptist [Noel], Viscount Campden for £3000 mentioned in indentures tri-partite of even date between Thomas Fowle, London, goldsmith., Peyto and Noel.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/28  22 Dec 1681

Contents:
Receipted bill from J Cooke to --Peyto, esq., for legal bill

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/29  24 Dec 1681

Contents:
Receipted legal bill from John Barnard to William Peyto in re various causes.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/30  27 Jan 1681[/2]

Contents:
Bill of miscellaneous household expenses.
Endorsed Jo: Lucas's account/25th March 1682

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/31  25 Feb 1681/2

Contents:
Receipted bill from Andrew Burton to Mr [William] Peyto for legal expenses.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/32  Jan-April 1682/3

Contents:
Bill of miscellaneous household expenses
Endorsed Lucas's account

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/33  17 Dec 1683

Contents:
Receipted bill from Mr Allanber/bury [?] for legal expenses

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/34  26 Nov 1688

Contents:
Receipt from M. Northampton [Mary, Countess Dowager of Northampton, widow of James, 12th earl, daughter of Baptist Noel, 3rd Viscount Campden] to Richard Breton, John Verney and Robert Skinner, esqs., executors of the will of Robert Breton, late of London, merchant, for £3000 being purchase money in deeds of even date.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/35  27 Feb 1688[/9]

Contents:
Receipt from John Noel, Luffenham, Rutland, esq., executor of the will of Elizabeth, Viscountess Campden, who was executrix of Baptist [Noel], Viscount Campden, to Francis Parker, St Andrew, Holborn, gent. on behalf of William Peyto of Chesterton, esq., for £4000 due upon deeds of even date.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/36  26 March 1690

Contents:
Acknowledgement by Katherine Verney, one of the daughters of Richard Verney, esq., late of Kineton decd. that she has received £400, from Sir Rowland Berkeley and Sir Henry Jeffreys, executors of the said Richard Verney, in discharge of a legacy of £1500 under the will of her said father

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/37  [1692]

Contents:
Receipted bill from Phil: Style to Thomas Gorstelowe, [on behalf of William Peyto]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/38  18 Dec 1714

Contents:
Receipt from Anthony Duncombe to George, Lord Willoughby de Broke, William Longueville and Edward Porter, esqs., for £8000, being the marriage portion of his intended wife Hon Margaret Verney.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/39  17 July 1717

Contents:
Unaddressed list of payments in re legal affairs

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/40  1725

Contents:
Thomas Randall's bill to Hon Mrs Verney for rent and wood money

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/41  1728-9

Contents:
Legal bill to Hon John Verney, executor of George, Lord Willoughby de Broke in re case in Prerogative Court of Canterbury brought by Richard, Lord Willoughby de Broke
Note Hon John Verney, the younger surviving son of George, Lord Willoughby de Broke, trained in the law, becoming K.C. 1727, Attorney General to Queen Caroline 1729, and Master of the Rolls 1738. He died 5 Aug 1741. Under the terms of his father's will he, rather than his elder brother Richard, inherited all the unsettled estates.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/42  20 Aug 1730

Contents:
Inventory of the goods of Sarah Williams, late of Ashorne, widow, taken by William Shakespeare and Samuel Whitehead

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/43  10 July 1731

Contents:
Receipted legal bill from Mark Holman to Hon John Verney

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/44  22 June 1732

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Bates to Esquire[William] Peyto for corn, hay and grazing

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/45  6 July 1732

Contents:
Receipted bill from Samuel Smith to William Peyto for wages and other bills.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/46  29 Nov 1732

Contents:
Acknowledgement by Thomas Hardy that he has bought a horse of William Peyto, esq. for which he will pay 120 guineas on the day of his marriage, a further 200 guineas to be paid by his executors after his death.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/47  9 March 1732[/3]

Contents:
Receipted bill from George Garwood to William Peyto for board wages and other expenses.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/48  1729- April 1733

Contents:
Bill from Elizabeth Smith to [William] Peyto for farrier's work

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/49  11 April 1732 [recte 1733]

Contents:
Bill from Samuel Hunt to Mr Patoe [William Peyto for tailoring

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/50  29 April 1733

Contents:
Receipted bill from N. Cary to William Peyto for household expenses

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/51  21 May 1733

Contents:
William Ollorenshaw's audited household accounts for 1732-3

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/52  26 May 1733

Contents:
Receipted bill from Edward Tell for suits of livery

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/53  24 Sept 1733

Contents:
Receipted bill from George Garwood for board wages and other expenses.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/54  11 Feb 1733[/4]

Contents:
Proposals from various tenants for taking lands at Chesterton belonging to Mrs Margaret Peyto

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/55  13 March (PM) [1733/4]

Contents:
List of lands proposed to be let and to which Mrs Peyto has agreed. Addressed to Francis Loggin, Pump Court, Temple

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/56  26 March 1734

Contents:
List of monies owing by the late William Peyto at the time of his death

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/57  27 March 1734

Contents:
Letter from John Dodd, Warwick to Francis Loggin, Pump Court, Temple: covering letter to / above sent by order of William Newsham.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/58  10 Oct 1738

Contents:
Receipted account from James Stubbs to Hon John Verney for legal expenses

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/59  11 Oct 1738

Contents:
Receipted account from Daniel Preveran[?]for fees paid for passing the patent of Hon John Verney as Master of the Rolls.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/60  13 Oct 1738

Contents:
Receipted bill from Charles Dickinson for fees for swearing Hon John Verney as a member of the Privy Council.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/61  20 Dec 1738

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Mortimer to Hon [John Verney] Master of the Rolls for various legal fees.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/62  14 Dec 1742

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Barkley for expenses of journey to Compton Verney and back for the funeral of Hon John Verney, Master of the Rolls. The bill was passed by Hon Robert Harley [brother-in-law of the deceased]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/63  25 Feb 1742[/3]

Contents:
Account of rents received for Mrs Peyto by William Newsham, gent., deceased, from 25 March 1742 until his death. Names tenants, by place.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/64  25 Oct n.y.[c.1743]

Contents:
Bill for expenses in re Master Verney for child's and nurse's clothing [presumed to be John, later Lord Willoughby de Broke, b.1738]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/65  [n.d.]

Contents:
Note: Upon the death of his cousin, Margaret Peyto, John Verney, son of Hon. John, inherited the Chesterton estates and, under the terms of her will, took the additional name of Peyto. He inherited as Lord Willoughby de Broke in 1752 upon the death of his uncle, Richard.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/66  30 May 1755

Contents:
Receipted bill from James Arnold to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for a bob wig.
Note John Peyto Verney, son of Hon John, was born 4 Aug 1738 and succeeded his uncle as Lord Willoughby de Broke in 1752. He matriculated at Christ Church, Oxford in 1755, proceeding M.A. in 1758.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/67  28 June 1755

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Haynes junior to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for a pair of doeskin breeches.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/68  13 July 1755

Contents:
Receipted bill from George Hayes to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for expenses at Oxford and London upon a journey.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/69  28 Nov 1755

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Munday to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for furniture, upholstery and repairs.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/70  20 Dec 1755

Contents:
Receipt from Robert Turner to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for payment for a wig.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/71  24 Dec 1755

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Hume, apothecary, to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for medicines

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/72  25 Dec 1755

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Cather to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for a half year's payment for lighting two lamps.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/73  13 Jan 1756

Contents:
Receipted bill from Elizabeth Payan to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for 3 pairs of gloves.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/74  28 Jan 1756

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Batho to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for a scratch wig and dressing a bag wig.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/75  28 Feb 1756

Contents:
Receipted bill from George Haynes to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for miscellaneous household expenses

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/76  27 March 1756

Contents:
Receipted bill from George Hayes to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for miscellaneous household expenses

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/77  13 March 1756

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Parsons to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for coffee.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/78  15 July 1756

Contents:
Receipted bill from Timothy Evans (per John Harris) to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for a velvet cap.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/79  20 July 1756

Contents:
Receipted bill from James Fletcher to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for Ch: Col: for books and stationery.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/80  3 Nov 1756

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Coggs, wax chandler, London to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for candles.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/81  29 Nov 1756

Contents:
Receipted bill from George Hayes to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for expenses of journey to London and Oxford.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/82  26 Dec 1756

Contents:
Receipted bill from Benjamin Tyrrell to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke of Ch: Coll: for food and crockery.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/83  12 Feb 1757

Contents:
Receipted bill from George Hayes to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for household expenses.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/84  21 June 1757

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Hayes to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for candles.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/85  12 Feb 1760

Contents:
Receipted bill from Elizabeth Smith, milliner, London to Miss Verney (Varney) for hats, caps, ruffles &c. [Sarah, younger daughter of Hon. John]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/86  24 Feb 1760

Contents:
Receipted bill from R. Harrop, haberdasher, London to Mrs Verney,[? Abigail, widow of Hon John] for material, stomacher and a hood.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/87  27 Feb 1760

Contents:
Receipted bill from Mrs E. Kidd to Miss Verney for dressmaking. [Hon Sarah]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/88  4 April 1760

Contents:
Receipted bill from Robert Carr, for Carr, Ibbetson, Bigge & Pickard, Ludgate Hill, London to Miss [Sarah] Verney, for material.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/89  2 July 1760

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Bigge, for Carr, Ibbetson, Bigge & Pickard, Ludgate Hill, London, for material.
Endorsed: Mourning
Note: Abigail, widow of Hon John Verney and mother of John, Lord Willoughby de Broke, died 10 June 1760.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/90  2 July 1760

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Gilpin to Hon Miss [Sarah] Verney for sugar baskets and accessories.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/91  2 July 1760

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Bigge, for Carr, Ibbetson, Bigge & Pickard, Ludgate Hill, London, for blue and silver material purchased 19 May.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/92  3 July 1760

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Powell for expenses of going with the hearse to Compton.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/93  3 July 1760

Contents:
Receipted bill from G.S. Bradshaw (per John Weatherall) to the Executors of the Hon Mrs [Abigail] Verney for the expenses of her funeral at Compton.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/94  4 July 1760

Contents:
Receipt from Hon Sarah Verney, Lisle Street to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for her late mother's jewels, being her legacy.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/95  4 July 1760

Contents:
Receipt from Hon Sarah Verney, Lisle Street to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for a watch and chain, part of her legacy from her late mother [Abigail, widow of Hon John Verney]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/96  6 July 1760

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Elcock, sexton at St Anne's Westminster, for expenses about the obsequies of Hon Mrs [Abigail] Verney.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/97  19 Jan 1761

Contents:
Receipted bill from Elizabeth Payan to Miss [Sarah] Verney for gloves.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/98  19 Jan 1761

Contents:
Receipted bill from J. Aldersey (for Aldersey & Coombes, mercers, Covent Garden) to Hon Miss [Sarah] Verney for material

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/99  20 April 1761

Contents:
Receipted bill from R. Broadbelt (for Vale's, Covent Garden) for accessories.
Endorsed in handwriting of Hon Sarah Verney

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/100  11 May 1761

Contents:
Receipted bill from Peter Dutens (per James Dutens) to Miss [Sarah] Verney, for a ring with rubies and brilliants.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/101  16 May 1761

Contents:
Receipted bill from Aldersey & Combes, mercers, Covent Garden, to Hon Miss [Sarah] Verney, for material.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/102  30 May 1761

Contents:
Receipt from Job Castle to William Ollorenshaw for half year's window tax for ye Greatt House att Chesterton.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/103  9 June 1761

Contents:
Receipted bill from James Butler, haberdasher & hosier, Pall Mall to Miss [Sarah] Verney, for material.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/104  25 July 1761

Contents:
Receipted bill from James Butler, haberdasher & hosier, Pall Mall to Miss [Sarah] Verney, for material.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/105  n.d.[1761]

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Vale to Miss[Sarah] Verney for material and earrings.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/106  29 Sept 1761

Contents:
Receipted bill from Kempe Brydges, laceman to [Hon Sarah Verney] Miss Farney

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/107  3 Oct 1761

Contents:
Receipted bill from Issac Mark, for Mark & Viny, linen drapers, Covent Garden, to Hon Miss [Sarah] Verney for lawn and dimity

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/108  10 Oct 1761

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Vale, haberdasher, Covent Garden, to Miss [Sarah] Verney for caps, ribbons and materials.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/109  12 Oct 1761

Contents:
Receipted bill from Kempe Brydges, laceman to [Hon Sarah Verney] Miss Warney

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/110  16 Nov 1761

Contents:
Receipt from Charles Himes (by mark) to William Ollorenshaw for payment for digging stone pits

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/111  3 Dec 1761

Contents:
Receipt from Job Castle to William Ollorenshaw for half year's window tax for ye Greatt House att Chesterton.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/112  [1761]

Contents:
List of payments for making the new road between Compton and Chesterton

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/113  12 Jan 1762

Contents:
Receipt from Charles Payne to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for payment for teaching six children of Chesterton.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/114  26 May 1762

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Hiorn to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for work at Chesterton church and Compton church [chapel]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/115  6 July 1762

Contents:
Receipted bill from Isaac Mark, linen draper, Covent Garden to Hon Miss [Sarah] Verney, [deceased] for material..

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/116  16 July 1762

Contents:
Receipted bill from G.S. Bradshaw to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for funeral of Miss [Sarah] Verney at Compton on 5 June.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/117  19 July 1762

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Paris to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for repairs and cleaning of guns

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/118  31 July 1762

Contents:
Receipted bill from James Wagstaffe to Hon Miss [Sarah] Verney, for shoes.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/119  13 Oct 1762

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Blockley to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for [?] clock expenses

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/120  8 Nov 1762

Contents:
Receipted bill from George Mellows to [John Lord Willoughby de Broke] for stone

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/121  4 April 1763

Contents:
Receipt from Joseph Painter to [William] Ollorenshaw for levy towards rebuilding Shire Hall

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/122  5 July 1763

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Hiorn to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for stone bought from Samuel Brown's quarry, Wootton

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/123  10 July 1765

Contents:
Receipt for one year's fire insurance premium paid by [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke to the Sun Fire Office

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/124  n.d

Contents:
Note, written on back of advert for Richard West, oilman, London Paid Old Woman in St Anns Workhouse 5 months to the 1st of June, £1

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/125  12 April 1770

Contents:
Receipted bill from Richard Overton to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for surveying and drawing up plans for proposed new road from Kineton to Upton via Wescott Corner

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/126  13 Oct 1770

Contents:
Note of payments to labourers digging the foundations of the bridge

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/127  19 Nov 1771

Contents:
Receipted bill from James Heath to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for a smoke jack

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/128  16 May 1772

Contents:
Receipted bill from Moses Goswell to Mrs Pillin for weaving

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/129  1747-1772

Contents:
Account of tithes paid on the nine yardland farm at Combrook

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/130  1773

Contents:
Valuation of the tithes of the Nine Yard Land Farm [Combrook]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/131  13 April 1774

Contents:
Receipt from William Wickes and William Elliott, collectors for half year's land tax due upon the land of Lord Willoughby de Broke in the occupation of John Lucas

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/132  15 July 1775

Contents:
Bill from Henrietta Wane & Son, grocers, St James's, to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for green tea.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/133  16 Sept 1775

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Barnett to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for china dishes and inkstands.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/134  7 Nov 1775

Contents:
Bill from Richard Lewis to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for coffee

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/135  5 Dec 1775

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Izod to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for china

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/136  22 Dec 1775

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Field to [Louisa] Lady Willoughby de Broke [wife of John] for haberdashery. (Paid by Mrs Careless)

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/137  25 May 1776

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Warner to Mrs Carris [Careless] for weaving linen cloth

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/138  7 June 1776

Contents:
Receipt from Samuel Eglington to Robert Green for payment on Account to Building the Chappell at Compton

Miscellaneous papers and volumes at Compton  DR 98/1654/139  15 June 1776

Contents:
Receipt from Samuel Eglington to Robert Green for payment on Account to Building the Chappell

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/140  16 July 1776

Contents:
Receipted bill from Moses Gosnell for ticking.
Endorsed The Wevers Bill for a Bedtick

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/141  19 Sept 1776

Contents:
Receipt from Samuel Eglington to Rd Green for payment on account for building the chapel at Compton

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/142  24 Dec 1776

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Cross for blue and green curtains
Endorsed for dying 124 yards of cloth

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/143  26 Dec 1776

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Field to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for sand.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/144  31 Dec 1776

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Maunton for work at Compton Chapel [carpenter's work, windows and glazing]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/145  24 June 1777

Contents:
Receipted bill from Moses Gosnell for bucking and winding yarn

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/146  15 April 1778

Contents:
Receipted bill from Richard Allen, junior to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for groceries.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/147  8 June 1778

Contents:
Receipted bill from Richard Mumford to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for sawing timber.
Endorsed: Sawing for the Chapel

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/148  19 Aug 1778

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Vincent to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for fold mats

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/149  19 Aug 1778

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Ward to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby be Broke, per Mrs Careless, for groceries.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/150  27 Aug 1778

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Chater to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for blacksmith's work at the chapel.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/151  26 Dec 1778

Contents:
Receipted bill from Josiah Twamley, ironmonger to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for locks, hinges, screws for the chapel.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/152  26 Dec 1778

Contents:
Receipted bill from Isaac Twycross mercer to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for funeral and mourning expenses. [Francis, 10th child of John, Lord Willoughby de Broke, born 22 May 1777, died Dec 1778]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/153  30 Dec 1778

Contents:
Receipted bill from Samuel Eglington to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for work at the chapel and puting the Toomb Up at Lighthorn

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/154  31 Dec 1778

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Maunton for carpentry work at the chapel, including making the communion table.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/155  31 Dec 1778

Contents:
Receipted bill from W. Townsend for the expenses of a wagon journey to London.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/156  25 March 1779

Contents:
Receipted bill from Richard Allen, senior to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for groceries.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/157  5 May 1779

Contents:
Receipted bill from Edmund White to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for coal.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/158  31 Dec 1779

Contents:
Receipt from Joseph Pettifer to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for one year's salary as mole catcher at Compton Verney.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/159  11 Nov 1780

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Chater to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for iron work at the chapel.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/160  30 Dec 1780

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Maunton, carpenter, to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for work at the chapel on gallery and wainscot.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/161  30 Dec 1780

Contents:
Receipted bill from Samuel Eglington to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for work repairing the bridge balustrade at Compton.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/162  30 Dec 1780

Contents:
Receipted bill from Samuel Eglington to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for work at the chapel.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/163  18 April 1783

Contents:
Receipt from Richard Austin for half year's salary as clerk at Compton chapel.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/164  20 Nov 1784

Contents:
Licence from the Stamp Office to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke to keep one waggon, having paid the annual duty of 4s.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/165  1 June 1786

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Hanwell, plasterer, to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for work at the house and in the chapel, including Setting out the Alter Peice.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/166  17 June 1786

Contents:
Bill from Samuel Eglington to the Trustees of the Edgehill to Kineton Turnpike for building a stone bridge.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/167  18 Aug 1786

Contents:
Bill from William Graves to Mr Green [Lord Willoughby's agent] for drawing stone to the new bridg

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/168  8 Dec 1787

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Skinner, tobacconist and snuff-maker, London, to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for tobacco.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/169  26 Dec 1788

Contents:
Receipted bill from John England to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for cut stone.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/170  9 Dec 1786

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Russell, Warwick, mercer and draper, to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for cloth.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/171  26 Feb 1787

Contents:
Receipt from Charles Hunt, clerk to the Enclosure Commissioners, to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for his share of the expenses for Shottery Inclosure.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/172  19 Dec 1788

Contents:
Receipted bill from Samuel Eglington to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for Building a Pavelion or Seate on the Broad Walk at Compton

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/173  31 Dec 1790

Contents:
Receipted bill from Joseph Maule for various expenses in re journeys.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/174  22-27 June 1792

Contents:
Bill from William Wootton, Cyder Rum & Brandy Merchant, Covent Garden, to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for cider.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/175  16 July 1792

Contents:
Receipted bill from Joseph Francis to Captain Johnston, South Cary, for carpeting.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/176  1792

Contents:
Bill from Messrs. Graham, Wainwright and Morris for Medicines delivered for the use of [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/177  23 Feb 1793

Contents:
Receipt from Thomas Wainewright to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for bill [/176 above]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/178  Dec 1792-April 1793

Contents:
Bill from James Brown to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for payments made by him at Lord Willoughby's orders.
Endorsed Garden Men

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/179  12 April 1793

Contents:
Receipted bill from F. Mayer for cheese and board wages.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/180  After Aug 1793

Contents:
Bill from J. Bygate to Hon Henry Verney for clothing
Note Hon Henry Verney, eight child of John Lord Willoughby de Broke, born 5 April 1773, became
16th Lord on the death of his elder brother in 1820.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/181  May - Dec 1794

Contents:
Bill from W & G Bicknell, Old Bond Street to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for hats.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/182  31 Dec 1794

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Hurst to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for the expences of a team to and from London

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/183  1794

Contents:
List of payments at turnpike gates to and from London for Lord Willoughby de Broke

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/184  n.d. [?1794]

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Smith for various turnpike journies

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/185  24 Sept - 6 Oct n.y. [?1794]

Contents:
Bill from Joseph Lanckston for expenses of journey to and from London.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/186  Jan - Dec 1794

Contents:
Detailed bill from William Wright to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for coachmaking

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/187  23 Nov 1794 - 8 Jan 1795

Contents:
Bill from Joseph Harper for various journeys to and from London

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/188  11 Feb 1795

Contents:
Receipted bill from A. Charlier, Blenheim St. to Mrs Barnard material and accessories.
Note Hon Louisa Verney married, 1793 Rev. Robert Barnard. Their son, Robert John, became 17th Lord Willoughby de Broke in 1852.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/189  14 April 1795

Contents:
Bill from A. Taitt, Jermyn St to Hon Mrs [Louisa] Barnard for drapery.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/190  18 June 1795

Contents:
Bill from Thomas Harris to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for sailing expenses.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/191  4 Jan 1797

Contents:
Bill from John & Robert Howey, Nursery and Seedsmen to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for plants and trees.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/192  10 Jan 1797

Contents:
Receipted bill from Abraham Rear to Richard Yerburgh, Esq., for dinners provided for Stone Hall Court in Frampton.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/193  7 April 1798

Contents:
Receipt from Ann Bewsell to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for mourning for the Right Honble Lord Willoughby de Broke. [Louisa, Lady Willoughby de Broke, died 2 Feb 1798]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/194  21 April 1798

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Russell to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for mourning clothes and accessories.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/195  4 Aug 1798

Contents:
Receipted bill from Samuel Eglington to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for repairs to the chancel at Combrook

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/196  27 Aug 1798

Contents:
Bill from Elward, Marsh & Tatham to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for the funeral of [Louisa] Lady Willoughby de Broke and removal of coffins from South Audley vault.
Endorsed with receipt for £100 see below

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/197  28 Aug 1798

Contents:
Acknowledgement by Messrs Elward, Marsh and Tatham, Mount Street to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke that they have received £100 note.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/198  15 Dec 1798

Contents:
Receipt from William Russell, Clerk of the Course, to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke and Hon Mr [John] Verney for contribution to the Gentleman's Subscription Plate at Warwick races.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/199  6 April 1799

Contents:
Bill from Joseph & William King, mercers, Covent Garden to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for silk.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/200  April 1798

Contents:
Bill headed Mourning

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/201  Feb 1798-June 1799

Contents:
Bill from Boak & White, Holborn to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby for hosiery.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/202  Feb - Nov 1799

Contents:
Bill from Schweitzer & Davidson, Cork Street to Hon Henry Verney for tailoring.
Note: Henry, 8th son of John Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke, born 1773.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/203  20 Jan 1800

Contents:
Receipted bill from Henry Baldwin for travelling expenses.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/204  4 Feb 1800

Contents:
Receipted bill from P. Ramsden, optical instrument maker to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for a pair of spectacles.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/205  22 Feb 1800

Contents:
Receipted bill from Messrs. Wainewright & Tennant to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for hartshorn and sal volatile.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/206  31 May 1800

Contents:
Bill from William Williams & Son Real Button Makers to the King to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for silver diamond cut buttons.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/207  20 June 1800

Contents:
Receipt from Sun Fire Office for premium on Lord Willoughby's house, Hill Street.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/208  16 Feb 1801

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Summers to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for ironmongery.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/209  25 April 1801

Contents:
Receipted bill from Dudley Adams, Fleet Street to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for spectacles.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/210  7 Nov 1801

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Hawkes, cap-maker, Piccadilly to Hon Captain [Henry] Verney for caps and belts.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/211  April 1802

Contents:
Bill from Josiah Wedgewood & Byerley to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for china.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/212  March - Dec 1802

Contents:
Bill from Joseph & William King, mercers, Covent Garden for material, waistcoats &c.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/213  25 May 1803

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Lansdale to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for lace and ruffles.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/214  28 Nov 1803

Contents:
Acknowledgement of order and despatch from Woolley & Deakin, Birmngham to Hon Captain [Henry] Verney for sabre and pistols.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/215  Dec 1803

Contents:
Bill from Wedell & Till, woollen drapers, Aldgate to Hon Henry Verney for material

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/216  6 Feb 1804

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Millington to Hon Captain [Henry] Verney for 20 cloaks.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/217  29 Feb 1804

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Coldicott to Hon Captain [Henry] Verney for making 42 cloaks.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/218  Feb 1804

Contents:
Receipted bill from Underhill & Dutton, Birmingham to Hon Mr [Henry] Verney for helmets, spurs and repairs.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/219  [n.d.]

Contents:
Receipted bill from Charles Coates to Hon Captain [Henry] Verney for making 11 military jackets.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/220  19 April 1804

Contents:
Receipted bill from George Wilkins to Hon Captain [Henry] Verney for making uniforms.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/221  19 April 1804

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Wilkins to Hon Captain [Henry] Verney for making 11 military jackets.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/222  16 June 1804

Contents:
Receipted bill from W. Walls to Hon Captain [Henry] Verney for cleaning and repairing weapons.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/223  3 July 1804

Contents:
Bill from Downing & Co., floor cloth manufacturers, Chelsea to Hon H[enry] Verney for 70 painted cloak covers.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/224  5 Aug & 18 Dec 1804

Contents:
2 receipts from Thomas Claridge, trumpeter to the 4th troop, Warwickshire Yeomanry Cavalry, to Hon Captain [Henry] Verney for wages.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/225  14 Sept 1804

Contents:
Receipt from Joseph Pritty to Captain [Henry] Verney for 5 weeks' pay in the Yeomanry Cavalry.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/226  Jan - Oct 1804

Contents:
Bill from William Jeffs to Hon Henry Verney for military saddles, bags and leather necessaries.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/227  19 Jan 1805

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Russell, Warwick to Hon Captain [Henry] Verney for material.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/228  29 Jan 1805

Contents:
2 receipted bills from George Wilkins to Hon Captain [Henry] Verney for tailoring and altering.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/229  16 Feb 1805

Contents:
Receipted bill from W & G Bicknell, Old Bond Street, to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for piece of worsted and a round hat.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/230  Feb - May 1805

Contents:
Bill from M. Mudford to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for powder, pomatum and soap.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/231  3 March 1806

Contents:
Bill from Boak & White, Holborn to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for hose.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/232  8 May 1806

Contents:
Receipted bill from W & G Bicknell, Old Bond Street, to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for hats and stockings.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/233  24 June 1806

Contents:
Receipted bill from James Robson to [Henry Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for books.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/234  Feb - June 1806

Contents:
Bill from Eaton & Son, coach wheelwrights, Oxford to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for making and painting wheels.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/235  Feb - Nov 1806

Contents:
Bill from Thomas Pritchard to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for bricklayers' work in various places, including servants' hall, kitchen, stables and coach house.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/236  19 Dec 1806

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Gardner, Wellesbourne, grocer to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/237  Dec 1805-Dec 1806

Contents:
Bill from W. Dundas to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for medicines.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/238  12 Jan 1807

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Pritchard to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for plasterers' work to outside and inside of house [Compton Verney]. Includes cleaning all the India paper with new bread.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/239  4 Feb 1807

Contents:
Receipted bill from J. Grice for fruit, travelling expences &c.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/240  10 March 1807

Contents:
Receipted bill from Pitter & Fox, lacemen, Covent Garden to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for silver hat laces.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/241  11 March 1807

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Williamson, turner, toyman and perfumer, Manchester Square, to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for toiletries.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/242  11 March 1807

Contents:
Receipted bill from Nornaville & Fell, booksellers, New Bond St., to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/243  [n.d.]

Contents:
Bill from Wakelin & Garrard, goldsmiths and jewellers, Hay Market, to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for repairs, silver dishes and engraving.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/244  20 May 1807

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Gray, Sackville St., to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for repair to ivory toothpick case.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/245  June 1807

Contents:
Receipted bill from Whister & Lee to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for biscuits and buns.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/246  June 1807

Contents:
Receipted bill from Holtzapffel & Deyerlein, Lathe and Engine Makers, Long Acre, to Hon Mr [Henry] Verney for miscellaneous items.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/247  24 Aug 1808

Contents:
Receipted bill from Henry Maudslay, Cavendish Square to Hon [Henry] Verney for lathe, drills and other machinery.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/248  7 March 1809

Contents:
Bill from Boak & White, Holborn, to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for hosiery.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/249  5 May 1809

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Stanley to [Henry] Verney for veterinary medicines

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/250  6 May, 5 Aug & 14 Nov 1809

Contents:
Receipts from Thomas Claridge, trumpeter to Hon Major [Henry] Verney for salary as trumpeter to the 4th troop of the Warwickshire Yeomanry Cavalry.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/251  20 Oct 1809

Contents:
Receipted bill from Henry Sharpe, Warwick to Mr [Robert] Green for printing receipts.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/252  29 Nov 1809

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Jeffs to Hon Major [Henry] Verney for saddlery.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/253  29 Dec 1809

Contents:
Receipt from Henry Maudslay to Hon [Henry] Verney balance of account.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/254  31 Dec 1809

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Jeffs to Hon Major [Henry] Verney for saddlery.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/255  29 Jan 1810

Contents:
Receipted bill from George Sheler to Hon. [Henry] Verney for chaise hire & tolls.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/256  10 March 1810

Contents:
Receipted bill from Robert Garrard (late Wakelin & Garrard) to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for repairs to silverware.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/257  17 July 1810

Contents:
Receipted bill from F. Pickard to Hon Major [Henry] Verney for carriage of saddles to Coleshill.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/258  3 Sept 1810

Contents:
Receipt from J.A. Peacocke to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for interest due upon mortgage.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/259  18 Dec 1810

Contents:
Receipted bills from Josiah Woodley to Hon Major [Henry] Verney for repairs to weapons for the 4th Troop, Warwickshire Yeomanry Cavalry.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/260  26 Jan 1811

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Jeffs to Hon Henry Verney for saddlery.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/261  25 April 1810 or 11

Contents:
Receipted bill from Henry Maudslay, Lambeth to Hon Henry Verney for lathes and other machinery.
The bill is dated 30 Dec 1809 but starts with April 1810. The receipt date is 25 April n.y.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/262  July 1811

Contents:
Receipted bill from Henry Tolley for horse hire, various journies.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/263  19 Dec 1811

Contents:
Receipted bill from Henry Sharpe, Warwick to Hon [Henry] Verney for books and printing.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/264  Jan 1812

Contents:
Detailed bill from J. Robinson to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for making and repairing clothing, including section headed 'Liverys'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/265  11 April 1812

Contents:
Bill from J.A. Hunter to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for trees.
The bill is addressed to - Brown, Gardener.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/266  18 April 1812

Contents:
Receipted bill from Henry Maudslay, Lambeth to Hon Henry Verney for lathes and steam engine.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/267  Feb - June 1812

Contents:
Bill from John Hatchett & Co., Long Acre to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for repairs to a chariot and landau.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/268  2 Feb 1813

Contents:
Receipted bill from Alexander Galloway, Holborn to Hon. Henry Verney for machine tools.
On the back is a letter, 4 July 1812 reporting the despatch of the circular saw mill and increased cost of the circular saw bench.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/269  16 Feb 1813

Contents:
Receipted bill from Pitter & Fox, Covent Garden to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for silver hat lace.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/270  24 Feb 1813

Contents:
Receipted bill from Peter Worsley, saddler & harnessmaker to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for harness and repairs.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/271  27 March 1813

Contents:
Receipted bill from Henry Sharpe, Warwick to Hon [Henry] Verney for a book.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/272  11 May 1813

Contents:
Receipted bill from George Sheler for chaise hire.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/273  20 May 1813

Contents:
Letter from J.S. Jordan, Birmingham to Hon [Henry] Verney announcing despatch of new sliding sashes with glass. Bill forms part.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/274  Feb - Nov 1813

Contents:
Bill from Nornaville & Fell, booksellers, New Bond St., to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for books

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/275  30 Dec 1813

Contents:
Receipted bill from George Wilkins to Hon [Henry] Verney for tailoring and repairs.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/276  Dec 1813

Contents:
Bill from Henry Maudslay to Hon [Henry] Verney for previous bills.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/277  1809-1813

Contents:
List, in hand of Hon Henry Verney headed Lathe & Turning apparatus made for me by Maudslay began in Jan 1809

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/278  n.d

Contents:
List of miscellaneous turnpike expenses.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/279  6 Feb 1814

Contents:
Paid bill from H. Maudslay, Lambeth to Hon [Henry] Verney for machine tools.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/280  26 March 1814

Contents:
Receipted bill from Henry Maudslay, Lambeth to Hon [Henry] Verney for miscellaneous tools.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/281  Feb - July 1814

Contents:
Bill from Nornaville & Fell, booksellers & stationers, New Bond Street, to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/282  17 June 1814

Contents:
Receipted bill from Holtzapffel & Deyerlein to Hon [Henry] Verney for vices.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/283  1813-1815

Contents:
Bill from J. Schweppe & Co., London to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for soda water.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/284  7 Feb 1815

Contents:
Receipted bill from Richard Hiron to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for turnpike and travelling expenses.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/285  1 March 1815

Contents:
Receipted bill from the Executors of C. Barker to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for coachmaking and allied work.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/286  12 April 1815

Contents:
Receipt from Nornaville & Fell to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for account paid [see /282 above]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/287  Dec 1814 - June 1815

Contents:
Bill from Standley & Gale, Birmingham to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for keys, locks, springs and other ironmongery.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/288  17 June 1815

Contents:
Receipted bill from Charles Sims to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for expenses of a journey to London

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/289  1814-15

Contents:
Bill from Robert Garrard, goldsmith & jeweller, Hay Market to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/290  1814-1815

Contents:
Bill from Henry Maudslay to Hon [Henry] Verney for machine tools.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/291  6 July 1815

Contents:
Receipted bill from Miles Haviland, Bell Yard, Mount Street to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for stabling and feed.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/292  22 Oct 1815

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Claridge to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke from winding wool.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/293  15 Jan 1816

Contents:
Receipted bill from Phil. Williams to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke for haberdashery in re funerals of John Hurst and - Mortiboys. Charged on his lordship's private account.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/294  26 March 1817

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Jeayes, Coventry to Mr Greenway for Sherriffs Fringe.
Note Hon Henry Verney was Sheriff of Warwickshire, 1817-1818.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/295  12 April 1817

Contents:
Receipt from Henry Osman to [Hon Henry Verney] the Sheriff of Warwickshire, for fees to the Judges' attendants at the Lent Assizes

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/296  1817

Contents:
Bill from Messrs K. & G.C. Greenway to Hon Henry Verney [Sheriff of Warwickshire] for legal expenses at the Lent and Easter Assizes.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/297  28 April 1817

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Chamberlain to [Hon Henry Verney] the High Sheriff of Warwickshire for expenses in re executions.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/298  28 April 1817

Contents:
Receipted bill from George Sheler to Hon [Henry] Verney for chaise hire.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/299  9 June 1817

Contents:
Receipted bill from Phil. Williams to Hon Henry Verney for making coats, waistcoats and breeches for 20 Sheriffs Men

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/300  9 June 1817

Contents:
Receipt to Hon Henry Verney, High Sheriff, for attendance fees as Javelin Men at the floggings of prisoners from the gaol and the Bridewell. Signed by William Egerton, John Beates, Thomas Hiam (mark) and William Wells.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/301  9 June 1817

Contents:
Receipt to Hon Henry Verney, High Sheriff, for attendance fees as Javelin Men at the execution of Sanders, Hawtin and Stokes at the Lent assizes. Signed by William Egerton, John Beates, Thomas Hiam (mark), William Wells, John Pratt (mark), John Fenton, John Paine, Mathew Clogie and James Gun (mark)

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/302  25 June 1817

Contents:
Paid bill from Barrett & Beaumont, wax chandlers, Haymarket, to Hon Henry Verney for candles

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/303  28 Feb 1818

Contents:
Receipted bill from Rollason & Reader, Coventry to Mr Greenway, solicitor, Warwick for various advertisements.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/304  Summer 1817

Contents:
Receipt from T. Lampnay [to Hon Henry Verney, High Sheriff] for sexton's fee for conducting judges to their seats.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/305  Summer 1817

Contents:
Bill from Ellen Hall, Warwick Arms [to Hon Henry Verney, High Sheriff] for meals supplied to justices at Midsummer Assizes.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/306  11 Aug 1817

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Chamberlain to [Hon Henry Verney] High Sheriff for attendance fee at Assize Sermon.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/307  9 Aug 1817

Contents:
Bill from Thomas Hyam, Warwick to Mr Greenway (Granaway) for javelin staves and wands for Sheriff and bailiffs.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/308  16 Oct 1817

Contents:
Receipted bill from J.O.Hall, executor of late C. Hall, Warwick Arms to Hon Henry Verney [High Sheriff] for meals for Justices.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/309  19 Oct 1817

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Holmes to Hon Henry Verney, Sheriff of Warwickshire for dinners for justices

