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Reference 69
Covering dates 13th/14th Centuries - 1955
Held by Plymouth and West Devon Record Office
Extent 18 Sub-sub fonds
Creators Pleydell estate, Devon; Morley estate, Devon

Contents:
Pleydell Estate Papers
Wills and settlements
Leases
England: Dorset
Middlesex
Somerset
Ireland
Legal case papers
Estate management
Estate bundles - Ireland
Estate bundles - England
Accounts
Mineral exploitation
Agent's papers
Public Undertakings
Plans
Family and personal papers
Miscellaneous
Morley Estate Papers
Manorial records
Hundred of Coleridge
Title deeds
Devon manors
Cornwall manors
Lincolnshire manors
Somerset manors
Devon parishes
Cornwall parishes
Devon and Cornwall parishes
Somerset parishes
Lancaster, Duchy of
Multiple properties
Unidentified
Wills and settlements
Leases
Devon manors
Somerset manors
Devon parishes
Middlesex: non-manorial
Somerset: non-manorial
Legal case papers
Estate management
Schedules of documents
Estate bundles
Surveys and valuations
Tenancies
Accounts
Sale and purchase of properties
Mineral exploitation
Plym Fishery and Oysterage
Cattewater Harbour
Hundred of Coleridge
Public undertakings
Laira Bridge
Roads
Railways
Ferrys
Boundaries
Farms
Tithe Administartion
Maps, Plans and drawings
Major estate improvements
Blaxton Embankment
Chelson Embankment
Household records
Business Records
Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Company
Family and personal papers
Printed and pictorial material
Miscellaneous
One box of material, mainly deeds, too fragile to be listed.
Conveyance dated 26 June 1589 between 1) Charles Grylls of Colehanger, gent., and 2) Nicholas Wyll of Plympton St Mary, husbandman and Agnes his wife
Letters Patent, dated 1590/1
Grant, dated 1601/2 1) John Woode 2) [?] re Lands in Plympton St Mary
Licence of Alienation dated 20 July 1616 between 1) Sir Edmund Seymour, knight, and Baronet 2) Edmund Parker
Exemplification dated 17 January 1620 re Woodhall, Exbourne, Devon
Final Concord dated 1631. 1) William Crickford 2) [?] Tomlyns, gent, and Ursula, his wife, and Mary [Trelawney], widow
Lease dated 1633 between 1) Edmund Parker and 2) Roger Bluett the younger
Grant dated 30 October 1661 between 1) Julyan Hole and 2) Christopher Lethbridge re lands in North Tawton
Deed of Redemption dated 1663 between 1) Christopher Lethbridge and 2) John Hole re lands at Halse, North Tawton
Bargain and Sale dated 9 May 1664 between 1) Daniel and Joan Watts and 2) Henry Clarke re lands in Plympton St Mary
Release dated 3 February 1668/9 between 1) Sir Edward Hungerford and Giles Hungerford, 2) Simon Hele and 3) William Elford re Merafield and Blaxton, Plympton St Mary
Letters Patent, Charles II
Copy of court roll, 1693
Late 17th cent Quietus. Properties in Devon
Lease and Release dated 3 August 1774 between 1) Robert Paddington and 2) Edward Luscombe re tenement in Underwood, Plympton St Mary
Mortgage for £3000 dated 19 July 1777 between 1) John Parker and 2) Sir Joshua Reynolds re houses in Sackville Street, Middx
Lease and Release dated 27 January 1785/6 between Edward Luscombe and William [?] re lands in Plympton St Mary
Grant dated 29 January 1820 between 1) Benjamin Rowe and 2) Lord Morley
Fragment of deed



Pleydell Estate Papers  [no ref. or date]

LEGAL CASE PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

Carewe v Seyntclere  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
The following was a case of debt brought by Henry Carewe, gent. of London collector of dues on the Staple against John Seyntclere esquire, of Tudwell

[no title]  69/M/5/1  29 December 1571

Contents:
Copy letter of attorney from Henry Carewe to his brother Thomas Carewe esquire, of Hackombe instructing him to collect the debt

[no title]  69/M/5/2  12 November 1576

Contents:
Copy writ to the Sheriff of Devon instructing him to seize the lands and property of John Seyntclere in Devon - including property in Kennerleigh, Kingsteignton, Hemyock, Clyst Hydon and East Budleigh

Halwell Church Dispute  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/5/3  11 January 1615/6

Contents:
Summons to appear before the Bishop at Exeter

[no title]  69/M/5/4  5 February 1616

Contents:
Licence issued by the Bishop William of Exeter to Mr Larkington of Holwell giving him leave to pull down the seats erected by Mr Parnell in the north aisle of the church at Holwell, and put up his own seats in the places where they formerly stood.
Enclosed is an account of Mr Larkington's attempt to erect his seat on 15 February

[no title]  69/M/5/5  [1616]

Contents:
Dr Swyfte's objections and Mr Lackyngton's answers re the latter's construction of a seat in Holwill Church, and pulling down of Mr Parnell's seat

[no title]  69/M/5/6  [1616]

Contents:
Opinion of Henry Marten re whether John Larkington could be described as a parishioner of Halliwell

[no title]  69/M/5/7  19 May 1616

Contents:
Memorandum of William Bishop of Exeter. Granting of 1616 licence to Mr Lackington of Halwell to erect his seat in the north aisle of the parish church of Halwell which had been pulled down by Mr Slanning, churchwarden, by the direction of John Parnell and others.

Exmoor Tithe Disputes  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
The following were a series of cases brought by farmers of Crown Tithes on Exmoor against local landowners and clergy for evasion of payment/payment to other private individuals. The disputes can be around the Crown's rights to exact tithes in the area - that is the parishes of North Molton, Twitchen, High Bray, Challacombe and Molland in Devon and the parishes of Hawkridge, Withypool, Exford, Oare and Porlock in Somerset. The cases were heard in the Court of Exchequer

Cottington v Courtney, Tomlyn et al  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/5/8  1634

Contents:
The answers of Peter Courtney gent., dependant to a bill of complaint of George Cottington esquire, Farmer of Crown Tithes on Exmoor concerning non-payment of tithes

[no title]  69/M/5/9  1637

Contents:
Appointment of Commissioners for the settling of the tithe disputes; Certificate of the Commission; Order of Court in the case Cottington v Courtney Tomlyn et al

[no title]  69/M/5/10  1653/4

Contents:
Decree in the case Cottington v Courtney, Tomlyn et al

Mills v Parker, Arundel et al  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/5/11  [c1650]

Contents:
Interrogatories to be asked by the Attorney General in the case of Martha Mills widow (Farmer of Crown tithes on Exmoor) v Edmund Parker esquire, Nathaniel Arundel and others concerning non-payment of tithes

[no title]  69/M/5/12  [c1650]

Contents:
Interrogatories as above with list of persons to whom the questions were asked]. Incomplete

[no title]  69/M/5/13  1651-1652

Contents:
Abstract of title of the Crown to Exmoor. Including account of rights and dues attached to the land and some estimations of value

Crown v Gibson, Moore and Seely  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/5/14  [c1653]

Contents:
Bill of Complaint served by the Crown against Peter Gibson - vicar of Goodley, William Moore - vicar of Stoke Rivers and Edward Seely - Vicar of Saterly and Warkerly concerning ownership of tithe

[no title]  69/M/5/15  [c1653]

Contents:
The answer of Peter Gibson to the Bill of Complaint

[no title]  69/M/5/16  [c1653]

Contents:
Reply of Sir Robert Heath, Attorney General to the answer of Peter Gibson

[no title]  69/M/5/17  February 1653/4

Contents:
Decree in the case Crown v Gibson, Moore and Seely

Fowell v Foxworthy  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
The following are three related cases concerning trespass between Sir Edmund Fowell and Richard Foxworthy which culminated in a hearing at the Court of King's Bench. The trespasses related to the Boundary line between Foxworthy's close called Combe Down in the parish of Modbury and Fowell's close called Halwell in the parish of Ugborough. The papers possibly entered the Parker records following Elizabeth Fowell's marriage to George Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/18  [c1638]

Contents:
Three briefs with manuscript additions concerning a case of trespass caused by Foxworthy re-positioning the boundary wall between the two closes. The trespass lasting between 20 May 1635 - 20 September 1638 causing £40 damage

[no title]  69/M/5/19  [c1636]

Contents:
Evidence of [William Croker] acting as a witness for the prosecution

[no title]  69/M/5/20  [c1640]

Contents:
Brief in a case of theft brought by Richard Foxworthy against Richard Ellis - bailiff to Sir Edmund Fowell, concerning the theft of Foxworthy's cattle grazing on Fowell's land. The offence taking place on 24 March 1640 causing £40 damage

[no title]  69/M/5/21  [c1640]

Contents:
Brief in a case of trespass brought by Francesca Ellis, lessee of Sir Edmund Fowell against Richard Foxworthy, concerning Foxworthy's demolition of a wall and grazing of cattle upon the lessor's lands
The offence taking place on 30 March - 28 April 1640 causing £40 damage

[no title]  69/M/5/22  [c1641]

Contents:
Two sketch plans of the disputed boundary line between Halwell Close and Combe Downe

[no title]  69/M/5/23  1641/2

Contents:
Judgement in form of Letters Patent against Richard Foxworthy in Court of King's Bench for a trespass on Sir Edmund Fowell's land at Halwell Close Ugborough

Mills v Parker, Arundel et al  [no ref. or date]


Related information: PWDRO 69/M/5/8-17

Administrative history:
This case involved another dispute with the Crown over Exmoor tithes (see also lawsuits 3-12). The case was brought by John Mills (Farmer of Crown tithes on Exmoor) against Edmund Parker, Nathaniel Arundell, clerk and others in the Court of Exchequer. It concerned the Crown's and its farmers' rights to the tithes of North Molton and High Bray in Devon and Exford, Withypool, Hawkridge and Porlock in Somerset.

[no title]  69/M/5/24  Michaelmas Term 1675

Contents:
Bill of Complaint brought by John Mills against Edmund Parker, Nathaniel Arundel et al

[no title]  69/M/5/25  Michaelmas Term 1675

Contents:
Order for an injunction

D'Assigny v Parker  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
The following dispute arose between Mr D'Assigny, incumbent of Twitchen and George Parker, concerning Parker's rights to collect the Twitchen parish tithe

[no title]  69/M/5/26  March 1677/8

Contents:
Letter from Mr D'Assigny, incumbent of Twitchen to George Parker complaining of Parker's appropriation of parish tithes

[no title]  69/M/5/27  April 1678

Contents:
Letter from Mr D'Assigny to Robert Young of North Molton [bailiff of George Parker] stating that he has stopped all collection of tithes until Parker has proved his title to them and that he has started an action against Parker in the Court of Exchequer

[no title]  69/M/5/28  [c1679]

Contents:
Letter from Mr D'Assigny to George Parker, concerning proposals to end the lawsuit between them

White v Boeve and Boeve v White with Parker  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
The following case relates to a testamentary dispute following the death of John Moncye of London. John White and Hester his wife (niece and administratrix of Moncye) accused James Boeve (former servant/steward of Moncye) of misappropriating part of the estate. Boeve in turn accused White and his wife of collaborating with Edmund Parker esq, by selling to Parker the freehold of a messuage called Elfordleigh in the parish of Plympton St Mary of which Boeve held the mortgage. Included are papers of two earlier lawsuits concerning John White and his title to Elfordleigh. The case was heard in the Court of Chancery

[no title]  69/M/5/29  May-February 1654-1654/5

Contents:
Proceedings of the case of Ann, Sarah, Hesther, Pleasance and Elizabeth Vaughan v John White concerning possession of a mortgaged tenement called Elfordleigh, Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/5/30  17th cent

Contents:
Valuation of the Estate of Clannaborough with queries re George Parker's claims

[no title]  69/M/5/31  2 December 1654

Contents:
Order of Court of Chancery
That Anne Vaughan, Sarah Vaughan, Hester Vaughan, Pleasans Vaughan and Elizabeth Vaughan should obey the order of 23 November 1654 and restore John White and others to possession of lands called Elfordleigh

[no title]  69/M/5/32  28 February 1654/5

Contents:
Writ of Commission
Issued to ? Glanville, Richard Reynell and others, being Justices of the Peace for the county of Devon Authority to remove Anne Vaughan, Sarah Vaughan, Hester Vaughan, Pleasans Vaughan and Elizabeth Vaughan from possession of the premises called Elfordleigh and establish John White in possession, defending him against attempts to remove him.

[no title]  69/M/5/33  Michaelmas 1656

Contents:
Proceedings in the case of Sarah Vaughan (administratrix of Pleasance Vaughan) v John White late of Coleridge, now of Exeter, merchant concerning the non-payment of rent for Elfordleigh, Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/5/34  May 1678

Contents:
Proceedings in the Court of King's Bench between Sir James Smith and John White of Coleridge, gent. concerning the non-payment of a debt

[no title]  69/M/5/35  October 1678

Contents:
Testimony of Edmund Parker given in the White v Boeve, Boeve v White and Parker case

[no title]  69/M/5/36  February 1679

Contents:
Depositions by William Hinton of St Martins in the Field, Middx esq, Thomas Coppin of Acton, Middx, esquire, and George Carewe of Richmond, Surrey esquire, on behalf of James Boeve

[no title]  69/M/5/37  [c1679]

Contents:
Breviate of James Boeve's Bill of Complaint 1676, of the replies of John White, Hester White and of Edmund Parker to the Bill c. 1678, and of William Hinton's deposition 1679
(Incomplete)

[no title]  69/M/5/38  10 May 1680

Contents:
Order in Chancery on the first hearing of the case
With copy

[no title]  69/M/5/39  July 1680

Contents:
Order in Chancery on the rehearing of the case

[no title]  69/M/5/40  25 November 1680

Contents:
Copy of report made by Sir John Hoskyns, Master in Chancery on the case

[no title]  69/M/5/41  27 April 1681

Contents:
Order in Chancery made following objections by John White and his wife to Hoskyn's report of November 1680
With copy

[no title]  69/M/5/42  1 July 1681

Contents:
Amended report of Sir John Hoskyns, Master in Chancery on the case
With copy

[no title]  69/M/5/43  July 1681

Contents:
Objections of James Boeve to Hoskyn's amended report
[With second annotated copy]

[no title]  69/M/5/44  n.d. [1681]

two copies

Contents:
Brief on behalf of John and Hester White made following Boeve's exceptions to Hoskyn's amended report

Prade v Hele  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/5/45  5 August 1678

Contents:
Richard Prade v Simon Hele. Plaintiff's brief: dispute over ownership of part of the marsh in the parish of Plympton St Mary

Parker v Hele  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
The following case was brought by George Parker esq, against Simon Helen gent. for trespassing and allowing animals to consume grass on Parker's land in Plympton St Mary (including Mowed Marsh, Hedges Marsh, Michaells Marsh, Coles Marsh, Haneys Marsh, Mill Marsh, Little Steart, Towns End, Middle Furlongs, Larkham, Clay Park)

[no title]  69/M/5/46  26 February 1686

Contents:
Letter from Robert Berry to George Parker: his record against Simon Hele re a disputed right of way over the marshes at Plympton St Mary, will be tried at the Assizes. Mr Pollexfen has joined four issues and a demurer. Asks that someone should draw up a map of the disputed area

[no title]  69/M/5/47  1686

Contents:
Hele's answer to Parker's Bill of Complaint

Powell v Parker, Collins et al  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
The following case was brought by George Wood Powell of the City of London against Edmund Parker esquire, Francis Collins gent. [steward of Parker] John Choarley and Edward Brooking following the latter's seizure of Kittesford Farm, Somerset after the death of Bridget Ellesdon. Ellesdon had been the wife of Thomas Wood esquire, uncle of George Wood Powell through whom he claimed the estate

[no title]  69/M/5/48  [c1689]

Contents:
Note from Edmund Parker to Francis Collins concerning title to Kittesford

[no title]  69/M/5/49  December 1689

Contents:
Copy of the opinions of Lord Somerset, Sir George Treby and Sir Francis Pemberton on Thomas Wood's marriage settlement

[no title]  69/M/5/50  May 1706

Contents:
Release and discharge of Parker, Collins et al following their eviction and payment of damages on Kittesford Farm

Carteret Legal Papers  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
The following documents record the Carteret family's rights to Saltram House as well as property in Plympton

[no title]  69/M/5/51  February 1658

Contents:
Copy of a judgment by the King's Bench re James Bagg of Saltram. Award: £10,000

[no title]  69/M/5/52  [c1680's]

Contents:
Proceedings of a legal case between Thomas Andrewes and Elizabeth Carteret concerning their respective rights to property in Plympton, in particular Saltram House. The case revolves around the original forfeiture of Saltram by Sir James Bagg for debts owed to the Crown

[no title]  69/M/5/53  [1703]

Contents:
Edward Chapman v John Parker, Lord Carteret by the Rt Hon. Grace Lady Carteret his mother and guardian, and others. Brief of defendants

[no title]  69/M/5/54  [1703]

Contents:
Petition of Grace, Lady Carteret for the confirmation of a Letters Patent of Charles II, and an Assignment dated 16 April 1675, confirming the bequests of George Carteret's will

[no title]  69/M/5/55  1703

Contents:
Draft act for vesting several estates in the counties of Cornwall and Devon, and several leasehold estates, in trustees, to be sold for raising portions for the younger children of George, Lord Carteret deceased, and for laying out the overplus of the money raised by such sales, in purchase of other lands.

[no title]  69/M/5/56  1704

Contents:
Resettlement of the Carteret lands including property in Plympton and Saltram following the death of George, Lord Carteret, intestate and the family's proposals to sell land in Devon and Cornwall

[no title]  69/M/5/57  [18th cent]

Contents:
List of lands purchased from Sir James Bagg, Sir Nicholas Slanning, Simon Hele and Sir E Hungerford and others by various members of the Carteret family between 1661-1670. Produced in connection with legal queries over a Final Concord

Parker v Parker  [no ref. or date]


Related information: An order in King's and Queen's Bench, 31 October 1691 for this dispute is held by the Public Record Office, Chancery Lane, London (ref. KB27/2087)

Administrative history:
The following case involved a testamentary dispute following the death of Edmund Parker in 1691. Wyke Parker (the eldest son by Parker's second marriage) produced a will to claim the inheritance but sold his rights to George Parker (the eldest son by Parker's first marriage). Dispute arose when Wyke Parker tried to rescind this agreement.

[no title]  69/M/5/58  [1691?]

