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Reference 1262M
Covering dates 1158 - 1951
Held by Devon Record Office
Extent 16 subfonds
Creators Fortescue family of Castle Hill, Devon
Bibliography Accounts of the Fortescue family will be found in Lord Clermont's History of the Family of Fortescue in all its Branches, London, 1880; and in Earl Fortescue's Chronicle of Castle Hill 1454 - 1918, privately printed 1929. The latter is based largely upon the records at Castle Hill.

Administrative history:
The branch of the Fortescue family chiefly represented in this collection begins with Hugh Fortescue of Filleigh (died 1719). His son Hugh (1695-1751), who became Earl Clinton in 1721 and 1st Baron Fortescue in 1746, laid the foundations of the family's political tradition and was the principal builder of the house at Castle Hill, unfortunately burned down in 1934. A later Hugh was created Viscount Ebrington and 1st Earl Fortescue in 1789 and his son Hugh, the 2nd Earl (1783-1861), became the most prominent member of the family in public and political life, nationally as well as locally. The collection contains many papers relating to his activities in the public arena as well as to the family and estate both before and after him.
Letters, diaries or other personal papers survive for many members of the family. In public life, Hugh Fortescue (died 1719), Theophilus Fortescue (died 1745), the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Earls and the latter's brothers, John William and Dudley Francis, were all Members of Parliament, mostly for Cornish boroughs, Barnstaple or for one of the Devon County seats. Papers relating to elections survive from 1705. Political letters survive in some quantity from 1727. The largest complete series relates to Viscount Ebrington's (later 2nd Earl) tenure of office as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 1839-1841. The Fortescues have held office in the Lieutenancy of Devon almost continuously since 1696 with several serving as Lord Lieutenant. Records of the Lieutenancy are especially full for the period from 1794-c.1830, covering, inter alia, the Napoleonic Wars, and again for 1914-1918.
Their estates covered property in and around Filleigh, Challacombe, High Bray, Charles, Weare Gifford, Tavistock, Lamerton, Marystowe, Georgeham and Mortehoe as well as lands in Cornwall, Gloucestershire, Lincolnshire and Ireland, and records of the ownership and management of these are typical for this kind of collection. Title deeds for several properties survive together from the 12th century and there is a good series of court rolls and accounts for several manors beginning in the late 13th century. Estate rentals, surveys and accounts, as well as household accounts (including those for the vice-regal establishment in Ireland, 1839-1841), from the 18th century onwards, are well represented in the collection. Items of a miscellaneous nature which are of particular interest include registers of the weather, 1851-1907, game and hunting books, family photograph albums, and a rare surviving record of the 1569 muster in Devon.

Contents:
1262M/O PUBLIC OFFICE
1262M/O/LD Lord Lieutenant of Devon
1262M/O/EP Election papers
1262M/O/LI Lord Lieutenant of Ireland
1262M/O/PP Political papers
1262M/O/Z Miscellaneous public office
1262M/E ESTATE
1262M/E/1-13 Devon parishes
1262M/E/14-19 Outcounty and Ireland
1262M/E/20 Rentals
1262M/E/21 Estate accounts
1262M/E/22 Maps and plans
1262M/E/23 Highways and turnpikes
1262M/E/24 Railways
1262M/E/25 Mining
1262M/E/26 Agents' papers
1262M/E/27 Sale catalogues
1262M/E/28 Honycombe Trust
1262M/E/29 General estate
1262M/E/30 Copy documents
1262M/M MANORIAL
1262M/M/1-80 Court rolls
1262M/M/81-115 Compoti
1262M/M/116-125 Presentments
1262M/M/126-156 Miscellaneous
1262M/Z MISCELLANEOUS
1262M/T TITLE DEEDS: DEVON
1262M/TC-TI TITLE DEEDS: OUTCOUNTY AND IRELAND
1262M/L LEASES: DEVON
1262M/LC-LI LEASES: OUTCOUNTY AND IRELAND
1262M/FA FAMILY: COMMISSIONS
1262M/FC FAMILY: CORRESPONDENCE AND PERSONAL AND HOUSEHOLD PAPERS
1262M/FD FAMILY: JOURNALS AND DIARIES
1262M/FE FAMILY: PERSONAL AND HOUSEHOLD ACCOUNTS
1262M/FF FAMILY: TRUST PAPERS
1262M/FH FAMILY: FAMILY HISTORY
1262M/FS FAMILY: SETTLEMENTS AND WILLS
1262M/FZ FAMILY: MISCELLANEOUS
The estates administered from Castle Hill fall into six general groups. The Castle Hill group included the Devon lands, based on a large block in Filleigh, South Molton, East and West Buckland, and Chittlehampton; and another large block in and around Wear Gifford, where the Hall was a family residence. Two less important blocks of lands lay one in the Tavistock Lamerton and Marystow area, marching with the lands of the Tremaynes of Sydenham, and the other in Georgeham and Mortehoe on the north coast. The Exmoor group covered large areas of the Forest, and the Devon parishes of Challacombe, High Bray, and Charles. It centred upon Simonsbath Lodge, another of the family seats. These lands were partly acquired from the Knight family. In Cornwall, the Fortescue estates covered the small but flourishing ports of Port Gaverne and Port Isaac, and antimony mines at Treore and Trewether. Ebrington in Gloucestershire, was one of the earliest of the family properties, first acquired by Sir John Fortescue, Lord Chancellor to King Henry VI. Its Manor House was later the seat of Viscount Ebrington. In Lincolnshire a valuable group of lands was based on Tattershall Castle. Finally, there were important Irish estates in County Waterford, with a house (Nymph Hall) and a small harbour at Dunmore.



TITLE DEEDS: OUTCOUNTY AND IRELAND  1262M/TC-TI  [n.d.]

Contents:
"Out-county"
There were considerable estates of the Fortescue family outside Devon. These are listed in separate series as follows.
1262m/TB - Berkshire
1262m/TC - Cornwall
1262m/TG - Gloucestershire
1262m/TH - Hampshire
1262m/TLE - Leicestershire
1262m/TLI - Lincolnshire
1262m/TM - Middlesex
1262m/TN - Norfolk
1262m/TSO - Somerset
1262m/TSU - Suffolk
1262m/TWI - Wiltshire
1262m/TWO - Worcestershire
1262m/TZ - More than one county
1262m/TI - Irish

BERKSHIRE  1262M/TB  [n.d.]

Note: NOTE: This single deed is a stray from the Gloucestershire group.


[no title]  1262M/TB/1  1438

Contents:
Denchworth, Berkshire
Quitclaim
Property in town and fields of South Denchesworth and advowsin of the church there
John Corbet to John Grevill.

CORNWALL  1262M/TC  [n.d.]

Contents:
The majority of the deeds in this section represent the muniments of certain estates of Hugh Boscawen of Tregothnan in the parish of St. Michael Penkivel. Bridget Boscawen his daughter married Hugh Fortescue in 1692. It was through this link that the Fortescue family obtained these Cornish estates and their deeds, and for a brief period the Barony of Clinton.
The parishes for which the most significant groups of deeds survive are Botus Fleming, St. Endellion, Jacobstow and Warbstow.

St. Austell, Cornwall  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TC/1A  1531

Contents:
Feoffment
All his messuages lands and tenements in St. Austell
Thomas Trefusis to Richard Penpont

Bodmin, Cornwall  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TC/1  1406

Contents:
Feoffment
Manor of Lanovan in Bodmin and elsewhere
John Stephyn vicar of Bodmin and another to John Lanhergy

[no title]  1262M/TC/2  1582

Contents:
Deeds to lead uses of a fine
Properties in Bodmin and elsewhere
Degory Polwhele to Nicholas and Grace Tregodecke and others

Botus Fleming, Cornwall  [no ref. or date]

Velaton, Popton, Ramscombe, and Doghole alias Newport  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TC/3  1598

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
Velaton, Popton, Ramscombe and Doghole alias Newport in Botus Fleming
Peter and Richard Edgcumbe to John Crosman

[no title]  1262M/TC/4  1601

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
Velaton, Popton etc. in Botus Fleming Edgcumbe and others to Crosseman

[no title]  1262M/TC/5-6  1648

Contents:
Deed to Declare uses of fine and copy
Velaton, Popton, etc. in Botus Fleming and St. Stephens by Saltash.
Courtenay-Boscawen marriage.

Doghole alias Newport  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TC/7-8  1654

Contents:
Lease and Release
Doghole and Ramescombe in Botus Fleming
William and Elizabeth Courtenay to Mary Crossman, Widow.

[no title]  1262M/TC/9-12  1657

Contents:
Deeds
Doghole (only), Botus Fleming
Crossman - Trevanion - Boscawen

Popton and Valeton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TC/13-14  1654

Contents:
Lease and Release
Popton and Valeton, Botus Fleming
William and Elizabeth Courtenay to Hugh Boscawen and Nathaniel Trevanion

[no title]  1262M/TC/15  1657

Contents:
Trusteeship agreement
Popton and Valeton, Botus Fleming
For Mary Courtenay, a minor
Schedule of leases.

[no title]  1262M/TC/16-18  1662

Contents:
Lease and Release (with bond)
Popton and Valeton, Botus Fleming
Trevanion and Courtenay to Boscawen

Catcfrench Barton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TC/19  1704

Contents:
Lease (Release missing)
Catcfrench Barton Botus Fleming and St. Germans
Boscawen to Gregor and Moyle

Endellion, Cornwall  [no ref. or date]

Trewertha, Port Isaac and other properties  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TC/20A-B  1568

Contents:
Fine (two parts)
Tresonger and Trewyther in "St. Dellyan"
Robert and Catherine Rosogan to John Nicholas

[no title]  1262M/TC/20C  1596

Contents:
Grant
Houses and lands in "Trewaither by Portisick", Endellion
Nicholas Dogge to George, his son

[no title]  1262M/TC/21  1611

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
Treweyther, Tresunger and Portisick
John and Dorcas Nicholas to William Mathew

[no title]  1262M/TC/22-23  1611

Contents:
Fine (two parts)
Treweyther, Portissick and Tresunger
John and Dorcas Nicholas to William Mathew

[no title]  1262M/TC/24  1612

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
Trefreock, Tresonger, Trewerthyr and elsewhere, Port Isacke and Port Isacke Haven
Mathew and Roscarrock

[no title]  1262M/TC/25-28  1619

Contents:
Fine, exemplification of Fine and two Bonds
Property in Treweither, Port Isicke and Endellion
William and Sibill Mathewe to Robert Wilton

[no title]  1262M/TC/29  1619

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
Tenement in Treweither, Endellion
William Mathewe to Robert Wilton

[no title]  1262M/TC/30  1662

Contents:
Fine
Property in Trewertha and St. Endellion
Arthur and Anne Wilton to John Mooreton

[no title]  1262M/TC/31  1667

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
Tenement in Treweither, St. Endellion
Wilton and Tregosse

[no title]  1262M/TC/32-33  1671 - 1672

Contents:
Deeds
Tenement in Treweither
Arthur Wilton to John Mourton

[no title]  1262M/TC/34-36  1670 - 1672

Contents:
Deeds
Tenement in Treweither
Arthur Wilton - Arthur Spry - John Mourton

[no title]  1262M/TC/37-41  1673

Contents:
Deeds and Bond
Lands and Tenements in Treweither
Arthur Wilton and John Mourton to Thomas Hervey

[no title]  1262M/TC/42-43  1673

Contents:
Deeds
Lands and tenements in Trewerther, Endellion
Thomas Hervey to Hugh Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/TC/44-45  1808

Contents:
Lease and Release
Newly enclosed land taken from Trewerther North Field, Endellion
Thomas Carter to Earl Fortescue and Viscount Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/TC/46  1810

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage term and papers
Newly enclosed land as above
Worden and Carter to Fortescue and Ebrington

Tregaverne and Trewithret  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TC/47-48  1609

Contents:
Marriage settlement and counterpart
Tregaveronn and Trewytheret in Endellion
Dagge and Bounte

[no title]  1262M/TC/49-50  1610

Contents:
Bargain and sale with counterpart
Tregaveronn and Trewytheret in Endellion
John Bounte and George Dagge

[no title]  1262M/TC/51-52  1631

Contents:
Bargain and sale with Counterpart
Moiety Trebell's tenement in Tregaveren, Endellion
Phillipp Penkevell to William Mathewe

[no title]  1262M/TC/53-54  1633

Contents:
Bargain and sale with Counterpart
Property in Tregavern and Porthgavern Endellion
Phillipp Penkevell to Hugh Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/TC/53-54B  1632 - 1633

Contents:
Bargain and Sale with Counterpart and lease

[no title]  1262M/TC/55  1634

Contents:
Bargain and sale
Moiety Treball's tenement in Tregavern, Endellion
Phillipp Penkevell to Hugh Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/TC/56-57  1658

Contents:
Bargain and sale with Bond
Tregaveron, Trewitheret and two tenements in Portisick, Endellion.
George Dagge, clothier to Hugh Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/TC/58  1731

Contents:
Conveyance
Property in Tregaverne, Endellion
John and Grace Pope to John Parsons

[no title]  1262M/TC/59-60  1731 and 1739

Contents:
Mortgages
Property in Tregaverne, Endellion
John Parsons to Richard Prestridge

[no title]  1262M/TC/61-62  1778

Contents:
Lease and Release
Property in Tregaverne, Endellion
John Parsons and others to William Roose

[no title]  1262M/TC/63  1818

Contents:
Copy will
William Roose, Endellion

[no title]  1262M/TC/64  1864

Contents:
Probate copy will
William Roose, Endellion

[no title]  1262M/TC/65-66  1865

Contents:
Conveyance and Mortgage
Tregavern tenement, Endellion Roose to Roose

[no title]  1262M/TC/67  1868

Contents:
Conveyance
Tregavern tenement, Endellion
Roose to Hugh, Earl Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/TC/68-69  1828

Contents:
Lease and Release
Tregavern and Moiety Trebell's tenement, Endellion
Walter Raleigh Gilbert and James Cock to Hugh, Earl Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/TC/70  1828

Contents:
Covenant
To produce deeds
Gilbert and Cock to Fortescue

St. Illick  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TC/71  1812

Contents:
Conveyance
St. Illick, Endellion
Lord and Lady Grenville to Lord Fortescue

Treore  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TC/72  1627

Contents:
Quitclaim
Land formerly leased by Wood at Treore, Endellion
Hugh Pollard to Hugh Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/TC/73  1854

Contents:
Bond
Annuity
Earl Fortescue and Viscount Ebrington to F.B. Hambly

[no title]  1262M/TC/74  1868

Contents:
Grant and papers
Rent from Treore Barton, Endellion
Hambly to Earl Fortescue

St. Feock, Cornwall  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TC/75  1471

Contents:
Feoffment
Messuages and lands in Trevelowe, St. Feock
Joan Kemp, widow to Edward John

[no title]  1262M/TC/76-77  1525

Contents:
Feoffment and Trust declaration
Manors of Trefusis, Treveasos, Treworwal (in St. Feock), Treryffe, Trerylla and Bodmin
Thomas Trefusis to John Arundell and three others

St. Gluvias (Penryn), Cornwall  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TC/78  1400

Contents:
Grant
Messuage and land in Penryn Borough
John Chemewylle to John Tregoys

[no title]  1262M/TC/79  1480

Contents:
Feoffment
Messuage and lands in Penryn Borough and Tregowith
Sir Emanuel and Amisia Sophianus to their daughter Joan, wife of Richard Kendale

[no title]  1262M/TC/80  1484

Contents:
Feoffment
As 1262M/TC/79
Joan Kendall widow to her daughter
Joan and John Tresythney

[no title]  1262M/TC/81  1523

Contents:
Feoffment
Pencoys and Penryn Borough properties, also St. Austell
John Penkevell to Thomas and Meliora Trefusis

Jacobstow and Warbstow, Cornwall  [no ref. or date]

Overexe, Jacobstow  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TC/82  nd

Contents:
Grant
Ferling in "town" of Overexe, manor of Penhalin
Henry de Raleigh to William, son of Reymund

Withyfen, Jacobstow and Warbstow  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TC/83  1431

Contents:
Grant
Messuage and land in "vills" of East and South Wythyfen
Thomas Wythyfen to Richard Hora of Langedon

[no title]  1262M/TC/84  1472

Contents:
Confirmation
Lands in Wythyfen
Nicholas Hurdewyk de Bere's
Confirmation of Baudewyn de Bere's
To William of Wythyfen

West Langdon, and other properties (Hoare estates)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TC/85  nd

Contents:
Quitclaim
Land at Langatone
John, Rector of West Putford to Nicholas of Filleigh

[no title]  1262M/TC/86  late 13th cent

Contents:
Grant
Half acre at "vill" of Langedun
William de Botreaus to Richard Hora

[no title]  1262M/TC/87-88  1413

Contents:
Confirmation and Counterpart
Lands formerly of Thomas Wythyfen in Brodelangedon and a "park"
(Enclosed field) between Brodelangedon and Overalangedon
Richard Hora to John Hora

[no title]  1262M/TC/89  1413

Contents:
Grant of reversion
Penalt, Trenguyn, Sewcote, Brodelangedon and Jacobstow
John Hora to Richard Hora

[no title]  1262M/TC/90  1508

Contents:
Grant
Brodelangedon, Overexe, Seffacott, "Yeapstow", Trenguyn, Tremayle South and East Wythyfen
John Chamound and Roger Trenowyth to William Hoore

[no title]  1262M/TC/91-92  1606

Contents:
Family Settlement and Counterpart
Manor of West Langdon and other properties Richard Hore to John Sorrell and George Kelly

[no title]  1262M/TC/93  1618

Contents:
Enquiry after death
As to estates of Richard Hore, Esq., of St. Ervan late deceased

[no title]  1262M/TC/94  17th cent

Contents:
Copy (part) 1262M/TC/93

[no title]  1262M/TC/95  1626

Contents:
Mortgage
Manor of West Langdon
John Hore and others to Hugh Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/TC/96  1627

Contents:
Mortgage agreement
Manor of West Langdon
Boscawen to Hore

[no title]  1262M/TC/97  1628

Contents:
Fine
Properties in West Langdon, Sewcott, parishes of Jacobstow, Warbstow, Stratton, St. Merryn, St. Stephens in Brannell and Feock
John and Joan Hore to Hugh Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/TC/98  1629

Contents:
Mortgage
Manor of West Langdon
John Hoare to Hugh Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/TC/99-102  1639 - 1640

Contents:
Deeds with Bond and receipt
Manor of West Langdon
John Hoare to Hugh Boscawen

Parts West Langdon (Wade and Hervey)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TC/103  1638

Contents:
Bond
Trenguen
Humphry Wells to James Wade

[no title]  1262M/TC/104-106  1640

Contents:
Deeds and Bond
Third part of Vicar's park, Trengewen Moors and Trengewen
James Wade to Hugh Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/TC/107  1641

Contents:
Letter of Attorney
Hugh Boscawen to Hugh Boscawen to enter property granted by Wade

[no title]  1262M/TC/108  1657

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
Ninth part of Vicar's park, Tregune and Tregune Moors
George Grilles to William Hervey

[no title]  1262M/TC/109-110  1676

Contents:
Lease and Release
Ninth part of Vicar's park and Trengewen Moors
Thomas Hervey to Hugh Boscawen

Parts West Langdon (Spry)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TC/111  1687

Contents:
Release (Lease missing)
Moiety of Vicars Park, Trenguen and Trenguen Moor, Warbstow
Thomas Bayley and others to William Pooley.

[no title]  1262M/TC/112  1687

Contents:
Release (Lease missing)
Third part Vicars park et cetera
Robert Prust to William Pooley

[no title]  1262M/TC/113-114  1733

Contents:
Deeds
Two thirds Vicars parks and Tranguen Moors in Warbstow
Thomas Northy to Richard Wakely and Jane Northy, widow

[no title]  1262M/TC/115  1769

Contents:
Letters of Administration
Cornwall Archdeaconry court
Administration of goods of late Jane Northy, widow granted to Susanna Spry

[no title]  1262M/TC/116-117  1820

Contents:
Lease and Release
Third part Vicars Park, and Trengewen Moors, Warbstow
Jeffery Spry to Hugh, Earl Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/TC/118-119  1820

Contents:
Indentures of Fine
Third part Vicars Park and Tregewen Moors, Warbstow
Jeffery and Philadelphia Spry to Hugh, Earl Fortescue

Sewcott, Jacobstow  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TC/120-121  1640

Contents:
Bargain and sale with counterpart
Sewcott, Heydon, Carnaric, and Churchtown, Jacobstow
Hugh Boscawen to John Hoare

[no title]  1262M/TC/122-123  1642

Contents:
Bonds
To sell Sewcott
John Hoare and others to Hugh Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/TC/124  1642

Contents:
Bargain and sale
Sewcott, Jacobstow
John Hoare to John Taverner

[no title]  1262M/TC/125  1653

Contents:
Bargain and sale (with receipt)
Sewcott, Heydon, Carnaric and Churchtown, Jacobstow
Joan Hore widow to Hugh Boscawen

Lezant, Cornwall  [no ref. or date]

Landew  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TC/126-127  1678

Contents:
Lease and Release also Bond Landew, Lezant
Nicholas Herle to John Williams

[no title]  1262M/TC/128  1683

Contents:
Mortgage
Landew, Lezant
John and Charles Herle to Hugh Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/TC/129-130  1683

Contents:
Fine (two parts)
Landewe and elsewhere, Lezant
John and Charles Herle to Hugh Boscawen

St. Minver, Cornwall  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TC/131-132  1622

Contents:
Family settlement and copy
Lands in parishes of St. Minver, Endellion and St. Kew, also Tregarrett in Tintagel (see under Endellion, above)
Francis Penkevell to his son Anthony, Philip, Benjamin and Thomas

[no title]  1262M/TC/133  1631

Contents:
Conveyance
"Treverrowe the lower" in St. Minver
Phillipp and Anthony Penkevel to John Roe

St. Pinnock, Cornwall  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TC/134-135  1682

Contents:
Mortgage and Counterpart
Moiety of manor of Penvrane and other properties in St. Pinnock
John Manley to Hugh Boscawen

Stratton, Cornwall  [no ref. or date]

Heale and Heale Mills  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TC/136  1569

Contents:
Bargain and sale
Hele and Hele Mill, Stratton, also Grimscott and elsewhere in Launcells
John and Richard Langdon to Richard Cory

[no title]  1262M/TC/137  1570

Contents:
Fine
Heale, Heale mill in Stratton, Grimscott and elsewhere in Launcells
John, Elizabeth and Richard Langdon to Richard Cory

[no title]  1262M/TC/138  c.1616

Contents:
Copy Chancery decree
Henry Cory, complaintant, against George Hervye and William Speccott, defendants
Cory imprisoned for mortgage debts on his estate.

[no title]  1262M/TC/139  1617

Contents:
Bargain and sale
Heale and Heale Mills, Stratton
Henry Gory, elder and younger, to William Cavell

[no title]  1262M/TC/140  1622

Contents:
Marriage settlement
Property in "village and fields of Heale" Stratton
John Hore and Joan Cavell

[no title]  1262M/TC/141-142  1625

Contents:
Bargain and sale, also Bond
Heale and Heale mills, Stratton
John and Joan Hore, William Cavell and others to Hugh Boscawen

St. Teathe, Cornwall  [no ref. or date]

Trevela  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TC/143  1533

Contents:
Feoffment
Messuages and lands "within closes and without" at Trevello, St. Teathe
John John alias Edward of Lanteglos North to John John alias Edward of St. Teathe.

[no title]  1262M/TC/144  1533

Contents:
Quitclaim
As 1262M/TC/143

[no title]  1262M/TC/145  1623

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
Property in village and fields of Trevela in St. Teathe
Nicholas Edwardes to William Cavell

[no title]  1262M/TC/146  1623

Contents:
Quitclaim
Property in village and fields of Trevela
Nicholas Edwardes to William Cavell

[no title]  1262M/TC/147  1626

Contents:
Quitclaim
Property in village and fields of Trevela
Thomas Edwardes to William Cavell

[no title]  1262M/TC/148-150  1629

Contents:
Lease and Release, also Bond
Property in town and fields of Trvela the higher and Trevela the lower St. Teathe
William Cavell to Hugh Boscawen

Note: (An early and complex example of conveyance by this method)


Miscellaneous, Cornwall  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TC/151  1325

Contents:
Feoffment
Half an acre at Penburminon and "landa" at Trevyados and Polweffrer, by the water of Polwarawan.
James of Tremados to Lucas and Joan of Trewyns

[no title]  1262M/TC/152  1363

Contents:
Letters of Attorney
To deliver seisin of lands in Trebourek and Trevonan to Richard Gandyn, chaplain John Bossoghan vyan to Richard, vicar of St. Colan and John Gay of Bossoghan voer

[no title]  1262M/TC/153  1370

Contents:
Feoffment in fee tail
Lands formerly of Thomas Cheynduyt in manor of Bodanan
John de Roscarekvor to John Ude of Pengelly, Robert vicar of Trewardreth and another

[no title]  1262M/TC/154  1704

Contents:
Recovery
Estates in Jacobstow, Warbstow, Stratton, Botus Fleming, St. Teath, St. Endellion, St. Merryn, St. Stephens in Brannell and Feok Matthew Lord Fortescue to Faithful Fortescue (gent)

Bonds, Cornwall  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TC/155  1566

Contents:
Bond
To observe agreements in a conveyance
George Rolle of Weeke St Mary to Thomas Satchfield

[no title]  1262M/TC/156  1615

Contents:
Bond
To observe agreements in a conveyance
Humphry Martyn of St. Ervan to John Smith of St. Colomb Major.

[no title]  1262M/TC/157  1678

Contents:
Bond
To observe agreements in a conveyance
William Warmington of Stratton to Hugh Boscawen.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE  1262M/TG  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
The Fortescue family acquired the Ebrington estate at an early date, apparently during the lifetime of Sir John Fortescue (died circa.1476), the eminent lawyer.
The Hidcote properties were acquired during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. According to Lewis' "Topographical Dictionary" (1831 edition) Hidcote Boys was regarded as lying in the parish of Ebrington, but Hidcote Bartram lay in Mickleton.
There is an important early group of deeds relating to the widespread estates of the Corbet family, of whom Sir John Fortescue was a trustee. Reference should be made to headings under Berkshire, Norfolk and Suffolk as well as "Properties in more than one county" (1262M/TZ/14-16)

Ebrington, Gloucestershire  [no ref. or date]

Grants of Liberties  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TG/1  1551

Contents:
Duchy of Lancaster mandate
Freedom from all but accustomed tolls and dues for inhabitants of manor of Ebrington and vills of Hidcot, Clopton, Over Quinton, Pedworth, Marston (Sicca), Ferncott, Nether Guyting (or Guyting Power) Cattislade

[no title]  1262M/TG/2  1557

Contents:
Duchy of Lancaster mandate as 1262M/TG/1

Ebrington Manor (early series)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TG/3  before 1212

Contents:
Grant
Mill pond between Paxford and Edbrinton
Mauger, bishop of Worcester to Arnald of Wood.
(fine seal and counterseal of Bishop)

[no title]  1262M/TG/4  early 14th cent

Contents:
Feoffment
Manors of "Edbruton", Ferncote and Petworth with advowson of Ebrington
William of Wood to Roger Corbet his nephew

[no title]  1262M/TG/5  1600 (1352)

Contents:
Copy feoffment
Ward's tenement in Ebrigton
Robert Corbehit, Lord of Ebrington to William Stevens

[no title]  1262M/TG/6  1456

Contents:
Grant
Reversionary right to manor of Ebrington on death of Joyce, widow of John Grevyle.
Sir Robert Corbet to Sir John Fortescue and five others

[no title]  1262M/TG/7  c.1456

Contents:
Letter
Dame Joyce Beauchamp to Sir John Fortescue telling him that she has attorned Ebrington to him on advice of Thomas Lyttylton her "cousin and counsel"

[no title]  1262M/TG/8  1474

Contents:
Quitclaim
Manor of Ebrington
Margaret Corbet to William (Wainflete)
Bishop of Winchester, Sir John Fortescue and others

[no title]  1262M/TG/9  1474

Contents:
Quitclaim
Manor of Ebrington
Robert Corbet to Bishop of Winchester, John Fortescue and others

[no title]  1262M/TG/10  1474

Contents:
Letters of Attorney
To deliver seizin of manor of Ebrington to Bishop of Winchester and others.
Sir John Fortescue to Thomas Carre
(See also Berkshire, Norfolk, Suffolk, Wiltshire and Miscellaneous series)

Ebrington lands (later series)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TG/11  1662

Contents:
Recovery (damaged)
Property in Ebrington, Gloucestershire
Hugh Fortescue a party.

[no title]  1262M/TG/12  1663

Contents:
Recovery
Property in Brighton
Arthur Fortescue and wife to Daveys and Dennys

[no title]  1262M/TG/13  1665

Contents:
Recovery
Property in Ebrington
Robert Fortescue to Nicholas Dennys

[no title]  1262M/TG/14  1692

Contents:
Recovery
Properties in Hidcote Boys and Ebrington.
Arthur Fortescue to Hugh Boscawen and John Clobery

[no title]  1262M/TG/15  1717

Contents:
Arbitration award
Baron Macclesfield and Robert Tracey, arbiters.
Lands in Ebrington in dispute between Hugh Fortescue and Sir William Keyte allocated as in attached terrier

[no title]  1262M/TG/16  1726

Contents:
Recovery
Property in Ebrington.
Hugh Lord Clinton to Joseph Fortescue

Hidcote Boys and Hidcote Bartram  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TG/17-19  1663

Contents:
Agreement to levy fine (3 items)
Freeman's tenement in Hidcote Boys, parish of Ebrington.
William and Sarah Freeman with Robert Loggin and John Townesend

[no title]  1262M/TG/20-21  1663

Contents:
Fine (two parts)
Property in Hidcote Boys, Ebrington and Hidcote Bartram.
Freeman and wife to Owen and Howes

[no title]  1262M/TG/22  1663

Contents:
Recovery
Property in Hidcote Boys, Ebrington and Hidcote Bartram.
Freeman and wife to Loggin and Townsend

[no title]  1262M/TG/23-24  1671

Contents:
Family Settlement and Counterpart
Property in Hidcote Boys and Hidcote Bartram.
Freeman to his daughters, now the wives of Payton, Cotterell and Rose.

[no title]  1262M/TG/25  1709

Contents:
Agreement to convey
John Payton of Bitford, Warwickshire and another to Nicholas Fletcher of Berrington, Glouc. on behalf of Hugh Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/TG/26-27  1706

Contents:
Lease and Release
One third part of yardlands in Hidcote Boys and Hidcote Bartram.
John and William Payton to Nicholas Fletcher in trust for Hugh Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/TG/28  1706

Contents:
Recovery
Third part of lands in Hidcote Boys and Hidcote Bartram.
Nicholas Fletcher to Hugh Fortescue

Gibbes', later Daniels tenement  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TG/29  1614

Contents:
Bargain and sale
Gibbes' tenement in Ebrington.
John Wiggett to John and Elizabeth Gibbes

[no title]  1262M/TG/30  1690

Contents:
Marriage settlement
Tenement in Ebrington.
Samuel Daniel and Marget Gibbes

[no title]  1262M/TG/31-32  1713

Contents:
Lease and Release
Mortgage of tenement in Ebrington.
Samuel and Mary Daniel to Hugh Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/TG/33-34  1716

Contents:
Lease and Release with abstract
Tenement in Ebrington.
William Daniel son of Samuel Daniel, dec. to Hugh Fortescue

Former poor houses or alms houses  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TG/35  1840

Contents:
Conveyance
Four cottages near Ebrington church formerly used for housing the poor.
Guardians of Shipston on Stour Union to Hugh, Earl of Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/TG/36  1843

Contents:
Conveyance
Two cottages on Chipping Camden road.
Guardians of Shipston on Stour Union to Hugh, Earl Fortescue

Mickleton, Gloucestershire  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TG/37  1352

Contents:
Feoffment
Messuage and half virgate in Hidcote Bartrim, Mickleton.
Nicholas Symondes to Hugh Beysyn parson of Mickleton

HAMPSHIRE  1262M/TH  [n.d.]


Related information: (See under "Somerset", TSO 109, 112, 113, 132 and 191 and "Properties in more than one county" TZ 1-3 and 11)

[no title]  1262M/TH/1  1403

Contents:
Shipton Bellinger, Hampshire
Feoffment in trust
Properties in Shipton "Benger", Southampton.
John and Joan Toronton to William Palton of Sutton, Somerset, and others in trust to reconvey to Toronton's nominee

LEICESTERSHIRE  1262M/TLE  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
This group of deeds are those of William Billers of the Tower of London and Borough of Leicester, who died in 1694. His estates in Leicester and in Great and Little Stretton were purchased by Hugh Fortescue of Filleigh in 1713.

Contents:
According to Lewis' "Topographical Dictionary", Great Stretton lay in the parish of Glen Magna and Little Stretton in King's Norton, but the two Strettons are treated as a single unit in this list.

St. Margarets and Bishops Fee, Leicester  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See also Miscellaneous Leicester

[no title]  1262M/TLE/1-3  1676

Contents:
Lease and Release with Bond
Acre in Abbey Meadow in St. Margarets parish near borough of Leicester, adjoining meadow of Earl of Devon.
Robert and William Erick, mercers to William Ward, mercer.

[no title]  1262M/TLE/4  1676

Contents:
Bargain and sale
Property and parties as 1262M/TLE/1-3

[no title]  1262M/TLE/5  1678

Contents:
Fine
Barn, meadow and pasture in Bishops Fee, parishes of St. Margaret and St. Mary, Leicester.
Robert, Anne and William Erick to William Ward

[no title]  1262M/TLE/6  1687

Contents:
Bond
William Ward to Francis Ward, bookseller both of Leicester

[no title]  1262M/TLE/7-8  1690

Contents:
Release, (lease missing)- Mortgage
Acre in Abbey Meadow, St. Margaret's and property in St. Mary's Leicester.
William and Francis Ward to William Watts

[no title]  1262M/TLE/9-10  1691

Contents:
Lease and Release - Mortgage
Acre in Abbey Meadow, St. Margaret's.
Ward and Watts to William Billers

St. Nicholas, Leicester  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TLE/11-12  1631

Contents:
Fine (two parts)
Messuage garden and orchard in St. Nicholas parish and Borough of Leicester.
Richard and Anne Stanford to William Biller

[no title]  1262M/TLE/13  1631

Contents:
Recovery
Messuage garden and orchard in St. Nicholas parish and Borough of Leicester.
Richard Stanford to William Biller

Great and Little Stretton, Leicestershire  [no ref. or date]


Related information: (See also Miscellaneous, Leicestershire)

[no title]  1262M/TLE/14-15  1613

Contents:
Fine (two parts)
Property in Great Stretton and Little Stretton, Leicestershire.
John Bowes to John Nicholls

[no title]  1262M/TLE/16-17  1620

Contents:
Fine (two parts)
Property in Great Stretton and Little Stretton, Leicestershire.
John Bowes to Robert Nicholls and Gabriel Fisher

[no title]  1262M/TLE/18  1647

Contents:
Bargain and sale
Property in Great and Little Stretton.
George Bowes, his wife and mother and John Nicholas to William Ashley, London

[no title]  1262M/TLE/19  1647

Contents:
Fine
Property and parties as 1262M/TLE/18

[no title]  1262M/TLE/20  1655


Related information: (See 1262M/TLE/29)

Contents:
Bargain and sale
Property in Great Stretton and Little Stretton including moiety of manor of Great Stretton and certain enclosures as well as holdings in the "fields and territories" of Great and Little Stretton.
George Bowes to Francis Thompson and Hoseph Billers as tenants for suffering a recovery.

[no title]  1262M/TLE/21-24  1655

Contents:
Bargain and sale with two Letters of Attorney and Bond
Property as above.
William Ashley, London to William Billers "of the Tower of London"

[no title]  1262M/TLE/25-26  1655

Contents:
Bargain sale with Receipt for purchase money
Property and parties as 1262M/TLE/21-24

[no title]  1262M/TLE/27-28  1655

Contents:
Fine (two parts)
Property as 1262M/TLE/25-26
William and Martha Ashley to William Billers

[no title]  1262M/TLE/29  1655


Related information: (See 1262M/TLE/20)

Contents:
Recovery
Property as 1262M/TLE/25-26
George Bowes to John Cranford and William Billers

[no title]  1262M/TLE/30  1656

Contents:
Marriage settlement
Property in Great and Little Stretton, Leicestershire.
William Billers and Margery Burneby (of Coventry)

[no title]  1262M/TLE/31  1678

Contents:
Fine
Property in Great Stretton and Little Stretton
William and Margery Billers to Matthew, Simons and William Sheare

Miscellaneous, Leicestershire  [no ref. or date]

Billers estates in Leicester and Stretton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TLE/32  1694

Contents:
Copy will
William Billers of borough of Leicester, gent.