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/310  15 Jan 1818

Contents:
Receipted bill from J.O.Hall, executor of late C. Hall, Warwick Arms to Hon Henry Verney [High Sheriff] for meals for Justices.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/311  12 July 1818

Contents:
Receipted bill from Henry Maudslay, Lambeth to Hon Henry Verney for lathe & carriage.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/312  17 Aug 1818

Contents:
Receipted bill from Henry Sharpe, printer and bookseller, Warwick to Hon Henry Verney, High Sheriff, for advertisements.
Note John Peyto Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke died Feb 1816 and was succeeded in the title by his eldest son, John, who had been declared lunatic in 1788. He died in 1820 and the estates and title passed to his brother Hon Henry Verney.
Note From 1816 Henry, Lord Willoughby de Broke was much concerned with his yacht, the Antelope in which he went on trips to Scotland and St Petersburg. For correspondence, diaries and printed material relating to these activities see DR 98/1655, DR 98/1724, DR 98/1727-8

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/313  25 May 1821

Contents:
Bill from Grant Preston, London Docks to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for Patent Concavous Cabin Stoves and other metalwork for the Antelope Cutter.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/314  27 June 1821

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Osborn, West Cowes [Isle of Wight] to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, per Captain John Davis, for casks and funnels for the yacht Antelope.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/315  10 July 1821

Contents:
Detailed bill from Josiah Wedgewood for china.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/316  11 July 1821

Contents:
Receipted bill from J. Schweppe & Co to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for soda water.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/317  17 July 1821

Contents:
Receipted bill from James Rutherford, London to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for ships hearths for the cutter Antelope.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/318  2 Aug 1821

Contents:
Receipted bill from Williams, P & W Grenfell & Co. to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for copper and nails.
Endorsed Copper for the Antelope Cutter

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/319  4 Sept 1821

Contents:
Receipted bill from Charles Miller for construction work on the cutter Antelope.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/320  4 Sept 1821

Contents:
Receipted bill from George R. Ratsey, West Cowes, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for rope for the use of the yawl and of the cutter Antelope.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/321  8 Oct 1821

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Weeks, cabinet maker, Southampton to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke (per Captain John Davis) for furniture and upholstery for the Antelope.
Receipt is not for the total of the bill but reads Recd of Captain Jno Davis 4 Pair of Blankets from the Yacht Antelope

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/322  26 Sept 1822

Contents:
Receipted bill from W. White, Cowes to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for ironmongery and tinsmithing [for the Antelope.]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/323  14 April 1823

Contents:
Receipted bill from R.G. Parsons, Kineton, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for groceries.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/324  16 Sept 1823

Contents:
Receipted bill from D. Newman, Cowes, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for hooks, blocks, hinges &c.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/325  17 Sept 1823

Contents:
Receipted bill from J.A. Tayler to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for plumbers work to the Antelope

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/326  18 Sept 1823

Contents:
Receipted bill from William White to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for copper and ironwork [for the Antelope]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/327  1823

Contents:
Bill from Thomas Weeks, cabinet maker, Southampton to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for furnishings [for the Antelope]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/328  1823

Contents:
Thomas Weeks' statement of bills delivered and sums received.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/329  June 1824

Contents:
Bill from G. Morant, New Bond Street to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for cleaning, repairing & regilding picture frames.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/330  23 Sept 1824

Contents:
Receipted bill from H Newman to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for hooks, hinges &c [for the Antelope]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/331  23 Sept 1824

Contents:
Receipted bill from W. White, West Cowes, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for brass and copper items for the Antelope.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/332  [1824] WM 1823

Contents:
Bill from G. Morant, New Bond Street to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for decorating at Compton Verney.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/333  April - Aug 1825

Contents:
Bill from Thomas Osborne, West Cowes, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for casks & buckets.
Endorsed Antelope

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/334  10 March 1825

Contents:
Receipted bill from J. Bramah & Sons, Piccadilly to Mr Martin (for [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke) for new and replacement locks for furniture, doors and windows.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/335  11 March 1825

Contents:
Receipted bill from G. Morant, New Bond Street, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for moulded cornices.
Endorsed on back is note of totals of various bills under headings Painting, Gilding, Papering, Furniture

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/336  17 March 1825

Contents:
Paid bill from George Lupton to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for chimney pieces.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/337  20 May 1825

Contents:
Bill from Wallis & Co. to The Captain & Owner of the Antelope Cutter for repairing damage.
Endorsed Damage done to the Antelope at Blackwall

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/338  23 May 1825

Contents:
Receipted bill from James Rutherford, London to '[Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for new anchor and chain.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/339  20 June 1825

Contents:
Receipted note of account between Thomason, Smart & Co., St Petersburg with [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for cash and bills paid.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/340  [1825]

Contents:
Bill in Russian [as yet unidentified]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/341  [1825]

Contents:
Note of monies, in Russian, dated at Rostock.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/342  8 July 1825

Contents:
Receipt from [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, Stockholm, to Messrs Toitti & Asfwedron [?] for 300 Riksdollar.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/343  12 July 1825

Contents:
Note of account between [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, and Messrs Toitti & Asfwedron [?], Stockholm.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/344  20 July 1825

Contents:
Receipted bill from [ ], Elsinore to Captain Thomas Boyle for tea, tobacco, brandy.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/345  21 July 1825

Contents:
Account to Captain John Davies the Antelope of Cowes for port charges which were paid at Elsinore by Sir William Curtis.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/346  19 July - 20 Aug 1825

3 sheets

Contents:
Note of German miles between various towns from Rostock to Calais with totals In English Miles...1183.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/347  25 July 1825

Contents:
Account from Schickler Bros. (Grebruder Schickler), Berlin, for cash supplied

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/348  2 Aug 1825

Contents:
Cash account from Frega & Co., Leipzig

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/349  24 March - 10 Aug 1825

Contents:
Bill from Charles Miller to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for repairs to boat [the Antelope].

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/350  14 March - 10 Aug 1825

Contents:
Bill from George R. Ratsey, West Cowes to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for canvas and sails for the Antelope.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/351  1825

Contents:
Drawing at 1/10 scale of the yacht Antelope by [George R.]Ratsey for purposes of estimating sails.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/352  Sept 1824-Aug 1825

Contents:
Bill from W. White, West Cowes to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for chandlery.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/353  19 July - 20 Aug 1825
Language:  French

Contents:
Account, in booklet, between [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke and Becherrat, for expenses of journey on the continent.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/354  19 May 1826

Contents:
Receipted bill from Williams, P & W Grenfell & Co., Castle Baynard, Copper Office to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for copper sheeting and nails Shipped in the Goodintent, Capt. W.C. Shepard, for Cowes

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/355  26 May 1826

Contents:
Receipted bill from Wallis & Co to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for repairs to the cutter Antelope.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/356  27 June 1826

Contents:
Covering letter with account, from M. Ustonson, Fleet Street to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for silk fishing line.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/357  1 Sept 1826

Contents:
Receipted bill from George R. Ratsey, West Cowes to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for canvas, rope and sailmaking.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/358  4 Sept 1826

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Osborn, West Cowes to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for casks, buckets & repair to mooring buoy.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/359  4 Sept 1826

Contents:
Letter from George R. Ratsey, West Cowes to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, enclosing balance of £50 sent for £18 bill for sundries for the Antelope.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/360  4 Sept 1826

Contents:
Receipted bill from William White, Cowes to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for chandlery.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/361  5 Sept 1826

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Weeks, Southampton to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for cleaning & repairing furnishings [on the Antelope]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/362  1827

Contents:
Three torn bills from Josiah Woodley, Kineton, ironmonger, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for gunpowder for the Keeper, hinges for the Gardener, malt & hops.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/363  Jan - April 1827

Contents:
Bill from Josiah Woodley, Kineton, ironmonger, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for lock and clock repairs and miscellaneous items.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/364  1 Sept 1827

Contents:
Receipted bill from W. Newman to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for ironwork and repairs for the Antelope.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/365  April - Aug 1827

Contents:
Bill from Thomas Weeks, Southampton, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for furnishings and upholstery.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/366  June - Oct 1827

Contents:
Bill from David Evans, Shrewsbury to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for removing, repairing and replacing chapel windows at Compton Verney.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/367  2 Feb 1828

Contents:
Paid bill from James Smethurst, New Bond Street, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for lamps.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/368  19 May 1828

Contents:
Letter from David Evans, Shrewsbury to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, 21 Hill Street, Berkeley Square, London, acknowledging receipt of balance due upon bill [/ above]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/369  21 May 1828

Contents:
Receipted bill from J. W. Norie & Co., Leadenhall Street,. to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for charts.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/370  10 June 1828

Contents:
Receipted bill from R.J. & S. Garrard, Haymarket to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for repairs, engraving &c to silverware.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/371  8 July 1828

Contents:
Receipted bill from Meyer & Miller, St James's to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, 21 Hill Street for boots and shoes.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/372  9 July 1828

Contents:
Receipted bill from Woodhouse & Son, London to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for table and bed linen.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/373  15 Aug 1828

Contents:
Receipted bill from C.L. White (late William White) to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for repairs to locks, bolts &c [on the Antelope].

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/374  14 Feb 1829

Contents:
Receipted bill from George Lawrence, New Bond Street, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for a writing desk.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/375  17 Feb 1829

Contents:
Receipted bill from I & W Hayward, London to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for Brussels lace.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/376  22 May 1829

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Waring, Bedford Square to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for bow and arrows.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/377  22 May 1829

Contents:
Receipted bill from Maudslay, Son & Field, Lambeth, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for steam engine, machine tools &c.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/378  8 June 1829

Contents:
Receipted bill from Barrett & Selfe, Pall Mall to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for candles.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/379  8 June 1829

Contents:
Receipted bill from J. Tomlinson, Grosvenor Square to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for groceries

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/380  11 June 1829

Contents:
Receipted bill from H. Weigall, St James's Street to ][Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for a gold seal and engraving.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/381  24 June 1829

Contents:
Covering note & bill from Executors of J. Mecey (Southampton) to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for Brussels carpet.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/382  22 Aug 1829

Contents:
Receipted bill from C.L. White, Cowes to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for copper & work to the Antelope.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/383  24 Aug 1829

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas Weeks, Southampton to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for cutting and fitting Brussels carpet in the Antelope.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/384  1830

Contents:
Bill from M[orris] Sheen, Chatham to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for ropes.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/385  15 June 1830

Contents:
Bill from John Burn, Southampton to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for port and sherry.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/386  10 Nov 1830

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Newman, Regent Street, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for marine instruments.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/387  18 June 1831

Contents:
Bill from William Williams, (boat builder, Deptford Creek), to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for building a pleasure boat.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/388  27 July 1831

Contents:
Receipted bill from Richard Irwin to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for work and materials for the Antelope and a small cutter (Endorsed Antelope & Dolphin).

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/389  8 Oct 1831

Contents:
Receipted bill from Morris Sheen, Chatham to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for rope for the Antelope and the Frigate.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/390  22 Oct 1833

Contents:
Receipted account from Henry Perkins, Berkeley Street, Piccadilly, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for rent of a store at Stroud [?]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/391  29 June 1835

Contents:
Receipted bill from C.L. White, Cowes, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for repairs to moorings.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/392  1 March 1839

Contents:
Valuation by John Kent, Stratford-upon-Avon, of timber on Cummings Farm, Snitterfield, in the occupation of Mr E. Chattaway.
Addressed to Hugh Williams Esq., Kineton.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/393  1846-7

Contents:
Statement of account of Rev. David Sheard in account with Burton Dassett Vicarage.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/394  30 July 1862

Contents:
Letter from Thomas Price, Leamington, stone mason to Mr J. Gibson with estimate for work to windows at Chesterton Church.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/395  20 Dec 1862

Contents:
Receipt from A. O'Connor to [Margaret, Dowager] Lady Willoughby de Broke [widow of Henry] for memorial painted glass in east windows of Chesterton Church.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1654/396  1862

Contents:
Copy Accounts prepared for probate and estate duty purposes on the death of [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke. (includes estate and personal accounts)

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655  1816-1846

72 pieces, listed


Related information: DR 98/1654 for bills relating to the Antelope and DR 98/1724-5 for diary of voyage to St Petersburg

Contents:
Correspondence of Henry Peyto Verney, (after 1820 Lord Willoughby de Broke), mainly relating to his yacht, Antelope

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/1  19 Jan 1816

Contents:
Epilogue written by Mr Spencer and spoken by John Dowkins, esq. at the close of Wroxton Theatre

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/2  1818

Contents:
Bill from Stone & Cooper, Broad St., Bath to Rev. Dr Woodforde for carriage work.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/3  3 Aug 1819

Contents:
Letter from B. Bevan, Leighton to Hon Henry Verney, Compton, re prevention of further slippage of bank of ground puddle.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/4  May 1820 [WM]

Contents:
Bull from William James to Hon Henry Verney, Green St., Grosvenor Square, as Committee of [John] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for inspecting and drawing sections of intended lake at Compton

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/5  December 1820

Contents:
Printed circular from (Captain) Andrew Timbrell to [Hon Henry Verney], being copies of testimonials for his improved rudder.
On back page are copies of further testimonials, dated 1822

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/6  16 July 1822

Contents:
Copy of a letter from Mr [Robert] Stevenson to Captain McUrich being instructions to serve as pilot for Lord Willoughby de Broke in the western highlands. Suggests itinerary.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/7  24 Sept 1822

Contents:
Letter from Robert Stevenson, Lighthouse Yacht, off Isle of Man to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke: Account of his tour round the northern and western isles in the Lighthouse yacht.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/8  26 Sept 1822

Contents:
List of charts delivered [for the Antelope]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/9  n.d. [c.1822]

Contents:
Notes, in hand of [Henry, Lord Willoughby de Broke] as to dimensions of masts and sails of the Antelope

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/10  n.d. [c.1822]

Contents:
List of dimensions of masts and yards of an unnamed ship of 32 guns.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/11  7 June 1823

Contents:
Receipted bill from Thomas & William Brunton, London, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for ship's cables &c

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/12  1824

Contents:
Printed circular, being copies of testimonials from commanders of H.M. Revenue cutters in re Browell's Anti-Mildew process for sailcloth

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/13  n.d. [c.1824

Contents:
Notes [in hand of Henry, Lord Willoughby de Broke] of the best methods for making specified metal work for Model of a Frigate

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/14  10 Aug 1825

Contents:
Letter from Thomas Hodson, Helvoetstius to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke: acknowledges receipt of letter; dreadful storms in area. The Antelope will always be welcome.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/15  23 Sept 1824

Contents:
Receipted bill from James Civil, Cowes to [Henry] Lord WIlloughby de Broke, for painting and glazing for the Antelope.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/16  19 Jan 1825

Contents:
Letter from [Hon] George John] Vernon, Sudbury Hall, Uttoxeter to [Henry, Lord Willoughby de Broke]: praises talents of Mr Symonds as a boat builder; sends dimensions of his own boat.
With cover

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/17  10 March 1825

Contents:
Letter from [Hon] George John] Vernon, Poynton, nr Macclesfield to [Henry, Lord Willoughby de Broke]: encloses sketcvh [not with] of suggested rigging for boat, with his comments thereon.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/18  21 May 1825

Contents:
Receipted bill from Mangles & Turner, chandlers, Wapping to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for candles, rockets and flares.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/19  21 June 1825

Contents:
Safe conducts [in Russian & German] from imperial authorities issued to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke and Lt Frederick Boultbee.
Endorsed at various stops 21 Jun - 20 Aug.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/20  22 June 1825

Contents:
Account of John Booker & Son, Kronstadt, with [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke in re letters of credit.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/21  9 July 1825

Contents:
[?] Pass from Swedish authorities in re the sloop Antelope, Captain John Davis and Lord Willoughby de Broke.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/22  10 July 1825

Contents:
Letter, in french, from Count Wetterstedt, Sirishof, Stockholm to [Charles M.] St George regretting the King's indisposition makes him unable to receive Lord Willoughby de Broke, Sir William Curtis and their companions, as arranged.
With covering note from C.M. St George to Lord Willoughby de Broke, Sir William Curtis, Capt. Russell Gray, Lt Boultbee, Lt. Garratt, Lt. Harding, Mr Legge and Mr Macintosh.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/23  20 July 1825

Contents:
Pass from Danish authorities for Captain John Davies of Cowes, travellling from St Petersburg to Cowes, to sail the Oresund.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/24  28 July 1825

Contents:
Letter from Thomas Boyle, Cowes to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, Poste Restante, Brussels, announcing safe arrival of the Antelope and account of voyage from Rostock.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/25  22 Sept 1825

Contents:
Letter from Henry Becherrat, London to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke: Attempts to sell carriage left with him in Calais by Lord Willoughby. Sends his accounts for journey [at DR 98/1654/353]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/26  26 Sept 1826

Contents:
Letter from Thomas Boyle, Hull to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, Compton: Appointment as Assistant Dock & Haven Master; details re payment of harbour dues for Antelope and Emma. Lengthening of Antelope would greatly improve her, but would cost c.£500. Renders Account on final page

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/27  23 Oct 1825

Contents:
Letter from Thomas Boyle, Hull to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, Compton: Acknowledge payment of account.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/28  19 March 1826

Contents:
Letter from Charles Miller, Cowes to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke: work progressing on Antelope, will make model when new bow in place. Sends drawing of dimensions of spars for masts.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/29  21 May 1826

Contents:
Letter from Charles Miller, Cowes to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, 21 Hill St, Grosvenor Square: Sends plans of bulkheads and skylights as requested.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/30  13 June 1826

Contents:
Letter from John Davis, West Cowes to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, Compton: sends dimensions of spars. Cutter launched on the 7th.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/31  22 July 1826

Contents:
Rough pencil log [of the Antelope] from Cowes to Falmouth

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/32  [1826]

Contents:
Profile drawings of stanchions for quarter-deck, forecastle and waist.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/33  [1826]

Contents:
Rough notes re signal flags.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/34  [1826 or 1831]

Contents:
Miscellaneous rough notes and sketches relating to masts, spars, stanchions, skylights &c. [presumably towards making model or possibly miniature firgate see/ below]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/35  [1826]

Contents:
Notes as to best timber for mast and rigging of sails. On reverse is sketch of a rigged yacht with measurements for masts and sails at quarter-inch scale.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/36  29 Jan 1827

Contents:
Letter from Charles Miller, Cowes to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, Compton: Details of the Antelope for model with sketch of the rudder on blank sheet of letter.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/37  12 June 1831

Contents:
Receipted bill from Hodgson & Co., Cowes to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for casks.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/38  11 Feb 1831

Contents:
Letter from Davis & Ring to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke: Boat has been sent to Banbury consigned to care of Mr Churchill. Forward bill in respect of boat.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/39  March 1831

Contents:
Estimate from John Elvin, Dover for a boat 24' long. Endorsed Estimate for 4 yard boat built for the Antelope service.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/40  12 May 1831

Contents:
Letter from John Cow, Dock Yard, Woolwich, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke: Has bought timber for masts and for using to hoist frigate out of the water. Has despatched to Warwick wharf from Paddington by Pickfords boat. Best method of transporting boat will be to sail frigate to Hambro' Wharf, hoist her out of water by crane and transport to Oxford by barge, ideally one carrying wool.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/41  4 July 1831

Contents:
Letter from John Cow, Dock Yard, Woolwich, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke: Encloses [not with] bills from various contractors in respect of the frigate and hopes Lord Willoughby will be happy both with it and the little boat. Encloses model of frigate mast head on half-inch scale.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/42  11 July 1831

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Ive to Mr Cow and Owner of the Frigate [Henry, Lord Willoughby de Broke] for building the miniture Frigate [sic]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/43  11 July 1831

Contents:
Receipted bill from William Vaughan, Deptford to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for bilge pumps &c on board a small vessel.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/44  July 1831

Contents:
Bill from Thomas Champion to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for repirs and metalwork for the Little Cutter Dolphin.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/45  13 Aug 1831

Contents:
Letter from John Cow, Dock Yard, Woolwich, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke: has sent drawing used for little frigate. Alterations in placing and size of masts necessary due to reduced scale. Has not as yet found anyone suitable to assist with rigging. Hopes boat will answer on your piece of water.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/46  24 April 1832

Contents:
Letter from William Ive to [Henry Lord Willoughby de Broke]: Recommends varinishing bottom of boat rather than tar or pitch. Is glad that is happy with the little frigate

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/47  2 July 1832

Contents:
6 registration certificates from the Royal Yacht Club in respect of the yacht Antelope, of 90 tons, registered at Cowes inthe ownership of Lord Willoughby de Broke.
In Spanish, Russian, Swedish, Dutch, French and Danish

Miscellaneous papers and volumes including the Vernon...a most magnificent ship.  DR 98/1655/48  7 Aug 1832

Contents:
Letter from John Cow, Dock Yard, Woolwich, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke: Cholera has nearly gone from area and Kedrick will set out [for Compton] as soon as possible. News of various ships

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/49  1 Nov 1832

Contents:
Paid bill from Stephen Anderson to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for rope.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/50  6 Jan/June 1833

Contents:
Letter from Hugh Morton, Leith Walk, Edinburgh to [Henry, Lord Willoughby de Broke]: Is carrying on business since death of brother Thomas. Plans of ship in Edinburgh Encyclopaedia have no scale. General remarks re slips under keels.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/51  24 Oct 1833

Contents:
Receipt on behalf of the Thames and Medway Canal to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke for one quarter's basin dues forthe yacht Antelope at Frindsbury.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/52  27 Oct 1833

Contents:
Letter from Richard Taylor to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, Compton Verney: Covering letter to / above. Thanks for £20 gift.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/53  24 Dec 1833

Contents:
Letter from John Cow, Dock Yard, Woolwich, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke: Best if little frigate and twenty foot boat hauled out of water during winter. Suggests removing ballast and caulking in spring when completely dry before relaunching. Has heard good things of Morton's patent slip [see / above]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/54  26 Jan 1834

Contents:
Letter from Philip Browne, Morant Estate to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke: General and naval news.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/55  21 Feb 1834

Contents:
Letter from John Cow, Dock Yard, Woolwich, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke: Advice re removal and replacement of oakum.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/56  24 Feb 1834

Contents:
Letter from William Ive, Deptford to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke: Has sent barrel of varnish as requested. Advice as to best method of using.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/57  26 Feb 1834

Contents:
Letter from John Cow, Dock Yard, Woolwich, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke: Regrets problems over original caulking; Suggests pulling out original oakum by hand to protect planks

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/58  12 March 1834

Contents:
Letter from William Ive, Deptford to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke: Re price of varnish and use of white oakum.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/59  20 May 1834

Contents:
Letter from Joseph White, East Cowes, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke: Details and benefits of the new slipway he is building.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/60  12 Aug 1834

Contents:
Letter from William Ive, Deptford to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke: Regrets to hear that the little frigate has sunk. Must be due to neglect when last caulked rather than defect in timbers which were chosen with great care. Recommends course of action to prevent repeat of incident.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/61  8 Oct 1834

Contents:
Letter from John Cow, Dock Yard, Woolwich, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke: Regrets to hear of trouble with the frigate planks have shrunk in extreme heat of summer when exposed out of water through noty being ballasted as previously. Leave her out on slip untill spring and then have properly caulked.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/62  26 Nov 1834

Contents:
Letter from Francis Harding, Great Alne to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, Compton Verney: Observations respecting the guns and carriages for the frigate.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/63  2 Dec 1834

Contents:
Letter from Francis Harding, Great Alne to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, Compton Verney: Further views on the appropriate guns for the frigate.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/64  13 Jan 1836

Contents:
Letter from William Markham, Wetherby to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke: Thanlks for letters of introduction; details of cruises taken last summer in the Antelope. [The context implies that he had purchased her from Lord Willoughby]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/65  29 Jan 1841

Contents:
Letter from John Cow, Dock Yard, Woolwich, to [Henry, Lord Willoughby de Broke]: Regrets that frigate is now rotten due to failure of man writer recommended. Suggests another suitable for undertaking repairs.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes Williams: Compton Chapel is not consecrated and Mr Knightley, Lord WIlloughby's chaplain is not licensed by the Bishop. Needs clarification of status if parishioners of Combroke or Lighthorne attend there regularly.  DR 98/1655/66  3 Dec 1841

Contents:
Letter from William Townsend to [Hugh]

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/67  26 June 1843

Contents:
Letter from [Rev.] J[ohn] Heale, The Rectory, Pointington, Somerset to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke: Plans for building a school room, negotiations for land and progress of fund-raising.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/68  15 Aug 1843

Contents:
Letter from George Warry, Sherborne, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke: Negotiations re land for proposed schoolroom; general estate affairs.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/69  8 Sept 1843

Contents:
Letter from [Rev.] J[ohn] Heale, The Rectory, Pointington, Somerset to Hugh Williams, Kineton: Dispute in village re use of horse pond; deteriorating condition of common grazing

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/70  3 June 1844

Contents:
Letter from George Warry, Sherborne, to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke: Blames all disputes in the parish on the unhappy tempers of the Loader Family. Refers to Tithe Apportionment map and general estate affairs.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/71  27 Jan 1847

Contents:
Letter from [Rev] R.B. Tritton, Otford to [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke: Soliciting donation towards the establishment of a day school.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1655/72  n.d. [c.1850]

Contents:
Letter from John Wynn to [Henry, Lord Willoughby de Broke declaring that enclosure [not with: but from context a certificate in favour of shipwrecked mariners] is a forgery, and giving example to signature to prove.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1656  18th-19th century

Contents:
Rental, including Aston Cantlow, Little Alne and Stratford-upon-Avon

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1657  1630-1837

32 pieces, listed

Contents:
Miscellaneous rentals, surveys and valuations relating to Compton Verney, Chesterton, Lighthorne, Combroke, Kingston, Sowe, Snitterfield, and Coaton (Northants.)

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1657/1  27 Sept 1630

Contents:
Valuation and rental of the lordship of Compton Verney as it was in the tenure of the La: Verney (Total: £632 10s)

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1657/2  29 Aug 1635

Contents:
Memorandum of Agreement as to dates and sums of installments of purchase sum of £5610 in respect of Glovers Field and meadow, Little Ramsons and meadow, Earls Close and meadow with tithes, which are to be insereted into conveyance.
Signed: George Verney
Witness: William Bradshaw
Endorsed: Articles concerning the purchase of part of Kingston and [] by Sir Grevill Verney of Mr George Verney

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1657/3  14 May 1709

Contents:
Rent account of Richard Walpole with Hon Dr George Verney in respect of estates at Carlton. Adressed to Mr Foulk Bullen at Kincoat near Lutterworth.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1657/4-9  1758 - 1763

Contents:
William Ollorenshaw's rent and estate accounts with [John] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for Warwickshire estates viz: Lighthorne, Compton, Lambcote (Lampcourt), Snitterfield, Alne and Combrook

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1657/10  Lady Day 1765

Contents:
Robert Green's (as executor of William Ollorenshaw, dec'd) rent and estate accounts with [John] Lord Willoughby de Broke, for Warwickshire estates viz: Lighthorne, Compton, Lambcote (Lampcourt), Snitterfield, Alne and Combrook

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1657/11-12  1758 - 1759

Contents:
William Ollorenshaw's rent and estate accounts with Hon Mrs Abigail Verney [widow of Hon John] for Kingston and Lighthorne.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1657/13-16  1761 - 1764

Contents:
William Ollorenshaw's rent and estate accounts with [John] Lord Willoughby de Broke for Kingston and Lighthorne.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1657/17  Lady Day 1765

Contents:
Robert Green's (as executor of William Ollorenshaw, dec'd) rent and estate accounts with [John] Lord Willoughby de Broke] for Kingston and Lighthorne.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1657/18-19  1758 - 1759

Contents:
William Ollorenshaw's rent and estate account with Robert Harley, surviving executor and trustee of Mrs Margaret Peyto for estates in Warwickshire and Northamptonshire viz: Chesterton, Harbury, Sow, Pillerton, Sulby, Long Buckby and Drayton.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1657/20-24  1760 - 1764

Contents:
William Ollorenshaw's rent and estate account with [John] Lord Willoughby de Broke] for estates in Warwickshire and Northamptonshire viz: Chesterton, Harbury, Sow, Pillerton, Sulby, Long Buckby and Drayton.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1657/25  Lady Day 1765

Contents:
Robert Green's (as executor of William Ollorenshaw, dec'd) rent and estate accounts with [John] Lord Willoughby de Broke] for estates in Warwickshire and Northamptonshire viz: Chesterton, Harbury, Sow, Pillerton, Sulby, Long Buckby and Drayton.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1657/26  [1772]

Contents:
Details of purchase of lands in Combrook common fields and allotments to be enclosed.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1657/27  4 May 1786

Contents:
Survey and valuation of a farm at Sow in the occupation of Joseph Cater, taken by John Brother.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1657/28  1791

Contents:
Abstract of land in the occupation of [John] Lord Willoughby de Broke in Compton Verney and Combrook with details of earlier tenants taken from James Fish's Survey of 1738 and Samuel King's of 1772

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1657/29  30 July 1799

Contents:
Valuation by John Whateley of a farm at Compton Verney belonging to [John] Lord Willioughby de Broke, in ther occuaption of William Green, and of another at Chesterton in the occupation of the Widow Webb.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1657/30  March 1802

Contents:
Valuation by John Whateley of two farms in Coaton, Northants, the property of [John] Lord Willoughby de Broke, in the occupations of Rebecca and Thomas Biggs.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1657/31  27 June 1818

Contents:
Particular and valuation by Robert Harvey of [Cummins] Farm, Snitterfield belonging to the Hon Henry Verney, in the occupation of John Smith

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1657/32  12 Jan 1839

Contents:
Valuation by Henry Eyres Landor of Cummins Farm, Snitterfield, property of [Henry] Lord Willoughby de Broke, in the occupation of E.W. Chattaway.
In the report at the end, the farm house is described as an Antient Farm House - partly of framed timber partly of brick.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1658  c. 1730

Contents:
Legal papers relating to the will of George Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1659  1662-1668

Contents:
Papers in a Chancery suit relating to the jointure of Elizabeth Peyto

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1660  1747-1840

Contents:
Miscellaneous papers relating to the tithes of Otford, Kent

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1661-1662  17th-18th centuries

Contents:
Legal papers relating to various wills and trusts

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1663-1670  1613-1804

Contents:
Royal licences, letters, etc

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1671  c.1600-c.1750

Contents:
Incomplete draft documents

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672  1543-1863

114 pieces listed

Contents:
Miscellaneous legal and family papers

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/1  4 Feb 1535/6

Contents:
Extract from Act for settling the estates in Wilts, Glos. et. alibi. among the daughter and co-heiresses of Edward Willoughby, son of Robert, 2nd Lord Willoughby de Broke

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/2  August 1604

Contents:
Letter from the Privy Council appointing Sir Richard Verney as collector for loans in Warwickshire. Signed by T. Ellesmere, Lord Chancellor; T[homas, Earl of Dorset]; Gilbert [Earl of] Shrewsbury; [Thomas, Earl of] Suffolk; E[dward, Earl of] Worcester; [Earl of] Devonshire; Robert Cecil; H[enry, Earl of] Northampton; W. Knollys

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/3  4 Feb 1607

Contents:
Answers of Thomas Smyth, Richard Woulfe, Thomas Ilief, William Browne and William Beale to the claim of Sir Fulke Greville re rights to knight service from their freehold lands in Kilmandcott and Walton

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/4  Hilary 1614/15

Contents:
[Copy] Recovery suffered by Thomas Devonshire, Lapworth against Francis Peyto, gent. in re premises at Sowe, Coventry

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/5  [1622]

Contents:
Interrogatories to be administered to Job Williams, defendant, at the suit of Ellinor Jeffs, widow re events of 30 Dec 1621

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/6  14 June 1624

Contents:
Sworn declaration by Paul Aylworth, gent as to seizure by servants of Sir Thomas Puckering of two geldings at Combrook, belonging to Sir Richard Verney and claimed as heriots. Witnessed by James Ley.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/7  28 June 1626

Contents:
Order of Court that Humphrey Peyto should reconvey to Edward Peyto premises on which mortgage has been repaid.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/8  31 Oct 1626

Contents:
Case brought by Edward Goodby, gent. against Sir Greville Verney to secure repayment of £40 due under a bond of obligation dated at London 30 Nov 1617

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/9  Jan 1628/9

Contents:
Brief notes of Lord Brooke's papers seen at Warwick. [temp Henry VII to James]

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/10  after 1627

Contents:
List of documents listed by paper and parchment 'In the Box A' (1612-1627)

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/11  before 1630

Contents:
Abstract of proceedings in the Court of Wards between Sir Richard Verney & Margaret his wife, plaintiffs and Robert, Lord Brooke, Sir John Coke, Sir Francis Swift, Michael Malett and William Vyner (executors of the late Fulke, Lord Brooke) re

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/12  Sept 1630

Contents:
Notes made from Kineton, Combrook and Brookhampton manorial records re admissions and surrenders from 1496. Endorsed 'Mr Boothes notes out of old evidences'

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/13  [c.1630]

Contents:
Opinion as to means for securing possession of lands leased to Hancox

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/14  [c.1630-40]

Contents:
Extracts from Sir Richard [recte Greville] Verney's will; settlement of 10 Nov 1626; IPM of John Verney and Greville Verney re lands at Kington

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/15  11 July 1641

Contents:
Certified extract from 'Quo Warranto' rolls, 1285 re the manor of Chesterton

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/16  after 1642

Contents:
Brief in action of trespass Katherine Verney, widow [of Sir Greville, d.1642] v. Robert Mills, Edward Bate, Richard Robinson and Richard Wilson. With notes of evidence to prove that Kineton 'hath anciently beene a Towne' and that 'there was a church or chapel at Kingeton'[The case concerns the claims of Chesterton churchwardens to rate Kineton]

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/17  after 1642

Contents:
Brief in action of trespass Katherine Verney, widow [of Sir Greville] v. Richard Wilson [same case as/15 above]

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/18  10 Nov 1648

Contents:
Receipt from Richard Lacell, Keeper of Warwick Gaol, to Greville Verney, Esq., High Sheriff, for £15 due for expenses of prisoners. Signed Rich: Lacell; witnessed Fran: Eede, Symon Eaton

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/19  6 June 1649

Contents:
Order of the Exchequer authorizing Francis Eede, Undersheriff, to take his oath and present his accounts, Greville Verney the high sheriff having died since Michaelmas without having presented his or ordering Eede so to do.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/20  n.d

Contents:
Articles against Mr Tonge [Vicar of Kimcote, Leics.] for high church practices with notes of his defence to same.[1650x1659]

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/21  n.d. [c.1660]

Contents:
Draft petition to the House of Lords of Margaret Prettyman, widow of John, daughter & heir of Sir Matthew Mennes, on behalf of her son John, an infant.
Complaining of her father-in-law's (Sir John Prettyman, Bart) behaviour with regard to her inheritance of lands from her father

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/22  9 May 1662

Contents:
Complaint of William Bradshaw, Kineton, gent, to Edward, Earl of Clarendon, Lord Chancellor against the heirs of Symon Dalton, for not honouring a mortgage of premises held for lives, made to Bradshaw by Dalton

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/23  late 17th c

Contents:
Rough table of'The descendants of the Lady Elizabeth Howard first maryed to Sir Robert Southwell & after to the E: of Carrick'

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/24  [c.1700]

Contents:
Notes, bound into a larger cover, taken from Kineton manorial records, relating to the Verney family. Between pp 20-21 is a memorandum dated 27 June 1698 of lease of land at Kingston to Mr Smith.
On the reverse of p.22 (loose) is a letter to 'Honoured Sir' proving that Solomon was no jacobite

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/25  25 May 1709

Contents:
Signed declaration by Margaret Verney, wife of Hon George Verney, DD. agreeing to the settlement of estates at Alexton, Leics. upon her second son Richard in tail male, and of estates at Brasted, Kent upon her third son John Verney in tail male.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/26  [1709]

Contents:
Details of the titles to the various properties settled in the marriage settlement [of Thomas Verney and Eleanor Leigh]

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/27  after 1715

Contents:
Small notebook containing abstracts of the marriage settlements of Edward Verney and Eleanor Leigh (25 & 26 May 1709) and Margaret Verney and Anthony Duncombe (15 & 16 Nov 1714)

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/28  1722

Contents:
Brief survey of Lord Willoughby de Broke's unentailed estates in Warwickshire and Gloucestershire

Miscellaneous papers and deeds of furniture, hangings and plate sent variously to 'Mr Vasmers in fanchurch street' 'Mr Archers at the spectecles upon Adell Hill' and 'Mr Peytos'  DR 98/1672/29  1723

Contents:
List (in unidentified hand) of various items

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/30  [1724]

Contents:
List of 'Proposalls' [for the marriage settlement of Hon. John Verney and Abigail Harley]

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/31  [1724]

Contents:
Alterations to be made to deed of settlement [as/29:] addressed to Mr Reeves and signed 'Willoughby Broke'

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/32  1724 x 1728

Contents:
Answer of George, Lord Willoughby de Broke to the Bill of Complaint of George Bowes, Esq. [his grandson-in-law, widower of Eleanor, daughter of Thomas Verney], claiming £15000 under the terms of the marriage settlement of his parents-in-law.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/32  1724 x 1728

Contents:
Abbreviated draft of/29: above

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/34  14 March 1725

Contents:
Letter from Katherine Aylmer to Mrs Davenport 'att William Peytos Esquire of Chesterton'; general news of family and friends

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/35  3 October 1726

Contents:
Notice signed by the Commissioners, calling a meeting to determine the partition of Tytherington, Glos.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/36  18 Nov 1726