Contents:
Statement of Mr Parker's case with queries for a legal opinion; the signing of an agreement between George and Wyke Parker and subsequent discovery of a further will

[no title]  69/M/5/59  June 1691

Contents:
Copy of bond by Wyke Parker to George Parker to uphold covenants in an agreement [concerning the estate of Edmund Parker] and grant of attorney by Wyke Parker to procure on his behalf [a quitclaim for the estate]

[no title]  69/M/5/60  1691

Contents:
Statements of the case of George Parker and four opinions as to its likelihood of success

[no title]  69/M/5/61  28 May 1691

Contents:
Letter to [George/Wyke Parker] from George Balkwell: advises against legal action with addressee's brother; claims addressee has been deceived by his friends as to his father's bequests

[no title]  69/M/5/62  1 June 1691

Contents:
Copy of a Release
1) Wyke Parker, gent., one of the sons, and executor of the last will and testament of the late Edmund Parker
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire, son and heir of Edmund Parker
Wyke Parker's right to the personal and testamentary estate of Edmund Parker
Consideration: £60 and £7940

[no title]  69/M/5/63  1 June 1691

Contents:
Copy of Quitclaim
1) Wyke Parker, gent., executor of the last will and testament of the late Edmund Parker
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire, son and heir of the late Edmund Parker
All disputes and legal actions taken out by 1) against 2) before the date of these present
Consideration £8000

[no title]  69/M/5/64  [1691]

Contents:
Memorandum that on the 17 June 1691 Wyke Parker listened and agreed of the Deed of Assignment; his query re whether it included money left him by his grandmother

[no title]  69/M/5/65  15 August 1691

Contents:
Questions with George Trevy's opinion re George Parker's case against Wyke Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/66  1691

Contents:
Part of a signed statement of John Parker re a dispute between Wyke Parker and his father; alleged will making Wyke Parker the executor of his father's estates

[no title]  69/M/5/67  nd [1691]

Contents:
Pleas of George Parker and his wife Elizabeth and answers to the complaints of Wyke Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/68  nd [1691]

Contents:
Affidavit of James Coles given against George Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/69  nd [1691]

Contents:
Draft answers of Thomas Parker, gent.

[no title]  69/M/5/70  nd [1691]

Contents:
Answers of Thomas Parker to Wyke Parker's Bill of Complaint

[no title]  69/M/5/71  nd [1691]

Contents:
Further answers of George Parker and Elizabeth his wife to Wyke Parker's Bill of Complaint

[no title]  69/M/5/72  30 October 1691

Contents:
Letter to Mr Collins from Francis Nixon, Doctor's Commons: Wyke Parker's taking of an oath; his refusal of their offer

[no title]  69/M/5/73  October 1691

Contents:
Copy of letter of attorney above (see 69/M/5/42) examined in court

[no title]  69/M/5/74  October 1691

Contents:
Memorandum of judgement in court of King's and Queen's Bench

[no title]  69/M/5/74a  November 1691

Contents:
Statement of case

[no title]  69/M/5/75  [1691]

Contents:
Extract from the Roll of Pleas heard before the Crown at Westminster in Hilary Term 1691: Parker v Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/76  nd 17th cent

Contents:
Schedule of the goods, chattels, personal and testamentary estate of Edmund Parker esquire, (deceased) which are now in the possession of George Parker and Elizabeth his wife. Formerly annexed to Answers given in a legal case in which George and Elizabeth Parker were the defendants

Wyke Parker's Estate  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
In May 1693 Wyke Parker murdered John Thomas of Crediton. Following his trial and execution a number of claims were made upon his estate from within the Parker family and from the Crown and landowners who had rights to felon's property. The papers reflect George Parker's attempts to reclaim the estates and in particular to renew his title as the executor of the estate of the late Edmund Parker (see 69/M/5/42-49 above).
Papers relating to a number of separate small cases are included as they are so interrelated. Cases of a larger and more complicated nature have been separated and are listed below (see 69/M/5/77-115, 69/M/5/116-138)

[no title]  69/M/5/77  [1693]

Contents:
Statement by Sir Thomas Trevor the Attorney General addressed to Rt Hon. John Summers, knight, Keeper of the Great Seal of England re the history of the forfeited estates of Wyke Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/78  17 May 1693

Contents:
Letter to George Parker from Wyke Parker: apologises for the legal case and agrees to give any reassurances his council will advise. Used in court on 11 and 17 April 1699 in the case George Parker v William Harris, Mary Lambe, Walter Langford, John Northmore and Daniel Juye

[no title]  69/M/5/79  19 May 1693

Contents:
Receipts issued by Wyke Parker to George Parker for the payment of £10 towards the settlement money

[no title]  69/M/5/80  19 May 1693

Contents:
Order of Wyke Parker: to set down for hearing his cause now pending in the High Court of Chancery

[no title]  69/M/5/81  June 1693

Contents:
Copy assignment and release of June 1691 from Wyke Parker to George Parker of all rights and estate claimed as executor of Edmund Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/82  1 June 1693

Contents:
Copy quitclaim of June 1691 from Wyke Parker to George Parker of all rights and estate claimed as executor of Edmund Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/83  19 June 1693

Contents:
Copy of Wyke Parker's order to Mr Spry to be his council in the case Parker v Parker. Original made 19 May

[no title]  69/M/5/84  1 July 1693

Contents:
Two copies of the affidavit of Thomas Parker, gent.

[no title]  69/M/5/85  2 July 1693

Contents:
Affidavit of Francis Collins

[no title]  69/M/5/86  4 July 1693

4 copies

Contents:
Order to Mr Northmore from Wyke Parker: withdrawal of a caveat against signing a decree agreed between himself, George Parker and George Parker's wife on 27 June last

[no title]  69/M/5/87  11 July 1693

Contents:
Letter from Wyke Parker to 'Sister Parker' requesting that she pay £10 to John Penfound as part of the purchase money due to him. Endorsed with John Penfound's receipt
With copy

[no title]  69/M/5/88  18 July 1693

Contents:
Receipt of further payment made by George Parker to Wyke Parker for the rights and estate of the executorship of Edmund Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/89  4 July 1693

two copies

Contents:
Affidavit of Thomas Parker concerning Wyke Parker's ending of his court case (over the executorship of Edmund Parker) with George Parker.

[no title]  69/M/5/90  14 July 1693

Contents:
Bartholomew Shower's opinion re various parties potential entitlement to a bill obligatory by forfeiture if one party should by committed for murder

[no title]  69/M/5/91  1 August 1693

2 copies

Contents:
Letter to George Parker from Wyke Parker requesting that he satisfy Mr Spry's and Mr Nichol's legal fees

[no title]  69/M/5/92  1 August 1693

2 copies

Contents:
Receipt issued by Wyke Parker to George Parker for payment of £100 as part of the £8000 purchase money for his right, title and interest in the estate of Edmund Parker deceased.

[no title]  69/M/5/93  1 August 1693

Contents:
Receipt issued by Wyke Parker for the payment of money due from Sir Walter Moyle; request that George Parker deliver up the bonds for payment in his custody

[no title]  69/M/5/94  14 August 1693

Contents:
Memorandum of charge and decision against Wyke Parker made at the Devon County Assizes, Exeter

[no title]  69/M/5/95  22 September 1693

Contents:
Letter to George Parker from Wyke Parker, High Gaol, Exeter: requests that he pay Honour Weeke, sister of John Thomas, the sum of £100 in part recompense for his murder

[no title]  69/M/5/96  11 November 1693

Contents:
Affidavit of Joseph Hooper of Plymouth: Wyke Parker's Deed of Grant to George Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/97  11 November 1693

Contents:
Affidavit of Francis Collins of Plympton St Mary, gent, concerning Wyke and George Parker's agreement over the estate of Edmund Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/98  [1693]

Contents:
Plea by George Parker in the Court of Exchequer for his Majesty's grant of the forfeited estate of Wyke Parker in return for £3,000. Including some details of the lawsuits pending

[no title]  69/M/5/99  [1693]

Contents:
Draft plea in Chancery by George Parker to uphold his title to the estates of Wyke and Edmund Parker in the forthcoming lawsuits

[no title]  69/M/5/100  [c1693]

Contents:
Opinions as to Mary Parker's entitlement to an annuity from her brother's (Wyke Parker) estate

[no title]  69/M/5/101  1693

Contents:
Case of dispute between Wyke and George Parker as to the will of their father, Edmund Parker [first two pages missing]

[no title]  69/M/5/102  1693

Contents:
Memorandum disputing the bill of sale and warrant of attorney between Wyke Parker and John Nothman

[no title]  69/M/5/103  [1693]

Contents:
An account of legal papers re Wyke Parker in the custody of Francis Collins. Passed to Elizabeth Parker's custody on February 4th, and to George Burrard on February 18th 1693 (Receipt attached)

[no title]  69/M/5/104  [1693]

Contents:
Letter to Mr Webb re the court case over the disputed granting of an estate to Wyke Parker by Edmund Parker's will; enclosed is a summary of the causes of the case addressed to Mrs Champernowne and note re mortgages granted to George Parker's daughter

[no title]  69/M/5/105  [post 1693]

Contents:
Query re validity of a power of attorney made by Wyke Parker to John Northmore, Thomas Elsing and Mary Lambe on 9 May 1693, and of a bond executed on 1 January 1693

[no title]  69/M/5/106  26 January 1694/5

Contents:
From Robert Berry to George Parker: Describes his conferences with Mr Speke re procuring of a patent of all Wyke Parker's forfeitures; dispute with Mr Symons to be argued at the Assize

[no title]  69/M/5/107  5 February 1694/5

Contents:
From Robert Berry to George Parker: Doubts that Mr Speke can fulfil his promises as the king is determined to bestow the forfeiture on Seamen's Widows; attempts to trace a grant of Edward I; delay in causes being heard due to illness of two judges

[no title]  69/M/5/108  16 February 1694/5

Contents:
From Robert Berry to George Parker: His agent was served with an order for dissolving the injunction unless cause was shown to the contrary; the court expects the money to be brought in to be secured for the true proprietor; Mr Speke claims that Lord Portland has undertaken to effect the matter

[no title]  69/M/5/109  26 February 1694/5

Contents:
From Robert Berry to George Parker: Necessary to have affidavits if wish to move the case again in the next term; the master has to hear both sides before deciding whom he will approve of for security; his strong position as administrator; granting of a Commission de bene esse

[no title]  69/M/5/110  April 1695

Contents:
Brief of George Parker in lawsuit with Daniel Ivye concerning Ivye's claims to the felon's estate as lord of the manor of Crediton

[no title]  69/M/5/111  20 February 1695/6

Contents:
Certificate of conviction of Wyke Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/112  [1696]

two copies

Contents:
Petition of George Parker re a dispute over the forfeited estate of the late Wyke Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/113  22 January 1696/7

Contents:
Letter from Robert Berry to George Parker re his viewing of Wyke Parker's receipt held by Sir Walter Moyle, and enclosing a copy of Wyke Parker's order of letter to George Parker requesting that he deliver up Sir Walter Moyle's bonds, agreeing to discount it out of the money George was to pay him. Dated 21 September 1693

[no title]  69/M/5/114  12 February 1696/7

Contents:
From Robert Berry to George Parker: Has drawn up answers to the Attorney General's information; need to check the original schedule; list of bonds come to hand following the answer to Wyke's bill

[no title]  69/M/5/115  19 February 1696/7

Contents:
From Robert Berry to George Parker: Covering letter enclosing the Attorney General's bill (bill is not enclosed); note to Mr Burrard thanking him for acting in his absence and asking him to examine the copy of the Attorney General's bill

[no title]  69/M/5/116  17 March 1696/7

Contents:
Copy of the warrant for a grant to George Parker of the estate, goods etc of the late Wyke Parker which were forfeited by his murder of John Thomas.
Consideration: £5000

[no title]  69/M/5/117  [c1697]

Contents:
Interrogatories to be asked in a lawsuit brought by Theodore and Hester Parker against George Parker concerning their claims to Wyke Parker's estate

[no title]  69/M/5/118  25 May 1697

Contents:
A copy of Mr Berry's letter to Mr Burrard giving advice for getting the debts due to Mr Parker following the King's grant to him

[no title]  69/M/5/119  1698

Contents:
Draft of agreement between Henry Prest, lord of the manor of Thrushelton and George Parker, concerning Prest's claims to felon's estates January

[no title]  69/M/5/120  18 October 1698

Contents:
Letter from Mary Lambe requesting payment of her legacy. Used as evidence in the case George Parker v William Harris, Mary Lambe, Walter Langford, John Northmore and Daniel Ivye, April 1699

[no title]  69/M/5/121  18 May 1699

Contents:
Letter from Robert Berry to George Parker enclosing copies of the depositions of Peter Le Neve, one of the deputy Chamberlain of his Majesty's Exchequer at Westminster, and of John Lowe, of St Margaret's, Westminster

[no title]  69/M/5/122  [c1700]

Contents:
Copy agreement following a decree in Chancery settling the dispute between Theodore and Hester Parker against George Parker

Harris v Parker  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
William Harris esquire, lord of the manor of Lifton claimed the estate of Wyke Parker as that of a felon within his lordship. He further claimed that George Parker owed money to Wyke Parker's estate following the previous dispute over Edmund Parker's will. The case was brought in Chancery against George Parker, Mary Parker (widow of Wyke) et al. The case also examines the jurisdiction of the lord of Lifton over the inhabitants of Bratton Clovelly.

[no title]  69/M/5/123  July 1694

Contents:
William Harris's Bill of Complaint in Chancery

[no title]  69/M/5/124  [c1694]

Contents:
The answer of George Parker to William Harris's Bill

[no title]  69/M/5/125  [c1694]

Contents:
Brief on behalf of George Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/126  [c1694]

two copies

Contents:
Statement of case

[no title]  69/M/5/127  [c1694]

Contents:
Interrogatories to be asked on behalf of George Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/128  [c1694]

Contents:
Observations on William Harris's case and his jurisdiction over the inhabitants of Bratton Clovelly

[no title]  69/M/5/129  [c1694]

Contents:
Observations on the rights of claimants to felons' estates

[no title]  69/M/5/130  25 October 1694

Contents:
Declaration that the defendants be permitted to renew their commission and that all charges of contempt for want of their answers be stayed

[no title]  69/M/5/131  1698

two copies

Contents:
Opinion of Roger Mompeson on rights to felons' estates

[no title]  69/M/5/132  [c1698]

Contents:
Interrogatories to be asked on behalf of George Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/133  [c1698/9]

two copies

Contents:
Plea by George Parker in Chancery to allow all outstanding lawsuits concerning Wyke Parker's estate to be heard together

[no title]  69/M/5/134  [c1698/9]

Contents:
George Parker's Bill of Complaint in Chancery

[no title]  69/M/5/135  [c1698/9]

Contents:
Brief on behalf of George Parker concerning the probable course of Harris's defence

[no title]  69/M/5/136  February 1698/9

Contents:
Order in Chancery permitting all outstanding lawsuits to be heard together

[no title]  69/M/5/137  May 1699

Contents:
Petition from William Harris to the Lord Chancellor

[no title]  69/M/5/138  [c1699]

two copies

Contents:
Copy of William Harris's letters patent granting jurisdiction over the manor of Lifton

[no title]  69/M/5/139  [c1699]

three copies

Contents:
Abstract of records relating to Lifton delivered to Parker's solicitors by Harris's solicitors

[no title]  69/M/5/140  [c1699]

Contents:
Recital of court cases involving the jurisdiction of the manor of Lifton

[no title]  69/M/5/141  [c1699]

Contents:
List of records intended to be produced in court on behalf of William Harris

[no title]  69/M/5/142  [c1699]

Contents:
List of records intended to be produced in court on behalf of George Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/143  1699

Contents:
Transcripts of documents mostly concerning Lifton to be produced in court on behalf of George Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/144  June 1699

Contents:
Copy order in Chancery deferring case and ordering more judges

[no title]  69/M/5/145  [c1699]

Contents:
Interrogatories asked by Sir Thomas Trevor, Attorney General

[no title]  69/M/5/146  [c1699]

Contents:
Answer of William Harris to Bill of Complaint of Sir Thomas Trevor, Attorney General

[no title]  69/M/5/147  [c. 1699]

Contents:
Reply of Sir Thomas Trevor, Attorney General to William Harris's case

[no title]  69/M/5/148  1699

Contents:
Brief on behalf of George Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/149  July 1699

Contents:
Minutes of proceedings in Chancery

[no title]  69/M/5/150  July 1699

Contents:
Order in Chancery

[no title]  69/M/5/151  1699/1700

Contents:
Exemplification of decree in the Court of Chancery

[no title]  69/M/5/152  [c1700]

Contents:
Partial transcript of above

[no title]  69/M/5/153  27 March [1700]

Contents:
Statement of George Parker's case to be heard before the House of Lords. William Harris, appellant, George Parker, respondent With printed copy

[no title]  69/M/5/154  [1700]

Contents:
Case and questions re George Parker's dispute with William Harris re Wyke Parker's bonds. With opinion of Thomas Trevan

[no title]  69/M/5/155  [1700]

Contents:
Abstract of deeds showing items delivered to Mr Parker's solicitor by Mr Harris's solicitor

[no title]  69/M/5/156  [1700]

Contents:
Statement of George Parker's case against Mr Harris, with a query re his potential for legal action

[no title]  69/M/5/157  [1700]

Contents:
Copy petition of William Harris to the House of Lords against the decision of the Court of Chancery

[no title]  69/M/5/158  1700

Contents:
Opinion of Sir Edward Northey on George Parker's case

[no title]  69/M/5/159  1701

two copies

Contents:
Order to submit an answer to the appeal of William Harris

[no title]  69/M/5/160  [c1701]

Contents:
Draft and copy petition to the House of Lords by George Parker against William Harris's appeal

[no title]  69/M/5/161  1701

Contents:
Order setting date of appeal hearing

[no title]  69/M/5/162  1701

Contents:
Order delaying date of appeal hearing

[no title]  69/M/5/163  [1701]

Contents:
Brief on behalf of George Parker in the appeal proceeding

[no title]  69/M/5/164  [1701]

Contents:
Answer of George Parker to the appeal of of William Harris

[no title]  69/M/5/165  [1701]

Contents:
Answer of Sir Edward Northey, Attorney General to the appeal of William Harris

[no title]  69/M/5/166  1702

Contents:
Brief of action to be taken at the next hearing

[no title]  69/M/5/167  1708

Contents:
Copy of assignment and release of 1691 by Wyke Parker to George Parker of Rights and property from the executorship of Edmund Parker

Parker v Northmore  [no ref. or date]


Related information: The Public Record Office, Chancery Lane, London holds a number of orders and decrees in Chancery for this case (refs 33/312 nos. 185, 313, 343, 389, 503 and 549; C33/314 nos. 13, 228, 259, 276 and 339; C33/316 no. 302) and also an affidavit of Nosse Clapp, gent. (ref. C31/75, part 1, no. 702)

Administrative history:
The following case concerns George Parker's claim for £3142 5d against Thomas Northmore as equity of redemption on mortgaged properties; Northmore having purchased the mortgaged properties of Painson and Smithland in Colebrook from Robert Yonge (Edmund Parker's steward) and the rectory of Coleridge from Andrew Gosse. Northmore contested that both Edmund and Wyke Parker had owed money to the mortgagers and so no money was due. See also Parker v Champernowne for correspondence referring to this case.