[no title]  1262M/TLE/33-4  1711

Contents:
Lease and Release
Properties in parishes of St. Margaret, St. Mary and St. Nicholas, Leicester and in Great Stretton and Little Stretton.
Joseph and Mary Billers, Joseph Quash, Exeter and Zachariah Foxall, London

[no title]  1262M/TLE/35-6  1711

Contents:
Fine (two parts)
Property as 1262M/TLE/33-34
Billers and wife to Quash and another

[no title]  1262M/TLE/37-8  1713

Contents:
Lease and Release
Property as 1262M/TLE/33-34
Joseph Quash and John Catcher to Hugh Fortescue of Filleigh, Devon and Joseph Fortescue, London

LINCOLNSHIRE  1262M/TLI  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
These estates were granted by the Sydney family to Henry Fynes, Lord Clinton and Saye in 1574 and this grant was ratified by the Crown from time to time. A large proportion of the documents concern the mortgage debts of Edward, 13th Baron Clinton and 5th Earl of Lincoln (died 1692).
Due to the second Earl Fortescue's conveyance of the Tattershall estate to the Crown in 1855 the series is incomplete, though there are some later deeds.

Contents:
Chiefly seventeenth century in date these deeds relate to properties of the Barony of Clinton. Geographically they cover two separate areas - Tattershall and the Bain Valley and the Folkingham - Sempringham area.

Bucknell, Lincolnshire  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TLI/1  1656

Contents:
Bargain and sale
Dowood and Highall in parishes of Bucknell and Woodhall, Lincolnshire.
Theophilus, Earl of Lincoln and wife to Edward Lord Clinton

[no title]  1262M/TLI/2  1656

Contents:
Fine
Property in Bucknell and Woodhall, Lincolnshire.
Theophilus, Earl of Lincoln and wife to Edward, Lord Clinton

Tattershall, Lincolnshire  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TLI/3  1574

Contents:
Licence to alienate
Manor and rectory of Tattershall and property in Tattershall and in Kirkby on Bain, Hatham on Bain, Roughton, Sutterby and Candlesby.
Crown to Sir Henry Sydney and Mary his wife to make a sale to Henry Lord Clinton and Saye.

[no title]  1262M/TLI/4  1574

Contents:
Recovery
Property as 1262m/TLI/3
Sir Henry Sydney KG and Mary his wife to Anderson, Thymylby and Barton (as trustees of Earl of Lincoln and Lord Clinton)

[no title]  1262M/TLI/5  1614 (1551)

Contents:
Exemplification
Letters patent of Edward VI.
Castle, manor and chace of Tattershall with other properties there.
Crown to Sir Edward Fynes KG., Lord Clinton and Saye.

[no title]  1262M/TLI/6  1659

Contents:
Bargain and sale
Properties in Tattershall Thorpe, Lincolnshire.
Hugh Boscawen, Cornwall to Rev. Thomas Trott, Tettford, Lincolnshire

Sempringham, Lincolnshire  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TLI/7-8  1619

Damaged

Contents:
Fine (two parts)
Property in Sempringham, Lincolnshire
Theophilus, Earl of Lincoln to John Preston

[no title]  1262M/TLI/9-10  1662

Contents:
Mortgage
Property in Poynton "parish" (part Sempringham).
Sir John Monson sen., Sir John Monson, jun., and Theophilus, Earl of Lincoln to Hugh Boscawen, Cornwall and Edward Boscawen, London

Main Series, Lincolnshire  [no ref. or date]

Tattershall and associated properties  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TLI/11  1623

Damaged

Contents:
Letters patent
Castle, Manor and Chace of Tattershall, Manor of Swaton, and properties in Horbling, Langton, East Langton, West Langton, Birthorpe, Aslackby and Threckingham, some formerly of dissolved monastery of Sempringham.
Crown to Theophilus, Earl of Lincoln

[no title]  1262M/TLI/12-13  1652

Contents:
Family settlement
Properties in Tattershall, Tattershall Thorpe, Kirkby upon Bain, Roughton Kirkstead, Threckingham, Newton, Billingborough, Spanby, Osbournby, Stow, Walcot, and Falkingham.
Theophilus, Earl of Lincoln, Elizabeth his Countess and Edward Lord Clinton to trustees Sir Robert Wentworth (Yorkshire) Robert Rolle (Devon) Hugh Boscawen (Cornwall) and Henry Stapleton (Yorkshire)

[no title]  1262M/TLI/14  1652

Contents:
Fine
Properties as 1262M/TLI/12-13
Earl and Countess of Lincoln and Lord Clinton to George Cony and Robert Raworth

[no title]  1262M/TLI/15-16  1676

Contents:
Lease and Release in trust
Castles, Honours and Manors of Falkingham and Tattershall, Almshouse and rectory of Tattershall, and properties in Tattershall and elsewhere as in 1262M/TLI/12-13.
Edward Earl of Lincoln to Edward King and Christopher Yates (to suffer a recovery)

[no title]  1262M/TLI/17  1677

Contents:
Recovery
Properties as 1262M/TLE/15-16
King and Yates to Thomas Sheriff and Anthong Wither

[no title]  1262M/TLI/18  1678

Contents:
Bond
Statute Staple for £5,000.
Edward, Earl of Lincoln to Richard Spurr

[no title]  1262M/TLI/19-20  1680

Contents:
Lease and Release in trust
Castle Honours and Manors of Falkingham and Tattershall, Almshouse and rectory of Tattershall, and property in Tattershall Thorp and elsewhere as in TLI 12-13
Edward, Earl of Lincoln to John Cooke and Thomas Ellerker (to suffer a recovery)

[no title]  1262M/TLI/21  1680

Contents:
Recovery
Property as 1262M/TLI/19-20
Cooke and Ellerker to John Reade

[no title]  1262M/TLI/22-4  1680

Contents:
Mortgage with Bond and Receipt
Property as 1262M/TLI/12-13
Edward Earl of Lincoln to Sir William Jones

[no title]  1262M/TLI/25-7  1681

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage with Receipts
Properties as in 1262M/TLI/12-13
Edward, Earl of Lincoln and Sir William Jones to Hugh Boscawen and Richard Spurr

[no title]  1262M/TLI/28  1681

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage
Properties as 1262M/TLI/12-13
Sir William Jones to Thomas Kinsey (both of London)

[no title]  1262M/TLI/29  1682

Contents:
Mortgage
Properties in Tettershall, Kirkby on Bain and Roughton, Lincolnshire
Edward Earl of Lincoln to Thomas Kinsey, London

[no title]  1262M/TLI/30  1682

Contents:
Mortgage
Properties in Tettershall, Kirkby on Bain and Roughton, Lincolnshire
Edward Earl of Lincoln and Thomas Kinsey

[no title]  1262M/TLI/31-2  1685

Contents:
Mortgage and Cpunterpart
Properties as above.
Edward, Earl of Lincoln to Thomas Kinsey and Robert Fenwicke, London, and to Thomas Pell of Tattershall

[no title]  1262M/TLI/33  1686

Contents:
Mortgage
Castles, Honours and Manors of Falkingham and Tattershall and other property as in TLI 12-13
Edward, Earl of Lincoln to Sir Thomas Kinsey, Robert Fenwick and William Pell

[no title]  1262M/TLI/34-5  1687

Contents:
Mortgage of Rents (with schedule) and Counterpart
Rents from property in Tattershall, Falkingham, Threckingham and Billinborough.
Earl of Lincoln to Kinsey Fenwick and Pell and the tenants (all named)

Sempringham and associated properties  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TLI/36  1682

Contents:
Deed of sale
Trees on estate of Lady Anne Clinton in Sempringham and Birthorp.
Charles Bates (husband of Lady Anne) to Edward, Earl of Lincoln

[no title]  1262M/TLI/37-8  1682

Contents:
Agreements to suffer a Recovery Estates in Sempringham and Birthorp settled on Lady Anne Clinton, Edward, Earl of Lincoln and Charles Bates with Francis Child, goldsmith, John Rogers and William Berrow, all of London

[no title]  1262M/TLI/39  1682

Contents:
Recovery
Property in Sempringham and Birthorp.
Francis Child to William Berrow

[no title]  1262M/TLI/40-2  1686

Contents:
Lease and Release with Bond
Property in Sempringham and Birthorp.
Edward, Earl of Lincoln and trustees to Sir John Brownlowe and Robert Pepper LLD.

[no title]  1262M/TLI/43-4  1686

Contents:
Equitable Mortgage with Bond
Property in Sempringham and Birthorp.
Earl of Lincoln to Brownlow and Pepper

[no title]  1262M/TLI/45-8  1686

Contents:
Lease and Release with Bond and Receipt
Property in Sempringham and Barthorp.
Earl of Lincoln, Brownlowe and Petter to Brownlowe

[no title]  1262M/TLI/49-51  1687

Contents:
Further Mortgage with Receipt and Bond
Property in Sempringham and Birthorp.
Earl of Lincoln to William Brownlowe (London)

[no title]  1262M/TLI/52-4  1689

Contents:
Further Mortgage with Receipt and Bond
Property in Sempringham and Birthorp.
Earl of Lincoln to William Brownlowe

[no title]  1262M/TLI/55-6  1689

Contents:
Lease and Release
Property in Sempringham and Birthorp.
William Brownlowe to Montague Chomleley (Lincoln)
John Hussey and Thomas Rowe (both of London)

Tattershall and Sempringham  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TLI/57-60  1689

Contents:
Lease and Release with Bond and Receipt
Property in Tattershall, Tattershall Thorp, Kirkby on Bain, Roughton, Falkingham, Walcot, Kirkstead, Threckingham, Billinborough, Newton, Spanby, Osbournby, Stow, Bowthorpe, Birthorp and elsewhere.
Earl of Lincoln to William Brownlowe

[no title]  1262M/TLI/61  1689

Contents:
Exemplification of Fine
Properties as 1262M/TLI/57-60
Earl of Lincoln to William Brownlow

[no title]  1262M/TLI/62-66  1690

Contents:
Lease and Release with Bond and Receipts
Tattershall properties and Birthorp properties as in 1262M/TLI/57-58.
Earl of Lincoln and Cholmeley, Hussey and Rowe to Richard Wynne (London)

[no title]  1262M/TLI/67  1691

Contents:
Deed Poll
Agreement to charge arrears of rent from Tattershall estate upon the Falkingham and Threckingham estates.
Richard Wynne and Earl of Lincoln

[no title]  1262M/TLI/68  1691

Contents:
Defeasance
Nullifying Statute Staple (see 1262M/TLI/18)
Wynne, Anthony Burren and Thomas Philip (all of London) to Earl of Lincoln

[no title]  1262M/TLI/69  1691

Contents:
Deed Poll
Tattershall estates to be the security for additional as well as present mortgage sums.
Earl of Lincoln to Kinsey and others

[no title]  1262M/TLI/70-71  1691

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
Properties in Tattershall, Tattershall Thorpe, Sempringham and Birthorp, Lincolnshire.
Edward, Earl of Lincoln and Anne Calvert (London)

[no title]  1262M/TLI/72  1691

Contents:
Deed Poll
Tattershall estates to remain as security for all outstanding mortgage payments.
Richard Wynne and Earl of Lincoln

[no title]  1262M/TLI/73  1691

Contents:
Deed Poll
Tattershall estates to be security for further mortgage sums.
Richard Wynne and Earl of Lincoln

[no title]  1262M/TLI/74  1692

Contents:
Mortgage
Tattershall, Billingborough and elsewhere.
Earl of Lincoln to Richard Wynne

[no title]  1262M/TLI/75  1702

Contents:
Agreement
Vere Booth (London) Samuel Rolle, Hugh Fortescue (Devon) to sell, John Duke of Newcastle to purchase, Estates in Tattershall, Kirby, Conisby, Woodhall, Dawood, Highall, Billingborough, Sempringham, Birthorp and Ousby which are to vest in Booth Rolle and Fortescue on the death of Dame Anne Clinton, wife of Charles Bates.

[no title]  1262M/TLI/76  1731

(Outsize document, stored in map room)

Contents:
Exemplification of Chancery Proceedings Theophilus Fortescue (youngest son of Hugh Fortescue and Bridget Boscawen) through Joseph Fortescue his uncle complainant. Against Hugh Lord Clinton, Margaret Fortescue and Bridget Fortescue claiming rights in the Tattershall, Billingborough and Sempringham estates

[no title]  1262M/TLI/77-78  1755

(Both damaged)

Contents:
Lease and Release
Third part Properties in Tattershall, Billingborough, Sempringham, Birthorp, Highill, Ousby, Kirby and Woodhall.
Parties to deeds uncertain - according to 18th or 19th century notes it marks the paying off of the Earl of Lincoln's mortgage debt.

[no title]  1262M/TLI/79  1825

Contents:
Trust Deed
Properties in Threckingham and Poynton.
Charles K. K. Tynte and Earl of Ilchester to Henry Karslake as trustee for Earl Fortescue and Lord Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/TLI/80  1845

Contents:
Grant of Annuity
Rent charge on Tattershall and Kirkby on Bain properties.
Hugh Earl Fortescue to Lord Ebrington and King (his trustee)

[no title]  1262M/TLI/81  1845

Contents:
Grant of Annuity
Rent charge on Tattershall and Kirkby on Bain properties.
Hugh Earl Fortescue to Hester Dowager Countess Fortescue and Wilbraham (her trustee)

[no title]  1262M/TLI/82  1855

Contents:
Copy Conveyance
Manors of Billingborough, Stow, Sempringham and Birthorpe, Lincolnshire (with schedule of properties)
Earl Fortescue and Viscount Ebrington to C. A. Gore
(Office of Woods) and H.M. the Queen

[no title]  1262M/TLI/83  1855

Contents:
Covenant to produce Title Deeds
Deeds relating to title of advowson of Sempringham, now held in trust by Earl Lovelace and Lord Courtenay to be produced by C. A. Gore (Office of Woods)

[no title]  1262M/TLI/84  1858

Contents:
Reconveyance
Advowsons of Billingborough and Sempringham.
Earl Fortescue and Lord Ebrington to P. Karslake as trustee

Miscellaneous Lincolnshire  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TLI/85-86  17th cent

(Damaged)

Contents:
Fines
Lincolnshire estates

[no title]  1262M/TLI/87  1663

Contents:
Receipt
Earl of Lincoln to Hugh Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/TLI/87A-B  1663

Contents:
Receipt and Bond

[no title]  1262M/TLI/88  1666

Contents:
Bond
Earl of Lincoln to Hugh Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/TLI/89  1811

Contents:
Covenant to produce Deeds
Title to property in Billingborough, Lincolnshire.
Mason to Buckberry

[no title]  1262M/TLI/90-91  1848

Contents:
Copy Conveyance and Deed of Covenants
Lands in Tattershall and Tattershall Thorp, Lincolnshire, (with plans and schedule).
Earl Fortescue and Viscount Ebrington to Great Northern Railway Co.

[no title]  1262M/TLI/92  1851

Contents:
Declaration
Merger of Tithes from Tattershall and Tattershall
Thorpe, Lincolnshire.
Hugh, Earl Fortescue

MIDDLESEX  1262M/TM  [n.d.]

Edmonton and Enfield, Middlesex  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TM/1  1572

Contents:
Bargain and sale
Fortiscue house, Enfield and property in Edmonton and Enfield, Middlesex.
Hugh Fortiscue of Filleigh, Devon to John Churchman, merchant-tailor of London

St. George's Hanover Square, Middlesex  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TM/2  1728

Contents:
Agreement
Newly erected brick house on north side of Grosvenor Square.
Hugh Lord Clinton and Gray and Brown bricklayers

[no title]  1262M/TM/3-10  1728 - 1785

(All badly damaged)

Contents:
Deeds and Assignments
Property in Grosvenor Square.
Dawe - Morgan - Shepherd - Earl of Rockingham

NORFOLK  1262M/TN  [n.d.]


Related information: (See Corbet and Fortescue family documents under Gloucestershire 1262M/TG/4-10)

[no title]  1262M/TN/1  1466

Contents:
Trust deed
Manor of Little Dunham to be granted to a nominee of Richard Whytly in trust for Maude, daughter of Sir John Fortescue, and divorced wife of Robert Corbet

SOMERSET  1262M/TSO  [n.d.]

Administrative history:
Sir John Fortescue (see 1262M/TSO/87-91) was a trustee for certain of the Somerset estates, but the greater part of these were acquired by various members of the Fortescue family during the course of the seventeenth century.

Contents:
There is a particularly full series of mediaeval deeds for the Ashwick and Shepton Mallet area, including some relating to Bath Abbey and to a guild at Shepton Mallet. Many of the apparently unrelated deeds where property is held in trust are perhaps the muniments of this Guild. The Palton or Paulton family's more scattered estates are also well documented (see also Hampshire and 'Properties in more than one county' section, TZ1-3 and TZ11).
Sixteenth and seventeenth century landowning families include Horner, Stidman, St. Loe and Rouse (of Cornwall).

Ashwick, Somerset  [no ref. or date]


Related information: (For deeds of lands in Ashwick once of Guild of Holy Trinity and St. John Baptist, Shepton Mallet, see under Shepton Mallet)

Manor of Ashwick (former Bath Priory estates)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TSO/1-2  after 1280

Contents:
Quitclaim (two copies)
Rights in one "carucate" of land in Ashwick. Jocelin son of Humphry Chelebrand to Prior Walter and the convent of Bath

[no title]  1262M/TSO/3  early 14th cent

Contents:
Grant
All common of pasture in "Axwick" with five measures of logs at Christmas and five measures of sticks at Easter from her woods.
Douce de Curcell (widow) and Sir Robert Bordoun her son to Prior Robert and the convent of Bath and all their tenants in "Axwick"

[no title]  1262M/TSO/4  temp. Edw. II

(Part missing)

Contents:
Letters of Attorney
To give possession of timber rights according to terms of Douce de Curcell's grant to the Prior and convent of Bath and their tenants in Ashwick. Nicholas Burdon to William Trowbridge and another

[no title]  1262M/TSO/5  nd

Contents:
Not used

[no title]  1262M/TSO/6  (1529)

Contents:
Copy letters patent
Manors of Stanton Prior and Ashwick, tenement in "Ilwick" in Blagdon, advowson of Stanton Prior, and other property in Stanton Prior, Ashwick and Kilmersdon, Somerset, formerly of the dissolved monastery of Bath.
Crown to Thomas Horner of Mells

[no title]  1262M/TSO/7  1544

Contents:
Feoffment
Capital messuage in Ashwick with close called West Ashcroft and other named closes, late of Bath Priory, Thomas Horner, Mells to John Stidman, Ashwick

[no title]  1262M/TSO/8  1544

Contents:
Quitclaim
Manor of Ashwick.
John Horner of Stoke St. Michael, in parish of Doulting to John Stidman

[no title]  1262M/TSO/9  1544

Contents:
Feoffment
All his properties in Ashwick, Stratton Cardiff, Emborough and Kilmersdon late of the monasteries of Bruton and Bath.
Thomas Horner to John Stidman

[no title]  1262M/TSO/10  1545

Contents:
Bond
To indemnify Stidman against any demand by the Crown for chief rent from Manor of Ashwick. John Horner to John Stidman

[no title]  1262M/TSO/11  1547

Contents:
Quitclaim
Properties in Ashwick and elsewhere, as in 1262M/TSO/9
John Horner of Cloford to John Stidman

[no title]  1262M/TSO/12  1547

Contents:
Confirmatory grant
Property and parties as 1262M/TSO/11

[no title]  1262M/TSO/13  1574

Contents:
Quitclaim
Properties in Ashwick, Emborough, Stratton, Carcliff and Kilmersdon
John Horner and Clement Alun (Mells) to John Stidman the elder

[no title]  1262M/TSO/13A  1578

Contents:
Agreement
Settlement of disputed boundaries between certain lands in Ashwick
Stidman and Rouse

[no title]  1262M/TSO/14  1581

Contents:
Feoffment
Manor Ashwick
Alun, Wallen and A'Courte to George Stidman son of John Stidman

[no title]  1262M/TSO/14A-B  1581

Contents:
Feoffments
Manor of Ashwick
Robert Stidman to Alun, Wallen and A'Courte: Alun Wallen and A'Courte to George Stidman

[no title]  1262M/TSO/15  1582

Contents:
Probate Copy Will
John Stidman the elder, Ashwick, gent.
John Stidman his son executor and residuary legatee - various bequests to named members of his family
Dated 1580, Proved 1582, Archdeaconry Court, Wells

[no title]  1262M/TSO/16  1582

Contents:
Inquiry after Death
As to freehold estates of John Stidman the elder, Ashwick, gent
Properties in Ashwick, Emborough, Stratton and Kilmersdon

[no title]  1262M/TSO/17  1582

Contents:
Manor of Ashwick, paying £7.7s. chief rent to the Crown (schedule attached).
Court of Wards and Liveries to Robert Stidman son and heir of John Stidman

[no title]  1262M/TSO/18  1583

Contents:
General Livery
Possession of Manor of Ashwick and properties in Ashwick, Emborough, Stratton and Kilmersdon to be given to Robert Stidman. Crown to Eschaetor for Somerset

[no title]  1262M/TSO/19  1599

Contents:
Bond
James Stidman to George Stidman

[no title]  1262M/TSO/20  1615

Contents:
Manor of Ashwick, paying 13s. chief rent to the Crown (schedule attached).
Court of Wards and Liveries to George Stidman on behalf of James Stidman

[no title]  1262M/TSO/21  1615

Contents:
Order of Court of Wards
Robert Stidman died twelve years since the Crown has been cheated of revenue
Thomas Bower claims reward for reporting thi

[no title]  1262M/TSO/22  1629

Contents:
Probate copy will
George Stidman, Ashwick, gent.
Executrix and residuary legatee, his wife Susan Stidman
Dated 1629, Proved 1629 P.C.C.

[no title]  1262M/TSO/23  1631

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
Proviso for new leases of Stidman properties to be drawn up with consent of Susanna Stidman of Bristol, widow and executrix of George Stidman. Henry James of Ashwick and Susanna Stidman the younger

[no title]  1262M/TSO/24  1639

Contents:
Copy Inquiry after Death
As to freehold estates of George Stidman and of John Stidman his grandfather in Ashwick, Kilmersdon, Stratton and Emborough

[no title]  1262M/TSO/25  1641

Contents:
Manor of Ashwick paying 30s. rent to the Crown Court of Wards and Liveries to Mary, Bridget and Frances Stidman, three of the five daughters of George Stidman, decd.

[no title]  1262M/TSO/26  1671

Contents:
Quitclaim
Manor of Ashwick.
Frances Stidman to Henry James

[no title]  1262M/TSO/27  1671

Contents:
Quitclaim
Manor of Ashwick.
Henry James, Mells, Somerset, to Arthur Fortescue of Penwarne, Cornwall, and Moore, his trustee

[no title]  1262M/TSO/28  1671


Related information: (See 1262M/TSO/27)

Contents:
Quitclaim
Manor of Ashwick
Moore to Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/TSO/29-30  1671

Contents:
Lease and Release
Manor of Ashwick and properties in Ashwick, Kilmersdon, Stratton and Emborough.
Henry James the younger to Arthur Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/TSO/31  1671

Contents:
Letters of Administration
Property of Susan James (nee Stidman).
Consistory Court of Bath and Wells to Henry James jun., her son

[no title]  1262M/TSO/32  1671

Contents:
Assignment of Leasehold terms
Manor of Ashwick (with schedule of properties)
Henry James the younger and White, his trustee to Arthur Fortescue and Salmon and Honeycombe, his trustees

[no title]  1262M/TSO/33  1671

Contents:
Quitclaim
Property as 1262M/TSO/32.
Henry James sen. to Salmon and Honycombe

[no title]  1262M/TSO/34-35  1671

Contents:
Bonds
To observe covenants in deeds forgoing Henry James jun. to Arthur Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/TSO/36-37  1671

Contents:
Fine (two parts)
Manor of Ashwick.
Henry and Anne James to Arthur Fortescue

Pew's Tenement  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TSO/38  1372

Contents:
Feoffment
Tenements in Ashwick once in tenure of Hugh Pew.
William Lovering (vicar choral of Wells) and William at Reke to John Dollyng, Richard Bassett, John At Mulle and another

[no title]  1262M/TSO/39  1382

Contents:
Feoffment
Tenement in Ashwick had of feoffment of Loverying and Reke.
Dollyng and Bassett to Thomas Pew of Ashwick

[no title]  1262M/TSO/40  1383

Contents:
Feoffment
Tenement in Ashwick had of feoffment of Loveryng and Reke.
Dollyng, Bassett and Mulle to Thomas Pew of Ashwick

[no title]  1262M/TSO/41  1466

Contents:
Feoffment
Properties in Ashwick upon Mendip.
Thomas Pewe son and heir of William Pewe to William Vowell, Thomas Pewe and William Pewe

[no title]  1262M/TSO/42  1466

Contents:
Letter of Attorney
Thomas Pewe to John Lychefield and William Hill to give seizin of lands in Ashwick to Vowell and others as 1262M/TSO/41

[no title]  1262M/TSO/43  1486

Contents:
Feoffment
Tenement called "Pew's Lands" in Ashwick.
Thomas Pewe of Southampton son and heir of William Pewe to John Pewe

[no title]  1262M/TSO/44  1486

Contents:
Quitclaim
Pews Tenement, Ashwick.
Thomas Pewe to John Pewe

[no title]  1262M/TSO/45-46  1611

Contents:
Bargain and sale with Bond
Tenement in Ashwick, Somerset.
Robert Pew, Stoke St. Michael to Henry
Russell of Binegar, clerk.

[no title]  1262M/TSO/47-48  1613

(Two parts)

Contents:
Fine
Property in Ashwick, Somerset.
Robert and Mary Pewe to Henry Russell, clerk

[no title]  1262M/TSO/49  1618

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
Tenement formerly Pew's, Ashwick; Goare tenement, Shepton Mallet; Combehouse in Stoke St. Michael; and common on Mendip, all being in Somerset.
Henry Russell and Elizabeth Guppy (Pickyate, Somerset)

[no title]  1262M/TSO/50-51  1626

Contents:
Lease and Release
Property in Ashwick and common on Mendip, (with schedule of leases).
Edward, Henry and Elizabeth Russell to Hugh Fortescue and William Rolle (as trustee)

[no title]  1262M/TSO/52-53  1626

Contents:
Fine (two parts)
Property in Ashwick and common on Mendip.
Russell to Fortescue

Dolling's Tenement  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TSO/55-55  1403

Contents:
Feoffment and Counterpart
"Dollynges" tenement and holdings in "Wolberghescrofte", the Marsh and Kingshay with common rights in "Harrygges" Wood and West Down.
John Babyngton to John and Edith Brown (Bristol Seal)

[no title]  1262M/TSO/56-57  1403

Contents:
Quitclaim and Counterpart
Properties and parties as in 1262M/TSO/54-55

[no title]  1262M/TSO/58-58A  1427

Contents:
Feoffment and copy
Dollynges tenement, Ashwick.
John Brown to John Brown jun. his son, and John Savage

[no title]  1262M/TSO/59  1472

Contents:
Feoffment
Dollynges tenement, Ashwick.
John Brown otherwise "Browndollyng" jun. (Frome) to William, Joan and John Beane

[no title]  1262M/TSO/60  1477

Contents:
Feoffment
Dollyng's tenement, Ashwick.
William Bene and Joan his wife, heiress of John Brown Dolling to Sir John St. Lo and ten others (trustees)

[no title]  1262M/TSO/61  1477

Contents:
Quitclaim
Properties and parties as in 1262M/TSO/60

Combe House and Mede family trusts  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TSO/62  1366

Contents:
Quitclaim
"Combe house" in Ashwick, hundred of Kilmersdon.
Edith, daughter of William Combe to Adam Uphulle

[no title]  1262M/TSO/63  1367

Contents:
Quitclaim
"Combe house" in Ashwick, hundred of Kilmersdon.
Robert Mede son of Thomas Mede to Adam Combe

[no title]  1262M/TSO/64  1420

Contents:
Feoffment
Combe house, Ashwick, in "parish of Kilmersdon".
William Mede son and heir of Robert Mede of Shepton Mallet to Thomas Payn of Stony Stratton and John Godefelawe of Doulting

[no title]  1262M/TSO/65  1422

Contents:
Feoffment in fee tail
Combe House, Ashwick.
Payne and Godefelawe to Dionysia, wife of late William Mede

[no title]  1262M/TSO/66  1437

Contents:
Feoffment
Properties in Ashwick "in parishes of Kilmersdon and Shepton Mallett in the hundred of Whitestone".
William Meede, son and heir of William Meede to William Crympe and Thomas Hunte both of "Welwe" (Wellow)

[no title]  1262M/TSO/67  1449

Contents:
Feoffment
Properties in Ashwick and "Michaelstoke" in hundred of Kilmersdon had of gift of William Mede.
Crympe and Hunt to William Mede

[no title]  1262M/TSO/68  1449

Contents:
Letters of Attorney
To deliver seisin of lands in Ashwick and Michaelstoke to William Mede.
Crympe and Hunt to Thomas Yett and William Melkille

[no title]  1262M/TSO/69  1451

Contents:
Feoffment
Properties in Ashwick and Shepton Mallet.
William Mede of Wellow, son and heir of William Mede late of Shepton Mallet to Robert Lord Hungerford, John Rodnor, vicar of Wellow and two others

[no title]  1262M/TSO/70  1451

Contents:
Letters of Attorney
To receive seisin of lands in Shepton Mallet, and Ashwick from William Mede.
Robert Lord Hungerford and others to John Williams

[no title]  1262M/TSO/71  1451

Contents:
Feoffment
Properties in Ashwick and Shepton Mallet, Somerset.
William Mede of Wellow to Rodnor, Hunt, John Busshe, sen., and John Busshe jun.

[no title]  1262M/TSO/72  1453

Contents:
Feoffment
Properties in Ashwick and Shepton Mallet, Somerset.
Rodnor, Hunt, Busshe and Busshe to Mede

[no title]  1262M/TSO/73  1453

Contents:
Letters of Attorney
To deliver seisin of properties in Ashwick and Shepton Mallet to William Mede, Rodnor and others, as above to John Huguns

[no title]  1262M/TSO/74  1453

Contents:
Feoffment
Properties at Ashwick and Shepton Mallet, Somerset.
William Mede to John Busshe, jun. Dated at Bath

[no title]  1262M/TSO/75-76  1453

Contents:
Feoffment and Counterpart
Properties and parties 1262M/TSO/74 but dated at Ashwick

[no title]  1262M/TSO/77  1453

Contents:
Quitclaim
Properties in Ashwick and Shepton Mallet, Somerset.
Mede to Busshe

[no title]  1262M/TSO/78  1453

Contents:
Bond
£40, to be paid at All Saints Day 1454.
Mede to Busshe

[no title]  1262M/TSO/79  1453

Contents:
Deed of Covenant
For undisturbed possession of the Ashwick and Shepton Mallet estates granted to Busshe by Mede

[no title]  1262M/TSO/80  1454

Contents:
Quitclaim
Freedom from all actions at law.
Mede to Busshe

[no title]  1262M/TSO/81  1519

Contents:
Feoffment
Properties in "towns and fields" of Ashwick and Shepton Mallet.
John Busshe of Norton St. Phillip to John Busshe of Writhlington his son and heir

Former Basset property, later Fortescue Trusteeship  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TSO/82  1375

(Damaged)

Contents:
Feoffment
All his property in Ashwick in the hundred of Kilmersdon.
Richard Basset to Roger Basset his son and heir

[no title]  1262M/TSO/82A  1391

(Damaged)

Contents:
Feoffment
Property in Ashwick had of gift of Richard Basset.
Edward Malet of Kilmersdon, clerk and John Broke, rector of Stratton on the Fosse to Richard Basset of Radstock and Matilda his wife

[no title]  1262M/TSO/83  1392

Contents:
Feoffment
Properties in Ashwick had of gift of Richard and Matilda Basset.
Richard Buksand, Alice his wife to John Brown, (Binegar) and Edward Malet of Kilmersdon clerk

[no title]  1262M/TSO/84  1392

Contents:
Quitclaim
Properties in Ashwick had of gift of Bucks, Brown and Malet to Adam Brown of Ashwick and Alice his wife

[no title]  1262M/TSO/85  1441

Contents:
Fine
Properties in Ashwick.
John Samuel jun. and three others to John Cheyney of Pynne and two others

[no title]  1262M/TSO/86  1443

Contents:
Quitclaim
Property in Ashwick in Hundred of Kilmersdon had of gift of Adam Browne, William Russell of Cranmore to John Browne son of Adam Browne of Ashwick

[no title]  1262M/TSO/87  1443

Contents:
Quitclaim
Property in Ashwick as in 1262M/TSO/86.
Russell to Sir John Fortescue, John Cheyney of Pynne, John Frances, John Sammell and John Gogh

[no title]  1262M/TSO/88  1443

Contents:
Quitclaim
Property in Ashwick as in 1262M/TSO/86
William Langedon alias Reynold to Fortescue and three others as in 1262M/TSO/87

[no title]  1262M/TSO/89  1448

Contents:
Fine
Manor of Ashwick and lands once held by William Tylly and Margaret now his wife, and formerly wife Adam Brown and the inheritance of John Brown.
John Brown son of Adam Brown to Sir John Fortescue and three others as in 1262M/TSO/87.

[no title]  1262M/TSO/90  1448

Contents:
Feoffment
Manor of Ashwick in Hundred of Kilmersdon.
Sir John Fortescue and six others to William Carent, esq., and five others

[no title]  1262M/TSO/91  1448

Contents:
Quitclaim
Manor of Ashwick in Hundred of Kilmersdon.
Sir John Fortescue and others to William Carent esq. and others

Early, miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TSO/92  1370

Contents:
Feoffment
Properties and manorial rights in Ashwick in Kilmersdon Hundred.
John Burdon to William Braybrok.
Dated at Exeter

[no title]  1262M/TSO/93  1370

Contents:
Quitclaim
Property and parties as 1262M/TSO/92.
(Seal (alledgedly that of Exeter)

[no title]  1262M/TSO/94  1450

Contents:
Bond
Henry Braybroke and John Clerk citizens of London to William Codner a merchant of Bristol

The Church House  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TSO/95  1531

Contents:
Feoffment
Small parcel of land in Ashwick for building a church house (to be completed by Michaelmas 1536).
William Holway, Prior of the Monastery and Cathedral Church of Bath to trustees of Church of St. James, Ashwick.

[no title]  1262M/TSO/96  1556

Archival history:
(Attached to 1262M/TSO/95)

Contents:
Feoffment
Ashwick Church House.
Surviving feoffees to new feoffees.

Miscellaneous Deeds  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TSO/97  1334

Contents:
Feoffment in fee tail
Lands in Ashwick had of gift of Sir Thomas de Gornay.
William of Over and John of Alvington to Sir Thomas de Gornay Lord of East Harptree, Joan his wife and Joan his daughter

[no title]  1262M/TSO/98A  1466

Contents:
Quitclaim
Property in Ashwick, Somerset.
John Bourne esq., Chalfield, Wilts to John Cheyne, esq.