Contents:
Certified extract (examined 17 March 1787) of final concord between John Heath, gent. and Richard Davenport, plaintiff, against George, Lord Willoughby de Broke, deforciant, of the manors of Compton Verney & Lighthorne with cottages, mills, gardens, 1830 ac land, 260 ac.
Meadow, 1720 ac. pasture, 30 ac woods and 1600 acres heath &c in Compton Verney, Lighthorne, Kingston, Chesterton, Lighthorne, Lambcote, Ettington, Snitterfield, Great Alne, Combroke, Keynton and Brookhampton

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/37  [after 1728]

Contents:
Schedule of documents 1709-1728 by reference to foliation in an unidentified volume

Miscellaneous papers and deeds C. Palmer, James Wright, Wm Shakespeare, Tho: Sanders  DR 98/1672/38  13 Jan 1733

Contents:
Inventory of items found in the 'Beaurore' in Mr Peyto's dressing room (money, jewellery and notes of hand). Signed by Wm Bromley

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/39  2 Feb 1733[/4]

Contents:
Letter from Wm Newsham, Chesterton to Francis Loggin, Temple, 'Dear Cosen', enclosing /39 - /41 below. Is finishing inventory of house. Remarks re estate and tenants [see DR 98/1740-1]

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/40  2 Feb 1733/4

Contents:
Valuation of the horses in various fields

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/41  [Feb 1733/4]

Contents:
List of dogs (by type and name) at Chesterton and elsewhere

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/42  [Feb 1733/4]

Contents:
Note of cattle, sheep and horses at Chesterton

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/43  [Feb 1733/4]

Contents:
Incomplete list of yearly tenants 'in Mr Peytos Lifetime' and details of grounds in hand

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/44  5 Feb 1733[/4]

Contents:
Letter from Wm Newsham, Chesterton to Francis Loggin, Temple, 'Dear Cosen': Re taking of inventory and disposal of stock.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/45  23 Feb 1733[/4]

Contents:
Acknowledgement by Robert Smith that stock, goods and chattels on his farm have been distrained by Mrs Margaret Peyto for arrears of rent and remain there by her permission

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/46  11 March 1733/4

Contents:
Letter from Wm Newsham, Warwick to Francis Loggin, Temple, 'Dear Cosen': Actions taken re livestock; sale of wool

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/47  17 April 1733

Contents:
Extract from P.C.C. Registry of the grant of probate of the will of Thomas Malyn, Battersea, Surrey, Esq. to Valentina Malyn, widow and sole executrix

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/48  [c.1734]

Contents:
A schedule of Mrs Peytos deeds, 1350-1733, being a list of box contents

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/49  2 Nov 1737

Contents:
(Copy) warrant under Privy Seal from George II to Commissioners to inquire into the fees prevailing in the various Courts of Law

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/50  17 Aug 1738

Contents:
Certified extract from the register of St Giles in the Fields, London, recording the birth and baptism of Margaret, daughter of John and Abigail Verney on 27th & 29th August 1726. Certified by William Shackleford, curate.
Below is a certified extract of the baptism of Sarah, daughter of John and Abigail Verney, on 29 December 1732. Certified by William Clarke, Parish clerk [parish unidentified]

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/51  1739

Contents:
Brief for the defendants in Chancery case between Joseph Jekyll, esq., executor of Sir Joseph Jekyll, late Master of the Rolls, plaintiff, against Hon John Verney, Master of the Rolls and others re right to receive income from estates perquisite to the office of Master of the Rolls

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/52  ? after August 1741

Contents:
Note of 'Wine Carryed from ye Rolls to the Duke of Portlands seelers' and endorsed 'What wine of the Honorable Mrs Verneys is in the Duke of Portlands sellower' [Hon. John Verney died August 1741. The Duke of Portland was Mrs Verney's nephew]

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/53  17 August 1741

Contents:
Certified extract from the register of St Giles in the Fields, Middlesex, of the birth and baptism of John Peyto, son of Hon John and Abigail Verney, on 4th and 15th August 1738. Certified by William Shakleford, curate.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/54  13-19 Aug 1741

Contents:
Copy of the inventory of household goods and furniture, linen and pictures of the late Hon. John Verney at Compton Verney, taken by John Marshall of London and John Yorke of Warwick. At the end is an inventory of The Rolls House, Chancery Lane, London [see also DR 98/1742]

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/55  31 May 1742

Contents:
Certified extract of the grant of administration of the goods of John Webb, Lighthorne to his widow Mary and son Thomas.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/56  12 April 1743

Contents:
Schedule of documents 1560-1738 delivered to the Hon Robert Harley for the use of Mrs Peyto '& by him delivered to William Olorenshard'

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/57  [1762]

Contents:
Legal bill from Mr Winter to [John Peyto Verney] Lord Willoughby de Broke in re various affairs, totalling £93.13.4

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/58  8 April 1762

Contents:
Receipted bill, on behalf of H.C. Winter for various legal accounts presented to [John Peyto Verney] Lord Willoughby de Broke.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/59  6 Jan 1766

Contents:
Memorandum of Agreement between [John Peyto Verney] Lord Willoughby de Broke and Thomas Wrighton of Harrads House Farm as to increases in rent. In hand of Lord Willoughby de Broke and signed by both parties.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/60  10 Jan 1766

Contents:
Memorandum of Agreement between [John Peyto Verney] Lord Willoughby de Broke and Thomas Boyce of Long Buckby, Northants, for the annual tenancy of a farm of new enclosed land at Long Buckby, at £70 p.a. In hand of Lord Willoughby de Broke and signed by both parties.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/61  20 Sept 1766

Contents:
Memorandum of Agreement between [John Peyto Verney] Lord Willoughby de Broke and William Webb, Tharp, Warwicks. for the tenancy of Kingston Farm, late in the occupation of Butler Wigan, at £250 p.a.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/62  4 May 1782

Contents:
Certified extract of grant of administration of the goods of John Webb,, late of Lighthorne, to Mary, wife of Thomas Mason, the sister and next of kin of the deceased.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/63  n.d. [c.1790]

Contents:
Card of acceptance of invitation to dinner on behalf of Lord and Lady Willoughby, Miss Verney and Mr Henry Verney. Addressed to Mrs Lucy

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/64  10 Feb 1791

Contents:
Letter of thanks from Cicely Farenden, Chichester to [John Peyto Verney] Lord Willoughby de Broke for gratuity sent in addition to her mother's annuity.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/65  24 Sept 1793

Contents:
Account of the land belonging to Mr Atwell's school Tyth[er]ington, Glos. in the tenancy of Mary Smith, widow. Endorsed 'Land in Itchington belonging to the Poor of Thornbury'

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/66  19 Oct 1793

Contents:
Letter from Thomas Pennystone, Walden to [John Peyto Verney] Lord Willoughby de Broke, Hill St., London re affairs of Essex tenants.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/67  22 Jan 1798

Contents:
Opinion of Radclyffe Sidebottom, Lincolns Inn re the Chesterton estates settled to the uses of Lady Derby's will

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/68  20 Feb 1811

Contents:
Letter from J. Caister, Boston [Lincs] to J. Craggs, Thuckingham: acknowledging receipt of £50 as donation from Lord Willoughby de Broke to sufferers of late floods.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/69  9 July 1811

Contents:
Draft petition in Chancery on behalf of John Peyto Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke that money due to him from the sale of land at Long Buckby, Northants to the Grand Union Canal Company should be laid out in the purchase of 3% annuities

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/70  15 July 1811

Contents:
Order in Chancery in re/69 above

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/71  1 Sept 1813

Contents:
Copy Opinion of J[ohn] Scriven, Inner Temple re an unidentified case re tithes.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/72  25 April 1814

Contents:
Letter from B[enjamin] Morland, Abingdon to J[ohn] Boodle, Brook St., London re tithes on Lord Willoughby de Broke's estate at Snitterfield

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/73  21 Aug 1814

Contents:
Letter from Benjamin Morland, Croome to R. Boodle, Brook St., London enquiring as to delay in production of draft conveyance re Snitterfield tithes

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/74  25 Aug 1814

Contents:
[Messrs. Boodle], Brook St., London to [John Peyto Verney] Lord Willoughby de Broke. Lord Coventry will sign conveyance of moiety of Snitterfield tithes on Saturday

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/75  21 Oct 1817

Contents:
Signed heads of agreement for the lease of New Farm in the parishes of Kineton and Burton Dassett for seven years at £1.5.0 per acre. Signed by Robert Dormer, Elizabeth Dormer and John Banwell.
Attached is further list of obligations, signed and dated 5 April 1818

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/76  25 March 1818

Contents:
Notes taken from above and headed 'Extracts from the lease Mr & Mrs Dormer to Mr Barnacle'

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/77  22 May 1818

Contents:
Certified extract of the probate of the will of Richard Gaman, late of George St., Hanover Square, London, baronet granted to Rowland Hunt, one of the executors with power reserved to the other executors the Duke of Atholl and Hon Charles Fitzroy. Sworn under £12,000.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/78  27 June 1818

Contents:
Letter from R.J. Harvey, Dunstal to the Hon. H[enry Peyto] Verney. Farm at Snitterfield very poor 'with a poorer tenant'.
Encloses valuation [not with]. The land is poor but the timber excellent with management.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/79  5 April 1819

Contents:
Note addressed to G[eorge] Bramwell, Temple with date of hearings for lunatic petitions.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/80  2 June 1821

Contents:
Notification to [Henry Peyto Verney] Lord Willoughby de Broke, of his election to the Yacht Club [Cowes]

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/81  7 May 1822

Contents:
Letter from Rev Robert Uvedale, Vicar of Fotherby, near Louth to [Henry Peyto Verney] Lord Willoughby de Broke, with evidence supporting his claim to the Barony of Latimer.
The wrapper has been endorsed: 'Important This letter contains information respecting the Antient Barony of Latimer & my claim to it, which should be kept among the family Evidence for the information of those who succeed me. Henry Willoughby de Broke, May 18th 1822'

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/82  19 June/1 July 1825

Contents:
Passport issued by Edward Cromwell Disbrowe, British Ambassador to the Imperial Court at St Petersburg, for [Henry Peyto Verney] Lord Willoughby de Broke to travel to Berlin.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/83  19 June/1 July 1825

Contents:
Passport issued by Edward Cromwell Disbrowe, British Ambassador to the Imperial Court at St Petersburg, for William Legge, gent., to travel to Berlin.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/84  19 June/1 July 1825

Contents:
Passport issued by Edward Cromwell Disbrowe, British Ambassador to the Imperial Court at St Petersburg, for Messrs Harding and Boltbee, Marine Lieutenants, to travel to Berlin.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/85  21 June 1825

Contents:
Safe conduct, in Russian and German from Emperor Alexander for William Legge and Franz Gardeng to travel to Brussels.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/86  13 June 1826

Contents:
Estimate by C. Stoddart, South St., Grosvenor Square, of the external repairs required to Lord Willoughby de Broke's house and outbuilding in Hill Street.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/87  7 July 1826

Contents:
C. Stoddart, London to [Henry Peyto Verney] Lord Willoughby de Broke, Cowes, Isle of Wight. Justifies size of estimate and reminds that interior work came in under estimate. Remarks re dispute with Mr Thorn the bricklayer.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/88  8 Aug 1826

Contents:
C. Stoddart, London to [Henry Peyto Verney] Lord Willoughby de Broke, Cowes, Isle of Wight: Rebuts accusations of lining his pocket; outlines work over summer and denies complaints made by Mr Thorn about his workmen. Mr Thorn has informed him will accept no orders from him therefore trusts his lordship will exonerate from any responsibility

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/89  3 Jan 1827

Contents:
C. Stoddart, Bath to [Henry Peyto Verney] Lord Willoughby de Broke, Compton Verney: Mr Thorn's separate bill was for work Stoddart deemed unnecessary but which Thorn claimed had orders from Lord Willoughby to execute. Has himself exceeded estimate by undertaking work which would have proved necessary within a short time.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/90  9 Jan 1827

Contents:
John Elger, South St., Grosvenor Square to [Henry Peyto Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke]: Account of works done and those taken on by Mr Thorn.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/91  14 Jan 1827

Contents:
John Thorn, Little Stanhope St., Mayfair, London to [Henry Peyto Verney] Lord Willoughby de Broke, Compton Verney: Rebuttal of Mr Stoddart's accusations and his account of dispute.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/92  29 Jan 1829

Contents:
C. Stoddart, London to [Henry Peyto Verney] Lord Willoughby de Broke, Compton Verney: Rebuts Thorn's accusations which Lord Willoughby seems to believe. Places his trust and confidence in his successor in business Mr Elger.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/93  12 March 1827

Contents:
Receipted bill from John Elger for £1102.9.3 in respect work done at 21 Hill Street.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/94  9 Oct 1828

Contents:
Letter from Messrs Rolls & Griffin, Banbury to Henry Eyres Landor, Warwick requesting justification for payment claimed for Lord Willoughby from tenants of Sir F[rancis] Shuckburgh.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/95  15 Oct 1828

Contents:
Letter from E.S. Burton, Daventry to [Henry Eyres Landor] re summons to Sir Francis Shuckburgh's tenants to attend Court for manor of Nether Shuckburgh at Chesterton, for which manor Sir Francis has a grant dated from the reign of Henry IV

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/96  27 Oct 1828

Contents:
Letter from E.S. Burton, Daventry to Henry [Eyres] Landor, Warwick: Sir Francis Shuckburgh wishes to buy manor of Lower Shuckburgh if shown that Lord Willoughby has title

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/97  28 Oct 1828

Contents:
Letter from Henry Eyres Landor, Warwick to T.S. Burton, Banbury: Sir Vicary Gibbs has given Opinion that Nether Shuckburgh is not a separate manor but a member of Chesterton

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/98  31 Oct 1828

Contents:
Letter from E.S. Burton, Daventry to Henry [Eyres] Landor, Warwick: Requests that Counsel's Opinion be obtained re possibility of separating Lower Shuckburgh from Chesterton.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/99  22 Dec 1828

Contents:
Letter from William Hamper, Highgate near Birmingham to H[enry] E[yres] Landor: Refers to various deeds re Shuckburgh and Chesterton and thinks Court rolls will provide answer

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/100  11 Jan 1829

Contents:
Letter from William Hamper, Highgate near Birmingham to Henry Eyres Landor, Warwick: Returns court rolls which have not elucidated matter

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/101  14 Feb 1829

Contents:
Signed undertaking by John Banwell to give up possession of farm he holds of Lord Willoughby de Broke at Kineton at Lady Day 1830.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/102  8 Aug 1829

Contents:
Affidavit in Chancery of George Parrott, Buckingham, Esq., Receiver of the rents of the estate of the Duke of Buckingham and Chandos in Burton Dassett, which has been contracted to be sold to Lord Willoughby de Broke, as to quit rents arising from certain lands and the redemption of land tax.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/103  14 Aug 1830

Contents:
Memorandum of Agreement between Henry Eyres Landor, agent for [Henry Peyto Verney] Lord Willoughby de Broke and John Banwell, Kineton, farmer that Lord Willoughby shall take the crops growing on Banwell's farm at Burton Dassett in payment of the half year's rent of £249.5.9, paying him the surplus upon a valuation to be taken in August.
Endorsed with note of valuation and payment to Banwell, 14 August

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/104  7 Aug 1830

Contents:
Valuation of crop of wheat belonging to Mr Banwell at Kineton.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/105  23 May 1833

Contents:
Schedules of documents 1680-1816 endorsed 'Papers taken by Mr Smith'

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/106  19 April 1837

Contents:
Notes re cottage tenants and rents paid [place unidentified]

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/107  12 Jan 1839

Contents:
Letter from Henry Eyres Landor, Warwick to Hugh Williams, Esq.: His valuation of Cummins [Comyns] Farm, Snitterfield and realistic price to include tithes and timber.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/108  18 Jan 1839

Contents:
Letter from J.S. Sanderson, New Jersey, United States to [Henry Peyto Verney] Lord Willoughby de Broke: Enclosing relic [unidentified] which may be purchased for £5. Writer is in distressed circumstances

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/109  29 Jan 1839

Contents:
Letter from C[harles] T[homas] Warde, Paris to [Henry Peyto Verney] Lord Willoughby de Broke, Compton Verney: Asks him, in view of discrepancy between two valuations of Comyns Farm, to name sum he considers fair, or to agree to independent valuation.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/110  25 April 1864

Contents:
Memorandum of Agreement between Matthew Maleolu [sic] and Thomas Griffin for the lowering by Griffin of 100 yards of turnpike road from the centre of the new lodge gates, Compton Verney, towards Wellesbourne

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/111  1854-1876

Contents:
Bundle of receipted lists of deeds taken by, or sent to Edward Partington

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/112  n.d.[e.19th c.]

Contents:
Notes re sums due to various persons and dates paid

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/113  n.d

Contents:
Interrogatories to be administered to witnesses on behalf of Hon Elianor Verney in Chancery Case between Coney Tunnard, gent. and said Elianor Verney re manor of Stonehall, Frampton, Lincs.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672/114  n.d

Contents:
Empty wrapper addressed 'Lady Willoughby'

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672a  1306-1818

24 pieces listed

Contents:
Miscellaneous estate and legal papers

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672a/1  1306 [16th c. copy]

Contents:
Extract from Close Rolls, & John, being order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to deliver land at Kington to Hugh de Hersy, which he had be exchange with Hugh de Gurney

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672a/2  1322-1545 [16th c. copy]

Contents:
Notebook containing abstracts of 23 deeds relating to Combroke and Kineton

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672a/3  10 June 1514

Contents:
Copy of a lease for lives from the Master and Brethren of the Gild of the Holy Trinity and St George, Warwick, to Giles Phelips, Agnes his wife and Thomas their son, of 2 messuages, 2½ virgates of land in the fields of Combroke and Brookhampton, of which one called Furners land, and the other called Seles land

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672a/4  1474- 1586

Contents:
Notes relating to the deaths and holdings of members of the Verney family

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672a/5  25 Jan 1563

Contents:
Affidavit before Sir Richard Verney, High Sheriff, of Edward Dalby, Kineton, gent, John Hawes, Kineton, husbandman, John Hall, Kineton, husbandman and Richard Madicke, Kineton, husbandman, as to the marriage 'thre yeres & one quarter of a yere paste' of Geroge Dawlye, son and heir of Alexander Dawlye and Joan Page, widow, at which time Alexander gave in marriage with George, 1 yardland in Chesterton worth 40s pa, subject to the interest of Alene Symons and Thomas Darlowe
Sig: Edward Dalby, the others by mark
T; Ry Verney

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672a/6  13 April 1594

Contents:
Bond in penal sum £200 from Edmund Dalby, Butlers Marston, gent., to Richard Verney, 'Compton Mordock', esq. to secure conveyance to Verney of messuage and lands in Comobroke, surrendered by Dalby and Alice his wife, with Thomas Bentley and Margarett his wife at the court of William Burton, gent, held at Little Kineton 11 April
Sig: Edm Dalby
T: William Dakins, Ric Willis

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672a/7  2 Jan 1596

Contents:
Terrier of lands in the fields of Combroke late in the occupation of Ancker Aynsworth, now of Thomas Clarke

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672a/8  before 1575- 1620s

Contents:
Various papers in disputes between Henry Lord Berkeley, and later Francis Aylsworth, Lords of the Manor of Kineton, Combroke and Brookhampton as to the types of tenure and heriots due

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672a/9  ? 1597

Contents:
Bill and Answers in Court of Wards and Liveries brought by Thomas Puckering, son and heir of Sir John Puckering, late Keeper of the Great Seal, against Francis Ayleworth and Walter Ayleworth his son, for detaining deeds and papers relating to the manor of Little Kineton, to which the Queen is entitled as guardian of said Thomas Puckering

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672a/10  1604-1605

Contents:
Names, by Hundred, of those who have lent money to the King upon writs of privy seal

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672a/11  1625

Contents:
Draft recovery between Sir Thomas Puckering and Sir Richard Verney re lands in Amyngton

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672a/12  n.d [c.1630?]

Contents:
Draft quitclaim and release by John Verney, Middle Temple, esq. and George Verney, gent, to Sir Greville Verney their brother, for £300 of all their rights in copyhold lands and premises in Kineton, Combroke and Brookhampton, held as heirs of their late father Sir Richard Verney

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672a/13  20 Nov 1653

Contents:
Receipt from Sir Henry Puckering alias Newton, of Charleton, Kent, bart. to Dame Katherine Verney, widow, for £100 due upon identure of even date between Puckering, Edward Peyto, esq, Simon Neale, gent and the said Dame Katherine and William Bradshawe, gent.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672a/14  [c.1720]

Contents:
Terrier of freeholders' lands in the common fields of Lighhorne

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672a/15  1721

Contents:
Draft Enclosure Award for Lighthorne

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672a/16  [n.d.]

Contents:
James Fish's Bill for measuring freeholders' lands at Lighthorne, apportioned according to their holdings

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672a/17  1721

Contents:
Draft Enclosure Award for Lighthorne

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672a/18  24 March 1722/3

Contents:
Draft articles of agreement between Rev Richard Lydyatt, Rector and Lighthorne and Thomas Webb and Thomas Mason the younger, both of Lighthorne, yeomen for the lease of the Parsonage house and glebe lands, for three years at £40 pa

Miscellaneous papers and deeds building the Parsonage House of Southam to ye Rt Honble the Lord Willoughby Brooke May ye 17th 1725'  DR 98/1672a/19  May 1725

Contents:
Ground plan for new parsonage house to be erected at Southam
Endorsed: 'The Bishop of Leitchfeilds Licence for

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672a/20  April 1730

Contents:
List of inhabitants binding themselves for certain days' help towards the repair of the road at Frizhill, the Hon John Verney having agreed to repair the same 'for the benefit of his neighbours'

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672a/21  1733

Contents:
Four orders to pay various sums to Lady Willoughby de Broke (2), Thomas Hollister and Michael Maynard, from Hon John Verney to Benjamin Hoare, Esq.

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672a/22  21 Jan 1773

Contents:
Order of the Commissioners for the Enclosure of Combroke, compounding the tithes due to Bentley Gordon upon the lands of the Lord Willoughby de Broke. Receipted for £315.17.6

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672a/23  [c. 1778-9]

Contents:
List of landowners and their holdings in the common fields of Harbury
Harbury was enclosed in 1790

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672a/24  9 March 1818

Contents:
Release by William Whitmore, Birmingham. engineer, to Hon Henry Verney, for £200, of his contract, dated 23 Feb 1815, for the construction of a reservoir head at Combrook which has not yet been completed and has suffered various slippages signed by Whitmore and Verney
Receipted by Whitmore

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1672a/25  n.d. [c 1818]

Contents:
Report by B. Bevan to Hon H. Verney, on the state of and repairs necessary to the poolhead embankment [dam] near Combroke Refers to talking to some of those involved in original construction
With pencil sketch in margin

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1673  1765-1878

Contents:
Papers relating to Bentley's Charity, Kineton, including office copy will of Charlotte Bentley, 1765 and apprenticeship indentures under the said charity.
With some papers relating to the Free school at Combroke

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1674  16th c. -- 18th c

Contents:
Miscellaneous manuscript prayers, copies from religious works, translations from the latin, poems: includes letters, copies of texts, essays in French by a schoolboy; Ms recipe book labelled 'Madam Sarah Foley'

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1675  1787-1829

Contents:
Papers relating to the affairs of Hon. John Peyto Verney, later Lord Willoughby de Broke, a lunatic (died Nov 1820)

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1676-1690  1425-1656

Contents:
Inquisitions post mortem: include lands in Northants, Somerset and Warwickshire

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1691  16th century

Contents:
Extent of property formerly belonging to Lady Elizabeth Greville, deceased, in Buckinghamshire, Gloucestershire, Lincolnshire, Somerset, Staffordshire, Surrey, Warwickshire, Worcestershire

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1692  1535/6

Contents:
List of property referred to in an Act of Parliament

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1693  n.d

Contents:
Valuation of manors etc entailed by an Act of Parliament

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1694  1567-1576

Contents:
Rentals relating to Sowe, Chesterton and elsewhere

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1695  1828

Contents:
Account of chief rent for Sowe

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1696  1842

Contents:
Steward's accounts, for manors including Brookhampton

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1697-1698  1829

Contents:
Steward's accounts for the manor of Great Kineton

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1699  Temp. Edward III & Richard II

Contents:
Extracts from court rolls and rentals of the manor of Kingston

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1700  1781

Contents:
Chief rent roll for Chesterton and Lower Shuckburgh

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1701  1733

Contents:
Orders made in the court baron and court leet of Chesterton and Lower Shuckburgh

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1702  1807

Contents:
Legal papers relating to the title of Lord Willoughby de Broke to the manors of Chesterton and Lower Shuckburgh

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1703  1828

Contents:
Particulars of cottages and encroachments at Lower Shuckburgh, with list of inhabitants

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1704  1642-1643

Contents:
Accounts for a train of artillery raised by Sir Edward Peyto

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1705  1597-1615

Contents:
Rental, includes Chesterton, Compton Verney and Kingston

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1706  1622

Contents:
Stock book

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1707  1625-1629

Contents:
Stock book

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1708  1633-1634

Contents:
Wood accounts for Chesterton Grove

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1709  1635

Contents:
Chesterton estate accounts

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1710  1637

Contents:
Household, stable and garden accounts

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1711  1637-1639

Contents:
?Chesterton estate accounts

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1712  1654-1656

Contents:
Shrievalty accounts

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1713  1658-1668

Contents:
Account book of Elizabeth Peyto

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1714  1659-1700

Contents:
Account book for rents received

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1715  1671-1676

Contents:
Account book of John Verney, while a student at the Middle Temple

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1716  1692-1698

Contents:
Account of miscellaneous disbursements relating to Chesterton

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1717  1703-1706

Contents:
Letter book of Richard Davenport, nephew and agent of Hon. John Verney, with sundry accounts

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1718  1770-1791

Contents:
Turnpike accounts, Wellesbourne to Radway

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1719-1720  1780-1797

Contents:
Accounts of John, Lord Willoughby de Broke

Miscellaneous papers and deeds  DR 98/1721  1791-1796

Contents:
Accounts of (?) John Peyto-Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1722-1723  n.d., 1825

Contents:
Catalogues of books at Compton Verney

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1724  1825

Contents:
Log of a voyage, London - St. Petersburg - Cowes, by Henry, Lord Willoughby de Broke, in the yacht Antelope

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1725  C. 1825

Contents:
Printed book A Rigging Warrant for ships of 36 guns or under 940 tons, and for ships of 32 guns above 740 tons with notes relating to the Antelope

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1726  1816-1836

Contents:
Bank book of Henry Verney, later Lord Willoughby de Broke, in account with Whitehouse, Weston and Greenway

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1727  1819

Contents:
Printed book containing abstracts of acts relating to Pilots and Pilotage

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1728  1728

Contents:
Printed description of the coasts of north-east England, with sailing directions

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1729  12 June 1712

Contents:
Sermon preached in the parish church of St Sepulchre by George, Lord Willoughby de Broke, DD

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1730  n.d

Contents:
Ms notebook 'Baronies descended to the Heirs Generall since the time of William the Conqueror'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1731  1694-1702

Contents:
Book containing miscellaneous pedigrees of Willoughby, Greville, Peyto and Verney families, many relating to the family's peerage claim

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1732  1734

Contents:
Printed copy of 'Statutes at Large'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1733  1839, 1844, 1845, 1846, 1848, 1850

Contents:
Six pocket book almanacs, probably used by Henry, Lord Willoughby de Broke

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1733a  1630-1631

Contents:
Kineton manor court rolls with 17th century extracts from earlier rolls, temp Henry IV to Elizabeth

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1734  1658-1668

Contents:
Account book of Fulward Peyto

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1735  June-November 1674

Contents:
Account book of Robert Smoabe, for William Peyto

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1736  1679-1680

Contents:
Account book of John Reeve, for William Peyto

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1737  April-September 1681

Contents:
Account book of John Reeve, for William Peyto

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1738  March-September 1682

Contents:
Account book of John Reeve, for William Peyto

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1739  September 1682-March 1683

Contents:
Account book of John Reeve, for William Peyto

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1740  7 February 1734

Contents:
Inventory of the household goods of William Peyto of Chesterton, esq., deceased

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1741  8 February 1734

Contents:
Catalogue of the books of William Peyto of Chesterton, esq., -deceased

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1742  13-19 August 1741

Contents:
Inventory of the goods of Rt. Hon. John Verney, decd., at Compton Verney

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1743  n.d

Contents:
Unidentified inventory, probably relating to Compton Verney

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1744  C.1400-1809

10 pieces, listed


Related information: The basic descriptions of /2-5 are taken from manuscript notes, C 1900 attached to each leaf:
For references to/1a &/1b see
Apfel, Ernst, Studien zur Satztechnik der mittelalterlichen englischen Musik (Heidelberg, 1959)
Entry from Census-Catalogue of Manuscript Sources of Polyphonic Music, 1400-1550 (American Institute of Musicology, 1984)
Entry from Handschriften mit Mehrstimmiger Musik des 14, 15 und 16 Jahrhunderts (Munich, n.d.)

Contents:
Miscellaneous fragments of mediaeval music and religious texts. With print of John Peyto Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1744/1a  c. 1400

Contents:
Folio from liturgical choirbook, of English origin, containing part of the Credo. Verso is headed 'Picart' [Pycard]
Folio has apparently been used as binding for later document.

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1744/1b  c. 1400

Contents:
Fragment of folio from same source as /1a, containing 'Kyrie'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1744/1c  n.d

Contents:
Transcription into modern notation of /1b: by Professor Gustave Reese, New York University

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1744/2  15th century

Contents:
Folio from an English (Dominican) antiphonal, containing parts of the offices of Matins and Lauds for Friday and Saturday in the octave of Ascension
At some point the folio has been cut in two and rejoined by early archival tape

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1744/3  15th century

Contents:
Spread from manuscript copy of the Golden Legend containing entries for Christmas, St Anastasia and St Stephen

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1744/4  15th century

Contents:
Leaf from a Sarum missal containing masses for the 17th and 18th Sundays after Trinity, and for Wednesday after the 18th Sunday
Initial letters are coloured blue and decorated in red. Section initial letters are gilded.
This has been used as a wrapper at a later date and is inscribed in one margin 'Latetat per Humfrido boulton versus William Smyth [crossed through] Tayler'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1744/5  15th century

Contents:
Spread (cropped along one edge) from a volume of scholastic theology, apparently a summary of St Thomas Aquinas

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1744/6  1809

Contents:
Engraving of John Peyto Verney, 14th Lord Willoughby de Broke; engraved by Charles Heath from a painting by Bell

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1744/7  19 January 1917

Contents:
Letter from the Rev. J Harvey Bloom, Whitchurch Rectory to Mr Tiley, inquiring if the Abbess of Stanbrooke has returned the 'fragments of Mss' to 'Her Ladyship'
This may refer to /1-5

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1744/8  [n.d.]

Contents:
Parchment wrapper enclosing /2-7

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1745  1852

Contents:
Drawing of obelisk erected over family vault at Compton Verney

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1746  ? c. 1700

Contents:
Unidentified oil painting of elderly man

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1747  1769-1847

12 pieces, listed

Contents:
Miscellaneous plans

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1747/1-2  1769

Contents:
Plan and section of bridge at Compton Verney (now the road bridge); undated and unsigned but probably by Lancelot Brown

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1747/3  [WM 1847]

Contents:
Plan to widen the same

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1747/4-7  1815-1818

Contents:
Four plans and sections of damhead at Combroke, one dated February 1815 and signed William Whitmore junior; another dated 1818

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1747/8  1836

Contents:
Plans and sections of a proposed canal from Leamington to Chadshunt

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1747/9-11  [WM 1794-5]

Contents:
Plans of a 74-gun warship, 'The Spencer'

Miscellaneous papers and volumes  DR 98/1747/12  c.1795

Contents:
Plan of a 'ship of 36 guns'

Miscellaneous deeds, Warwickshire and Long Stanton, Cambridgeshire  DR 98/1748-1797  1478-1773

BROOKHAMPTON, KINGTON AND BUTLERS; MARSTON. CO. WARWICK  DR 98/1748-1749  11-12 December 1676

Parchment, 3 membranes, 20 x 13½ in. Rubbed or nibbled at some folds.

Contents:
Lease and release, the release a conveyance from John Dalby of Brookhampton co. Warwick gent., son and heir of John Dalby late of Ratcliffe co. Middx. gent. deceased, and Richard Dalby his brother to Ambrose Holbeche of Mollington co. Warwick gent. in consideration of £1000 paid to John and Richard Dalby and £1000 paid to Dalby Thomas and John Thomas gents. by direction of John Dalby, of lands and tenements in Brookhampton and Kington described as follows viz. the manor or reputed manor of Brookhampton, the messuage or manorhouse of Brookhampton, 1½ yardland of meadow and pasture containing 41 acres and one watermill adjoining. and one close of pasture called Kingsham of 3 acres in Butlers Marston, co. Warwick, all formerly in the possession of John Basse and then of Richard Basse.
With warranty against all claims including those of John Dalby deceased and Richard Dalby deceased, great-uncle of John, the estate being free of all incumbrances except those mentioned in the schedule.
Dated 11-12 December 28 Charles II, 1676.
Signed: John Dalby, Richard Dalby.
Release, seals and one tag gone. Lease has two papered seals on tags.
Witnesses: Ric: Stevens, Chambers Slaughter, Wm. Hickes, Wm. Stratford, John Vicary.
With schedule attached, reciting a recognizance or statue staple dated 4 June 1658 from John Dalby deceased to William Thomas in the sum of £1000, which came to the said Dalby Thomas and John Thomas as executors.
Solicitors' endorsements.

BROOKHAMPTON  DR 98/1750  13 December 1676

Parchment, 29 x 21½ in. Rubbed along one fold.

Contents:
Assignment from Dalby Thomas and John Thomas sons and executors of the will of William Thomas late of Ratcliffe co. Middx. esq. deceased at the direction of John Dalby of Brookhampton gent to Samuel Greene of Warwick gent. and Chambers Slaughter of Mollington gent. in trust for Ambrose Holbeche of Mollington gent. of a statute staple dated 4 June 1658 for £1000, in consideration of £1000 paid to the assignors by the said Ambrose Holbeche, being the same consideration as that mention in the conveyance dated [the previous] day's date from John and Richard Dalby to Ambrose Holbeche of the manor or reputed manor of Brookhampton [see schedule attached thereto]. It was not intended to extend the statute unless difficulties arose over the enjoyment of these particular lands, and any benefit arising from the eventual extent of certain other lands formerly also belonging to John Dalby deceased, namely a messuage called the White Horse in Hillend in Ste[p]ney alias Stebonheath co. Middx. and a close called the Hoppers in Butlers Marston co. Warwick, was reserved to the purchasers of the same, that is Thomas Wright and Richard Collins respectively.
Dated 13 December 28 Charles II, 1676.
Signed: John Dalby, Dalby Thomas, John Thomas.
Three papered seals on tags, one broken.
Witnesses: Rowland Aston, Wm Hickes, Robt Osborne.
Solicitors' endorsement.

BROOKHAMPTON  DR 98/1751  13 December 1676

Parchment 29½ x 24½ in.

Contents:
Assignment from George Hill of St. Clement Danes co. Middx. gent. at the direction of John Dalby of Brookhampton gent. and Richard Dalby gent. his brother to John Clay of Milend in Stepney alias Stebonheath co. Middx. gent. and Mathew Johnson of the Middle Temple, London, esq. in trust for Thomas Wright of Mile-end aforesaid grazier and Ambrose Holbeche of Mollington gent., reciting the purchase by Thomas Wright of Richard Dalby of an inn called the White-house in Mile-end and the purchase by Ambrose Holbeche of John Dalby and Richard Dalby of the manor of Brookhampton, of a judgement obtained by the said George Hill in the court of Kings Bench in Michaelmas term 1661 against John Dalby the father since deceased for a debt of £120 and costs, which judgement the said George Hill had lately revived and tried to execute on the said inn, Consideration £50 paid by Thomas Wright to George Hill. It was agreed among the parties that the said judgement should only be made use of and kept on foot to protect the said purchased premises against any further incumbrances that might arise. And whereas the said George Hill alleged that John Dalby the father was some time before his death arrested at the suit of Sir Fretzevill Hollis kt. and his wife, who was the relict and executrix of Valentine Crome late of London scrivener deceased, on a process for the recovery of debts due to the last named, that he George Hill had obtained the liberty of the said John Dalby the father (who died shortly afterwards), and that Sir Fretzevill Hollis had recovered against him £25 damages on a supposed promise made by him in John Dalby's behalf, it was further agreed that he should assign over to the said Thomas Wright and Ambrose Holbeche the judgement obtained in this case also, 'if any such there be, as soon as he can find the same,'
Signed by the parties.
Seven papered seals on tags, four broken.
Witnesses: Dalby Thomas, ? J.A.Mathews, Edw. Wattes, Wm Stratford.
Endorsed: The agreement aboute keepinge Mr Hills judgement on foote against Mr John Dalby.

BROOKHAMPTON  DR 98/1752-1753  3 October 1743

Parchment, 30½ x 21½ in. and 30½ x 22 in.

Contents:
Agreement (and counterpart) between Nehemiah Lamprey of Cropredy, co. Oxon. grocer, only surviving brother and heir of Thomas Lamprey late of Selsey Isle co. Bussex clerk deceased, and William Holbech of Farmborough co. Warwick esq. that the said Nehemiah would at the next court to be holden be admitted tenant of certain lands in Brookhampton in the manor of Little Kington, Combrook and Brookhampton, formerly of John Dalby, Dalby Thomas and Dorothy his wife, and John Thomas, and purchased of them by Ambrose Holbech gent. late grandfather of the said William, which lands however remained the proper estate and inheritance of the said William Holbech and his heirs, and Nehemiah Lamprey would be admitted only as nominal tenant, as his brother Thomas had been before him, Thomas had been admitted by Henry Parsons clerk his attorney at the court held 29 May 1728, and had declared that this was done at the nomination of William Holbech by indenture of 15 November in the same year.
Signed: Nehemiah Lamprey and (counterpart) Will. Holbech, with applied seals.
Witnesses: Robt. Sparrow, Joseph Osborn
Part of base of counterpart cut away.