[no title]  69/M/5/168  1680

Contents:
Agreement settling dispute between Edmund Parker and John Northmore gent.

[no title]  69/M/5/169  1687

Contents:
Letter of Attorney
Edmund Parker of Burringtown, Devon, esquire, appoints Nicholas Hall, clerk, Doctor in Divinity and Treasurer of the cathedral church of St Peter in Exeter to act as his attorney for a case relating to lands in Colebrook of which Robert Yonge is the tenant

[no title]  69/M/5/170  24 September 1697

Contents:
Letter addressed to Mr Collins from John Hawkins: the mortgage of Mr Yonge's estate which Mr Northmore now wishes to take over

[no title]  69/M/5/171  1708

Contents:
Copy of letter sent to Nathaniel Webb [acting for Thomas Northmore] concerning the taking of depositions

[no title]  69/M/5/172  [c1710]

Contents:
Nicholas Hooper's opinion of George Parker's case

[no title]  69/M/5/173  [c1710]

Contents:
List of witnesses examined

[no title]  69/M/5/174  April 1710

Contents:
Accounts of Francis Collins's expenses for the commission examining witnesses

[no title]  69/M/5/175  April 1710

Contents:
Thomas Northmore's agreement not to raise another commission to examine witnesses

[no title]  69/M/5/176  April 1710

Contents:
Affidavits of John Reade gent, and Nicholas Avent gent., commissioners for the examination of witnesses

[no title]  69/M/5/177  February 1710/11

Contents:
George Parker's bill of costs submitted to the court

[no title]  69/M/5/178  February 1710/11

Contents:
Order in Chancery for an opinion to be sought on the costs

[no title]  69/M/5/179  1711

Contents:
Mr Medlicott's (judge in Chancery) opinion of Parker's costs

[no title]  69/M/5/180  May 1711

Contents:
Order in Chancery charging Northmore with the principal interest and costs of mortgage

[no title]  69/M/5/181  May 1711

Contents:
Order in Chancery to confirm reports on the case

[no title]  69/M/5/182  May 1711

Contents:
Brief on behalf of Parker to defend previous orders upholding Parker's costs

[no title]  69/M/5/183  June 1711

Contents:
Brief on behalf of Parker for the court to affirm absolutely previous decisions

[no title]  69/M/5/184  June 1711

Contents:
Order in Chancery to make the earlier orders absolute

[no title]  69/M/5/185  June 1711

Contents:
Brief on behalf of Parker to defend an altered report on Parker's costs

[no title]  69/M/5/186  June 1711

Contents:
Affidavit concerning delivery of a caveat on behalf of Northmore

[no title]  69/M/5/187  June 1711

Contents:
Brief on behalf of Parker to discharge Northmore's caveat

[no title]  69/M/5/188  June 1711

Contents:
Order in Chancery to discharge caveat

[no title]  69/M/5/189  July 1711

Contents:
Affidavit concerning the delivery of documents

[no title]  69/M/5/190  August 1711

Contents:
Particulars of the records demanded by Francis Collins from Thomas Northmore

[no title]  69/M/5/190a  20 December 1711

Contents:
Draft receipt made between George and Edmund Parker of the first part and Margaret Champernowne of the second part: acknowledges Parker's receipt of some writings and papers

[no title]  69/M/5/191  December 1711

Contents:
Affidavit of Francis Collins of Plympton St Mary, gent.

[no title]  69/M/5/192  December 1711

Contents:
Affidavit of John Price of St Andrew Holborn, London, yeoman

[no title]  69/M/5/193  1714

Contents:
Calculations of principle money and interest due 1712-1714

Parker v Champernowne  [no ref. or date]


Related information: The Public Record Office, Chancery Lane, London, hold Chancery bills and answers (ref C 5/260/19), a decree of 1680 (ref. C 33/254, no. 577) and an affidavit of 1709, (ref C 22/1034/12) for this case

Administrative history:
The following was a testamentary dispute concerning the joint estates of Sir John Fowell and his son Sir John Fowell (who died soon after without issue). The daughters of the former/sisters of the latter - Elizabeth (married to George Parker esquire,) and Margaret (married to Arthur Champernowne esquire,) disputed their claims to the estate. In particular, the dispute concerned property in Ugborough.

[no title]  69/M/5/194  1686, 1707, 1711

Contents:
George Parker and Edmund Parker v Margaret Champernowne: rental of North Harbourneford; surveys of the manors of Harbourneford and Ludbrook [see 69/M/5/199 below]; valuation of the demesne lands of Fowellscombe, Botterscombe and Withcombe; statement of the division of the barton, farms and demesne lands of Fowellscombe, Botterscombe and Withicombe and the manors of Harbourneford and Ludbrook; declaration by George and Edmund Parker of choice of division; statement of partition by the commission of the High Court of Chancery; incomplete receipt for Mistress Champernowne's payment of legal costs to George and Edmund Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/195  1693

Contents:
Copy opinion of Lord J Somers, Lord Thomas Trevor and Sir Henry Pollexfen on George Parker's rights to the estates of Sir John Fowell

[no title]  69/M/5/196  [c1700]

Contents:
Abstract of title of Elizabeth Parker to Wallaford Meadow (no parish given)

[no title]  69/M/5/197  [c1700]

Contents:
Copy of will of Sir John Fowell and proceedings in the court of King's and Queen's Bench

[no title]  69/M/5/198  1705-1705/6

Contents:
Opinion of J Somers, Thomas Trevor, Richard Webb, John Chesshyre and Edward Worthey as to Edmund Parker's (Elizabeth Parker's son) and Margaret Champernowne's title to Sir John Fowell's estate. Also concerning the title of Bridget Wood, wife of Thomas Wood esquire, deceased (a cousin)

[no title]  69/M/5/199  [c1705]


Related information: [see 69/M/5/194]

Contents:
Affidavit of John Stephens of Ugborough concerning the legitimacy of a survey book of the manors of Harbourneford and Ludbrook

[no title]  69/M/5/200  8 July 1707

Contents:
From Francis Collins re Robert Yong's mortgage; summoned to appear before a master to answer for scandal and impertinence in his answers to Mrs Champernowne; has bespoken an attachment against Mrs Champernowne, John Rowe and Anne Furlong; account for principle and interest on Yong's mortgage

[no title]  69/M/5/201  January 1707/8

Contents:
Agreement attempting to settle the dispute between George and Edmund Parker and Margaret Champernowne. The settlement covers the following property - Fowelscombe, Bolterscombe, Witchcombe, Cheston, Monksmoor, Blackadon, Leigh all in the parish of Ugborough and manors of Harbourneford and Ludbrook

[no title]  69/M/5/202  10 February 1707/8

Contents:
To Mr Samber from Francis Collins, Harbourneford: it has been agreed that the lands in dispute with Madam Champernowne will be divided between the parties by arbitration. All suits in law and equity should now cease
Used in evidence in court Parker v Champernowne on 12 September 1709

[no title]  69/M/5/203  9 July 1709

Contents:
From Francis Collins, London: re Northmore's suit against Parker. Outlines strength of Parker's situation; imprisonment of Codner; choice of feeding material for deers in royal parks

[no title]  69/M/5/204  11 September 1709

Contents:
From Francis Collins. London: Captain Quevannion's coach accident; case re revocation of one moiety of land to Mrs Champernowne; Northmore's bill re his pretended judgement against Wyke Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/205  2 April 1708

Contents:
To Francis Collins from John Rowe (Margaret Champernowne's agent): requesting a copy of the deed of settlement; arrangement for his payment for travel; writings to be engrossed
Produced in court Parker Vs Champernowne on 12th September 1709

[no title]  69/M/5/206  21 March 1708/9

Contents:
To George Parker from Margaret Champernowne, Ipplepen: will arrange for people to meet his steward at Fowelscombe and hopes to meet him there; must meet to settle the titles to respective parts
Produced in court Parker Vs Champernowne on 12th September 1709

[no title]  69/M/5/207  September 1709

Contents:
Depositions of witnesses taken at the house of Anthony Toope in Colebrook, Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/5/208  September 1709

Contents:
Depositions of witnesses taken at the Four Castles Inn, Plymouth

[no title]  69/M/5/209  17 October 1709

Contents:
To Francis Collins from Margaret Champernowne, Stowford: arrangement to allow Councillor Waldon to see the deed of settlement and give his opinion
Produced in court Parker Vs Champernowne on 3rd January 1709/10

[no title]  69/M/5/210  21 October 1709

Contents:
To Francis Collins from Margaret Champernowne, Stowford: arrangement to allow Councillor Waldon to see the deed of settlement and give his opinion
Produced in court Parker Vs Champernowne on 3rd January 1709/10

[no title]  69/M/5/211  [c1710]

Contents:
Brief of the Parkers' case, including copy of part of Sir John Fowell's will; schedule of deeds relating to Cheston tenement, Ugborough

[no title]  69/M/5/212  November 1710

Contents:
Proceedings and order in Chancery

[no title]  69/M/5/213  21 July 1711

Contents:
Exemplifications of a decree in the court of Chancery

[no title]  69/M/5/214  August 1711

Contents:
Receipts for money paid by George and Edmund Parker to Margaret Champernowne following the court case

[no title]  69/M/5/215  1711

Contents:
Draft of partition deed from George and Edmund Parker to Margaret Champernowne for land and property near Monksmoor, Ugborough

[no title]  69/M/5/216  September 1711

Contents:
Receipt for the delivery of a schedule of deeds relating to land in Ugborough. The documents being sent by George and Edmund Parker to Margaret Champernowne

[no title]  69/M/5/217  5 November 1711

Contents:
Draft of a quitclaim contained in a letter from Richard Webb to Francis Collins

[no title]  69/M/5/218  6 November 1711

Contents:
From Francis Collins, London: fines to be levied by Mrs Champernowne and George Parker; Northmore to pay money

[no title]  69/M/5/219  17 November 1711

Contents:
Receipt issued by Margaret Champernowne for a cancelled lease and counterpart of lease relating to a tenement called Lee alias Leigh, Modbury

[no title]  69/M/5/220  [c1711]

Contents:
Memorandum of the amended strict settlement made between George and Edmund Parker following the court case

Parker v Clarke, Pole et al  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
This case concerns George Parker's rights to the Lordship of the manors of Bradford and Preston Torells in Somerset which were being challenged by Edward Clarke of Chipley esq, Edward Pole and others

[no title]  69/M/5/221  [c1700]

Contents:
George Parker's Bill of Complaint

[no title]  69/M/5/222  18th cent

Contents:
The answers of Richard Wyatt gent., one of the defendants

[no title]  69/M/5/223  18th cent

Contents:
Answers of Alice Wyatt, widow

[no title]  69/M/5/224  24 January 1705

three copies

Contents:
Letter to Nathaniel Webb containing the opinion of Francis Collins re further actions in a legal case re tenants' rights under their lease of estates in the manors of Bradford and Preston Torrells. The letter mentions the following defendants: Samuel Reymond; William Leigh; William Searle; Edward Starry

Parker v Rowe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/5/225  1707-1708

Contents:
Bill for John Rowe's legal costs incurred during the court case

[no title]  69/M/5/226  1708

Contents:
Receipt for payment of John Rowe's legal costs by George and Edmund Parker

Drew v Hele  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
The following case concerns the disputed will of Charles Kellond. The suit was brought by Kellond's administrators (also the guardians of Kellond's son John) ie Thomas Drew, John Fownes, George Yarde and Robert Symons, against Sarah, Simon and William Hele. The dispute centred around rights to the property of Meryfield (possibly Merafield, Plympton)

[no title]  69/M/5/227  1705

Contents:
Bill of Complaint brought by the wills administrators in Chancery

[no title]  69/M/5/228  1709

Contents:
Judgement in Chancery

[no title]  69/M/5/229  18th cent

Contents:
Abstract of title of Charles Kellond to lands in Blaxton, Merafield and Plympton St Mary

Parker v Legassick  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
The following was a case of assault brought by George Parker against Henry Legassick of Modbury. The latter was accused of hitting Parker on the head with a stone mug during dinner at Ivybridge

[no title]  69/M/5/230  [c1712]

Contents:
Brief on behalf of George Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/231  [c1712]

Contents:
Brief on behalf of George Parker

Barton of Hardwick  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
This case arose from legal problems experienced by George Parker during his attempts to purchase the barton of Hardwick from Thomas Perryman. The difficulties were caused by Mr Perryman's mortgage secured on the property.

[no title]  69/M/5/231a  10 January 1721

Contents:
To Mr Collings from Thomas Perryman, Sydenham: encloses Mr Lyne's letter; Samuel Feart's box

[no title]  69/M/5/231b  1 April 1721

Contents:
To Francis Pengelly from George Parker, Boringdon: encloses draft

[no title]  69/M/5/232  3 April 1721

Contents:
To Francis Pengelly from Francis Collins, Boringdon: James Warren of Cheapside is the eldest son and heir of John Warren of Plymouth, deceased; account of the barton of Hardwick; deeds re the title of Thomas Perryman and Mr Langdon's mortgage

[no title]  69/M/5/232a  4 April 1721

Contents:
To Francis Pengelly from Francis Collins: Mary Sparke's judgement; details of covenants

[no title]  69/M/5/233  4 April 1721

Contents:
Abstract of Mr Pengelly's letter to George Parker re deeds needed by Mr Langdon relating to one moiety of the inheritance of Hardwick

[no title]  69/M/5/234  18 April 1721

Contents:
To Francis Pengelly from Francis Collins, Boringdon: re abstract of grant and release of 5/8th part of the fee of Hardwick

[no title]  69/M/5/235  18 April 1721

Contents:
To Francis Pengelly from Francis Collins, Boringdon: letter enclosing a copy of the grant mentioned in Pengelly's draft of the release of the inheritance of Mr Perryman's 5/8th parts of the barton of Hardwick

[no title]  69/M/5/235a  21 April 1721

Contents:
To Francis Pengelly from Francis Collins: encloses draft lease for his opinion; need for counterparts for Mrs Tynt, Mr Langdon and the two Mr Perrymans

[no title]  69/M/5/236  29 April 1721

Contents:
Catalogue of writings belonging to Mr Perryman received from Francis Collins on 29 April 1721.
The catalogue covers the period 1668-1699

[no title]  69/M/5/236a  [1721]

Contents:
Draft deed. With note of writings Mr Parker was to have produced

[no title]  69/M/5/236b  [1721]

Contents:
To Francis Collins from Samuel Lyn: proposed purchase of lands in Plympton

[no title]  69/M/5/236c  [1721]

Contents:
Questions for legal opinion: levying of a fine and recovery; George Parker's position should the heir of Thomas Perryman die before the levying of the fine or recovery

[no title]  69/M/5/236d  [1721]

Contents:
Notes on the history of Mr Perryman's mortgage

[no title]  69/M/5/237  [1721]

Contents:
Bill of complaint addressed to the Rt Hon. Philip, Lord Hardwick, Baron of Hardwick, requesting that he permit the granting of a writ of sub-poena to be directed to George Parker and other. Signed by William Peere William

[no title]  69/M/5/238  [1721]

Contents:
Case of Thomas Perryman re sale of mortgaged property (barton of Hardwick, Plympton St Mary) to George Parker, esquire

[no title]  69/M/5/239  [1721]

Contents:
Particulars of the writings and papers which William Langdon and Mrs Tynte were to bring re the barton of Hardwick

[no title]  69/M/5/240  [1721]

Contents:
Schedule of papers to be produced by Mr Thomas Perryman for the barton of Hardwick, of Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/5/241  [1721]

Contents:
List of leases held by Thomas Perryman from Sir Violl Vyvyan

[no title]  69/M/5/242  [1721]

Contents:
Memorandum for George Parker's council containing queries re the Reconveyance deed for land lately purchased from the Perrymans

[no title]  69/M/5/242a  [1721]

Two copies

Contents:
Schedule of papers concerning the barton of Hardwick.

Compton Gifford Church Rate Dispute  [no ref. or date]


Related information: Further documents relating to the case are held by the Public Record Office, Chancery Lane, London (refs. DEL 2/92 and DEL 1/425)

Administrative history:
The following case contested whether the inhabitants of Compton Gifford were obliged to pay a rate levied by the wardens of Charles Church, Plymouth. The case was brought by Nicholas White against the wardens John Culme and John Morshead in the High Court of Delegates 1724-7.