[no title]  1262M/TSO/98B  1576

Contents:
Bargain and sale
Fursey Crofte, Kingshey and other property in Ashwick, Somerset, once property of Bysse (? Bush, as 1262M/TSO/98A)
William and James Orenge to John Rowse and his trustee

[no title]  1262M/TSO/98C  1577

Contents:
Fine
Property in Ashwick, Somerset.
William Orenge, Elizabeth his wife and James Orenge to Anthony Rowse

[no title]  1262M/TSO/98D  1577

Contents:
Bargain and sale
Property in Kingshay and Frogpool, Ashwick, Somerset, once of Henry, Earl of Huntingdon, John Norman, Ashwick, to John Rowse of Edmerston, Devon

[no title]  1262M/TSO/99  1666

Contents:
Fine
Property in Ashwick upon Mendip.
Thomas and Hester Webb, John and Mary Wilcox, George and Elizabeth Parfitt, James and Anne Allen alias Cornish, and Susan Allen alias Cornish to Edward Morris

Fortescue Deeds (later series)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TSO/100-1  1634

Contents:
Lease and Release
Manor of Ashwick, Harrydge Woods, and properties in Ashwick, Shepton Mallet, Stoke Lane and Commons in Mendip.
Hugh Fortescue (Wear Giffard) to Edward Rolle (Stockley) and John Hutchins (Petrockstowe) - all being of Devon

[no title]  1262M/TSO/102  1708

Contents:
Fine
Property in Ashwick upon Mendip.
James Strode and Elizabeth Sellick, widow to Hugh Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/TSO/103  1763

Contents:
Release
Lands in Ashwick.
George West, of St. George Hanover Square to Matthew Lord Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/TSO/104  1763

Contents:
Inclosure Deed
Ashwick Down, Somerset.
Matthew Lord Fortescue, Gregory Stock and fourteen others

[no title]  1262M/TSO/105  1803

Contents:
Trust Deed
Messuages and lands, part Manor of Ashwick, Somerset.
Earl of Leicester and Lord Littleton to Hugh Earl Fortescue and his trustee

[no title]  1262M/TSO/106  1804

Contents:
Deed of Exchange
Properties in Ashwick, Somerset.
Hugh Earl Fortescue and his trustee, with Richard Perkins of Oakhill, Ashwick

Churchill, Somerset  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TSO/107  1317

Contents:
Grant
Custody of estates in Churchill, with wardship and marriage of the heirs of John le Nywman.
Matilda, widow of William Cotele to Henry Lovete

Compton Martin, Somerset  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TSO/108  1617

Contents:
Bargain and sale
Tenement in Moreton, Compton Martin, Somerset.
William Rodford to Robert Browne, Croscombe

Croscombe, Somerset  [no ref. or date]

Market and Fair  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TSO/109  1439

Contents:
Letters patent
Confirming charter of Edward III (1342)
Fair to be held in Croscombe on 24, 25 and 26 March, and a weekly market on Tuesdays.
Originally granted to John of Paulton, confirmed (by Henry VI) to Sir William Palton

Barton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TSO/110  n.d

Contents:
Acknowledgement of grant
William Farelore quotes grant of Properties in "vill" of Barton had of Robert of Barton.
Elyas Cotele to William Farelore

[no title]  1262M/TSO/111  c.1282

Contents:
Feoffment
All lands in Barton given by fine made in the King's court in the tenth year of King Edward (1282).
Robert and Matilda Barton to William de Farelore (Elyas Cotele is notified of the grant)

[no title]  1262M/TSO/112  1365

Contents:
Settlement
Manors of Corscombe and Hornyngdon (now Croscombe and Horrington) entailed, under provisions of a certain bond in £1,000 Sir John St. Loe, the younger, to Lady Joan, widow of Sir John Palton

[no title]  1262M/TSO/113  1391

Contents:
Surrender of Guardienship
Manor of Croscombe with properties, Pithouse, Churchill, Dinder and Barton, Somerset.
Sir Mayheu de Gournay to Dame Elizabeth, widow of Sir Robert de Palton

[no title]  1262M/TSO/113A  1388

Contents:
Attornment
Rent charge from properties in Croscombe held from Joan de Palton
Margaret, daughter of Sir John de la Mare of Nunney to Forde parson of Croscombe and Malet vicar of Kilmersdon

Holcombe, Somerset  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TSO/114  n.d

Contents:
Confirmation of Grant
Tenants of the Prior and Convent of Bath in 'Holecumba' to be free from suit and services to the Hundred Court of Kilmersdon, as granted by Ralf de Soleinni (or Sulleni) to Thomas, Prior of Bath, Andrew de Soleinni son of Ralf de Soleinni (Endorsement specified 'Axwick' - i.e. Ashwick)

[no title]  1262M/TSO/115  1440

Contents:
Letters of Attorney
To deliver seisin to John Fitzjames and others of a tenement called 'Wedehouse' in Holcombe, West Shepton, Somerset
John Fawxe, clerk to John Marke and Edmund Champion

[no title]  1262M/TSO/116  1544

Contents:
Bargain and sale
Properties in Holcombe, Somerset
Thomas Bampfelde of Newton St. Loo and John Bampfelde his son and heir to Thomas Horner of Mells and Robert son and heir of John Horner

[no title]  1262M/TSO/117-8  1544, 1545

Contents:
Bonds
To observe agreements in a conveyance of Holcombe, Somerset.
Bampfylde to Horner

[no title]  1262M/TSO/119-20  1547

Contents:
Fine (two parts)
Property in Holcombe.
Thomas and John Bampfylde to Thomas Horner

[no title]  1262M/TSO/121-4  1661 - 1663


Related information: (See also 1262M/TSO/184-190, under Long Sutton)

Contents:
Bonds and Receipts
Conveyance of Holcombe estate to Arthur Fortescue of Penwarne, Cornwall, Horner, Spalding and others

Holcombe Meade  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TSO/125-6  1664

Contents:
Bargain and Sale and Counterpart
Two acres in Holcombe Mead.
Arthur Fortescue of Penwarne, Cornwall to Henry Salmon of Stratton on the Fosse, Somerset and three others

[no title]  1262M/TSO/127-8  1670

Contents:
Lease and Release
Two acres in Holcombe Meadow.
John Tooker, Midsomer Norton to John Salmon, Holcombe

[no title]  1262M/TSO/219-31  1673

Contents:
Lease and Release, with Writ
Four acres in Holcombe Mead.
John Salmon, Holcombe and three others to Arthur Fortescue of Penwarn, Cornwall

Horrington, Somerset  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TSO/132  1345

Contents:
Feoffment
Manor of Esthornyngdon (excepting dower land of Dionysia de la Rivere) and rents and services of Henry de Bounteshale in Wells.
Sir John de la Rivere to Sir John de Palton

Kilmersdon, Somerset  [no ref. or date]


Related information: (See also under Ashwick, Somerset)

[no title]  1262M/TSO/133  1334

Contents:
Feoffment
Property at Down in the vill of "Kynemersdone" had of gift of Elias of Croscombe.
Elias son of John of Croscombe to Elias of Croscombe and Juliana his wife

Manor of Kilmersdon  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TSO/134  1635

Contents:
Bargain and sale
Manor of Kilmersdon, Somerset.
Oliver, Earl of Bolingbrooke, Elizabeth, Countess of Bolingbrooke and others to Hugh Fortescue of Weare Giffard and William Rolle of Heanton (both in Devon)

[no title]  1262M/TSO/135  1636

Contents:
Fine
Manor of Kilmersdon, Somerset.
Earl and Countess Bolingbroke and Sir Pulet St. John KB to Fortescue and Rolle

Minor Properties  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TSO/136  1633

Contents:
Bargain and sale
Tenement late Hobbes', in Kilmersdon.
Robert Richman alias Shepperd to William Howser

[no title]  1262M/TSO/137  1675

Contents:
Bargain and sale
Tenement formerly Hobbs, Kilmersdon.
Anthony Howse and Roger Howse his son and heir apparent to Arthur Fortescue of Penwarne and John Honeycombe of Mevagissy (both in Cornwall)

[no title]  1262M/TSO/138  1675

Contents:
Quitclaim
Property 1262M/TSO/119
Honycombe to Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/TSO/139  1754

Contents:
Release
Cottage in Kilmersdon.
Matthew Lord Fortescue and Faithful Fortescue, gent. (both of Filleigh, Devon) to John Flower

Norton St. Phillip, Somerset  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TSO/140  1441

Contents:
Feoffment in fee tail
House and garden in town of Philippes Norton, and lands.
Richard, prior of Hinton Charter - house to John Fortescue, Isabel Fortescue his wife and Margery, widow of John Janyns, the mother of Isabel Fortescue

Shepton Mallet, Somerset  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See also entries under Ashwick above

Contents:
Former Guild property (including some at Ashwick

[no title]  1262M/TSO/141  1511

Contents:
Feoffment
Properties in Shepton Mallet and Stoke St. Michael.
John Wardford to Richard Ruynon

[no title]  1262M/TSO/142  1520

Contents:
Guild Statutes
Promulgation by John Fitzjames, Richard Ruynon, Thomas Stroode and six others, of the statutes of the guild or brotherhood of the Holy Trinity and St. John the Baptist, of which they were wardens, and by virtue of royal grants empowering them to do so.

[no title]  1262M/TSO/143  1548

Contents:
Bargain and sale
Properties of the late dissolved guild of the Holy Trinity and St. John the Baptist within the parish church of Shepton Mallet, lying in Ashwick, Kilmersdon, Shepton Mallet, Stoke St. Michael, Holcombe, Yeovil and elsewhere in Somerset.
John Horner of Cloford to John Rowse of Mells

[no title]  1262M/TSO/144  1624

Contents:
Probate Copy Will
Sir Anthony Rous, Halton, Cornwall, knight.
Dated October, 1620, Proved P.C.C.
August 1624.
Bequeathing his estates in Somerset to his son Robert Rous

[no title]  1262M/TSO/145-6  1624

Contents:
Bargain and sale with Bond
Manor of Ashwick, Harridge Wood and common of pasture on Mendip, in Ashwick and Stoke Lane. Robert Rous of Wotton and William Rous of Haulton, Cornwall to Hugh Fortescue of Filleigh, Devon

[no title]  1262M/TSO/147-8  1625

Contents:
Fine (two parts)
Properties and parties as in 1262M/TSO/145

Fosse House and associated properties  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TSO/149  1572

Contents:
Quitclaim
Tenement on the Fosse in parishes of Stoke St. Michael and Shepton Mallet.
Henry Mede of Stoke St. Michael to John Rowsse, lord of the manor of Ashwick

[no title]  1262M/TSO/150  1624

Contents:
Bargain and sale
House called Vosse, newbuilt house in Clovell Combe, closes on Mendip and other property in Shepton Mallet and Stoke St. Michael.
Robert Rouse of Wotton, Cornwall to Edward Salman, Wells, Somerset

[no title]  1262M/TSO/151  ? 1626

Probate torn off

Contents:
Probate copy Will
Edward Salmon, Wells, taylor
Dated May 1625
Executrix and residuary legatee, Mary Salmon, his wife

[no title]  1262M/TSO/152  1626

Contents:
Confirmatory grant
Properties in Shepton Mallet and Stoke St. Michael as in 1262M/TSO/148
Robert and Jane Rouse (Wotton, Cornwall) to Henry Foster (Wells, Somerset), John Salmon (Stratton on the Fosse) and Richard Salmon (Chew Magna)

[no title]  1262M/TSO/153-4  1626

Contents:
Fine (two parts)
Properties and parties as in 1262M/TSO/152

[no title]  1262M/TSO/155  1626

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
Properties in Shepton a Mallet and Stoke St. Michael as in 1262M/TSO/148
Foster, Salmon and Salmon to Hugh Fortescue of Filleigh, Devon

Oakhill village (various properties)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TSO/156  1568

Contents:
Bargain and sale
Billing's tenement and property in 'Ocle', Shepton Mallet, Somerset
George Upton (Wells), James Bisse (Batcombe) and Edward his son to William Bull (Wells)

[no title]  1262M/TSO/156A  1601

Contents:
Grant
Rent charges from 'Ocle' and 'Billinge' Thekestone (London) to George Upton (Wells)

[no title]  1262M/TSO/156B  1603

Contents:
Grant
Rent charges from 'Ocle' and 'Billinge' George Upton to William Bull (both Wells)

[no title]  1262M/TSO/157  1622

Contents:
Family Settlement
Billing's tenement and property in Okehill William Bull, magistrate of Wells to George Bull, a younger son of his

[no title]  1262M/TSO/158  1629

Contents:
Inquiry after Death
As to freehold lands of George Bull, gent., late of Wells, at Billing's tenement and Oakehill, Shepton Mallet, Somerset

[no title]  1262M/TSO/159-61  1673

Contents:
Agreement to sell with Lease and Release
Billing's tenement and property in Oakhill, Shepton Mallet, Somerset.
George Bull, Siddington, Gloucestershire, William Bull, Shapwick, Somerset and Henry Bull his son to Arthur Fortescue of Penwarne, Cornwall

[no title]  1262M/TSO/162-3  1673

Contents:
Fine (two parts)
Properties and parties as 1262M/TSO/161

[no title]  1262M/TSO/164-5  1702

Contents:
Lease and Release
Properties late Strode's in Shepton Mallet and Doulting, Somerset.
John Nichols and Edward Glasse of Child Ockford, Dorset to John St. Loe of Little Fontmell, Dorset and Sarah his wife (née Strode)

[no title]  1262M/TSO/166-8  1702

Contents:
Lease and Release with Counterpart Release
Pasture land at Ockle or Oakhill adjoining Mendip and Oakhill Marsh in Shepton Mallet, Somerset.
John and Sarah St. Loe and Philip Bennett of Maperton to Hugh Fortescue of Filleigh, Devon.

[no title]  1262M/TSO/169  1702

Contents:
Agreement to levy a fine
Property as 1262M/TSO/166-168.
St. Loe, Bennet, Swaine, Dackombe and Ceely to Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/TSO/170-1  1702

Contents:
Fine (two parts)
Properties and parties as 1262M/TSO/169

[no title]  1262M/TSO/172-3  1702

Contents:
Writ and Return
Properties in Shepton Mallet, Oakhill or Ocle and Ashwick with common of pasture on Mendip. John and Sarah St. Loe and Phillip Bennet to Hugh Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/TSO/174  1804

Contents:
Conveyance
Cottage and garden at Oakhill, parish of Shepton Mallet and part Manor of Ashwick.
Hugh Earl Fortescue and his trustee (Karslake) to Philip Emery (Oakhill)

[no title]  1262M/TSO/175  1343

Contents:
Attornment
Dower lands in vill of "Shepton". One rosary a year to be said during life of Petronilla Chann, widow, Petronilla Chann, widow of John Chann of Shepton to John of Eston, Rector of and Nicholas Durdon

[no title]  1262M/TSO/176  1626

Contents:
Quitclaim
Newly built house and newly enclosed pasture land in Shepton Mallet, Somerset.
Leonard Goodynowe, Shepton Mallet to Margaret widow of Richard Tovye, Norton St. Philip

[no title]  1262M/TSO/177  1626

Contents:
Quitclaim
Sixacres with house newly built thereon, and newly built thereon, and newly enclosed pasture in Shepton Mallet.
Richard Younge, Ashwick, to Margaret Tovye

[no title]  1262M/TSO/178-9  1632

Contents:
Agreement to Levy a Fine and Counterpart
Property in Shepton Mallet and Ashwick, Somerset.
John Tovy, Bath and his trustee to Hugh Fortescue of Weare Giffard, Devon and his trustee.

Long Sutton, Somerset  [no ref. or date]

Upton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TSO/180  1636 (1609)

Contents:
Copy Marriage Settlement
Upton, Long Sutton and properties in Somerton, Ilminster, Stocklinch, Babcary, and elsewhere in Somerset.
James Rosse and Elizabeth Haydon, widow (née Stocker)

[no title]  1262M/TSO/181  1630

Contents:
Defeasance
Statute merchant in £1,000 at Bristol.
Augustine Spalding of Wrington and James Rosse of Shepton Beauchamp

[no title]  1262M/TSO/182  1636

Contents:
Bargain and sale
Manor of Upton and other properties in Long Sutton Somerset with schedule of leases.
James Rosse and James his son to Samuel Spaldinge

[no title]  1262M/TSO/183  1636

Contents:
Agreement
Mortgage proviso relating to 1262M/TSO/182
Spaldinge and Rosse

[no title]  1262M/TSO/184-5  1660

Contents:
Fine (two parts)
Manor of Upton, Long Sutton.
James Rosse sen. and jun. to Samuel Spalding

[no title]  1262M/TSO/186  1661

Contents:
Bargain and sale
Manor of Upton and other properties in Long Sutton, Somerset, Schedules of leases and of deeds.
Augustine Spaldinge of Iwood, Congresbury, Somerset, to Arthur Fortescue formerly of Wear Giffard, now of Bradstone, Devon

[no title]  1262M/TSO/187-90  1661 - 1662

Contents:
Fine (two parts) with Bond and Release
Manor of Upton, Long Sutton.
Augustine Spalding to Arthur Fortescue

Miscellaneous parishes, Somerset  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TSO/191  1371

Contents:
Grant in fee tail
Manor of Palton with lands and rents in Heanton Bluett, Cholwell, Durcote, Cridlingcote and Midsomer Norton.
Thomas Malet, vicar of Kylmersdon to Joan widow of Sir John de Palton, Robert Palton and Elizabeth his wife

[no title]  1262M/TSO/192  1576

Contents:
Fine
Properties in Shepton Mallet, Pilton and Wotton upon Mendip.
Richard Uppeton to George Uppeton

[no title]  1262M/TSO/193  1665

Contents:
Recovery
Properties in Croscombe, Dinder, Shepton Mendip and Norton St. Philip.
Robert Fortescue to Nicholas Dennys

[no title]  1262M/TSO/194  c.1690 - 1694

(Damaged)

Contents:
Recovery
Properties in Shepton Mallet, Norton St. Philip, Croscombe and elsewhere in Somerset. (Names of parties lost)

[no title]  1262M/TSO/195  1726

Contents:
Recovery
Properties in Ashwick, Stoke St. Michael, Emborough, Nunney, Shepton Mallet, Long Sutton, Kilmersdon, Stretton on the Fosse and elsewhere in Somerset.
Hugh Earl Clinton to Joseph Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/TSO/196  1752

Contents:
Recovery
Properties at Oakhill and Combehouse.
Ashwick, Shepton Mallet and Stoke St. Michael, Somerset.
Matthew Lord Fortescue to Faithful Fortescue, gent.

SUFFOLK  1262M/TSU  [n.d.]


Related information: (See Corbet and Fortescue family documents under Gloucestershire 1262M/TG/4-10)

Clopton, Suffolk  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TSU/1  1361

Contents:
Agreement
Disputed wardship of lands, formerly of Richard de Clopton in Clopton.
Robert Corbert and John Morehill

Gedding Hall, Suffolk  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TSU/2  1454

Contents:
Fine
Manor of Geddinghall, Suffolk.
Robert and Elizabeth Corbet, and Henry and Cecily Fylingley to Sir John Fortescue, John Cheyney of Pynne (Devon) and four others.
(Note - endorsement by "J. Fortescu with myne aune hande" relating to Ebrington, Gloucestershire

WILTSHIRE  1262M/TWI  [n.d.]

Easton Grey  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TWI/1  1350

Contents:
Feoffment
Property at "Gandewyneslond" in Manor of Grey Easton.
Matthew Sandford to Robert Saundefford

Trobridge  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TWI/2  1679

Contents:
Trust deed
Property in Low Mead Street, Trobridge, Wiltshire sold in trust to raise money for legacies under will of Arthur Fortescue of Filleigh deceased.
Arthur Fortescue of Penwarne, Cornwall and others to Thomas Beach of West Ashton, Wiltshire

Wootton Bassett  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TWI/3  1622

Contents:
Trust deed
Lutterell's tenement, Wootton Basset, Wiltshire.
John Barnard, Downside, Shepton Mallet, Somerset and Edward Barnard to Robert Browne, Croscombe, Somerset

[no title]  1262M/TWI/4-5  1628

Contents:
Lease and Release
Tenement once Jane Lutterell's in Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire.
Richard Wakeman, Bath, Somerset to Barnard and Browne
(Note lease is made initially to one Morgan)

Wilsford  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TWI/6  1496

Contents:
Quitclaim
Lands and tenements in Lake (Wilsford) Wiltshire.
Elizabeth Pomerey, widow, heiress of Richard Deynsill to Sir Robert Willoughby, Lord of Broke, Sir Robert Wadham, Sir John Biconell and others

WORCESTERSHIRE  1262M/TWO  [n.d.]

Droitwich  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TWO/1-2  1711

Contents:
Lease and Release
Property at Musgumtree Field in parish of St. Nicholas, Droitwich, Worcestershire.
John Roberts, Droitwich to Robert Penrice of Martin Hussingtree

[no title]  1262M/TWO/3  1711

Contents:
Mortgage Assignment
Culver close in parish of St. Nicholas, Driotwich, Worcester.
Henry Dowler, Bromsgrove and Joshua his son, Roberts, Penrice and others to William Woodhouse, Droitwich.

[no title]  1262M/TWO/4-5  1746

Contents:
Lease and release
Property at Musgumtree field, St. Nicholas, Droitwich.
Richard Woodhouse of Salwarp, Worcester to Thomas Fortescue, Droitwich

[no title]  1262M/TWO/6-7  1745

Contents:
Lease and Release
Two closes of land called the New Tinings in St. Nicholas, with a barn and other property in St. Peters, Droitwich.
William Baldwin, Droitwich and Elizabeth his wife (née Clifford) to Thomas Fortescue, Droitwich and another

[no title]  1262M/TWO/8  1745

Contents:
Assignment of Mortgage term
Property as in 1262M/TWO/7 above.
Vernon and Baldwin to Penrice, as trustee for Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/TWO/9  1745

(Damaged)

Contents:
Fine
Property in St. Nicholas and St. Peters, Droitwich. Baldwin to Vernon and Norris

Properties in more than one county  1262M/TZ  [n.d.]

Somerset, Wiltshire and Hampshire  [no ref. or date]


Related information: (See also Palton family deeds, 1262M/TSO/109,112-113, 132 and 1262M/TSO/191)

[no title]  1262M/TZ/1  1364

Contents:
Grant
Rent charges from manors of Lake (Wilsford), Wiltshire and "Oure" Hampshire in exchange for rent charges from Croscombe and Paulton, Somerset. Sir John de St. Loe the younger to Lady Joan, widow of Sir John de Palton

[no title]  1262M/TZ/2  1445

Contents:
Feoffment
Manors of Croscombe, Somerset, Lake (in Wilsford), Wiltshire, and "Oure" in Hampshire, with property in Nunney, Glastonbury, Shepton Mallet, Croscombe and elsewhere in Somerset.
Sir William Palton to Sir Philip Courtney and four others

[no title]  1262M/TZ/3  1445

Contents:
Letters of Attorney
To give seisin of properties as in 1262M/TZ/2, above, to Sir Philip Courtney and four others.
Sir William Palton to William Downe and three others

Somerset and Wiltshire  [no ref. or date]


Related information: (See Busshe and Tovey deeds 1262M/TSO/74-81 and 1262M/TSO/176-179)

[no title]  1262M/TZ/4  1490

Contents:
Feoffment
Properties in Radstock, Holcombe, Paulton and elsewhere in Somerset and in "Mynchon Kyngton" (Kington St. Michael), Wiltshire.
William Busshe and William Peyntour, clerks and three others to John Busshe of Hawkridge, (Westbury) Wiltshire

[no title]  1262M/TZ/5-6  1490

Contents:
Feoffment and Counterpart
Property in Shepton Mallet, Ashwick, Radstock, Holcombe, Paulton and elsewhere in Somerset; and in "Mynchon Kynyngton" (Kington St. Michael), Wiltshire.
John Busshe of Writhlington, Somerset, to John Busshe of Hawkridge, Westbury, Wiltshire

[no title]  1262M/TZ/7  1582


Related information: (See also Wiltshire, under Wootton Basset)

Contents:
Feoffment
House in Silver Street, Calne; property at Sandridge, Melksham, Wiltshire; property in Ashwick and at "Goulds le Grene" Shepton Mallett, Somerset.
Anne Hewster to Margaret Tovye her sister

[no title]  1262M/TZ/8  1648

Contents:
Bargain and sale
Property once Jane Luttrell's in Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire; property in Wester Shepton and Sehtpon Mallet and in Compton Martin, Somerset, with schedule of leases.
Robert Browne of Croscombe, Somerset to Hugh Fortescue, Weare Giffard, Devon

[no title]  1262M/TZ/9-10  1649

Contents:
Fine (two parts)
Properties and parties as in 1262M/TZ/8

Wiltshire, Hampshire and Essex  [no ref. or date]


Related information: (See 1262M/TZ/1-3 and Palton deeds 1262M/TZO/109, 112, 113, 132 and 1262M/TZO/191)

[no title]  1262M/TZ/11  1413

Contents:
Trust deed
Property in Upper and Nether Wallop, and Broughton, Hampshire; in Barford, Redlynch and elsewhere in Wiltshire; and Hockley Essex, now held as dower land. Sir William Palton and his wife Elizabeth (heiress of John Wroth) to William Radeford and John Rook, clerks.

Somerset and Gloucestershire  [no ref. or date]


Related information: (See also Somerset, Ashwick, 1262M/TSO/62 - 65)

[no title]  1262M/TZ/12  1464

Contents:
Feoffment
Property in "Juste" in Langley Hundred, Gloucestershire, and in Combehouse, Ashwick, Somerset.
John Hull of "Juste" to John Borne

[no title]  1262M/TZ/13  1464

Contents:
Letters of Attorney
To deliver seisin of properties in Gloucestershire and Somerset (as 1262M/TZ/13) to John Borne. John Hull to Richard Browne and Thomas Saverey

Gloucestershire and Staffordshire  [no ref. or date]


Related information: (See also Berkshire, Gloucestershire, Norfolk and Suffolk)

[no title]  1262M/TZ/14  1426

Contents:
Agreement
For undisturbed tenure of the manors of Ebrington in Gloucestershire and King's Bromley in Staffordshire as marriage settlement of John Grevyll and Sibyl, daughter of Sir Robert Corbet.
John Grevyll and Joyce his wife, of Gloucestershire to Guy Corbet of Suffolk

[no title]  1262M/TZ/15  1427

Contents:
Quitclaim
Manors of Ebrington, Gloucestershire and King's Bromley, Staffordshire.
Thomas Corbet of Toddington, Gloucestershire to John Greville and Sibyl his wife

Staffordshire and Norfolk  [no ref. or date]


Related information: (See also Berkshire, Gloucestershire, Norfolk and Suffolk)

[no title]  1262M/TZ/16  1450

Contents:
Feoffment
Manors of Kings Bromley, Staffordshire and Little Downham, Norfolk.
Sir Robert Corbet to Sir John Fortescue, John Pryfot chief justice of the Kings Bench, and a dozen others

IRELAND  1262M/TI  [n.d.]

County Waterford, Ireland  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/TI/1  1681

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
Property in Barony of Gualtier, and Barony of Upper Tirane, County Waterford; Barony of Upper Ossory, Queen's County; Barony of Narragh and Rebane, and Barony of Killkeane and Moone, County Kildare.
Henry Aland sen. of city of Waterford and Urith daughter of Robert Shapcote of Dublin.
(With provisions for descent to Fortescue family)

[no title]  1262M/TI/2-3  1734

Contents:
Lease and Release (in trust)
Properties including Killea, Rathmoylan and Ballymacaw, Barony of Gualtier, County Waterford. Sir John Fortescue Aland, Justice of Common Pleas and John Fortescue his son to trustees

[no title]  1262M/TI/4-5  1804

Contents:
Trust Deed and Counterpart
Properties as in 1262M/TI/2-3.
Hugh Earl Fortescue and Viscount Ebrington to Marquis of Buckingham

LEASES: DEVON  1262M/L  [n.d.]

Contents:
These are listed by parish. Bundle numbers under each parish relate to individual properties.
BERE FERRERS
BRENTOR
EAST BUCKLAND
WEST BUCKLAND (including LEARY)
BUCKLAND FILLEIGH - see CAMERTON (LEASE 23)
CHALLACOMBE (for.WISTLAND see also.KENTISBURY)
CHARLES
CHITTLEHAMPTON
CHULMLEIGH
CLAWTON
FILLEIGH
FREMINGTON
HARBERTON
HORWOOD
KENTISBURY. (for WISTLAND.see.also CHALLACOMBE)
LAMERTON
LEW, NORTH
MILTON ABBOT
MOLTON, NORTH
MOLTON, SOUTH
MORTEHOE
PYWORTHY
SAMPFORD COURTENAY
STOKE RIVERS
SWIMBRIDGE
SYDENHAM DAMERAL
TAVISTOCK
TAVY ST. MARY
TAWTON, BISHOP'S
WEARE GIFFARD
WHITCHURCH

BERE FERRERS  1262M/L/Bereferrers  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/L/Bereferrers/1  1566 - 1705

8

Contents:
Ward or South Ward. Parties Godolphin, Glanville, Davie, Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Bereferrers/2  1584

1

(Dilapidated)

Contents:
Bere Ferrers Barton and property at Tavyton, Tavistock, Pety Glanville

BRENTOR  1262M/L/Brentor  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/L/Brentor/1  1459 - 1618

5

Contents:
South Brent or South Brentor, (lessees include feoffees of St. Michael). Parties Smerdon, Dolling, Hamlyn

[no title]  1262M/L/Brentor/2  1422

1

Contents:
"Lypersclyf" or Lipscliffe Wood, Pety Yedemede

[no title]  1262M/L/Brentor/3  1700 - 1783

7

Contents:
Sleeman's Tenement, North Brentor (or tenements leased to Sleeman). Parties Anstis, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Brentor/4  1700 - 1820

3

Contents:
Gery's Tenement, and Undertown, North Brentor. Parties Antis, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Brentor/5  1603

1

Contents:
Saxon's Tenement, North Brentor, Pety Burnaford

EAST BUCKLAND  1262M/L/Eastbuckland  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/1  1552 - 1553

2

Contents:
Middlecott and "Dybbewell", Pety Pollard

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/2  1578 - 1683

4

Contents:
Middlecott Barton (moiety of), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/3  1650 - 1760

6

Contents:
Middlecott - North East Quarter of the Outer Barton (for N.W. Quarter see 1262M/L/22). Parties Thorne, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/4  1684 - 1781

6

Contents:
Middlecott - South West Quarter of the Outer Barton, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/5  1661 - 1825

7

Contents:
Middlecott - South East Quarter of the Outer Barton. Parties Thorne, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/6  1694 - 1793

6

Contents:
Middlecott - Middle Barton, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/7  1689 - 1771

3

Contents:
Middlecott - Broom Close, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/8  1762

1

Contents:
Middlecott - "Whitehairs", Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/9  1781 - 1794

2

Contents:
Pitt, Lower Pitt, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/10  1714 - 1825

8

Contents:
Pitt and Higher Pitter, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/11   [...] 675 - 1791

9

Contents:
Bury Knoll and Bury Knoll Woods, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/12  1649 - 1806

13

Contents:
Cross Tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/13  1700 - 1792

3

Contents:
Grattons, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/14  1746 - 1816

3

Contents:
Crossbury and Brayley. Parties Troyte, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/15  1756 - 1823

5

Contents:
Westacott (including road there, 1823). Parties Bulteel, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/16  1794 - 1822

5

Contents:
Huxtable Tenement. Parties Chappell, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/17  1675 - 1691

2

Contents:
Upcott, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/18  1762 - 1824

4

Contents:
East Upcott, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/19  1762 - 1814

3

Contents:
West Upcott, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/20  1734 - 1760

3

Contents:
East Buckland Mills, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/21  1676 - 1815

6

Contents:
Mill Tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/22  1699 - 1825

7

Contents:
Tossells and Dibwells (reckoned in one lease as N. West part of Middlecott), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/23  1703; 1791

5

Contents:
Bellwell. Parties Stevens, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/24  1633 - 1753

7

Contents:
Holway's later Southcombe's Tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/25  1762 - 1779

2

Contents:
Thorne's Tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/26  1710 - 1756

2

Contents:
Horden's Tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/27  1719 - 1745

2

Contents:
Hartnoll's Tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/28  1840

1

Contents:
House at Crossway Cross, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Eastbuckland/29  1677 - 1770

11

Contents:
East Buckland Mines (Setts and licences to Elton; Brass Warehouse Co. of Bristol; Acland; Lord Clinton; Harness; Worthington Brice), Pety Fortescue

WEST BUCKLAND  1262M/L/Westbuckland  [n.d.]

Contents:
(Including LEARY, formerly in parish of Chittlehampton, transferred to Buckland in 1885)

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/1  1808

1

Contents:
Home Barton, Pety Thorne

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/2  1772 - 1832

3

Contents:
South Barton (also Berry's). Parties Pratt, Butterfield, Buckingham

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/3  1770 - 1787

2

Contents:
Berry's Tenement (West Buckland manor). Parties Pratt, Butterfield

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/4  1677 - 1819

8

Contents:
Great and Little Whitsford. Parties Seldon, Abbot, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/5  1746 - 1768

3

Contents:
Elwill and East Elwill. Parties Down, Lord

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/6  1751

1

Contents:
West Indicombe, Pety Lord

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/7  1757

1

Contents:
Middle Hill, Pety Lord

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/8  1771

1

Contents:
White's Tenement or Taddiport, Pety Butterfield

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/9  1720 - 1758

4

Contents:
Cory's Tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/10  1686 - 1863

6

Contents:
Herder's or Hearder's Tenement, Pety Borlase

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/11  1751 - 1819

3

Contents:
New Mills (Manor of North Stoodley). Parties Berry, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/12  1746 - 1808

3

Contents:
North Slade (Manor of North Stoodley). Parties Berry, Hole, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/13  1616 - 1782

4

Contents:
South Stoodley (Manor of East Buckland). Parties Welsh, Berry, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/14  1810 - 1819

3

Contents:
Stoodley Barton, Pety Fortescue

Leary (earlier spellings consistently Lerowe, Lewroe, Lewrey or some phonetic equivalent)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/15  1673 - 1829

7

Contents:
Buckingham's Leary (Manor of Filleigh). Parties Giffard, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/16  1637 - 1786

12

Contents:
Huxtable's Leary (Manor of Filleigh). Parties Pollard, Huxtable, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/17  1719 - 1786

3

Contents:
Gould's Leary (Manor of Filleigh). Parties Harvey, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/18  1796 - 1848

2

Contents:
May's Leary. Parties May, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/19  1785 - 1844

4

Contents:
Leary Barton (including lime works, 1813). Parties Barber, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/20  1757 - 1837

3

Contents:
Illers Tenement, Leary (Manor of Filleigh), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/21  1659 - 1829

3

Contents:
Colemore's or Bright's Leary. Parties Giffard, Huxtable

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/22  1735 - 1793

3

Contents:
Downing's Leary (Manor of Filleigh), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/23  1764 - 1790

3

Contents:
Morris's Leary (Manor of Filleigh). Parties Verney, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/24  1692 - 1837

9

Contents:
Miscellaneous tenements and cottages at Leary (since Manor of Filleigh). Parties Giffard, Fortescue, Hustable

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/25  1812 - 1819

2

Contents:
Parts High Down, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Westbuckland/26  1797

2

Contents:
Cottage on High Down, Pety Fortescue

CHALLACOMBE  1262M/L/Challacombe  [n.d.]