BROOKHAMPTON AND LITTLE KINGTON  DR 98/1754  18 November 1743

Parchment, 14 x 5 in.

Contents:
Manor of Little Kington, Combrook and Brookhampton. Court baron of Charlotte Bentley, Katharine Bentley and Grace Anna Bentley spinsters ladies of the manor held before Thomas Mander gent. steward.
Copy of court roll recording the death of Thomas Lamprey of Selsey co. Sussex clerk, tenant of a messuage and 7½ yardlands, in Brookhampton and Little Kington, and admittance of Nehemiah Lamprey of Cropredy, co. Oxon. grocer his only brother and heir to the same.
Examined and signed by the steward.
Filed with the two following documents.

BROOKHAMPTON AND LITTLE KINGTON  DR 98/1755  1 March 1744

Paper, 7½ x 8¾ in.

Contents:
Manor of Little Kington, Combrook and Brookhampton. Court baron of Charlotte, Katharine and Grace Anna Bentley spinsters ladies of the manor held before Thomas Mander gent. steward.
Copy of court roll recording the death of Nehemiah Lamprey tenant of a messuage and lands in Brookhampton and Little Kington reputed to be seven and a half yardlands then in the possession of William Holbech esq., and admittance of John Lamprey his eldest son and heir to the same.
Examined and signed by the steward.
English. Parchment, 14 x 10 in.
Endorsed: Mr. Lamprey to his son John.
8a. With receipt dated 1 March 1744 for a heriot of £ 15. 15. 0 and a relief of £2. 1. 3 received of William Holbech esq.
Signed: Charlotte Bentley, Katharine Bentley.
In file with no. 7 above.

COMBROOK  DR 98/1756  15 March 1773

Parchent, 24 x 20½ in

Contents:
Manor of Little Kington, Combrook and Brookhampton. Private or special court baron of Bentley Gordon gent. Lord of the manor held before Thomas Greenway gent. steward. Copy of court roll recording the surrender on February 9th. 1773 by Jarvis Harris and Mary his wife of a messuage and 4½ yardlands in Combrook formerly Elizabeth Wigson, which she (the last named) had surrendered to the then ladies of the manor on 25 May 1744, and admittance of Robert Harley of LincolnsInn co. Middx. esq. and Henry Strachey of St. Georges, Hanover Square, same co. esq. to the same by their attorney Robert Green of Compton Verney gent., whose letter of attorney dated 22 February 1773 was signed and sealed by Robert Harley in the presence of Robert Martin and Richard Sockeld Worster, and by Henry Strachey in the presence of Forth Winter and Charles Forth Winter.
Examined and signed by Tho. Greenway steward.

LIGHTHORNE  DR 98/1757  1 May 1640

Parchment, 26½ x 20½ in. Holed through at one point

Contents:
Lease from Sir Thomas Pope of Wroxton, co. Oxon. kt. to William Townesend of Lighthorne co. Warwick yeoman and Susan his wife and Thomas Townesend of Warwick innholder for £75 of a messuage and 1 3/8 yardland and 2 closes of greensward in Lighthorne then in the occupation of the said William Townesend, except the timber trees of oak, ash and elm and the tops thereof, and the bodies of thorn, willow, sally, maple and crab trees, but including lopp and shred of the same, to hold 3 lives at a yearly rent of 28s. 10½d. and two fat capons, subject to heriot and suit of court of the manor of Lighthorne, and the carting of one load per annum of Bedworth or Wedgebury cole containing three quarters of a buttrice from the pit to the mansion house at Wroxton, Sir Thomas paying the pithead cost plus 2s. 6d. per load, and the grinding of corn and grain for the tenants' own use at Lighthorne mill.
Dated 1 May 16 Charles.
Signed: Tho. Pope
Seal on tag broken.
Witnesses: Rob: French, Henry Comperz, William Williams

COMPTON VERNEY  DR 98/1758  24 January 1647/8

Parchment, 2 inn. 26 x 23½ in. and 26 x 9½ in.

Contents:
Surrender from Richard Verney, Elizabeth Verney and George Verney, younger sons and daughter of Sir Grevill Verney late of Compton Verney co. Warwick kt. deceased and William Bradshawe gent. theretofore servant of the said Sir Grevill to Grevill Verney esq. son and heir of the said Sir Grevill of the manor of Compton and rectory of Compton and sundry other properties which had been demised by Sir Grevill to the said Richard, Elizabeth and George Verney and William Bradshawe by indenture dated 30 April 1638 conditionally to secure the payment by Grevill Verney esq. of all sums, portions and bequests made to his brothers and sisters under the will of Sir Grevill Verney dated 28 May 1639 (devises quoted), the trusts provided for in the said indenture and will having been duly performed.
Dated 24 January 23 Charles, 1647.
Signed by Richard, Elizabeth and George Verney and William Bradshawe.
Four seals on tags.
Witnesses: J. Glynne, Jeffrey Palmer, Math. Hale
Endorsed: Lythorne inter alia. The principall surrender.

LIGHTHORNE, ETTINGTON AND SNITTERFIELD  DR 98/1759  12 November 1714

Parchment, 28 x 26 in. Solicitors' endorsement.

Contents:
Demise from the Rt. Hon. George Lord Willoughby de Broke to Edward Porter of St. Clement Danes co. Middx. gent. of the manor of Lighthorne, the advowson of Lighthorne, Lambcott farm [in Ettington] formerly in the occupation of Edward Eden, and a farm in Snitterfield then or late in the occupation of Richard Maids and Edward Bromley, and all the lands mentioned in indentures dated 28 May 1709. which were then conveyed by the Rt. Hon. Richard Lord Willoughby de Broke since deceased, George now Lord Willoughby de Broke, his then son and heir apparent, and others to Sir George Beaumont bart. and Charles Longueville esq. in trust for raising the sum of £10,000 for Margaret the daughter of the said George now Lord Willoughby de Broke, the present demise being for 99 years at a peppercorn rent in trust to raise and pay the interest money due on such principal (not exceeding £10,000) as should be borrowed by mortgage of the said properties.
Signed: Willoughby de Broke, E. Porter.
Two affixed seals.
Witnesses: Cha. Longueville, Jo: Heath, John Clarke.

LIGHTHORNE  DR 98/1760  1720

Contents:
Draft printed Act to inclose the common-field of Lighthorne, and a common called Lighthorne Musters, in the county of Warwick, revised in Manuscript, with additions. Lighthorne Musters is corrected to read Lighthorne Heath and 2 meadows called Lighthorne Common Meadows. The names of the commissioners are inserted as follows:
William Peyto of Chesterton, John Newsham of Chadshuntt and Charles Bentley of Little Kington esquires, Humphrey Whyle of Wellesbourne, and a John Rogers of Fenny Compton clerks, William Goodwin of Arlescote, Thomas Webbs of Sherborne and Thomas Townsend of Alveston gentlemen, Thomas Hunt of Moreton Morrell and William Clark of Walton yeomen, all of the county of Warwick John Brown of Footherley in Shenstone co. Staffs. gent. and Thomas Taylor of Armscote in Tredington co. Worcs. gent. or any five of them. The prospective date of allotment is inserted as 23 October 1721.
2 ff. fo.

Lighthorne  DR 98/1760a  1720

Contents:
Draft printed Act as above, as issued.
2 ff. fo.

LIGHTHORNE  DR 98/1761  1721

Paper, 20 ff. of which 8 ff. blank, 8 x 6¼ in.

Contents:
Inclosure commissioners' minute book, 13 April - 2 November 1721. The cover is endorsed as follows: 1721. A book of entrys of ye several meetings and busyness done by the Commissioners apointed by a late Act of Parliament for ye enclosing of Lythorn Field etc.

Lighthorne  DR 98/1761a  1721

Parchment, 2 m. 10 x 5¼ and 5¼ x 8¼ in. Paper, 2 pieces, 3½ x 8¼ and 7½ x 3 in., irregularly shaped.

Contents:
Commissioners' manuscript notes.

LIGHTHORNE  DR 98/1762  [1721]

Paper, 2 ff. 11½ x 6¾ in.

Contents:
Note [in connection with the Inclosure of 1721] showing the content of Lighthorne Heath as 106 acres, and of other common ground as 34 acres, making the total of common ground 140 acres approximately. The note names and gives the area of the Lords pieces in Lighthorne common fields, the Glebe pieces and Mr Webbs pieces, these having a total approximate area of 38 acres, 55 acres and 5 acres respectively.

LIGHTHORNE  DR 98/1763  [1721]

Paper, 5 sh. 12½ x 15½ in.

Contents:
Draft award of John Newsham of Chadshunt and Charles Bentley of Little Kington esquires, Humphrey Whyle of Wellesbourne and John Rogers of Fenny Compton clerks and [blank] gentlemen, commissioners appointed by an Act of Parliament made in the year 172[ ] entitled an Act to enclose the common field of Lighthorne and a common called Lighthorne Heath in the co. of Warwick. The draft is undated but appears to have been written in 1721.
Endorsed: Draught of ye Commissioners orders relateing to ye inclosure of Lythorne pursuant to ye Act of Parliament and to be registered at Warwick Quarter sessions.

LIGHTHORNE  DR 98/1764  1721

Parchment, 7½ x 31 in. Slightly damaged by worm.

Contents:
The survey of the new inclosed part of Lighthorne lordship, being the lands of the Rt. Hon. George Lord Willoughby de Broke, which survey was taken anno 1721 ...
The survey contains the names and areas of lands in the tenure of Mr. Tho. Mason, Wm Palmer, John Rees, Andrew Blick, Moses Tasker, Widow Townsend, Joseph Rencher, - Hunt and - Herbert.
Endorsed with an addition of the several areas, making a total of 984 acres approximately.

LIGHTHORNE  DR 98/1765  2 February 1726/7

Paper, 6 x 6¼ in.

Contents:
Receipt from Richard Lydiatt rector of Lighthorne to the Rt. Hon. the Lord Willoughby de Broke for £49 in full for one year's tithe of the new inclosed farms at Lighthorne, due at Michaelmas last past.
Signed: Richd Lydiatt.
Dated February 2nd 1726-7.

LIGHTHORNE  DR 98/1766-1767  10-11 March 1661-2

Parchment, 2 m. 33½ x 26½ ins. and 33 x 13 ins.

Contents:
Lease and release, the release a conveyance from Sir Thomas Pope of Wroxton co. Oxon. kt. and bart. and earl of Downe in the kingdom of Ireland to Sir Thomas Wenman kt. Viscount Wenman of Tuam in the said kingdom of Ireland, Philip Wenman of Thame park co. Oxon. esq. and Sir Francis Wenman of Caswell same co. kt. for £8,669 of the manor of Lighthorne, the capital messuage or mansion house and lands enjoyed therewith then or late in the occupation of the said Earl of Downe, and messuages and lands in the occupation of William Smith, William Harbert, John Manton, Thomas Reinolds, John Mason, Thomas Warwicke, Simon Dalton, Elizabeth Randall widow, John Taylor, William Townesend, Dorothy Hyorne widow, amd cottages and lands in the occupation of John Lea, William Butcher, Timothy Suffolke, Isabel Heminges widow, Thomas Crowder, Thomas Robinson and Thomas Barlowe, Alice Miller widow, Richard Kinge, William Halford and - Ayres, all in Lighthorne, reserving and excepting from this conveyance the messuage and lands formerly in the occupation of Thomas Greene deceased and then of Elizabeth Greene widow, and the messuage and lands in the occupation of William Jeacocke and Leonard Jeacocke, with warranty against and possible claims of William late earl of Downe deceased the grantor's father, John Pope esq. his grandfather or the Countess Beata his wife, or Sir Thomas Pope kt. deceased brother of the said John, and an undertaking by the grantor to convey the advowson of the parish church on request, and appointment of Ambrose Holbech the elder of Mollington gent. and his son Ambrose Holbech the younger as attornies to give seisin.
Signed: Down
Seals gone from both documents.
Witnesses: Vin: Barry, Ri: Catesby,
Will: Bradshaw, Sym: Eaton, George Becke, Ambrose Holbech, Am: Holbech jun., Will' Southall
With the following documents nos. 22 and 24 attached in file. Endorsed (1) Memorandum that £100 should be paid for the purchase of the advowson, but that this sum had been abated from the general purchase money. Signed: Down. Same witnesses.
(2) Memorandum of livery of seisin, 2 April 1662. Witnesses:
Sym: Eaton, Leonard Jacockers, Will: Bradshaw, Willm. Bradshaw jun., John Bradshaw, Thomas Greene, Thomas Robinson by his mark, William Halford by his mark, Ambrose Holbech sen.

LIGHTHORNE  DR 98/1768  11 March 1661/2

Parchment, 2 m. 33½ x 24½ in. and [33] x 13½

Contents:
Counterpart of release, no. 20.
Signed: Tho. Wenman, Fra. Wenman
Seals gone.
Witnesses: as before with the addition of John Tompson.
Endorsed with memorandum 1. only
A strip of parchment has been cut from the left hand side of both membranes.

LIGHTHORNE  DR 98/1769  11 March 1661

Parchment, 17 x 9½ in.

Contents:
Power of attorney from Thomas Viscount Wenman of Tuam in the Kingdom of Ireland, Philip Wenman of Thame park co. Oxon. esq. and Sir Francis Wenman of Caswell same co. kt. to William Bradshawe the elder of Kingston co. Warwick gent. and his son William Bradshawe jun. to enter and take possession of the manor of Lighthorne and all messuages and lands mentioned in no. 20.
Signed: Tho. Wenman, Phi. Wenman, Fra. Wenman
Seals on tags - second broken, first and third gone.
Witnesses: Vin: Barry, George Chamberlayne, Ri: Catesby, George Becke, John Tompson, Will' Southall, Paul Gregory, William David, Thomas Smith, Thomas Loveday.
Filed with nos. 19-20 and 24.

LIGHTHORNE  DR 98/1770  14 March 1661/2

Parchment, 24 x 18 in.

Contents:
Bargain and sale (by way of further assurance) from Sir Thomas Pope of Wroxton co. Oxon. kt. and bart. and earl of Downe in the kingdom of Ireland to Sir Thomas Wenman kt. Viscount Wenman of Tuam in the said kingdom of Ireland, Philip Wenman of Thame park co. Oxon. esq. and Sir Francis Wenman of Caswell same co. kt. for £8,669 of the manor of Lighthorne, the capital messuage or mansion house and messuages, cottages and lands in Lighthorne in the occupation of the various tenants mentioned in no. 20.
Signed: Down.
Seal on tag, no impression.
Witnesses: Vin: Barry, Ri: Catesby,
Will: Bradshaw, Sym: Eaton, George Becke, John Tompson, Ambrose Holbech, Ambrose Holbech jun., Will' Southall.
Certified at foot as having been acknowledged by Thomas earl of Downe on 14 April 1662 before Mathew Holbeche, master extraordinary in Chancery.
Endorsed with memorandum of enrolment, 16 April 1662.

LIGHTHORNE  DR 98/1771  3 April 1662

Parchment, 21 x 14 in.

Contents:
Declaration by Philip Wenman of Thame park co. Oxon. esq. and Sir Francis Wenman of Caswell same co. kt. that in indentures of lease and release dated 10-11 March 1661/2 (nos. 19-20 above), their names were used only in trust for the said Thomas Viscount Wenman, and that they were bound to convey the manor of Lighthorne and all messuages and lands mentioned in those indentures to such person or persons as the said Thomas Viscount Wenman should appoint, and failing such appointment, after the death of the said Thomas to his grandchild Sir Grevill Verney K.B. within 6 months of his attaining the age of 21, in lieu of the sum of £8,669 which would then be due to him from the said Thomas Viscount Wenman. If however Sir Grevill Verney should refuse to accept the property, the trustees were to sell it and place the sum so raised towards the debt then due.
In the event of Sir Grevill's dying in the life-time of Thomas Viscount Wenman while still under age, the trustees were, after Thomas's death, to convey the property to Thomas Wenman son and heir of the said Sir Francis Wenman, with remainder to Ferdinando Wenman, another son of Sir Francis, and thereafter to Richard Wenman a third son of Sir Francis.
Signed: Phi: Wenman, Fra: Wenman.
Two seals on tags. One has a piece chipped out.
Witnesses: Jo: Brooke, Denis Fromentin, Sym: Eaton, Will: Webb, Abra: Bergo.
Filed with nos. 19-20 and 22.

LIGHTHORNE  DR 98/1772-1773  Easter Term 1662

Parchment. 2m. 16½ x 5½ in. each
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Indentures of fine from Sir Thomas Pope kt. and bart. and earl of Downe in the kingdom of Ireland and Beata his wife to Sir Thomas Wenman kt. Viscount Wenman of Tuam in the kingdom of Ireland, Philip Wenman esq. and Sir Francis Wenman kt. of the manor of Lighthorne with its appurtenances, 11 messuages, 10 cottages, 2 dovecotes, 20 gardens, 20 orchards, 1000 acres of land, 100 acres of meadow, 300 acres of pasture, 4 acres of woodland, 200 acres of furze and heath and common of pasture for all animals in Lighthorne. Consideration £1,200.
Dated in the Quindene of Easter 14 Charles II.

LIGHTHORNE  DR 98/1773a  2-3 December 1667

Contents:
Lease and release, the release a conveyance from Philip Viscount Wenman of Tuam in the kingdom of Ireland and Sir Francis Wenman of Caswell co. Oxon. kt. and bart. to Sir Grevill Verney K.B., Richard Verney of Alexton co. Leics. esq. and William Bradshawe of Kingstone co. Warwick gent. for £8,669. 5s. and in pursuance of a certain order in Chancery dated 27 November 1667 (the two last named acting only as trustees), of the manor of Lighthorne, the capital messuage or mansion house and lands enjoyed therewith then in the several tenures of John Bradshawe and Leonard Jeacocke, and messuages, cottages and lands in Lighthorne in the occupation of the various tenants mentioned in no. 20, substituting Widow Harbert for William Harbert and Joan Reynolds widow for Thomas Reynolds, Isabel Philpott widow for Simon Dalton and Widow Taylor for John Taylor.

LIGHTHORNE  DR 98/1774  5 December 1667

Parchment, 2 m. 31½ x 24 in. and 28½ x 10½. Lease 27 x 17½ in.

Contents:
Bargain and sale (by way of further assurance) from Philip Viscount Wenman of Tuam in the kingdom of Ireland and Sir Francis Wenman of Caswell co. Oxon. kt. and bart. to Sir Grevill Verney of Compton Verney K.B., Richard Verney of Alexstone co. Leics. esq. and William Bradshawe of Kingstone co. Warwick gent. (the two last named being persons nominated in trust for Sir Grevill Verney) for £8669. 5s. of the manor of Lighthorne, the capital messuage or mansion house and lands enjoyed therewith then in the several tenures of John Bradshawe and Leonard Jeacocke, and messuages, cottages and lands in Lighthorne in the occupation of the various tenants mentioned in nos. 27-28.
Signed: Phi: Wenman, F: Wenman
Seals on tags, one gone, one broken.
Witnesses: Archibalde Erskin, John Radford, Nath: Purefoy, Am: Holbech, Chr. Canner
Edw: Drope, Tho. Smith.
English. Parchment, 27 x 21 in.
Endorsed with memorandum of enrolment, 4 February 1667/8
With appointment of Leonard Jeacocke and John Bradshawe both of Lighthorne gents. as attornies to deliver seisin.
Signed: Phi: Wenman, F: Wenman.
Each document has 2 seals on tags.
Witnesses: Archibalde Erskin, John Radford, Am: Holbech, Nath: Purefoy, Chr. Canner, Edw: Drope, Tho. Smith.
Endorsed with memorandum of livery of seisin.
Witnesses: John Harbart, Charles Barlow, Leonard Jaycocks, William Greene, George Weale, John Jaycocks, Wm. Bradshaw Jun., Am: Holbech, Leonard Jacocks, John Bradshaw Nath: Purefoy, Thomas Warwicke, William Hiorne, William Townsende, John Mainton by his mark, William Smith by his mark. John Mason, John Taylor, John Lea, Thomas Crowder by his mark, Tymothe Suffolke, Will: Mearcs. Solicitors' endorsement.

BRASTED CO. KENT  DR 98/1775-1776  Hilary Term, 1729/30

Parchment, 2 m. each 20 x 5½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Fine (two indentures) from John Verney esq. and Robert Harley esq. to Francis Loggin gent. of 2 messuages, 3 gardens, 100 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 20 acres of pasture, 120 acres of wood and 50 acres of furze and heath in Bracested [Brasted co. Kent]. Consideration £160.
Dated in the quindene of St. Hilary 3 George II.

GREAT KINGTON, LITTLE KINGTON, COMBROOK AND BROOKHAMPTON  DR 98/1777  Easter term, 1785

Parchment. 31 x 28 in.

Contents:
Exemplification of a recovery suffered in Easter term 25 George III between Francis Murcott gent. demandant, Stafford Squire Baxter gent. tenant and Bentley Gordon Bentley esq. and Joanna his wife vouchees of the manor of Little Kington, Combrooke, and Brookhampton, and 7 messuages, 3 tofts, 3 dovehouses, 10 gardens, 900 acres of land, 100 acres of meadow, 300 acres of pasture, 10 acres of wood, 4 acres of furze and heath, 10 acres of land covered with water and common of pasture for all cattle, also the rectory of Great Kington and the advowson of Great Kington.
Exemplification dated 9 May 25 George III.
Seal of the court of Common Pleas in fragments in a tin container.

GREAT KINGTON  DR 98/1778  Michaelmas term, 1652

Parchment, 3 inn. 29 x 25 in., 29 x 25 in. and 29 x 5 in.

Contents:
Exemplification of preceedings in the Court of Exchequer at Westminster, from the record contained in the book of orders and decrees for Michaelmas term 1652, leaf [blank], remaining in the custody of the First (or Keepers') Remembrancer, between Charles Bentley esq. complainant and Henry Clarke and others defendants concerning the rectory and tithes of Great Kington.
Exemplification dated 28 November 1653.
Seal lacking.

LITTLE KINGTON, COMBROOK AND BROOKHAMPTON  DR 98/1779-1780  2-3 April 1773

Parchment. 38 x 28½ in. Lease, 27½ x 18 in.

Contents:
Lease and release, the release a conveyance from Thomas Woodward of Butlers Marston esq., Edward Gibbs of Stratford upon Avon esq., Isaac Twycross of Warwick mercer and Thomas Greenway of Warwick gent., trustees under the will of Charlotte Bentley late of Little Kington spinster deceased, the surviving sister and heir at law of Catherine Bentley and Gratiana Bentley both deceased, these three being sisters and coheirs of Edward Bentley esq. deceased, who was the only son and heir of Charles Bentley late of Kington esq. deceased, which said Charlotte devised her estate in the manor of Little Kington, Combrook and Brookhampton to her kinsman Bentley Gordon, fourth son of Alexander Gordon of the city of London merchant and Penelope his late wife, daughter of Charles Bentley late of Naish co. Worcs. esq. deceased, and then an infant of 15 years or thereabouts, to the Rt. Hon. John Peyto Lord Willoughby de Broke for £56. 10. 0. of two allotments of ground in Old Warren quarter allotted to the said trustees by the commissioners under a late act of Parliament for inclosing the common fields within the manor of Little Kington, Combrook and Brookhampton, the Act being dated 1772 and the Award 18 March 1773, the one allotment being in lieu of tithes and the other in lieu of Bentley Gordon's interest as lord of the manor.
Signed by the grantors.
Four applied seals.
Witnesses: P. Rhodes servant to Mr. Woodward, Wm. Owen, Richd. Dyott jun.
Endorsed with a receipt for the consideration money, signed Tho. Greenway.
Witnesses: Richd. Dyott jun., Wm. Owen

GREAT KINGTON  DR 98/1781  2 May 1[65]5

Parchment. c.12 x 8½ in.

Contents:
Manor of Great Kington. View of frankpledge with court baron of Lady Katherine Brooke widow, guardian of Francis Lord Brooke, Baron Brooke of of Beauchamps Court, held 2 May one thousand... five before Francis Eede gent. steward. Copy of court roll recording surrender by Richard Burbage and Elizabeth his wife, and admittance of John Basse and Mary his wife, to copyhold lands in Great Kington. Field and minor names mentioned include Morehouse close, a close called Paradise and Pythorne hedge.
Examined and signed by the steward.
Imperfect, lacking a strip down the middle.

GREAT KINGTON  DR 98/1782  17 cent

Parchment, 6 decreasing to 5½ x 9 in.

Contents:
'A true terier of a quarter land that Tho. Durran bought of Willm. Penn lyeing in Great Kington fields.' Mentions the following quarters: Deadlow, Windmill, Long Ends, Thornton end and Upper side; and among other minor names, Watery lane end, New Close plain, Warwick way, Nole Hades, Moor gutter, the Moor, Lower Pittern hedge, Tye Grass hedge, Herds lesow furlong, Little lesow, Chadshunt hedge, and the Lord Brook's Long Acres hedge. Adjoining strip holders include - Cole, Mr. Bentley, Tho. Chandler, Mr. Dalby, - Wilkins, Farmer Adkins, - Harding, Mr Bass and Mr Savidge.
Endorsed No. 2.

WITNEY. CO. OXON.  DR 98/1783  29 April 1677

Parchment, 14 x 11 in.

Contents:
Manor of Witney cum membris, co. Oxon. View of frankpledge with court baron of the Rt. Hon. Henry earl of Clarendon, farmer of the reverend father in Christ, George bishop of Winchester, held 27 April 29 Charles II, 1677, before Sir Littleton Osbaldeston bart. steward. Copy of court roll recording the surrender out of court on 27 December 1676 by Richard Dalby of London gent. and Anne his wife to the use of trustees for and during the life of the said Anne, of a capital messuage and 2 tenements lying between the lands of Thomas Croftes and William Foster in Le West and in the tithing of Hayley, an acre of land in Long Breach, 5 messuages situated between a barn late Thomas Croftes and a messuage late Michael Bishopp, and a close called Peartree close, 4 closes in Merryfields and a parcel of land called Pirtons, all in the tithing of Hayley
The trustees were John Basse of Kington co. Warwick gent., Nicholas Warner of Tiso co. Warwick gent., David Hughes of Burford co. Oxon. mercer, Winchester Draper of Bewerne Grange co. Oxon. gent., Richard Draper of London merchant and Thomas Baylies of London wollen draper.
Examined and signed by the steward.
Endorsed: John Bass five coppies now sold, (and in another hand) No 12.

GREAT KINGTON  DR 98/1784  15 October 1690

Parchment, 15 x 6½ in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Manor of Great Kington. View of frankpledge with court baron of Fulke Lord Brooke, Baron Brooke of Beauchamps Court, held 15 October 2 William and Mary before Samuel Greene deputy steward. Copy of court roll recording surrender by John Basse sen. of Kington gent. and Mary his wife by the hands of Thomas Wharoms and John Worrall of 4¼ yardlands and a close called Le Mores close in Kington to the use of their son John Basse jun., and admittance of John Basse jun. to the same.
Signed by the deputy steward.
Endorsed: 1690. No 3

GREAT KINGTON  DR 98/1785  10 November 1690

Parchment, 22½ x 12½ in.

Contents:
Settlement on the intended marriage of John Basse jun. of Keinton gent. and Elizabeth daughter of Valentine Lane of Dodford, Northant gent being a lease for 20 years at a peppercorn rent from the said John Basse jun. in consideration of a marriage portion of £500 to the said Valentine Lane and John Lane of Dodford, Northants., gent. of a copyhold messuage and 2 yardlands in Keinton, being part of 4¼ yardlands then used with the said messuage, in trust for the said John and Elizabeth and their heirs. The other 2¼ yardlands and a close called Moores close were excepted, as they were intended to be conveyed for a term of years as security for the payment of £20 per annum to John Basse sen. and Mary his wife.
Signed by the parties.
Three seals applied on tags.
Witnesses: Ja: Steward, Walter Lane, Mary Townesend by her mark.
Endorsed: 1690. No 4

GREAT KINGTON  DR 98/1786  2 December 1690

Parchment, 32 x 12½ in.

Contents:
Counterpart lease for 20 years at a peppercorn rent from John Bass jun. of Great Kington gent. to John Bass sen. of the same gent. and Mary his wife of 2¼ yardlands and a close called Moores close in Great Kington, to secure payment by the former to the latter of a sum of £20 per annum for the rest of their lives.
Signed: John Bass sen., Mary Bass by their marks.
Two seals applied on tags.
Witnesses: Winchister Bass, Joh: Neale.
Endorsed: 1690. No ° 5

GREAT KINGTON  DR 98/1787  22 October 1694

Parchment, 13½ x 8 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Manor of Great Kington. View of frankpledge with court baron of Fulke Lord Brooke, Baron Brooke of Beauchamps Court, held 22 October 6 William and Mary before Francis Chernocke gent. steward. Copy of court roll recording the presentment by the homage by Richard Adkins and Richard Hathaway of the surrender out of court on 17 September 1694 by William Bull of Clattercoth [Clattercote] co. Oxon. of a messuage within the manor then in the ocoupation of Richard Shropshire, to the use of William Rickatts and his heirs, and admittance of William Rickatts to the same.
Examined and signed by the steward.
Endorsed: 1694. No ° 6.

GREAT KINGTON  DR 98/1788  21 October 1698

Parchment, 13½ x 6½ increasing to 7 in.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Manor of Great Kington. View of frankpledge with court baron of Fulke Lord Brooke, Baron Brooke of Beauchamps Court, held 21 October 10 William III before Francis Chernocke gent. steward. Copy of court roll recording the presentment of the surrender out of court on 21 October 1698 by Robert Mitchell jun. by the hands of Thomas Eaborne and Samuel Bacon of a close of land in Great Kington commonly called Dodds Greene close, then in the occupation of the said Samuel Bacon, to the use of Robert Mitchell jun. and Mary his wife, and admittance of the two last named to the same.
Examined and signed by the steward.
Endorsed: Robert Mitchell jun. to his wife. 1698. No ° 7

LONG STANTON. CAMBS.  DR 98/1789  12 March 1477/8

Parchment, 15 x 6 in.

Contents:
Counterpart lease from Sir Robert Willughby kt. of Broke in Wiltshire to John Hawkyns sen. and John his son of Longe Staunton co. Cambs. husbandmen of lands and tenements called Fraunch lady is landes in Staunton, reserving to the lessor and his heirs all manner of wards and marriages, from Easter then next following for 15 years at a rent of £5. 6s. 8d. per annum, payable at Alhalowen. The lessees also bound themselves to find sufficient security before Midsummer in the last year for payment of the last year's rent, otherwise to be liable to distraint.
Dated: 12 March 17 Edward IV
Two tags, seals gone.
Endorsed:
1. (in a contemporary hand) The ferme off Staunton called Frenche ladys lande.
2. (16th century) A lease from the lorde Brooke to John Hawkyns of the Frenche ladys landes. 18 E 4.
3. (17th century) The counterparte of a lease from Sr. Rob. Willughby to John Hawkins and John his sonne, of ye French Ladies lands, for 15 years.
Payeinge vli. vjs. viijd. per annum.

LONG STANTON. CAMBS.  DR 98/1790-1791  21 July 1586

Parchment, 24 x 15½ in.

Contents:
Assignment (and counterpart) from William Webbe of London gent. to Thomas Selbye citizen and woodmonger of London of a mortgage of property [in Long Stanton, co. Cambs.] which Thomas Burgoyne of Longestanton co. Cambs. gent. had bargained and sold to William Becher of London haberdasher by indenture dated 20 April 1581, and which the said Thomas Burgoyne and William Becher by their indenture dated 20 December 1585 had assigned to the said William Webbe and one John Burgoyne gent. and William Towse of the Inner Temple, London, gent. Consideration £106.
Signed: per me Will'm Webbe
Considerable fragment of seal on tag, a fleur de lys.
Witness: Studley? scr[iptor]
Holed through on one fold.
Endorsed: Mr. Webbes Assignement. Voyd.
1791 Counterpart of no. 1790
Signed: by me Thomas Selbye.
Seal on tag, a pelican.
Same witness. Same size.

LONG STANTON. CAMBS.  DR 98/1792  28 November 1586

Parchment, 28½ x 15 in.

Contents:
Assignment from William Webb of London gent. and Thomas Selbye citizen and woodmonger of London to Edmund Hills citizen and woodmonger of London of the mortgage described in no. 45 of property [in Long Stanton co. Cambs.], reciting no. 45 and the indentures therein recited. Consideration, a certain sum of money, amount unspecified.
Signed: per me Will'm Webbe, b me Thomas Selbye.
Seals on tags, one torn away, the other having lower edge broken.
Witnesses: Edward Henson scr[iptor] litere curialis and Richard Michell, apprentice of the said scr[iptor]
Endorsed: Webbes and Selbyes assignment to Hilles.

LONG STANTON. CAMBS.  DR 98/1793  30 September 1595

Parchment, 26½ x 11 in

Contents:
Lease from Sir Fowlke Grevyle of Beauchampscourte co. Warwick kt. to Godfrey Morlen of Longstawnton co. Cambs. yeoman in consideration of a fine of £24 of a messuage wherein he then dwelt and lands in Longstaunton St. Michaels for 21 years at a rent of £4 per annum, payable to the said Sir Fowlke Grevyle and his heirs, or for want of such heirs to the heirs of Dame Elizabeth Grevyle mother of the said Sir Fowlke, or to the heirs of Sir Robert Willowgby kt. late Lord Brooke and Lady Dorothie his wife, or to the right heirs of the said Lord Brooke. Certain conditions were laid down respecting husbandry, and in addition the tenant undertook during the said term to be ready by himself or some able person for him to serve the said Sir Fowlke or his heirs in the wars whensoever he or they should be called to serve the Queen's majesty, and to pay all subsidies, tenths, fifteens, taxes, duties, charges and payments due on the said premises; and he undertook not to assign or set over the premises or any part of them to Henry Holforde esq. or any other inhabitant of Longstaunton without special licence in writing.
Dated. 30 September 37 Elizabeth.
Signed: Fowlke Grevyle. Only the letters ....vyle remain.
Seal and tag gone.
Witnesses: Will'm Carew, Charles Baskervile Edward Worthington.
Holed at one corner.
Endorsed:c. 1615: Godfrey Morlen his dwellinge ho[use]
30 7br. Eli[zabeth]
To be renewed at the yerely rent of 26-13-4
(In another hand)
Godfrey Morlens lease of lands in Longstaunton for xxjtie yeares
Fyne xxiiijli';
Rent iiijli'; per annum.

LONG STANTON, CAMBS.  DR 98/1794  30 September 1596

Parchment, 19 x 11½ in.

Contents:
Lease from Sir Fowlke Grevyle of Beauchampscourte co. Warwick kt. to Godfrey Morlen of Michaellstaunton co. Cambs. yeoman for divers consideration (unspecified) of a messuage with backside and two closes of land containing approximately 5 acres in the parish of Michaellstaunton, late in the tenure of Thomas Wrighte and then of the said Godfrey Morlen, for 21 years at a yearly rent of £32. 11s.4d., payable as in no. 48, with similar conditions but omitting the clause regarding military service. The tenant undertook as before not to assign or set over the premises or any part of them to Henry Holforde esq. or any other inhabitant of Longstaunton or Michaelstaunton without special licence in writing.
Dated 30 September 38 Elizabeth.
Signed: [Fowlke] Grevyle.
Seal and tag gone.
Witnesses: Will'm Carew, John Norton.
Tear in left hand margin.
Endorsed c. 1615: Godfreye Morlin his lease
Dat' 30 7bris
To be renewed at yearly rent of 50.00 (Elsewhere)
Mich. Elizabeth the concurant year of the King
(In another hand)
Godfrey Morlens lease of land in Michaellstaunton. for 21 yeares Payeinge xxxijli'; xjs. iiijd per annum

LONG STANTON, CAMBS.  DR 98/1795  30 September 1596

Parchment, 20½ x 9½ in.

Contents:
Lease from Sir Fowlke Grevyle of Beauchamps-courte co. Warwick kt. to Robert Fromont of Longstaunton co. Cambs. hasbandman for divers considerations (unspecified) of lands, arable leys and roods of meadow in Longestaunton and Michaellstaunton then in his tenure, for 21 years at a yearly rent of £4, payable as in no. 48, with similar conditions as in no. 49, including the condition that property should not be assigned to Henry Holforde esq. without written permission.
Dated 30 September 38 Elizabeth.
Signed: [Fowlke Gre]vyle.
Seal and tag gone.
Witnesses: Will'm Carew, John Norton.
Slight defects in the skin due to staining.
Endorsed c. 1615:
To be renewed
(Elsewhere) rent of 9.0.0
The concurant yeere of the Kinge
(In another hand)
Robt. Fromonts lease. Expired.

LONG STANTON. CAMBS.  DR 98/1796  31 May 1599

Parchment, 14½ x 10 in.

Contents:
Counterpart lease from Sir Fowlke Grevile of Beauchampscourte co. Warwick knight to Alexander Kinge of London esq. of a piece of pasture ground in Longestaunton co. Cambs. called Leydoles, one side lying by Cleypitt piece and one end abutting on Stanwell way and the land of Lord Vaux in the occupation of Anthony Harrison, and five leys in a close between the leys belonging to the parsonage of St. Michaell on one side and the close belonging to John Morlens farm on the other, one end abutting on Cambridge way and the other on Littlemoore field, for 21 years at a rent of 25s. per annum. The lease included a condition that the tenant should not dispose of his interest in the premises to anyone without prior permission.
Dated 31 May 41 Elizabeth.
Signed: per Alexr King
Seal gone, tag remains.
Witnesses: John Norton, Edw: Hunt.
Endorsed in a contemporary hand: A counterpane of a lease to Auoditor Kinge. Longstanton.
(In another hand)
A lease to Alex: Kinge for 21 yeares.