[no title]  69/M/5/243  1724

Contents:
Opinion of Thomas Reeve as to the legality of the rate

[no title]  69/M/5/244  1724

Contents:
Monitions issued by the High Court of Delegates against Culme and Morshead

[no title]  69/M/5/245  22 January 1724/5

Contents:
Copy of a letter sent to Mr Samber stating the case against the people of Compton Gifford paying a rate towards the maintenance of Charles Church

[no title]  69/M/5/246  1724/5

Contents:
Further opinion of Thomas Reeve with wrapper addressed to George Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/247  1728/9

Contents:
Letter from William Jones to George Parker concerning the enforcement of monitiors issued by the High Court of Delegates

Parker, Belfield et al v Parker  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
This case was brought by Francis Parker, Jaquete his wife and John Belfield (Serjeant at Arms and father of Jaquete) against George Parker (Francis's father). It concerned the marriage settlement of Francis and Jaquete which, it was disputed, included the manor of Collaton and Blagdon House (purchased for them from Annabella Blount). The case was brought following Francis and Jaquete Parker's eviction from Blagdon

[no title]  69/M/5/248  25 February 1726/7

Contents:
To George Parker from John Belfield, London: encloses a true copy of the declaration signed by George Parker contracting to purchase the lands of Blagdon, Newparke, Oldaways, the Downs and the manor of Collaton, dated 13 January 1726

[no title]  69/M/5/249  27 April 1727

Contents:
To George Parker from John Belfield, London: thanks him for his consent to lease Westparke, Vicarage Parke and Oldway Meade, part of the manor of Collaton, in satisfaction of the money Belfield advanced to Francis Parker; Parker's proposed visits to Saltram and Boringdon; bills of Mrs Blount

[no title]  69/M/5/250  3 May 1727

Contents:
To George Parker from John Belfield, London: Description of proposed course of action to be followed once Mrs Blount has brought Parker's Bills to town

[no title]  69/M/5/251  6 May 1727

Contents:
To George Parker from John Belfield, London: Mr Paltock's payment for Plympton St Mary rent, tithes and esculents

[no title]  69/M/5/252  15 May 1727

Contents:
To George Parker from John Belfield, London: Request he pay Waltham Savery's fees for legal advice. With receipt dated 24 May

[no title]  69/M/5/253  7 June 1727

Contents:
To George Parker from John Belfield, London: Mrs Blount has given acknowledgement of the Bargain and Sale; intended lease to Belfield of Collaton Manor

[no title]  69/M/5/254  22 June 1727

Contents:
To George Parker from John Belfield, London: Agrees use of his or his son's names as trustees

[no title]  69/M/5/255  21 September 1727

Contents:
To George Parker from John Belfield, London:
Expresses shock at Parker's message telling of his intention to retain Collaton; effect of message on Francis Parker and his wife; his opinion of the Deed of Trust

[no title]  69/M/5/256  26 September 1727

Contents:
Two copies of a letter sent to John Belfield by George Parker, Boringdon. Accuses him of dictating the marriage settlement

[no title]  69/M/5/257  17 April 1729

Contents:
Copy of the will of Edward Blount of Blagdon proved in the 3 August 1726. Enclosed in a letter from Richard Lansdowne to Mr Furlong which also refers to his conversation with Mr Meryll and Mr Southwell

[no title]  69/M/5/258  [1729]

Contents:
Bill of complaint by George Parker of Boringdon, esquire, against John Belfield, Serjeant at Law re a dispute over the sale of the late Edward Blount's estate. Addressed to the Rt Hon. Peter, Lord King, Baron of Ockham and Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain

[no title]  69/M/5/259  [1729]

Contents:
Draft bill of compliant
George Parker of Boringdon, esquire, against Annabella Blount, John Belfield, Serjeant at Law, Edward Southwell and John Merrill, and others re a dispute over the sale of the late Edward Blount's lands ie Blagdon, Newparkes, Oldaways and the Downes, and the manor of Collaton otherwise Collaton Kyrkeham

[no title]  69/M/5/260  5 May 1729

Contents:
To George Parker from A Blount: misunderstanding re sub-poena served on her

[no title]  69/M/5/261  5 May 1729

Contents:
To John Belfield from George Parker, Boringdon: his refusal to confirm the draft

[no title]  69/M/5/262  June 1729

Contents:
Joint answers of Annabella Blount, Edward Southwell and John Merrill to the Bill of Complaint of George Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/263  25 October 1729

Contents:
To George Parker from Johns Furlong, London: Serjeant Glyde has made Parker's motion to the Lord Chancellor's court assisted by the Attorney General and the Solicitor General - the business is as good as completed; justifies expense of using the Attorney General and Solicitor General

[no title]  69/M/5/264  [1729]

Contents:
Affidavit of John Furlong of Plymouth, gent.

[no title]  69/M/5/265  5 February 1729/30

Contents:
To George Parker from John Furlong, London: necessary to amend both bills; arrangements for the case at the Assize; will need Blount's will as evidence in the trial

[no title]  69/M/5/266  9 June 1730

Contents:
To George Parker from John Furlong, London: whereabouts of Mrs Blount; progress of trial; details n how to serve sub-poena on Francis Parker; progress of other sub-poenas

[no title]  69/M/5/267  [c1730]

Contents:
Bill of Complaint in Chancery brought by Francis and Jaquete Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/268  13 August 1730

Contents:
Letter to George Parker from Nicholas Hooper, Fullbrooke: his Answers to the Bill of Mr Francis [Parker]

[no title]  69/M/5/269  [c1730]

Contents:
Answer of George Parker to the Bill of Complaint above

[no title]  69/M/5/270  [c1730]

Contents:
An exception taken by Francis and Jaquete Parker to answer of George Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/271  [c1730]

Contents:
Further answer of George Parker to Francis and Jaquete Parker's exception

[no title]  69/M/5/272  1730

Contents:
Brief on behalf of George Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/273  1730

Contents:
Court order directed to George Parker staying execution of judgement

[no title]  69/M/5/274  1730

two copies

Contents:
Answer of John Belfield to the Bill of Complaint brought by George Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/275  29 January 1730/31

Contents:
To Mr Furlong from George Parker: query re case as Mrs Blount is overseas; on reverse is the opinion of James Glyde dated 2 February

[no title]  69/M/5/276  2 February 1730/31

Contents:
To George Parker from John Furlong: update of progress of the case.

[no title]  69/M/5/277  11 November 1731

Contents:
James Glyde to George Parker: account of the motion to dissolve the injunction

[no title]  69/M/5/278  20 November 1731

Contents:
James Glyde to George Parker: explains why the injunction has been continued; receipt of rents in disputed properties; granting of leases of tenements in Collaton; explanation of guardianship of John Parker's children to allow for the fact that a Roman Catholic can not be a guardian

[no title]  69/M/5/279  [c1731]

Contents:
Answer of John Merrill esquire, to the Bill of Complaint brought by George Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/280  1732

Contents:
Answer of Annabella Blount to the Bill of Complaint brought by George Parker

[no title]  69/M/5/281  1733

Contents:
Exceptions taken by George Parker to the answers of Annabella Blount

[no title]  69/M/5/282  1733/4

Contents:
Draft petition of George, Francis and Jaquete Parker with John Belfield to the House of Lords after a settlement is reached between the parties

[no title]  69/M/5/283  3 January 1733/4

Contents:
To George Parker from John Belfield, London
To Thomas Parker from John Belfield: Thomas
Parker's proposals for resignation of the parsonage; prepared to do any act in relation to Charleton

[no title]  69/M/5/284  11 April 1734

Contents:
To Thomas Parker from John Belfield, Blagdon: discussion of proposals for settlement; will join in additional Articles to allow the money to be used in the purchase of lands

[no title]  69/M/5/285  15 November 1734

Contents:
James Glyde to George Parker: the Recovery of Ruggadon; all papers re Francis's first marriage settlement and lands of the late Edward Blount are to be delivered to Parker to be cancelled; all new purchase deeds should remain in Parker's custody; discussion of Mr Northmore's first marriage settlement. With wrapper

[no title]  69/M/5/286  [1734]

Contents:
From George Parker, Boringdon to [John Belfield] proposes an Act of Parliament to set aside the marriage settlement

[no title]  69/M/5/287  [1734]

Contents:
From George Parker, Boringdon. Addressee unknown: encloses declaration to be included in the Act of Parliament re the title deeds for the lands of the late Edward Blount

[no title]  69/M/5/287A  30 January 1734/5

Contents:
Letter from James Glyde to George Parker: opinion of the draft Act of Parliament; custody of papers

[no title]  69/M/5/288  [1736]

Contents:
Letter to George Parker containing an extract from a Bill of Parliament re the late Edward Blount's lands

[no title]  69/M/5/289  12 April 1734

Contents:
To George Parker from Thomas Parker, Totnes: recounts conversation with Serjeant Belfield; his opinion that the lands must be purchased first before the Act of Parliament

[no title]  69/M/5/290  nd; 1734

Contents:
Draft supplemental Articles of Agreement
1) George Parker of Boringdon, Devon
2) Francis Parker, esquire, younger son of 1), and Jaquete his wife
3) John Belfield Serjeant at Law, father of the said Jaquete
Bestowing of £16,000 for the purchase of lands and agreement to effect an Act of Parliament for settling the lands so purchased

[no title]  69/M/5/291  4 June 1734

Contents:
To George Parker from John Belfield, London: re amendments made to draft by Serjeant Glyde

[no title]  69/M/5/292  13 June 1734

Contents:
To George Parker from John Belfield, London: has written to Blagdon so that they are ready to receive the new Articles; he will prepare a draft of the intended Act of Parliament

[no title]  69/M/5/293  24 June 1734

Contents:
Copy of Serjeant Belfield's letter written at the end of his second draught of an Act: explanation of the draft Act

[no title]  69/M/5/294  [June] 1734

Contents:
To George Parker from John Belfield: letter enclosing a survey of Mr William Northmore's estate in Throwley taken by Belfield's steward John Philip in June 1734; discusses possible offers for the estate

[no title]  69/M/5/295  2 September 1734

Contents:
To Thomas Parker from John Belfield, Blagdon: letter enclosing a survey of the barton of Polsloe; discusses possible offers for the Throwley and the Polsloe estates

[no title]  69/M/5/296  9 September 1734

Contents:
To George Parker from John Belfield, Exeter: results of a further survey of Polsloe; conference with Councillor Martyn, Mr Northmore's agent.

[no title]  69/M/5/297  20 December 1734

Contents:
Approbation by Francis and Jaquete Parker to George Parker: consents to the purchase of Polsloe, Ruggadon and Throwley; will accept these estates in exchange for those settled upon him and his wife upon their marriage

[no title]  69/M/5/298  20 December 1734

Contents:
To George Parker from John Belfield: encloses copy of the text of e42/86 for his approval; describes his verifying of the title of the Throwley Estate; discusses means of payment for the lands

[no title]  69/M/5/299  28 December 1734

Contents:
To George Parker from John Belfield, London: late arrival of the post; believes it will be necessary that the new purchase deeds should be there

[no title]  69/M/5/300  1735

Contents:
Draft of Approbation by Francis and Jaquete Parker to George Parker: accepts exchange of lands purchased by Act of parliament with lands settled on them and their issue upon their marriage; also accepts reversionary interest. With cover

[no title]  69/M/5/301  4 January 1736/7

Contents:
To George Parker from John Belfield, London: it may be necessary to prove the payment of purchase money

[no title]  69/M/5/302  26 May 1737

Contents:
To George Parker from John Belfield, London: believes some of the title deeds should be passed to Francis Parker's custody

[no title]  69/M/5/303  31 May 1737

Contents:
Copy of letter to John Belfield from George Parker: Wishes to retain deeds as proof that he has laid out the purchase money

[no title]  69/M/5/304  4 June 1737

Contents:
To George Parker from John Belfield, London: Francis Parker should hold some of the purchase deeds as proof of his title

[no title]  69/M/5/305  1737

Contents:
Copies of letters to John Belfield from George Parker, Boringdon: 17 June - he must retain deeds 29 August - again refuses to hand over purchase deeds

[no title]  69/M/5/306  21 June 1737

Contents:
To George Parker from John Belfield, London: custody of purchase deeds

[no title]  69/M/5/307  23 December 1737

Contents:
To George Parker from John Belfield: has been forced to start legal action re custody of the purchase deeds

[no title]  69/M/5/308  3 January 1737

Contents:
To George Parker from John Belfield, London: denies Parker's accusation of 'evil designs'

[no title]  69/M/5/309  28 October 1738

Contents:
To George Parker from John Belfield: contains a draft indenture of agreement over custody of the purchase deeds

[no title]  69/M/5/310  November 1738

Contents:
Copy of letter sent by George Parker to John Belfield concerning their settlement of the case

[no title]  69/M/5/311  5 December 1738

Contents:
Copy of a letter to John Belfield from George Parker, Boringdon: protests over Belfield's request that he refund the profits he made from leasing Blount's lands

[no title]  69/M/5/312  30 December 1738

Contents:
To George Parker from John Belfield, London: arrangements re draft indenture; protests at Parker's delays

[no title]  69/M/5/313  nd 18th cent

Contents:
[To John Belfield] from George Parker, Boringdon: accuses Belfield of demanding more from him than had been agreed

[no title]  69/M/5/314  nd 18th cent

Contents:
Two covers from letters between George Parker and John Belfield describing their former contents

Parker v Whinyateer  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/5/315  6 December 1744

Contents:
List of papers taken from Boringdon for use in this case

Parker v Bampfylde  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
The following case concerned a dispute over the ownership of tithes in the parish of North Molton. The case was heard in the Court of Exchequer

[no title]  69/M/5/316  1750

Contents:
Copy answer of Sir Richard Warwick Bampfyld
Bart to the Bill of Complaint of John Parker, esquire

[no title]  69/M/5/317  late 17th cent

Contents:
Notes of Richard Bampfylde's warrants to his bailiffs to pay tithes at North Molton and Twitchen 1555 and 1640; memorandum of Edward Parker's lease of unspecified land to William Gillard of Portlemouth; note from John Roper requesting writing to be undertaken, 1680

Harris v Sullivan  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
The following was a libel suit brought by John Harris, gent., in his capacity of Portreeve and returning officer for Ashburton against Lawrence Sullivan, gent. of the City of London who stood as a parliamentary candidate for the borough. Sullivan was accused of inserting a libellous letter in the London Chronicle criticising the election and in particular the actions of the Portreeve

[no title]  69/M/5/318  [c1761]

Contents:
Letter of advice to [John Harris] telling of Sullivan's popularity and to proceed with caution.
Author unknown

[no title]  69/M/5/319  1761

Contents:
Brief on behalf of John Harris, including copies of witnesses' affidavits

[no title]  69/M/5/320  1761

Contents:
Affidavit of John Taylor, journeyman of the City of London describing the delivery of the letter to the London Chronicle

[no title]  69/M/5/321  [c1761]

Contents:
Draft affidavit of [William] Jones, gent., of Middlesex, who was present at the election

[no title]  69/M/5/322  1761

Contents:
Affidavit of William Jones, gent., of Middlesex identifying Sullivan's handwriting

[no title]  69/M/5/323  1761

Contents:
Exhibit A - the original letter placed by Sullivan in the newspaper

[no title]  69/M/5/324  [c1761]

Contents:
Copy of Sullivan's letter and copy of undertaking not to prosecute the printer of the London Chronicle

Plympton Borough v Palmer  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
The following case, tried at the Devon County Assizes, was brought by the Mayor and Burgesses of Plympton Earle against George Palmer esquire, Palmer was accused of cutting down a flagpole at Plympton Castle, however, the case stemmed from a longer-term dispute between the two parties concerning the ownership of the Castle. The Parkers were involved in the case through their ownership of part of the Castle

[no title]  69/M/5/325  1807

Contents:
Brief on behalf of George Palmer

Falmouth and Flushing Steam Boat Co. Ltd. v George & Chapple  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
The Falmouth and Flushing Steam Boat Co. Ltd. brought this action against competing ferry owners. They claimed ferrying rights had been infringed and trade stolen

[no title]  69/M/5/326  1871

Contents:
Copy opinion of F F Pinder of 6 Pump Court, Temple, on the plaintiffs' case

[no title]  69/M/5/327  1871

Contents:
Opinion of F F Pinder, as above, on the evidence to be brought in support of the plaintiffs' case

Williams v earl of Morley et al  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See also under estate Management PWDRO 69/M/6

Administrative history:
The following case, heard in Chancery, was brought by Charles Francis Williams against Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley, and the vicar and churchwardens of St Mary, Plympton (ie Reverend Merton Smith, Samuel Pomeroy Newbery and William Vosper). The plaintiff complained of damage to his leat at Earl's Mills, Plympton caused by alterations to Tory Brook

[no title]  69/M/5/328  1872-1885

Contents:
Papers re the case Williams v Morley: diversion of a leat running through Plympton St Mary churchyard as part of the diversion of the River Tory

[no title]  69/M/5/329  9 January 1875

Contents:
Letter from Samuel Newbery to George Pridham: their discussion on the earl of Morley's obligation to keep the river channel clear

[no title]  69/M/5/330  1875

Contents:
Transcript of Chancery hearing restraining Lord Morley's diversion of the brook

[no title]  69/M/5/331  1875

Contents:
Letter from Walter Wilson [solicitor] to Newbery concerning the case

[no title]  69/M/5/332  1875

Contents:
Rough notes on the evidence given by William Sheir of Dorchester, Dorset, civil engineer

[no title]  69/M/5/333  1875

Contents:
Rough notes on the evidence given by [George David Bellamy of Plymouth, civil engineer]

[no title]  69/M/5/334  25 July 1875

Contents:
Draft affidavit of Samuel Newbery

[no title]  69/M/5/335  November 1875

Contents:
Notes concerning plan 'S': the construction of a new channel for the River Tory

[no title]  69/M/5/336  17 December 1875

Contents:
Letter to Mr Newbery from Mr Trefusis Smith: progress of the case

[no title]  69/M/5/337  1875

Contents:
Papers and correspondence: diversion of the leat running through Plympton St Mary churchyard

[no title]  69/M/5/338  1875

Contents:
Papers and correspondence: the legal case

[no title]  69/M/5/339  [1875]

Contents:
Letter [addressee unknown] from Lord Morley: meeting to discuss the diversion of the Tory leat

[no title]  69/M/5/340  1876

Contents:
Copy report of Francis Williams Dymond of Exeter, surveyor appointed by the court

[no title]  69/M/5/341  1876-1877

Contents:
Reports of William Sheir: the effect of positioning of a board on top of the retaining and the proposed diversion of the leat; extract copied from 'The Country Gentleman's Newsletter' re the embankment of rivers

[no title]  69/M/5/342  1877

Contents:
Bundle of estate correspondence addressed to Samuel Newbery: the legal case

[no title]  69/M/5/343  1877

Contents:
Report of Francis Williams Dymond, as above, on the amount of damages owed to the plaintiff

Tracey-Elliot v earl of Morley  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
The following dispute concerned fishing rights in the River Plym. Tracey-Elliot, lord of the manor of Leigham, claimed that there were riparian rights attached to his estate of which he was being deprived by the earl of Morley owner of the manor of Woodford and barton of Boringdon (on the opposite bank of the Plym to Leigham manor). The earl of Morley contested that he had sole rights to the Plym at the points in question. The suit which was heard in Chancery upheld the rights of Tracey-Elliot.

Contents:
The papers attached to this case contain a large number of transcripts of title and estate documents. The original documents which were sometimes kept with the transcripts have been replaced into the main series of records.