Related information: (For Wistland see also Kentisbury)

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/1  1720 - 1819

4

Contents:
East Barton (part) (Manor of Challacombe). Parties Hacche, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/2  1656 - 1753

6

Contents:
East Barton (part) with Hooks Feet or Hooks Foot (Manor of Challacombe). Parties Hacche, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/3  1702 - 1819

4

Contents:
West Barton (Manor of Challacombe). Parties Hacche, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/4  1649 - 1773

9

Contents:
Outer Barton and Dunster Lands (Manor of Challacombe). Parties Hacche, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/5  1670 - 1728

3

Contents:
North Barton Cottage, Pety Hacche

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/6  1677 - 1685

2

Contents:
Bickaven, part Barton lands, Pety Hacche

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/7  1801

1

Contents:
Hooks Foot Cottage, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/8  1668 - 1793

6

Contents:
Mill Meadow and Close Barton land (Manor of Challacombe). Parties Hacche, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/9  1682 - 1780

4

Contents:
Mill Tenement (Manor of Challacombe). Parties Hacche, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/10  1814

1

Contents:
Challacombe Mill (Manor of Challacombe), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/11  1660 - 1779

12

Contents:
Tenements in Shoulsbury - various spellings - Shrovesbury, Sashbury Etc. (Manor of Challacombe). Parties Leworthy, Hacche, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/12  1658 - 1778

7

Contents:
Ackland's Tenement in Swincombe (Manor of Challacombe). Parties Hacche, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/13  1669 - 1809

11

Contents:
Ridd's Tenement in Swincombe; also Combeland, Bickaven and Rimsquarry (Manor of Challacombe). Parties Hacche, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/14  1693 - 1794

5

Contents:
Swincombe - miscellaneous (Manor of Challacombe). Parties Hacche, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/15  1671; 1762

5

Contents:
Twinsford (Manor of Challacombe). Parties Hacche, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/16  1740

1

Contents:
Radworthy (Manor of Challacombe), Pety Fortescue and papers

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/17  1685 - 1819

5

Contents:
Withecombe (Manor of Challacombe). Parties Hacche, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/18  1685 - 1773

7

Contents:
Buscombe (Manor of Challacombe). Parties Mogridge, Hacche, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/19  1657 - 1777

5

Contents:
Brockenborough (Manor of Challacombe). Parties Hacche, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/20  1747 - 1794

6

Contents:
Button Hill (Manor of Challacombe), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/21  1617 - 1819

9

Contents:
Whitefield. Parties Gay, Lewis, Hacche, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/22  1708

1

Contents:
Swincombe, Combeland and Bickavin, Pety Hacche

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/23  1797

1

Contents:
Lime Quarries on Challacombe Common (Manor of Braunton Abbots), Pety Courtenay (and partnership deed)

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/24  1756 - 1796

4

Contents:
South Twitchen (Manor of Braunton Abbots), Pety Courtenay

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/25  1796 - 1823

2

Contents:
North Twitchen (Manor of Braunton Abbots). Parties Courtenay, Webber

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/26  1797

2

Contents:
Black Venus (Manor of Braunton Abbots), Pety Courtenay

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/27  1684 - 1777

6

Contents:
Beaconfield (Manor of Wistland), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/28  1684 - 1740

6

Contents:
Fry's tenement, later Partridge's (Manor of Wistland), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/29  1646 - 1778

10

Contents:
Tenements leased to Partridges (Manor of Wistland), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/30  1661 - 1705

2

Contents:
Gubb's tenement, Wistland (Manor of East Buckland), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/31  1656 - 1814

16

Contents:
Cottages and smallholdings in Challacombe. Parties Hacche, Fortescue, Dallyn

[no title]  1262M/L/Challacombe/32  1692 - 1777

6

Contents:
Tenements leased to Partridge, later to Crang (Manor of Wistland), Pety Fortescue

CHARLES  1262M/L/Charles  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/L/Charles/1  1765

1

Contents:
Part Charles Barton, Pety Butterfield

[no title]  1262M/L/Charles/2  1826

1

Contents:
Wilcombe, Pety Karslake

[no title]  1262M/L/Charles/3  1805 - 1815

2

Contents:
Mockham, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Charles/4  1814

2

Contents:
Slade, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Charles/5  1752 - 1788

4

Contents:
Beard's Hobb's and Blackmore's tenements in Charles (Manor of West Buckland). Parties Lord, Pratt

CHITTLEHAMPTON  1262M/L/Chittlehampton  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/L/Chittlehampton/1  1722 - 1824

9

Contents:
Fullabrook, Great and Little (Manor of Filleigh), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Chittlehampton/2  1774 - 1825

3

Contents:
Markhouse. Parties Barber, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Chittlehampton/3  1714 - 1723

8

Contents:
South Bray (Manor of Warkleigh), Pety Lake

[no title]  1262M/L/Chittlehampton/4  1652 - 1814

6

Contents:
Bray or Bray Bridge Mills (Manor of Filleigh), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Chittlehampton/5  1722

1

Contents:
Tredown (Manor of Warkleigh), Pety Jefferey

[no title]  1262M/L/Chittlehampton/6  1715

1

Contents:
Holwell (Manor of Filleigh), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Chittlehampton/7  1684 - 1772

6

Contents:
Bradbury - tenement leased to Latey, Gay and Baker (Manor of Filleigh), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Chittlehampton/8  1723 - 1762

2

Contents:
Braywood in Bradbury (Manor of Filleigh), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Chittlehampton/9  1774 - 1812

4

Contents:
Bradbury - tenement leased to Huett (Manor of Filleigh), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Chittlehampton/10  1668 - 1781

9

Contents:
Bradbury - tenement leased to Hobbs, Passmore and Houle (Manor of Filleigh), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Chittlehampton/11  1700 - 1770

4

Contents:
Higher Bradbury (Manor of Filleigh), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Chittlehampton/12  1651 - 1820

7

Contents:
Brayley's tenement, Bradbury (Manor of Filleigh), Pety Fortescue, Dendle

[no title]  1262M/L/Chittlehampton/13  1688 - 1752

5

Contents:
Bradbury - tenement leased to Saunders and Baker (Manor of Filleigh), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Chittlehampton/14  1578

1

Contents:
Bradbury, Pety Fortescue

CHULMLEIGH  1262M/L/Chulmleigh  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/L/Chulmleigh/1  1648 - 1854

10

Contents:
Newnham Barton (Manor of Newnham). Parties Glanville, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Chulmleigh/2  1580 - 1786

7

Contents:
Spittle (Manor of Newnham). Parties Pollard, Glanville, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Chulmleigh/3  1650 - 1787

10

Contents:
Leare, or Lower, Lakehead (Manor of Newnham). Parties Glanville, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Chulmleigh/4  1712 - 1819

4

Contents:
East Ley Town and West Ley Town (Manor of Newnham), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Chulmleigh/5  1780

1

Contents:
Yeo Mills (Manor of Newnham), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Chulmleigh/6  1731 - 1802

7

Contents:
Half Moon, or Skinner's tenement (on Chulmleigh/Head Bridge road and in Manor of Newnham). Parties Rolle, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Chulmleigh/7  1656 - 1704

2

Contents:
Helstone - tenement leased to Lane (Manor of Newnham). Parties Glanville, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Chulmleigh/8  1658 - 1787

10

Contents:
Helstone - tenement leased to Southwood and Carter (Manor of Newnham). Parties Glanville, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Chulmleigh/9  1804 - 1819

2

Contents:
Kelly's Helstone (Manor of Newnham), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Chulmleigh/10  1819

2

Contents:
Huxtable's Helstone (Manor of Newnham), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Chulmleigh/11  1751 - 1819

5

Contents:
Baker's Helstone (Manor of Newnham), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Chulmleigh/12  1723 - 1790

3

Contents:
Nott's tenement in Helstone (Manor of Newnham), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Chulmleigh/13  1708 - 1815

4

Contents:
Passmore's tenement in Helstone and Pym's cottage (Manor of Newnham), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Chulmleigh/14  1704 - 1812

3

Contents:
Tenements of Cowel, Cock and West in Helstone (Manor of Newnham), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Chulmleigh/15  1735 - 1856

2

Contents:
Cottages, Pety Fortescue

CLAWTON  1262M/L/Clawton  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/L/Clawton/1  1614 - 1734

4

Contents:
North Beer. Parties Courtice, Saunders, Fortescue

FILLEIGH  1262M/L/Filleigh  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/1  1764 - 1793

9

Contents:
Parts Castle Hill Barton Attybeer, Broomham and Quarry Close, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/2  1637 - 1824

10

Contents:
Out Barton and Clarke's or Acland's Barton, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/3  1739 - 1788

3

Contents:
Cawsey's Barton, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/4  1706

1

Contents:
Beer, Pety Rolle

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/5  1698 - 1818

7

Contents:
Higher Beer (otherwise Snedgley). Parties Rolle, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/6  1672 - 1824

8

Contents:
Lower Beer (also 1 Tanhouse). Parties Rolle, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/7  1632

1

Contents:
Tenement at Mead leased to Stribling, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/8  1710 - 1779

7

Contents:
Tenement at Mead leased to Courtice, Nott and Passmore, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/9  1678 - 1787

7

Contents:
Tenement at Mead (East Mead) leased to Brayley and others, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/10  1689 - 1752

6

Contents:
"Wester above the Way", Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/11  1658 - 1822

12

Contents:
Heddon - Pincombe's tenement and part of High Down (formerly Chittlehampton, now West Buckland), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/12  1675 - 1821

11

Contents:
Heddon - Goulds tenement and part High Down, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/13  1755 - 1840

7

Contents:
Property at Heddon Cross and house built there in 1806, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/14  1786

1

Contents:
Farthing Lake, Heddon, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/15  1707 - 1786

5

Contents:
Knowleslade, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/16  1724 - 1796

5

Contents:
Proutworthy or Prouteford, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/17  1676 - 1726

3

Contents:
Putworthy, Pety Fortescue, Rolle

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/18  1681 - 1764

3

Contents:
Gerramarsh, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/19  1755

2

Contents:
Peake's tenement and Fooks orchard, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/20  1697 - 1807

3

Contents:
Fook's tenement (part Filleigh Barton), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/21  1748

1

Contents:
Glebe land, Pety Fortescue (incumbent)

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/22  1685 - 1751

2

Contents:
Fetherstone Common, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/23  1747 - 1775

2

Contents:
Combers Parks, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/24  1757

2

Contents:
Park tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/25  1787

1

Contents:
Wester Down and Little Moor, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/26  1635 - 1825

20

Contents:
Houses, cottages and miscellaneous smallholdings, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/27  1783

1

Contents:
Fishers East Down, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/28  1760

1

Contents:
Blendwell (late Berry's), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/29  1690 - 1756

3

Contents:
Filleigh Mills, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/30  1810

1

Contents:
Filleigh Mill Tenement, Pety Baker

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/31  1653 - 1681

3

Contents:
Fulling Mills, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/32  1673 - 1734

3

Contents:
Winslade, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/33  1811 - 1817

3

Contents:
Winslade and Winslade Limeworks, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/34  1782 - 1788

2

Contents:
Tavern or "Castle Inn", Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/35  1693

2

Contents:
Peak, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Filleigh/36  1760

1

Contents:
Filleigh mine, Pety Fortescue

FREMINGTON  1262M/L/Fremington  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/L/Fremington/1  1638

1

Contents:
Tenement at Lovacott leased to Chamberlyn, Pety Krocome

[no title]  1262M/L/Fremington/2  1721 - 1756

5

Contents:
Meare's tenement, Lovacott (Manor of Little Weare), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Fremington/3  1659 - 1786

8

Contents:
King's tenement, Lovacott (Manor of Little Weare), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Fremington/4  1663 - 1825

5

Contents:
Palmer's tenement, Lovacott (Manor of Little Weare), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Fremington/5  1756

2

Contents:
Rooteland (Manor of Little Weare), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Fremington/6  1662 - 1673

3

Contents:
Bickington in Fremington. Parties Collibeare and others

HARBERTON  1262M/L/Harberton  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/L/Harberton/1  1676

1

Contents:
Property in Harberton, Halwell and North Huish, Pety Fortescue

HORWOOD  1262M/L/Horwood  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/L/Horwood/1  1626 - 1732

6

Contents:
East Horwood. Parties Collibeare, Fortescue, (Hole lessee)

[no title]  1262M/L/Horwood/2  1755 - 1813

5

Contents:
Park and North Downs, Pety Fortescue (also 4 contracts)

[no title]  1262M/L/Horwood/3  1746 - 1784

3

Contents:
North Downs, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Horwood/4  1766 - 1790

4

Contents:
Cawsey's cottage (Manor of Little Weare), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Horwood/5  1693 - 1717

2

Contents:
Narraway's cottage (Manor of Little Weare), Pety Fortescue

KENTISBURY  1262M/L/Kentisbury  [n.d.]


Related information: (Wistland - see also CHALLACOMBE)

[no title]  1262M/L/Kentisbury/1  1659 - 1794

5

Contents:
Wistland Pound and Wistland Pound tenement (Manor of Wistland), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Kentisbury/2  1770

2

Contents:
Cadway Ball (Manor of Wistland), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Kentisbury/3  1721 - 1777

3

Contents:
Thornford (Manor of Wistland), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Kentisbury/4  1622 - 1777

3

Contents:
Dawkins tenement (Manor of Wistland), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Kentisbury/5  1821

2

Contents:
Land near Breadwick Water (Manor of Wistland), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Kentisbury/6  1646 - 1811

12

Contents:
Breadwick, formerly Lock's tenement, once leased to Vellacot (Manor of Wistland), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Kentisbury/7  1756 - 1779

2

Contents:
Close leased to Colley (Manor of Wistland), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Kentisbury/8  1715 - 1777

4

Contents:
West Beaconfield (Manor of Wistland), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Kentisbury/9  1648 - 1758

6

Contents:
Tenement leased to Crocombe and Comber (Manor of Wistland), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Kentisbury/10  1759

2

Contents:
Tenement leased to Partridge and Parkin (Manor of Wistland), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Kentisbury/11  1648 - 1723

6

Contents:
Tenement leased to Charley (Manor of Wistland), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Kentisbury/12  1659 - 1715

2

Contents:
Tenement lease to Ridd (Manor of Wistland), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Kentisbury/13  1562

1

Contents:
Tenement leased to Croyde, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Kentisbury/14  1689 - 1753

2

Contents:
Property in Kentisbury and Challacombe leased to Acland Ward and Ridd (Manor of Wistland), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Kentisbury/15  1839 - 1880

3

Contents:
Cottage (Manor of Wistland), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Kentisbury/16  1812

1

Contents:
Blackmore's tenement (Manor of Wistland), Pety Fortescue

LAMERTON  1262M/L/Lamerton  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/1  1671 - 1698

5

Contents:
Parts Court Barton leased to Harris (later leased to Grills), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/2  1677 - 1703

3

Contents:
Parts Court Barton leased to Toll, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/3  1696 - 1698

2

Contents:
Parts Court Barton leased to Hawkins, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/4  1692 - 1727

3

Contents:
Parts Court Barton leased to Bennett, Griffin and Rowell, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/5  1692 - 1753

4

Contents:
Parts Court Barton leased to Venning, Bazeley, Burnaford and Martin, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/6  1739 - 1824

11

Contents:
Parts Court Barton leased to Parson or Parsons (lease and counterpart 1810 with plans), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/7  1731 - 1796

3

Contents:
Part Court Barton, formerly Chard's, leased to Parson, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/8  1724 - 1780

4

Contents:
Parts Court Barton leased to Grills and Burnaford, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/9  1692 - 1757

3

Contents:
Parts Court Barton leased to Chancellor Furzeman, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/10  1744 - 1810

4

Contents:
Parts Court Barton leased to Grills, Burnaford and Proctor, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/11  1771 - 1796

2

Contents:
Parts Court Barton leased to Waye and Palk, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/12  1777 - 1795

2

Contents:
Higher Justment (part Court Barton), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/13  1721 - 1780

4

Contents:
Lower and Easter Justments, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/14  1732 - 1773

3

Contents:
Justment and Linniter, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/15  1648 - 1740

5

Contents:
Venn. Parties Grylls, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/16  1500 - 1516

2

Contents:
Closes in Lamerton Barton called Utter Wideslade and Bromeclose, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/17  1477

1

Contents:
Tenement with common on Brent heathfield and Wideslade, Pety Pomeroy

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/18  1679 - 1822

8

Contents:
West Widslade. Parties Tynte, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/19  1657 - 1719

7

Contents:
Parts Widslade leased to Chard, Toll, Harris and Hawke, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/20  1776 - 1780

4

Contents:
Parts Widslade leased to Prideaux and Saunders, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/21  1807 - 1819

2

Contents:
Part Widslade leased to Bennet, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/22  1754 - 1774

2

Contents:
Part Widslade leased to Burnaford, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/23  1325

1


Related information: See British Library Add. Ch. 29017-8, 29030, 29061, 29095-7

Contents:
Property in "Choldhangre" (Chaddlehanger) [in fact Chalhanger, Buckland Filleigh], Pety "Peos"

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/24  1749 - 1808

4

Contents:
Burnaford's tenement, Chaddlehanger, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/25  1667 - 1782

7

Contents:
Toll's tenement, Chaddlehanger. Parties Burgoine, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/26  1706 - 1751

2

Contents:
Pack's tenement, Chaddlehanger, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/27  1590 - 1705

2

Contents:
Tenements in Chaddlehanger. Parties Inglett, Olleradge, Fowell

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/28  1705 - 1773

5

Contents:
Tenements in Chaddlehanger leased to Cock, Sargent, Harper and Cooper, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/29  1566 - 1814

2

Contents:
Theale and Puttiscombe (also Justment). Parties Rolle, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/30  1538 - 1801

4

Contents:
Puttiscombe. Parties Mayowe, Rolle, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/31  1562 - 1801

4

Contents:
Theale (also Justment). Parties Rolle, Clobery, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/32  1735

1

Contents:
Pitchcombe and West Theale, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/33  1676 - 1819

4

Contents:
Allen Hill. Parties Tynte, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/34  1682 - 1816

6

Contents:
Slow, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/35  1819

1

Contents:
Fursdon, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/36  1696 - 1792

4

Contents:
Capeltor, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/37  1717

1

Contents:
Henskitt, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/38  1724 - 1753

2

Contents:
Lamerton Mills, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/39  1681 - 1764

6

Contents:
Cottages and smallholdings at Rushford, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/40  1679 - 1762

5

Contents:
Tenement at Lamerton Green leased to Crossman, Brooming and Sander, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/41  1698 - 1773

4

Contents:
Tenement at Lamerton Green leased to Daniel, Brooming and Lander, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/42  1782

4

Contents:
Tenements at Lamerton Green, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/43  1427 - 1788

2

Contents:
Uphill or Hill Town. Parties Pomeroy, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/44  1638 - 1783

5

Contents:
Part Hill Town leased to Barnaford. Parties Hawke, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/45  1673 - 1727

4

Contents:
Part Hill Town leased to Kinsman. Parties Hawke, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/46  1688 - 1740

5

Contents:
Parts Hill Town leased to various persons. Parties Hawke, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/47  1660 - 1723

6

Contents:
Tenement at Attwater leased to Venning. Parties Doidge, Jago, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/48  1684 - 1774

5

Contents:
Tenement at Attwater leased to Burnaford. Parties Doidge, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/49  1713 - 1763

6

Contents:
Tenement at Attwater leased to Burley, Prideaux and Harper, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/50  1802 - 1819

4

Contents:
Hooper's Tenement, Attwater, also Fursden, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/51  1766 - 1777

2

Contents:
Cottage at Attwater leased to Gloyn, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/52  1691 - 1763

3

Contents:
Tenement at Attwater leased to Hawke. Parties Doidge, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/53  1655 - 1751

2

Contents:
Attwater miscellaneous. Parties Hawke, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/54  1810 - 1822

4

Contents:
Way's Tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/55  1722 - 1786

8

Contents:
Broom Parks, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/56  1678 - 1813

7

Contents:
Bolehay. Parties Clobery, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/57  1691 - 1817

5

Contents:
Tappers or Teppors Meadow (and Mowhay Meadow), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/58  1778

2

Contents:
Bailey's Close, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/59  1692 - 1782

9

Contents:
Combe Parks and Combe Park Meadow, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/60  1738 - 1778

3

Contents:
Broad Meadow, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/61  1700 - 1796

5

Contents:
Jessop's Tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/62  1698 - 1753

6

Contents:
Metter's Tenement later leased to Jessop, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/63  1668 - 1810

5

Contents:
St. John's Parks or Lamerton Park. Parties Edgecumb, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/64  1759

2

Contents:
Martin's House on part St. John's Parks, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/65  1751

1

Contents:
Blanchet's House later leased to Jessop, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/66  1680 - 1790

5

Contents:
Houses and Cottages near the Pillory, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/67  1757 - 1770

2

Contents:
Collards House, Lamerton Church Town, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/68  1657 - 1796

7

Contents:
Houses and cottages near Lamerton Church. Parties Doidge, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/69  1765

1

Contents:
Scribble's Tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/70  1692 - 1787

5

Contents:
House leased to Chard, later to Gloyen, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/71  1697 - 1782

9

Contents:
Miscellaneous houses cottages and smallholdings. Parties Doidge, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/72  1696 - 1772

4

Contents:
House leased to Calvin later to Shortridge and Parsons, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/73  1747 - 1750

2

Contents:
House leased to Crossman later to Brooming, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Lamerton/74  1692 - 1693

2

Contents:
Houses leased to Harris, Pety Fortescue

NORTH LEW  1262M/L/Northlew  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/L/Northlew/1  1657 - 1790

5

Contents:
Grendon, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Northlew/2  1561

1

Contents:
West Kimber, Pety Fortescue

MILTON ABBOT  1262M/L/Miltonabbot  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/L/Miltonabbot/1  1659 - 1728

5

Contents:
Cardwell. Parties Arundell, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Miltonabbot/2  1719 - 1820

6

Contents:
Cardwell, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Miltonabbot/3  1673 - 1775

6

Contents:
East Cardwell. Parties Arundell, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Miltonabbot/4  1650 - 1824

7

Contents:
"Pophilepp Parks", "Poculip Parks" "Polly Phillip's Parks" (now Poflet). Parties Edgcumbe, Clobery, Fortescue

NORTH MOLTON  1262M/L/Northmolton  [n.d.]


Related information: (See also South Molton 19 - Lichaton and Boundies)

[no title]  1262M/L/Northmolton/1  1740 - 1781

6

Contents:
Lichaton. Parties Blundell, Fortescue

South Molton  1262M/L/Southmolton  [n.d.]

Manor of High Bray  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/1  1725

7

Contents:
Barton Farm, called Townhouse and tenement called Milltown, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/2  1683-1773

4

Contents:
Messuage Broom Close and a meadow in North-hill. Parties Blygh of Botathan, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/3  1676-1810

6

Contents:
Messuage and lands called Westhill. Parties Squier, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/4  1700-1779

5

Contents:
Easthill and Northill. Parties Squier of Townhouse, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/5  1737-1754

2

Contents:
Two little cottages on the way to Northill Moor and at Northill, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/6  1699-1825

7

Contents:
Moiety of Northwoodhouse. Parties Squier of Townhouse, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/7  1812

1

Contents:
Part of High Bray estate: Beacon Field, Beacon Moor, May's Meadow, Stony Bell, etc, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/8  1671-1780

3

Contents:
Bray Parks of Lowsey Parks. Parties Molford of Bishops Nympton, Squier of Townhouse, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/9  1812

1

Contents:
Three moors: Townhouse Higher Moor, Middle Moor, Lower Moor Part of Barton of Townhouse adjoining S. Aller estate, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/10  1779

2

Contents:
Cottage built by Christopher Crispin, adjoining cottage at Hill, garden, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/11  1778

1

Contents:
Cottage and garden at Hill, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/12  1704-1776

2

Contents:
Tenement called Bridge, and part of High Bray. Clatworthy and Clatworthy Lime Works. Parties Squier of South Molton, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/13  1668

1

Contents:
Moiety of messuages and lands called Bridge, Pety Molford of Bishops Nympton

High Bray Estate  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/14  1756 - 1811

5

Contents:
Lime Quarries in Barnfield, adjoining Bridges tenement, (see 1262M/L/South Molton/12) called Clatworthy Lime Works and in 1756 Manor of North Aller, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/15  1674 - 1786

3

Contents:
Part High Bray. Parties Molford, Squier, Fortescue

Manor of Bremridge  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/16  1753 - 1861

8

Contents:
Bremridge Barton and Embercombe (also Aller), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/17  1749 - 1795

4

Contents:
Four pieces of rough land at Shallowford. Parties Blundell of Tiverton, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/18  1774, 1776

2

Contents:
Tenement called Boundies, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/19  1818 - 1827

3

Contents:
Boundies and Lichaton, North Molton, Pety Fortescue

Manor of North Aller  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/20  1716 - 1824

5

Contents:
Lords Down and Beale Park. Parties Hacche, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/21  1767 - 1819

9

Contents:
North Aller Barton, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/22  1681 - 1772

5

Contents:
South-hill. Parties Hacche of North Aller, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/23  1515 - 1849

7

Contents:
South Cockram. Parties Cockram, Hatch of Aller, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/24  1780 - 1784

2

Contents:
Moieties of cottage near Filleigh Bridge formerly enclosed from waste called Newground, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/25  1838 - 1844

Contents:
Cottage. Lower Warland near Filleigh Bridge also Manor of High Bray, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/25a  1768

1

Contents:
Cornishes tenement at Fording, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/26  1749 - 1783

6

Contents:
Stoneman's Cottage at Shallowford adjoining Bremridge (Manor of Bremridge also), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/27  1695 - 1786

4

Contents:
Southill and Whitehill. Parties Hacche of Aller, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/28  1750 - 1778

3

Contents:
Clatworthy and West Clatworthy tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/29  1716 - 1739

2

Contents:
Houses formerly erected by Edward and Matthew Jennings with about 8 yards adjoining, now a garden, formerly part of West Clatworthy tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/30  1716 - 1729

3

Contents:
Barton of North Aller House, garden and land at Butpark, Pety Hacche of North Aller

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/31  166[?], 1687

2

Contents:
House and waste formerly part of Barton of North Aller, adjoining Butpark. Parties Hacche of North Aller, Moss

South Aller  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/32  1415

1

Contents:
Land at South Aller, Pety John atte Hegham

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/33  1732

1

Contents:
4th Part of tenement in South Aller, with Beer Close, Long Close and the Currys etc, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/34  1763 - 1869

4

Contents:
Property at South Aller (also Tanhouse), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/35  1764, 1787

2

Contents:
Tenement at South Aller known as Skinner's tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/36  1734 - 1783

3

Contents:
Four closes of 17 acres, part of South Aller, formerly in possession of Bawden, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/37  1676 - 1730

3

Contents:
Land at South Aller, Middle Downs, Quarry Parks, Stony Ball - 40 acres, land called East Yelland, Pety Hacche of North Aller

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/38  1732

1

Contents:
Fourth part of tenement in South Aller with certain rooms, with Winford Close, But Close, etc, Pety Fortescue (Clinton)

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/39  1807 - 1817

3

Contents:
South Aller limestone Quarries in fields; Little Aller Park, Wenfords and "Twenty Acres", Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/40  1756 - 1786

4

Contents:
South Aller Limestone Quarry, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/41  1676 - 1734

3

Contents:
Land called Comer's Park at South Aller, Pety Fortescue

Clatworthy Estate  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/42  1811, 1816

2

Contents:
Limeworks on Clatworthy estate Field called Longclose and White Hill Lime Rock, Pety Fortescue

East Ford  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/43  1716

1

Contents:
House and land and shops with Rose Park, Broom Close, etc. the Arbery parcel of East Ford, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/44  1793

1

Contents:
Tenement late in possession of Thomas Scott, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/45  1812 -1819

2

Contents:
Tenement called East Ford formerly two tenements - Scot's Ford and Cornishes Ford, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/46  1681 - 1807

7

Contents:
Part of East Ford, two lower moors, the Widdy, and the Nursery belonging, Lange Park Easter Meadow, Sandpark, Higher and Lower Claypark, Northdown etc. Parties Hacche of North Aller Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/47  1757

1

Contents:
Certain Rooms, shop, Broom Close, Middle Park, Higher Beer, parcel of East Ford, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/48  1665

1

Contents:
Newly erected dwelling house on way to North Hill Moor in possession of Christopher Crispin, Pety Mulford of Bishops Nympton

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/49  1674, 1708

2

Contents:
Moiety of house, built by Christopher Crispin and moiety of garden. Parties Squier of South Molton, Crispin of South Molton

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/50  1701

1

Contents:
Moiety of lately erected house and moiety of garden bordering on Northill Moor, Pety Squier of South Molton

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/51  1712 - 1733

2

Contents:
Little cottage of one downstairs room and one room over at West End of South Molton on Barnstaple Road, Pety Beer of South Molton

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/52  1708

1

Contents:
House, garden and waste land between Walter Gate and Down Moore Gate (formerly part of North Aller), Pety Hacche of North Aller

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/53  1760

1

Contents:
35 acres overland of ground lately in possession of William Wescott, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/54  1723, 1780

2

Contents:
Moiety of cottage and lands lately enclosed from waste called Newground. Parties Tremayne of Cornwall, Ball of South Molton

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/55  1741

2

Contents:
Two dwelling houses and garden called Late Hobbs, Pety Fortescue (Clinton)

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/56  1703, 1739

2

Contents:
Messuage, orchard and garden now two dwellings. Parties Hacche, Fortescue (Clinton)

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/57  1759, 1811

2

Contents:
Woodhouse and Temple Marsh, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/58  1663 - 1810

2

Contents:
Moiety of messuage called Woodhouse, Pety Moleford

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/59  1749 - 1764

2

Contents:
Blackpool, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/60  1700 - 1823

4

Contents:
Lower Combe, Higher Combe and Combeparks. Parties Hele, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/61  1616 - 1840

3

Contents:
Meethe (South Molton) and Caveland (Chittlehampton). Parties Clotworthy, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/62  1753

1

Contents:
Fisher's Eastern Down, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Southmolton/63  1681

1

(Damaged)

Contents:
Leases, Pety Fortescue

MORTEHOE  1262M/L/Mortehoe  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/L/Mortehoe/1  1674 - 1767

5

Contents:
Tenement called Overwoollacombe Barton. Parties Connock, Hacche, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Mortehoe/2  1634

5

Contents:
Tenement called Frogstreet. Parties Prowz, Hacche, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Mortehoe/3  1636 - 1784

5

Contents:
Tenement and accompanying land called Pool. Parties Prowz Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Mortehoe/4  1794 - 1824

2

Contents:
Tenement called Fosses, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Mortehoe/5  1760 - 1786

2

Contents:
Overland tenement called Nutterhill, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Mortehoe/6  1650 - 1782

8

Contents:
Tenements part of Butteril Down. Parties Prowz Cannock Courtenay, Hacche Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Mortehoe/7  1651 - 1694

3

Contents:
Tenement called Crosscombe. Parties Courtenay Prowz

[no title]  1262M/L/Mortehoe/8  1604 - 1789

16

Contents:
Lower part of Wester Moiety of Overland tenement called Broadmead. Parties Prowz Cannock Hacche Prideaux Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Mortehoe/9  1685 - 1869

5

Contents:
Tenement called Olivers, part of East cott. Parties Hore, Connock, Courtenay, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Mortehoe/10  1647 - 1788

10

Contents:
Tenements at Eastacott. Parties Prowz Cannock Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Mortehoe/11  1692 - 1720

3

Contents:
Hooper's tenement Ousaborough. Parties Courtenay, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Mortehoe/12  1650 - 1825

13

Contents:
Tenement or tenements leased to Tucker, later to Newell, Ousaborough, with part Smallacombe Down. Parties Prouz Courtenay Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Mortehoe/13  1632 - 1771

4

Contents:
Tollings or Tallings tenement, Ousaborough. Parties Prouz, Connock Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Mortehoe/14  1624 - 1720

7

Contents:
Hartnoll's Tenement Ousaborough. Parties Prouz, Connock Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Mortehoe/15  1651 - 1692

5

Contents:
Dennis's Tenement Ousaborough. Parties Prouz, Courtenay

[no title]  1262M/L/Mortehoe/16  1754 - 1788

7

Contents:
Tenement or tenements leased to Challacombe (also Smallacombe Wood), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Mortehoe/17  1806

2

Contents:
Ousaborough and part Smallacombe Down, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Mortehoe/18  1624 - 1778

5

Contents:
Miscellaneous tenements Ousaborough. Parties Prouz, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Mortehoe/19  1672

1

Contents:
Frogstreet, Pety Connock

[no title]  1262M/L/Mortehoe/20  1741 - 1769

2

Contents:
Cottages, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Mortehoe/21  1819

1

Contents:
Cottage at High Bullen, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Mortehoe/22  nd

1

Contents:
Building site near Mortehoe Station, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Mortehoe/23  1857

1

Contents:
Building lease, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Mortehoe/24  nd

Contents:
Building agreements

PYWORTHY  1262M/L/Pyworthy  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/L/Pyworthy/1  1584 - 1614

3

Contents:
Collins tenement Derriton. Parties Bond, Cavell

[no title]  1262M/L/Pyworthy/2  1668

2

Contents:
Colewash, Derriton, Pety Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/L/Pyworthy/3  1613 - 1668

2

Contents:
Derriton Ham. Parties Cavell, Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/L/Pyworthy/4  1619 - 1693

3

Contents:
Tenement at Derriton. Parties Cavell, Boscawen

SAMPFORD COURTENAY  1262M/L/Sampfordcourtenay  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/L/Sampfordcourtenay/1  1614

1

Contents:
Willeigh, Pety Godolphin

STOKE RIVERS  1262M/L/Stokerivers  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/L/Stokerivers/1  1828

1

Contents:
East Knackers Hole, Pety Chichester

[no title]  1262M/L/Stokerivers/2  1810

1

Contents:
Kimland, Pety Fortescue

SWIMBRIDGE  1262M/L/Swimbridge  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/L/Swimbridge/1  1656

1

Contents:
"Yeolocomes" Parks, Pety Yeo

[no title]  1262M/L/Swimbridge/2  1726

2

Contents:
Stoap Close, Swimbridge Town, Pety (Pawle)

[no title]  1262M/L/Swimbridge/3  1822

2

Contents:
Cottage (Manor of Riverton), Pety Acland

[no title]  1262M/L/Swimbridge/4  1841 - 1861

4

Contents:
Riverton Mills (Manor of Riverton), Pety Acland

SYDENHAM DAMERAL  1262M/L/Sydenhamdameral  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/L/Sydenhamdameral/1  1699 - 1793

6

Contents:
Tenements in Portington (Lamerton Manor). Parties Anstis, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Sydenhamdameral/2  1683 - 1779

5

Contents:
Tenements in Townlake (Lamerton Manor). Parties Edwards, Fortescue

TAVISTOCK  1262M/L/Tavistock  [n.d.]