LONG STANTON, CAMBS.  DR 98/1797  29 April 1721

Parchment, 30 x 25 in.

Contents:
Counterpart lease from Dame Elianor Verney of St. Anne's, Westminster, co. Middx. widow to Edward Haddow of Long Staunton co. Cambs. yeoman of a messuage and lands in St. Michael's Long Staunton, then in his tenure, for 21 years at a rent of £51.2s.8d. per annum.
Signed: Edward Haddow
Small seal of red wax affixed, on a wreath a bull's head couped.
Witnesses: Tho. Edwards, Joseph Smith.

Account books  DR 98/1798-1816  1725-1831

Account books  DR 98/1798  1725-1831

Imperfect, binding broken, lacking front cover.

Contents:
Account book of miscellaneous estate and garden accounts by Thomas Mason for Lord Willoughby de Broke, 1725-28.
Relates to the Compton estate.
51 ff. + 93 ff. blank (except notes of 4 ff.), tall narrow fo.

Account books  DR 98/1799  1725-1831

Inscribed on front cover 'Chesterton 1758'.

Contents:
Account by William Olorenshaw (by Robert Green executor of William Olorenshaw decd.) of the rents, profits and disbursements of an estate [Chesterton] in cos. Warwick and Northampton belonging to Robert Harley esq. surviving executor of the will of Mrs. Margaret Peyto decd. (belonging to Lord Willoughby de Broke), 1758-65.
Rents from Chesterton, Harbury, Sowe and Pillerton co. Warwick and from Sulby, Long Buckby and Drayton, Northants.
[In the same volume]
Account by Robert Green for the Chesterton estate as above, including also Shuckburgh, and the manors of Kingston and Lighthorne, and Compton Verney, including rents from Snitterfield, Lambcote and Combroke, 1780-81.
29 ff. + 51 ff. blank, folio.

Account books  DR 98/1800  1725-1831

Inscribed on front cover 'Compton' 1758'.

Contents:
Account by William Olorenshaw of the rents, profits and disbursements of an estate [Compton] in co. Warwick belonging to the Rt. Hon. John Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke, 1758-64 (by Robert Green exor of the late Mr. William Olorenshaw, 1764-65, by Robert Green of the Chesterton and Compton estates, 1765-70).
Rents as above (not Shuckburgh), adding Alne.
Disbursements include Long Buckby inclosure.
80 ff. + 6 ff. blank, folio.

Account books  DR 98/1801  1725-1831

Inscribed on front cover 'Compton 1772'.

Contents:
Account by Robert Green of the rents and profits of the manor of Chesterton and sundry estates in cos. Warwick and Northants., and of the manors of Kingston and Lighthorne, and Compton Verney, 1771-73.
Disbursements include:
Buildings and repairs - Ice house, Lower bridge, Upper bridge, Mr. Brown's work, Lighthorne church.
Rents as before but without Alne.
23 ff + 65 ff. blank, folio.

Account books  DR 98/1802  1725- 1831

Inscribed on front cover 'Compton 1773'.

Contents:
Account by Robert Green of the rents and profits of sundry estates in cos. Warwick and Northants., and of the manors of Kingstone and Lighthorne, and Compton Verney, 1773-80.
Rents as before.
Disbursements include:
Building a pigeon house, Mr. Brown's work, Combrook inclosure (1773), To building the chapel (1775-80), Harbury and Drayton inclosures (1780).
126 ff. + 6 ff. blank, folio.

Account books  DR 98/1803  1725-1831

Inscribed on front cover 'Compton 1782'.

Contents:
Account by Robert Green of the rents and profits of sundry estates in cos. Warwick and Northants., and of sundry estates in Kingston, Lighthorne and Compton Verney, 1781-87.
Rents as before with the addition of Shuckburgh.
92 ff., folio.

Account books  DR 98/1804  1725-1831

Inscribed on front cover 'Compton 1796'.

Contents:
Account by Robert Green of the rents and profits of sundry estates in cos. Warwick and Northants., with the manors of Kingston and Lighthorne, and Compton Verney, 1795-1806.
Rents as before.
154 ff. + 2 ff. blank, folio.

Account books  DR 98/1805  1725-1831

Inscribed on the front cover 'Compton 1812'.

Contents:
Account by Robert Green of the rents and profits of sundry estates in cos. Warwick and Northants, and of the manors of Kingston and Lighthorne, and Compton Verney, 1811-13 (by William Lattimer of the same, 1813-17).
96 ff. + 48 ff. blank, folio.

Account books  DR 98/1806  1725-1831

Contents:
Valuation of the estates of the Rt. Hon. Lord Willoughby de Broke situate in the parishes of Compton Verney, Lighthorne and Chesterton and within the lordships of Brookhampton, Combrook, Harbury and Pillerton in Warwickshire [by Henry Eyres Landor, Warwick, 1822].
With added notes, some in pencil, dated 1824-38.
3 ff. + 51[=50] numbered leaves + 9 blank, 4°
Lettered on spine 'Warwickshire'.

Account books  DR 98/1807  1725-1831

Contents:
Survey and valuation of the Burton Dassett estate of or about to be acquired by Lord Willoughby de Broke, the valuation by H.E. Landor, dated February and March 1828.
With the following loosely inserted:
1. Plan of three fields in the parish of Radway in the occupation of Mr. Henry Whateley;
2. Sketch of the parish of Burton Dassett, co. Warwick. Made in March 1826 (a full survey of this map is at ER 17/8/1)
3. Outline of Mr. Robert Bawcott's farm.
21 numbered leaves + 3 unnumbered of which 2 blank, 4°
With 2 ff. and 2 folded sheets of rice paper loosely inserted.

Account books  DR 98/1808  1725-1831

Inscribed on label on front cover 'Compton Farm 1842'.

Contents:
Inventory and valuation of live and dead [...] stock on Compton Farm [...] the property of Lord Willoughby de Broke, with stock and labour accounts by William Gowans, 1842.
Includes: Granary account, Horse, Sheep, Cattle, Pig and Hay stock, Milk delivered to dairy, Account of hides and tallow, and Labour account for miscellaneous and farm labour.
116 ff. paged (f.2v.)1- 226 (f.115r.), folio.

Account books  DR 98/1809  1725 - 1831

Inscribed on label on front cover '1843 Compton Farm'.

Contents:
Inventory and valuation of live and dead stock on Compton farm, the property of Lord Willoughby de Broke, and stock and labour accounts by William Gowans, 1843. 118 ff. paged (3v.-116v.) 1-227

Account books  DR 98/1810  1725 - 1831

Contents:
Warwickshire rent account of Lord Willoughby de Broke, 1870.
Places include: Chesterton Compton Verney
Kingston Combroke
Harbury Brookhampton
Lambcote Butlers Marston
Burton Dassett Pillerton
Radway Kineton
Lighthorne Tysoe
Wellesbourne
Leicestershire rent account, 1870: Kimcote only.
Pointington (Somerset) rent account, 1870.
Chief rents, 1870: manors of Great Kington, Little Kington and Combroke; Coton and Ravensthorpe (Northants.)
Receipts and payments by Matthew Malcolm, 1870-71.
Analysis of expenditure.
58 ff. paged (2v.) 1-30, foliated 31-54, paged 55-85 (56r.) incl. 2 flyleaves and 1 blank, folio.
Two pairs of leaves appear to have been stuck together.
Lettered on spine '1870'.

Account books  DR 98/1811  1725 - 1831

Contents:
An account of the Rt. Hon. Lord Willoughby's estate in Staffordshire for rents due at Lady Day and Michaelmas 1714 by John Browne, and of arrears of rent returned by Mr. Bennet the late receiver; account of rents received and of disbursement made by the same accountant, 1714-19.
Places include: Bramshall, Coppenhall, Dunston, Littywood, Robinson (Robaston, i.e. Rodbaston), Dilhorne and Fosbrooke.
At end of volume is a list of disbursements made by the accountant John Browne out of the Warwickshire rents, 1717-18.
46 ff. of which 33 ff. blank, folio.

Account books  DR 98/1812  1725 - 1816

Contents:
Henry Eyres Landor in account with the Rt. Hon. Lord Willoughby de Broke: receipts and disbursements for the latter's Staffordshire estates, 1823-1832.
Folio, 62 ff. of which only ff. 1-35 have been used.

Account books  DR 98/1813  1725 - 1816

Contents:
Henry Eyres Landor: receipts and disbursements on the estates of Rt. Hon Lord Willoughby de Broke in the counties of Warwick, Leicester and Northampton, 1823
Folio, 36ff.

Account books  DR 98/1814  1725 - 1816

Contents:
Henry Eyres Landor: receipts and disbursements on the estates of Rt. Hon Lord Willoughby de Broke in the counties of Warwick, Leicester and Northampton, 1826
Folio, 40 ff.

Account books  DR 98/1815  1725 - 1816

Contents:
Henry Eyres Landor: receipts and disbursements on the estates of Rt. Hon Lord Willoughby de Broke in the counties of Warwick, Leicester and Northampton, 1827, 1828
Folio, 84ff. ff. 63-84 blank

Account books  DR 98/1816  1725 - 1816

Contents:
Henry Eyres Landor: receipts and disbursements on the estates of Rt. Hon Lord Willoughby de Broke in the counties of Warwick, Leicester and Northampton, 1829, 1830, 1831
Folio, 120ff.

Maps and plans  DR 98/1817-1844a  1697-1904

WARWICKSHIRE  [no ref. or date]

CHESTERTON  DR 98/1817  1697

Framed

Contents:
Manor of Kingston... lands of... Hon. John Verney James Fish. 16 perches: 1"; 37½" x 32"; tenants, field names, areas, prospect of house.

LIGHTHORNE  DR 98/1818  1725

Contents:
Survey according to the New Inclosure; James Fish 32 perches: 1"; 24" x 21". Field names, areas.

COMPTON VERNEY  DR 98/1819  1738

Contents:
Survey of manor... land of Hon. John Verney by James Fish; 30 perches: 1"; 26" x 27"; fields names and areas; coat of arms. Prospect of house.

COMPTON VERNEY and Combrook (part of)  DR 98/1820  1736

Contents:
Part of manor of Compton showing house and grounds proposed to be made into a new park; by James Fish; 8 perches: 1"; 45" x 56½.

LIGHTHORNE  DR 98/1821  n.d. [mid 18th cent

Contents:
Estate of Lord Willoughby de Brook. c. 4½ ch: 1"; 20" x 26"; tenants, field names, areas.

CHESTERTON: Kingston, LIGHTHORNE  DR 98/1822  n.d. [mid 18th cent

Contents:
Estate containing Lighthorne and Kingston 8 ch: 1"; 34½" x 28"; tenants, field names, area.

CHESTERTON  DR 98/1823  n.d. [mid 18th cent

Contents:
Chesterton Lordship... property of Lord Willoughby de Broke; 6 ch: 1", 28½" x 35"; tenants, field names, areas, prospects of Manor House and Harwoods House.

KINETON: Combrook  DR 98/1824  1772

Contents:
Plan of new allotments and purchases made by Lord Willoughby de Brooke. James King, 6 ch: 1"; 17½" x 16¼"; 250 acres.

KINETON, BURTON DASSETT, OXHILL, TYSOE (parts of)  DR 98/1825  1778

Contents:
Estate of Bentley Gordon Bentley, Esq.; Joseph Perkes, Daventry; 6 ch: 1"; 24½ x 39"; field names; lacks reference book.

HARBURY  DR 98/1826  1780

Contents:
Estate of Lord Willoughby de Broke as inclosed 1780, Humphrey Jeston; 3 ch: 1"; two versions: 12" x 18"; 7½" x 12". Field names, areas, 20 acres.

PILLERTON HERSEY  DR 98/1827  n.d. [early 19th cent

Contents:
Farm, property of Lord Willoughby de Broke, occupied by Richard Hautin; c. 3 ch: 1"; field names, areas, land use; 41 acres.

KINETON; Combrook  DR 98/1828  n.d. [early 19th cent 1828

Contents:
Homestead and orchard in occupation of David Grimes. 1 ch: 1"; 13¼" x 16¼"; 1½ acres. [same style as roll]

CHESTERTON: Kingston  DR 98/1829  1811

Contents:
Part of Kingston estate... of Lord Willoughby de Broke; purchased of late Edward Darby; W. Eden. 6 ch: 1"; 20" x 17"; tenants, field names, acres; land use on separate reference sheet.

KINETON, BURTON DASSETT, OXHILL, TYSOE (parts of)  DR 98/1830  1811

Contents:
Estate; Henry Clark. 8 ch: 1"; 33½" x 39½". Field names, areas, land use. [same area as 1825]

KINETON: Combrook  DR 98/1831  1813

Contents:
Brookhampton... belonging to William Holbech by L. Davis. 3 ch: 1"; 24½" x 26"; field names, areas, land use, 272 acres.

COMPTON VERNEY, KINETON: Combrook, Brookhampton.  DR 98/1832  1818

Contents:
Estates of Lord Willoughby de Broke and Hon. Henry Verney; Paul Padley, London; 4 ch: 1"; 49¼" x 74". Lacks reference book.

KINETON: Combrook  DR 98/1833  1828

Contents:
Estate of Lord Willoughby de Brooke by E. Cherry; 2½ ch: 1"; 21" x 23½; field names, areas, land use; 83 acres.

KINETON: Combrook  DR 98/1834  1839

Contents:
Property of Lord Willoughby de Broke purchased by Mr. William Green. 3 ch: 1"; 24½" x 20"; field names, areas, land use; 146 acres.

KINETON: Combrook  DR 98/1835  1850

Contents:
Map of village: W. Kendall, Jun. ¾ ch: 1"; 24" x 36¼". Details of tenants and rents, on reference sheets 1850 and 1870.

KINETON: Combrook  DR 98/1836  n.d. [19th cent

Contents:
Sketch of land exchanged. 26" x 10½".

KINETON: Combrook  DR 98/1837  n.d. [19th cent

Contents:
Sketch of allotment gardens. 12" x 20".

LINCOLNSHIRE  [no ref. or date]

FRAMPTON  DR 98/1838  1662 or 1702

Damaged

Contents:
Estate of Hon. John Verney; Thomas [damaged] 32 perches: 1"; 23" x 29"; tenants, field names, areas; 425 acres; parcels in common fields and marsh.

STAFFORDSHIRE  [no ref. or date]

BRADLEY  DR 98/1839  n.d. [late 19th cent

Contents:
Manor of Littiwood belonging to Lord Willoughby de Broke 3 ch: 1"; 38" x 50"; field names, areas, complete system of field drains.

BRAMSHALL  DR 98/1840  1839

Contents:
Copy of tithe map; Wm. Kendall; 3 ch: 1"; 45" x 66"; outline with reference numbers.

PENKRIDGE  DR 98/1841  n.d. [19th cent

Contents:
Township of Rodbaston. 3 ch: 1"; 34½" x 49"; owners occupiers, field names, acres, land use.

PRINTED MAPS ETC.  [no ref. or date]

PRINTED MAPS ETC.  DR 98/1842  1697 - 1904

Contents:
O.S. 6" x 25" maps, 1886-1904 covering area of Warwickshire estates. In some cases actual estate marked by colour wash, including additional parts of Chadshunt and Burton Dassett.

PRINTED MAPS ETC.  DR 98/1843  1697 - 1904

Contents:
O.S. 6" (1903) map of part of Stoneleigh parish coloured by Warwick R.D.C. showing planning proposals.

PRINTED MAPS ETC.  DR 98/1844  1697 - 1904

Contents:
Tracings of plans of road works in same area.

PLAN BOOK  DR 98/1844a  1697 - 1904

Contents:
Book of plans and surveys of the estates of Lord Willoughby de Broke, divided into three sections, viz.
i) The manor of Littiwood in Bradley, co. Staffs. (estates in Hide Coppenahall and Dunstone in Penkridge, co. Staffs, and the manor and township of Rodbaston, co. Staffs.: H. Beighton, 1767
ii) Estates at Bramshall and Sramshall in Uttoxeter, co. Staffs: S. Wyatt, 1768
iii) Estates at Tytherington and Itchington, co. Glos.: Messrs. Hicks and Sloper, January 1769

Manorial records (various manors)  DR 98/1845-1869  1549 - 1935

Manorial records (various manors)  DR 98/1845-1856  1815-1935

Contents:
Court books for Kineton, Little Kineton, Brookhampton and Combrook

Manorial records (various manors)  DR 98/1845  12 March 1845 - 6 December 1912

Contents:
Court of Henry Peyto Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke (to 1852); of Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke (to 1861); of Georgiana Jane, dowager Lady Willoughby de Broke, guardian of Henry a minor (1864); of Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke (1868); admissions and surrenders out of court; Little Kineton, Combrook and Brookhampton

Manorial records (various manors)  DR 98/1846  20 Aug 1915 - 10 July 1924

Contents:
Court of Richard Greville Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, and John Henry Peyto Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, comprising admissions and surrenders out of court, etc; Little Kineton, Combrook and Brookhampton.

Manorial records (various manors)  DR 98/1847  30 Dec 1858 - 10 July 1924

Contents:
Minutes of proceedings in and out of court; Little Kineton, Combrook and Brookhampton.

Manorial records (various manors)  DR 98/1848  30 Oct 1818 - 23 Oct 1839

Contents:
Court of the Hon. Henry Verney (to 1820); of Henry Peyto Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke; Great Kineton.

Manorial records (various manors)  DR 98/1849  5 June 1840 - 9 May 1859

Contents:
Court of Henry Peyto Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke (to 1852); of Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke; Great Kineton.

Manorial records (various manors)  DR 98/1850  21 Oct 1859 - 30 March 1889

Contents:
Court of Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke (to 1861); of Georgiana Jane, dowager Lady Willoughby de Broke, guardian of Henry a minor (to 1864); of Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke (to 1887); admissions and surrenders out of court; Great Kineton.

Manorial records (various manors)  DR 98/1851  28 Sept 1889 - 2 Oct 1917

Contents:
Court of Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, and Richard Greville Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, comprising admissions and surrenders out of court, enfranchisement awards under the Copyhold Act, 1894, etc; Great Kineton.

Manorial records (various manors)  DR 98/1852  27 Feb 1918 - 8 June 1927

Contents:
Court of Richard Greville Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, and John Henry Peyto Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, comprising admission and surrenders out of court, enfranchisement awards, etc; Great Kineton.

Manorial records (various manors)  DR 98/1853  24 March 1887 - 13 Sept 1909

Contents:
Minutes of proceedings in and out of court; Great Kineton.

Manorial records (various manors)  DR 98/1854  1 Oct 1909 - 13 Jan 1925

Contents:
Minutes of proceedings out of court; Great Kineton

Manorial records (various manors)  DR 98/1855  1815 - 1935

Contents:
Copies and enrollments of wills, deeds and instruments affecting copyhold hereditaments within the manor; Great Kineton.

Manorial records (various manors)  DR 98/1856  15 Feb 1926 - 23 May 1938

Contents:
Notes on copyholds becoming freehold on 1st January, 1926, including copies of conveyances, mortgages, wills and compensation agreements; Great Kineton and Little Kineton.

Manorial records (various manors)  DR 98/1857  [n.d.]

Contents:
Volume containing precedents for the holding of manorial courts in the following manors:
Barston, with documents 1735-1769 recited;
Knowle (in Hampton-in-Arden), with customers of 1574 recited;
Temple Balsall, with documents of 1549, 1657 and 1687 recited;
Hampton-in-Arden, with customs of 1649 recited;
Rowington, with customs of c.1614 recited;
Brookhampton, Kington and Combrook (in Kineton), with customary of 1565 recited;
Kingswood (in Lapworth), with customary of c.1660 recited.

Court rolls for the manor of Farnborough, co. Somerset.  DR 98/1858-1869  [n.d.]

Court rolls for the manor of Farnborough, co. Somerset.  DR 98/1858  17 January 1549/50

Contents:
Copy of court roll of Sir Francis Dawtrey.

Court rolls for the manor of Farnborough, co. Somerset.  DR 98/1859  11 April 1554

Contents:
Court of Sir Francis Dawtrey.

Court rolls for the manor of Farnborough, co. Somerset.  DR 98/1860  29 October 1555

Contents:
Court of Sir Francis Dawtrey.

Court rolls for the manor of Farnborough, co. Somerset.  DR 98/1861  22 October 1556

Contents:
Court of Sir Francis Dawtrey.

Court rolls for the manor of Farnborough, co. Somerset.  DR 98/1862  8 October 1557

Contents:
Court of Sir Francis Dawtrey.

Court rolls for the manor of Farnborough, co. Somerset.  DR 98/1863  12 April 1558

Contents:
Court of Sir Francis Dawtrey.

Court rolls for the manor of Farnborough, co. Somerset.  DR 98/1864  30 September 1558

Contents:
Court of Sir Francis Dawtrey.

Court rolls for the manor of Farnborough, co. Somerset.  DR 98/1865  29 March 1559

Contents:
Court of Sir Francis Dawtrey.

Court rolls for the manor of Farnborough, co. Somerset.  DR 98/1866  15 September 1559

Contents:
Court of Sir Francis Dawtrey.

Court rolls for the manor of Farnborough, co. Somerset.  DR 98/1867  1 October 1560

Contents:
Court of Sir Francis Dawtrey.

Court rolls for the manor of Farnborough, co. Somerset.  DR 98/1868  11 April 1561

Contents:
Court of Sir Francis Dawtrey.

Court rolls for the manor of Farnborough, co. Somerset.  DR 98/1869  17 October 1561

Contents:
Court of Sir Francis Dawtrey.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1870-1920  1742-1921

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1870  1742-1921

Contents:
Probate copy of the will of Margaret Peyto of Chesterton, spinster, mentioning estates in Chesterton, Shuckburgh, Walsgrave-on-Sowe, Drayton, and Pillerton, and Sulby and Buckby in Northamptonshire, 15 September 1742; proved 20 June 1746.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1871  1742-1921

Contents:
Paper copy of the same.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1872  1742-1921

Contents:
Settlement between trustees that manors and lands in Kingston (Chesterton) and Lambcote (Ettington) which had been purchased by Edward Derby of Bodicote, gent., on behalf of John Peyto Lord Willoughby de Broke, with money raised by the sale of estates in East Lavant, West Lavant and Tangmere, co. Sussex, (bequeathed to him by will, dated 20 June 1749, by Mary Countess Dowager of Derby) should be held to the same uses as declared in the said will, 13 and 14 July 1772.
Enclosed: extracts from the said will, 20 June 1749.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1873  1742-1921

Contents:
Settlement of the tithes of Combrook (purchased from the trustees of the late Charlotte Bentley of Little Kington, spinster) and a copyhold estate in Little Kineton, Combrook and Brookhampton (purchased from Jarvis Harris and Mary his wife)
Acquired as in no. 1872, and to be held to the same uses, 20 March 1773.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1873a  1742-1921

Contents:
Extracts from the will of John Peyto Lord Willoughby de Broke 1 February 1794 (but see no. 1880).

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1874  1742-1921

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from John Peyto Verney Lord Willoughby de Broke to create a tenant to the precipe for suffering a recovery of estates devised by the will of Margaret Peyto, deceased, viz. the manors of Chesterton and Shuckborough, with lands in Chesterton, Shuckborough, Harbury, Walsgrave-on-Sowe, Pillerton and Drayton, and at Sulby and Buckby, co. Northants., 27 and 28 April 1798.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1875  1742-1921

Contents:
Paper copy of the same.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1876  1742-1921

Contents:
Similar lease and release from John Peyto Lord Willoughby de Broke of the premises in Kington and Ettington described in no. 1872 and land in Combrook allotted to the family at the Inclosure (12 Geo. III); (see no. 1873); 27 and 28 April 1798.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1877  1742-1921

Contents:
Recovery of the manors of Chesterton and Shuckburgh and premises in Chesterton, Shuckburgh, Kingston, Harbury, Walsgrave-on-Sowe, Pillerton, Drayton, Ettington and Combrook by a trustee for John Peyto Lord Willoughby de Broke, Easter Term 1798.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1878  1742-1921

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Edward Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer to a trustee on behalf of John Peyto Lord Willoughby de Broke and Henry Peyto Verney, his younger son, of his interest (as heir of Edward Harley of Eywood, co. Hereford, to whom part of the estate had been mortgaged in 1732, and as heir of Robert Harley, trustee of the will of Margaret Peyto) in the estates described in nos. 1874 and 1876; 21 and 22 May 1798.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1879  1742-1921

Contents:
Grant from John Peyto Lord Willoughby de Broke to trustees, of a rent charge of £70 arising from a house in Compton Verney to be applied as a stipend for the performance of duties in the private chapel at Compton Verney, 6 April 1807.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1880  1742-1921

Contents:
Probate of the will of John Peyto Lord Willoughby de Broke, dated 4 March 1811, proved 22 March 1816.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1881  1742-1921

Contents:
Administration of the estate of John Peyto Verney Lord Willoughby de Broke, late of Castle Carey, co. Somerset, granted to his brother, Henry Peyto Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, 15 November 1820.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1882  1742-1921

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Henry Peyto Verney Lord Willoughby de Broke to create a tenant to the precipe for suffering a recovery of estates in Warwickshire and Northamptonshire described in no. 1874, 29 and 30 January 1821.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1883  1742-1921

Contents:
Similar conveyance by lease and release from Henry Peyto Verney Lord Willoughby de Broke, of premises in Kingston, Ettington and Combrook described in no. 1872; 29 and 30 January 1821.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1884  1742-1921

Contents:
Recovery of the manors of Chesterton, Shuckburgh and Lambcote and premises in Chesterton, Shuckburgh, Kingston, Harbury, Pillerton, Drayton, Ettington and Combrook, by a trustee for Henry Peyto Verney Lord Willoughby de Broke, Hilary Term 1821.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1885  1742-1921

Contents:
Settlement on the marriage of Henry Peyto Verney Lord Willoughby de Broke and Margaret Williams, spinster, daughter of Sir John Williams of Bodelwyddan, co. Flint, concerning premises in the parishes of Bradley, Parkridge, Penkridge, Castle Church, Uttoxeter and Bramshall, co. Staffs., and Kimcote, co. Leics., 27 February 1829.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1886  1742-1921

Contents:
Conveyance from Henry Peyto Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, to a trustee of tithes in the lordship of Kingston and parish of Chesterton, 18 February 1848.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1887  1742-1921

Contents:
Probate of the will of Henry Peyto Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, 4 September 1848; proved January 1853.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1888  1742-1921

Contents:
Conveyance from trustees of the late Edward Earl of Oxford (see no. 1878) to trustees on behalf of Robert John Verney Lord Willoughby de Broke, of lands in Walsgrave-on-Sowe and Drayton, awarded to the family on the enclosure of the common fields in 1755/6 and 1778/9 respectively, 25 July 1854.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1889  1742-1921

Contents:
Mortgage from Henry Verney Lord Willoughby de Broke and Geraldine his wife to Augustus Frederick William Keppel Stephenson of the Treasury, Whitehall, esq., Henry Roberts of Somerset House, esq. and Michael Biddulph of Charing Cross, banker of estates particularised in a schedule in Lighthorne, 8 January 1872.
With assignments - to include John Harman of Lombard Street, banker, in place of Henry Roberts, 27 August 1875;
- To John Moxon Clabon of Great George Street, esq., Robert John Porcher Broughton of London, esq., and Frederick Peake of London, esq., 4 June 1885.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1890  1742-1921

Contents:
Appointment by Henry Verney Lord Willoughby de Broke of a new trustee of the will of Henry Lord Willoughby de Broke (no. 1887); 14 July 1873.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1891  1742-1921

Contents:
Succession duty accounts payable on the death Robert John Verney Lord Willoughby de Broke (6 June 1862), and of Margaret Dowager Lady Willoughby de Broke (2 August 1880), 1863-1892.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1892  1742-1921

Contents:
Mortgage from Henry Verney Lord Willoughby de Broke and Geraldine his wife to Sir Moses Montefiore of Park Lane, Bart., Baron Lionel Nathan de Rothschild of London, Sampson Lucas of London, esq., and Charles George Bennett of the same, esq., of land in Kingston (schedule); 19 June 1876.
With assignment to John Moxon Chabon and others (as in no. 1889), 21 May 1885.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1893  1742-1921

Contents:
Mortgage from Henry Verney Lord Willoughby de Broke and Geraldine his wife to Sir Moses Montefiore, Bart., Baron Lionel Nathan de Rothschild, Sampson Lucas, and Charles George Bennett (all as in no. 1892) and James Alexander of London, esq., of lands in Lighthorne, Kingston and Compton Verney (schedule); 7 June 1879. With assignment to John Moxon Chabon and others (as in no. 1889), 21 May 1885.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1894  1742-1921

Contents:
Mortgage from Henry Verney Lord Willoughby de Broke, to William Quilter of London, esq., of lands (schedule) in Kimcote and Walton (Leics.) and Bramshall, Littywood, Coppenhall, Castle Church, Uttoxeter, Penkridge, Stramshall, Rodbaston, Gailey and Atherton (Staffs.); 23 October 1883.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1895  1742-1921

Contents:
Mortgage from Henry Verney Lord Willoughby de Broke and Geraldine his wife to John Moxan Clabon and others (as in no. 1889) of lands (in schedule) in Compton Verney, Combroke, Pillerton, Lighthorne, Burton Dassett, Chesterton, Kineton, Kingston, Radway, Harbury, Butlers Marston and Tysoe, Poyntington and Charlton Horethorne (Somerset), Walton and Kimcote (Leics.); and Bramshall, Littywood, Coppenhall, Castle Church, Uttoxeter, Penkridge, Rodbaston and Stramshall (Staffs.); 14 March 1885. With supplementary agreements (same date), further charge (4 April 1887), and reconveyance (17 August 1892).

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1896  1742-1921

Contents:
Mortgage from Henry Verney Lord Willoughby de Broke and Geraldine his wife, to Lloyds Barnetts & Bosanquets Bank Ltd. of premises described in no. 1895, plus estates in Helpringham, Swaton, Frampton, Bicher, Filpingham, Tothill and Gayton le Marsh (Linos.), 26 September 1888.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1897  1742-1921

Contents:
Appointment of Arthur Hugh Smith Barry of Marbury Hall, co. Chester, esq., and Walter Gore Marshall of Queen Anne Street, co. Middx., trustees of the family estates in Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Staffordshire, Leicestershire and Warwickshire for the purpose of Settled Land Acts, 28 June 1889.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1898  1742-1921

Contents:
Report and valuation of the estates of [Henry Verney] Lord Willoughby de Broke, as security for a loan of £60,000 in Warwickshire, viz. Compton Verney, Combroke, Kineton, Burton Dassett, Pillerton Hersey and Walton, 21 September 1891.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1899  1742-1921

Contents:
Receipts for portions charged for younger children by the will of their father, Robert John Verney Lord Willoughby de Broke (24 September 1848), from
- Susan Emma Godman, 25 November 1892
- Mabel Verney, 28 November 1892
- Alice Jane Fritton, 28 November 1892
- Walter Robert Verney, 2 January 1893
- Margaret Louisa Jervoise-Smith, 9 January 1893

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1900  1742-1921

Contents:
Declaration of Brabazon Campbell of Warwick concerning the identification of land belonging to Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke in Kineton and Combrook, 8 July 1892.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1901  1742 - 1921

Contents:
Declaration of the Reverend Walter Robert Verney of Lighthorne, concerning lands in Kingston, Chesterton, Harbury, and Lighthorne proposed to be mortgaged, 1 August 1892.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1902  1742 - 1921

Contents:
Another concerning lands in Compton Verney, Combrook, Kineton, Butlers Marston, Pillerton Hersey, Burton Dassett, Radway and Tysoe, 1 August 1892.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1903  1742 - 1921

Contents:
Declaration of William Webb Hutton of Pittern Hill, Kineton, concerning lands in Radway and Kineton, proposed to be mortgaged; 6 August 1892.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1904  1742 - 1921

Contents:
Declaration by Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, concerning the payment of legacies etc. under the will of Robert John Lord Willoughby de Broke, 9 August 1892.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1905  1742 - 1921

Contents:
Disentailing assurances between Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, Richard Greville Verney, his eldest son, and Maximilian George Rooper of Lincolns Inn Fields, esq., concerning copyhold lands in Kineton, and other premises etc. entailed under the wills of Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke, and Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, and appointment of cash (c. £8000) included in the same, 17 August 1892.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1906  1742 - 1921

Contents:
Disenfranchisement deed under the hands of Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, and his son Richard Greville Verney concerning copyhold lands in Kineton, with conveyance of the same to trustees, 17 August 1892.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1907  1742 - 1921

Contents:
Mortgage from Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke and Richard Greville Verney his son, to William Rolle Malcolm of the Strand, co. Middx., esq., and Charles Augustus Egerton of The Banks, Robertsbridge, co. Sussex., esq., of premises in Kingston, Chesterton, Harbury, Lighthorne (with map), 18 August 1892.
With assignments of the same, 13 September 1894, 3 June 1902, 28 December 1906, and reconveyance, to Richard Greville Lord Willoughby de Broke, 2 April 1909.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1908  1742 - 1921

Contents:
Mortgage from Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, and Richard Greville Verney to Sydney William Herbert Earl Manvers and Sir William James Farrer of Upper Brook Street, co. Middx., of premises in Compton Verney, Walton, Combrook, Kineton, Pillerton Hersey, and Burton Dassett, (with map), 18 August 1892.
With assignments, 1 June 1897, and 21 December 1906, and reconveyance to Richard Greville, Lord Willoughby de Broke, 2 April 1909.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1909  1742 - 1921

Contents:
Deed of family arrangement whereby part of the estate (viz. policies of insurance and land in Lighthorne) is charged with an annuity to be paid to Richard Greville Verney during the lifetime of Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, and with the raising of portions for the younger children of the latter, 18 August 1892.
With deed of covenant concerning the same and nos. 1907-8, 18 August 1892.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1910  1742 - 1921

Contents:
Mortgage from Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England of land in Chesterton, 23 March 1893.
With reconveyance, 7 March 1923.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1911  1742 - 1921

Contents:
Mortgage from Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke and Richard Greville Verney to Lloyds Bank Limited, of lands in Compton Verney, Walton, Combrook, Kineton, Pillerton Hersey, Chesterton and Lighthorne, 17 February 1894.
With reconveyance, 18 February 1895.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1912  1742 - 1921

Contents:
Settlement on the marriage of Richard Greville Verney, son and heir apparent of Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke and Marie Frances Lisette Hanbury, daughter of Charles Addington Hanbury of Belmont, East Barnet, co. Herts., esq., concerning lands in Compton Verney, Combrook, Walton, Kineton, Butlers Marston, Radway, Burton Dassett, Pillerton Hersey, Chesterton, Kingston, Harbury and Lighthorne, and Poyntington, co. Somerset, (With maps), 1 July 1895.
With appointment of new trustee, 23 November 1909 and surrender of trusteeships, 23 March 1921, 16 June 1921.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1912a  1742 - 1921

Contents:
Declarations of Elias Pitts Squarey of Salisbury, co. Wilts., esq., and William Webb Hutton of Pittern Hill, Kineton, estate agent, concerning the lands mentioned in no. 1912, 7 and 16 January 1909.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1912b  1742 - 1921

Contents:
Agreement by Richard Greville Lord Willoughby de Broke and the Guardian Assurance Co. Ltd. to produce deeds to an estate mortgaged by him to the said Company on 2 February 1909.
With assignment of mortgage to Walter Raymond Greene of Bury Saint Edmunds, co. Suffolk, esq., Samuel Clark Smith of Warwick, esq., Evan Hanbury of Oakham, co. Rutland, esq., and Vivian Hugh Smith of London, esq., 6 November 1911.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1913  1742 - 1921

Contents:
Release from Marie Frances Lisette, Lady Willoughby de Broke, to her husband, Richard Greville Lord Willoughby de Broke of estates in Lincolnshire (unspecified) settled on her as her jointure on their marriage, but parts of which had been sold and the money invested, 3 April 1909; and appointment in their stead, of a house and lands in Kineton (viz. Woodley House), and of a rent charge on his Warwickshire estates, 3 April 1909.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1914  1742 - 1921

Contents:
Release from Marie Frances Lisette, Lady Willoughby de Broke, to Richard Greville, Lord Willoughby de Broke, of her dower rights in Woodley House, Kineton, 18 November 1914, and the appointment in its stead of an additional rent charge of £300; 19 November 1914.
(Also appointment of a new trustee of this assignment, 3 April 1925).

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1915  1742 - 1921

Contents:
Appointment by Richard Greville Lord Willoughby de Broke of a receiver of rents and profits of estate mortgaged by him to Edgar Charles Mileham of Bromley, co. Kent., esq., on the previous day; 18 July 1916 (with discharge, 25 November 1921).

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1916  1742 - 1921

Contents:
Appointment by John Henry Peyto Verney of Compton Verney, Lieutenant in His Majesty's Army, of an attorney to borrow a sum not exceeding £12,000, 26 December 1917.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1917  1742 - 1921

Contents:
Declaration of William Webb Hutton of Pittern Hill, Kineton, estate agent, concerning the extent of the family's settled estates; 28 June 1918.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1918  1742 - 1921

Contents:
Disentailing assurance by John Henry Peyto Verney (with the consent of his' father, Richard Greville Lord Willoughby de Broke) of lands still subject to a settlement of 1 July 1825 (no. 1912); 25 July 1918.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1919  1742 - 1921

Contents:
Mortgage from John Henry Peyto Verney, with the consent of his father, Richard Greville Lord Willoughby de Broke, to the Equitable & Law Life Assurance Society, of the remainder in estates in Kineton, Chesterton, Lighthorne, Burton Dassett, 26 July 1918.
With reconveyance, 23 March 1921.