[no title]  69/M/5/344  [1906]

Contents:
Rough draft of letter outlining documentary evidence found on behalf of Lord Morley

[no title]  69/M/5/345  1906-7

Contents:
Papers concerning the accrual of documentary evidence on behalf of Lord Morley

[no title]  69/M/5/346  1907

Contents:
Transcript of extracts relating to Devon from the Domesday Book

[no title]  69/M/5/347  1907

Contents:
Transcript and translation of extracts from the Book of Aids 1347

[no title]  69/M/5/348  1907

Contents:
Transcript and translation of extracts from Lay Subsidy Rolls 1349

[no title]  69/M/5/349  1907

Contents:
Transcript of extracts from Ministers Accounts, General series 1422-1423

[no title]  69/M/5/350  [1907]

Contents:
Translation of a grant of the manor of Boringdon from the earl of Southampton to Richard Mayhowe of Tavistock gent. 1550

[no title]  69/M/5/351  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of grant of Woodford Manor from the Duke of Suffolk to Richard Mayowe of Plympton St Mary, gent., 1553. Marked no 13

[no title]  69/M/5/352  [1907]

Contents:
Translation of Feoffment of Woodford Manor from the Duke of Suffolk to Richard Mayhowe, as above, 1553. Marked no 14

[no title]  69/M/5/353  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of release of Woodford Manor from the Duke of Suffolk to Richard Mayhowe, as above, 1553. Marked no 15

[no title]  69/M/5/354  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of Defeazance from the Duke of Suffolk to Richard Mayhowe, as above, 1553. Marked no 16

[no title]  69/M/5/355  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of release of Cann Wood and Mere Park, Plympton St Mary, Brydge Rydge in Egg Buckland, and Pryors Park in Plympton [St Maurice] from Edward Grymstone of Suffolk, esquire, to Richard Strode of Newnham, esquire, 1573. Marked no 18

[no title]  69/M/5/356  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of grant of Recognizance concerning Woodford Manor from William Lane of Northants esq, to Jerome Mayhowe of Boringdon, esquire, 1579. Marked no 19

[no title]  69/M/5/357  [1907]

Contents:
Translation of licence to take wood etc. from Boringdon for the repair of Woodford Mills from John Parker of North Molton esq, to Jerome Mayhowe of Plymouth, esquire, and his family, 1582. Marked no 20

[no title]  69/M/5/358  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of covenants to acknowledge and levy a fine of lands in Plymouth and of the Manor of Barton Mills and marshes of Woodford in Plympton St Mary from Edmond Parker to John Parker, 1584

[no title]  69/M/5/359  [1907]

Contents:
Translation of fine following the marriage settlement of John Parker and Frances Mayhowe, 1587
Marked no 22

[no title]  69/M/5/360  [1907]

Contents:
Translation of court roll of Woodford Manor, 1623

[no title]  69/M/5/361  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of grant of Broad Marsh and Mays Marsh from Edmund Parker to Sir Nicholas Slanning of Pendennis Castle, Cornwall 1637

[no title]  69/M/5/362  1907

Contents:
Copy of extracts from the Exchequer special commissions 1638-9

[no title]  69/M/5/363  1907

Contents:
Copy of extracts from the Exchequer special commissions 1640-1

[no title]  69/M/5/364  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of brief for the case of Richard Prade v Simon Hele heard at Exeter Assizes, 1678
Marked no 25

[no title]  69/M/5/365  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of survey of the Manor of Woodford c1700

[no title]  69/M/5/366  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of survey of the Manor of Boringdon and Colebrook c1700

[no title]  69/M/5/367  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of rental of the Manor of Boringdon and Colebrook c1700

[no title]  69/M/5/368  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of list of tenants in Colebrook to come to harvest c1700

[no title]  69/M/5/369  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of lease of Oreston fishery from Sir Richard Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall to John Harris of Radford, esquire, 1719. Marked no 33

[no title]  69/M/5/370  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of Covenants for Oysterage in Cattewater from George Parker to John Bullock of Oreston, victualler, 1719. Marked no 34

[no title]  69/M/5/371  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of court roll and rental for the Manor of Colebrook and Boringdon 1722

[no title]  69/M/5/372  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of lease of the Oysterage in Cattewater from George Parker to Thomas Oxland of Turnchapel, mariner, 1726. Marked no 37

[no title]  69/M/5/373  [1907]

Contents:
Translation of revocation of the uses of the Manor of Boringdon by George Parker 1728. Marked no 38

[no title]  69/M/5/374  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of lease of Cattewater Oysterage from Sir Francis Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, to John Harris of Radford, esquire, 1729. Marked no 39

[no title]  69/M/5/375  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of lease of part of Cattewater Oysterage from John Parker to John Curtis of Turnchapel, ropelayer, 1747. Marked no 42

[no title]  69/M/5/376  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of lease of part of Cattewater Oysterage from John Parker to John Curtis, as above, 1754. Marked no 44

[no title]  69/M/5/377  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of lease of part of the Haking in the Plym from Sir Richard Vyvyan to John Parker, 1757. Marked no 47

[no title]  69/M/5/378  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of covenants for Cattewater Oysterage from John Parker to Joseph Knight of Oreston, mariner, 1771. Marked no 53

[no title]  69/M/5/379  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of lease of Woodford/Marsh Mills from John Parker to Thomas Collard of Tavistock, miller, 1778

[no title]  69/M/5/380  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of lease of Cattewater Oysterage from John Ley, trustee of John Parker, Lord Boringdon to William Rawlar of Morton, Plymstock, fisherman, 1793. Marked no 62

[no title]  69/M/5/381  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of lease of Cattewater Oysterage from John Parker, Lord Boringdon to William Fowler of Oreston, fisherman, 1800. Marked no 63

[no title]  69/M/5/382  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of marriage settlement between John Parker, Lord Boringdon and Lady Augusta Fane, 1804. Marked no 69

[no title]  69/M/5/383  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of agreement concerning a fish hatch and wear on the River Plym between John Parker, Lord Boringdon and Sir Massey Lopes of Maristow, 1814. Marked no 72

[no title]  69/M/5/384  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of lease of the Plym fishery from John Parker, earl of Morley, to Elias Scoble and Thomas Coombs both of Egg Buckland, fishermen, 1828. Marked no 74

[no title]  69/M/5/385  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of condition for letting the Plym fishery, 1836. Marked no 79

[no title]  69/M/5/386  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of covenants for the fishery at Efford from Erving Clark of Efford Manor esq, to John Parker, earl of Morley, 1837. Marked no 80

[no title]  69/M/5/387  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of arbitration award fisheries damaged in the River Plym between John Parker, earl of Morley, and the Plymouth and Dartmoor Mining Company, 1838. Marked no 81

[no title]  69/M/5/388  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of agreement respecting the upper fishery in the Plym between Edmund Parker, earl of Morley, and James Jenkins of 2 Higher St, Plymouth, fisherman, 1849. Marked no 83

[no title]  69/M/5/389  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of set of lands in Plympton St Mary and fishing rights in the Plym from Edmund Parker, earl of Morley, to John Henry Murchison of London, mining agent and others, 1851. Marked no 84

[no title]  69/M/5/390  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of lease of a fishery in the Plym from John Henry Murchison as above to Robert Salmon of Laira, fisherman and others, 1851. Marked no 85

[no title]  69/M/5/391  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of lease of Cattewater Oysterage and fishery from Edmund Parker, earl of Morley, to Samuel Perry of Oreston, fisherman, 1851. Marked no 86

[no title]  69/M/5/392  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of assignment of grants to search for minerals in Plympton St Mary and of fishing rights in the River Plym, 1857. Marked no 87

[no title]  69/M/5/393  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of lease of Cattewater Oysterage and fishery from Edmund Parker, earl of Morley, to Samuel Perry and William Charly both of Oreston, fishermen, 1859

[no title]  69/M/5/394  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of grant of right of fishery in the River Plym from Edmund Parker, earl of Morley, to Erving Clark of Efford Manor, esquire, 1861. Marked no 90

[no title]  69/M/5/395  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of grant of right of fishery in the River Plym from Edmund Parker, earl of Morley, to G W C Soltau-Symons of Chaddlewood, esquire, 1862. Marked no 91

[no title]  69/M/5/396  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of shorthand-writer's notes of proceedings before the Commissioners at Plymouth concerning the earl of Morley's claim to a fish box on the Plym, 1871 Marked no 93

[no title]  69/M/5/397  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of lease of fisheries on the River Plym and Cattewater from Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley, to G W C Soltau-Symons of Chaddlewood, esquire, 1874. Marked no 94

[no title]  69/M/5/398  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of lease of fisheries and oysterages as above from Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley, to Henry Clark of Edgcumbe near Tavistock, esquire, 1880. Marked no 95

[no title]  69/M/5/399  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of lease of right of sporting and fishing from Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley, to Sir Thomas Freake of Warfleet, Dartmouth, 1885. Marked no 96

[no title]  69/M/5/400  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of agreement for sale and purchase of Mainstone, Egg Buckland from Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley, to James John Elliot of Leigham, Egg Buckland, esquire, 1885. Marked no 107

[no title]  69/M/5/401  [1907]

Contents:
Copy of agreement for letting oysterages and fisheries in the Plym and Cattewater from Albert Edmund, earl of Morley, to Godfrey Michell Cowage of Leigham, Egg Buckland, esquire, 1901. Marked no 97

[no title]  69/M/5/402  [1906]

Contents:
Original and transcribed correspondence relating to fisheries on the River Plym, including solicitors' correspondence, 1830-1906

[no title]  69/M/5/403  1906

Contents:
Copy correspondence relating to Cann Weir 1857-1900

[no title]  69/M/5/404  1907

Contents:
Minutes of the proceeding of the case in Chancery, no 1

[no title]  69/M/5/405  1907

Contents:
Minutes of the proceeding of the case in Chancery, no 3

[no title]  69/M/5/406  1907

Contents:
Minutes of the proceeding of the case in Chancery, no 4

[no title]  69/M/5/407  1907

Contents:
Minutes of the proceeding of the case in Chancery, no 5

[no title]  69/M/5/408  1907

Contents:
Transcript of judgement of the case in Chancery, no 6

Foran v the Attorney-General  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/5/409  1915

Contents:
Printed copy of the judgement, 5 March

Miscellaneous legal papers  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/5/409a  30 October 1593

Contents:
Quitclaim
1) Walter Will of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
2) Nicholas Will, father of 1)
Against actions, claims or grants of 1) against 2)

[no title]  69/M/5/409b  nd 1611

Contents:
Covenant
1) Richard Watts of Plympton St Maurice, yeoman
2) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
That 1) will not be sued for tithes by 2)

[no title]  69/M/5/409c  22 May 1617

Contents:
Quitclaim
1) Peter Allen, of Devon, gent.
2) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
Against actions, claims or grants of 1) against 2)

[no title]  69/M/5/410  18 September 1617

Contents:
Summons to attend the ecclesiastical court to be held at Silferton on 22 September 1617.
Addressed to: William Slanning; John Parnell; John Rider; William Phillips, curate; Nicholas Blaucke; Samuel Sweete; Peter Downinge

[no title]  69/M/5/411  25 November 1620

Contents:
Copy of court order discharging the debts due to Crown by Edmund Parker, John Pearse and Fraunces his wife and mother of the said Edmund, for the manor of Woodford. Endorsed with bills of costs and memorandum of payments

[no title]  69/M/5/411a  26 February 1631

Contents:
Quitclaim
1) Thomas and Hugh May of Plymouth, yeomen
2) Edmund Parker of North Molton, esquire
Against actions, claims or grants of 1) against 2)

[no title]  69/M/5/412  12 February 1668/9

Contents:
Letter to Edmund Parker from John Quicke, Exeter: re trial to be held at the Quarter Sessions.
Recommends Mr Edmunds to arrange the business before the trial

[no title]  69/M/5/413  13 February 1668/9

Contents:
Letter to Edmund Parker from Richard White(?)
Exeter: has received his and Mr Quicke's letters.
Will attempt to discover who the jury will be and will endeavour to use his influence to Edmund's advantage

[no title]  69/M/5/414  27 May 1669

Contents:
Letter to Edmund Parker from John Quicke, Newt: re an unspecified legal problem, advising him to use an attorney, and recommending Mr Northmore

[no title]  69/M/5/415  12 February [1669]

Contents:
Letter to Edmund Parker from Thomas Reynell: best wishes for the imminent court case

[no title]  69/M/5/416  14 June [1682]

Contents:
Letter from Thomas Parker, Abbotsleigh to his father: dispute with his father over money. Used in court for the case John Parker v Elizabeth Phillips and Thomas Whingates, nd

[no title]  69/M/5/417  2 April 1683

Contents:
Letter to John Kelland from Simon Hele, Blaxton: dispute between Kelland and Pearse

[no title]  69/M/5/418  27 April 1692

Contents:
From Richard Duke at Otterton: his reconveyance of the fifth yearly rent formerly payable to the Crown to George Parker's father; family news

[no title]  69/M/5/419  nd 17th cent

Contents:
Memorandum of writings taken to the Assize for the trial re the Marshes

[no title]  69/M/5/420  17th cent

Contents:
Queries with legal opinion re the elections under the borough charter

[no title]  69/M/5/421  16 September 1700

Contents:
Quitclaim
1) Mary Whitfield of Crediton, widow, and Edmund and John Whitfield her sons
2) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
Against actions, claims or grants of 1) against 2)

[no title]  69/M/5/422  November 1700

Contents:
A brief of the depositions taken before the coroner at the Inquest on the death of Sir Andrew Slanning

[no title]  69/M/5/423  [1700]

Contents:
Memorandum for Mr Collins listing legal matters needing attention

[no title]  69/M/5/424  10 April 1701

Contents:
Undertaking by George Parker to deliver the uncancelled certain deeds re Treglighe to William Kekewich upon receipt of a counterpart of the assignment of the mortgage to Granville Piper

[no title]  69/M/5/425  17 May 1707

Contents:
Letter to George Parker from Francis Collins, London: Francis Drake has left London; sends his queries re Mr Vernon's opinions re tenants in Somerset; Dincombe's will; bill against Fortescue

[no title]  69/M/5/426  23 July 1715

Contents:
Letter to 'cousin Avent' from ?, Boringdon informing him that Sir Richard Vyvyan, George Parker and John Pollexfen stand seised of the inheritance in fee of Leigh Moor and that no other person has rights of Common over the moor

[no title]  69/M/5/427  11 August 1720

Contents:
Letter from Francis Pengelly to George Parker: his opinion re Simon Hele's claim to an 1/8th part of lands near Blaxton. Enclosed is a memorandum verifying the date of the letter

[no title]  69/M/5/428  16 June 1831

Contents:
Memorandum of an agreement between the earl of Morley, and T H Hays esquire for the determination of a question re a disputed boundary line between the Commons of Leigh Moor and Penmoor, parish of Cornwood

[no title]  69/M/5/429  1847-1850, 1882, 1885

Contents:
Correspondence and papers concerning the earl of Morley's dispute with the Duchy of Cornwall re Lee Moor boundaries: enclosed is a copy of the view of Lee Moor taken on the 8 October 1803

[no title]  69/M/5/430  16 February 1850

Contents:
Letter to Lord Morley from [illegible]: legal dispute [unidentified]

[no title]  69/M/5/431  17 October 1871

Contents:
Case for the opinion of Mr Pinder: lease between Henry Pole Cann esquire and Charles Jeffery. With opinion

[no title]  69/M/5/432  26 June 1862

Contents:
Power of Attorney
Edmund Parker, earl of Morley, appoints Augustus Granville Stapleton of Warbrook, Winchfield, Hants and Clere Talbot of Queen's Road, Saint John's Wood, Middx, esquires to act as Receivers, Agents and Attorneys

[no title]  69/M/5/433  31 July 1878

Contents:
Arbitration award of compensation to be paid by James Hartman esquire to James Horsford and James Adams for damage to crops by rabbits on the estates of Boringdon and Woodford Farms

[no title]  69/M/5/434  1880-1881

Contents:
Legal correspondence re Mr Walker's claim on the earl of Morley's father for debt owing to Messrs Lake and Walker

[no title]  69/M/5/435  1895-1896

Contents:
Correspondence to the earl of Morley and his solicitors re a dispute with the Duchy of Cornwall over ownership of the Prince Rock foreshore

[no title]  69/M/5/436  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Case for opinion. Dispute between Lord Morley and Lord Poltimore re the manor of South Radworthy.
With draft notes re case and rents

ESTATE MANAGEMENT  [no ref. or date]

SCHEDULES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/1  3 July 1694

Contents:
List of papers left in the custody of Mr George Burrard of Lyons Inn London. List drawn up by Francis Collins

[no title]  69/M/6/1a  17th cent

Contents:
Schedule of lands held of the Honour de Trematon within Devon

[no title]  69/M/6/2  [1705]

Contents:
A list of title deeds relating to land in Ugborough, the manor of North Harbourneford and the manor of Ludbrook.

[no title]  69/M/6/3  5 October 1705

Contents:
Account of writings left at Boringdon by Mr Smith re his 1/3rd part of Horner in Diptford; includes receipt issued by Thomas Smith for receiving some of the Smith documents

[no title]  69/M/6/4  20 April 1715

Contents:
List of papers delivered to Francis Pengelly esquire by Francis Collins; with notes re the deeds

[no title]  69/M/6/5  2 April 1737

Contents:
Schedule of title deeds re the barton of Oakhay etc in Stoke Canon, purchased by George Parker

[no title]  69/M/6/6  2 April 1737

Contents:
Schedule of deeds and papers etc re lands called Polsloe, Heavitree, Exeter

[no title]  69/M/6/7  [1785]

Contents:
List of lands purchased by Lord Boringdon, 1773-1785

[no title]  69/M/6/8  26 January 1787

Contents:
Particulars of leases sent to Mr Henry [Ley] from Saltram

[no title]  69/M/6/9  18th cent

Contents:
Reference to an account [now missing] of all the deeds concerning the marriage of John Parker esquire

[no title]  69/M/6/10  18th cent

Contents:
Schedule of deeds re Boringdon, Whiteway and Buckland

[no title]  69/M/6/11  [1807]

Contents:
List of Parker deeds, 1561-1807

[no title]  69/M/6/11a  1818

Contents:
Particulars of deeds sent to Lord Boringdon 1805. Furnished by Mr Ley's office. With draft

[no title]  69/M/6/12  January 1890

Contents:
Schedule of documents re the property of the Rt Hon. Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley, and of his trustees, formerly in the custody of Messrs Woollcombe and Son, solicitors.