Tavistock Town  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/1  1692 - 1738

6

Contents:
Great House - parts leased to Spry. Parties Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/2  1675 - 1738

2

Contents:
Great House - parts leased to Caunter and Spry. Parties Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/3  1674 - 1738

4

Contents:
Great House - parts leased to Vivian and Spry. Parties Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/4  1674 - 1709

5

Contents:
Great House - parts leased to Doidge and Stettiford. Parties Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/5  1674 - 1675

2

Contents:
Great House - parts leased to Kelly, Pety Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/6  1679 - 1750

3

Contents:
Great House - parts leased to Edmunds, Vosper and Drake. Parties Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/7  1726 - 1738

3

Contents:
Great Shop - leased to Spry, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/8  1796

1

Contents:
House in West Street, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/9  1691 - 1781

4

Contents:
House in High Street leased to Hornabrook and others. Parties Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/10  1794 - 1821

2

Contents:
House in Higher Market Street, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/11  1675 - 1780

6

Contents:
House in East Street leased to Shillabeer. Parties Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/12  1659 - 1772

9

Contents:
Houses near the Paile Garden (? Praile). Parties Glanville, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/13  1627-1782

12

Contents:
House or houses near Church Bow leased to Condy. Parties Glanville, Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/14  1659 - 1774

3

Contents:
House in Bannawell Street called the Kennell. Parties Glanville, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/15  1662 - 1705

4

Contents:
Houses in Bannawell Street leased to Wyatt, Pety Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/16  1733 - 1763

6

Contents:
Houses in Bannawell Street, formerly Wyatt's leased to Wood, Herring and Parsons, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/17  1713 - 1722

3

Contents:
House in Bannawell Street leased to Ward and Weymouth, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/18  1620 - 1827

4

Contents:
House or houses in Bannawell Street leased to Humphrey, Wickett, Roskilly and Littlejohns. Parties Glanville, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/19  1533 - 1784

7

Contents:
Unidentified houses in borough of Tavistock. Parties Amados, Honichurch, Godolphin, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/20  1768

1

Contents:
House in King. Street, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/21  1635 - 1822

11

Contents:
Popplestone Parks. Parties Glanville, Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/22  1483 - 1679

4

Contents:
Long Cross. Parties Sachville, Willoughby, Eveleigh, Polwhele

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/23  1679 - 1822

11

Contents:
Long Cross and Pixon. Parties Polwhele, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/24  1692 - 1768

4

Contents:
Grendon. Parties Cudlipp, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/25  1554 - 1787

7

Contents:
Langford and Pettypace. Parties Bond, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/26  1729 - 1786

3

Contents:
Little Park Cudlipp Tow, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/27  1692 - 1781

3

Contents:
Will Park or Well Park. Parties Cudlipp Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/28  1674 - 1740

5

Contents:
Higher Leaze. Parties Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/29  1674 - 1724

4

Contents:
Lower and Middle Leaze (also Pigs Hill). Parties Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/30  1617 - 1674

3

Contents:
Inswill Down. Parties Glanville, Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/31  1675

1

Contents:
Rack Field, Pety Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/32  1585

1

Contents:
Blacktor and other properties, Pety Glanville

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/33  1627

1

Contents:
Bowhay, Pety Badcock

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/34  1627

1

Contents:
Charles Mills, Pety Glanville

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/35  1564

1

Contents:
Billingsbeare Wood, Pety (Bedford)

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/36  1532 - 1567

2

Contents:
Unidentified closes. Parties Willings, Stephens

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavistock/37  1596

1

Contents:
Rectory and tithes of Tavistock (assigned to Glanville), Pety (Bedford)

TAVY ST MARY  1262M/L/Tavystmary  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/L/Tavystmary/1  1678 - 1738

2

Contents:
Henscott. Parties Fowell, Fortescue

BISHOPS TAWTON  1262M/L/Bishopstawton  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/L/Bishopstawton/1  1681 - 1791

7

Contents:
Field at Newport. Parties Worth, Fortescue

WEARE GIFFARD  1262M/L/Wearegiffard  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/1  1749 - 1769

8

Contents:
Parts Weare Giffard Barton (including quay and lime kilns) leased to Honeycombe and others, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/2  1522

1

Contents:
Fenton or Venton, Pety St. Leger

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/3  1690 - 1785

7

Contents:
Fenton, leased to Greek (Manor of Weare Giffard), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/4  1686 - 1767

7

Contents:
Fenton, leased to Greby (Manor of Little Weare), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/4A  1737

1

Contents:
Part Fenton late Lakes (Manor of Weare Giffard), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/5  1718 - 1774

5

Contents:
Rowland (Manor of Weare Giffard), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/6  1702 - 1775

5

Contents:
Park, leased to Dyer (Manor of Weare Giffard), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/7  1713 - 1790

6

Contents:
Park, leased to Cowle, Clement, Dyer and Elsworth, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/8  1675 - 1763

5

Contents:
Cliffe - leased to Cann and Fortescue (Manor of Weare Giffard), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/9  1689 - 1840

7

Contents:
Cliffe - leased to Tetherley, Wood and others. Parties Clarke, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/10  1690 - 1760

2

Contents:
Road Cliffe or Roundicleve, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/11  1854 - 1866

3

Contents:
House at Road Cliffe, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/12  1689 - 1795

5

Contents:
Wyatts tenement (Manor of Weare Giffard), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/13  1672

13

Contents:
Davy's tenements by Quay and Trinity Well (Manor of Weare Giffard), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/14  1680 - 1778

3

Contents:
Gill tenement (Manor of Weare Giffard), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/15  1557 - 1723

6

Contents:
Weare Mills (Manor of Weare Giffard), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/16  1707 - 1840

5

Contents:
Tenements taken from Mill tenement - Hop garden, smith's shop and c (Manor of Weare Giffard), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/17  1690 - 1847

8

Contents:
Brookham's tenement (Manor of Weare Giffard), Pety Fortescue and papers

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/18  1715 - 1841

13

Contents:
Property at Coldharbour (Manor of Weare Giffard), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/19  1715 - 1790

5

Contents:
Luggs Plots (Manor of Weare Giffard), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/20  1809

1

Contents:
Huxell (Manor of Weare Giffard), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/21  1692 - 1821

6

Contents:
Stanton's cottages and c Leased to Blake and others (Manor of Weare Giffard), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/22  1796 - 1810

5

Contents:
Lamerton's cottage on quay (Manor of Weare Giffard), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/23  1833

1

Contents:
Salterne (Manor of Stevenstone), Pety Rolle

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/24  1705 - 1767

5

Contents:
Bonifant's Hill and Bonifant's close (Manor of Weare Giffard), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/25  1692 - 1773

4

Contents:
Barnard's cottage, taken from Mill meadow (Manor of Weare Giffard), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/26  1688 - 1802

5

Contents:
Cottages leased to Matthews, Hopkins and Lake, built on ground taken from Weare Wood (Manor of Weare Giffard), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/27  1711 - 1796

4

Contents:
Cottage built on ground taken from Weare Wood and leased to Polkinghorn and Lake, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/28  1686 - 1778

6

Contents:
Cottages built on ground taken from Weare Dock and leased to Cowle and others (Manor of Weare Giffard), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/29  1691 - 1779

5

Contents:
Cottages taken from Weare Woods leased to Warmington and others (Manor of Weare Giffard), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/30  1701 - 1777

4

Contents:
Cottage on ground taken from Checkery, part Weare Barton (Manor of Weare Giffard), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/31  1631

1

Contents:
Barnparks (Manor of Weare Giffard), Pety South cott

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/32  1674 - 1784

9

Contents:
Cottages and plots enclosed from Weare Wood, leased to Abell, Greeby, Dennis and others, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/33  1796

2

Contents:
Madge's Cottage on Weare Quay (Manor of Weare Giffard), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/34  1767

1

Contents:
Greby's Cottage on Weare Quay (Manor of Weare Giffard), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/35  1681 - 1827

8

Contents:
Part Little Weare Barton leased to Honeycombe and Greening (Manor of Little Weare), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/36  1659 - 1739

5

Contents:
Part Little Weare Barton leased to Greening and Gist (Manor of Little Weare), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/37  1648 - 1814

7

Contents:
Parts Little Weare Barton leased to Bidder, Chope Wood and others (Manor of Little Weare). Parties Britton, Rowe, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/38  1614 - 1770

10

Contents:
Netherdon (Manor of Little Weare). Parties Pomeroy, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/39  1677 - 1725

4

Contents:
Colland and Roach (Manor of Little Weare and parishes of Weare Giffard and Hun shaw), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/40  1730

1

Contents:
Roach Wood, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/41  1762 - 1783

5

Contents:
Cross Downs Gill Parks and Long Park (Manor of Little Weare), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/42  1777 - 1862

6

Contents:
Property at Hallspill (Manor of Little Weare), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/43  1781 - 1789

2

Contents:
Cox Down, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/44  1747 - 1779

4

Contents:
Tenements leased to Mullis (Manor of Little Weare), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/45  1821

1

Contents:
Culver House (Manor of Little Weare), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/46  1795

1

Contents:
Gammaton Moor (Manor of Little Weare), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/47  1664

1

Contents:
Culver Hill (Manor of Little Weare), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/48  1715 - 1785

7

Contents:
Cottages and smallholdings, Little Weare Manor, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/49  1674 - 1692

4

Contents:
Yeos Lime Kiln, the Dock Kiln and plots of land, leased to Abell, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/50  1660-1662

2

Contents:
Bonifants house and cellar on Weare Quay (i.e. warehouse) built by Hill of Barnstaple. Parties Hill, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/51  1705 - 1767

7

Contents:
Bonifants house, lime kiln and cellar formerly Davey's on Weare Quay leased to Greby and Davey, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/52  1692 - 1716

4

Contents:
Great Cellar on Weare Quay built by Smith of Cullompton, merchant, leased to Davey and Greby, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/53  1693 - 1764

9

Contents:
Davey's house, lime kiln and culm yard, and kiln built by Abell, all on Weare Quay, leased to Greby and others, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/54  1695 - 1737

4

Contents:
Kilns and cellars on Weare Quay (Flexman, Greby, Honeycombe and Lovering), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/55  1859

1

Contents:
Building site for Wesleyan Chapel, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/56  nd

1

Contents:
Building site for, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/57  1839 - 1841

3

Contents:
Cottages and building site, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/58  nd

5

Contents:
Miscellaneous leases, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Wearegiffard/59  1823

1; 1

Contents:
Torridge Salmon fishery (Weare Giffard and Monkleigh), Pety Fortescue and Pine-Coffin

WHITCHURCH  1262M/L/Whitchurch  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/L/Whitchurch/1  1587 - 1779

5

Contents:
Beatland (Manor of Lamerton). Parties Crefield, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Whitchurch/2  1574 - 1661

9

Contents:
"Ingrymston", now Grimstone. Parties Crefield, Glanville

[no title]  1262M/L/Whitchurch/3  1717 - 1782

7

Contents:
Tenements in Grimstone (Manor of Lamerton), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Whitchurch/4  1610 - 1810

5

Contents:
Lower Grimstone. Parties Glanville, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Whitchurch/5  1620 - 1773

5

Contents:
Stone. Parties Godolphin, Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Whitchurch/6  1412

2

Contents:
"Stonen"; "Wilsshton" and "Moretowne", Pety Boson

[no title]  1262M/L/Whitchurch/7  1559 - 1668

7

Contents:
Tenements in "Wylsyton", Wilsetton. Parties Charlys, Glanville, Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/L/Whitchurch/8  1704 - 1778

5

Contents:
Tenements in Wilsetton (Manor of Lamerton), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Whitchurch/9  1763 - 1821

2

Contents:
Lower Wilsetton (Manor of Lamerton), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/L/Whitchurch/10  1722 - 1782

3

Contents:
Broad Parks (Manor of Lamerton), Pety Fortescue

LEASES: OUTCOUNTY AND IRELAND  [no ref. or date]

CORNWALL  1262M/LC  [n.d.]

Contents:
Cornwall
1262M/LC Listed by parish
BOTUS FLEMING
JACOBSTOWE and WARBSTOWE
MEVAGISSEY
MICHAELSTOWE
PERRANZABULO
ROCHE
STRATTON
ST. TEATH

BOTUS FLEMING  1262M/LC/Botusfleming  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/LC/Botusfleming/1  1750

1

Contents:
Tenement called Poole's Park or Dryfield. Part of Valleton, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Botusfleming/2  1625 - 1700

8

Contents:
Tenements within the village of Valeton. Parties Crossman, Courtenay, Boscawen

Village of Popton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/LC/Botusfleming/3  1654

3

Contents:
Close called "The Grunridge" or Greenridge", Pety Courtenay

[no title]  1262M/LC/Botusfleming/4  1674

1

Contents:
House, garden, and close called Hogge's Hills, Pety Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/LC/Botusfleming/5  1674

2

Contents:
Dwelling house and barn, orchard and mowhay, cider round and 3¼ acres of land in North Park, Pety Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/LC/Botusfleming/6  1654

1

Contents:
Malt house, barn, herb garden, orchard, land in North Park, Grunridge etc. in village of Popton, Pety Courtenay

[no title]  1262M/LC/Botusfleming/7  1625 - 1684

2

Contents:
The Kitchen, malt house, barn, moiety of herb garden, moiety of Mowhay, land in North Park, and close called Grunridge and other land in village of Popton. Parties Crossman, Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/LC/Botusfleming/8  1706

1

Contents:
Land in the North Park and moiety of mowhay, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Botusfleming/9  1693 - 1654

2

Contents:
House adjoining an orchard called Mowhay and a piece of land called Broompark, Pety Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/LC/Botusfleming/10  1611 - 1654

5

Contents:
Lands in the village of Popton. Parties Crossman, Courtenay

[no title]  1262M/LC/Botusfleming/11  1640

1

Contents:
Two closes or parcells of land called the Little North Park and Bromsholl's Tenement, Pety Crossman

[no title]  1262M/LC/Botusfleming/12  1630, 1696

2

Contents:
Two closes of land called the Bramble Park and Gratton Park, part of Doghole or Newport. Parties Crossman, Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/LC/Botusfleming/13  1621

1

Contents:
Three closes of land called Newparkes (4 acres in all), Pety Crossman

[no title]  1262M/LC/Botusfleming/14  1621

1

Contents:
Close of land called Aller Close, (5 acres in all) and further close, (2½ acres), Pety Crossman

[no title]  1262M/LC/Botusfleming/15  1654 - 1699

2

Contents:
Close of land called Higher Yensdon. Parties Courtenay, Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/LC/Botusfleming/16  1650 - 1748

3

Contents:
The East Park, The West Park, The Little Meadow, part of Doghole. Parties Courtenay, Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Botusfleming/17  1671

1

Contents:
The Barne, The Stall, the Bakehouse, Shutt Garden, North Park and the Middle Park, Pety Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/LC/Botusfleming/18  1641 - 1749

5

Contents:
Land at Doghole, tenement Newport. Parties Crossman, Courtenay, Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Botusfleming/19  1654

1

Contents:
Knights tenement (Manor of Mutton), Pety Courtenay

ENDELLION  1262M/LC/Endellion  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/1  1650 - 1783

10

Contents:
Treore Barton (part). Parties Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/2  1676 - 1783

4

Contents:
Foot's Tenement (part Treore Barton). Parties Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/3  1673 - 1751

4

Contents:
Trewether (tenement leased to Buller and others). Parties Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/4  1662 - 1783

7

Contents:
Hare Hills, Trewetheret and property in Tregaverne. Parties Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/5  1743 - 1802

3

Contents:
New Parks (Manor of Treore), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/6  1741 - 1782

3

Contents:
Great North Park (Manor of Treore), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/7  1712 - 1779

5

Contents:
Little North Park (part Scarbrook's tenement in Port Isaac), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/8  1689

1

Contents:
Part Scarbrook's tenement (Manor of Treore, Pety Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/9  1620

1

Contents:
Rounsevall's tenement, Trewether and Port Isaac, Pety Matthew

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/10  1676

2

Contents:
Scarbrook's tenement, Trewether, Pety Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/11  1734 - 1812

3

Contents:
Property in Trewether South Field and Collingere Meadow, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/12  1782

2

Contents:
Property in Treore and Tregavern leased to Roose, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/13  1697 - 1815

3

Contents:
Close called Undertown, near Trewether, Pety Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/14  1814 - 1825

3

Contents:
House Ground Tenement, Trewether, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/15  1699 - 1749

3

Contents:
House East of Richard Prestidge's house, Trewether. Parties Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/16  1688 - 1724

3

Contents:
French's House, Trewether. Parties Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/17  1688 - 1787

4

Contents:
"Kitchen" or "Higg's Tenement" and Little Park, Trewether. Parties Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/18  1734 - 1764

3

Contents:
"Godfrey's Tenement", Port Isaac, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/19  1677 - 1722

2

Contents:
Starbrooke's tenement, Trewether. Parties Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/20  1673 - 1708

2

Contents:
Hall and Mansion House at Trewether (in ruins by 1700). Parties Morton, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/21  1786

1

Contents:
House near John Dennis's garden, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/22  1779

1

Contents:
Cottage with garden, late John Dennis's, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/23  1770, 1724

2

Contents:
House, late Ann Brown's near Richard Prestidge's garden, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/24  1710 - 1734

3

Contents:
Tenement called Portgavern and four sandy pitts, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/25  1699

1

Contents:
House and garden near Port Isaac, Pety Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/26  1685 - 1699

2

Contents:
Tenement near Port Isaac, Pety Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/27  1683 - 1825

8

Contents:
Trebles Tenement near Tregeaverne, Pety Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/28  1751, 1795

2

Contents:
St. Illick, Pety Pitt

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/29  1670 - 1743

3

Contents:
Miscellaneous property in Trewether. Parties Wilton, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/30  1755

1

Contents:
Part Newparks, Pety Trehawke

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/31  1749

1

Contents:
Tawley's Hill, Pety Scawen

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/32  1647

1

Contents:
Smith's tenement, Tregavern, Pety (assignment)

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/33  1766 - 1775

2

Contents:
Licences to search for minerals in Manor of Treore, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Endellion/34  1809 - 1823

3

Contents:
Setts of Trewether Antimony mine, Pety Fortescue

JACOBSTOW AND WARBSTOWE  1262M/LC/Jacobstowandwarbstowe  [n.d.]

Manor of West Langdon  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/LC/Jacobstowandwarbstowe/1  1746-1769

2

Contents:
Round Park, park West Langdon Barton, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Jacobstowandwarbstowe/2  1708-1814

3

Contents:
Part West Langdon Barton leased to Balk and Roose, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Jacobstowandwarbstowe/3  1708

1

Contents:
Part West Langdon Barton leased to Browne, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Jacobstowandwarbstowe/4  1475

1

Contents:
"Brode Langedon", Pety Hoare

[no title]  1262M/LC/Jacobstowandwarbstowe/5  1664-1774

4

Contents:
Kittoe's tenement, Broad Langdon. Parties Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Jacobstowandwarbstowe/6  1708-1774

2

Contents:
Grattons and elsewhere, part Broad Langdon, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Jacobstowandwarbstowe/7  1661-1774

5

Contents:
Wade's tenement Broad Langdon. Parties Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Jacobstowandwarbstowe/8  1763-1804

3

Contents:
Blackpost, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Jacobstowandwarbstowe/9  1556-1774

6

Contents:
Over Exe, Higher Exe or Horraparks. Parties Hoare, Boscawen Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Jacobstowandwarbstowe/10  1663-1758

3

Contents:
Property at Carnworthy water including smithy. Parties Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Jacobstowandwarbstowe/11  1640-1742

4

Contents:
West Langdon Mills and Mill Ham. Parties Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Jacobstowandwarbstowe/12  1574-1821

11

Contents:
West Withyven and Holwell Parks. Parties Hoare, Boscawen, Seccombe, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Jacobstowandwarbstowe/13  1588-1776

13

Contents:
Sewcott. Parties Hoare, Harvey, Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/LC/Jacobstowandwarbstowe/14  1629-1674

2

Contents:
South Heydon. Parties Stowe, Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/LC/Jacobstowandwarbstowe/15  1665-1762

3

Contents:
Cottages in Jacobstowe Church Town. Parties Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Jacobstowandwarbstowe/16  1624-1774

11

Contents:
Vicars Park, Hoare Meadow and Treguen Moor. Parties Hoare, Harvey, Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Jacobstowandwarbstowe/17  1588-1774

7

Contents:
East Withyven. Parties Hoare, Boscawen, Fortescue

MEVAGISSEY  1262M/LC/Mevagissey  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/LC/Mevagissey/1  1670

1

Contents:
Hoskyn's tenement, Pety Fortescue

MICHAELSTOWE  1262M/LC/Michaelstowe  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/LC/Michaelstowe/1  1673 - 1777

5

Contents:
Hill's tenements (Manor of Treore). Parties Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Michaelstowe/2  1749 - 1773

2

Contents:
Keene's tenement (Manor of Treore), Pety Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/LC/Michaelstowe/3  1596

1

Contents:
Johnson's tenement, Pety Wood

PERRANZABULO  1262M/LC/Perranzabulo  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/LC/Perranzabulo/1  1765

1

Contents:
Polgada, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Perranzabulo/2  1765 - 1807

3

Contents:
Lower and Higher Engelly, Pety Fortescue

ROCHE  1262M/LC/Roche  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/LC/Roche/1  1730

1

Contents:
Trerank or Trefrank, Pety Fortescue

STRATTON  1262M/LC/Stratton  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/LC/Stratton/1  1616 - 1768

8

Contents:
Heale and Heale Mills. Parties Cory, Boscawen, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LC/Stratton/2  1562 - 1694

3

Contents:
Heale. Parties Langdon, Cory, Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/LC/Stratton/3  1599 - 1616

2

Contents:
Heale Mills, Pety Cory

SAINT TEATH  1262M/LC/Saintteath  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/LC/Saintteath/1  1692

2

Contents:
Higher Probela Part of Manor of Treore, Pety Boscawen

GLOUCESTERSHIRE  1262M/LG  [n.d.]

Contents:
1262M/LG Gloucestershire
EBRINGTON
WORMINGTON

EBRINGTON  1262M/LG/Ebrington  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/1  1497 - 1552

3

Contents:
Manor of Ebrington and lands in Ebrington, Pety Fortescue to Keyte

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/2  1558 - 1619

6

Contents:
Common rights leased to Keyte, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/3  1558

2

Contents:
Common rights leased to King, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/4  1548 - 1576

5

Contents:
Common rights leased to Read, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/5  1548 - 1578

3

Contents:
Common rights leased to Flacher, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/6  1548 - 1595

4

Contents:
Common rights leased to Harris, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/7  1548 - 1559

3

Contents:
Common rights leased to Holham, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/8  1548 - 1558

2

Contents:
Common rights leased to White, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/9  1559

2

Contents:
Common rights leased to Grevell, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/10  1556 - 1558

2

Contents:
Common rights leased to Albryngton, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/11  1576 - 1599

3

Contents:
Common rights leased to Ayleworth Purser and Ward, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/12  1486 - 1721

10

Contents:
Ebrington Mill, Mill tenement and common leased to Daniel, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/13  1632 - 1742

9

Contents:
Wiggetts and Saunders half yard lands later leased to Hambage, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/14  1653-1743

9

Contents:
Isaiah Keyte's tenement and yardland later leased to Daniel, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/15  1649 - 1725

7

Contents:
Tenement and three yardlands formerly Harris's later Newman and North, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/16  1681 - 1725

5

Contents:
Tenement and yardland formerly Harris, later Perrin, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/17  1681 - 1743

7

Contents:
House and yardland or part yard land, formerly Read's later Hambage's, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/18  1648 - 1744

7

Contents:
Merrill's house and forge later Chapman and Keyt, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/19  1628 - 1726

10

Contents:
Two half yardlands formerly Gibbs, later Gibbs and Keyt (also the Ham), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/20  1652 - 1735

4

Contents:
House and yardland formerly Holtham's later Whitehead's, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/21  1721 - 1725

2

Contents:
House and half yardland, formerly Gibb's later Hiron's, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/22  1656 - 1725

3

Contents:
One and three quarter yardlands leased to Fletcher, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/23  1703 - 1707

4

Contents:
Fletcher's Close and house and yardland, Read's later Paxford's, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/24  1681 - 1721

3

Contents:
Yardland leased to Tosker or Tasker, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/25  1681 - 1725

4

Contents:
One and a half yardlands, once Hopper's later Purser's, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/26  1687 - 1700

3

Contents:
Half yardlands Read and Daniel, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/27  1697 - 1714

3

Contents:
One and 7/8ths yardland leased to Holtham, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/28  1693

2

Contents:
Daniel's leys formerly Saunders (part Town Leys), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/29  1721

1

Contents:
Close called Smith's Leys, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/30  1734

2

Contents:
Tenement called Soho, Pety Sir W. Keyt

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/31  1721

1

Contents:
Three closes called, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/32  1721

2

Contents:
Closes called How Ground and Longmores, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/33  1721

1

Contents:
Lords Meadows and close called Conygrae, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/34  1721

1

Contents:
Passam's Piece, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/35  1721

1

Contents:
Rye pieces and Bimfurlong (enclosed), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/36  1647

1

Contents:
Tenement and two and ¾ yardlands leased to Read, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/37  1660 - 1725

4

Contents:
Yardlands and other property leased to Keyte, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/38  1677 - 1741

3

Contents:
Yardlands leased to Daniel, Chapman and Read, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/39  1703 - 1734

4

Contents:
"Halls House" and "Boxs House", to Chapman, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/40  1656 - 1703

3

Contents:
House and garden leased to Newett, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/41  1703 - 1718

2

Contents:
Cottage leased to Steward, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/42  1703 - 1734

4

Contents:
Houses leased to Keyte and Cox, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/43  1681 - 1703

2

Contents:
"Jeffs House" and "Gardener House" leased to Keyt, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/44  1703 - 1726

4

Contents:
Houses and cottages leased to Keyt, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/45  1687 - 1725

8

Contents:
Houses cottages and smallholdings leased to various persons, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/46  1769 - 1829

5

Contents:
As 1262M/LG/45, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/47  1573 - (1620)

1

Contents:
Church House. Parties Ebrington Churchwardens, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/48  nd

Contents:
Tenancy Agreements, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/49  1564 - 1725

4

Contents:
Site of Chapel later a cottage, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/50  1718

2

Contents:
Hidcote Quarry, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/51  1703 - 1707

2

Contents:
Closes in Hidcote, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/52  1703 - 1734

10

Contents:
Houses and one and ½ yardland leased to W. Purser and Caldicote, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/53  1677 - 1714

5

Contents:
Yardland and homestall, leased formerly Southerne's later Paine's, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/54  1651 - 1703

8

Contents:
House and yardland former Holtham's later J. Purser's, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/55  1697 - 1707

2

Contents:
House and yard land formerly Southerne's later Keyt's, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/56  1703 - 1737

4

Contents:
House and half yardland formerly S. Purser's later Chapman's, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/57  1707 - 1734

3

Contents:
Yardlands leased to Hambage and others, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/58  1619 - 1782

6

Contents:
Yard lands leased to Keyt, Dee Harriot and Fletcher, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/59  1711

1

Contents:
Tenement leased to Purser, later Coldicote (with schedule), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/60  1683 - 1825

7

Contents:
Cottages, Pety Fortescue

[no title or date]  1262M/LG/Ebrington/61

2

Contents:
Damaged Leases

WORMINGTON  1262M/LG/Wormington  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/LG/Wormington/1  1719 - 1750

2

Contents:
Lower Moat, Pety Aylmer

[no title]  1262M/LG/Wormington/2  1740

1

Contents:
Martin's House and other property, Pety Aylmer

LINCOLNSHIRE  1262M/LLI  [n.d.]

Contents:
1262M/LLI Lincolnshire
TATTERSHALL

TATTERSHALL  1262M/LLI/Tattershall  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/LLI/Tattershall/1  1790 - 1837

3

Contents:
Garden, warehouse and other property leased to Tayton, Pety Fortescue

MIDDLESEX (LONDON)  1262M/LM  [n.d.]

Contents:
1262M/LM Middlesex
LONDON parishes

[no title]  1262M/LM/1  1835

1

Contents:
House in North Audley Street, Pety Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/LM/2  1865

1

Contents:
House in Bruton Street, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LM/3  1867

1

Contents:
House in Grosvenor Square, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LM/4-5  nd

2

Contents:
Late leases

SOMERSET  1262M/LSO  [n.d.]

Contents:
1262M/LSO Somerset
ASHWICK
CROSCOMBE
CURRY RIVEL
EMBOROUGH
HOLCOMBE
KILMERSDON
MIDSOMER NORTON
NORTON ST. PHILIP
SHEPTON MALLET (including OAKHILL)
STOKE ST. MICHAEL
STRATTON-ON-THE-FOSSE
SUTTON, LONG
Miscellaneous, Somerset
More than one County

ASHWICK  1262M/LSO/Ashwick  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/1  1306

1

Contents:
Acre called Broadmead in Kingshay, Pety Weleton

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/2  1400

1

Contents:
Whitehouse. Parties Oldmixon and others

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/3  1431

1

Contents:
"Heyhouse", Pety Sammel

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/4  1426 - 1468

2

Contents:
The Ham and other properties properties. Parties Brown, Carent and others

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/5  1397 - 1443

3

Contents:
Various properties. Parties Babyngton, Brown

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/6  1540

2

Contents:
Manor of Ashwick, Pety Horner

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/7  1574 - 1667

11

Contents:
Manor of Ashwick. Parties Stidman, Rous including bonds and c.

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/8  1605 - 1618

2

Contents:
Denwell and Blackwell and water rights, Pety Stidman

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/9  1571 - 1624

2

Contents:
Tenements and cottages, Pety Stidman

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/10  1605 - 1800

7

Contents:
Coal Pits and coal mines. Parties Stidman, Norman, Rous, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/11  1709 - 1777

6

Contents:
Mill and Mill tenement (also land in Emborough), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/12  1716 - 1784

6

Contents:
Pew's Land and Pews coppice, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/13  1743

2

Contents:
Carter's Dole, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/14  1693 - 1767

6

Contents:
Everitts or Everards, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/15  1724 - 1758

2

Contents:
Shut tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/16  1750 - 1765

3

Contents:
Fatt's tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/17  1769 - 1787

2

Contents:
Ludlow's tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/18  1722 - 1787

6

Contents:
Hill's tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/19  1697 - 1759

11

Contents:
Tenements in Kingshay, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/20  1679 - 1759

8

Contents:
Tenements and cottages at Nettlebridge, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/21  1713 - 1755

4

Contents:
Shore's tenement and wood, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/22  1699 - 1763

2

Contents:
Cliffe house or Abington's, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/23  1716

1

Contents:
Highwood, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/24  1709 - 1737

2

Contents:
"Rocky hill" disused lime and other property, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/25  1729 - 1757

3

Contents:
Harridge Wood and cottage, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/26  1709 - 1758

3

Contents:
Hayhouse, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/27  1726 - 1758

3

Contents:
Moore wood, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/28  1723 - 1765

2

Contents:
Long Crofts, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/29  1723 - 1765

5

Contents:
Lovell's or Burr's tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/30  1730 - 1755

3

Contents:
Pill Close, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/31  1758 - 1770

2

Contents:
Collins Croft part Holme's tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/32  1742 - 1768

2

Contents:
Halls tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/33  1705

1

Contents:
Cleave and elsewhere, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/34  1673 - 1745

2

Contents:
Hannam's tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/35  1746

1

Contents:
New croft, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/36  1723 - 1733

2

Contents:
Simbery's tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/37  1709

1

Contents:
Heath's tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/38  1730

1

Contents:
Perkin's tenement (part), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/39  1737

1

Contents:
Burges tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/40  1769

1

Contents:
Denwell and Blackwell, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/41  1770

1

Contents:
The Tyning, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/42  1695

1

Contents:
Gurmans, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/43  1693 - 1782

16

Contents:
Cottages, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/44  nd

4

(Documents damaged by damp)

Contents:
Leases

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Ashwick/45  1725 - 1755

4

Contents:
Golds Leaze (also property in Shepton Mallet), Pety Fortescue

CROSCOMBE  1262M/LSO/Croscombe  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Croscombe/1  1412 - 1465

2

Contents:
Rents arising from Manor of Croscombe. Parties Palton, Cheyne and others

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Croscombe/2  1557

1

Contents:
EastHouse, Burley field and elsewhere, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Croscombe/3  1552 - 1670

2

Contents:
"Mouse Place" at Throp and Broomhill, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Croscombe/4  1690

1

Contents:
House and closes at Thurtovers and Bricksey, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Croscombe/5  1710

1

Contents:
House in Church Street, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Croscombe/6  1676 - 1707

3

Contents:
Cottages, Pety Fortescue

CURRY RIVEL  1262M/LSO/Curryrivel  [n.d.]

Contents:
(Langport Westover)

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Curryrivel/1  1546

2

Contents:
Tenements at Langport Westover, Pety Rolle

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Curryrivel/2  1585

2

Contents:
Tenements with common on Portmoor, Pety Rolle (+ 2 bonds)

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Curryrivel/3  1654 - 1660

2

Contents:
Tenements with common on Portmoor, Pety Fortescue

EMBOROUGH  1262M/LSO/Emborough  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Emborough/1  1710 - 1773

3

Contents:
The Hill, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Emborough/2  1702 - 1731

3

Contents:
Foss House tenement (partly in Ashwick), Pety Fortescue

HOLCOMBE  1262M/LSO/Holcombe  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Holcombe/1  1607 - 1705

8

Contents:
Holcombe Farm. Parties Horner, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Holcombe/2  1647 - 1700

5

Contents:
Witcombes tenement. Parties Horner, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Holcombe/3  1622 - 1685

5

Contents:
Down ground or Down Closes, Barstable Hill. Parties Horner, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Holcombe/4  1653 - 1655

3

Contents:
Cottage, land enclosed from Holcombe Marsh and c (Strong's tenement), Pety Horner

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Holcombe/5  1659 - 1685

2

Contents:
Bord's tenement. Parties Horner, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Holcombe/6  1650 - 1656

2

Contents:
Harvey's tenement, Pety Horner

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Holcombe/7  1633 - 1685

3

Contents:
Strong's, Board's and Hervey's closes. Parties Horner, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Holcombe/8  1625 - 1655

3

Contents:
Cottage land enclosed from Holcombe Marsh and c (Millard's tenement), Pety Horner

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Holcombe/9  1681 - 1689

3

Contents:
Purle's tenement, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Holcombe/10  1605 - 1671

3

Contents:
Wooforde's or Woolford's tenement (Close newly enclosed from Holcombe Marsh). Parties Horner Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Holcombe/11  1655 - 1704

4

Contents:
Parts Holcombe Meade. Parties Horner, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Holcombe/12  1685

3

Contents:
Huishe's Cope's and Gutheridge, leased to Salmon, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Holcombe/13  1672

1

Contents:
Meadow plot leased to Everard, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Holcombe/14  1676

1

Contents:
Down ground, enclosed from Holcombe Marsh, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Holcombe/15  1619 - 1636

2

Contents:
Properties, possibly part Holcombe Farm, Pety Horner

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Holcombe/16  1604 - 1718

9

Contents:
Cottages and smallholdings. Parties Horner, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Holcombe/17  1678

1

Contents:
Coal mines in Holcombe Marsh and elsewhere, leased to Salmon, Pety Fortescue

KILMERSDON  1262M/LSO/Kilmersdon  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Kilmersdon/1  1636 - 1652

5

Contents:
Kilmersdon Farm (formerly called Braunches) next to Church yard, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Kilmersdon/2  1671 - 1770

8

Contents:
Parts and former parts Kilmersdon Farm, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Kilmersdon/3  1673 - 1691

3

Contents:
Upper and Lower Huish, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Kilmersdon/4  1745

1

Contents:
Flower's house, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Kilmersdon/5  1643

1

Contents:
Property in Kilmersdon West Field, Pety Salmon

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Kilmersdon/6  1667 - 1709

4

Contents:
Property in Kilmersdon East Field, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Kilmersdon/7  1677

1

Contents:
Edgehill's piece in Kilmersdon fields, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Kilmersdon/8  1656 - 1738

4

Contents:
Property in Kilmersdon fields (Trowbridges), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Kilmersdon/9  1663

1

Contents:
House at Damehay and other closes, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Kilmersdon/10  1788

1

Contents:
Tenement formerly Jenkins's, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Kilmersdon/11  1670 - 1732

3

Contents:
Dowlis's house Kilmersdon village. Parties House or Howse, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Kilmersdon/12  1642 - 1710

3

Contents:
Hobb's house, Kilmersdon village. Parties House or Howse, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Kilmersdon/13  1647 - 1671

3

Contents:
Houses in Kilmersdon village. Parties House or Howse

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Kilmersdon/14  1754

1

Contents:
Fernhill Coalpit, Pety Fortescue

MIDSOMER NORTON  1262M/LSO/Midsomernorton  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Midsomernorton/1  1655

1

Contents:
Part Holcombe Mead, part of Midsomer Norton Farm, Pety Hook

NORTON ST. PHILIP  1262M/LSO/Nortonstphilip  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Nortonstphilip/1  1580

1

Contents:
Tenement near Market Cross, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Nortonstphilip/2  1679

1

Contents:
Perry's tenement, Pety Fortescue

SHEPTON MALLET  1262M/LSO/Sheptonmallet  [n.d.]

Contents:
(Oakhill)

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Sheptonmallet/1  1740 - 1783

5

Contents:
Gane's cottage, Oakhill, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Sheptonmallet/2  1740 - 1770

2

Contents:
Padfield's cottage, Frome Lane, Oakhill, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Sheptonmallet/3  1681 - 1722

2

Contents:
Dix or Dike's Tenement, Oakhill, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Sheptonmallet/4  1726

1

Contents:
Heale's cottage, Oakhill, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Sheptonmallet/5  1690 1746

3

Contents:
White's or James Tenement, Oakhill, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Sheptonmallet/6  1689

1

Contents:
Plot near Billings hill, Oakhill, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Sheptonmallet/7  1713

2

Contents:
Taylor's cottage, Oakhill, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Sheptonmallet/8  1733

1

Contents:
Tenement and Smith's shop (George's) Oakhill, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Sheptonmallet/9  1740 - 1767

2

Contents:
Sprat's or Gest's cottage Oakhill, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Sheptonmallet/10  1707 - 1790

3

Contents:
Stock's or Emery's cottage, Oakhill, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Sheptonmallet/11  1712

1

Contents:
Hadley's cottage Oakhill, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Sheptonmallet/12  1754

1

Contents:
Taylor's cottage Oakhill, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Sheptonmallet/13  1782

1

Contents:
Catcott's cottage, Oakhill, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Sheptonmallet/14  1766

1

Contents:
Cottage leased to yeoman, Oakhill (Ashwick), Pety Fortescue

STOKE ST. MICHAEL  1262M/LSO/Stokestmichael  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Stokestmichael/1  1711 - 1748

4

Contents:
Parts of Combe house tenement, Pety Fortescue

STRATTON ON FOSSE  1262M/LSO/Strattononfosse  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Strattononfosse/1  1598

1

Contents:
Property in North fields, Pety Stidman

SUTTON, LONG  1262M/LSO/Suttonlong  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Suttonlong/1  1662 - 1695

3

Contents:
Cox's tenement in Upton, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Suttonlong/2  1658 - 1688

4

Contents:
Dryer's tenement in Upton. Parties Spalding, Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Suttonlong/3  1679

1

Contents:
Property in common fields of Long Sutton, Pety Fortescue

MISCELLANEOUS  1262M/LSO/Miscellaneous  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Miscellaneous/1  nd

1

Contents:
Incomplete Lease, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LSO/Miscellaneous/2  1695

1

Contents:
Property in Tolland and Lydiard St. Lawrence (town of Milverton), Pety Trevelian

PROPERTIES IN MORE THAN ONE COUNTY  1262M/LZ  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/LZ/1  1405

1

Contents:
Manors of Croscombe, and Paulton and elsewhere in Somerset and Turk dean, (Gloucestershire) (Fine seal), Pety Palton

[no title]  1262M/LZ/2  1538

1

Contents:
Former Gloucester Abbey estates at Easton Grey, (Wiltshire) Kingscote and Beverstone (Gloucestershire) and other Gloucestershire property. Parties Sewell, "clothman", Gloucester

IRELAND  1262M/LI  [n.d.]