Wills and settlements  DR 98/1920  1742 - 1921

Contents:
Deed of family arrangement between Richard Greville Lord Willoughby de Broke, Marie Frances Lisette, Lady Willoughby de Broke, and their son, John Henry Peyto Verney of Compton Verney, Captain in H.M. Army, 17 December 1921.

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1921-1958  [n.d.]

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1921  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Original packet of deeds:
"Deeds and papers relating to property (11 houses) at Combrooke late belonging to William Chater deceased, purchased by Henry Peyto Lord Willoughby de Broke from J. Hiatt".

[no title]  DR 98/1921/1  24 December 1771, proved 20 March 1772

Contents:
Probate of the will of William Collins of Combrook, carpenter, dated

[no title]  DR 98/1921/2  26 September 1788

Contents:
Copy of court roll, manor of Little Kington and Brookhampton, admitting Richard Hewins of Shennington, co. Glos., farmer (trustee of the will of the late William Collins) to a messuage in Combrooke

[no title]  DR 98/1921/3  13 August 1794

Contents:
Copy of court roll, recording the surrender of the messuage as above, and the admittance to the same of Thomas Chater the younger

[no title]  DR 98/1921/4  16 April 1798

Contents:
Copy of court roll, admitting John Weston of Shipston-on-Stour, mercer and draper, to a messuage in Combrook divided into two dwellings

[no title]  DR 98/1921/5  1 July 1801

Contents:
Copy of court roll, recording the surrender by William Chater of Saint Giles, co. Middx., coach-spring maker (eldest son of the late Thomas Chater of Combrooke, blacksmith) of, and the admission of Thomas Chater (another son of the late Thomas Chater) to, a cottage in Combrooke

[no title]  DR 98/1921/6  4 November 1811

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender by Thomas Greenway late of Combrook, labourer, of, and the admission of Thomas Chater of Combrooke, blacksmith to, the reversion, expectant on the death of the said Thomas Greenway and Sarah his wife, a messuage in Combrook

[no title]  DR 98/1921/7  10 November 1815


Related information: (See no. 4).

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission of John Wesson of Saint Andrews, Holborn, to a messuage at Combrooke divided into two tenements

[no title]  DR 98/1921/8  1 March 1821

Contents:
Copy of Court roll recording the surrender by John Wesson (as above), of, and the admission of William Chater of Combrooke, blacksmith, to, the messuage described in no. 7

[no title]  DR 98/1921/9  16 January 1829

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission of William Chater of Combrooke, blacksmith, to the premises described in nos. 3 and 5, above

[no title]  DR 98/1921/10  16 January 1829

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender by William Chater of, and the admission of the same, to a cottage in Combrooke to the use of Margaret Chater of Combrooke, widow, his mother, for life, and then to the use of his sister, Margaret, wife of William Hitchman of Winderton, labourer

[no title]  DR 98/1921/11  16 January 1829

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the conditional surrender, by way of mortgage, by William Chater, to James Tibbits of Warwick, gent., of ten houses or cottages in Combrooke

[no title]  DR 98/1921/12  23 January 1829

Contents:
Trust deed declaring:
i) That the £250 loaned in the conditional surrender of 16 January 1829 (no.11) was the proper money of Anne Dyer of Stratford-upon-Avon, widow.
ii) That, subject to the said mortgage, the premises in no. 11 should be held by trsutees for securing the weekly payment of 5 shillings a week for life to Margaret Chater of Combrooke, widow, if she does not agree to carry on the family business with her son, William Chater of Combrooke, and in trust to provide £100 to Sarah (William Chater's sister) wife of William Hitchman of Winderton, labourer, according to the terms of the will of their father, Thomas Chater
With bond.

[no title]  DR 98/1921/13  3 August 1831

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender by James Tibbits of the premises described in no. 11, on repayment of the mortgage

[no title]  DR 98/1921/14  3 August 1831

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the conditional surrender, by way of mortgage, by William Chater of Combrooke, blacksmith, to James Hiatt of Warwick, yeoman, of ten cottages in Combrooke

[no title]  DR 98/1921/15  3 August 1831

Contents:
Agreement between William Chater and James Hiatt, offering further security for a mortgage of even date (no. 14);

[no title]  DR 98/1921/16  23 January 1829 (no. 12), 12 August 1831

Contents:
Release from the executor of the late Ann Dyer to William Chater of all claims under a trust deed of

[no title]  DR 98/1921/17  14, 23 May 1843

Contents:
Further charge from William Chater of Combrooke, blacksmith, to James Hiatt of Warwick, yeoman, on the premises described in no.

[no title]  DR 98/1921/18  30 December 1843

Contents:
Another

[no title]  DR 98/1921/19  4 July 1846

Contents:
Copy certificates, made October-November 1847, of the:
- marriage of Thomas Chater and Margaret Collins of Combrooke, 29 December 1789
- baptism of Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas and Margaret Chater, Combrooke, 20 October 1790
- baptism of William, son of the same, Combrooke, 4 July 1793
- baptism of Sarah, daughter of Thomas and Margaret Chater, 20 March 1796
- burial of Elizabeth Chater, Combrooke, 11 August 1811.
- marriage of William Hitchman of Compton Wynyates and Sarah Chater of Combrooke, 13 January 1815.
- burial of William Chater, Combrooke

[no title]  DR 98/1921/20  15 September 1847

Contents:
Particulars of sale of 10 copyhold tenements in Combrooke

[no title]  DR 98/1921/21  (1847)

Contents:
Abstract of title of Sarah Hitchman to copyhold premises in Combrooke, reciting:
Nos. 1,2,3 (one house)
No. 5 (one house)
No. 6 (one house)
Nos. 4,7,8 (two houses)
Nos. 10-18 (combined)

[no title]  DR 98/1921/22  22 November 1847

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admittance to the ten messuages in Combrooke of James Hiatt, as mortgagee, and of Sarah Hitchman, wife of Thomas Hitchman of Winderton, yeoman (as heiress at law), and the surrender of the same by them to Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke

[no title]  DR 98/1921/23  22 November 1847

Contents:
Release from William Hitchman and Sarah his wife to Henry Peyto Lord Willoughby de Broke of any claim to a legacy charged on copyhold premises bought of them by the latter

[no title]  DR 98/1921/24  7 July 1876

Contents:
Copy certificates, made in June 1877, of the
- Marriage of Elizabeth Hitchman and John Jarvis, both of Combrooke, 16 October 1837
- Burial of Margaret Chater, Combrooke, 6 February 1849
- Death of Sarah Hitchman, Union Workhouse, Stratford-upon-Avon

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1922  1921 - 1958


Related information: (See also no. 1929).

Contents:
Original packet of deeds, labelled:
"Mr. Willm. Kingerlee to Hy. Lord Willoughby de Broke: conveyance & title deeds relating to freehold property in Little Kington & copies of Court roll and other papers relating to copyhold property within the manors of Great Kington & Little Kington". With later ticket. "As to nos. 132 pt & 263, Kineton H.P."

[no title]  DR 98/1922/1  18 June 1811

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Elizabeth Hill the younger of Kington, spinster (Lady of the Manor of Little Comberton, Combrooke and Brookhampton, only child of Richard Hill late of the same, esq.) and Elizabeth Hill the elder (widow of the late Richard Hill) to William Fennell of Kington, horse dealer, of a piece of land, the site of a house, in Little Kington, 17 &

[no title]  DR 98/1922/2  7 December 1820

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from William Fennell of Kington, horsedealer, to William Meacock of the same, yeoman, of the same piece of ground, 6 &

[no title]  DR 98/1922/3  27 April 1821

Contents:
Extract from the will of William Meacock of Little Kington, yeoman, dated 13 December 1820, proved

[no title]  DR 98/1922/4  3 May 1823

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Walter Fennell to Joseph Fennell, both of Little Kington, horsedealers, (joint beneficiaries under the will of William Meacock) of a moiety of the said piece of land, now used as a garden, 2 &

[no title]  DR 98/1922/5  7 April 1826

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Joseph Fennell of Little Kington, horsedealer, to Thomas Hodnell of Hodnell, gent., of the said piece of land, 6 &

[no title]  DR 98/1922/6  27 October 1841

Contents:
Conveyance from Thomas Alder of Ladbrook, gent. to William Kingerlee of Kington, wheelright, of the said piece of ground

[no title]  DR 98/1922/7  13 February 1812

Contents:
Copy will of Joseph Plumb the elder of Loxley, farmer,26 December 1806, proved

[no title]  DR 98/1922/8  16 June 1813

Contents:
Copy of court roll for the manor of Great Kington, recording the admission of Thomas Plumb of Loxley, yeoman, to a house and garden in Kington, in trust for Ann, wife of William Kingerlee (daughter of Joseph Plumb), for life, and then in trust for her children

[no title]  DR 98/1922/9  24 June 1856

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission of Thomas Plumb of Wain Vecken, co. Denbigh (son of Thomas Plumb late of Loxley), to the said house and land, and his surrender of the same to William Kingerlee of Lower Hodnell, eldest son of the late Ann Kingerlee

[no title]  DR 98/1922/10-11  24 June 1856

Contents:
Release from Joseph Kingerlee of the United States of America, Thomas Kingerlee of Banbury, co. Oxon., yeoman, and Jesse Kingerlee of Great Kington, druggist, to William Kingerlee of Lower Hodnell, wheelwright, of legacies due under the wills of their grandfather, Joseph Plumb, and father, William Kingerlee, charged on copyhold premises in Great Kington

[no title]  DR 98/1922/12  24 June 1856

Contents:
Deed of indemnity between William Kingerlee and trustee for Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke (who has contracted to purchase the above copyhold premises) concerning the legacies charged on the same

[no title]  DR 98/1922/13-14  1 May 1823

Contents:
Copies of court roll recording the admission of Joseph Fennell and Walter Fennell, both of Little Kington, horse-dealers, to moieties of two messuages in Little Kington, to which they were entitled under the will of the late William Meacock

[no title]  DR 98/1922/15  1 May 1823

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender by Walter Fennell of his said moiety and the admission thereto of Joseph Fennell

[no title]  DR 98/1922/16  7 April 1826

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender by Joseph Fennell of Little Kington, horsedealer, of the same two houses and the admission thereto of Thomas Alder of Hodnell, near Ladbrooke, farmer

[no title]  DR 98/1922/17  27 October 1841

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender by Thomas Alder of Ladbrooke, gent., of the same two houses and the admission thereto of William Kingerlee of Great Kington, wheelwright

[no title]  DR 98/1922/18  5 November 1851

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission to the same two houses of Anne Kingerlee, widow of William Kingerlee

[no title]  DR 98/1922/19  24 June 1856

Contents:
Copy of court roll, recording the admission to the same two houses of William Kingerlee, son of William Kingerlee, deceased

[no title]  DR 98/1922/20  17 September 1855

Contents:
Packet of papers concerning the title of William Kingerlee to the whole of the above premises. Includes:
- Copy marriage certificate of Thomas Plumb and Mary Watts, Loxley, 29 May 1805
- Copy baptism certificate, Thomas son of Thomas Plumb, Loxley, 1 January 1807
- Burial certificate of Thomas Plumb, East Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A., 14 January 1855
- Burial certificate of Anne Kingerlee, Kineton, 2 February 1855
- Declaration of Josiah Woodley of Kington, maltster, concerning the Kingerlee family, 24 June 1856
- Declaration of Mary Pearson, wife of Thomas Pearson of Loxley, labourer, (daughter of Thomas Plumb of New York) concerning the Plumb family

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1923  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Packets labelled: "As to No. 38 pt. Combrooke.
H.P. purchase from Jarvis."

[no title]  DR 98/1923/1  9 May 1773

Contents:
Certificate of baptism of Mary, daughter of John Bayliss, Stratford-upon-Avon

[no title]  DR 98/1923/2  16 April 1798

Contents:
Copy of court roll for the manor of Little Kington recording the surrender by Catherine, wife of Thomas Turner of Birmingham, blacksmith, of a cottage at Combrooke, and the admission thereto of Thomas Chater the younger of Combrooke, blacksmith

[no title]  DR 98/1923/3  16 January 1829

Contents:
Copy of court roll admitting William Chater of Combrooke, blacksmith, to the same cottage

[no title]  DR 98/1923/4  16 January 1829

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the said cottage by William Chater and the admission thereto of Margaret Chater, his mother

[no title]  DR 98/1923/5  3 September 1877

Contents:
Certificate of succession duty on the same, to be paid by Elizabeth Jarvis, of Kineton, daughter of Sarah Hitchman [daughter of Thomas Chater]

[no title]  DR 98/1923/6  7 November 1877

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admittance to the same cottage of Elizabeth, wife of John Jarvis of Kineton, labourer (and daughter of Sarah Hitchman)

[no title]  DR 98/1923/7  7 November 1877

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by John Jarvis and Elizabeth his wife to Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, (with deed of covenant to indemnify against succession duty).

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1924  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Packet labelled: "As to No. 107 pt. Combroke H.P. purchase from Castle. Lady W's purchase from Mr. Castle at Combroke".

[no title]  DR 98/1924/1  16 April 1798

Contents:
Copy of court roll for the manor of Little Kington recording the surrender of a house in Combrooke by Edward Reading of Combrooke, labourer, and Mary his wife, and the admission thereto of John Castle of Combrook, cordwainer and shopkeeper

[no title]  DR 98/1924/2  9 January 1839

Contents:
Copy will of John Castle of Combrook, cordwainer, dated 17 September 1834, proved

[no title]  DR 98/1924/3  29 October 1855

Contents:
Copy of court roll admitting to the said messuage, now rebuilt as three, John Castle, son of John Castle

[no title]  DR 98/1924/4  10 November 1869

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same cottages by John Castle the elder of Kineton and Elizabeth his wife, and the admission thereto of Georgiana Jane, Lady Willoughby de Broke

[no title]  DR 98/1924/5  11 November 1869

Contents:
Deed of covenant to confirm the same surrender

[no title]  DR 98/1924/6  22 February 1873

Contents:
Surrender of the same by Georgiana Jane, Lady Willoughby de Broke, to the use of Henry Verney Lord Willoughby de Broke

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1925  1921 - 1958


Related information: (See also no. 1930).

Contents:
Packets of deeds relating to land at Kineton purchased from members of the Bayliss family.

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1925/i  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Endorsed: 'As to no. 124, 125a (pt.), 189, purchase from William Charles Baylis'

[no title]  DR 98/1925/i/1  27 and 28 November 1809

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Elizabeth Hill the younger of Kington, spinster, lady of the manor of Little Kington, Combrook and Brookhampton (grand-daughter of William Hill, late of Kington, esq.) and Elizabeth Hill the elder of Kington, her mother, (widow of Richard Hill, late of Kington, esq.) to Thomas Baylis the younger of Kington, bleacher, of two closes of land in Little Kington containing seven and a half acres

[no title]  DR 98/1925/i/2  16 and 17 August 1822

Contents:
Mortgage, of the same, by lease and release, from Thomas Baylis of Kington, bleacher, to Thomas Hanks of Little Rissington, co. Glos., farmer (with mortgage bond)

[no title]  DR 98/1925/i/3  31 August and 1 September 1836

Contents:
Assignment of the same, by lease and release, from Thomas Hanks of Little Rissington, farmer, with the consent of Thomas Baylis of Kington, bleacher, to Joseph Pain of Neithrop, co. Oxon., gent.

[no title]  DR 98/1925/i/4  30 May 1842

Contents:
Reconveyance of the same from Joseph Pain of Banbury, co. Oxon., gent., and Joseph Baylis of Kington, shopkeeper, (eldest son of the late Thomas Baylis) to William Baylis of Kington, farmer (another son of the late Thomas Baylis)

[no title]  DR 98/1925/i/5  25 May 1867

Contents:
Burial certificate, Louisa Baylis of Kineton

[no title]  DR 98/1925/i/6  4 September 1867

Contents:
Succession duty account paid on the same 7½ acres, and 3½ acres of copyhold land in Little Kineton, paid by Thomas Baylis of Neen Savage, co. Salop., on the death of Louisa Baylis, and derived from the will of the late William Baylis

[no title]  DR 98/1925/i/7  13 May 1870

Contents:
Succession duty account on the 7½ acre property paid by William Charles Baylis of Cleobury Mortimer, co. Salop., on the death of Thomas Baylis

[no title]  DR 98/1925/i/8  5 April 1888

Contents:
Declaration of George Lines of Kineton, Assistant Overseer, concerning the title of William Charles Baylis to the said property

[no title]  DR 98/1925/i/9  19 May 1888

Contents:
Disentailing deed under the hand of William Charles Baylis of Ashby-de-la-Zouch, co. Leics., butcher, concerning all premises which he holds in tail

[no title]  DR 98/1925/i/10  21 May 1888

Contents:
Conveyance from William Charles Baylis to Henry Verney Lord Willoughby de Broke, of the said 7½ acres

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1925/ii  1921-1958

Contents:
Endorsed: 'As to no. 125a(pt), Kineton H.P., purchase from G.M. Baylis'.

[no title or date]  DR 98/1925/ii/11

Contents:
Probate of the will of John Baylis of Stratford-upon-Avon, surgeon and apothecary, 20 December 1779, proved 2 February 1780, (with paper copy).

[no title]  DR 98/1925/ii/12  25 October 1813

Contents:
Copy of court roll for the manor of Little Kington, admitting Thomas Bayliss of Little Kington, bleacher, to two tenements and close in Little Kington on part of which has been built a Dissenting Chapel

[no title]  DR 98/1925/ii/13  26 October 1825

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the two tenements (now three) and Dissenting Chapel, by Thomas Baylis of Little Kington, bleacher, and the admission thereto of Joseph Baylis, Josiah Baylis and Charles Baylis of Kington, woolcombers, and William Kingerlee of the same, wheelwright

[no title]  DR 98/1925/ii/15  29 October 1855

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender by Charles Baylis of Little Kington, yeoman, of a tenement in Little Kington, and the admission thereto of William Baylis of Little Kington, farmer

[no title]  DR 98/1925/ii/16  7 October 1861

Contents:
Declaration of Charles Baylis of Little Kington, yeoman, concerning his brother William Baylis, deceased, and his children

[no title]  DR 98/1925/ii/17  23 October 1861

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission of Thomas Baylis of Cleobury Mortimer, co. Salop., yeoman (son and heir of William Baylis, deceased) of a tenement in Little Kington

[no title]  DR 98/1925/ii/18  23 October 1861

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the conditional surrender by Thomas Baylis, and Louisa Baylis, his mother, of the said tenement and the admission thereto of William Woodley of Great Kington, yeoman

[no title]  DR 98/1925/ii/19  23 October 1861

Contents:
Covenant between Thomas Baylis and Louisa Baylis and William Woodley concerning the mortgage, by way of conditional surrender, of the said copyhold tenement

[no title]  DR 98/1925/ii/20  24 July 1867

Contents:
Account of succession duty paid by Thomas Baylis of Neen Savage, co. Salop., on the death of William Baylis, in respect of three copyhold tenements in Little Kineton

[no title]  DR 98/1925/ii/21  7 January 1868

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender by William Woodley of the messuage described in no. 19 and the re-admission thereto of Thomas Baylis

[no title]  DR 98/1925/ii/22  22 May 1868

Contents:
Deed between Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, and Thomas Baylis of Neen Savage, farmer, enfranchising the latter in a copyhold close and barn, containing 3½ acres, and the messuage described in no. 21

[no title]  DR 98/1925/ii/23  30 October 1868

Contents:
Mortgage from Thomas Baylis to Adam Prattinton Trow of Cleobury Mortimer, co. Salop., gent., of the premises in Little Kington described in no. 22, seven tenements in Southam Street, Great Kington, and his life interest in two closes of land in Little Kington

[no title]  DR 98/1925/ii/24  30 March 1870

Contents:
Reconveyance from Adam Prattinton Trow to Emma Louisa Baylis of Cleobury Mortimer, co. Salop. (widow of Thomas Baylis)

[no title]  DR 98/1925/ii/25  9 November 1887

Contents:
Account of succession duty paid by George Manton Baylis of Nuneaton, tailor, on the death of Emma Louisa Baylis on three tenements in Little Kineton

[no title]  DR 98/1925/ii/26  5 April 1888

Contents:
Declaration of George Lines of Kineton, Assistant Overseer, concerning Thomas Baylis and Emma his wife (later wife of William Chamberlain) and their son, George Manton Baylis
With death certificate of Emma Louisa Chamberlain, 10 May 1887.

[no title]  DR 98/1925/ii/27  21 May 1888

Contents:
Conveyance from George Manton Baylis of Nuneaton, tailor, to Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, of two tenements (formerly three) in Kineton

[no title or date]  DR 98/1925/ii/28

Contents:
Schedule of deeds, mainly nos. 1-27.

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1925/iii  1921-1958

Contents:
Endorsed: 'As to nos. 125a (pt), 187 (pt), 188a (pt) and 188b. Kineton H.P., purchase from Charles Baylis, a lunatic.'

[no title]  DR 98/1925/iii/29  27 October 1841

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission of Joseph Baylis to a house and orchard in Little Kington

[no title]  DR 98/1925/iii/30  21 October 1859

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission to the said house and to two other cottages in Little Kington of Caroline Baylis, widow of Joseph Baylis

[no title]  DR 98/1925/iii/31  30 July 1881

Contents:
Account of succession duty paid by Charles Baylis of Hatton Lunatic Asylum on the death of [his mother] Caroline Baylis

[no title]  DR 98/1925/iii/32  17 February 1882

Contents:
Conveyance from Charles Baylis of Hatton Lunatic Asylum to Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, of three copyhold cottages at Little Kineton

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1925/iv  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Endorsed: 'As to no. 125a (pt); Kineton H.P. Purchase from John Baylis and wife'.

[no title]  DR 98/1925/iv/33  8 March 1890

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission to two copyhold tenements of John Baylis of Little Kington, wheelwright, and the surrender thereof by the said John Baylis and Sarah his wife to Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1925/v  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Endorsed: 'As to nos. 124 and 12a (pt), 189, Kineton H.P. Purchase from William Charles Baylis.'

[no title]  DR 98/1925/v/34  7 October 1841

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission of Joseph Baylis and Charles Baylis, as sons of Thomas Baylis, to a house and two pieces of land at Little Kington

[no title]  DR 98/1925/v/35  28 October 1844

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the division of the above property between Joseph Baylis and Charles Baylis

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1926  1921-1958

Contents:
Packet labelled: 'As to nos. 127 pt. and 132 pt. Kineton H.P. Purchase from Hall.'

[no title]  DR 98/1926/1  13 January 1864

Contents:
Copy of court roll for the manor of Little Kington, Combrooke and Brookhampton recording the surrender of two houses and gardens in Kineton by the executors of the late Thomas Hadden of Hampton Lucy, gent., and the admission there to of John Hall of Butlers Marston, farmer

[no title]  DR 98/1926/2  13 January 1864

Contents:
Conveyance from John Hall and Ann Hall of Butlers Marston, widow, to Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, of the said two tenements, (with draft).

[no title]  DR 98/1926/3  13 January 1864

Contents:
Covenant for the production of title deeds concerning the same premises

[no title]  DR 98/1926/4  1863-64

Contents:
Packet of correspondence etc. concerning the above transaction

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1927  1921-1958

Contents:
Packet labelled: 'As to no. 128: Kineton H.P., Purchase from Woodleys Trustees'.

[no title]  DR 98/1927/1  10 November 1817

Contents:
Copy of court roll for the manor of Little Kington, Combrooke and Brookhampton, recording the conditional surrender by way of mortgage of a house in Little Kington by Mary Archer of Little Kington, spinster, and the admission thereto of for Mark Lines of Tysoe, shepherd

[no title]  DR 98/1927/2  9 February 1819

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by Mark Lines of Tysoe, shepherd, and Mary Archer of Avon Dassett, spinster, and the admission thereto of Joseph Arch of Ettington, yeoman

[no title]  DR 98/1927/3  31 December 1824

Contents:
Original will of Joseph Arch of Little Kington, carpenter

[no title]  DR 98/1927/4  9 October 1840

Contents:
Marriage licence, William Foulkes of Compton Verney, painter (a widower), and Elizabeth Cakebread of Kineton, spinster

[no title]  DR 98/1927/5  10 November 1841

Contents:
Copy of court roll admitting to the said house the trustees of the will of Joseph Arch

[no title]  DR 98/1927/6  10 November 1841

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the said house by the said trustees and the admission thereto of William Foulkes of Lighthorne, painter

[no title]  DR 98/1927/7  9 December 1867

Contents:
Probate of the will of William Foulkes of Little Kineton, painter, 10 April 1861, proved

[no title]  DR 98/1927/8  23 April 1870

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the conditional surrender by way of mortgage, of three cottages (formerly one house) in Kineton by Elizabeth, widow of William Foulkes and new wife of Henry Sheffield of Coventry, bookseller, and the admission thereto of Josiah Woodley of Great Kington, maltster

[no title]  DR 98/1927/9  23 April 1870

Contents:
Covenants between the said parties, concerning no. 8;

[no title]  DR 98/1927/10  4 June 1870

Contents:
Release from William Jones of Farnworth, co. Lancs., contractor, Ellen Jones of Bowden, co. Chester, spinster, and Lewis Jones (grandchildren and legatees of the late William Foulkes) to Henry Sheffield and Elizabeth his wife

[no title]  DR 98/1927/11  1 February 1877

Contents:
Similar release from Lewis Jones, Private, H.M. 109th Regiment of Foot, to Elizabeth Sheffield of Kineton, widow

[no title]  DR 98/1927/12  4 May 1878

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the three cottages by Elizabeth Sheffield and the admission thereto of Josiah Woodley

[no title]  DR 98/1927/13  19 October 1887

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by the trustees of the late Josiah Woodley, and the admission thereto of Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, (With draft).

[no title]  DR 98/1927/14  7 April 1888

Contents:
Declaration of George Walter Lines of Warwick, solicitors clerk, concerning the title of the said cottages

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1928  1921-1958

Contents:
Packet labelled: 'As to no. 129c, Kineton H.P. Purchase from Pinfold'.

[no title]  DR 98/1928/1  13 October 1812

Contents:
Copy of court roll of the manor of Little Kington, Combrooke and Brookhampton, recording the surrender of a house in Little Kington by Richard Hawtin of Kington, butcher, and Elizabeth his wife (late Elizabeth Usher, widow), Thomas Usher of Kington, butcher, William Usher of Birmingham, grocer, and Esther his wife, and Robert Usher of Kington, butcher, and the admission thereto of Daniel Pinfold of Kington, yeoman

[no title]  DR 98/1928/2  26 October 1824

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the conditional surrender by way of mortgage, of the same by Daniel Pinfold and Ann his wife and the admittance thereto of Edward Welchman the younger of Great Kington, surgeon and Thomas Blakeman the younger of the same, yeoman (in trust to pay the interest to three Kineton charitable trusts)

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1929  1921 - 1958


Related information: See also no. 1922

Contents:
Packet labelled: 'As to nos. 132 pt. and 263 pt, Kineton H.P. Purchase from Kingerlee'

[no title]  DR 98/1929/1  23 June 1856

Contents:
Conveyance from William Kingerlee of Lower Hodnell, farmer and widower, to Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, of a house in Great Kington

[no title]  DR 98/1929/2  24 June 1856

Contents:
Copy of court roll for the manor of Little Kington, Combrooke and Brookhampton, recording the surrender of two tenements in Little Kington by William Kingerlee to Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke
With counterpart.

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1930  1921 - 1958


Related information: See also no. 1925

Contents:
Packet labelled: 'As to nos. 187 pt and 188a pt, Kineton H.P. Purchase from John Baylis and wife'

[no title]  DR 98/1930/1  2 November 1750

Contents:
Copy of court roll for the manor of Little Kington, Combrooke and Brookhampton, recording the admission to a house and land in Little Kington of William Worral

[no title]  DR 98/1930/2  25 October 1813

Contents:
Copy of court roll, recording the admission of Thomas Baylis of Little Kington, bleacher, to a piece of land in Little Kington (as in no. 1), with a house built thereon

[no title]  DR 98/1930/3  10 December 1838

Contents:
Probate of the will of Thomas Baylies of Kineton, bleacher, dated 21 November 1824, proved

[no title]  DR 98/1930/4  28 October 1844

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the division between Joseph Bayliss and Charles Bayliss of Little Kington, farmers, of a piece of land described in no. 2;

[no title]  DR 98/1930/5  8 March 1890

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender by John Baylis of Kineton, wheelwright, and Mary his wife, of the share of Charles Baylis, his father, in the premises described in no. 4, to Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1931  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Packet labelled: 'As to nos. 230 and 233 Kineton H.P. Purchase from Woodley's Trustees.'

[no title]  DR 98/1931/1  4 and 5 July 1806

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from George Earl Brooke, Earl of Warwick, to Daniel Shelswell of Kineton, farmer, of a close of land at Great Kineton

[no title]  DR 98/1931/2  3 June 1809

Contents:
Mortgage from Daniel Shelswell of Kington, farmer, to Samuel Roberts of Weston-under-Wetherly, blacksmith, of the said piece of land

[no title]  DR 98/1931/3  5 November 1814

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from Samuel Roberts to John Piper of Lighthorne, farmer

[no title]  DR 98/1931/4  29 and 30 May 1829

Contents:
Settlement on the marriage of Joseph Mumford Weston, farmer, and Ann Shelswell of Byfield, co. Northants., daughter of Daniel Shelswell of Kington, farmer

[no title]  DR 98/1931/5  30 August 1841

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from John Piper of Lighthorne, farmer, to Eliza Foster Edmonds of London, spinster

[no title]  DR 98/1931/6  7 April 1843

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from Eliza Foster Edmonds of London, spinster, to John Taylor of Barford, wheelwright

[no title]  DR 98/1931/7  1806

Contents:
Abstract of title (1851) to freehold lands to be purchased by Josiah Woodley of John Mumford, from

[no title or date]  DR 98/1931/8

Contents:
Copy certificates, obtained in 1851, of:
- Marriage of Thomas Shelswell and Catherine Mann, Lighthorne, 15 May 1809
- Marriage of Joseph Mumford and Ann Shelswell, Byfield, 30 November 1829
- Marriage of John Mumford and Catherine Shelswell, Byfield, 15 October 1840
- Baptism of Catherine, daughter of Thomas and Catherine Shelswell, Kineton, 17 November 1813
- Baptism of Ann, daughter of Thomas and Catherine Shelswell, Middleton Cheney, 1 December 1844
- Baptisms of Charles (9 May 1810) and Daniel (2 October 1812) sons of Thomas and Catherine Shelswell, Kineton.
- Burials of Charles Shelswell (11 May 1824), Daniel Shelswell, (5 January 1838) and William Worrall (5 September 1841), Kineton.
- Marriage of Thomas Shelswell and Ann Preedy, Tadmarton, 25 November 1819.
- Burials of Joseph Mumford (16 November 1841) and Ann Mumford (23 May 1850), Long Compton.

[no title]  DR 98/1931/9  30 July 1851

Contents:
Affidavit of Charles Mann of Compton Verney, farmer, concerning the title (see no. 7)

[no title or date]  DR 98/1931/10

Contents:
Conveyance from John Mumford of Long Compton, farmer, and Catherine his wife, Daniel Shelswell of the same, farmer, and Ann Shelswell of the same, spinster, to Josiah Woodley of Great Kington, gent., of the said piece of land, 15 July 1851. With bond and merger of rent charge.

[no title]  DR 98/1931/11  1806

Contents:
Schedule of deeds (1888) from

[no title]  DR 98/1931/12  4 January 1888

Contents:
Conveyance from the trustees of the will of Josiah Woodley to a trustee of the will of the late Henry Peyto Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, of the said piece of land

[no title]  DR 98/1931/13  1 June 1888

Contents:
Similar trustee deed

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1932  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Packet labelled: 'As to nos. 235 and 237, Kineton H.P. Purchase from Mumfords Trustee'

[no title]  DR 98/1932/1  24 October 1842

Contents:
Copy of court roll for the manor of Great Kington, admitting Richard Mumford of Whichford, carpenter, as the heir of Joseph Mumford, late of Long Compton, farmer, to a house and windmill at Great Kington

[no title]  DR 98/1932/2  9 October 1855

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission to the same of the trustees under the will of Richard Mumford

[no title]  DR 98/1932/3  27 May 1868

Contents:
Particulars and conditions of sale

[no title or date]  DR 98/1932/4

Contents:
Abstract of title (1868), from 1855, with supplement.

[no title]  DR 98/1932/5  8 December 1862

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission to the same of a trustee of Henry Verney Lord Willoughby de Broke

[no title]  DR 98/1932/6  8 December 1868

Contents:
Covenant to surrender the said copyhold premises between the trustees of Richard Mumford and Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke

[no title]  DR 98/1932/7  17 February 1873

Contents:
Conveyance to uses from Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, of the said premises and a messuage in Hog Lane, Kineton

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1933  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Packet labelled: 'As to nos. 238, 240-43, 245, 246, 253, 254, 286, 287, 299, 244, 282, 283, 263b pt. Kineton, H.P. Purchase from Wm. Smith's trustees and their mortgagees'.

[no title]  DR 98/1933/1  4 June 1839

Contents:
Copy of court roll for the manor of Great Kington recording the conditional surrender by way of mortgage of a house and 13 closes of land in Great Kington by Fiens Smith of Great Kington, farmer, to Hugh Williams of Great Kington, esq.

[no title]  DR 98/1933/2  4 June 1839

Contents:
Covenant between the said parties concerning the said mortgage and that Hugh Williams is acting as trustee for Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke

[no title]  DR 98/1933/3  28 October 1870

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission to the same of William Smith of Great Kington, farmer, son of Fiens Smith

[no title]  DR 98/1933/4  29 November 1872

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission to the same of the trustees of the late William Smith

[no title]  DR 98/1933/5  21 February 1873

Contents:
Covenant by the trustees of the will of William Smith to surrender the same to Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, With map.

[no title]  DR 98/1933/6  24 February 1873

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender, as arranged in no. 5, to a trustee for Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke

[no title]  DR 98/1933/7  24 February 1873

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the conditional surrender of the same by way of mortgage by Lord Willoughby de Broke's trustee to the Reverend Archibald Malcolm of Dunstan, co. Oxon., and Colonel George Henry Willis of the United Service Club Pall Mall

[no title]  DR 98/1933/8  24 February 1873

Contents:
Covenant between the said parties and Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, arranging the said mortgage

[no title]  DR 98/1933/9  1 November 1873

Contents:
Death certificate of Archibald Malcolm, vicar of Duns Tew

[no title]  DR 98/1933/10  6 May 1875

Contents:
Covenant concerning the said premises between Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke and the trustees of the will of Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke

[no title]  DR 98/1933/11  7 May 1875

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the said premises by Lord Willoughby de Broke's trustee and his surviving mortgagee, Colonel George Henry Willis and the admission thereto of the trustees of the will of the late Henry Peyto Lord Willoughby de Broke

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1934  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Packet labelled: 'As to no. 262, 263p, 284.
Kineton R.J.
Purchase from [Selina] Colegrave', 1891.

[no title]  DR 98/1934/1  6 February 1726/7

Contents:
Copy of court roll for the manor of Great Kington, recording the admission of William Mitchell of Great Kington, butcher, and Elizabeth his wife, to a half part and the sixth part of a virgate in Great Kington

[no title]  DR 98/1934/2  24 October 1750

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of Providence Close and a half yardland, by Thomas Ayleworth and Penelope his wife and the admission thereto of Robert Crofts and Susanna his wife

[no title]  DR 98/1934/3  19 October 1795

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of a piece of land (awarded at the Inclosure in lieu of a half yardland) and a close called Providence Close with house built thereon by Robert Crofts of Great Kington, gent., and Susanna his wife, and the admission thereto of Robert Crofts

[no title]  DR 98/1934/4  March 1799

Contents:
Copy will of Robert Crofts of Great Kington, gent., dated 21 October 1795, proved in

[no title]  DR 98/1934/5  14 April 1800

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording conditional surrender by way of mortgage of the premises described in no. 3 by Richard Abbotts and Susanna his wife (grand-daughter and heiress of the late Robert Crofts, and daughter of Robert Crofts the younger) and the admission thereto of Thomas Chapman of Wellesbourne, builder

[no title]  DR 98/1934/6  31 July 1801

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording a further charge on the said premises from Richard Abbotts and Susanna his wife to Thomas Chapman

[no title]  DR 98/1934/7  10 June 1802

Contents:
Extract from the will of Thomas Chapman of Wellesbourne, builder

[no title]  DR 98/1934/8  3 April 1804

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission to the premises described in no. 3 of William Chapman of Wellesbourne, builder, as the heir of Thomas Chapman and as the mortgagee of Richard Abbotts

[no title]  DR 98/1934/9  2 April 1804

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the premises described in no. 3 by Richard Abbotts of Great Kington, yeoman, and Susanna his wife, and their mortgagee, William Chapman, and the admission thereto of Thomas Abbotts of Great Kington, draper, 3 April 1804
With warrant of attorney

[no title]  DR 98/1934/10  24 May 1809

Contents:
Release from Thomas Abbotts, late of Great Kington, farmer, and now of Skinner Street, London, wholesale draper, to Job Findon of Wellesbourne, farmer, of his right in a stable, pigsties, garden and one half of a well in Great Kington, built upon the waste land of the manor

[no title]  DR 98/1934/11  24 April 1811

Contents:
Grant from Thomas Abbotts of Skinner Street, London, warehouseman, to Charles Robert Hinrich of Cecil Street, The Strand, co. Middx., gent., of an annuity charged upon a leasehold messuage, being no. 10 Skinner Street, for the lives of Charles Robert Hinrich, Ann Charlotte his wife and Henry Bromley Hinrich their son; and for securing the payment of the same, Thomas Abbotts agrees to surrender conditionally the premises in Great Kington described in no. 3

[no title or date]  DR 98/1934/12

Contents:
Petition in bankruptcy by Ann Charlotte Hinrich of Twickenham, co. Middx., widow, and Henry Bromley Hinrich of the same, gent., against Thomas Abbotts and Richard Abbotts; and other papers.