[no title]  69/M/6/13  [1895]

Contents:
Bundle containing lists of documents delivered to the earl of Morley by Woollcombe and Son

[no title]  69/M/6/14  1899

Contents:
The earl of Morley's partial list of documents in the deed room at Saltram. Began investigation 6 April 1899

[no title]  69/M/6/15  19th cent

Contents:
Bundle of papers re the earl of Morley's examination of the family documents: list of deeds in various locations

[no title]  69/M/6/16  19th cent

Contents:
Lord Morley's notes re the contents of documents drawers; marriage settlements

ESTATE BUNDLES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/17  1676-1841

Contents:
Estate papers: assignment of Thomas Hill, 1676; notes re leases, 17th cent; construction of a deer park, 1700; Mr Newcombe's correspondence re tenancies, 1710-11; Mr Tapson's mortgage, 1741; manor of Trinity Leigh; St John' Hospital, Exeter, 1772; Miss Hickes's accounts for the manor of Upcott, 1777-93; manor of Upcott, 1797; Willtown Estate, 1798; plan of waste adjoining River Tory, 1813; dispute between the Embankment and Railway Companies, 1824; receipts and expenses 1824-5; schedule of deeds re lands in Plympton St Mary, 1826; construction of the Lary [Laira] Bridge, 1826, 1840; dispute re Mount Batten, 1828; Winterhill, 1830; repairs at Court Barton, 1833; tender, 1833; extracts from Acts re crops rents to which tenants are entitled, 1834; departure of Mr Yolland, 1837; sketch of Crown Hill Down and Blackaller, 1838; note of rack rents for manorial properties, [1838]; labourers account, 1838; Mrs Andrew's annuity, 1839-40; reform of corporations, 1839; title to manor of Plympton, 1840; Plympton St Mary Railway, 1840; valuation of property at Saltram for probate duty, 1840; Mount Batten Quarry, 1840; valuations of various tenements in Kingsbridge and West and East Alvington, 1840; supply of water from Hardwick to the Hay Estate, 1840; receipt for George Waite's life insurance premium, 1840; work at Chelson, 1840; bills of H R Bolton for fine art restoration work at Saltram (references to works by Vandyke, Poussin, Kauffman, Hudson, Artois, Phillips and Orizonte) 1840-1841;
Chelson Meadow sluice, 1840-1841; Bruces' Estate, 1841; memorandum of Lord Morley's lands in Egg Buckland, 1841; various bills and receipts; general tenancy administration

[no title]  69/M/6/18  1838-1872

Contents:
Bundle of Saltram accounts and papers: sketch of income, 1838; statement of encumbrances, 1840; statement of liabilities, 1840-1842; Lary [Laira] embankment, notes, 1841; notes on liabilities, 1844, 1846; statement of accounts, 1846; letter re South Devon Railway, Chelson meadow, woods and forests, 1848; debts, 1852; liabilities 1855-1867; Mr Tucker's rent account, 1859; abstract of rentals, cash and repairs accounts, 1862- 1863; Saltram Estate funeral expenses, list of mortgages and repairs account, 1864; Saltram Estate cash accounts, subscriptions, interest and Lee Moor Works, 1864-1867; Saltram Estate general balance sheet, bankers' accounts and ledger accounts, 1868-1870, and arrears of rents and tithes, 1868, and rentals, 1871, account arrears, 1872.

[no title]  69/M/6/19  1839-1844

Contents:
Estate papers: Morley v Richard Shilson re debts due; burning of lime; warrants to bailiffs to distrain and take inventories re John Jordan, George William Reeve and Ebenezer Lethbridge; list of cards issued for a tenants' dinner at Saltram to celebrate the earl's marriage; summary of repairs; repayment of duty on tithes; receipt for produce at sale at Betoe's Park; bills addressed to the Plymouth and Devonport Race Committee; copy of stipulations to be made before granting a sett of Plym Bridge Marshes; agreements to let

[no title]  69/M/6/20  1842-1855

Contents:
Estate papers: bills of H R Bolton for fine art restoration work at Saltram (see M/6/17 above), 1842-1845; Plympton St Mary tithes, 1842; Egg Buckland tithes, 1842; Anne Dunn maintenance at Exeter Asylum, 1843; Mr Langworthy's improvements near Plympton Castle, 1843; tax returns, 1843; spiritual letter to Mr Sarah from George Dawe, 1844; Mainstone Estate, 1844; tithe defaulters, 1844; Lord Morley's sheep and the hay crop, 1844; estate of the late John Blake, 1844; Plymouth Eastern Turnpike, 1845; Maudlyn Charity, 1845; tenders for Colebrook Estate, 1845; Falmouth Harbour, 1845; potato blight, 1845; tax assessments, 1845; H Barnett and Sons bill for work at Saltram, 1846; proposed county rate, 1846; list of tenements in Lower and Higher Lee, 1846; schedule of leases for lives, 1847; Lary [Laira] Bridge tolls, 1848; property tax, 1848; particulars of Saltram Farm and of farm stock, 1848; assessed taxes, 1848; Lord Morley's cattle, 1848; terms of letting of Merafield, 1849; note of accounts, 1849; the Stone Estate, parish of Morley, 1849-1850; notes re Mr Davies' tenancy at Pomphlett, 1849; lands in Colebrook, 1850; extracts from the tithe apportionment for the parish of Shaugh, 1850; correspondence between Lord Morley and Mr Portman re a dispute over the boundary of the Forest of Dartmoor, 1850; conditions for letting of Higher Broomage, 1851; tender for Pomphlett Farm, 1852; report on Mrs Andrew's, 1853; Legal bill for Phillips v Phillips, 1853; Lee Moor Railway, 1855; tenant's requests and general tenancy news; bills and receipts

[no title]  69/M/6/21  1849-1856

Contents:
Bundle of masons and carpenters estimates for work on the following properties: Saltram, 1849; Merafield Farm, 1849; salmon hatch near Frank's pool, 1849; Colebrook Estate, 1849; Pomphlett Estate and house, 1852; Lower Woodford Farm House, 1852; Lynch Barn, 1853; cottage at Mainstone, 1853; cottages at Colebrook; 1852-3; Billacombe House, 1855; Saltram Point Quay, 1855; Higher Woodford Farm, 1856.

[no title]  69/M/6/22  1851-1863

Contents:
Bundle of masons and carpenters specifications, estimates and agreements for work at the following properties: Lower Woodford, 1851; Woodford Farm, 1857; Dartmouth Quarry houses, 1857; Colebrook, 1857; Woodford farm house, 1857; Wixenford, 1857; Hardwick Farm, 1859; Yardick, 1859; Higher Woodford Farm, 1860; Higher Lee Estate, 1863.

[no title]  69/M/6/23  1854-1859

Contents:
Bundle of estate correspondence concerning the Boringdon Estate: copy of the will of James Butland of Boringdon Hall, 1854; notes on sales at the Boringdon Estate, 1857; orders of distraint on the property of James, John and Edward Butland upon goods and chattels at Boringdon for rent arrears by the earl of Morley, 1857; account for rent due, 1857; draft advertisement for the letting of the Boringdon Estate, 1857; tenders for work at Boringdon with correspondence with John Widdicombe about Boringdon, 1858; notes on acreages at Boringdon, nd; Bill for work done, 1859

[no title]  69/M/6/24  1856-1859

Contents:
Estate papers: regulations for the Hind at Saltram Farm, 1856; windmills, 1856; tenders for the Boringdon Estate, 1857, with notes re the Estate; Lee Moor boundaries, 1857; correspondence with William Phillips concerning the Lee Moor Clay Works, 1857-1859; papers concerning the Infant's School at Underwood, 1857; agreement for work for Charles Gordon, [1858]; buildings at Boringdon Barton, 1858; tenders for Pomphlett and Saltram, 1858; estate of the late Captain John Parker, 1858; re-seating of Plympton St Mary parish church, 1859; estimates and plan for work at Hardwick, 1859; general tenancy correspondence

[no title]  69/M/6/25  1860-1865

Contents:
Estate papers: valuation of repairs on Colebrook Farm, 1860; Plympton St Mary Church Restoration Fund, 1860; memorandum re accounts for Chelson Meadow, 1860; letting of Saltram Farm, 1861; Richard Pole's rent account, 1861; estimate for work at Higher Colebrook, 1861; proceeds of wreck for Hundred of Coleridge, 1861; claim of the parish of Brixton addressed to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, 1861; annexation of Chelson Meadow to the parish of Plympton St Mary, 1862; meaning of word 'crundle', 1862; payment of forfeit after Newmarket and Houghton meetings, 1862; estimate for work at Pomphlett Farm, 1863; cash accounts for the Saltram Estate, 1863; Plympton St Mary valuation list, 1863; Chelson Meadow valuation list, 1863; notice of closure of private roads and grounds at Saltram, 1863; bill for work at Cann Quarry, 1863; cheques drawn by Mr Stapleton, 1863; ratability of the Lary [Laira] Bridge and the Blaxton Enclosure, 1864; correspondence re Featherstonhaugh v the Lee Moor Co., 1864; Lawrence Path's prices for letting lands, 1864; sand barges at Blaxton Enclosure, 1864; cottages for Mr Dawe's labourers, 1864; collecting rental for Plympton St Mary tithe, 1864, 1865; South Hams Railway, 1964; bridges near Merafield and Stag Lodge, 1864-1865, with plan; correspondence with Mr Beer re supply of lime to Plymouth carts, 1865; note of debts on the estate, 1865; various bills and receipts; general estate administration

[no title]  69/M/6/26  1861-1862

Contents:
Correspondence between Lord Morley and C Clements, C Talbot and A Stapleton mainly re the Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Works: shares; Phillips's debts; taking up of the mortgage; Board meetings; quality of the clay; effect of the American Civil War on cotton; the Prince Consort's death; Chelson Meadow; drama festival at Saltram; Reynold's painting of Kitty Fisher; Phillips hands over to Mr Harris

[no title]  69/M/6/27  May 1862

Contents:
Correspondence re Chelson Meadow: from the Poor Law Board to A G Stapleton re extra-parochial status; to A G Stapleton from G Pridham re the proposal to annex Chelson Meadow as a separate parish to the Poor Law Union; to George Pridham from J W Soltau re his part in the Poor Law Board's inspection of Chelson Meadow; from A G Stapleton to C Gilpin of the Poor Law Board giving the earl of Morley's consent to Chelson Meadow's annexation

[no title]  69/M/6/28a,b  1864-1901

Contents:
Papers re succession duty payable by Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley, on the death of his father Edmund: returns of timber sales on which duty to be paid; correspondence with the Estate Duty Office; receipts for payments; account of the succession in real property; account of the personal estate; duty on legacy payment to Lady Katherine Emily Parker; rental for various manors, Michaelmas 1864-1865

[no title]  69/M/6/29  1866-1869

Contents:
Estate papers: schedule of mortgages, 1866; notes of rent payments, 1866; arrears at the Christmas rent court, 1866; accounts re work on Cann Quarry, 1866; deposit of rubble at the foot of the Laira Embankment, 1866; collecting rental of Plympton St Mary tithe, 1866, with notes of arrears; note of assets and liabilities, 1866; labour accounts for repair of the Blaxton Embankment, 1866; gale, 1866; Lynch Estate, 1867; net proceeds of wreck in the Hundred of Coleridge, 1867; dedication of the New Road through Aldwin's orchard, 1867; applications for the position of land steward following the death of John Sarah, 1868; notes re workmen at Saltram, 1868; moiety of Collaford, 1868; work at Merafield, Saltram, 1868; conditions of properties in the parish of Plympton St Mary, 1868; payment of rent by the Ermington and Plympton Highway Board, 1868; conveyance of property from the Duke of Bedford to Lord Boringdon in 1807, 1868-9; Colehanger rental, 1868; construction of a road, Boringdon Villas, 1869; copy of the annual report: of Plympton St Mary sewer authority, 1869; Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway, 1869; repair of roads in the Ermington and Plympton highway District, 1869; plan of sewage tank for Plympton St Mary, 1869; explanation of Samuel Newbery's position as Guardian and Overseer of Chelson Meadow, 1869; general tenancy business; receipts; accounts

[no title]  69/M/6/30  2 November 1868

Contents:
Articles of Agreement
1) James Stephens of Plympton St Maurice, contractor, and William Hammett of Plymouth, contractor
2) The Reverend Edward George Hunt, clerk, William Hole Evens, gent., Richard Sowton of Yealmpton, yeoman, George Dewdney of Chaddlewood, yeoman, Samuel P Newbery of Boringdon Villas, land agent, Richard Kingdon of Underwood, butcher and Andrew Walk of Colebrook, gent., all members of Plympton St Mary Sewage Committee
Contract for the construction of a sewer at Lower
Colebrook, Plympton St Mary. Includes a specification of works
Enclosed is an estimate of costs by Andrew and Son

[no title]  69/M/6/31  1870-1872

Contents:
Estate papers: complaint re sewage nuisance in Plympton St Mary, 1870; return of wood and plants used on the Saltram Estate, 1870; Colehanger Estate and Betoes Park, 1870-1; South Devon and Cornwall Railway - fire threat, 1870; sewage overflow from Joels Field, 1870; annual report of Plympton St Mary Sewer Authority, 1870; plan and valuation of Bray's Cottage, Egg Buckland, 1871; valuation of various interest in Higher Colehanger, 1871; removal of sand from the Tory and upper part of the Laira, 1871; insurance policy, 1872; conveyance of cottage and garden at Plympton St Mary, 1872; account of timber delivered to Saltram, 1872; establishment of Local Government Board at Plympton, 1872; timber sales, 1872; application from for shares in the Plympton Iron Mining Company, 1872; general tenancy correspondence; bills and receipts

[no title]  69/M/6/32  1873-1874

Contents:
Estate papers: account of timber and fire wood used on the Saltram Estate, 1872; diversion of the leat and the Tory River, with plan for digging of new channel, 1873; Modbury Turnpike, 1873; nomination of Samuel Newbery as Overseer of the Poor for Chelson Meadow, 1873; receipts of wreck in the Hundred of Coleridge, 1873-4; proposed collecting rental for Saltram, 1873; prospectus of the Coal-Economising Gas Company Limited, 1873; proposed basis for a county rate, 1873; lease of foreshore adjoining Saltram, 1873; Lee Moor Clay Company, 1873; Colehanger, 1873; installation of gas burners at Saltram by the Eupion Fuel and Gas Company Ltd., 1873-4; list of recipients of the Maudlyn Charity, 1873; list of persons employed on the Saltram Estate, 1873; Laira Day School, 1874; report on Hay and Thornfield Farms, 1874; Mrs Andrew's annuity, 1874; dispute with Charles Williams of Ridgway Saw Mills re sand pollution, 1874; Plympton St Mary Bridge, 1874; terms for supply, of the Plympton Gas Company, 1874; estimates for laying pipes for supply of gas to Saltram, 1874; construction of a wall at Priory Mills, 1874; sand lodged in the River Tory, 1874; brackets for Saltram House, 1874; bills for various work; general tenancy business; receipts

[no title]  69/M/6/33  1875

Contents:
Estate papers: liquidation of the Eupion Fuel and Gas Co. Ltd and its claim against Lord Morley; Priory Mills; dispute between Lord Morley, and Mr Williams re accumulation of sand in the River Tory and the digging of a new channel, with plan of new and old channels; brackets at Saltram House; gas supply for Saltram House - Plympton Gas Company; Mr Corfield's case; income tax; dispute with Williams re diversion of the leat running through Plympton St Mary churchyard; general estate administration

[no title]  69/M/6/34  1876-1878

Contents:
Estate papers: dispute with William re. diversion of a leat, with reports of Plympton St Mary vestry meetings concerning diversion of a leat running through the churchyard, 1876-7; appointment of Samuel Newbery as overseer of the poor for Chelson Meadow, 1876; Burials' Bill, 1876; Priory Mills, 1876; cost of drainage of several marshes, 1876; seats in Plympton St Mary church, 1876; hearing of the case Williams v Morley, 1876; granting of permission to postal authorities for placing of a letter box, 1876; sale of Polsloe lands, 1877; Great Western Railway, 1877; absolute order of the Inclosure Commissioners for England and Wales, 1877; Woodford farm buildings and Pomphlett Cottages, 1877; income tax, 1877; adverts for publications on various new Acts of Parliament, 1878; Polsloe timber sale, 1878; personal correspondence re a practical joke, 1878 meaning of the word 'Roostrum'; Samuel Newbery's IOU to Mr Truscoli; bills and receipts; general estate administration

[no title]  69/M/6/35  1879-1883

Contents:
Estate papers: South Devon Railway Co.'s intention to purchase land in Colebrook, 1879; Mount Batten Quarry, 1879; Survey of Saltram property, 1879; tenant security rules, [1879]; list of tenancies at Saltram, 1879; calculations re sales, 1877-9; Agricultural Co-operative Association Ltd, 1880; right of access to leat covered over by Plympton St Mary Union Board of Guardians, 1880; county rate, 1880; Plympton St Mary Union byelaws under the Elementary Education Act, 1880; proposed formation of a local board at Plympton, 1881-2; Mr Pole's executors' claim, 1881; receipt of wrecks, 1881; Saltram sewage drains, 1881; Whiteway Estate, 1881; removal of sand from the Tory Brook, 1881; Tory Brook channel, 1882; plan of Priory Mills, 1882; Plympton St Mary sewer authority, 1882; inspection of Marsh Mills leat, 1882; rating for Membland, 1883; Armistead v Miles, 1883; Williams v Morley re diversion of the mill leat from the Tory Brook, 1883; proposed railway from Exeter to Torquay and Plymouth, 1883; Mr Horton's rent account, 1883; general estate administration; bills and receipts

[no title]  69/M/6/36  1884-1886

Contents:
Bundle of papers concerning the erection of a dwelling house at Merafield farm, Plympton; Bill of Rowell and Son of Newton Abbot for work on Merafield, 1884-5; list of tenders for the dwelling house, nd c1884; general conditions of contract, nd c1884; memoranda on proposed new house at Merafield Farm, 1884; bills and receipts for Messrs Pethick Bros., builders, 1884-5; correspondence with Rowell and Son 1884-6; ground plans by Rowell and Son, c1885; extract from an OS map showing the site of the house, 1885.