Contents:
1262M/LI IRELAND Co. Waterford

WATERFORD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/LI/1  1734

1

Contents:
Corballymor and Corballybeg ("to prevent forfeiture"), Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LI/2  1736 - 1776

3

Contents:
Corballymore, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LI/3  1736

1

Contents:
Corballybeg, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LI/4  1771

1

Contents:
Monomointramore and Monomointrabeg, Pety Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/LI/5  1790

2

Contents:
Knockakellin and Ardpuckane, Pety Fortescue

FAMILY  [no ref. or date]

Commissions  1262M/FA  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/FA/1  1761

Contents:
Writ of summons to Parliament to Matthew Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FA/2  1721

Contents:
Commission: Lord Lieutenant of Devon

[no title]  1262M/FA/3  1727

Contents:
Commission: Lord Lieutenant of Devon

[no title]  1262M/FA/4  1788

Contents:
Commission: Lord Lieutenant of Devon

[no title]  1262M/FA/5  1830

Contents:
Commission: Lord Lieutenant of Devon

[no title]  1262M/FA/6  1837

Contents:
Commission: Lord Lieutenant of Devon

[no title]  1262M/FA/7  1839

Contents:
Commission: Lord Lieutenant of Devon

[no title]  1262M/FA/8  1905

Contents:
Commission: Lord Lieutenant of Devon

[no title]  1262M/FA/9  1721

Contents:
Commission: Custos Rotulorum of Devon

[no title]  1262M/FA/10  1727

Contents:
Commission: Custom Rotulorum of Devon

[no title]  1262M/FA/11  1788

Contents:
Commission: Custos Rotulorum of Devon

[no title]  1262M/FA/12  1830

Contents:
Commission: Custos Rotulorum of Devon

[no title]  1262M/FA/13  1837

Contents:
Commission: Custos Rotulorum of Devon

[no title]  1262M/FA/14  1889

Contents:
Commission: Custos Rotulorum of Devon

[no title]  1262M/FA/15  1905

Contents:
Commission: Custos Rotulorum of Devon

[no title]  1262M/FA/16  1696, 1706

Contents:
2 Commissions Deputy Lieutenant

[no title]  1262M/FA/17  1837, 1839, 1851

Contents:
3 Commissions Deputy Lieutenant

[no title]  1262M/FA/18  1727, 1831, 1839

Contents:
3 Commissions: Vice-Admiral of Devon

[no title]  1262M/FA/19a  1725

Contents:
Order of the Bath

[no title]  1262M/FA/19b  1785

Contents:
High Steward of Barnstaple

[no title]  1262M/FA/19c  1792

Contents:
First High Steward of Molton

[no title]  1262M/FA/19d  1839

Contents:
Privy Council

[no title]  1262M/FA/20a  1667

Contents:
Colonel of Regiment of Foot

[no title]  1262M/FA/20b  1676

Contents:
Colonel of Regiment of Foot

[no title]  1262M/FA/20c  1710

Contents:
Ensign of Regiment of Foot

[no title]  1262M/FA/20d  1838

Contents:
Ensign, 29th Regiment of Foot

[no title]  1262M/FA/20e  1842

Contents:
Major, Yeomanry Cavalry North Devon

[no title]  1262M/FA/21  19th Cent

Contents:
2 loose great seals of George IV

Personal and Household Accounts  1262M/FE  [n.d.]

Personal  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/FE/1-3  1790 - 1828

3 volumes

Contents:
Private accounts
1790 - 1796, 1803 - 1815, 1815 - 1828

[no title]  1262M/FE/4-12  1761 - 1810

9 volumes

Contents:
Private accounts of Lord Fortescue with Messrs Drummond

[no title]  1262M/FE/13  1800 - 1805

Contents:
Private accounts of Lord Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FE/14  1806 - 1812

Contents:
Private accounts of Lady Ann Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FE/15-16  1816 - 1856

2 volumes

Contents:
Lord Fortescue's accounts with the National Provincial Bank
1816 - 1845, 1845 - 1856

[no title]  1262M/FE/17-25  1812 - 1851

9 volumes

Contents:
Accounts of 2nd Earl Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FE/25a  1836 - 1858

21

Contents:
Account books, Coutts with Earl Fortescue and Viscount Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FE/25b  1842 - 1860

Contents:
General abstract account

[no title]  1262M/FE/26-34  1892 - 1908

9 volumes

Contents:
Accounts of Lord Ebrington, mainly travel and household

[no title]  1262M/FE/35  1900 - 1906

Contents:
Ledger, Lord Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FE/36-45  1910 - 1926

10 volumes

Contents:
Accounts of Lord Ebrington, mainly travel and household

[no title]  1262M/FE/46  1895 - 1925

Contents:
Accounts of Stocks and shares of Lord Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FE/47  1897 - 1919

Contents:
Accounts with Canteen and Mess Co-operative Society Limited

[no title]  1262M/FE/48-49  1906 - 1915, 1915 - 1929

Contents:
Personal income accounts

Household  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/FE/50-55  1813 - 1814, 1815 - 1816, 1816 - 1817, 1818, 1818 - 1820, 1820 - 1822

6 volumes

Contents:
Weekly household account books

[no title]  1262M/FE/56  1810

Contents:
Weekly account book, kept by H.Munday

[no title]  1262M/FE/57  1810

Contents:
Account book of "articles had from the garden"

[no title]  1262M/FE/58  1810

Contents:
Account book for paper bought

[no title]  1262M/FE/59  1810

Contents:
Fish account book

[no title]  1262M/FE/60  1810

Contents:
Butler's account book

[no title]  1262M/FE/61  1812 - 1815

Contents:
Account book with Oilman

[no title]  1262M/FE/62  1812 - 1815

Contents:
Account book with greengrocer

[no title]  1262M/FE/63  1813

Contents:
Poulterer's account book

[no title]  1262M/FE/64  1813 - 1815

Contents:
Fishmonger's account book

[no title]  1262M/FE/65  1814

Contents:
Pantry account book

[no title]  1262M/FE/66  1814 - 1815

Contents:
Fish and sundry account book

[no title]  1262M/FE/67  1814 - 1815

Contents:
Grocer's account book

[no title]  1262M/FE/68  1814 - 1816

Contents:
Abstract of Kitchen bills, with inserted accounts

[no title]  1262M/FE/69  1814 - 1820

Contents:
Housekeeper's sundry book, with inserted rough accounts

[no title]  1262M/FE/70  1815

Contents:
Butcher's account book

[no title]  1262M/FE/71  1815

Contents:
Grocer's account book

[no title]  1262M/FE/72  1816

Contents:
Kitchen account book (supplementary to weekly house account books)

[no title]  1262M/FE/73  1816 - 1929

Contents:
Grocer's account book

[no title]  1262M/FE/74  1818 - 1821

Contents:
Grocer's account book

[no title]  1262M/FE/75  1822 - 1828

Contents:
Oilman's account book

[no title]  1262M/FE/76  1829 - 1833

Contents:
Oilman's account book

[no title]  1262M/FE/77  1829 - 1833

Contents:
Grocer's account book

[no title]  1262M/FE/78  1847 - 1849

Contents:
Housekeeping book, Lord Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FE/79  1847 - 1855

Contents:
Account book of servants' wages and board wages. Lord Ebrington. With list of servants

[no title]  1262M/FE/80  1916 - 1933

Contents:
Housekeeper's account book

[no title]  1262M/FE/81  1805 - 1813

Contents:
Cellar account book, showing number of bottles of wines and spirits added and disposed of each week

[no title]  1262M/FE/82  1824 - 1831

Contents:
Cellar account book, showing number of bottles of wines and spirits added and disposed of each week

[no title]  1262M/FE/83  1831 - 1840

Contents:
Cellar account book, showing number of bottles of wines and spirits added and disposed of each week

[no title]  1262M/FE/84  1831 - 1833

Contents:
Butler's daily account book showing visitors to Castle Hill and the number of bottles taken from the cellar

[no title]  1262M/FE/85  1833 - 1840

Contents:
Butler's daily account book showing visitors to Castle Hill and the number of bottles taken from the cellar

Miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/FE/86  1873

Contents:
Inventory of linen

[no title]  1262M/FE/87  19th cent

Contents:
Copies of household inventories and notes thereon, 1669 - 1682

[no title]  1262M/FE/88  1808 - 1809

Contents:
Keeper's account book, horse and hound

[no title]  1262M/FE/89  1809 - 1811

Contents:
Huntsman's account book, with inserted receipts and accounts

[no title]  1262M/FE/90  1813 - 1816

Contents:
Groom's account book

[no title]  1262M/FE/91  1820 - 1829

Contents:
Saddler's account book

TRUST PAPERS  1262M/FF  [n.d.]

Contents:
Trusts where the family acted as trustees

[no title]  1262M/FF/1  1921 - 1924

Contents:
Folder: correspondence and papers concerning winding up of estate of Henry Ormsby Gove.

[no title]  1262M/FF/2  1908 - 1916

Contents:
Folder: Gove trust papers

[no title]  1262M/FF/3  1917 - 1920

Contents:
Folder: Gove trust papers

[no title]  1262M/FF/4  1886 - 1914

Contents:
Bundle: Trust papers. A.G.Fortescue, including sketch-plan of freehold property in Bermondsey 1886.

[no title]  1262M/FF/5 - 6a  1906 - 1912

Contents:
Bundles: Stucley Trust Papers 1906 - 1908, 1909 - 1912.

[no title]  1262M/FF/6b  1905 - 1906

Contents:
Trustees Estate Book showing work to be completed on repairs, and reports on the work.

[no title]  1262M/FF/7  1888 - 1900, 1912

Contents:
Bundle: letters - Isaacke Trust

[no title]  1262M/FF/8  1912 - 1913

Contents:
Bundle: correspondence Devon Trust (Lady Halifax Trust, Cockwood and Cofton estates)

[no title]  1262M/FF/9  1921 - 1923

Contents:
Bundle: correspondence Earl of Devon's Irish Estates.

[no title]  1262M/FF/10  1912

Contents:
Bundle: letters and account - Lady Halifax Settlement.

[no title]  1262M/FF/11  1901 - 1910

Contents:
3 folders: Devon Trust Papers.

[no title]  1262M/FF/12  [1898]- 1923

Contents:
Bundle: accounts and correspondence of estate of Henry Ormsby Gore.

[no title]  1262M/FF/13  1907 - 1912

Contents:
Bundle: Seymour Trust papers

[no title or date]  1262M/FF/14

Contents:
Bundle Mortgage and Trust, with draft, for securing stock for Earl Fortescue.

[no title]  1262M/FF/15  1891 - 1898

Contents:
Bundle: F. Fortescue's Trust - papers, with copy release 1876.

[no title]  1262M/FF/16  1879 - 1904

Contents:
Bundle: Trust papers; correspondence

[no title]  1262M/FF/17  1878 - 1894

Contents:
Bundle: Lady Mary Edgerton trust papers 1878 - 1884, 1889 - 1891

[no title]  1262M/FF/18  1885

Contents:
Bundle: Dudley's Trust - papers

[no title]  1262M/FF/19  1881 - 1900

Contents:
Bundle: Sutton Trust - papers 1881 - 1886, 1900

[no title]  1262M/FF/20  1878

Contents:
Bundle: Leslie Trust - papers

[no title]  1262M/FF/21  1857 - 1875

Contents:
Bundle: A. and P. Karslake Settlement papers

[no title]  1262M/FF/22  1887, 1895

Contents:
Bundle: Hichs Beach Trust correspondence

[no title]  1262M/FF/23  1883 - 1884

Contents:
Bundle: Rev. A.W. Noct's Trust papers

[no title]  1262M/FF/24  1919 - 1924

Contents:
Volume: Earl Fortescue's account as Executor for Sir C. T. D. Acland

[no title]  1262M/FF/25  1919 - 1923

Contents:
Correspondence and papers being executors of Sir Charles T.D. Acland.
12 papers

[no title]  1262M/FF/26  1846 - 1899

Contents:
Damer (Portarlington) Trust
One box of trust papers, with correspondence and accounts

[no title]  1262M/FF/27  1845 - 1875

Contents:
Bundle: Lord Nugents Trust;
Copy release, extract from enclosure award and papers

FAMILY HISTORY  1262M/FH  [n.d.]

Contents:
[This section includes a number of papers related to other sections of this list. These are among the papers collected together when the family history was being written]

[no title]  1262M/FH/1  1893

Contents:
Pamphlet "The Bickford system of Irrigation". Reprinted from the Journal of the Bath and West of England Society with preface by C.T.D. Acland, London 1893

[no title]  1262M/FH/2  1907

Contents:
"The Times" September 30th 1907 to October 18th with reports on the Indian mutiny

[no title]  1262M/FH/3  1916

Contents:
Pamphlet: "An analysis of the returns of acreage under crops and grass 1875, 1885, 1895, 1905, 1915, and number of livestock in England 1915. Northampton for the Northamptonshire War Agricultural Committee

[no title]  1262M/FH/4  c. 1919

Contents:
Pamphlet: "How miners at home were led during the war"

[no title]  1262M/FH/5  1918 - 1919

Contents:
Papers relating to food production programme for 1919 and details of estate production 1918. Copy of Devon and Exeter Gazette 1919

[no title]  1262M/FH/6  1926

Contents:
Newspaper report and cuttings relating to the General Strike

[no title]  1262M/FH/7  1913 - 1914

Contents:
Abstract of documents belonging to Lord Fortescue made in 1913 and Report on Documents relating to Tattershall etc. by J.R. Weaver 1914

[no title]  1262M/FH/8  c. 1920

Contents:
Papers etc. relating to estate management, elections, and manuscript and typescript notes relating to the history of the Fortescue family, n.d. Also copy of typescript and manuscript notes of Fortescue history

[no title]  1262M/FH/9  nd

Contents:
Quarto notebook containing notes on family deeds

[no title]  1262M/FH/10  c. 1853

Contents:
"The Dwelling of the labouring Classes" by H. Roberts 3rd Edition, London

[no title]  1262M/FH/11  c. 1850

Contents:
"The Dwellings of the Labouring Classes" by H. Roberts. 3rd edition, London

[no title]  1262M/FH/12  1937

Contents:
Guide to Castle Hill

[no title]  1262M/FH/13  nd

Contents:
Print of 1750 engraving of Rt. Hon. John Lord Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FH/14-15  1692 - 1904

Contents:
Orders to pay, 1692, 1702 - 1704; two cheques 1904, and correspondence to Viscountess Ebrington in Madeira 1859

[no title]  1262M/FH/16  1814 - 1827

Contents:
MS notes about the property sold by Earl Fortescue to the Earl of Clarendon

[no title]  1262M/FH/17  1908

Contents:
"Mr. Haldane on the Territorial Army" supplement to St. George's Review, Proceedings of the National Defence Association

[no title]  1262M/FH/18-23  1911 - 1912

Contents:
Coronation invitation 1911; thanksgiving service invitations for St. Paul's Cathedral and forms of service 1912; Homage card, n.d.

[no title]  1262M/FH/24  1810 - 1815

Contents:
Notes on the life of the 2nd Earl Fortescue, copy of his diary 1810 - 1815, and letter to Lord Fortescue

[no title or date]  1262M/FH/25

Contents:
Correspondence between the 2nd Lord Fortescue and Admiral ? Dundonal

[no title]  1262M/FH/26  nd

Contents:
Rent and estate account book

[no title]  1262M/FH/27  nd

Contents:
Rental and estate account book

[no title]  1262M/FH/28  1901

Contents:
"The Times" 23 JANUARY 1901

[no title]  1262M/FH/29  1911

Contents:
"The Times" 23 JULY 1911

[no title]  1262M/FH/30  1910

Contents:
"The Times Edward VII Memorial Edition

[no title]  1262M/FH/31  1909

Contents:
"The Times" 7 JUNE 1909

[no title]  1262M/FH/32  nd

Contents:
Two copies of house inventories of 1669 and notes 1674 also two copy house inventories of 1676 with notes of 1680

[no title]  1262M/FH/33  nd

Contents:
Folder containing miscellaneous notes on family history, list of family documents etc.

[no title]  1262M/FH/34  nd

Contents:
Copy of a paper "The Census of Horses in Devonshire

[no title]  1262M/FH/35  1711 - 1922

Contents:
Miscellaneous correspondence (and copies) notes on family history 1893; obituary notice of Colonel F. Haygarth 26. 4. 1911; and notes on estate management

[no title]  1262M/FH/36  nd

Contents:
Typescript of History of the Royal Devon Yeomanry

[no title]  1262M/FH/37  1692 - 1822

Contents:
Papers for family history - household management

[no title]  1262M/FH/38  1830

Contents:
Offprints of "Some Devonshire Farm Names" by Earl Fortescue from trans. of D.A. 1830

[no title]  1262M/FH/39  18th cent; nd

Contents:
18th century and 2 typescript copies of abstract of Hugh Fortescue's will, made in 1714. He died in 1719.

[no title]  1262M/FH/40  nd

Contents:
Typescript copy "Head Quarters - Western District General Orders. 28th November 1803"

[no title]  1262M/FH/41  nd

Contents:
8 volumes of notes on aspects of family history

[no title]  1262M/FH/42  ? after 1919

Contents:
Typescript of work of Lord Fortescue during 1st World War

[no title]  1262M/FH/43  c 20th century

Contents:
Notes for family history

[no title]  1262M/FH/44  nd

Contents:
Copies of inventories (5)
1669, 1674, 1676, (2), 1880

[no title]  1262M/FH/45  nd

Contents:
List of purchases of land, 1632 - 1896

[no title]  1262M/FH/46  c 20th Century

Contents:
Notes of Lieutenancy affairs, General Simcoe Army instructions; list of letters. 1799 - 1803

[no title]  1262M/FH/47  1932

Contents:
Letter from Admiralty concerning loss of Prosperine. 1799

[no title]  1262M/FH/48  c 19th cent

Contents:
Pedigree of Fortescue of Fallapit

[no title]  1262M/FH/49  nd

Contents:
Letter from Lord Fortescue about his delayed resignation, to Lord John Russell

History of the British Army  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/FH/50 - 91  nd

Contents:
43 volumes, files etc., being some of the MS drafts of J.W. Fortescue's "History of the British Army"

[no title]  1262M/FH/92  1856 - 1858

26 papers

Contents:
Letters concerning Lord Raglan

FAMILY: SETTLEMENTS AND WILLS  1262M/FS  [n.d.]

Contents:
Family Settlements, Wills and related papers

[no title]  1262M/FS/1  1450

Contents:
Marriage settlement
Maud Fortescue = Robert Corbet
(With agreement for their custody)
Premises: Manors of Little Downham, Norfolk, and King's Bromley, Staffordshire
Trustees: Sir John Fortescue, Sir Robert Corbet

[no title]  1262M/FS/2  1558

Contents:
Trust Deed
1. Richard Fortescue esq., of Filleigh.
2. Sir John Chichester, John Parker, John Hacche, Mathew Grene, esq.
Premises: Manors of Ebrington in Gloucestershire, Crosscombe and Philips Norton in Somerset, Chippenham in Wiltshire, Filleigh, Buckland Manors, also Bradbury (S. Molton), Chittlehampton, Colebrook L ? in Plympton St. Mary and Bridgerule in Cornwall

[no title]  1262M/FS/3  1580

Contents:
Copy Trust Deed
1. Hugh Fortescue of Weare Gifford.
2. Sir A. Bassett, Sir John Chichester, Robert Dillon, Thomas Hacche, Hugh Culme, George Fortescue.
Premises: Manors of Filleigh, Buckland, Bradbury, Weare Gifford, Lamerton, Holberton, lands in the above places and Molton, Plymouth, Stowford, Northlew, Croscombe (Somerset), Chippenham (Wiltshire), Ebrington (Gloucester)

[no title]  1262M/FS/4  ? 1600 - 1601

Contents:
Inquisition Post Mortem
Hugh Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FS/5  1604

(Decayed)

Contents:
Will
John Fortescue of Filleigh
Premises: lands in North Devon, etc.

[no title]  1262M/FS/6  1607

Contents:
Grant of Wardship
To Mary Fortescue of son Hugh Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FS/7  1615

Contents:
Inquisition Post Mortem
John Fortescue
Premises: Filleigh, Weare Gifford, Bradbury

[no title]  1262M/FS/8  1629

Contents:
Inquisition Post Mortem
William Trebarfoote
Premises: lands in Poundstock, Week St. Mary, Jacobstow, Stratton (Cornwall); South Tawton, Lamerton, Great Torrington, Bridgerule

[no title]  1262M/FS/9  1630

Contents:
Copy will
Edward Elston the Elder of Ashreigney

[no title]  1262M/FS/10  1632

Contents:
Copy will
William Keyte of Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FS/11  1639

Contents:
Probate of will
John Britton the elder of Weare Gifford

[no title]  1262M/FS/12  1644

Contents:
Trust Deed
1. Hugh Fortescue of Weare Gifford.
2. Hugh Trevillian, Christopher Clobery, John Rolle.
Premises: Manors of Buckland, Filleigh, Molton, lands in Horwood, Weare Gifford, Fenton

[no title]  1262M/FS/13  1644 - 1645

Contents:
Revocation of Trust (3 deeds)
Hugh Fortescue
Premises: lands in parishes of Filleigh, Buckland, Chittlehampton, Molton, Horwood, Ashwick, and Langport (Somerset), Ebrington (Gloucester)

[no title]  1262M/FS/14  1644 - 1645

Contents:
Lease for a year
1. Hugh Fortescue of Weare Gifford.
2. Valentine Rolle of Weare Gifford.
Premises: Filleigh, Buckland, Bradbury, Chittlehampton, Molton, Holberton, (? Holbeton), Combe, Horwood, Weare Gifford, Ashwick, Stoke Lane, Kilmersdon, Langport (Somerset), Ebrington (Gloucestershire)

[no title]  1262M/FS/15  1644 - 1645

Contents:
Lease for a year
1. Hugh Fortescue of Weare Gifford.
2. Christopher Yeo of Weare Gifford.
Premises: Filleigh, Lamerton, Northlew, Stowford, Kentisbury, Challacombe, Croscombe, Philips Norton, Shepton Mallet (Somerset), Chippenham, Trowbridge, Fenny Sutton, Bradford (Wiltshire), Ebrington (Glos.)

[no title]  1262M/FS/16  1644 - 1645

Contents:
Marriage settlement
1. Hugh Fortescue of Weare Giffard.
2. Sir J. Grenvile of Stowe, Thomas Monck of Potheridge, George Chudleigh of Weare Gifford, R. Rolle of Heanton, John Wollaton of Combe, Christopher Clobery, John Yeo.
Premises: Filleigh, Weare Gifford, Lamerton, Northlew, Stowford, Kentisbury, Challacombe, Croscombe, Philips Norton, Shepton Mallet (Somerset), Chippenham, Trowbridge, Fenny Sutton, Bradford (Wiltshire), Ebrington (Gloucestershire)

[no title]  1262M/FS/17  1649

Contents:
Probate of will
John Braley, alias Widlake, of Chittlehampton

[no title]  1262M/FS/18  1652, 1661

Contents:
Receipt for marriage portion
(By Theophilus, Earl of Lincoln, from John, Earl of Clare)
Lady Anne Clinton, daughter of Earl of Clare
= Edward Clinton, son and heir of Earl of Clinton
Agreement: between Sir John Monson and Theo., Earl of Lincoln to settle £120 p.a. on Countess

[no title]  1262M/FS/19  1658

Contents:
Probate and copy will
Francis Glanvile of Kilworthy

[no title]  1262M/FS/20  c.1660

Contents:
Breviate of will
Of Hugh Boscawen and of case of Edward v. Hugh Boscawen

[no title]  1262M/FS/21  1662

Contents:
Trust deed
1. Robert Fortescue of Filleigh, Earl of Bath, George Chudleigh, John Wollacombe, Christopher Clobury, John Yeo.
2. William Pincomb of Filleigh, Richard Pasco.
3. Barnard Grenvile, Arthur Northcote.
Premises: Filleigh, Weare Gifford, Lamerton, Northlew, Stowford, Kentisbury, Challacombe, Croscombe, Philips Norton, Shepton Mallet (Som.) Chippenham, Trowbridge, Fenny Sutton, Bradford (Wilts.) Ebrington (Glous.)

[no title]  1262M/FS/22  1662, 1702

(Decayed)

Contents:
Will and receipt of legacy
Amy Fortescue, wife of Hugh Fortescue of Prutteston.

[no title]  1262M/FS/23  1663

Contents:
Release in trust
1. Robert Fortescue of Filleigh and Susanna.
2. Arthur Fortescue of Bradstone, brother of Rbt.
3. Sir J. Northcote of Hain, Christopher Clobery of Bradstone, William Davie of Sandford.
Premises: Horwood, Fremington, Shepton Mallet, Compton Martin (Somerset), Wootton Bassett (Wilts.)
Marriage Articles: Arthur Fortescue and Barbara Elstone
Fine: 1. Northcote and Clobery
2. Robert Fortescue
Lands as 1262M/FS/21

[no title]  1262M/FS/24  1663

Contents:
Post-nuptial settlement
1. Robert Fortescue of Filleigh and Susanna his wife.
2. Sir John Northcote, Christopher Clobery, John Northcote.
3. Wm. Davy, Nicholas Denys, Arthur Fortescue of Bradstone.
Premises: Filleigh and Devon
Recovery: N. Denys and W. Davy to J. Northcote and C. Clobery
Lands as 1262M/FS/21

[no title]  1262M/FS/25  1664; 1667

Contents:
Copy will
John Giffard of Brightley
Copy of limitation of 1262M/FS/24, by Trustees of the will

[no title]  1262M/FS/26a  1677

Contents:
Bond
To bestow £2,000 rent according to will of Robert Fortescue
Premises: Halswell Tynte to Arthur Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FS/26b  1678

Contents:
Deed to secure jointure for Elizabeth Boate, intented wife of James Diodge of Quither, Milton Abbot
Premises: Lands in Devon

[no title]  1262M/FS/26c  1671 - 1674

(6)

Contents:
Receipts for sums of money, being the marriage portion of Grace Tynte, wife of Sir Halswell Tynte, d. of Rbt. Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FS/26d  1674

Contents:
Copy covenant to abide by agreement concerning estate of Francis Glaville

[no title]  1262M/FS/27  1679

Contents:
Settlement in trust by lease and release
1. Sir Halswell Tynte, John Northcote, Leonard Pote, John Clobery, Edward Lovett, Nicholas Dennys.
2. Arthur Fortescue of Penwarne.
Premises: Lands in Devon, Somerset, Wiltshire, Gloucs.

[no title]  1262M/FS/28  1679

Contents:
Receipt of legacy at marriage of George Horner and Elizabeth Fortescue under will of Rbt. Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FS/29a  1687

Contents:
Copy bond
Concerning will of Arthur Ackland of Bittadon

[no title]  1262M/FS/29b  1687

Contents:
Copy will
William Carr of Eatall, Northumberland

[no title]  1262M/FS/30  1691 - 1701

Contents:
Copy settlements and mortgages
Gifford family

[no title]  1262M/FS/31  1692 - 1693

Contents:
Copy will
Arthur Fortescue
Receipts of legacy under above will by John Honycomb (1693) and Walter Young (1693)

[no title]  1262M/FS/32  1692

Contents:
Declaration to uses
1. Arthur Fortescue of Penwarne.
2. Hugh Boscawen of Tregothman, John Clobery, Francis Calmady.
Premises: Filleigh, Bradbury, Weare Giffard, E. and W. Buckland, Lamerton, Holbeton, Combe, Chittlehampton, Huntshaw, Molton, Horwood, Bray, Northlew, Kentisbury, Challacombe, Ashwick, Stoke Lane, Croscombe, Shepton Mallet, Kilmersdon (Som.) Ebrington (Gloucs.)

[no title]  1262M/FS/33  1692

Contents:
Lease for year for release of inheritance
1. Arthur Fortescue of Penwarne and son Hugh Fortescue.
2. James Howe, Henry Dolton of Middlesex.
Premises: Manors of Filleigh, Bradbury, Weare Gifford, Littleweare, Lamerton, E. and W. Buckland, Wistland, Ashwick, Holcombe (Somerset), Ebrington (Gloucestershire).

[no title]  1262M/FS/34  1692 - 1727

Contents:
Marriage settlement
Hugh Fortescue = Bridget
Premises: Filleigh, Weare Gifford, E. and W. Buckland Horwood, Molton, Bray, Bradbury, Holberton, Lamerton, Northlew, Kentisbury, Ashwick, Stoke Lane, Corscombe, Kilmersdon (Somerset), Ebrington (Gloucestershire).
Resettlement release of Theophilus Fortescue to Lord Clinton, according to will of Hugh Boscawen, (1726)
Papers concerning Lord Clinton's right to title (1727)

[no title]  1262M/FS/35  1693

Contents:
Marriage settlement
1. Lady Elizabeth Pierrepont, Robert Butler, Earl of Clare.
2. Countess Dowager of Clare, Mary Holles, Ann Holles, Thomas Pelham, Lady Grace Pelham.
3. Hugh Boscawen, Henry Ashurst.

[no title]  1262M/FS/36a  1693 - 1695

Contents:
Will
Hugh Fortescue, with copy of 1695

[no title]  1262M/FS/36b  nd

Contents:
Copy marriage settlement
Steven = Melhuish.
Premises: Lands in Buckland and Brewer, Mortehoe, Great Torrington, Witheridge, Buckland and Broadwoodwidger

[no title]  1262M/FS/37  1700

Contents:
Copy Will
Thomas Clinton alias Fynes of Barnstaple

[no title]  1262M/FS/38  1702

Contents:
Copy Will
Margaret Carr of Eatall, Northumberland

[no title]  1262M/FS/39  1702

Contents:
Legacy receipt and copy under will of Peter Fortescue, by F. Turberville

[no title]  1262M/FS/40  1703

Contents:
Receipt for legacy under will of hugh Fortescue by Bridget Boscawen, with will of Bridget Boscawen. 2 agreements on will of Hugh Boscawen n.d.

[no title]  1262M/FS/41a  1704

Contents:
Settlement
Will of Hugh Boscawen in favour of Bridget and her heirs

[no title]  1262M/FS/41b  1705

Contents:
Bridget Fortescue's settlement
1. Hugh Fortescue of Filleigh and Bridget.
2. John Hacche, John Honycombe.
Premises: St. Germans, Botus Fleming (Cornwall), Poynton (Lincs.)

[no title]  1262M/FS/42  1713

Contents:
Marriage certificate and settlement
Hugh Fortescue = Lucy Aylmer
Settlement of leasehold of Manor of Ebrington (Gloucs.)

[no title]  1262M/FS/43  1714

Contents:
Draft, Will, Copy Will and Probate
Hugh Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FS/44  1714

Contents:
Appointment in Jointure
Hugh Fortescue to Lucy his second wife Weare Gifford Two releases with counterparts under will of Hugh Fortescue and one copy, 1722

[no title]  1262M/FS/45a  1717

Contents:
Trust deed and assignment of mortgage
Hugh Fortescue of Filleigh to Thomas Pitt of Old Sarum
Premises: Estate of Lord Mohun, in Devon and Cornwall (March)
Release of mortgage on trust
Parties and Premises: as 1262M/FS/45a (September)

[no title]  1262M/FS/45b  1720

Contents:
Will
Mathew Lord Aylmer of Covent Garden

[no title]  1262M/FS/46a  1723

Contents:
Assignment of Bond
1. Thomas Fortescue of St. Giles-in-the-Wood.
2. Fenwick of Westminster

[no title]  1262M/FS/46b  1725

(2)

Contents:
Will and probate
John Fortescue of Penwarne, 1711

[no title]  1262M/FS/47  1726 - 1727

Contents:
Trust Deed
1. Hugh Lord Clinton.
2. John Dowey of Clements Dane.
3. Joseph Fortescue of Buckland.
Premises: Filleigh, Bradbury, Weare Gifford, Lamerton, Buckland, Horwood, Huntsham, Chittlehampton, Molton, Bray, Holbeton, Northlew, Kentisbury, Shepton Mallet, Stoke Lane, Ashwick, Croscombe, Kilmersdon in Somerset, Ebrington and Hidcote in Gloucestershire.

[no title]  1262M/FS/48  1733

Contents:
Will and probate
Alexander Bottom, tailor of London.

[no title]  1262M/FS/49  1741

Contents:
Administration
Jane Fortescue, intestate

[no title]  1262M/FS/50  1741 - 1742

Contents:
Assignment of personal estate
1. John Fortescue, Clerkenwell, administrator for wife, Jane.
2. Allington Wyld, Aldersgate, executor of Elizabeth Bottom.

[no title]  1262M/FS/51  1745

Contents:
Probate and will
Theophilus Fortescue, Hanover Square, London

[no title]  1262M/FS/52  1745

Contents:
Will and probate
Thomas Fortescue, Droitwich, Worcs.

[no title]  1262M/FS/53  1745 - 1746

Contents:
Copy will
Lord Fortescue of Creden, Ireland

[no title]  1262M/FS/54  1746

Contents:
Letters patent
Grant of Barony of Fortescue to Lord Clinton

[no title]  1262M/FS/55  1747 - 1758

9 documents

Contents:
Assignment, draft assignments, power of Attorney accounts and papers concerning settlement of estates of Thomas Fortescue deceased by his wife Dorothy

[no title]  1262M/FS/56  1751

Contents:
Probate, codicils and office copy of will of Hugh Earl Clinton.

[no title]  1262M/FS/57a  1752

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of 3 common Recoveries
1. Matthew Fortescue, Castle Hill.
2. Joseph Lymebear, Middlesex.
3. Faithful Fortescue.
Premises: (to break the entail on) Mortehoe, Milton Abbot, Lamerton, Brentor, Tavistock, and Buckland, Sydenham, Chittlehampton, Clawton, Bishops Tawton, Pyworthy, Molton, Chulmleigh, Ashwick, Shepton Mallet, Stoke Lane, Dolting in Somerset. Jacobstow, Warbstow, Stratton, Martin, St. Stephens in Brannell, Feock, Botusfleming, St. Teath, Endellion, Michaelstow.
Also: Recovery Fortescue to S. Lymbear, Devon estates

[no title]  1262M/FS/57b  1752

(Damaged)

Contents:
Marriage settlement
Matthew Fortescue = Ann Campbell

[no title]  1262M/FS/58  1760

Contents:
Probate and will
Margaret, Baroness Clinton

[no title]  1262M/FS/59  1766

Contents:
Will
Lucy Fortescue of Ebrington
(Mainly in favour of grandsons John and Matthew Fortescue)

[no title]  1262M/FS/60  1782

Contents:
Marriage settlement
Hugh Fortescue = Hester Grenville

[no title]  1262M/FS/61  1795

Contents:
Settlement
Of estates in Ireland, Devon and Gloucestershire.
Hugh and Sophia Fortescue to Sir John Call and William Hole

[no title]  1262M/FS/62  1804

Contents:
Marriage settlement assignment and identification of trustees, with counterpart
Hester Fortescue = Peter Lord King

[no title]  1262M/FS/63  1805

Contents:
Release of executors on will of Hugh Lord Clinton
Joseph Fortescue to Earl Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FS/64  1813

Contents:
Copy will
John Prole of Georgeham made 1807

[no title]  1262M/FS/65  1814

Contents:
Marriage settlement by lease and release with assignment, counterpart and bond
Ann Fortescue = George Wilbraham

[no title]  1262M/FS/66  1820

Contents:
Copy will and probate
John Thorne, Molton, made 1805

[no title]  1262M/FS/67  1820

Contents:
Copy of Inquisition Post Mortem

[no title]  1262M/FS/68  1825

Contents:
Lease for one year
1. Charles Kemeys Tynte, Earl of Ilchester.
2. Henry Karslake.
Premises: lands under will of Hugh Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FS/69  1826

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Hugh Earl Fortescue.
2. George Fortescue.
Premises: Some Devon and Cornish estates

[no title]  1262M/FS/70  1833

Contents:
Marriage settlement
George M. Fortescue = Louisa Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FS/71  1837

Contents:
Reconveyance
1. Hugh of George M. Fortescue G.M.F.
2. Hugh Earl Fortescue.
Premises: lands in Cornwall

[no title]  1262M/FS/72  1839

Contents:
Power of Attorney
1. Lord Fortescue.
2. Viscount Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FS/73a  1842

Contents:
Bond to secure £10,000 on marriage of John Fortescue = Sophie Neville

[no title]  1262M/FS/73b  1843

Contents:
Release
To executors of will of Matthew Fortescue.
With cited deeds of release 1816 - 1843

[no title]  1262M/FS/74  1843

Contents:
Family settlement
1. Hugh Earl Fortescue.
2. Hugh Viscount Ebrington.
Premises: estates in Lincolnshire, Gloucestershire

[no title]  1262M/FS/75  1846

Contents:
Will
Hugh Earl Fortescue (made in Ireland)

[no title]  1262M/FS/76a  1847

Contents:
Probate of will
Eleanor Fortescue of Weare Gifford

[no title]  1262M/FS/76b  1858

Contents:
Appointment of revenues on Cornish estates to use of Lord Ebrington in fee.

[no title]  1262M/FS/77  1877 - 1884

Contents:
Grants (7 of life annuities on estates in Exmoor, Sydenham, Chulmleigh and Tattershall (Lincolnshire)
1. Hugh Earl Fortescue.
2. Ebrington and others

[no title]  1262M/FS/78  1886

Contents:
Suggestions and letter concerning marriage settlement of Lord Ebrington = and Miss Ormsby Gore.
Premises: settled estates in Ireland

[no title]  1262M/FS/79  1529

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
Manor of Lamerton.
Richard Fortescue = Joan Morton.
(Trustee - Sir John Fitzjames chief justice)

[no title]  1262M/FS/80  1663

(Damaged)


Related information: (See 1262M/FS/23)

Contents:
Lease for a year
Properties in Devon and Somerset.
Richard Fortescue and wife to Northcote and Davye.

[no title]  1262M/FS/81  1663

Contents:
Family settlement
Exchange of Devon and Gloucestershire estates for other estates in Devon and Somerset.
Arthur Fortescue and his trustees with Robert Fortescue.

[no title]  1262M/FS/82  1670

Contents:
Marriage settlement
Manors of Weare Giffard, Devon and Croscombe, Somerset.
Sir Halswell Tynte = Grace Fortescue.