[no title]  DR 98/1934/13  25 March 1823

Contents:
Conveyance by the commissioners of, and assignees in, bankruptcy of Thomas and Richard Abbotts of Skinner Street, London, wine-merchants and co-partners, to Ann Charlotte Hinrich of Twickenham, co. Middx., widow, and Henry Bromley Hinrich of the same, esq., of the premises described in no. 3

[no title]  DR 98/1934/14  29 August 1823

Contents:
Lease from Henry Bromley Hinrich of Moulsey, co. Surrey, esq., to Samuel Garrett of the Red Lion Inn, Kington, victualler, of the premises described in no. 3;

[no title]  DR 98/1934/15  16 October 1823

Contents:
Copy of court roll, ratifying no. 13 above

[no title]  DR 98/1934/16  26 October 1824

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission to premises described in no. 3, of Henry Bromley Hinrich of West Moulsey, co. Surrey, esq.

[no title]  DR 98/1934/17  21 November 1817

Contents:
Copy will of Charles Robert Hinrich of Cecil Street, Strand, co. Middx., 13 August 1816, proved

[no title]  DR 98/1934/18  22 April 1836

Contents:
Agreement between Sir Henry Bromley Hinrich of Torrington Square, co. Middx., and Josiah Woodley of Kineton, watchmaker, for the sale and purchase of the premises described in no. 3;

[no title]  DR 98/1934/19  27 September 1836

Contents:
Release of dower on the said premises from Elizabeth Abbotts of Vauxhall, co. Surrey, widow, to Sir Henry Bromley Hinrich

[no title or date]  DR 98/1934/20

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the said premises by Sir Henry Bromley Hinrich, 30 September 1836. (with deputation to take surrender, 26 September 1836).

[no title]  DR 98/1934/21  April 1837

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission to the said premises of Josiah Woodley of Great Kington, watchmaker,.26 October 1836
With legal bill, settled 11

[no title]  DR 98/1934/22  30 July 1841

Contents:
Declaration of Josiah Woodley of Great Kineton, ironmonger, concerning the tithes charged on Lower Paradise Close

[no title]  DR 98/1934/23  4 October 1886

Contents:
Extract from will of Josiah Woodley

[no title]  DR 98/1934/24  1836

Contents:
Schedule of deeds (1891) from

[no title]  DR 98/1934/25  7 March 1891

Contents:
Valuation

[no title]  DR 98/1934/26  1844

Contents:
Extracts from court rolls (1891) concerning the holdings of Josiah Woodley, from

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1935  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Packet labelled: 'Deeds relating to property purchased from the Reverend [F.R. Miller] and added to the [Kineton] living, 1863.'

[no title]  DR 98/1935/1  25 October 1793

Contents:
Copy of court roll for the manor of Great Kington, recording the admission of Samuel Kilby of Great Kington, glover, to a tenement at Great Kington

[no title]  DR 98/1935/2  27 October 1841

Contents:
Conveyance from the trustees of the will of the late Samuel Kilby to Francis Richard Miller of Kineton, clerk, of the said tenement

[no title]  DR 98/1935/3  27 October 1841

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission of F.R. Miller to the same

[no title]  DR 98/1935/4  6 November 1860

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender by Charles Wood of Great Kington, yeoman, of a cottage in Great Kington, and the admission thereto of the Reverend Francis Richard Miller of Great Kington

[no title]  DR 98/1935/5  6 November 1860

Contents:
Bond to accompany no. 4

[no title]  DR 98/1935/6  23 October 1861

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender by Daniel Davenport the elder of Great Kington, yeoman, and Sophia his wife, of a cottage in Great Kington, and the admission thereto of the Reverend Francis Richard Miller

[no title]  DR 98/1935/7  1863

Contents:
Rough plan of property at Kineton to be 'purchased of the Revd. F.R. Miller'

[no title]  DR 98/1935/8  1 October 1863

Contents:
Deed of enfranchisement from the trustees under the will of John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, to the Reverend Francis Richard Miller of Kineton, of three cottages with land in Great Kington

[no title]  DR 98/1935/9  23 October 1863

Contents:
Conveyance from Francis Richard Miller and Georgiana Jane Dowager Lady Willoughby de Broke, to Francis Richard Miller and his successor vicars of Kineton, of the premises described in no. 8
With plan.

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1936  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Packet labelled: 'As to no. 263b.pt., Kineton H.P. Purchase from Print'

[no title]  DR 98/1936/1  29 October 1804

Contents:
Copy of court roll for the manor of Great Kington recording the surrender by Elizabeth Abbotts of a messuage in Great Kington and the admission thereto of William Adkins of Great Kington, joiner

[no title]  DR 98/1936/2  29 October 1817

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by William Adkins of Great Kington, joiner, and the admission thereto of Orange Wigginton of Butlers Marston, farmer

[no title]  DR 98/1936/3  4 August 1840

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by Orange Wigginton of Shipston-on-Stour, gent., and Mary Ann his wife, and the admission thereto of William Walton of Loxley, weaver

[no title or date]  DR 98/1936/4

Contents:
Copy court roll recording the surrender of the same by William Walton of Loxley, weaver, and the admission thereto of Richard Print of Nethercote Lodge, Great Wolford, labourer, 21 October 1862. With legal bill.

[no title]  DR 98/1936/5  12 April 1865

Contents:
Fire insurance policy on the said premises

[no title]  DR 98/1936/6  24 December 1874

Contents:
Burial certificate of William Walton of Loxley

[no title]  DR 98/1936/7  12 March 1874

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by Richard Print of Butlers Marston, yeoman, and Hannah his wife, and the admission thereto of a trustee for Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke

[no title]  DR 98/1936/8  6 May 1875

Contents:
Covenant concerning the transfer of the same to new trustees

[no title]  DR 98/1936/9  7 May 1875

Contents:
Assignment as arranged in no. 8

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1937  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Packet labelled: 'As to no. 263d, Kineton H.P. Purchase from Armitts Trustees'.

[no title]  DR 98/1937/1  1 January 1776

Contents:
Lease from George Earl Brooke and Earl of Warwick to Richard Wilkins of Great Kington, tailor, of a messuage and two shops in the Market Place, Great Kington

[no title]  DR 98/1937/2  5 March 1813

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from George Earl Brooke and Earl of Warwick to Samuel Eglington of Kineton, innkeeper, of premises in the Market Place comprising the New Inn and a messuage nearby, 4 and

[no title]  DR 98/1937/3  5 March 1813

Contents:
Covenant between the said parties for the production of title deeds, with schedule from 1716

[no title]  DR 98/1937/4  22 August 1851

Contents:
Conveyance from George Garrett of Kineton, carpenter, to Mary Armitt of the same, innkeeper, of two messuages in the Market Place

[no title]  DR 98/1937/5  6 July 1882

Contents:
Affidavit of Daniel Walker of Kineton, auctioneer, concerning the title of the late Mary Armitt to the said premises

[no title or date]  DR 98/1937/6

Contents:
Certificates obtained in 1882
- Marriage of John Armitt and Mary Eglington, Kineton, 21 August 1822
- Burial of John Armitt, Kineton, 28 August 1836
- Marriage of Thomas Garrett and Mary Worrall, Kineton, 26 December 1848
- Birth and baptism of Alice Margaret, daughter of Thomas and Mary Garrett, 7 January and 3 February 1861
- Death and burial of Mary Garrett, 21 and 25 January 1881

[no title]  DR 98/1937/7  13 July 1882

Contents:
Conveyance from the trustees of Mary Armitt to Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, of three houses in the Market Place
With plan.

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1938  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Parcel of deeds relating to premises in Kineton belonging to John Smith and mortgaged to Henry Peyto Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke in 1841.

[no title]  DR 98/1938/1  17 April 1730

Contents:
Copy of court roll for the manor of Great Kington recording the surrender of a house with two tenements etc. in Kington by John Hawtree and Anne his wife, and Elizabeth Hicks, widow, and the admission thereto of John Bass, gent.

[no title]  DR 98/1938/2  13 May 1766

Contents:
Copy will of John Bass of Ockham, co. Surrey, clerk in Holy Orders, 3 December 1764, proved

[no title]  DR 98/1938/3  20 January 1768

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission to a house and lands in Kington of John Welchman of Great Kington, surgeon, (to whom the premises had been mortgaged by John Bass on 20 May 1765)

[no title]  DR 98/1938/4  23 September 1771

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission of Ann Bass, widow of Richard Bass, gent., and mother of the late Reverend John Bass, to her dower rights and life interest in 4¼ yardlands, and house belonging thereto, and a half and a sixth of a yardland, and a quarter of a yardland in Great Kington

[no title]  DR 98/1938/5  23 September 1771

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the premises described in no. 4 by John Welchman of Great Kington, surgeon, Ann Bass of Stratford-upon-Avon, and Margaret Coker, wife of Ebenezer Coker of Clerkenwell, co. Middx., silversmith (and cousin and devisee of John Bass) and the admission thereto of John Chandler of Great Kington, innholder

[no title]  DR 98/1938/6  23 September 1771

Contents:
Agreement between John Baylis of Stratford-upon-Avon, apothecary, John Chandler of Great Kington, innholder, Ann Bass of Great Kington, widow and Ebenezer Coker of Clerkenwell, silversmith and Margaret his wife, concerning the purchase of the said premises

[no title]  DR 98/1938/7  23 September 1771

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the conditional surrender, by way of mortgage, of the said premises, by John Chandler, and the admission thereto of John Baylis

[no title]  DR 98/1938/8  22 July 1776

Contents:
Copy will of John Chandler the elder of Great Kington, innholder, 25 September 1775, proved

[no title]  DR 98/1938/9  1790-91

Contents:
Extract from the Great Kington Inclosure Award

[no title]  DR 98/1938/10  30 December 1793

Contents:
Copy of court roll, recording the surrender of the premises described in no. 4 by Mary Baylis of Birmingham, spinster, only daughter of the late John Baylis, and the admission thereto, as mortgagees, of Joseph Rabone and Joseph Gibbs, both of Birmingham, button-makers

[no title]  DR 98/1938/11  14 October 1802

Contents:
Conveyance from Edward Chandler of Great Kington, gent., (son and heir of the late John Chandler) to John Smith of Shennington, co. Glos., gent., of the equity of redemption in the premises described in no. 4, subject to a mortgage to Joseph Gibbs and Joseph Rabone

[no title]  DR 98/1938/12  7 May 1810

Contents:
Copy will of John Cook of Tachbrooke, gent., 26 October 1808, proved

[no title]  DR 98/1938/13  4 October 1809

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the said premises by Joseph Rabone and Joseph Gibbs, and the admission thereto of John Smith of Shennington, co. Glos., gent., and his mortgagee, Clement Tibbitts of Wroxall, yeoman

[no title]  DR 98/1938/14  11 January 1812

Contents:
Assignment from John Smith of Shennington, yeoman, to William Tibbitts the elder and William Tibbitts the younger, both of Warwick, gents., of the equity of redemption in the said premises in trust to sell and pay off mortgage

[no title]  DR 98/1938/15  14 October 1813

Contents:
Re-assignment from William Tibbits the elder and William Tibbits the younger, at the direction of Clement Tibbits of Wroxall, yeoman, to John Smith, of the said equity of redemption, the mortgage having been repaid

[no title]  DR 98/1938/16  18 October 1813

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the conditional surrender by way of mortgage, of the said premises by John Smith and the admission thereto of Thomas Cook of Whitnash, gent.

[no title]  DR 98/1938/17  9 November 1813

Contents:
Assignment from John Smith to Josiah Barnett of Warwick, liquor merchant, and James Loveday of the same, auctioneer, of the equity of redemption of the said premises in trust to sell and pay off mortgage

[no title or date]  DR 98/1938/18

Contents:
Copy will of James Loveday of Warwick, auctioneer, 17 July 1820, proved 5 July 1821 (with administration).

[no title]  DR 98/1938/19  12 August 1826

Contents:
Copy will of Thomas Cook of Whitnash, gent., dated 10 April 1826, proved

[no title]  DR 98/1938/19a  12 February 1827

Contents:
Declaration by the executors of Thomas Cook that money lent by Thomas Cook was the proper money of Edward Billington Wheeler and Sarah Cooke

[no title]  DR 98/1938/20  2 November 1833

Contents:
Copy will of William Cook of Leek Wootton, farmer, dated 4 January 1832, proved

[no title]  DR 98/1938/21  30 July 1835

Contents:
Copy extract from will of Sarah Cooke of Tachbrooke, widow, dated 25 May 1832, proved

[no title]  DR 98/1938/22  6 January 1835

Contents:
Copy will of John Smith of Great Kington, yeoman, dated 28 January 1833, proved

[no title]  DR 98/1938/23  26 October 1836

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission to the said premises of John Smith's trustees

[no title or date]  DR 98/1938/24

Contents:
Abstract of nos. 22-23.

[no title]  DR 98/1938/25  1768

Contents:
Abstract of title (1838) to the above, from

[no title]  DR 98/1938/26  19 January 1839

Contents:
Copy grant of probate of will of Edward Billington Wheeler

[no title]  DR 98/1938/27  13 May 1839

Contents:
Affidavit of James Williams of Warwick, gent., concerning Thomas Cook and his children

[no title]  DR 98/1938/28  c. 1839

Contents:
Succession duty account paid by the executors of John Smith, late of Great Kington

[no title or date]  DR 98/1938/29

Contents:
Certificates obtained in 1839
- Marriage of James Loveday and Ann Watkins, Warwick 26 December 1793.
- Baptism of James, son of James and Ann Loveday, Warwick 10 July 1803.
- Marriage of Thomas Cook and Mary Young, Radford Semele 11 November 1800.
- Baptism of William, son of Thomas and Mary Cook, Radford Semele 30 September 1802.
- Burial of Josiah Barnett, Warwick, ...1819.
- Burial of James Loveday,... 1820

[no title]  DR 98/1938/30  1791

Contents:
Additional abstract of title to the above premises (1839) of the trustees of John Smith, from

[no title]  DR 98/1938/31  1808-1830

Contents:
Extracts (made in 1839) from the wills of John Cook, Thomas Cook, William Cook, Sarah Cook and Edward Billington Wheeler (also included in no. 25)

[no title or date]  DR 98/1938/32

Contents:
Additional abstract of title (1839) from 1775, with opinions.

[no title]  DR 98/1938/33  17 May 1839

Contents:
Agreement to surrender copyhold tenements by the representatives of the late William Cook of Leek Wootton, farmer, and the executors and devisees of the late John Smith, to Fiens Smith of Great Kington, farmer

[no title or date]  DR 98/1938/34

Contents:
Abstract of no. 33.

[no title]  DR 98/1938/35  4 June 1839

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the said premises by the executors of the late William Cook, son of Thomas Cook (see no. 16), as mortgagees, and the admission thereto of John Smith, Thomas Smith and William Smith, all of Great Kington, farmers, sons of the late John Smith

[no title]  DR 98/1938/36  4 June 1839

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the said premises by John Smith, Thomas Smith and William Smith, all of Great Kington, farmers, and the admission thereto of Fiens Smith of the same, farmer

[no title]  DR 98/1938/37  June-July 1839

Contents:
Legacy receipts from devisees under the will of the late John Smith of Great Kington, farmer (no. 22), viz. his sons, Daniel, Fiens and Joseph, and his daughters, Ann Smith, Elizabeth wife of Thomas Jones, Mary wife of Robert Flint, Sarah wife of Robert Buffery, and Diana wife of John Widowson

[no title]  DR 98/1938/38  25 January 1841

Contents:
Covenant between Fiens Smith, John Smith, Thomas Smith and William Smith concerning a mortgage of even date of the said premises to Henry Pey to Lord Willoughby de Broke

[no title]  DR 98/1938/39  1862-3

Contents:
Succession duty accounts to be paid by John Smith, William Smith and Fiens Smith, on the death of John Smith (d. 25 Jan 1862)

[no title]  DR 98/1938/40  23 June 1871

Contents:
Succession duty account to be paid by William Smith on the death of Fiens Smith (d. 24 February 1869)

[no title]  DR 98/1938/41  22 February 1873

Contents:
Affidavit of Josiah Woodley of Kineton, maltster, concerning John Smith the elder and the disposition of his estate

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1939  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Packet labelled: 'The Lord Willoughby de Broke. Title Deeds from Wm. Kendall', relating to Little Kineton.

[no title]  DR 98/1939/1  9 July 1799

Contents:
Copy of court roll for the manor of Little Kington, Combrooke and Brookhampton, recording the admittance to a messuage in Little Kington of Thomas Fennell the younger of Little Kington, shopkeeper, as the devisee of Samuel Worrall, late of Little Kington, labourer

[no title]  DR 98/1939/2  15 August 1814

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by Mary Archer of Little Kington, spinster, and the admission thereto of Joseph Manton of Little Kington, gardener

[no title]  DR 98/1939/3  23 November 1819

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of a new house built on the site of a house, shop, brewhouse etc. in Little Kington by Thomas Fennell of Little Kington, shopkeeper and the admission thereto of William Kingerlee of Great Kington, wheelwright and carpenter, and Daniel Kingerlee of Butlers Marston, wheelwright

[no title]  DR 98/1939/3a  23 April 1827

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by William Kingerlee of Great Kington, wheelwright and carpenter, Anne his wife, and Daniel Kingerlee of Butlers Marston, wheelwright and Susanna his wife, and the admission thereto of William Wesson of Butlers Marston, farmer

[no title]  DR 98/1939/4  2 March 1786

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission to a house in Little Kington of Elizabeth Green, wife of John Green of Little Kington, gardener

[no title]  DR 98/1939/5  23 April 1827

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of a plot of land on which the said house was built, by John Green and Susanna his (second) wife, and the admission thereto of William Wesson of Butlers Marston, farmer

[no title]  DR 98/1939/6  26 October 1825

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the conditional surrender by way of mortgage by Joseph Manton of Little Kington, labourer, and Esther his wife, of a house and small close in Little Kington, and the admission thereto of John Green of Great Kington, gardener

[no title]  DR 98/1939/7  23 April 1827

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the said premises, on the repayment of the mortgage, by John Green and the re-admission thereto of Joseph Manton

[no title]  DR 98/1939/8  23 April 1827

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by Joseph Manton and the admittance thereto of William Wesson of Butlers Marston, farmer

[no title]  DR 98/1939/9  21 January 1831

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender by William Wesson of Butlers Marston, farmer, and Mary Ann his wife, of a house and close in Little Kington (nos. 6-8), a piece of land on which a house once stood (nos. 4-5), a newly-built house (no.3), and a piece of land whereon a tenement once stood, (?nos. 1-2), and the admission thereto of William Edward King of Little Kington, esq.

[no title]  DR 98/1939/10  1 August 1843

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission to the said premises of Elizabeth Grimbley (wife of Thomas Grimbley) and Sophia Maria King, the daughters and heiresses of the late William Edward King

[no title]  DR 98/1939/11  1 August 1843

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission (as dower) into the third part of the same, of Elizabeth Curtis, wife of John Curtis of Deddington, co. Oxon., excise clerk, formerly wife of William Edward King

[no title]  DR 98/1939/12  1 August 1843

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the said rights by John Curtis and Elizabeth his wife and the admission thereto of Elizabeth Grimbley and Sophia Maria King

[no title]  DR 98/1939/13  1 August 1842

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of their half of the same by Thomas Grimbley and Elizabeth his wife, and the admission thereto of a trustee on behalf of Sophia Maria King

[no title]  DR 98/1939/14  20 November 1846

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the entire premises by Sophia Maria King and the admission thereto of William Kendall of Little Kington, gent.

[no title]  DR 98/1939/15  1786

Contents:
Abstract of title (1843) from

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1940  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Deeds relating to copyhold premises in Combrooke surrendered by Thomas Hewitt to Lord Willoughby de Broke in 1848.

[no title]  DR 98/1940/1  10 November 1815

Contents:
Copy of court roll of the manor of Little Kington, Combrooke and Brookhampton recording the admittance to a house in Combrooke of Mary wife of Francis Wells and her daughter Elizabeth Hewitt, wife of Thomas Hewitt of Combrooke, yeoman, (kinswomen and heirs of John Walton late of Combrooke)

[no title]  DR 98/1940/2  28 October 1840

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission to the same of William Hewitt of Combrooke, labourer, son and heir of the late Elizabeth Hewitt

[no title]  DR 98/1940/3  28 October 1844

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission to the same of Thomas Hewitt, father and heir of the late William Hewitt

[no title]  DR 98/1940/4  1775

Contents:
Abstract of title (1848) to the same, from

[no title]  DR 98/1940/5  28 December 1848

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by Thomas Hewitt of Great Kington, yeoman, into the hands of Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1941  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Deeds relating to copyhold premises in Combrook surrendered by John King to Lord Willoughby de Broke in 1848.

[no title]  DR 98/1941/1  8 January 1768

Contents:
Copy of court roll for the manor of Little Kington, Combrooke and Brookhampton, recording the admittance to a house in Combrooke of Richard Austin of Combrooke, weaver

[no title]  DR 98/1941/2  10 November 1817

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of two cottages in Combrooke by David Weston of Combrooke, gent., and the admission thereto of William Weston of Combrooke, labourer

[no title]  DR 98/1941/3  10 November 1817

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of one of the cottages by William Weston, and the admission thereto of Ann Weston of Combrooke, spinster

[no title]  DR 98/1941/4  26 October 1836

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission of Thomas Wesson of Combrooke, yeoman, to five cottages in Combrooke

[no title]  DR 98/1941/5  26 October 1836

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the said five cottages by Thomas Wesson, and the admission thereto of the said Thomas Wesson for life, with remainder to his sister, Ann Wesson, and his nephew, John King

[no title or date]  DR 98/1941/6

Contents:
Burial certificates of Thomas Weston, 30 May 1837, and Ann Weston, 3 January 1841, both of Combrooke.

[no title]  DR 98/1941/7  28 October 1844

Contents:
Copy of court roll, recording the admission of John King to the said five cottages

[no title]  DR 98/1941/8  1768

Contents:
Abstract of title (1848), from

[no title]  DR 98/1941/9  28 December 1848

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the said five cottages by John King of Combrooke, mason, into the hands of Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1942  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Deeds relating to copyhold premises in Combrooke surrendered by William Kenworthy Walker to Lord Willoughby de Broke in 1844.

[no title]  DR 98/1942/1  1755

Contents:
Abstract of title (1839 WM) from

[no title]  DR 98/1942/2  23 July 1844

Contents:
Declaration of Mary Bolter on Combrooke and Samuel Eales of the same, weaver

[no title or date]  DR 98/1942/3

Contents:
Copy certificates, 23 July 1844
- Marriage of William Eales and Elizabeth Powers, Combrooke, 25 July 1771
- Baptism of Samuel son of William and Elizabeth Eales, 18 June 1772
- Burial of William Eales, 5 February 1792

[no title or date]  DR 98/1942/4

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender by William Kenworthy Walker of The Grange, co. Leics., esq., into the hands of Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke, of two tenements in Combrooke, 13 September 1844
(With affidavit of Thomas Burbidge of Leicester, gent. 8 October 1844)

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1943  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Deeds relating to copyhold premises in Combrooke surrendered by Mrs. Jane McPherson to Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke, in 1828.

[no title]  DR 98/1943/1  14 November 1740

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of a quarter of a yardland in Combrooke by John Hale and Ann his wife and the admission thereto Edward Eden of Oxhill, gent.

[no title]  DR 98/1943/2  30 October 1727

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender by Richard Loix of Hornton, co. Oxon., and Elizabeth his wife, of a house, two cottages and 3¼ yardlands in Combrooke, and the admission thereto of Edward Eden of Oxhill, gent.

[no title]  DR 98/1943/3  11 March 1747/8

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the premises described in nos. 1,2,5 by Ann Paine of Oxhill, widow, and her re-admission thereto.

[no title]  DR 98/1943/4  11 March 1747/8

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of premises in no. 2 by Anne Paine (as heir at law of Edward Eden, gent.) and the admission thereto of her youngest son, Thomas Paine of Oxhill

[no title]  DR 98/1943/5  11 March 1747

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of a close in Combrooke by Anne Paine (as heir of Edward Eden), and the admission thereto of her youngest son, Thomas Paine

[no title]  DR 98/1943/6  27 October 1768

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission of Jane Paine, widow of Thomas Paine, to the premises described in no. 4

[no title]  DR 98/1943/7  1772

Contents:
Act of Parliament for enclosing the open fields of Little Kington, Combrooke and Brookhampton

[no title]  DR 98/1943/8  10 December 1766

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of a house and five allotments of land by Joseph Shelburne of Warwick, gent., (as mortgagee of Jane Paine, widow) and the admission thereto of her daughter, Jane, wife of Richard Lambert of Campden, co. Glos.

[no title]  DR 98/1943/9  30 June 1826

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission to the said premises of Jane McPherson, widow of Robert McPherson of Hatton Rock, gent., and daughter and only child of the late Richard and Jane Lambert

[no title]  DR 98/1943/10  1754

Contents:
Abstract of title (1828) of Mrs. [Jane] McPherson, from

[no title]  DR 98/1943/11  20 October 1828

Contents:
Affidavit of Jane McPherson of Campden, co. Glos., widow

[no title]  DR 98/1943/12  28 June 1828

Contents:
Conditions of sale of a farmhouse and 84 acres of land

[no title or date]  DR 98/1943/13

Contents:
Burial certificates of:
- Richard Lambert, Chipping Campden, 19 July 1816
- Jane Lambert, Evesham, 28 June 1825

[no title]  DR 98/1943/14  27 September 1828

Contents:
Valuation of timber on the said estate

[no title]  DR 98/1943/15  20 October 1828

Contents:
Surrender by Mrs. Jane McPherson of Campden, widow, of the said premises into the hands of Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1944  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Deeds relating to copyhold premises in Combrooke surrendered by Josiah Hales to Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke, in 1848

[no title]  DR 98/1944/1  1 March 1821

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission of Mary Page, wife of Luke Page of Shrewley, farmer, to two houses in Combrooke

[no title]  DR 98/1944/2  19 March 1841

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission to the same of Joseph Page of Tanworth, farmer

[no title]  DR 98/1944/3  19 March 1841

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the conditional surrender of the same, by way of mortgage, by Joseph Page, and the admission thereto of Thomas Holmes of Birmingham, gent.

[no title or date]  DR 98/1944/4

Contents:
Abstract of title, (1848), reciting nos. 1-3.

[no title]  DR 98/1944/5  27 October 1848

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the readmission of Joseph Page on repayment of the mortgage

[no title]  DR 98/1944/6-7  30 October 1848

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by Joseph Page of Birmingham and Sarah his wife and the admission thereto of Josiah Hales of Hemel Hempstead, co.Herts., pipe and pump manufacturer

[no title or date]  DR 98/1944/8

Contents:
Abstract of title (1848) reciting nos. 5-7.

[no title]  DR 98/1944/9  29 December 1848

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by Josiah Hales into the hands of Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke

[no title]  DR 98/1944/10  15 November 1758

Contents:
Abstract of title (1848) reciting a copy of court roll, 15 November 1758, admitting Joseph Olorenshaw to land and premises in Combrooke, of which the above deeds related to a part

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1945  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Deeds relating to copyhold premises in Combrooke, surrendered to Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke, by Hugh Williams.

[no title]  DR 98/1945/1  7 December 1820

Contents:
Copy of court roll, recording the surrender by Edward Greenway of Warwick, brickmaker, and Ann his wife, of a cottage in Combrooke, and the admission thereto of Moses Woodfield of Combrooke, shoemaker

[no title]  DR 98/1945/2  28 December 1827

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender by William Baylies of Shuckburgh, gent., of an adjoining cottage in Combrooke, and the admission thereto of Moses Woodfield

[no title]  DR 98/1945/3  31 July 1846

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the said two cottages by Moses Woodfield of Warwick, yeoman, and the admission thereto of Hugh Williams of Great Kington, esq.

[no title]  DR 98/1945/4  1785

Contents:
Abstract of title (1848) from

[no title]  DR 98/1945/5  28 December 1848

Contents:
Copy of court roll admitting Hugh Williams to the said premises

[no title]  DR 98/1945/6  28 December 1848

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by Hugh Williams into the hands of Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1946  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Deeds relating to copyhold premises in Combrooke, surrendered to Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke, by Moses Woodfield in 1842.

[no title]  DR 98/1946/1  7 December 1820

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admittance of Isaac Mortiboys of Alcester, plumber and glazier, to two houses in Combrooke

[no title]  DR 98/1946/2  27 October 1834

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by Isaac Mortiboys and Esther his wife, and Mary Mortiboys his mother, and the admission thereto of Moses Woodfield of Combrooke, cordwainer

[no title]  DR 98/1946/3  27 April 1842

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by Moses Woodfield of Combrooke, cordwainer, into the hands of Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1947  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Deeds relating to copyhold premises in Combrooke, surrendered by Daniel Walton to Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke in 1844.

[no title]  DR 98/1947/1  10 November 1815

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender by Leonard Ledbrook of Harbury, miller and Anne his wife, of a weaver's shop in Combrooke and the admission thereto of Richard Walton of Loxley, brickmaker

[no title]  DR 98/1947/2  28 October 1840

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission to the same of Daniel Walton, son of Richard Walton

[no title]  DR 98/1947/3  28 October 1844

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by Daniel Walton of Wellesbourne, farmer, and Sophia his wife into the hands of Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1948  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Deeds relating to copyhold premises in Combrooke surrendered by John Hewitt to Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke, in 1848.

[no title]  DR 98/1948/1  10 November 1815

Contents:
Copy of court roll admitting Thomas Walton (an infant) to a house (formerly a barn) in Combrooke

[no title]  DR 98/1948/2  24 June 1833

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by Thomas Walton of Combrooke, labourer, and Sarah his wife and the admission thereto of John Hewitt of Combrooke, labourer

[no title]  DR 98/1948/3  1815

Contents:
Abstract of title (1848), from

[no title]  DR 98/1948/4  1848

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by John Hewitt of Great Kington, butcher, into the hands of Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke, 28 December

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1949  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Deeds relating to copyhold premises in Combrooke, surrendered by John Woodfield to Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke in 1841.

[no title]  DR 98/1949/1  15 November 1758

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of a cottage in Combrooke by Thomas Garret, and the admission thereto of Daniel Woodfield

[no title]  DR 98/1949/2  10 November 1841

Contents:
Copy of court roll admitting to the same John Woodfield of Radway, yeoman (son of Daniel Woodfield)

[no title]  DR 98/1949/3  10 November 1841

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by John Woodfield and Martha his wife into the hands of Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby the Broke

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1950  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Deeds relating to a part of a copyhold messuage in Combrooke, surrendered to Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke by William Hunt.

[no title]  DR 98/1950/1  8 January 1768

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the north end of a cottage in Combrooke by Richard Austin of Combrooke, weaver, and the admission of John Adams of Whitchurch, yeoman

[no title]  DR 98/1950/2  6 February 1784

Contents:
Copy of court roll admitting to the same Joanna Hunt

[no title]  DR 98/1950/3  30 October 1809

Contents:
Copy of court roll admitting to the same her son, William Hunt of Combrooke, weaver

[no title]  DR 98/1950/4  7 April 1842

Contents:
Copy of court roll admitting to the same William Hunt of Combrooke, labourer, son of the said William Hunt

[no title]  DR 98/1950/5  27 April 1842

Contents:
Release of dower rights in the same from Elizabeth Treen (formerly wife of William Hunt the elder) to her son, William Hunt

[no title]  DR 98/1950/6  27 April 1842

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by William Hunt and Hannah his wife into the hands of Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke

[no title]  DR 98/1951/1  3 March 1762

Contents:
Copy of court roll admitting to a house, close and half yardland in Combrooke, Mary Allchurch of North Littleton, co. Worcs., daughter of Richard Hunt and grand-daughter of William Hunt

[no title]  DR 98/1951/2  15 March 1773

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by Mary Allchurch, wife of John Allchurch of North Littleton, papermaker, to John Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke

[no title]  DR 98/1952/1-2  26 October 1763

Contents:
Copies of court roll recording the admission of Richard Garrett of Stretton-upon-Fosse, yeoman, to lands in Combrooke

[no title]  DR 98/1952/3  15 March 1773

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by Richard Garrett and Mary his wife and the admission thereto of John Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke

[no title]  DR 98/1953/1  15 November 1758

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of a house and a half yardland in Combrooke by Joseph Hopkins and the admission thereto of Joseph Olorenshaw

[no title]  DR 98/1953/2  15 March 1773

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the half yardland by Joseph Olorenshaw of Kington, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife, John Olorenshaw of Compton Verney, yeoman, David Wesson of Hill Farm, Old Stratford, yeoman, and Mary his wife, Ann Olorenshaw of Compton Verney, spinster, and Richard Clarke of Moreton Morrell, labourer, and Ann his wife, and the admission thereto of John Peyto Lord Willoughby de Broke

[no title]  DR 98/1953/3  15 March 1773

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of a quarter of a yardland in Little Kington by Joseph Olorenshaw and the admission thereto of John Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke

[no title]  DR 98/1954/1  5 October 1744

Contents:
Copy of court roll admitting Barnabas Horseman to a messuage in Great Kington called the Red Lyon, together with a barn and two yardlands

[no title]  DR 98/1954/2  28 October 1782

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by Mary Horseman of Lower Pillerton, widow of Barnabas Horseman, and the admission to the same of John Court of Wellesbourne Hastings, innholder

[no title]  DR 98/1955/1  8 October 1798

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the admission of Charles Coates of Great Kington, tailor, to a cottage in Great Kington

[no title]  DR 98/1955/2  16 October 1805

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by Charles Coates and Ann his wife and the admission thereto of William Humphiss of Warwick, coal dealer

[no title]  DR 98/1955/3  5 December 1808

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by William Humphiss of Warwick, innkeeper, and Rebecca his wife, and the admission thereto of George Morris of Lighthorne, shopkeeper

[no title]  DR 98/1955/4  3 December 1833

Contents:
Copy of court roll admitting George Morris and Mary wife of George Crupper, children of George Morris, to sixth parts of the said premises, the surrender of the same by the latter and the admission thereto of Charles Wood and Thomas Cornelius Christy, both of Great Kington, yeoman

[no title]  DR 98/1955/5  1 January 1834

Contents:
Copy of court roll admitting Thomas Morris, William Morris and Catherine Heathcote, children of George Morris, to sixth parts of the said premises, and their surrender of the same to Charles Wood and Thomas Cornelius Christy

[no title]  DR 98/1956/1  24 October 1822

Contents:
Copy of court roll admitting John Cherry of Great Kington to a cottage in Great Kington

[no title]  DR 98/1956/2  30 August 1826

Contents:
Will of John Cherry of Great Kington, turner

[no title]  DR 98/1956/3  26 October 1831

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by Elizabeth Cherry, daughter of John Cherry and the admission thereto of Daniel Davenport of Compton Verney, yeoman

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1957  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Bundle of unrelated copyhold documents for the manor of Great Kington

[no title]  DR 98/1957/1  8 October 1705

Contents:
Copy of court roll admitting Thomas Nicholls and Jane his wife to a house in Great Kington

[no title]  DR 98/1957/2  14 October 1706

Contents:
Copy of court roll admitting Edward Curtis, Elizabeth his wife and Frances Hillifield, his daughter, to messuage and lands in Great Kington

[no title]  DR 98/1957/3  16 October 1724

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender by Thomas Haywood of a house with appurtenances in Great Kington and the admission thereto of Frances Holyfield of Kineton, spinster

[no title]  DR 98/1957/4  27 December 1824

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of a cottage at the corner of the churchyard in Great Kington by Charlotte Washbrook and William Washbrook, children of the late Jane Anne Washbrook, and the admission thereto of Charles Wood of Saint Margaret's, Westminster, co. Middx.

[no title]  DR 98/1957/5  26 October 1849

Contents:
Conveyance from Samuel Chandler of Little Kineton, gent., to John Enock, Messman of First Regiment of Life Guards, of two freehold cottages in Bridge Street, and copyhold land in the same

Combrook & Kineton  DR 98/1958  1921 - 1958

Contents:
Bundle of unrelated copyhold documents for the manor of Little Kington, Combrook and Brookhampton.

[no title]  DR 98/1958/1  1 April 1737

Contents:
Copy of court roll admitting William Hunt and Mary his wife to a messuage, close and one half yardland in Combrooke

[no title]  DR 98/1958/2  3 March 1767

Contents:
Copy of court roll admitting to a house in Little Kington Thomas Baylis of Little Kington, weaver, and Ann his wife, in place of William Lent, (alias Lenton) of Little Kington, labourer, and Jane his wife

[no title]  DR 98/1958/3  7 November 1764

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of a quarter of a yardland in Combrook by Richard Kinnell of Coventry, ribbon weaver, and the admission thereto of Joseph Olorenshaw of Compton Verney, yeoman

[no title]  DR 98/1958/4  27 October 1768

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of messuage and a quarter yardland in Little Kington by William Worrall of Lower Pillerton, yeoman, and Sarah his wife, and the admission thereto of Thomas Baylis of Little Kington, weaver

[no title]  DR 98/1958/5  25 October 1813

Contents:
Copy of court roll admitting to four tenements in Little Kington Thomas Bayliss of Little Kington, bleacher (son of Thomas Bayliss as in no. 2)

Lighthorne.  DR 98/1959-1963  [n.d.]