[no title]  69/M/6/37  1884-1887

Contents:
Estate papers: Road from Higher Leigham to Plym Bridge, with plan, 1884; construction of a new house at Merafield, 1884; establishment of a dry dock at Mount Batten, 1884; Plympton workhouse water supply, 1884; proposed sale of part of the Polsloe Estate, 1884; notification re Representation of the People Act of 1884, 1885; purchase of Mainstone, 1885; dispute re the Plym River and Estuary fishery, 1885; Plympton Board of Guardians, 1885; work on Saltram manor, 1886; Plympton St Mary rates, 1886; discrepancies in Newbery's accounts, 1886; Trowlesworthy Warren, 1886; dispute between Newbery and Mr Bishop, 1886; copy of the Lary [Laira] Bridge Act of 1823; labour account, 1887; Priory Mills, 1887; Cholwich Town boundary, 1887; erection of buildings at Merafield, 1887; totals of work done at Saltram manor, 1887; Clawlands water supply, 1887; general administrative business; bills and receipts

[no title]  69/M/6/38  1888-1889

Contents:
Estate papers: Plym fishery, 1888; Hardwick, 1888; Overstone's mortgage, 1888-1889; Mr Dawe's engine, 1888; sale of Castle Ditches, Plympton, 1888; mortgages on the Saltram Estate, 1888; dispute between Mr Woollcombe and Mr Smith, 1888; Plymouth Corporation's proposed laying of a pipe for water supply over the Lary [Laira] Bridge, 1888; Lee Moor Clay Works, 1888-1889; Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway, 1888-1889; Mays Marsh, 1888; conveyance of Trowlesworthy water leet, 1888; note of requisitions re loan, 1888; the Clawlands, 1888; county council elections, 1881; valuation list for Chelson Meadows, 1888; correspondence with Newbery re timber sales arrears, 1888-9; Laira drainage, 1889; new arrangement for the Saltram Estate account, 1889; Samuel Newbery's financial difficulties and misappropriation of funds, 1889; sale of willow bed, 1889; Mount Pleasant Road, 1889; county rate, 1889; declaration of Mary Jane and Charles Henry Blight, 1889; schedules of documents transferred; general administrative business; bills and receipts

[no title]  69/M/6/39  1890-1892

Contents:
Estate papers: delivery of deeds from William Woollcombe, 1890; damage to Laira Marshes caused by dredging, 1890; the Stone Estate, 1890; The Devonshire Brick Company, 1890; deeds in the possession of Mr Preston Bishop, 1890; Rock mortgage and Lord Overstone's trustees, 1890; registration of voters, 1890; timber sales, 1890; statement of Mr Martin of Colebrook's accounts, 1890; Lord Morley and Penny, 1890-1892; memoranda of the sale of felled trees on the Saltram Estate, 1891-2; Mr Nelder's rent accounts, 1891; Mr Kelly's claims re Mount Batten, 1891; Mabel Goodyear's apology for damage to shrubs at Chelson Meadow Embankment, 1891; Plympton St Mary conventionary rents, 1891; Pitwood's houses, 1891; labour at Saltram, 1891; Sparkes Hall and Sparkwell Lodge, Colebrook, 1891; timber account, 1891; Polsloe Mills, 1891; Hodge bankruptcy, 1892; proposed plan for new stable at Merafield Farm, 1892; placing of a letter box in Plympton, 1892; Plymouth and Dartmoor line, 1892; bills and receipts; general estate administration

[no title]  69/M/6/40  1893-1894

Contents:
Estate papers: complaints re state of Plympton Castle, 1893; the late Mr Sparkes-Halls, 1893; correspondence with the Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway Company re letting of tolls on the Laira Bridge, 1893; dispute between the Plymouth Corporation and Lord Morley re compensation for water being impounded in Burrator reservoir, 1893; Marsh Mills, 1893; The Elburton Fields, 1893; Plymouth and Stonehouse water bills, 1893; Morley and Penny, 1893; water agreement with Sir Massey Lopes, 1893; Plympton Castle Green, 1893; annual report of the Medical Officer of Health for Plympton St Mary rural sanitary Authority for 1893, 1894; annexation of Chelson Meadow to the parish of Plympton St Mary, 1894; Laira Bridge water mains, 1894; plans for drainage and irrigation of the willow bed at Saltram, 1894; memoranda of sale of felled trees on the Saltram Estate, 1894; bills and receipts; general estate administration

[no title]  69/M/6/41  1894

Contents:
Bundle of papers re the merger of Chelson Meadow parish with Plymouth St Andrew under the Local Government Acts of 1888 and 1894. Includes: income tax receipt for Plympton St Mary, 1893; bill and receipt for George Selleck 1894.

[no title]  69/M/6/42  September-June 1895-1896

Contents:
Correspondence concerning the conveyance of property for Lee Moor Burial Ground

[no title]  69/M/6/43  1895-1899

Contents:
Estate papers: Sparkwell Lodge, 1895; applicants for allotments for Colebrook and Underwood, 1895; Plympton Castle, 1895; Compton and Plympton drainage schemes, 1895; Newbery's ill health, 1895; correspondence with Plympton highway Authority re fencing of Plympton station road, 1895; Newbery's misappropriation of funds, 1895; appointment of J E Holmes as agent for Saltram, 1895; rent arrears, 1895; meeting of Mr Newbery's creditors and arrangement of his affairs, 1895, 1898; no 4 Boringdon Villas, 1895; labour accounts, 1897; Rock Life Assurance Company, 1897, 1899; ferry between Cattedown and Oreston, 1898; Mary Bache, deceased, 1898; establishment of a Home for Incurables at Plympton, 1899; bills and receipts; general estate administration

[no title]  69/M/6/44  1895 Aug - 1895 Dec

Contents:
Estate correspondence to Mr Holmes: from Great Western Railway re cottages at Cann; rent payments Lamorna Yacht; sale of wreck, hundred of Coleridge; Plymouth, Devonport and Stonehouse races; no 4 Boringdon Villas; Yealmpton railway; repairs of siding at Marsh Mills; no 6 Boringdon terrace, Plympton; Wesleyan Cemetery, Lee Moor; sale of land to the Great Western Railway; Cattewater Harbour Commission; Laira Bridge tolls; Laira quay; line of telegraph, Mount Batten; land at Mount Batten; general tenancy administration; bills and receipts

[no title]  69/M/6/45  1896 Jan - 1896 Dec

Contents:
Estate correspondence to Mr Holmes: Billacombe Quarry - exchange of land between Lord Morley and the Duke of Bedford; land at Mount Batten; Great Western Railway; Marsh Mills siding; Yealmpton Railway; cottages at Cann; no 2 Boringdon Villas; payment of rent; Laira Bridge tolls; South Hams railway; River Tory Bridge; no 4 Boringdon Villas; Plympton Union rating; Plympton castle; Plym Bridge cottage; revaluation of Plympton Union; South Hams Railway; Yacht Lamorna; Isolation Hospital, Truro; rifle range at Mount Batten; wreck, hundred of Coleridge; West of England Fish Guano Company Ltd; Priory Mill; Sparkwell Lodge; general tenancy administration; bills and receipts

[no title]  69/M/6/46  1897 Jan - 1897 Dec

Contents:
Estate correspondence to Mr Holmes: Hundred of Coleridge - wreck; Billacombe exchange; Pomphlett stores; Plympton Castle; Great Western railway; Yealmpton railway; Laira Bridge gate; Cann cottages; Octagon Brewery; Marsh Mills siding; Plympton Royal celebrations; London and South Western railway; Plympton Union; South Coast Guano Company; Plymstock Railway water supply; Mount Batten; Cann Quarry; Pomphlett Well; Argyle Football club; poaching; Maudlyn Charity; Plym Bridge cottage; bills and receipts; general tenancy administration

[no title]  69/M/6/47  1898 Jan - 1898 Dec

Contents:
Estate correspondence to Mr Holmes: Marsh Mills Leakage; poaching; Hundred of Coleridge - wreck; Laira Bridge Tolls; Burrator reservoir; Culm stores; Great Western Railway; Pomphlett Stores; Argyle football club; Plymstock water supply; Cattewater Ferry; South Hams Line; Laira Lodge; Mount Batten; Lee Moor cottages; Marsh Mills; Billacombe Villas; coming-of-age of Lord Boringdon; South Coast Guano Company; powder magazine at Mount Batten; Billacombe Villas; Sparkwell Lodge; River Plym; Yealm Park Villa; Saltram Estate; Lee Moor cottages; sale of land at Billacombe; bills and receipts; general tenancy administration

[no title]  69/M/6/48  19th cent

Contents:
Estate papers: measurements for lands in Polsloe; rents for lands in Saltram and various unidentified places; notes re cottages; notes re a railroad wharf; tender for unspecified property; part of a letter re Polsloe and Saltram Farm; Newbery's notes re Plympton St Mary Board; letter from W Rowell enclosing a press copy; powder magazine at Southdown; Brixton Farm; copy of William Hope's authorisation to collect fees from those landing at Saltram; correspondence re Miss Lovering's books; plan showing the diversion of a private road in Cann Wood; list of [tenants] in various properties; seats in Plympton St Mary church; letter from Mr Yolland re settling of accounts; request for subscription to Broadwoodwidger Church fund; Mrs Dewdney' illness; accounts; notes on Keeper's wages for the Saltram Estate

[no title]  69/M/6/49  1900-1939

Contents:
Estate papers: proposed sale of Mount Batten to Mr King, 1900; letter from Marianne Newbery requesting money, 1900; creation of a main road, 1900; list of Saltram fire appliances, 1900; tax, 1901; coronation festivities, 1902; school treat, 1903; Lord Clinton's agency, 1903; Plymouth refuse destruction, Prince Rock, 1903; damage caused by storm at Plympton, 1903; letter from Mr Cavendish at the Treasury requesting that Morley arbitrate upon the apportionment of the cost of the Eastern mail service between Britain and the colonies of Ceylon, Straits Settlements and Hong Kong, 1903; Lord Morley, deceased, 1905; Mount Batten Castle, 1909; order for double soot door at Saltram, 1929; Plympton Constitutional Club, 1930; plan and description of centrifugal pumps, 1930; fuel and lighting order, 1939; bills and receipts; general tenancy administration

[no title]  69/M/6/50  1900 Jan - 1900 Dec

Contents:
Estate correspondence to Mr Holmes: Mount Batten factory; Morley Arms; Geason's sewer, Plympton St Mary; sale of land to Mr Prynne; Lee Moor cottages; Lord Morley to Parkes; Lee Moor Railway; Egg Buckland and Compton drainage; Priory Mill cottage; sale of lands to Mr Crews; Mount Batten; Great Western Railway; Octagon Brewery Ltd; bills and receipts; general tenancy administration

[no title]  69/M/6/51  1902 Jan - 1902 Dec

Contents:
Estate correspondence to Mr Holmes: Plympton Gas Company; stables at Prince Rock and Laira; Mount Batten; Marsh Mills; Cann Viaduct; Plympton St Mary Rural District Council; Ian meadow and Priory Meadow; Priory Willow Bed; Strode's estates; Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway Co.; Sparkwell Villas, Plympton; Oreston Ferry; Fernhill farm, Shaugh; bill and receipts, general tenancy administration

[no title]  69/M/6/52  1903 Jan - 1903 Dec

Contents:
Estate correspondence to Mr Holmes: land at Laira; Mount Batten coast guard station; Ian meadow; Cann viaduct; Oreston ferry; Mount Batten; Marsh Mills; Pomphlett Lake; Hundred of Coleridge - wreck; Morley Villas; bills and receipts; general tenancy administration

[no title]  69/M/6/53  1904 Jan - 1904 Dec

Contents:
Estate correspondence to Mr Holmes: Castle ditches; Lord Morley's sales; Castle Inn, Mount Batten; Plympton gas Co; Willow plot - Kitt; land at Mount Batten; Cann Viaduct; sale of wreck from the Hundred of Coleridge; Lee Moor; Coleland Bridge Water; Ian meadow; Marsh Mills; Fish, Guano and Oil Company Ltd; Plympton water supply; Oreston ferry; Great Western Railway; Plym fishery; bills and receipts; general tenancy administration

[no title]  69/M/6/54  1905 Jan - 1906 Dec

Contents:
Estate correspondence to Mr Holmes: Plym Fishery; Castle Inn, Mount Batten; Boringdon Villas; Maudlyn Charity; Lord Morley deceased; Rock Life Assurance Co.; Reynolds pictures; additional water supply for Plympton; Mount Batten rifle range; Sutton Harbour Improvement Company; Lee Moor water supply; Chelson meadow telegraph office; Plympton Castle; Saltram Estate; Hundred of Coleridge; castle ditches; Cann Viaduct; Boringdon Villas; bills and receipts; general tenancy administration

[no title]  69/M/6/55  1906 Jan - 1906 Dec

Contents:
Estate correspondence to Mr Holmes: Mount Batten coast guard station; Cann Quarry; Devonport Dockyard - supply of fascines; Tracey-Elliot; Cann weir; Plym Fishery; Billacombe building estate; Plympton water; Saltram Estate; Marsh Mills; Whiteway Estate; Rock Life Assurance Co.; Lee Moor Clay Works; Great Western Railway Co.; Ian meadows; Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway Co.; Oreston Ferry; bills and receipts; general tenancy administration

[no title]  69/M/6/56  1907 Jan - 1907 Dec

Contents:
Estate correspondence to Mr Holmes: Mount Batten Yard; Plympton Gas Co.; Mount Batten coast guard station; Mount Batten Castle; quarries and quays at Pomphlett; Cornwood Manor; Wenvoe Castle Estate; Great Western Railway; Cann Viaduct; Plymouth harbour survey; Lee Moor; Willesden Paper and Canvas Works Ltd; Tracey-Elliot v Lord Morley; Plym Fishery; Castle Inn, Mount Batten; Morley Arms, Laira; Devonport Dockyard - supply of fascines; Whiteway Estate; Wheal George; bills and receipts; general tenancy administration

[no title]  69/M/6/57  1908 Jan - 1908 Dec

Contents:
Estate correspondence to Mr Holmes: Pomphlett quarries; Lee Moor water supply; Hundred of Coleridge; Morley Arms; blackgame; Castle Inn, Mount Batten; Great Western railway; Whiteway Estate; Plympton sewers; Ditsworthy Warren; bills and receipts; general tenancy administration

[no title]  69/M/6/58  1909 Jan - 1909 Dec

Contents:
Estate correspondence to Mr Holmes: Hundred of Coleridge - wreck; Lee Moor Water supply; Morley Arms, Plymstock; Wotter Clay Works; Marsh Mills; Mount Batten; Pomphlett foot path; Whiteway Estate; Laira Bridge; Plympton cattle market; Dartmoor China Clay Company; bills and receipts; general tenancy administration

[no title]  69/M/6/59  1910 Jan - 1910 Dec

Contents:
Estate correspondence to Mr Holmes: Mount Batten castle; Castle Inn, Mount Batten; Lee Moor water supply; Healey and Gower; swaling regulations; Forest of Dartmoor; Whiteway Estate; Mount Batten rifle range; Saltram House; Tory River bridge; mineral rights duty; Lady Katherine Parker deceased; bills and receipts; general tenancy administration

[no title]  69/M/6/60  1911 Jan - 1911 Dec

Contents:
Estate correspondence to Mr Holmes: Priory Meadow; W G Vosper deceased; Great Western Railway; Whiteway Estate; Hardwick farm; insurance; Marsh Mills leat outlets; Tory Brook Bridge, Plympton; Priory Mills; bills and receipts; general tenancy administration

SURVEYS AND VALUATIONS  [no ref. or date]

COLERIDGE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/61  19th cent

Contents:
Terrier of the Rawleigh Estate in Coleridge

CORNWOOD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/62  1847

Contents:
Cholwich Town: survey and report

[no title]  69/M/6/63  nd [C17th]

Contents:
Valuation of unidentified small properties including Finckdale garden

PLYMPTON ST MARY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/64  1628, 1629

Contents:
Three notes concerning the valuation of lands held on lease by Jerome Vestments. Lands in Colebrook Down, Crookings Parke, Lunche Parke, Backemore, Bowehill and Colbrooke Town

[no title]  69/M/6/65  11 September 1640

Contents:
An inquisition or survey of the farm called Saltram, Plympton St Mary and land belonging to the same, parcels of the estate of Sir James Bagg, deceased

[no title]  69/M/6/66  nd [c17th]

Contents:
Survey of the barton of Hardwick, Plympton St Mary, the inheritance of Thomas Perryman, gent.

[no title]  69/M/6/67  June 1704

Contents:
Two surveys of lands belonging to the Rt Hon. John Parker, Lord Carteret. Lands in Plympton St Mary; lands in the manor of Plympton alias Plymholme

[no title]  69/M/6/68  1838-1862

Contents:
Bundle of valuations and reports by William and John Widdicombe on lands in Plympton St Mary: valuation of the Farm Estate, 1838, 1840; report on Hay and Thornafield Estates, 1840 with notes re the water course; report on Woodford Estate, 1843; valuations of Colebrook Estate, 1845 with note re letting; valuation and report on Woodford Farm, 1848; comparison of rent with valuation, 1851; account of dilapidations on the Thornfield Estate, 1853; report on Boringdon Barton, 1858; valuation of Lower Woodford Farm, 1862

[no title]  69/M/6/69  January 1886

Contents:
Saltram Estate Book of Reference (giving OS and tithe book numbers, areas and acreages with some references to leases)

PLYMSTOCK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/70  1829-1859

Contents:
Bundle of valuations and reports on Pomphlett estate, Plymstock

UGBOROUGH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/71  nd [c17th]

Contents:
A survey of the lands in Ugborough

MULTIPLE PARISHES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/71a  30 April 1590

Contents:
Valuation of lands of John Parker esquire, deceased, that passed on his death on 1 December 1589 to Edmund Parker his son and heir. Taken at an inquisition held at Exeter Castle
[Transcript available]

[no title]  69/M/6/72  1771

Contents:
Survey of lands belonging to the Rt Hon. John Parker, Lord Carteret in Plympton St Mary, Shaugh and Egg Buckland

[no title]  69/M/6/73  1771

Contents:
Survey of lands belonging to the Rt Hon. John Parker, Lord Carteret in Plympton St Mary, and Plymstock

[no title]  69/M/6/74  1842-1860

Contents:
Bundle of valuations by Mr Widdicombe: injury done to the Saltram race course, 1842; Higher Leigh in Shaugh Prior; Higher Lee, Shaugh, 1851; of a part of a marsh at Marsh Mills, 1860

RECORDS RELATING TO THE LETTING OF PROPERTY, TO TENANTS AND TO LEASEHOLDERS  [no ref. or date]

NOTICES ADVERTISING LETTING  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/75  1874

Contents:
Poster advertising the letting of Woodford and Sherwood Farms, Plympton St Mary from Lady Day 1875

[no title]  69/M/6/76  10 October 1870

Contents:
Notice advertising the letting of Colehanger and Betoes Park, East Allington. To be let from the 25 March 1871. (with one copy - damaged)
Enclosed is a draft of the terms of the letting

NOTICES FOR AUCTION OF PERSONAL PROPERTY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/77  7 February 1852

Contents:
Notice of auction by John Gould of live-stock, utensils and furniture of John Langdon. To be sold on 17 and 18 March 1852

[no title]  69/M/6/78  20 February 1867

Contents:
Poster advertising the auction of farm stock and the property of Mr Robert Chambers, taken under an execution from the county court of Devon for rent.
To be held at East and West Wedgedon, Huntshaw on 25 February

[no title]  69/M/6/79  21 March 1932

Contents:
Conditions for the sale of grass on Foghanger Farm, Milton Abbot, the property of the representatives of the late Miss Jane Vawden Tremaine

DRAFT TENANCY AGREEMENTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/80  1871

Contents:
Draft printed tenancy agreement (blank) with notations and letter from the earl of Morley re the agreement with two enclosures relating to clauses for agriculture

[no title]  69/M/6/81  1872

Contents:
Printed tenancy agreement (blank) with letters from H S Triggs of Westminster and G Symons concerning the same

[no title]  69/M/6/82  1872

Contents:
Letter from the earl of Morley re agreements enclosing a copy of 'Tenant Security Rules' by H C Strut of Critchell, 1851 and a memorandum by H S T re agreements, 1872

[no title]  69/M/6/83  [1872]

Contents:
Five printed agreements and one written draft agreement (all blank) with notations by J R Eldridge

[no title]  69/M/6/84  [1872]

Contents:
Two printed Farm leases, and two printed farm farm agreements (all blank)

[no title]  69/M/6/85  nd 20thC

Contents:
Unofficial reprint of from (4) land: The Land Agent's Society; Duties on land values (Finance (1909-10) Act 1910). Property in Bovey Tracey nos. 389-444

ESTATE AGENTS' DIARIES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/86  1898

Contents:
Diary and directory for use of surveyors, auctioneers, land and estate agents. - with memoranda entered for Saltram agent.