[no title]  1262M/FS/83  1702

Contents:
Settlement
Pruttestone or Pruston (now Preston), Ermington.
John Fortescue to Hele (of Fleet) and others in trust for his wife Amy.

[no title]  1262M/FS/84  1715

Contents:
Marriage settlement
Bosowsa and Chingwith, Ladock, Cornwall. Joseph Fortescue = Joanna Gay (sister of playwright John Gay.)

[no title]  1262M/FS/85  1704

Contents:
Lease for a year
(Part settlement?)
Manor of Newnham, and property in Tavistock, Whitchurch and Bere Ferrers, Devon manors of Treore and West Langdon, Cornwall: and property in Poynton, Lincolnshire.

[no title]  1262M/FS/86  1780

Contents:
Copy will
Dormer Fortescue Aland, Lord Fortescue, Baron Credan (Ireland)

[no title]  1262M/FS/87  1843

Contents:
Release
Right to personal estate bequeathed by late Hugh Earl Fortescue in his will.
Viscount Ebrington to Earl Fortescue.

[no title]  1262M/FS/88  1858

Contents:
Settlement
Monetary interests and proceeds of sales of Cornwall and Lincolnshire estates.
Earl Fortescue and Viscount Ebrington.

[no title]  1262M/FS/89  1687

Contents:
Copy will
Roger Thorne, Satterleigh, yeoman
Dated 29 October 1686.
Proved 15 April 1687.

[no title]  1262M/FS/90  (1715)

Contents:
Copy will
John Thorne, South Molton, gent.

[no title]  1262M/FS/91  1728

Contents:
Copy will
John Thorne, Meeth, South Molton, gent.

[no title]  1262M/FS/92-93  1740

Contents:
Marriage settlement (two copies)
Meeth in parish of South Molton, Caveland in Chittlehampton.
John Thorne = Mary Berry.

[no title]  1262M/FS/94  1805

Contents:
Probate copy will
John Thorne, South Molton, gent.
Dated 10 January 1805
Proved, Barnstaple 13 November 1805.

[no title]  1262M/FS/95  1806-1820

Contents:
Papers
Thorne family.

[no title]  1262M/FS/96  1821

Contents:
Disclaimer
Renunciation of executorship of will of William Thorne. Meeth, South Molton, gent. by J. Mills.

[no title]  1262M/FS/97  1841

Contents:
Release
Legacies and bequests under will of William Thorne, deceased.
Thorne to Thorne.

[no title]  1262M/FS/98  1624

Contents:
Marriage settlement
Properties in Borough of Tavistock and in Lamerton.
Richard Edgcombe = Elizabeth Row.

[no title]  1262M/FS/99-100  1677

Contents:
Marriage settlement
Properties in Tavistock, Lamerton and Whitchurch.
Richard Rundle = Frances Edgcombe.

[no title]  1262M/FS/101  1650

Contents:
Marriage settlement
Townhouse and elsewhere, South Molton.
Christopher Squire = Gertrude Bury.

[no title]  1262M/FS/102  1699

Contents:
Partition deed
Garleford and elsewhere in Bishop's Nympton and property in South Molton, Chulmleigh, Burrington. Ashreigny and Roborough, late John Molford's. Divided among co-heiresses Northleigh, Northcote, Cunningham and Squire.

[no title]  1262M/FS/103  1728

Contents:
Copy will
John Hacche of North Aller, South Molton, Esq.

[no title]  1262M/FS/104  1767

Contents:
Copy will
William Barbor, Learvy, Dr. of physic.
Will dated 1765, codicil 1767.

[no title]  1262M/FS/105  1804

Contents:
Copy will
Thomas Amory, South Molton, gent.

[no title]  1262M/FS/106  nd

Contents:
Not used

[no title]  1262M/FS/107-108  1512

Contents:
Feoffment and trust deed
All properties of Richard Copleston in Poundstock and St. Endellion.
Cornwall.
Settling Copleston family estates.

[no title]  1262M/FS/109  1636-1637

Contents:
Copy will and codicil
Hugh Boscawen of Tregothnan, Esq.

[no title]  1262M/FS/110  1655

Contents:
Quitclaim
Rent charge from Michaelstow
Churchtown, Cornwall.
Skelton and wife to Baker.

[no title]  1262M/FS/111  1669

Contents:
Marriage settlement
Tretheage, Trewyns wartha and other properties in Stithians, Cornwall.
John Mourton = Elizabeth Willton.

[no title]  1262M/FS/112  1671

Contents:
Lease for lives
Tretheage, Stithians, Cornwall.
Mourton and wife to Hugh Boscawen.

[no title]  1262M/FS/113  1704

Contents:
Copy will
John Bond, Erth in St. Stephens by Saltash
Property in Tavistock, Devon; Northill and Menheriott. Cornwall.
Original dated 1700.

[no title]  1262M/FS/114  1700

Contents:
Copy will
Hugh Boscawen, Tregothnan.

[no title]  1262M/FS/115  1731

Contents:
Probate
Hilary Tully, St. Martin's in the Fields, Middlesex, gent.
Dated 18 August 1731.
Proved (PCC) 27 August 1731.

MISCELLANEOUS  1262M/FZ  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/FZ/1  ? 16th cent

Contents:
? Manorial descent: Filleigh.
George and Bartholomew Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FZ/2  c.1664 - 1678

Contents:
Small volume of thoughts on religious matters

[no title]  1262M/FZ/3  1715

Contents:
Book of Common Prayer

[no title]  1262M/FZ/4  1772 - 1802

Contents:
Miscellaneous letters and copies of letters of purely family and personal interest

[no title]  1262M/FZ/5  1739

Contents:
Book of Common Prayer

[no title]  1262M/FZ/6  ? 18th cent

Contents:
MS Copy of Palestrina's "Principles of Music" ? n.d.

[no title]  1262M/FZ/7  ? after 1781

Contents:
Notebook of charades etc. in verse.

[no title]  1262M/FZ/8  nd

Contents:
Fragment of parchment with ? Hebrew text

[no title]  1262M/FZ/9  1814 - 1833

Contents:
3 volumes and various papers of prayers, sermons etc.

[no title]  1262M/FZ/10  1807

Contents:
Leather bound very small almanack

[no title]  1262M/FZ/11  1816 - 1817

Contents:
Several papers of prayers by Lady (Susan) F. for her sons

[no title]  1262M/FZ/12  1819

Contents:
Schedule of deeds and trust papers sent to Earl Fortescue estates in Ireland, Devon, Somerset, Cornwall, Lincolnshire

[no title]  1262M/FZ/13  1875

Contents:
Addresses from inhabitants of South Molton and Barnstaple on Lord Ebrington's appointment as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. Address from tenants on coming of age of Lord Ebrington.

[no title]  1262M/FZ/14  1844

Contents:
Copy of North Devon Journal, containing report of speech of Lord Ebrington at protest meeting against the Bishop of Exeter

[no title]  1262M/FZ/15  1844

Contents:
Verse "written by Lady Louisa Steward on a dress" of ? for Waverley's Ball

[no title]  1262M/FZ/16  1822

Contents:
Book of Common Prayer

[no title]  1262M/FZ/17  mid 19th cent

Contents:
Volume of speech and observations on India n.d.

[no title]  1262M/FZ/18  c.19th cent

Contents:
Commonplace book - religious themes

[no title]  1262M/FZ/19  1850

Contents:
Printed report on supply of water to the metropolis by General Board of Health. Appendix 4

[no title]  1262M/FZ/20  1851 - 1874

Contents:
Ledger of daily weather conditions at Castle Hill

[no title]  1262M/FZ/21  nd

Contents:
Ledger of daily weather conditions at Castle Hill

[no title]  1262M/FZ/22  1857

Contents:
List of Earl Fortescue's plate

[no title]  1262M/FZ/23  1861

Contents:
Newspaper cuttings concerning the Fortescues and the death and funeral of Lord Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FZ/24  1874

Contents:
Part of North Devon Journal containing report of Lord Ebrington's lecture at Barnstaple on his stay in America

[no title]  1262M/FZ/25  1873 - 1874

Contents:
Hunting journal, including 1873 diary of the Riding Tour. N. Devon and Exmoor

[no title]  1262M/FZ/26  1876 - 1900

Contents:
Ledger of gratuities and subscriptions paid to schools and charities

[no title]  1262M/FZ/27  1870 - 1887

Contents:
Newspaper cuttings book, relating to home and international affairs

[no title]  1262M/FZ/28  1886

Contents:
Complete Typescript catalogue of books in all parts of Castle Hill, including maps, statutes, tracts and pamphlets etc.

[no title]  1262M/FZ/29  20th cent

Contents:
2 photographs a) Viscount Ebrington on his coming of age, also of his parents and of Castle Hill 1909
b) Lord Fortescue (? 4th Earl) 20th cent.

Set of Pamphlets, newspaper cuttings etc.  1262M/FZ/30-48  1846 - 1890

[no title]  1262M/FZ/30  1846

Contents:
"Unhealthiness of Town" by Lord Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FZ/31  1851

Contents:
"Letters to Electors of Plymouth on official Salaries

[no title]  1262M/FZ/32  1854

Contents:
Letter to Viscount Palmerton by Lord Ebrington on representative Self-Government for the Metropolis

[no title]  1262M/FZ/33  1855

Contents:
Memo. on Middle Class Education by Lord Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FZ/34  1856

Contents:
Address on the opening of the Machanics Institute at South Molton by Lord Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FZ/35  1859

2 copies

Contents:
Address to the Electors of Marylebone by Lord Ebrington on Parliamentary Reform

[no title]  1262M/FZ/36  1873

Contents:
Printed correspondence and memorial to the Bishop of Exeter by Lord Fortescue on Auricular Confession etc.

[no title]  1262M/FZ/37  after 1875

Contents:
Sanitary conditions of the North Devon unions - report ? offprint

[no title]  1262M/FZ/38  1877

Contents:
Address to the section of statistics and Economic Science of the British Association by Lord Fortescue, president

[no title]  1262M/FZ/39  1880

Contents:
Address by Lord Fortescue to the Sanitary Congress, Exeter

[no title]  1262M/FZ/40  1880

Contents:
Public School for the middle classes by Lord Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FZ/41  1884

2 copies

Contents:
"Our next leap in the Dark, with postcript on the Corrupt Practices Bill" by Lord Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FZ/42  1885

Contents:
The Duty of Liberal Churchmen - a letter from Lord Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FZ/43  1886

Contents:
State and Rate paid Education by Earl Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FZ/44  1886

Contents:
Address by Lord Fortescue to the locals - Irish Question

[no title]  1262M/FZ/45  1889

Contents:
Small Allotments and Cottage Homes - by Lord Fortescue - Cobden Club

[no title]  1262M/FZ/46  1888

Contents:
Allotments - address by Lord Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FZ/47  1888

Contents:
Imperium in Imperio by Lord Fortescue - on Local Government Act

[no title]  1262M/FZ/48  1890

Contents:
Public Schools for the Middle Classes Reprinted

[no title]  1262M/FZ/49  c. 1891

Contents:
Book Plates of Emily and Hugh Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FZ/50  c. 19th cent

Contents:
Mutilated correspondence - bits and pieces kept for their autographs

[no title]  1262M/FZ/51  1897 - 1912

Contents:
Game journal and list of game sent away, Exmoor

[no title]  1262M/FZ/52  ? late 19th cent

Contents:
Note of family reminiscences of past generations n.d.

[no title]  1262M/FZ/53  nd

Contents:
Photographic portrait of a boy, and a lock of hair

[no title]  1262M/FZ/54  c.19th cent

Contents:
Family photographs and sketches n.d.

[no title]  1262M/FZ/55  c.19th cent

Contents:
Address from inhabitants of South Molton to Lord Fortescue on Lord Ebrington's political achievements n.d.

[no title]  1262M/FZ/56  1903

Contents:
Agreement for employment of A. Allen as Motor Car Driver to Lord Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FZ/57  1905

Contents:
Proofs of "Yeomanry in 1805" by Colonel Viscount Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FZ/58  1937

Contents:
Letter concerning Lady Fortescue's cups won at Bideford Horse Show

[no title]  1262M/FZ/59  nd

Contents:
Card index to books

[no title]  1262M/FZ/60  nd

Contents:
"Tabula Hineraria of Peutin Geriana printed

[no title]  1262M/FZ/61  nd

Contents:
Typescript of account of the Mesopotamia Campaigns

[no title]  1262M/FZ/62  nd

(Much decayed and fragile)

Contents:
Genealogical trees

[no title]  1262M/FZ/63  nd

Contents:
Odd papers concerning games and miscellaneous information of purely personal interest

[no title]  1262M/FZ/64  nd

Contents:
Architectural drawing; sketches

Family: Correspondence and Personal and Household Papers  1262M/FC  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/FC/1  1664 - 1701

Contents:
54 Boscawen family letters

[no title]  1262M/FC/2  1607 - 1683

Contents:
Account book and diary, farming including household inventories, 1607 - ca 1628 mainly of linen, pewter, tin, plate etc. Boscawen.

[no title]  1262M/FC/3  1670 - 1690

22 papers

Contents:
Letters to Hugh Boscawen at Truro, mainly from Robert Clinton

[no title]  1262M/FC/4  1689 - 1693

53 papers on original file

Contents:
Personal bills and receipts
Bridget Boscawen/Fortescue.

[no title]  1262M/FC/5  1676 - 1697

Contents:
13 letters to Hugh Boscawen, M.P. mainly from Hugh and Bridget Fortescue, 1693-7; 7 letters to Hugh Boscawen, 1676 - 1687

[no title]  1262M/FC/6  ca 1650

Contents:
3 recipe books of cures for various illnesses.

[no title]  1262M/FC/7  1655 - 1702

Contents:
40 recipes for healing King's evil, Bridget Fortescue. Bundle of bills for medicaments

[no title]  1262M/FC/8  1668 - 1687

Contents:
200 recipes - mainly concerned with ague, plague, ricketts, gout and worms.
Boscawen.

[no title]  1262M/FC/9  1701, 1705 - 1708

33 papers

Contents:
Letters from Bridget Fortescue to her husband in London, and one from him to her.

[no title]  1262M/FC/10  1707 - 1708

Contents:
2 letters to Hugh Fortescue from Jenkinson about his wife's health.

[no title]  1262M/FC/11  1698 - 1705

27 papers

Contents:
Anthony Leamans accounts for receipts and disbursements.
Bridget Fortescue.

[no title]  1262M/FC/12  1680 - 1697

50 papers

Contents:
Personal bills and memoranda, mainly of Hugh Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/13  1693

77 papers

Contents:
Household bills and receipts

[no title]  1262M/FC/14  1691 - 2, 1695 - 6, 1699 - 10

23 papers

Contents:
Personal and household accounts

[no title]  1262M/FC/15a  1704-1708

Contents:
Personal bills and receipts

[no title]  1262M/FC/15b  1698-1705

Contents:
Vouchers for personal bills to S. Morton and others

[no title]  1262M/FC/16  1657-1687

Contents:
4 bills and receipts, 3 letters

[no title]  1262M/FC/17  1681-1693

Contents:
7 family letters of H. Tyntz, son-in-law of Robert Fortescue of Filleigh

[no title]  1262M/FC/18  1694-1707

Contents:
Household, personal and general accounts and bills, (81 papers, one original file and some in bound sheets)
Bridget Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/19  1697-1709

Contents:
6 letters from Ja. Howe to Hugh Fortescue M.P. 1697 - 98, and four other letters, 1702 - 1709

[no title]  1262M/FC/20  1699-1705

23 papers

Contents:
Butchers bills, Filleigh

[no title]  1262M/FC/21  1717-1768

Contents:
2 papers of serge patterns, n.d.; promise to pay £195, Fortescue, 1717; receipt, Clinton, 1728;
9 receipts Thomas Fortescue, 1744;
4 receipts, Castle Hill, 1747;
household account, 1764;
household account, 1768

[no title]  1262M/FC/22  1750-1794

Contents:
6 family letters miscellaneous

[no title]  1262M/FC/23  1762-1782

Contents:
22 receipts of Anne Fortescue for sums of money received from Hilliard

[no title]  1262M/FC/24  1764-1796

Contents:
16 Draper's bills of Lord Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/25  1766-1796

Contents:
45 Apothecary's bills for Lord Fortescue and family

[no title]  1262M/FC/26  1767-1798

Contents:
44 Tailor's bills for Matthew Fortescue and family, (1 from London)

[no title]  1262M/FC/27  1772-1798

Contents:
13 cobbler's bills for Earl Fortescue and family

[no title]  1262M/FC/28  1775-1789

Contents:
12 letters (personal) of Lord Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/29  1777-1785

Contents:
113 letters, William Walker to Agent at Castle Hill, concerning household supplies

[no title]  1262M/FC/30a  1809-1816

39 papers

Contents:
Correspondence between Colonel Damer and Lord Fortescue about the war

[no title]  1262M/FC/30b  1809

Contents:
Letter from Lord Ebrington to his father about the war in the Peninsula.

[no title]  1262M/FC/31  1791-1877

Contents:
18 letters of Countess Fortescue, 1791-1861, and household papers, invitations etc. 1809-77; 51 miscellaneous family letters

[no title]  1262M/FC/32  1817

Contents:
6 letters of congratulation on the marriage of Lord Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/33  1804-1824

128 papers

Contents:
Household accounts, inventories and bills

[no title]  1262M/FC/34  1816-1849

Contents:
1 bread and meal book 1847-49;
17 wheat mill bills for flour 1816-17;
8 Tradesman's bills 1818-22;
17 Bills for game 1826-27

[no title]  1262M/FC/35  1818-1821

15 papers

Contents:
Household accounts

[no title]  1262M/FC/36  1812-1815

26 papers

Contents:
Hunting accounts, Lord Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/37  1827-1875

10 papers

Contents:
Letters (? collected for family history) with descriptions of Africa, and copies of earlier letters

[no title]  1262M/FC/37/1  July 10 1827

Contents:
Copy of ms of his father, on his mother's illness

[no title]  1262M/FC/37/2  June 29 1837

Contents:
Receipt of Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/37/3  Mar. 27 1839

Contents:
Privy Councillors' fees

[no title]  1262M/FC/37/4  Oct. 18 1854

Contents:
To Fortescue, From unknown
(Recollection of old friends)

[no title]  1262M/FC/37/5  June 28 1858

Contents:
To Fortescue, From Frances Harrowby
(Thanks for gift of a book)

[no title]  1262M/FC/37/6  May 15 1861

Contents:
To Fortescue, From Lord John Russell
(Death of Russell's Father)

[no title]  1262M/FC/37/7  June 4 1875

Contents:
To Fortescue, From Ebrington
(On Fortescue's borough appointments)

[no title]  1262M/FC/37/8  Nov. 22 (??)

Contents:
To Lady Ebrington, From unknown

[no title]  1262M/FC/37/9  undated

Contents:
To Lady Ebrington, From unknown
(Personal)

[no title]  1262M/FC/37/10  undated

Contents:
Extracts on African visit of "proserpine"

[no title]  1262M/FC/38  1829-1836

Contents:
Letters of Lord Fortescue to Ebrington 1829-36 (6 papers); to Ebrington at Harrow 1832 (20 papers)

[no title]  1262M/FC/38/1  April 18 1829

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Fortescue
(Personal)

[no title]  1262M/FC/38/2  Aug. 15 1831

Contents:
To Ebrington at Harrow, From Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/38/3  Oct. 27 1831

Contents:
To Ebrington at Harrow, From Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/38/4  Oct. 29 1831

Contents:
To Ebrington at Harrow, From Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/38/5  Nov. 3 1831

Contents:
To Ebrington at Harrow, From Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/38/6  Nov. 22 1831

Contents:
To Ebrington at Harrow, From Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/38/7  Nov. 26 1831

Contents:
To Ebrington at Harrow, From Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/38/8  Mar. 24 1832

Contents:
To Ebrington at Harrow, From Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/38/9  Oct. 28 1832

Contents:
To Ebrington at Harrow, From Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/38/10  Nov. 13 1832

Contents:
To Ebrington at Harrow, From Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/38/11  Nov. 24 1832

Contents:
To Ebrington at Harrow, From Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/38/12  Feb. 18 1833

Contents:
To Ebrington at Harrow, From Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/38/13  Mar. 6 1833

Contents:
To Ebrington at Harrow, From Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/38/14  May 18 1837

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Fortescue
(Congratulations on entry to VI form)

[no title]  1262M/FC/38/15  Aug. 22 1833

Contents:
To Ebrington at Harrow, From Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/38/16  Apr. 25 1834

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/38/17  Sept. 12 1834

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Fortescue
(Discussing a trip to Europe)

[no title]  1262M/FC/38/18  Mar. 5 1836

Contents:
To "Johny", From Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/38/19  Oct. 2 1836

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/38/20  Oct. 11 1836

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/38/21  (undated, but posted 13/7/1831)

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Fortescue
(Telling of a visitor)

[no title]  1262M/FC/38/22  (undated, but posted 20/4/1830)

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/38/23  (undated, but posted 6/2/1834)

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Fortescue
(On donation of a book to library)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39  1815-1837

Contents:
Letters connected with Lady Susan Ryder (Lady Ebrington) or Lady Harrowby her mother (100 papers) 1815-25; 13 typed copies of Harrowby letters 1825-37

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/1  12 Feb. 1815

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington
(Showing concern at her illness)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/2  12 July 1815

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/3  29 Nov. 1815

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/4  24 Jan. 1816

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/5  4 July 1817

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/6  5 July 1817

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Lady Harrowby

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/7  26 July 1817

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/8  12 Sept. 1817

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/9  14 Oct. 1817

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/10  15 Oct. 1817

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/11  16 Oct. 1817

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/12  Mar. 1818

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/13  20 Mar. 1818

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/14  26 May 1818

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/15  26 June 1818

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder
(Deals with election)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/16  26 June 1818

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/17  29 June 1818

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder
(Deals with election)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/18  15 July 1818

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder
(Deals with election)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/19  18 July 1818

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder
(Post-election.)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/20  July 1818

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/21  26 July 1818

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Lady Harrowby
(from continent)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/22  24 July 1818

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Lady Harrowby
(continental travels)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/23  July 28 1818

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Lady Harrowby
(from continent)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/24  Aug 3 1818

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Lady Harrowby
(from continent)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/25  5 Aug. 1818

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Lady Harrowby
(from continent)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/26  Aug 13 1818

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/27  Aug 14 1818

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Lady Harrowby
(from continent)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/28  Aug 16 1818

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/29  Aug 19 1818

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Lady Harrowby
(from continent)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/30  Aug 24 1818

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Lady Harrowby
(from continent)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/31  Aug 28 1818

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Lady Harrowby
(from continent)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/32  Aug 31 1818

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Lady Harrowby
(from continent)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/33  Sept. 9 1818

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Lady Harrowby
(from continent)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/34  Sept. 16 1818

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Lady Harrowby
(from continent)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/35  Sept. 23 1818

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Lady Harrowby
(from continent)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/36  Sept. 27 1818

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Lady Harrowby
(from continent)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/37  Oct. 3 1818

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Lady Harrowby
(from continent)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/38  Nov 1 1818

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Lady Harrowby
(from continent)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/39  nd

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Lady Harrowby
(from continent)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/40  10 Mar. 1819

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/41  Mar 8 1819

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/42  Sept. 3 1819

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington
(Re-Wilberforce and Peterloo Massacre)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/43  Mar. 9 1820

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Lady Harrowby

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/44  Apr. 3 1820

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/45  Apr. 11 1820

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/46  July 3 1820

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/47  July 4 1870

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/48  Aug. 6 1870

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/49  Feb. 1821

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/50  Apr. 14 1821

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Count Pahlens
(On his future visit from Russia)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/51  July 20 1821

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/52  Sept. 4 1821

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/53  Sept. 11 1821

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/54  Aug. 4 1822

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/55a  Aug. 19 1822

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/55  July 7 1823

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Dawn (?)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/56  July 24 1823

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/57  July 27 1823

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/58  July 27 1823

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/59  27 July 1823

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/60  28 July 1823

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/61  29 July 1823

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/62  31 July 1823

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/63  31 July 1823

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/64  July 1823

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/65  Aug. 2 1823

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/66  Aug. 2 1823

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/67  Aug. 3 1823

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/68  Aug. 6 1823

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/69  Aug. 7 1823

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/70  Aug. 8 1823

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/71  Aug. 9 1823

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/72  Aug. 9 1823

(Fragment)

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/73  Sept. 12 1825

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/74  Dec. 1 1825

Contents:
To Susan Ryder, From Heythrop College
(Comfort on her illness)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/75  nd

Contents:
To not known, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/76  undated

Contents:
Copy of "Le Lac" by Lamartine

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/77  Aug. 25 1825

Contents:
To Lady Stuart-Wortly, From Harrowby

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/78  Nov. 3 1835

Contents:
To Lady Harrowby, From Ralph Sneyd
(Personal)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/79  Aug. 24 1837

Contents:
To Lady Stuart Wortley, From Lady Harrowby
(On a visit to Dartmouth)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/80  Aug. 29 1837

Contents:
To Lady Stuart Wortley, From Lady Harrowby
(From Boconnoc)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/81  Sept. 2 1837

Contents:
To Lady Stuart Wortley, From Lady Harrowby
(From Boconnoc)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/82  Sept. 5 1837

Contents:
To Lady Stuart Wortley, From Lady Harrowby
(From Boconnoc)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/83  Sept. 9 1837

Contents:
To Lady Stuart Wortley, From Lady Harrowby
(From Boconnoc)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/84  Sept. 14 1837

Contents:
To Lady Stuart Wortley, From Lady Harrowby
(From Boconnoc. Records opposition to Poor Laws)

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/85  Sept. 16 1837

Contents:
To Lady Stuart Wortley, From Lady Harrowby

[no title]  1262M/FC/39/86  Sept. 24 1837

Contents:
To Lady Stuart Wortley, From Lady Harrowby

[no title]  1262M/FC/40  1823

Contents:
Letters from Lady Susan to Lord Ebrington about illness of son Hugh

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/1  July 15 1823

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/2  July 16 1823

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/3  July 17 1823

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder
(in Waterford)
(Recording illness of their eldest child in Bognor)

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/4  July 17 1823

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/5  July 18 1823

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/6  July 20 1823

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder
(Alarm at child's illness)

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/7  July 21 1823

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder
(Happiness at son stating to recover)

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/8  July 22 1823

(Part only)

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/9  July 23 1823

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/10  July 24 1823

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder
(Doctor says son recovering)

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/11  July 25 1823

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/12  July 26 1823

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Wilbraham (?)
(Note, From a friend over child's illness)

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/13  July 28 1823

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder
(Child's pulse is still high)

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/15  July 29 1823

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/16  July 30 1823

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/17  July 31 1823

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/18  Aug. 1 1823

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder
(Fever still there but child recovering)

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/19  Aug. 3 1823

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/20  Aug. 4 1823

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/21  Aug. 5 1823

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/22  Aug. 6 1823

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/23  Aug. 7 1823

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder
(Son now recovered)

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/24  Aug. 7 1823

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Son, Hugh

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/25  Aug. 8 1823

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/26  nd

(Fragment)

Contents:
To Ebrington from Susan Ryder
Various postmarks

[no title]  1262M/FC/40/27  No date

Contents:
To Ebrington from Susan Ryder
(possibly 24/7/1823)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41  1827

C. 40 papers

Contents:
Letters about death of Susan, Lady Ebrington; Account of death of Lady Ebrington; Letters from Lord Ebrington to his mother about his wife's illness and death

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/1  July 8th to 29th 1827

Contents:
Notes of Ebrington relating to death and illness of his wife, including her last wishes

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/1a  July 9 1827

Contents:
Notes of Ebrington relating to illness of his wife

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/2  July 11 1827

Contents:
To Lady Harrowby, From Lady Susan Ryder
(On her illness)

[no title or date]  1262M/FC/41/3

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Lady Harrowby July 11 1827
(On Lady Ryder's illness, having been sent news by Mr G.M. Fortescue) July 11 1827

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/4  July 16 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Eleanor Fortescue
(Family matters)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/5  July 19 1827

Contents:
To Lady Harrowby, From Lady Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/6  July 2 1827

Contents:
To Lady Harrowby, From Lady Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/7  July 23 1827

Contents:
To Lady Harrowby, From Lady Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/8  July 24 1827

Contents:
To Lady Harrowby, From Lady Susan Ryder

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/9  July 25 1827

Contents:
To G.M. Fortescue, From Lady Harrowby
(On Ebrington being resigned to his wife's death)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/10  July 25 1827

Contents:
To Countess Fortescue, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/11  July 25 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From G.M. Fortescue
(Sympathy at wife's death)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/12  July 26 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Lady Harrowby
(Letter of sympathy)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/13  July 28 1827

Contents:
To George Fortescue, From Lady Harrowby
(As to funeral arrangements)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/14  July 30 1827

Contents:
To George Fortescue (?), From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/15  July 30 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From T.A. Stone
(Autopsy and letter on Viscountess Ebrington)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/16  Aug. 1 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Lady Harrowby
(Thanks for his comfort)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/17  Aug. 1 1827

Contents:
To Countess Fortescue, From Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/18  Aug. 2 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Duke of Buckingham
(Comforting letter)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/19  Aug. 5 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Lady Willbraham
(Comforting letter)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/20  Aug. 7 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From T.A. Stone
(On Lady Susan's illness)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/21  Aug. 9 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Lady Williams
(Comforting letter)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/22  Aug. 10 1827

Contents:
To Lord Fortescue (his father), From Ebrington)
(Family details and report of death of Lord Canning)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/23  Aug. 11 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Lady Harrowby
(Thanks for his comfort)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/24  Aug. 12 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Rev. W.M. Stavell
(Comforts and recollections)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/25  Aug. 12 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Lady Catherine Fellowes
(Expressing sadness)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/26  Aug. 13 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From G.M. Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/27  Aug. 16 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Lady Harrowby
(Comforting him)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/28  Aug. 20 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Lady King
(Expressing comfort)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/29  Aug. 22 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From unknown
(Expressing comfort)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/30  Aug. 26 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Lady M.H. Wiliams

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/31  Aug. 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Lady Courtenay (Elizabeth Fortescue)
(Thanks for letter of Lady Susan's given by Ebrington)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/32  Aug. 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Rev. J. Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/33  Aug. 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Rev. J. Fortescue
(Expressing consolation)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/34  Aug. 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Lady M.H. Wiliams

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/35  Aug. 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Eleanor Fortescue
(Expressing comfort)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/36  Aug. 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Lady Grantman
(Thanks for gifts + consolation)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/37  Aug. 1827

Contents:
To George Fortescue, From Lady Harrowby

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/38  Aug. 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From unknown
(Letter of consolation)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/39  Sept. 8 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Rev. J. Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/40  Sept. 9 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From "Fanny"
(Letter of consolation)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/41  Sept. 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Eleanor Fortescue
(On christening of infant)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/42  Sept. 1827

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Eleanor Fortescue
(Continued consolation)

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/43  Sept. 1822

Contents:
To Ebrington from H. Fortescue
(Consolations [Ebrington's father])

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/44  nd

Contents:
Diary entrances of Ebrington from Friday 13th no month/year given

[no title]  1262M/FC/41/45  Undated

Contents:
Prayer, of Lady Harrowby

[no title]  1262M/FC/42  1841-1842

Contents:
Letters from Alvanley while travelling in Europe
Continental travels of Alvarey writing to Mrs G. Dames. + Miss B. Dames

[no title]  1262M/FC/42/1  Jan. 18 1839

4 sides

Contents:
From Marseilles

[no title]  1262M/FC/42/2  July 23 1839

8 sides

Contents:
From Palermo

[no title]  1262M/FC/42/3  Nov. 6 1839

2 sides

Contents:
From Constantinople

[no title]  1262M/FC/42/4  Mar. 12 (1840??)

6 sides

Contents:
From Karnac

[no title]  1262M/FC/42/5  April 4 1840

8 sides

Contents:
From Jerusalem

[no title]  1262M/FC/42/6  April 29 1840

16 sides

Contents:
From Jerusalem

[no title]  1262M/FC/42/7  June 6 1840

(Fragment only)

Contents:
From Alexandria

[no title]  1262M/FC/42/8  June 9 1840

16 sides

Contents:
From Beirut

[no title]  1262M/FC/42/9  July 19/31 1842

11 sides

Contents:
From Moscow

[no title]  1262M/FC/42/10  Aug. 18-28 1842

18 sides

Contents:
On the Volga

[no title]  1262M/FC/42/11  Sept. 29-Oct. 6 1842

43 sides

Contents:
Near Cacausians

[no title]  1262M/FC/42/12  Nov. 27-Dec. 9 1842

13 sides

Contents:
On the Crimean Coast

[no title]  1262M/FC/42/13  Feb. 25 1906

Contents:
Rejection of publishing by Messrs Macmillan to Lord Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/43  1852, 1866 and 1895

Contents:
Letters on family affairs and bereavements

[no title]  1262M/FC/43/1  Nov. 2 1848

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Claude Buller
(On Mrs Dames' death)

[no title]  1262M/FC/43/2  July 1 1852

Contents:
To Ebrington, From unknown
(An election writ)

[no title]  1262M/FC/43/3  Jan. 26 1854

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Lord Palmerston
(Sorry at not having seen him)

[no title]  1262M/FC/43/4  Aug. 24 1855

Contents:
To Ebrington, From unknown
(Thanks for letters)

[no title]  1262M/FC/43/5  Dec. 8 1855

Contents:
To Ebrington, From His father
(Personal details and mention of vote in the House of Lords)

[no title]  1262M/FC/43/6  Dec. 11 1855

Contents:
To Ebrington, From His father
(Personal details, including mention of a "party")

[no title]  1262M/FC/43/7  Sept. 27 1861

Contents:
To Fortescue, From Lord Palmerston
(On loss of his father)

[no title]  1262M/FC/43/8  Sept. 3 1863

Contents:
To Fortescue, From Lord Somerset
(Advice sought for words in unveiling of statue)

[no title]  1262M/FC/43/9  Sept. 11 1863

Contents:
To Lady Fortescue, From unknown

[no title]  1262M/FC/43/10  Jan. 1 1866

Contents:
To Fortescue, From G. Seymour

[no title]  1262M/FC/43/11  Dec. 10 1866

Contents:
To Fortescue, From Aunt Agnes and Uncle
(Sadness on death of his wife)

[no title]  1262M/FC/43/12  Dec. 10 1866

Contents:
To Blanches Dames, From G. Seymour
(Letter of sympathy)

[no title]  1262M/FC/43/13  Dec. 11 1866

Contents:
To Fortescue, From Lady Devon
(Offering support and appreciation of his late wife)

[no title]  1262M/FC/43/14  Dec. 12 1866

Contents:
To Fortescue, From Rev. Vaughan, Vicar of Doncaster
(Offering sympathy)

[no title]  1262M/FC/43/15  Dec. 12 1866

Contents:
To Fortescue, From bp London (A.C. Tait)
(Offering sympathy)

[no title]  1262M/FC/43/16  Dec. 13 1866

Contents:
To Fortescue, From Lady Melton
(Offering sympathy)

[no title]  1262M/FC/43/17  Dec. 17 1866

Contents:
To Fortescue, From abp Longley of Canterbury
(Offering sympathy)

[no title]  1262M/FC/43/18  Dec. 1866

Contents:
To Fortescue, From Uncle
(Offering sympathy)

[no title]  1262M/FC/43/19  Mar. 21 1894

Contents:
To Fortescue, From unknown
Promises future visit)

[no title]  1262M/FC/43/20  Oct. 3 1895

Contents:
To Fortescue, From Frederick Temple, bp of London
(Grief at sons' illness)

[no title]  1262M/FC/43/21  Oct. 6 1895

Contents:
To Fortescue, From Lord Halifax
(Expressing sympathy)

[no title]  1262M/FC/43/22  Oct. 8 1895

Contents:
To Fortescue, From Agnes Halifax
(Expressing sympathy)

[no title]  1262M/FC/43/23  Sept. 19 No year

Contents:
To Fortescue, From Agnes Halifax
(On family bereavement)

[no title]  1262M/FC/44  1846-1849

16 papers

Contents:
Household and gerneral accounts and papers

[no title]  1262M/FC/44/1  Dec. 14 1844

2 papers

Contents:
Valuation of fencing required around estates

[no title]  1262M/FC/44/2  April 28 1845

Contents:
Letter from J. Watt of Port Penhryn including - Price List of slate chimneys
- Price List of patent slate slabs + particulars
- Price List of patent slate ridges and hips

[no title]  1262M/FC/44/3  June 1845

Contents:
Advertisement for Milner + Sons' fire resisting safes and boxes

[no title]  1262M/FC/44/4  Sept. 18 1845

Contents:
Receipt of purchases

[no title]  1262M/FC/44/5  June 25 1846

Contents:
Price List of Old Delabole Slate Quarries, nr. Camelford

[no title]  1262M/FC/44/6  June 30 1846

Contents:
Fortescue account for wire fences

[no title]  1262M/FC/44/7  Oct. 2 1846

2 papers

Contents:
Price details Messrs Ruxham + Brown

[no title]  1262M/FC/44/8  Oct. 17 1846

Contents:
Weighing details, re-roofing

[no title]  1262M/FC/44/9  26 Oct. 1846

Contents:
To Mr Brewer, From Messrs Arten
(Unloading of cargoes)

[no title]  1262M/FC/44/10  Nov. 14 1846

Contents:
To Mr Brewer, From Mr Mills
(Re-sale of Patented Invention)

[no title]  1262M/FC/44/11  Jan. 1847

Contents:
Price list for J. Dearth
Looking Glass + Picture Framer

[no title]  1262M/FC/44/12  Jan. 25 1847

Contents:
Price list of Old Delabole Slate Quarries

[no title]  1262M/FC/44/13  Aug. 8 1847

Contents:
Price list of Huxhams and Brown, Engineers of Exeter

[no title]  1262M/FC/44/14  Feb. 1849

Contents:
Price reduction of G. Insole and Son, Coal Merchants of Cardiff

[no title]  1262M/FC/44/15  Undated

Contents:
Ink Component Receipts

[no title]  1262M/FC/44/16  Undated

Contents:
Price List Daveys Patent slate ridges + hips, Old Delabole Slate Quarries

[no title]  1262M/FC/45  1861

Contents:
Letters from friends on death of second Earl

[no title]  1262M/FC/45/1  Sept. 14 1861

Contents:
To Lady Ebrington, From unknown
(On death of Lord Fortescue)

[no title]  1262M/FC/45/2  Sept. 1861

Contents:
To Fortescue, From unknown

[no title]  1262M/FC/45/3  Sept. 16 1861

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Romilly
(On death of Lord Fortescue)

[no title]  1262M/FC/45/4  Sept. 17 1861

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Trevor Whelan
(On death of Lord Fortescue)

[no title]  1262M/FC/45/5  Sept. 17 1861

Contents:
To Ebrington, From G. Drewe
(On death of Lord Fortescue)

[no title]  1262M/FC/45/6  Sept. 17 1801

Contents:
To Minny
(On death of Lord Fortescue)

[no title]  1262M/FC/45/7  Sept. 18 1861

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Lord Carnarvon
(On death of Lord Fortescue)

[no title]  1262M/FC/45/8  Sept. 18 1861

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Michael Bruce
(On death of Lord Fortescue)

[no title]  1262M/FC/45/9  Sept. 18 1861

Contents:
To Lord Devon, From Lord Clarendon
(On death of Lord Fortescue)

[no title]  1262M/FC/45/10  Sept. 18 1861

2 pages

Contents:
To Ebrington from Lord Lansdowne
(On death of Lord Fortescue)

[no title]  1262M/FC/45/11  Sept. 20 1861

Contents:
To Lord Devon, From Duckworth
(On death of Lord Fortescue)

[no title]  1262M/FC/45/12  Sept. 26 1861

Contents:
To Lord Ebrington, From C. Wescall, Editor of 'Exeter Gazette'
(Glad to hear favourable reception of their obituary of Lord Fortescue)

[no title or date]  1262M/FC/45/13

Contents:
To Ebrington, From T. Latimer Sept. 27 1861
"Western Times"
Office in Exeter Sept. 27 1861
(On favourable reception of their obituary of Lord Fortescue)

[no title]  1262M/FC/45/14  Sept. 27 1861

Contents:
To Ebrington, From Devon Co. Lunatic Asylum
(Exminster)
(Concerning his father)

[no title]  1262M/FC/46  1903

Contents:
3 letters from J.W. Fortescue to Earl Fortescue from New Zealand; review of 3rd volume of History of the British Army by J.W. Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/46/1  Apr. 18 1889

Contents:
To Ebrington in New Zealand, From J.W. Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/46/2  Apr. 20 1889

Contents:
To Ebrington in New Zealand, From J.W. Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/46/3  Feb. 5 1890

Contents:
To Ebrington in New Zealand, From J.W. Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/46/4  Feb. 21 1903

Contents:
Macmillan and Co press cutting from 'Army and Navy Gazette' of book of military history by J.W. Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/46/5  Feb. 24 1807

Contents:
Macmillan and Co press cutting from the 'Daily Mail' of book of military history by J.W. Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/47  1880-1920

250 papers

Contents:
Letters of Charles George Fortescue to father, brothers and others, from India, Burma, Gold Coast, South Africa and Europe

[no title]  1262M/FC/48  1900-1902, 1915

Contents:
Letters to Susan Fortescue from Charles G.