Lighthorne.  DR 98/1959  [n.d.]

Contents:
Packet of deeds relating to Ham Meadow, Lighthorne, purchased by John Peyto Lord Willoughby de Broke in 1812.

[no title]  DR 98/1959/1  27 May 1801

Contents:
Covenant between Joseph Lattimer of Lighthorne, yeoman, and Mary his wife (niece of the late Thomas Webb of Lighthorne, gent.) and James Hiorns of Ashow, yeoman, to declare the uses of a fine of messuage and lands (including Ham Meadow) in Lighthorne, (with copy).

[no title or date]  DR 98/1959/2

Contents:
Copy of fine, Trinity Term 1801

[no title or date]  DR 98/1959/3

Contents:
Abstract of title (1812) of William Lattimer to ground called the Hamme Meadow, from 1711

[no title]  DR 98/1959/4  2 and 3 June 1812

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from William Lattimer of Compton Verney, yeoman (son of Joseph Lattimer) and his mortgagee (William Ledbrook of Northend in Burton Dassett, gent.) to John Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke, of the Hamme Meadow

[no title]  DR 98/1959/5  3 June 1812

Contents:
Covenant by William Lattimer, to produce title deeds

[no title]  DR 98/1959/6  3 June 1812

Contents:
Surrender from Robert Green of Compton Verney, gent., to John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, of his right in the said land

[no title or date]  DR 98/1960

Contents:
Abstracts of title [1821] to an estate at Lighthorne, part of which was sold to Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke.

[no title or date]  DR 98/1960/1

Contents:
Abstract of title (undated) of Thomas Green to an estate at Lighthorne, from 1733

[no title or date]  DR 98/1960/2

Contents:
Another (1822), from 1770

[no title or date]  DR 98/1960/3

Contents:
Additional abstract of title (1828) of Mary Green and Thomas Green to an estate at Lighthorne, from 1822

[no title]  DR 98/1960/4  1824

Contents:
Abstract (1828) of mortgage securities affecting an estate at Lighthorne contracted to be sold by Thomas Green to Lord Willoughby de Broke, from

[no title or date]  DR 98/1960/5

Contents:
Abstract of title (1830) of Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, to a small portion of his property at Lighthorne, from 1733

Lighthorne.  DR 98/1961  [n.d.]

Contents:
Packet of deeds relating to a small piece of land at Lighthorne sold by John Green to Lord Willoughby de Broke in 1848

[no title or date]  DR 98/1961/1

Contents:
Abstract of title (1847) of John Green, from 1843

[no title]  DR 98/1961/2  10 April 1847

Contents:
Purchase agreement between John Green of Lighthorne, labourer, and Hugh Williams of Kineton, esq.

[no title]  DR 98/1961/3  8 January 1848

Contents:
Conveyance from John Green of Lighthorne, yeoman, and his mortgagee, Robert Green of the same, yeoman, to Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke, of half an acre in Lighthorne

Lighthorne.  DR 98/1962  [n.d.]

Contents:
Packet of deeds relating to land and houses in Lighthorne, sold by Robert Hawtin to Lord Willoughby de Broke in 1856.

[no title]  DR 98/1962/1  27 and 28 June 1820

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Thomas Green of Lighthorne, yeoman, and Mary Green his mother (widow of Thomas Green) to Robert Hawtin of Shipston-on-Stour, joiner, of a piece of land in Lighthorne

[no title]  DR 98/1962/2  4 July 1835

Contents:
Mortgage from Robert Hawten of Lighthorne, joiner, to Edward Whitehead of the same, mason, of the same piece of land, with three houses built thereon

[no title]  DR 98/1962/3  28 February 1837

Contents:
Further charge

[no title]  DR 98/1962/4  5 December 1845

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage from Edward Whitehead to Thomas Wallis of Rowington, farmer

[no title]  DR 98/1962/5  2 February 1846

Contents:
Fire insurance policy on nine cottages in Lighthorne, issued to Thomas Wallis

[no title]  DR 98/1962/6  20 November 1847

Contents:
Further charge

[no title]  DR 98/1962/7  17 July 1852

Contents:
Mortgage from Robert Hawtin to Thomas Pratt of Warwick, maltster, of the said piece of land with nine cottages built thereon

[no title or date]  DR 98/1962/8

Contents:
Additional abstract of title (1855) of Robert Hawtin, from 1846

[no title]  DR 98/1962/9  28 February 1855

Contents:
Disolaimer by William Wallis of Birmingham, timber-merchant, of trusts under the will of Thomas Wallis

[no title or date]  DR 98/1962/10

Contents:
Abstract of title (1856) of Robert Hawtin to land and cottages, from 1820

[no title]  DR 98/1962/11  2 April and 24 May 1856

Contents:
Declarations of James Roddis of Lighthorne, butcher, concerning the above property and its owners

[no title]  DR 98/1962/12  4 April 1856

Contents:
Case on the title, with counsel's opinion

[no title]  DR 98/1962/13  31 May 1856

Contents:
Requisitions on title

[no title]  DR 98/1962/14  5 July 1856

Contents:
Conveyance from Robert Hawtin of Lighthorne, farmer, and Maria his wife, and his mortgagees (Thomas Pratt of Warwick, maltster, and Thomas Ball of Cow Honeybourne, farmer, nephew and heir of the late William Wallis) of the said piece of land, thirteen tenements and a malthouse

Lighthorne.  DR 98/1963  17 and 18 December 1711

Contents:
Settlement on the marriage of John Webb, alias Morrell (son and heir apparent of Thomas Webb, alias Morrell, of Lighthorne, yeoman, and Susanna his wife) and Mary Watson, daughter of Walter Watson of Nethercote, yeoman, being a conveyance by lease and release from Thomas Webb to trustees (Thomas Neale of Over Pillerton, yeoman, and Stephen Andrews of Clifton, gent.) of a house and lands in Lighthorne

Chesterton  [no ref. or date]

Chesterton  DR 98/1964  1826

Contents:
Release from Edward, Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer, as heir of the trustee of the will of Margaret Peyto, late of Chesterton, spinster (see no. 1873) to Henry Peyto Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, of the patronage of the curacy of Chesterton, ---

Chesterton  DR 98/1965  23 March 1893

Contents:
Conveyance from the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England to Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, of land and building in Chesterton
With plan.

Burton Dassett  [no ref. or date]

Burton Dassett  DR 98/1966  [n.d.]

Contents:
Papers relating to Burton Dassett tithes.

[no title]  DR 98/1966/1  19 December 1539

Contents:
Copy grant from Henry VIII to Charles, Duke of Suffolk of the sites of Maxstoke and Arbury priories and the rectory and tithes of Burton Dassett

[no title or date]  DR 98/1966/2

Contents:
Abstract of no. 1.

[no title]  DR 98/1966/3  9 April 1772

Contents:
Extracts from the Inclosure Award for the hamlets of Knightcote and Northend in Burton Dassett, concerning the lands awarded in lieu of tithes

[no title]  DR 98/1966/4  8 and 9 July 1760

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Ann Smith of Prosperous Farm, Shalbourne, co. Berks., (?Wilts.) (daughter of John Smith, late of Burton Dassett, gent.) and John Tull of Carnaby Market, London, gent., (grandson of the said Richard Smith) to George Greville, Privy Councillor, of the tithes of Burton Dassett, Northend, Knightcote and Radway, and lands awarded under no. 3

[no title]  DR 98/1966/5  21 December 1849

Contents:
Declaration by Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke, of the merger of tithes in Burton Dassett.
With schedule

Burton Dassett  DR 98/1967  5 January 1833

Contents:
Agreement between Henry Ker Seymer of Handford, co. Dorset, esq., and John Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke for the sale and purchase of a rent charge issuing out of the manor of Burton Dassett
With associated papers, 1834-44

Burton Dassett  DR 98/1968  [n.d.]

Contents:
Original packet, labelled: 'As to nos. 453 and 454.
Burton Dassett. H.P. Exchange with King.'

[no title]  DR 98/1968/1  c. 1858

Contents:
Papers, mostly letters, to the Inclosure Commissioners 1861-3, but including a map of the land to be exchanged and a sale bill for Bedlam Farm, North End; Burton Dassett (with plan)

[no title]  DR 98/1968/2  1 January 1863

Contents:
Exchange between Henry Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, and Edward Bolton King of Chadshunt, esq., of pieces of land in Burton Dassett
With plan.

Radway  [no ref. or date]

Radway  DR 98/1969  [n.d.]

Contents:
Bundle of deeds relating to land at Radway, purchased from Ebenezer Barnett in 1854; labelled 'As to no. 163, Radway H.P., Purchase from Barnett.'

[no title or date]  DR 98/1969/1

Contents:
Will of Robert Jones of Charlecote, gent., dated 5 October 1780, proved 1787

[no title]  DR 98/1969/2  1 and 2 January 1794

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Susanna Jones of Charlecote, widow, and Robert Green of Combrook, gent. (surviving devisees in trust and executors of the will of Robert Jones) to James Moore of Charlecote, gent., of a piece of land in Radway

[no title or date]  DR 98/1969/3

Contents:
Fine between Samuel Chandler, plaintiff and James Moore, deforciant, of land in Radway, Easter Term 1794

[no title]  DR 98/1969/4  11 November 1795

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine (no. 3) viz. that Samuel Chandler of Great Kineton, gent., stands seized of the said premises solely as the trustee of James Moore of Charlecote, gent.

[no title]  DR 98/1969/5  11 and 12 November 1795

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from James Moore to Peter Moore of Charlecote, gent., of the said premises

[no title]  DR 98/1969/6  21 November 1796

Contents:
Mortgage from Peter Moore of Charlecote, gent., to Job Wilson of Burton Dassett, gent., of two pieces of land in Radway

[no title]  DR 98/1969/7  29 and 30 September 1800

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from Peter Moore of Charlecote, gent., to John Ilett of Kineton, hatter, of a piece of land in Radway

[no title]  DR 98/1969/8  30 September 1800

Contents:
Assignment of term of years created by mortgage of 21 November 1796 (no. 6) from Job Wilson of Kenilworth, gent., to a trustee for John Ilett

[no title]  DR 98/1969/9  1 October 1800

Contents:
Mortgage from John Ilett to Robert Weston of Lambcote in Ettington, farmer, of the said premises

[no title]  DR 98/1969/10  1 July 1812

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage (no. 9) from Robert Weston of Lambcote, farmer, to William Boddington of Sherborne, farmer

[no title]  DR 98/1969/11  1 and 2 December 1815

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from John Ilett of Kineton, hatter, with the consent of his mortgagee, William Boddington, of Sherborne, farmer and grazier, to Josiah Barnett of Warwick, liquor merchant, of the said piece of land

[no title]  DR 98/1969/12  30 October 1819

Contents:
Copy will of Josiah Barnett of Warwick, liquor merchant, dated 26 March 1819, proved

[no title]  DR 98/1969/13  10 and 11 January 1844

Contents:
Affidavits concerning the death of John Barnett in Canada

[no title or date]  DR 98/1969/14

Contents:
Copies of certificates, June 1852
- Marriage of John Barker Barnett and Anna Maria Dillon, St. Luke, Middx., 11 November 1822
- Burial of John Barnett at Islington, co. Middx., 5 June 1826
- Burial of Ebenezer Barnett at Tottenham Court Chapel, co. Middx., 8 September 1832
- Burial of Maria Ann Barnett at Islington, 24 November 1830

[no title]  DR 98/1969/15  2 July 1852

Contents:
Mortgage from Josiah Barnett of Marylebone, co. Middx., tailor, to Ebenezer Barnett of Epsom, co. Surrey, gent., of the said piece of land

[no title]  DR 98/1969/16  3 July 1852

Contents:
Declaration of Elizabeth Dillon of Holborn, co. Middx., concerning the Barnett pedigree

[no title]  DR 98/1969/17  5 May 1854

Contents:
Conveyance from Ebenezer Barnett of Epsom, co. Surrey, gent., to John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, of the said piece of land

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1970-2019  [n.d.]

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1970  1856

Contents:
Sale particulars, with plan, of estates in Frampton, Swineshead and Bicker, co. Lincs., with contract to purchase Lots 1 and 2, by James Ward, 1 August 1856, with draft conveyance of same (i.e. farmhouse and 181 acres in Frampton) to George Ward of Frampton, farmer, ...

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1971  19 April 1856

Contents:
Draft conveyance to John Brown of Wyberton, co. Lincs., farmer, of Lot 2 in same sale, i.e. a cottage and 21 acres in Frampton

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1972  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract for purchase of Lot 3, (i.e. houses and 30 acres in Frampton) to Daniel Goose of Frampton, farmer, 1 August 1856; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1973  19 April 1855

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract for purchase of Lot 5 (i.e. 6 acres in Frampton) by Joseph Parkinson of Wyberton, co. Lincs., farmer, 1 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1974  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract to purchase Lot 6 (i.e. 3 acres in Frampton) by Robert Blyth of Wyberton, co. Lincs., yeoman, 1 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1975  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract to purchase Lots 7 & 9, (i.e. 7 acres in Frampton) by Mary Lanes of Frampton, widow, 1 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1976  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract to purchase Lots 8 & 16 (i.e. 20 acres in Frampton) by John Brown of Frampton, farmer, 1 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1977  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract to purchase Lot 10 (i.e. one acre in Frampton) by James Lighton of Frampton, farmer, 1 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1978  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract to purchase Lot 11 (i.e. 3 acres in Frampton) by John Goodger of Skirbeck, co. Lincs., yeoman, 1 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1979  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract to purchase Lot 12 (i.e. 12 acres in Frampton) by William Waddington of Brothertoft, co. Lincs., farmer, 1 August 1855, with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1980  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract to purchase Lots 13 and 14 (i.e. two cottages and 4 acres in Frampton) by John Smith of Frampton, farmer, 1 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1981  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract to purchase Lot 15 (i.e. 8 acres in Frampton) by James Naylor of Kirton, co. Lincs., farmer, 1 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1982  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract to purchase Lot 17 (i.e. 4 acres in Swineshead) by Owen Holland of Swineshead, farmer, 1 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1983  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract to purchase Lot 18 (i.e. 2 acres in Bicker) by Michael Sharp of Lincoln, farmer, 1 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1984  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars, with plan, of estates in Helpringham, Swaton, Heckington and Scredington, co. Lincs., 2 August 1855; with contract to purchase Lots 1 and 17 (viz. a farmhouse and 86 acres in Helpringham and a cottage and four acres in Swaton) by William Cragg of Helpringham, esq., with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1985  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract to purchase Lots 2 and 3, (two farms totalling 215 acres in Helpringham) by George Chambers of Spanby, co. Lincs., farmer, 2 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1986  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract to purchase Lot 4 (a farm and 112 acres in Helpringham) by Joseph Barnes of Dogdyke, co. Lincs., farmer, 2 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1987  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract to purchase Lot 5 (the Willoughby de Broke Arms in Helpringham) by John Tomlinson of Helpringham, gent., 2 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1988  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract to purchase Lot 6 (59 acres in Helpringham) by George Chambers of Hockwold cum Wilton, co. Norfolk, farmer, 2 August 1855; with draft conveyance to George Chambers of Spanby, farmer

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1989  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract to purchase Lot 7 (a house in Helpringham) by William Taft of Helpringham, carrier, 2 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1990  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract to purchase Lot 8 (a cottage and seven acres of land in Helpringham) by Edward Robinson of Helpringham, farmer, 2 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1991  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract to purchase Lot 9 (a house and two acres in Helpringham) by William Gott of Helpringham, carrier, 2 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1992  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract to purchase Lot 10 (a house and six acres in Helpringham) by John Castledine of Wilsford, co. Lincs., cordwainer, 2 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1993  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract to purchase Lot 11 (a house in Helpringham) by Joseph Read of Helpringham, tailor, 2 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1994  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract to purchase Lot 12 (a house in Helpringham) by Charles Rodgers of Leaford, co. Lincs., gent., 2 August 1855; with draft conveyance to Charles Bools of Helpringham, labourer

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1995  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract to purchase Lot 13 (a house in Helpringham) by John Horton Atkin of Caythorpe, co. Lincs., esq., 2 August 1855; with draft conveyance to John Charles James Fox Bailey of Galway, farmer, and George Milton of Duloe, co. Cornwall, gent.

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1996  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract to purchase Lot 14 (a house in Helpringham) by the Reverend Joshua Waltham of Helpringham, 2 August 1855; with draft conveyance to Elizabeth Waltham of Kingston-upon-Hull, co. Yorks., widow

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1997  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract to purchase Lot 15 (a cottage in Helpringham) by William Thorlby of Helpringham, butcher, 2 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1998  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract for purchase of Lot 6 (14 acres in Swaton) by the agent for the trustees of Reverend Daniel Henry Lee Warner of Walsingham Abbey, co. Norfolk, 2 August 1855; with draft conveyance to the trustees

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/1999  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract for purchase of Lot 18 (a house in Heckington) by John Oxby of Gillsborough, co. Northants., farmer, 2 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/2000  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract for purchase of Lot 19 (4 acres in Heckington) by Charles Sharpe of Old Sleaford, co. Lincs., nurseryman and seedsman, 2 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/2001  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract for purchase of Lot 20 (farm of 118 acres in Scredington) by William Holmes of Helpringham, co. Lincs., farmer, 2 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/2002  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract for the purchase of eight closes (part of Lot 21) in Scredington by John Tindale the younger of Ewerby, co. Lincs., farmer and grazier, 2 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/2003  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract for purchase of Lot 22 (a house and 20 acres in Scredington) by Edward Cragg of Threckingham, co. Lincs., gent., 2 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/2004  23 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars, with plan, of lands in Ropsley and Little Humby, co. Lincs., with contract to purchase Lots 1, 2, 4 and 14 (three farms and a cottage in Ropsley) by William Ostler of Grantham co. Lincs., esq., 3 August 1855; with draft conveyances of Lots 1, 2, 4 to William Ostler, and Lot 14 to William Ostler and John Lely Ostler of Grantham, esq.

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/2005  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above with contract for purchase of Lot 3 (a farm of 126 acres in Ropsley) by George Moor of Ropsley, co. Lincs., farmer and maltster, 3 August 1855; with draft converyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/2006  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract for sale of Lot 5 (half acre in Ropsley) to James Ayre of Ropsley, 3 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/2007  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract for sale of Lot 6 (3 acres in Ropsley) to Richard Collishaw of Ropsley, farmer, 3 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/2008  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract for sale of Lot 7 (a house in Ropsley) to Joseph Lewin of Ropsley, wheelwright, 3 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/2009  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract for sale of Lots 8, 12 and 13 (three houses in Ropsley) to Edward Lane of Ropsley, farmer and grazier, 3 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/2010  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract for sale of Lot 9 (house in Ropsley) to George Hill of Ropsley, farmer and grazier, 3 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/2011  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract for sale of Lot 11 (house and 1½ acres in Ropsley) to William Ross of Ropsley, wheelwright, 3 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/2012  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract for sale of Lot 12 (house in Ropsley) to Thomas Wright of Ropsley, yeoman, 3 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/2013  23 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract for sale of Lot 15 (farm in Little Humby) to John Lely Ostler of Grantham, esq., 3 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/2014  19 April 1856

Contents:
Sale particulars as above, with contract for sale of Lot 16 (house in Little Humby) to William Doughty of Little Humby, farmer, 3 August 1855; with draft conveyance

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/2015  19 April 1856

Contents:
Draft conveyance from Lord Willoughby de Broke, trustee to the Reverend John Tunnard, vicar of Frampton, of a close (3 acres) of land in Frampton

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/2016  c. 1855-6

Contents:
Contract for the purchase of Middle Hill plantation in Frampton by the Reverend John Tunnard

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/2017  26 June 1855

Contents:
Particulars of sale of two farms and other lands in Heckington and Great Hale, co. Lincs., to be sold, under direction of the trustees of the will of Richard Godson

Sale of Lincolnshire estates 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/2018  [n.d.]

Contents:
Bundle of papers relating to the sales of 1-3 August, including
- Timber valuations on land to be sold, 1855
- List of purchasers, with solicitors' names
- Draft schedules of Lots.

Sale of Lincolnshire estates, 1855-6, by Robert John Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke.  DR 98/2019  [n.d.]

Contents:
Bundle of papers relating to the title etc. of the Lincolnshire estates. Includes:
- Inclosure Act for Frampton, 1784
- Paper concerning inclosure of Ropsley and Humby, 1796-7
- Papers concerning land tax in Scredington, Helpringham, Heckington, Bicker, Swineshead, Frampton, Swaton, Ropsley and Humby, the redemption of which is to be paid by the sale of the manor of Long Stanton, co. Cambs., [WM 1798].
- Certificate by the Commissioners of H.M. Treasury exempting lands in Scredington, sold by Robert John Lord Willoughby de Broke to John Girdwood, from any crown debts charged on them, 25 May 1861
- Papers concerning the Scredington Inclosure, 1798
- Act of Parliament to vest estates of Robert John Verney Lord Willoughby de Broke in Lincolnshire in trustees for sale, 1854
- Papers concerning the sale of land in Rodbaston to the Grand Junction Railway, 1834/35
With plans.
- Papers concerning a claim to land in Welton, alleged to have descended to the Willoughby de Broke family through the marriage (1651) of Mary, daughter of Sir John Pretyman and Sir Richard Verney, later Lord Willoughby de Broke.
Includes pedigrees of the Pretyman family.

Papers relating to Bradley tithes, co. Staffs., purchased in 1830.  [no ref. or date]

Papers relating to Bradley tithes, co. Staffs., purchased in 1830.  DR 98/2020  8 January 1546/7

Contents:
Copy grant by Henry VIII to John bishop of Chester of (amongst many other premises) the advowson of Bradley

Papers relating to Bradley tithes, co. Staffs., purchased in 1830.  DR 98/2021  23 and 24 June 1791

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from the trustees of the late Charles Vere to Edward Mynors of Eccleshall, co. Staffs., gent., of tithes issuing out of certain lands (specified) in Bramshall

Papers relating to Bradley tithes, co. Staffs., purchased in 1830  DR 98/2022  [n.d.]

Contents:
Covenant between the trustees of the late Edward Mynors, esq., and Thomas William Viscount Anson, for the production of title deeds relating to the tithes of Bradley, 22 August 1829
With schedule from 1632.

Papers relating to Bradley tithes, co. staffs., purchased in 1830  DR 98/2023  [n.d.]

Contents:
Another between the said trustees and Francis Newdigate of Arbury, esq., 1 October 1830
With schedule from 1771

Papers relating to Bradley tithes, co. Staffs., purchased in 1830.  DR 98/2024  [n.d.]

Contents:
Conveyance by lease and release from the trustees of the late Edward Mynors, esq., to Henry Lord Willoughby de Broke, of certain tithes issuing out of lands in Bradley, 22 and 23 November 1830. With covenant to produce title deeds.

Papers relating to Bradley tithes, co. Staffs., purchased in 1830.  DR 98/2025  [n.d.]

Contents:
Papers concerning the sale of 22 and 23 November 1830. Includes list of closes etc. on which tithes are due.

Papers relating to Bradley tithes, co. Staffs., purchased in 1830.  DR 98/2026  [n.d.]

Contents:
Abstract of title [c.1838] of the Earl of Lichfield to the tithes of Bradley, from 1750.
With opinions.

Papers relating to Bradley tithes, co. Staffs., purchased in 1830.  DR 98/2027  [n.d.]

Contents:
Grant of tithes from Thomas William Earl of Lichfield to Henry Peyto Lord Willoughby de Broke of tithes issuing out of certain lands in Bradley, 10 July 1840
With map.

Papers relating to Bradley tithes, co. Staffs., purchased in 1830.  DR 98/2028  10 July 1840

Contents:
Assignment from the executors of John Collins, gent., at the direction of Thomas William, Earl of Lichfield, to a trustee for Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke, of a term of years in tithes of certain lands in Bradley

Papers relating to Bradley tithes, co. Staffs., purchased in 1830.  DR 98/2029  10 July 1840

Contents:
Covenant for the production of title deeds

Papers relating to Bradley tithes, co. Staffs., purchased in 1830.  DR 98/2030  13 July 1846

Contents:
Declaration by Henry Peyto Verney Lord Willoughby de Broke, that the tithes due from farms at Littywood in Bradley shall be merged in the freehold
With schedule.

Miscellaneous Staffordshire papers.  [no ref. or date]

Miscellaneous Staffordshire papers.  DR 98/2031  22 March 1806

Contents:
Conveyance from Thomas Viscount Anson of Shugborough, co. Staffs., to John Lycett of Stafford, co. Staffs., gent., of an estate (specified) in Billington in Castle Church and Bradley, co. Staffs., and the advowson of Bradley

Miscellaneous Staffordshire papers.  DR 98/2032  5 May 1809

Contents:
Case concerning a stream rising in a farm in Bramshall and Uttoxeter, co. Staffs., the property of Lord Willoughby de Broke

Miscellaneous Staffordshire papers.  DR 98/2033  January 1824

Contents:
Correspondence concerning the letting of a farm at Littywood, co. Staffs., to William Emery

Miscellaneous Staffordshire papers.  DR 98/2034  1827-8

Contents:
Accounts for draining estates in Bramshall, and Stramshall, co. Staffs.

Miscellaneous Staffordshire papers.  DR 98/2035  1843

Contents:
Papers concerning a dispute over land in Coppenhall from which rent was allegedly due to the overseers and churchwardens of the parish, 1823-43. Includes: affidavits by Robert Eccleshall, Richard Worthington, Edward Bartlam and William Blackband, April 1828; case for counsel and opinion, 19 January 1843; Coppenhall rents

Miscellaneous Staffordshire papers.  DR 98/2036  16 May 1829

Contents:
Agreement between the Reverend Samuel Langley, rector of Checkley, co. Staffs., and the tithe payers of Checkley

Miscellaneous Staffordshire papers.  DR 98/2037  [n.d.]

Contents:
Papers etc. concerning the rebuilding of the church at Bramshall and the induction of a new rector, 1834-35
Includes:
- Letter of induction of the Reverend Charles John Pinfold, B.A. to be rector of the parish, 22 May 1835
- Schedule of delapidations at the rectory, 13 June 1835

Papers concerning the sale of estates in Cottered, co. Herts., Steeple Morden and Long Stanton, co. Cambs., Tytherington and Itchington, co. Glos., and Pointingdon, co. Somerset.  DR 98/2038-2043  [n.d.]

Papers concerning the sale of estates in Cottered, co. Herts., Steeple Morden and Long Stanton, co. Cambs., Tytherington and Itchington, co. Glos., and Pointingdon, co. Somerset.  DR 98/2038  [n.d.]

3 copies

Contents:
Act of Parliament to authorise the above sale, 14 July 1814, with schedule of lands so released.

Papers concerning the sale of estates in Cottered, co. Herts., Steeple Morden and Long Stanton, co. Cambs., Tytherington and Itchington, co. Glos., and Pointingdon, co. Somerset.  DR 98/2039  [n.d.]

Contents:
Enclosure papers relating to the estates in question.
Includes:
- Enclosure Act for Steeple Morden, 1807
- Enclosure Acts for Long Stanton, 1811, 1813.
- Extract from Cottered Inclosure award, 1810.

Papers concerning the sale of estates in Cottered, co. Herts., Steeple Morden and Long Stanton, co. Cambs., Tytherington and Itchington, co. Glos., and Pointingdon, co. Somerset.  DR 98/2040  [n.d.]

Contents:
Papers relating to the sale of the Gloucestershire estates.
Includes:
- Particulars of sale of an estate at Tytherington and Itchington, 24 July 1828
- Draft conveyances from Henry Lord Willoughby de Broke of portions of the estate to:
- William Ralph of Thornbury, gent.,... 1828. With plan.
- Richard Honnywill of Bristol, esq., 31 December 1828
- John Salmon of Alvestone, co. Glos., esq., 31 December 1828. With plan.
- Account for the estate, 1799.

Papers concerning the sale of estates in Cottered, co. Herts., Steeple Morden and Long Stanton, co. Cambs., Tytherington and Itchington, co. Glos., and Pointingdon, co. Somerset.  DR 98/2041  [n.d.]

Contents:
Papers relating to estate at Long Stanton and Steeple Morden.
Includes:
- Description of the Long Stanton estate, 29 April 1815
- Abstract of title to the Long Stanton estate, 1811-1816
- Draft conveyance from Henry Lord Willoughby de Broke to Joshua Lilley of Bassingbourne, co. Cambs., gent., of land in Steeple Morden, 20 January 1829
- Draft conveyance from the same to Salmon Linton of Westwick, co. Cambs., esq., of the manor of Long Stanton,..., 1828.

Papers concerning the sale of estates in Cottered, co Herts., Steeple Morden and Long Stanton, co. Cambs., Tytherington and Itchington, co. Glos., and Pointingdon, co. Somerset.  DR 98/2042  1828-29

Contents:
Correspondence concerning the sale of estates at Tytherington and Itchington, co. Glos., Long Stanton and Steeple Morden, co. Cambs., and Cottered, co. Herts.

Documents relating to the manor of 'Cheneys' in Steeple Morden  DR 98/2043  [n.d.]

[no title or date]  DR 98/2043/1

Contents:
Court baron of Nicholas de Cheney
19 October 1313
Another, 10 January 1314
Another, 18 February 1314
Another, 9 April 1314

[no title]  DR 98/2043/2  7 May 1681

Contents:
Copies of court roll for the manor of Cheneys, recording the mortgage of a capital messuage by William Tibalt to Sampson Tibalt, 3 May 1671, and a subsequent conveyance from the same to the same

[no title]  DR 98/2043/3  7 June 1681

Contents:
Rent roll of the manor

[no title]  DR 98/2043/4  7 June 1681

Contents:
Court roll of William Lord Alington and Diana his wife

[no title]  DR 98/2043/5  14 November 1704

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender by Sampson Tibalt of Layston, co. Herts., locksmith, and his readmission thereto, of a messuage in Steeple Morden

[no title]  DR 98/2043/6  20 November 1704

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of the same by Sampson Tibalt and the admission of Edward Broughton of Royston, co. Herts., hatmaker

[no title]  DR 98/2043/7  23 March 1710/11

Contents:
Copy of court roll recording the surrender of premises on manor of Cheneys by Thomas Anger of Ware, co. Herts., brewer, (heir of Thomas Anger) and the admission thereto of Joseph Dickinson and Rivers Dickinson (executors of the will of Joseph Anger)

[no title]  DR 98/2043/8  12 June 1718

Contents:
Survey of the manor of Cheyneys in Steeple Morden, part of the inheritance of the late Lord Willoughby de Broke. Undated but attached to an incomplete rental

[no title]  DR 98/2043/9  12 June 1718

Contents:
Presentments made at the Court Baron

[no title]  DR 98/2043/10  11 June 1722

Contents:
Court baron of Eleanor Verney, widow

[no title]  DR 98/2043/11  (c. 1720)

Contents:
List of chief rents due, undated

Papers relating to Otford, co. Kent.  [no ref. or date]

Papers relating to Otford, co. Kent.  DR 98/2044  July 1790

Contents:
Survey and valuation of the rectory of Otford, and of the lands in the parish from which tithes are due
With sketch map.

Papers relating to Otford, co. Kent.  DR 98/2045  24 June 1819

Contents:
Agreement by Henry Verney of Compton Verney, through his agent, to lease the tithes of Otford to Thomas Selby, William Nash, John Nash and William Tonge
With valuation of tithes, June 1819, and bond, 12 August 1819.

Papers relating to Otford, co. Kent.  DR 98/2046  May-June 1833

Contents:
Letters concerning the building of a parsonage house at Otford on part of the glebe

Papers relating to Walton and Fazakerley, co. Lancs.  [no ref. or date]

Papers relating to Walton and Fazakerley, co. Lancs.  DR 98/2047  23 August 1823

Contents:
Copy mortgage from James Gerard of Liverpool, co. Lancs., esq., to Charles Alexander and Joseph Williamson of Liverpool, merchants, and Mary Alexander of West Derby, widow, of an estate at Walton-on-the-Hill and Fazakerley

Papers relating to Walton and Fazakerley, co. Lancs.  DR 98/2048  1825-26

Contents:
Letters concerning the money advanced on above security, linked with the purchase by Robert Dormer of the Kineton estate (see DR 622/230)

Papers concerning Nether Broughton, co. Lincs.  [no ref. or date]

Papers concerning Nether Broughton, co. Lincs.  DR 98/2049  1830

Contents:
Letters and papers concerning the appointment of Thomas Scott the younger to the living of Nether Broughton, of which Henry Lord Willoughby de Broke, as devisee in trust of the estate of the late Anthony Lord Feversham, was patron

Papers relating to Middlesex property.  [no ref. or date]

Papers relating to Middlesex property.  DR 98/2050  1703-1748

Contents:
Abstract of title, undated, of Jeremy Sambrooke to a house in Red Lion Square, Holborn

Papers relating to Middlesex property.  DR 98/2051  1836

Contents:
Lease from Charles Ramsden of Belgrave Square, co. Middx., esq., to Digby Murray of 2 Belgrave Street, ...

Deeds relating to land in Northamptonshire.  [no ref. or date]

Deeds relating to land in Northamptonshire.  DR 98/2051  26 March 1811

Contents:
Conveyance from John Peyto Lord Willoughby de Broke to the Grand Union Canal Company of a piece of land in Sulby for the construction of a feeder to a reservoir
With plan.

Deeds relating to land in Northamptonshire.  DR 98/2052  12 October 1821

Contents:
Conveyance from the Grand Union Canal Company to Henry Peyto Verney Lord Willoughby de Broke, of the said land, with the exception of the area used for the feeder
With plan.

Deeds relating to land in Northamptonshire.  DR 98/2053  7 January 1846

Contents:
Exchange between Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke, and the Raverend Augustus Short of Ravensthorpe, of pieces of land in Ravensthorpe

Deeds relating to land in Northamptonshire.  DR 98/2054  7 January 1846

Contents:
Exchange between Henry Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke and Thomas Powell of Ravensthorpe, yeoman, of pieces of land in Ravensthorpe

Papers relating to Marsh Gate, Richmond, co. Surrey  [no ref. or date]

Papers relating to Marsh Gate, Richmond, co. Surrey  DR 98/2055  10 November 1784

Contents:
Valuation of the house and lands

Papers relating to Marsh Gate, Richmond, co. Surrey  DR 98/2056  1787

Contents:
Papers concerning Marshgate (including particulars) on the sale from 'Mr. Collins' to [John Peyto] Lord Willoughby de Broke

Papers relating to Marsh Gate, Richmond, co. Surrey  DR 98/2057  14 March 1788

Contents:
Fire insurance policy issued to [J.P.] Lord Willoughby de Broke in respect of a house at Marsh Gate

Papers relating to Marsh Gate, Richmond, co. Surrey  DR 98/2058  April 1788

Contents:
Draft lease from John Peyto, Lord Willoughby de Broke, to Luke Pocock of Westminster, co. Middx., esq., of a house at Marsh Gate, ..

Papers relating to Marsh Gate, Richmond, co. Surrey  DR 98/2059  30 June 1829

Contents:
Sale particulars for Marsh Gate, with contract for sale to John Jackson Cuff

Papers relating to Marsh Gate, Richmond, co. Surrey  DR 98/2060  1829-30

Contents:
Bundle of papers concerning the sale

Papers relating to Tangmere, co. Sussex.  [no ref. or date]

Papers relating to Tangmere, co. Sussex.  DR 98/2061  17 September 1760

Contents:
Copy legal opinion of the title of John Peyto Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, to Tangmere Farm, co. Sussex

Miscellaneous papers, mainly personal  [no ref. or date]

Miscellaneous papers, mainly personal  DR 98/2062  7 October 1761

Contents:
Abstract of the settlement made on the marriage of [John Verney] Lord Willoughby de Broke and Lady Louisa North

Miscellaneous papers, mainly personal  DR 98/2063  March 1816

Contents:
Inventory of the household furniture and farm implements etc. of John Peyto Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke of Compton Verney

Miscellaneous papers, mainly personal  DR 98/2064  8 February 1821

Contents:
Instructions for the will of Henry Peyto Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, taken on

Miscellaneous papers, mainly personal  DR 98/2065  [n.d.]

Contents:
Papers concerning John Peyto Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, a lunatic, 1820-23. Includes accounts, orders in Chancery etc.

Miscellaneous papers, mainly personal  DR 98/2066  [n.d.]

Contents:
Certificates, made 18 December 1828, of burial at Lighthorne of John Peyto Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, 28 February 1816 and John Peyto Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke, 12 September 1820, with affidavits of the Reverend Robert Barnard of Lighthorne, 18 and 24 December 1828 concerning the family.

Miscellaneous papers, mainly personal  DR 98/2067  [n.d.]

Contents:
Copies of the London Gazette,24 May and 7 October 1853, recording the Queen's licence that Robert John Barnard, Lord Willoughby de Broke, may take the name Robert John Verney.

Miscellaneous papers, mainly personal  DR 98/2068  25 May 1861

Contents:
Certificate exempting Mathew Malcolm of Kineton, esq., from liability under a Treasury Bond in respect of lands (unidentified) which he had purchased from Robert John, Lord Willoughby de Broke

Miscellaneous papers, mainly personal  DR 98/2069  c. 1921

Contents:
Schedule of deeds relating to the estates of Lord Willoughby de Broke

Miscellaneous papers, mainly personal  DR 98/2070  [n.d.]

Contents:
Bundle of undated miscellanea including rental and accounts for estates in Warwickshire, Northamp tonshire and Leicestershire, c. 1798.

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