[no title]  1262M/FC/49  1881-1929

Contents:
Selected letters from Countess Fortescue and extracts from her diaries

[no title]  1262M/FC/50  1886-1911

Contents:
Letters on personal matters, including congratulations on marriage of Mary and Hugh Fortescue 1895

[no title]  1262M/FC/51  1884-1894

26 papers

Contents:
Letters of and about Arthur Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/52  1867-1902

C. 50 papers

Contents:
General family correspondence

[no title]  1262M/FC/53a  1872-1900

11 papers

Contents:
Letters of W.G.D. Fortescue to father 1881-84

[no title or date]  1262M/FC/53b

45 papers

Contents:
S.G. Fortescue to father 1872-1900

[no title]  1262M/FC/54  1895-1901

65 papers

Contents:
Letters of and about L.H.D. Fortescue from India, Nova Scotia and South Africa; also private diary 1879

[no title]  1262M/FC/55  1867-1905

Contents:
Letters of and about Lord Ebrington to Lord Fortescue from Harrow, Cambridge, U.S.A., India and Far East and some on local political matters

[no title]  1262M/FC/56  1898-1928

Contents:
Letters of Countess (S.) Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/57  1905

Contents:
Letters, obituaries and notes on death of 3rd earl and about disposal of property

[no title]  1262M/FC/58  1900-1934

Contents:
Seymour Fortescue to his father, Naples 1902; parties of paintings insured 1902; Morning Post obituary of L.H.D. Fortescue 1900; 2 letters from J.W.F. to Lord Ebrington 1931; 1 letter E. Fortescue Grange to Fortescue concerning fire at Castle Hill 1934

[no title]  1262M/FC/59  1900-1932

Contents:
Miscellaneous letters mainly from charities and in receipt of small personal gifts, including:
a) 8 of condolence on son of Geoffrey 1900;
b) 3 samples of forms for institutions in Somerset, Devon and Cornwall;
c) letter in Italian - Manzoni 1904;
d) loose leaf diary and lecture note-book

[no title]  1262M/FC/60  1914-1919

Contents:
95 letters to Lord Fortescue from friends posted with army in Egypt, Paris, England 1914-19;
6 letters in acknowledgement of Lord Ebrington's aid in legal suits of property 1918

[no title]  1262M/FC/61  1914-1919

100 papers

Contents:
Letters from Hugh Fortescue to father posted in France and including 4 telegrams from Viscountess Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FC/62a  1915-1919

65 papers

Contents:
J. Fortescue to father 1916 - 18

[no title or date]  1262M/FC/62b

32 papers

Contents:
Den. Fortescue to father 1915-16, from Alexandria, Cambridge and army posts

[no title or date]  1262M/FC/62c

30 papers

Contents:
Den. Fortescue to father 1918-19

General and Political Correspondence  1262M/FC/63-182  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/FC/63  1696-1717

Contents:
15 letters from J. Fortescue, Lord Stamford, R. Usticke, N. Hooper, C. Parminter, J. Tucker, J. Buller, T. Browne, W. Clobery, W. Arnold, T. Pitt, concerning Lieutenancy, military and political matters etc.

[no title]  1262M/FC/64  1741-1751

Contents:
19 letters and papers from R. Incledon, J. Evelyn. J. Fortescue, J. Strafford, J. Gibson, Bourchier Wrey, W. Lyttelton, Mary Perkings, W. Courtenay, W. Foss concerning political matters and particularly corn prices and exports and imports

[no title]  1262M/FC/65  ?first half 18th cent

Contents:
11 undated letters and wrappings from J. Howe, W. Clobery, T. Jenkinson, on miscellaneous matters

[no title]  1262M/FC/66  1787

Contents:
Letter from William Pitt on Lieutenancy of Devon

[no title]  1262M/FC/67  1792

Contents:
Letter from G(renville) to Fortescue concerning poor and certain legal matters

[no title]  1262M/FC/68  1793

Contents:
Letter from J. Gray to Ebrington at Eton; Hester Chatham to Lord Fortescue on birth of a son

[no title]  1262M/FC/69  1798

Contents:
11 letters and copies from H. Davie, Duke of Bedford, H. Dundas (drafts of replies)

[no title]  1262M/FC/70  1799

Contents:
2 letters, M. Banks, G(renville) (expedition to Holland)

[no title]  1262M/FC/71  (1800)

Contents:
Letter from (? Lord Bray [...] th) from Billingbear

[no title]  1262M/FC/72  1801

Contents:
Letter from G(renville) to Fortescue on Catholic emancipation; 9 letters Lord Portland to Lord Fortescue on keeping the peace in the county.

[no title]  1262M/FC/73  1805

Contents:
Letters from Lord S. Vincent on naval affairs; Lord Melville on political matters 2 drafts

[no title]  1262M/FC/74a  1807

Contents:
Letter, Reginald Heber introducing Prince Esterhazy (?1807); also letter from G(renville) on Catholics;
From W.B. (Lord Bulkely); draft letter of Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/74b  1808

Contents:
Letter from Grenville on general political situation

[no title]  1262M/FC/74c  1814,1816, 1860

Contents:
Correspondence between 2nd Lord Fortescue and Admiral Lord Dundonald relating to his trial in 1814, and subsequently in 1816 and 1860 (17)

[no title]  1262M/FC/75  1817

Contents:
13 letters and drafts from Vassall Holland, S. Ebrington, Lord Grey, Mr. Ord, Grenville, - Buckingham, on local politics

[no title]  1262M/FC/76  1818

Contents:
4 letters, 2 from Lord Glastonbury, 2 from Vassall Holland; personal. 2 elections

[no title]  1262M/FC/77  1819

Contents:
Vassall Holland to Ebrington on political matters

[no title]  1262M/FC/78  1820

Contents:
Letter from Mackintosh, drafts and copies on constitutional subjects, 6 papers, including notes on speech of Queen Caroline

[no title]  1262M/FC/79  1821

Contents:
8 letters Lady Derby, Lord Lansdowne and including 3 letters from abroad - 2 French, 1 Italian, concerning Napoleon, and personal matters

[no title]  1262M/FC/80  1823

Contents:
Letter from Duke of Wellington about candidate for Woolwich Academy;
From Sir R. Peel about a Pardon; from (?Lady) Holland on Napoleon's opinion

[no title]  1262M/FC/81  1824

Contents:
5 letters and parts of letters, from Grenville, (?Lady) Derby, King, and others, on miscellaneous subjects

[no title]  1262M/FC/82  1825

Contents:
2 letters, from Ponsonby to Lady Ebrington; from Lord Lansdowne to Lord Ebrington about Ireland

[no title]  1262M/FC/83  1827

Contents:
7 letters and drafts from and to Duke of Bedford one from Princess Lieven, 2 from Lady Holland

[no title]  1262M/FC/84  1828

Contents:
4 letters, 1 and draft:
a) from Catholic Association of Ireland and reply;
b) from Ponsonby;
c) from G(renville) on George III's illness

[no title]  1262M/FC/85  1829

Contents:
2 letters:
a) from Vassall Holland on religious affairs;
b) from Duchess of Kent

[no title]  1262M/FC/86  1830

Contents:
14 letters and drafts from Vassall Holland, Lord Duncannon, Lord J.L. Russell, Duke of Bedford, Thorpe and others, on political subjects

[no title]  1262M/FC/87  1831

Contents:
4 letters from Thorpe;
1 letter from Lord Grey;
2 letters from Lord Milton and others

[no title]  1262M/FC/88  1832

Contents:
6 letters from Lord Brougham (?1827);
5 letters from Bulteel; from Buller, W. Lyle
Pearce, Thorpe, King, Collier, Vicary, Pring, Cary

[no title]  1262M/FC/89  1833

Contents:
Letters and drafts:
2 from Lord Grey, 1 to Lord Grey;
2 from Thomas Grenville;
also from J. Graham, Durham, Angelsy, Lyttleton, Abercromby, Duncannon, Stanley, Thorpe;
2 from Lord John Russell

[no title]  1262M/FC/90  1834

Contents:
3 letters from Lord Grey - 2 copies;
2 letters from Sutherland and others;
3 letters from W. Lyttleton
also from Nugent, Brougham, J. Scott;
draft reply to Rev. J. Booker;
political matters

[no title]  1262M/FC/91  1835

Contents:
9 letters and drafts from Lord Melbourne, W. Did, G. ?Williardson, Sir J. Russell, Howitk, J. Newport; political matters. To Lord Ebrington

[no title]  1262M/FC/92  1836

Contents:
8 letters to Lord Ebrington, mainly concerning his speech; from French, Brougham, and others;
4 from Vassall Holland

[no title]  1262M/FC/93  1837

Contents:
25 letters Caroline Vaughan to Lord Ebrington later Lord Fortescue 1837 - 97; Letters to Lord Fortescue from Vassall Holland, Lord John Russell, Gottenham, Macaulay; 3 from Stanley, with replyl 2 from Spencer; 2 from W. Abercromby
Mainly political and reform subjects.

[no title]  1262M/FC/94  nd and 1838-41

Contents:
Letters and copies to Lord Fortescue from Lord Holland, Normanby, Charles Grenville, Spencer, Duncannon, R.C. Brodie;
2 copies of letters of Lord Fortescue to O'Connell and ? (9 papers);
concerning death of Lady Harrowby, reform matters;
Also 24 letters to and from Lord Melbourne, 1838-41

[no title]  1262M/FC/95  1839

Contents:
45 letters from Lord Napier 1839-97, including 4 letters from Lady Napier, 1899, after the death of Lord Napier;
4 letters from Lord Melbourne 1839 - 41 on political matters; 2 letters from D. O'Connell;
also from Duncannon, Duchess of Kent and Lord Lansdowne

[no title]  1262M/FC/96  1840

Contents:
2 letters from F. Baring
1 letter from Lord Palmerston;
1 letter from Lord Holland;
1 letter from Daniel O'Connell;
1 letter from Archbishop of Dublin;
1 letter from Bishop of Armagh;
1 letter from Lord Angelsey;
1 letter from ?King of Hanover;
Fortescue to ? Wilson

[no title]  1262M/FC/97  1841

Contents:
5 letters from Lyttleton; also from Lord Hohn Russell, E. Blakeney, J. Graham, Lord Hill, T. Arnold, Lord Cottenham including a printed notice from East India Company

[no title]  1262M/FC/98  1842

Contents:
8 letters from Lord Palmerston 1842-65; also letters from Archbishop of Dublin (2)
Lord Lansdowne, Bishop of Rippon, T.O. Acland

[no title]  1262M/FC/99  1843

Contents:
Letters from Denis Le Merchant, Napier Senior, Lord Clanricard, E.N. Hoare, Lord Mahon; also two draft letters

[no title]  1262M/FC/100  1844

Contents:
4 letters from Lord Dunfermling;
2 letters from C.I. Vaughan; also from Le Marchant, Lord Glenelg, Lord Mahon, Harry Verney

[no title]  1262M/FC/101  1845

Contents:
5 letters from Duke of Bedford; also from E. Campbell, Napier Senior, Lord Clarendon; also one from ? Fortescue to father

[no title]  1262M/FC/102  1846

Contents:
2 letters from Lord J. Russell; also from C.I. Vaughan
Lord Dunfermlin, Lord Alvanley, Lord Radnor, ?Rutherford, T.F. Kennedy; 3 letters from Prince Albert

[no title]  1262M/FC/103  1847

Contents:
3 letters from Sir E. Grey; also from Lord J. Russell, and 3 letters from Mary, Duchess of Cambridge

[no title]  1262M/FC/104  1848

Contents:
Letters from J. Parke, Prince Albert, draft note from ?C. Buller

[no title]  1262M/FC/105  1849

Contents:
2 letters from Lord Dumfermlin;
2 letters from Bishop of London; also from C.B. Phipps, Prince Albert, T. Whiler, Lord Clarendon, ? N.I. Mill

[no title]  1262M/FC/106  1850

Contents:
6 letters from More O'Ferrell;
Letter from Ruggiero Settoro with draft letter to him (all concerned with Malta); 2 letters from Gladstone; also from Lord Clarendon, Grenville Berkely, Lord Truro, A. Holland, H.G. Ward, Duke of Wellington, Lord J. Russell, Prince Albert

[no title]  1262M/FC/107  1851

Contents:
Letters from Duke of Newcastle, Lord Lansdowne, from Duke of Leinster with draft letter to the same, 2 letters from Lord Clarendon; also from Chichester Fortescue, Palmerston; and 2 others

[no title]  1262M/FC/108  1852

Contents:
Letters from War Office, Sir G. Grey concerning Volunteers, Lord Clarendon, 2 from Lord John Russell, 7 from Duke of Bedford, 4 from Lord Palmerston; and 2 others

[no title]  1262M/FC/109  1853

Contents:
1 letter from War Office;
2 letters from Lord Palmerston;
Also from Lord Cranworth, Duke of Bedford, T. Boyse, R.W. Grey

[no title]  1262M/FC/110  1854

Contents:
2 letters from B. Brodie;
6 letters from F.O. Ward; also from Lord Stanley, War Office (militia), W.O. Christie, James Graham, 4 from Henry Brougham, 2 from Bishop Philpotts, 3 from Lord Palmerston

[no title]  1262M/FC/111  1855

Contents:
Letters from Duke of Bedford, Lord Palmerston, Lord Stanley, G. Grey;
3 from Lord John Russell; also from G. Graham, F.W. Knight, ? Ellice

[no title]  1262M/FC/112  1856

Contents:
27 letters from C.T.D. Acland 1856-92;
1 from Lord Hertford, Duke of Cambridge, 3 from Lord Dunfermling, 1 from Rowland Hill, B.C. Brodie, D.Dundas, ? Ellice

[no title]  1262M/FC/113  1857

Contents:
Memorial address to Lord Palmerston with draft, and letters from I.H. Gurney, Lord Eversley, Lord Shaftesbury, Charles Vaughan, Lord John Russell; also letters from Duke of Bedford, Lord Lansdowne, copy of letter from Lord Dunfermling

[no title]  1262M/FC/114  1858

Contents:
1 from Prince Albert, Lord Clarendon, Lord Granville, 5 from Duke of Bedford

[no title]  1262M/FC/115  1859

Contents:
2 letters from Duke of Bedford, 3 from Admiral Seymour, 1 from Lord de Grey, Lord Palmerston, Lord C Campbell, J. Herbert, Lord Lansdowne, Sir G. Lewis, N.W. Senior, Duchess of Sutherland and two others

[no title]  1262M/FC/116  1860

Contents:
2 letters from T.B. Macaulay, 1 from Le Marchant, from ?M.E (1840 and 1841)

[no title]  1262M/FC/117  1861

Contents:
Letters from D. Dundas, Miss Carwithen, Lady Biddulph, Duchess of Sutherland, Leone Levi, F. Ward, 2 from Le Marchant, 2 from Duke of Somerset, C.B. Phipps and another

[no title or date]  1262M/FC/118

Contents:
Letters from Duke of Bedford, Sir R. Peel and another

[no title]  1262M/FC/119  1864

Contents:
Letters from the Duchess of Cambridge, Bishop of Lincoln, Harriet Martineau, Bishop of Oxford 1864
Duke of Somerset, Sir H. Stocks

[no title]  1262M/FC/120  1865

Contents:
Letters from H. Brand, Lord Cranworth, account of Palmerston's funeral

[no title]  1262M/FC/121  1866

Contents:
Letters from Lord Russell, 2 from Prince of Teck

[no title]  1262M/FC/122  1867

Contents:
2 letters from W. Burn, 1 from Lord Grosvenor, Lord Grey, Lord Clarendon, Adam Badeau, Richard Owen, G. Gilbert Scott, and Vander Weyer

[no title]  1262M/FC/123  1868

Contents:
Correspondence with and concerning Lord Cairns, 15 papers and newspaper cuttings; letters from Lord Granville, Thomas Hughs, Frank Buckland, Duke of Cleveland.

[no title]  1262M/FC/124  1869

Contents:
Letters from Gladstone, 3 from Lord Carnarvon, 1 from Lord J. Russell, Lord Grey, Sir R. Temple, 2 from A.B. Hope

[no title]  1262M/FC/125  1870

Contents:
2 letters from Westcott, 1 from Childes, Sir G. Airey and 3 others

[no title]  1262M/FC/126  1871

Contents:
5 letters from Bishop of Exeter with circular to parishioners of Barnstaple; 8 letters from Lord Halifax 1871 - 1884; 2 letters from J.E. Boehm; 1 from W. Monsell, Bishop of Lincoln, E.H. Winton Duchess of Buckleugh, Lord Kimberly, Lord Lyons, and letter from 'G'

[no title]  1262M/FC/127  1872

Contents:
Letters from the Editor of Punch, Sir Hamilton Seymour, Sir W.S. Maxwell, the Duke of Bedford, G.F. Watts and 2 others

[no title]  1262M/FC/128  1873

Contents:
6 letters from Duke of Bedford, 4 from Dean Stanley 1 from Lord Kimberley, Duke of Devonshire, Bishop of Oxford, Bishop of Norwich, Archbishop of Canterbury, Sir Stafford Northcote, Lord Sandhurst, 1 from Liddell, and 3 others

[no title]  1262M/FC/129  1874

Contents:
4 letters from Duke of Bedford, 1 from Bishop of Exeter, Bishop of Lincoln, Archbishop of York, Sir G. Grey, Sir W. Smith, Lady Lilford, Baines and 2 others

[no title]  1262M/FC/130  1875

Contents:
7 letters from Duke of Bedford, 1 from Duke of Richmond, Duke of Cambridge, E. Bouverie

[no title]  1262M/FC/131  1876

Contents:
Letters to Fortescue from Lord Granville, Lord Albemarle, Duke of Devonshire, Trevelyan re: Lord Macaulay, Duke of Cambridge; with draft replies to Granville and Duke of Cambridge

[no title]  1262M/FC/132  1877

Contents:
Letters to Fortescue from Lord Albemarle, Lord Hertford, S. Morley, J.L. Motley of Long Bredy, Dorset

[no title]  1262M/FC/133  1878

Contents:
Letters to Fortescue from William Gladstone of Hawarden (3), with draft replies, John Manners, Duke of Cambridge, General Codrington from Italy

[no title]  1262M/FC/134  1879

Contents:
3 letters from Bishop of Exeter, with 2 draft replies, 1 from Mary Adelaide, Lord F. Somerset

[no title]  1262M/FC/135  1880

Contents:
2 letters from Lord Fitzwilliam, 2 from Lord Shaftesbury, 1 from Bence Jones

[no title]  1262M/FC/136  1881

Contents:
1 letter from Bence Jones, A.B. Hope, J.E. Boehm, Duke of Bedford, E.P. Bouverie, C. Vaughan, Lord John Russell, and two others

[no title]  1262M/FC/137  1882

Contents:
1 letter from Duke of Bedford, Duke of Somerset, Lord Portsmouth, Dr. Richardson, Land Corporation of Ireland

[no title]  1262M/FC/138  1883

Contents:
1 letter from Bishop of Lincoln, Lord Shaftesbury, Alcester, B. Seymour, J.R. Lowell

[no title]  1262M/FC/139  1884

Contents:
1 letter from A. Hope, Lord Ripon, Lord Coleridge, Richard Owen, S. Morley, Bishop of Lincoln, Archbishop of Canterbury, 2 from Lord Bramwell; scheme for formation of 6 new cathedral chapters (torn)

[no title]  1262M/FC/140  1885

Contents:
1 letter from Graham Bower, Lord Grey, Matthew Arnold, Lowell

[no title]  1262M/FC/141  1886

Contents:
2 letters from Richard Owen, 1 from Duke of Bedford, Leon Say, J. Morley, ?Lord Northington

[no title]  1262M/FC/142  1887

Contents:
3 letters from Lord Clermont, with copy of assignment of family paintings, 1 from Mary Biddulph, Lord Salisbury, Edward Thring

[no title]  1262M/FC/143  1888

Contents:
1 letter from J. Chamberlain, C. Cleveland, Lord John Manners

[no title]  1262M/FC/144  1889

Contents:
3 letters from J. Chamberlain, 1 from Duke of Bedford, Rev. C.H. Springer, Sir W. Smith

[no title]  1262M/FC/145  1890

Contents:
1 letter from Lord Minto, Lord Halifax

[no title]  1262M/FC/146  1891

Contents:
2 from Jesse Collings, Lord Portsmouth ?Goschen, 1 from T.H. Farrer and another

[no title]  1262M/FC/147  1892

Contents:
1 letter from Sir M. Hicks - Beach, Mary Adelaide, Sir J.F. Burgoyne

[no title]  1262M/FC/148  1893

Contents:
1 letter from Duke of Argyll, Sir W. Harcourt

[no title]  1262M/FC/149  1894

Contents:
1 letter from A.S. ?Writley, Sir M. Hicks-Beach, C. Vaughan, Duke of Devonshire

[no title]  1262M/FC/150  1895

Contents:
1 letter from Lord Lansdowne, H. Ford, Adjutant Generals Office, Horse-Guards

[no title]  1262M/FC/151  1896

Contents:
1 letter from Lord Salisbury, Bishop of Hereford

[no title]  1262M/FC/152  1898

Contents:
1 letter from Duke of Argyll, J.F. Thrower

[no title]  1262M/FC/153  1899

Contents:
1 letter from H. Ford, H. Keppell, Duke of Rutland, and another; 8 letters from W.J. Edmunds (Chancellor of Diocese of Exeter

[no title]  1262M/FC/154  1900

Contents:
1 letter from Lord Stair, Ilfrom Lord Londonderry, and from Dr. G.B. Longstaff about spelling and prononciation of Mortehoe

[no title]  1262M/FC/155  1901

Contents:
1 letter from F.L. Brereton, 2 from Archbishop of Canterbury

[no title]  1262M/FC/156  1902

Contents:
Letter and card from A.H.D. Acland, 1 from Redvers Buller, Archbishop of Canterbury, H. Brereton

[no title]  1262M/FC/157  1903

Contents:
1 letter from W.J. Edmunds, Bishop of Exeter, Sir E. Seymour, Mrs. B.B. Temple, 2 from Lord Wemyss, 2 from Duke of Rutland, 1 from M. Christie about the London Library

[no title]  1262M/FC/158  1904

Contents:
2 letters and photograph from Duke of Rutland, 2 from Octavia Hill, 1 from Redvers Buller, Lord Selborne, Lord Norton, and a draft

[no title]  1262M/FC/159  1905

Contents:
4 letters from Princess Helena, 1 from Lord Stanley (G.P.O.), Sir A. Bowlly, Agnes Western (Royal Sailor's Rest, Portsmouth)

[no title]  1262M/FC/160  1906

Contents:
1 letter from Lord Loreburn (Lord Chancellor), Bishop of Exeter, Sir E. Ward (War Office) Whiteland Reid, Theodore Roosevelt

[no title]  1262M/FC/161  1908

Contents:
1 letter from Lord Coleridge (magistrates)

[no title]  1262M/FC/162  1909

Contents:
1 letter from Sir. J. ?French (Inspector General of the Forces)

[no title]  1262M/FC/163  1911

Contents:
1 letter from Lord Loreburn, Lord Coleridge (magistrates)

[no title]  1262M/FC/164  1912

Contents:
1 letter from Bishop of St. Asaph, 2 from Lord Haildane, 1 from Mr. J. Lowther (the Speaker), Lord Lansdowne (Lords Lieutenants and the Central Land Association)

[no title]  1262M/FC/165  1913

Contents:
1 letter from Lord Roberts

[no title]  1262M/FC/166  1914

Contents:
1 letter from Princess Mary, Alexander of Teck

[no title]  1262M/FC/167  1915

Contents:
3 letters from Archbishop of Canterbury, 1 from ?Lord Wester Wemyss

[no title]  1262M/FC/168  1916

Contents:
29 letters and papers concerning the retirement of Bishop Robertson of Exeter and other diocesan matters, 1 from Lord Lascelles, Lord Derby (War Office), Lord Stamfordham

[no title]  1262M/FC/169  1917

Contents:
1 letter from Lord Mount Edgcumbe, and another

[no title]  1262M/FC/170  1918

Contents:
1 letter from Princess Victoria, Sir Arthur Stanley, General Smuts, Lloyd George

[no title]  1262M/FC/171  1920

Contents:
1 letter from Princess Mary, Sir L. Bols, General Nivelle

[no title]  1262M/FC/172  1921

Contents:
1 letter from Sir H. Newbolt, Admiral ?Dayly, Maharaja Regent of Jodhpur, Princess Mary

[no title]  1262M/FC/173  1922

Contents:
2 letters from W. Peacock, (Duchy of Cornwall Office) with early copy and modern typescript of letter from George Granville to Earl of Bath, in Flanders 1711; 1 from Lord Rawlinson (Commander in Chief India), Admiral Fanshawe

[no title]  1262M/FC/174  1923

Contents:
Photographs of Queen Mary 1913 - 1923, Christmas Card from Lord Rawlinson, 1 letter from Albert Duke of York

[no title]  1262M/FC/175  1926

Contents:
2 letters from Bishop of Manchester, 1 from General Nivelle, Lord Reading

[no title]  1262M/FC/176  1927

Contents:
1 letter from Archbishop of Canterbury

[no title]  1262M/FC/177  1928

Contents:
1 letter from Field-Marshall Birdwood (Commander in Chief India), Lord Buckmaster

[no title]  1262M/FC/178  1931

Contents:
1 letter from Prince of Wales (Duchy of Cornwall), Stanley Baldwin

[no title]  1262M/FC/179  1932

Contents:
1 letter from Ramsey Macdonald

[no title]  1262M/FC/180  nd

Contents:
Bundle of 57 undated letters including 1 from Archbishop Benson, Henry Brougham, Sir Redvers Buller, Lord Cochrane, Lord Castlereagh, Lord Lansdowne, Lord Portsmouth, G.M. Trevelyan, Caroline Fox, J.L. Motley

[no title]  1262M/FC/181  19th-20th cents

Contents:
Bundle of lists and catalogues of family letters

[no title]  1262M/FC/182  nd

Contents:
List of "Letters worth preserving"

Journals and Diaries  1262M/FD  [n.d.]

Contents:
1262M/FD/9-17 Diaries. 10 volumes
1262M/FD/21 Hugh, 2nd Earl Fortescue (1783-1861) of Castle Hill, Filleigh
Very brief daily entries of personal, social and political activities while in Devon, London, Ireland and on the continent (for his continental travels see the more detailed journals 1262M/FD/7)
1262M/FD/3-8 Travel journals. 9 volumes
1262M/FD/19-20, 22 Hugh, 2nd Earl Fortescue
(1783-1861) of Castle Hill, Filleigh
Detailed daily entries in narrative style of travels in Wales, Spain, Portugal, Tangier, Sardinia, Sicily, Malta, France, Elba, Italy and Switzerland 1808-1815; in Belgium, Germany, Prussia, Italy and Greece 1842-1843; and in France and Italy 1849-1850

[no title]  1262M/FD/1  1776 - 1785

Contents:
Personal memoranda

[no title]  1262M/FD/2  1777

Contents:
Diary of a Journey in Switzerland
? by Hugh 1st Earl Fortescue. (from Lord or 1262M/FD/55,56)

Travel journals of Hugh Fortescue  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  1262M/FD/3  1808 - 1809

Contents:
Travel journal of the 2nd Lord Fortescue in Spain and Portugal

[no title]  1262M/FD/4  1808 - 1810

Contents:
Travel journal of the 2nd Lord Fortescue in Spain, Tangier, Sardinia, Sicily

[no title]  1262M/FD/5  1808

Conditions of access: (Missing on 24.4.84.)

Contents:
Diary of tour in Wales

[no title]  1262M/FD/6  1810

Contents:
Travel journal of 2nd Lord Fortescue in Sicily 15th March - 9th April

[no title]  1262M/FD/7  1810

Contents:
Travel journal of 2nd Lord Fortescue in Sicily and Malta 15th April - 24th May

[no title]  1262M/FD/8  1810

Contents:
Duplication of travel journal above; 15th March - 9th April, 15th April - 2nd May

[no title]  1262M/FD/9-17  1811 - 1861

Contents:
9 diaries of Lord Fortescue (Hugh, 2nd Earl Fortescue)
1811 - 1818, 1818 - 1823, 1824 - 1830, 1831 - 1834, 1835 - 1838, 1839 - 1844, 1845 - 1851, 1852 - 1859, 1860 - 1861.

Diary of travels in North America  1262M/FD/18  1874

Contents:
Travel journal. 1 volume
John William Fortescue (1859-?) of Castle Hill, Filleigh, later B.A. Cantab. and Major Royal in North Devon Cavalry
Detailed daily entries of travels in the U.S.A. (with observations on the differences between life in America and in England) and of his social and sporting activities back at home in Castle Hill.

[no title]  1262M/FD/19  1814 - 1815

Contents:
Travel journal of 2nd Lord Fortescue in France, Elba, and Italy

[no title]  1262M/FD/20  1815, 1842; 1849 - 1850

Contents:
? Copy of 2nd Lord Fortescue's travel journal in Switzerland and Belgium, France, Italy.

[no title]  1262M/FD/21  1819 - 1826

Contents:
Diary of dinners of Hugh Fortescue

[no title]  1262M/FD/22  1842 - 1843

Contents:
Travel journal of the 2nd Lord Fortescue in Prussia, Italy and Greece

Travel journals. 5 volumes  1262M/FD/23-27  1843 - 1851

Contents:
John William Fortescue (1819-1859) of Castle Hill, Filleigh, Lieutenant-Colonel of the East Devon Militia and M.P.
Detailed daily entries of travels in Austria, Palestine, Egypt, Greece, Italy, Ceylon, India, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Portugal

[no title]  1262M/FD/23  1843 - 1844

Contents:
John Fortescue's travel journal of Austria, Egypt, Greece and Italy

[no title]  1262M/FD/24  1844 - 1846

Contents:
John Fortescue's travel journal in Ceylon and India

[no title]  1262M/FD/25  1844 - 1846

Contents:
John Fortescue's travel journal in Ceylon and India

[no title]  1262M/FD/26  1848

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John Fortescue's travel journal in Denmark, Sweden and Norway

[no title]  1262M/FD/27  1851

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John Fortescue's travel journal in Portugal

[no title]  1262M/FD/28  1859

Contents:
Diary. 1 volume
Personal diary of Lady Ebrington
Lady Georgiana Augusta Charlotte Caroline Fortescue (d. 1866), wife of Hugh, 3rd Earl Fortescue
Brief daily entries of family and social activities whilst staying in Madeira

[no title]  1262M/FD/29-53  1875 - 1932; 1875 - 1900

Contents:
Personal diaries, of ? the 3rd Lord Ebrington
1875 - 1876, 1876 - 1877, 1877 - 1880, 1881 - 1889, 1889, 1889 - 1890, 1891 - 1892, 1892 - 1894, 1894 - 1896, 1896 - 1898, 1898 - 1900, 1900 - 1902, 1902 - 1904, 1904 - 1906, 1906 - 1909, 1909 - 1911, 1912 - 1913, 1914 - 1916, 1916 - 1918, 1918 - 1921, 1921 - 1922, 1922 - 1924, 1925 - 1928, 1929 - 1931, 1931 - 1932.
Diaries. 10 volumes
John Seymour Fortescue (b. 1856) of Castle Hill, Filleigh, Captain R.N. equerry in waiting to the King and naval A.D.C. to Lord Roberts
Detailed daily entries of his activities at home and abroad including his travels in India, Australia, New Zealand, China, U.S.A., S. Africa and Germany

[no title]  1262M/FD/54  1903

Contents:
Journal of a visit by J.W. Fortescue to Peninsular Battlefields

[no title]  1262M/FD/55  1772

Contents:
Journal by Hugh, 1st Earl Fortescue of a tour in central France including Besancon, Dijon, Lyons.

Loose pages of travel journals by (Hugh, 1st Earl Fortescue  1262M/FD/56  [n.d.]

[no title]  1262M/FD/56/1  nd

3 sheets

Contents:
W. Switzerland

[no title]  1262M/FD/56/2  nd

2 sheets

Contents:
Italy including Florence and Capua

[no title]  1262M/FD/56/3  nd

3 sheets

Contents:
Ireland visiting Fortescue estates

[no title]  1262M/FD/56/4  nd

3 sheets

Contents:
Ireland visiting Fortescue estates

[no title]  1262M/FD/56/5  1806

3 sheets

Contents:
Bridgwater to Carlisle

[no title]  1262M/FD/56/6  1826

Contents:
S. Wales and Midlands

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