[no title]  69/M/6/87  1899

Contents:
Diary and directory for use of surveyors, auctioneers, land and estate agents. - with memoranda entered for Saltram agent.

[no title]  69/M/6/88  1900

Contents:
Diary and directory for use of surveyors, auctioneers, land and estate agents. - with memoranda entered for Saltram agent.

[no title]  69/M/6/89  1902

Contents:
Diary and directory for use of surveyors, auctioneers, land and estate agents. - with memoranda entered for Saltram agent.

[no title]  69/M/6/90  1903

Contents:
Diary and directory for use of surveyors, auctioneers, land and estate agents. - with memoranda entered for Saltram agent.

[no title]  69/M/6/91  1904

Contents:
Diary and directory for use of surveyors, auctioneers, land and estate agents. - with memoranda entered for Saltram agent.

[no title]  69/M/6/92  1905

Contents:
Diary and directory for use of surveyors, auctioneers, land and estate agents. - with memoranda entered for Saltram agent.

[no title]  69/M/6/93  1906

Contents:
Diary and directory for use of surveyors, auctioneers, land and estate agents. - with memoranda entered for Saltram agent.

[no title]  69/M/6/94  1907

Contents:
Diary and directory for use of surveyors, auctioneers, land and estate agents. - with memoranda entered for Saltram agent.

[no title]  69/M/6/95  1908

Contents:
Diary and directory for use of surveyors, auctioneers, land and estate agents. - with memoranda entered for Saltram agent.

[no title]  69/M/6/96  1909

Contents:
Diary and directory for use of surveyors, auctioneers, land and estate agents. - with memoranda entered for Saltram agent.

[no title]  69/M/6/97  1911

Contents:
Diary and directory for use of surveyors, auctioneers, land and estate agents. - with memoranda entered for Saltram agent.

ACCOUNTS  [no ref. or date]

RENTALS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/98  [14thC]

Contents:
Rental of Pomeroy lands

[no title]  69/M/6/99  nd [1700]

Contents:
A rental of Mr Yeo's eighth part of the manor of Plympton alias Plymholme

[no title]  69/M/6/100  nd [1700]

Contents:
Rental for Merrifield

[no title]  69/M/6/101  1800-1802

Contents:
Lord Boringdon's rental and general account for year beginning at Michaelmas

[no title]  69/M/6/102  1801-1802

Contents:
Lord Boringdon's rental for year beginning at Michaelmas

[no title]  69/M/6/103  1807-1820

Contents:
Rough estimate of rentals with observations

[no title]  69/M/6/104  1842-1869

Contents:
Saltram Estate: Bundle of Christmas and Midsummer collecting rentals. Includes rough account of cash received 1844-1866

[no title]  69/M/6/105  1862

Contents:
Abstract of rentals: Boringdon including Woodford Plympton; Plympton St Mary; Turnchapel and Mount Batten; Colehanger; Cholwich Town

[no title]  69/M/6/106  1863

Contents:
Abstract of rentals

[no title]  69/M/6/107  1868-1895

Contents:
Saltram Estate: bundle of collecting rentals

[no title]  69/M/6/108  1870 -1872

Contents:
Bundle of rough collecting rentals

[no title]  69/M/6/109 a-h  1875

Contents:
Rent and arrears audit
Lady day

[no title]  69/M/6/110  1876

Contents:
Saltram Estate: rental

[no title]  69/M/6/111  nd [1895]

Contents:
Saltram Estate: abstract of rentals (2)

ESTATE ACCOUNT BOOKS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/112  1808-1816

Contents:
Estate account book: annuities; rents; stipends; salaries; rates; taxes; parochial assessments; produce and charges of woods and plantations; charges of buildings and repairs on different estates and farms; purchase of lands; produce and charges of farms and game; cash paid to and received for the earl of Morley; sundry annual and occasional disbursements; charges of the kitchen and flower gardens; charges of repairs at Saltram.
Includes rentals of manors and two certificates of appointment of Mr John Rawling to act as examiner of the accounts on Lord Morley's behalf dated 10 August 1818

[no title]  69/M/6/113  1816-1829

Contents:
Estate account book (as above). Includes produce of Crabtree Lime Kilns and manor rentals

[no title]  69/M/6/114  1830-1839

Contents:
Estate account book (as above). Includes manor rentals

[no title]  69/M/6/115  1840-1850

Contents:
Estate account book (as above). Includes, Naval Bank; Plympton St Mary and North Molton tithes; Laira Bridge; tradesmens' bills; Blaxton enclosure; Mount Batten Iron Mine; Lower Lee; rentals. One income tax voucher enclosed with eight loose sheets concerning the Laira Bridge

[no title]  69/M/6/116  1851-1868

Contents:
Estate account book (as above) Includes: Morley Clay Co.; Boringdon Park Mine; New Road, Cann Quarry.
Enclosed are four loose sheets of accounts and one letter

[no title]  69/M/6/117  1865-1883

Contents:
Estate account book (as above) six loose sheets of accounts enclosed

[no title]  69/M/6/118  1869-1888

Contents:
Estate account book (as above) Includes: Lee Moor Estate; Cann Quarry. Four loose sheets of timber accounts enclosed together with four income tax vouchers and one sheet on rents

[no title]  69/M/6/119  1872-1875

Contents:
Estate accounts book: woods; rents; repairs; rates etc

[no title]  69/M/6/120  1884-1895

Contents:
Estate account book (as above) Income tax voucher enclosed

[no title]  69/M/6/121  1889-1895

Contents:
Estate account book (as above) Includes: Marsh Mills engine house; Stag Lodge Cottage; Woodford buildings

SALTRAM ESTATE ACCOUNTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/122  1788

Contents:
Saltram Estate account book: wages paid to servants after Lord Boringdon's death from the 5 May to 31 July 1788; horses sold at the Saltram at the sale 3 June 1788; cattle sold at the sale at Merrifield 8 October 1788; arrears due to the executors of the Rt Hon. Lord Boringdon of slate and lime sold from December 1787; arrears due of slate and lime sold from December 1780 to December 1786 not previously accounted for; inventory of cattle and horses at Saltram and Merrifield at Lord Boringdon's death 27 April 1788 and when disposed of 8 October 1788; number of sheep on the ground 27 April 1788 and 18 October 1788 and their valuation; account of sheep sold, killed and died from 27 April 1788 to 18 October 1788; cash deposited and withdrawn from the Naval Bank July 1788-Jan 1789

[no title]  69/M/6/123  1787 Sep-1788 Oct

Contents:
Saltram Estate account book: monthly accounts of the work done by the bargemen; goods made by contract at Cann Quarry; weekly wages paid to workmen employed at and about Saltram

[no title]  69/M/6/124  1814-1817

Contents:
Saltram Estate accounts

[no title]  69/M/6/125  1836-1837

Contents:
Saltram Estate account book

[no title]  69/M/6/126  1860-1862

Contents:
Bundle of rough accounts for the Saltram Estate.
Includes: cash, arrears, deductions, rentals and receipts accounts

[no title]  69/M/6/127  1860-1862; 1864-1866

Contents:
Bundle of Saltram Estate draft accounts: labour repairs, woods, tax and cash accounts, summaries of rentals, bills due, particulars of deductions and rent charges.

[no title]  69/M/6/128  1862

Contents:
Bundle of rough accounts for the Saltram Estate
Includes: cash, arrears, deductions, rentals, interest, repairs, payment and receipt accounts

[no title]  69/M/6/129  1862-1863

Contents:
Bundle of rough accounts for the Saltram Estate.
Includes: cash, income and expenditure, repairs, and interest accounts. Also includes a list of workmen

[no title]  69/M/6/130  1868-1870

Contents:
Saltram Estate account book

[no title]  69/M/6/131  1870-1872

Contents:
Saltram Estate account book

[no title]  69/M/6/132  1875-1879

Contents:
Saltram Estate account book

[no title]  69/M/6/133  1885-1891

Contents:
Bundle of Saltram accounts: monthly account summaries, 1885-1891; annual masons' accounts, 1886, 1887, 1888; list of repairs, 1887

[no title]  69/M/6/134  1892

Contents:
Saltram summaries of accounts

[no title]  69/M/6/135  1893

Contents:
Saltram summaries of accounts
(Missing September)

[no title]  69/M/6/136  1894

Contents:
Saltram summaries of accounts

[no title]  69/M/6/137  1895

Contents:
Saltram Estate accounts

[no title]  69/M/6/138  1897, 1902 1903-4, 1914-7

Contents:
Saltram Estate accounts: income and expenditure

[no title]  69/M/6/139  August 1915

Contents:
Saltram Estate accounts: income and expenditure

[no title]  69/M/6/140  October 1915

Contents:
Saltram Estate accounts: income and expenditure

[no title]  69/M/6/141  1928-1930

Contents:
Saltram Estate account book

WHITEWAY, POLSLOE AND COLERIDGE ESTATES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/142  1902 Jan-1904 Jul

Contents:
Whiteway, Polsloe and Coleridge Estates expenditure and income accounts

[no title]  69/M/6/143  1909 Jan-1913 Mar

Contents:
Whiteway Estate income accounts

[no title]  69/M/6/144  1911 Jan-1913 Mar

Contents:
Whiteway Estate expenditure accounts

[no title]  69/M/6/145  1912 Jan-1912 Sep

Contents:
Whiteway, Polsloe and Coleridge Estates expenditure and income accounts

TRUST ESTATE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/146  1799-1805

Contents:
Account of money received from the sale of parts of the trust estate, 1799-1801, and the application of the same

LORD BORINGDON'S GENERAL ACCOUNT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/147  1802-1803

Contents:
Lord Boringdon's general accounts and account re the sale money of parts of the settled estate

[no title]  69/M/6/148  1803-1806

Contents:
Lord Boringdon's general account

CASH ACCOUNTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/149  1839-1858

Contents:
Cash account book

[no title]  69/M/6/150  1853-1854

Contents:
Cash book for the travels of William Felmingham: eastern counties; south and west coast

MORLEY STEWARDSHIP  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/151  1840-1857

Contents:
The Morley Stewardship account book for the Naval Bank (Harris and Co)

[no title]  69/M/6/152  1861-1866

Contents:
The Morley Stewardship account book for the Naval Bank (Harris, Bulteel, Harris, Dawe, Harris and Bulteel)

REVENUE ACCOUNTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/153  1883-1895

Contents:
Revenue account book: rents; large and small rentals; woods

WAGES BOOKS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/154  1789-1796

Contents:
Wages book: labourers; carpenters; sawyers; helliers; masons; gamekeeper and the thatchers
Covers work done in the gardens and pleasure ground, Saltram House, the plantation, the park, the stables, the farm, the wood, Cann Quarry and on different farms. Includes accounts of corn sold

[no title]  69/M/6/155  1803-1804

Contents:
Wages book (as above)

[no title]  69/M/6/156  1805-1807

Contents:
Wages book (as above)

[no title]  69/M/6/157  1813-1818

Contents:
Wages books (as above) Also work done in Heath Down Turnchapel, on the Flying Bridge, lime kiln and slate exportation [two loose sheets enclosed]

[no title]  69/M/6/158  1868-1876

Contents:
Wages book: artificers and labourers on sundry farms, [one loose sheet of accounts enclosed]

TIMBER ACCOUNTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/159  1875-1879

Contents:
Timber sale account books: Cann Wood, 1875-6, 1879; Hardwick Wood, 1876; Saltram Estate, 1878

[no title]  69/M/6/160  1878

Contents:
Notes and draft accounts re timber sales between 1875 and 1878

[no title]  69/M/6/161  24 February 1879

Contents:
Account book for the sale of timber in Boringdon Park

PLYMPTON CATTLE MARKET  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/162  1910-1811

Contents:
Toll receipt book

[no title]  69/M/6/163  1911-1912

Contents:
Toll book

[no title]  69/M/6/164  1911-1913

Contents:
Toll receipt book

COMPOTII  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/165  1570-1

Contents:
Copy of a compotus for properties in the county of Devon: shows pensions pertaining to the former monastery of Plympton Priory from the rectories of Bridestowe, Bratton, Stokeinteignhead, Exminster, Meavy and Mewgan [St Mawgan, Cornwall]
(Transcript available)

[no title]  69/M/6/166  1630-1

Contents:
Copy of a compotus for properties in the county of Devon: shows pensions derived from Plympton Priory and the rectories of Bridestowe, Bratton, Stokeinteignhead, Exminster, Meavy, Mewgan
(Transcript available)

[no title]  69/M/6/167  1630-1

Contents:
Copy of a compotus for properties in the county of Devon: shows pensions derived from Plympton Priory and the rectories of Bridestowe, Bratton, Stokeinteignhead, Exminster, Meavy, Mewgan
(Transcript available)

[no title]  69/M/6/168  15 May 1699

Contents:
Official copy of entries relating to Bratton Rectory for the years 1616 and 1637 in the First Fruits and Tenths Office. Copied for W Samber by Robert Butler, 1699

[no title]  69/M/6/169  23 May 1699

Contents:
Copy of a compotus for Plympton Prior for 1540 recording payments for the rectories of Bridestowe, Bratton, Stokeinteignhead, Exminster, Meavy and Mewgan. Copied by W Samber in 1699 from the Augmentation Office

[no title]  69/M/6/170  1699

Contents:
Copy of a compotus for Plympton Prior for 1571
Copied by W Samber from the records of the Office of Auditor Parsons in 1699

TITHE RENT CHARGE BOOKS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/171  1849-1868

Contents:
Plympton St Mary tithe rent charge book

[no title]  69/M/6/172  1840-1848

Contents:
Plympton St Mary tithe rent charge book

SHARES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/173  1847-1898

Contents:
Share certificates: Plymouth and Western Counties Liberal Club Ltd; The Western Counties Agricultural Co-operative Association; The Private Home for Patients, Ltd; Devon and Cornwall Girls' School Limited; The Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway Company Limited; Sutton Harbour Improvement Company

ACCOUNTS - MIXED BUNDLES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/174  1845-1873

Contents:
Income tax returns and accounts, 1845-6, 1861-2 1864, 1866-7, 1869-70, 1872-3; proposed county rate, 1846; poor rate Plympton St Mary, 1850, 1870; poor rate receipts for Egg Buckland, 1868-9; tax account Plympton St Mary, 1871

[no title]  69/M/6/175  1849, 1878-1879, 1885

Contents:
Bundle of estate papers: notes re property tax assessments, 1849; receipts for poor rate, tax and a subscription, 1878-1879; correspondence re taxes, 1885

[no title]  69/M/6/176  1859-1904

Contents:
Estate accounts and vouchers: notification of assessed taxes; income and assessed taxation returns; labour accounts; estimate of wood etc to be used at the Blaxton Embankment; estimate for vases on Saltram house; estimate for buildings at Hay Farm; correspondence re a position for Wilkins, a gamekeeper; credit letters from the Exeter Bank re the Dowager Countess Morley's account; bills; Orders for Contributions to the common fund of Plympton St Mary Poor Law Union; coppice sale; stamping fees; summary accounts; church expenses

[no title]  69/M/6/177  1873-1879

Contents:
Estate accounts and vouchers: notices of assessment for income tax; notes re rating of shooting rights; bills; labour accounts; credit letters from the Exeter Bank re the Dowager Countess Morley's account; tax and rate receipts; notices of assessment for income tax; papers re audits and contributions addressed Overseers of the Poor of Chelson Meadow

[no title]  69/M/6/178  1875-1884

Contents:
Estate accounts: Cann Quarry; labour; bills for provisions; notes re sales; notes re Stevenson Trustees

[no title]  69/M/6/179  1888-1894

Contents:
Estate accounts and vouchers: income tax notices; bills; tax and rate receipts; receipts; notes re rents; labour accounts; notes re ratings of woods and plantations; coppice sales

[no title]  69/M/6/180  1888-1897

Contents:
Estate vouchers: bills; labour accounts; wages; rates; receipts; income tax

VOUCHERS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/181  1868

three bundles

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/182  1869

three bundles

Contents:
Estate and personal account

[no title]  69/M/6/183  1870

two bundles

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/184  1871

two bundles

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/185  1872

two bundles

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/186  1873

two bundles

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/187  1873-1874

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/188  1874

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/189  1875

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/190  1876

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/191  1877

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/192  1878

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/193  1879

two bundles

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/194  1880

two bundles

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/195  1881

two bundles

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/196  1882

two bundles

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/197  1883

two bundles

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/198  1883-1884

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/199  1884

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/200  1885

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/201  1886

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/202  1886

two bundles

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/203  1887

two bundles

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/204  1888

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/205  1889

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/206  1890

two bundles

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/207  1891

two bundles

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/208  1892

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/209  1893

two bundles

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/210  1894

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/211  1895

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/212  1895

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/213  1896

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/214a, b  1897

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/215a, b  1898

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/216a, b  1899

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/217a, b  1900

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/218  1901

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/219  1901

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/220a, b  1902

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/221a, b  1903

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/222a, b  1904

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/223  1905

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/224  1905

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/225a, b  1906

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/226a, b, c  1907

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/227a, b  1907

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/228a, b, c, d, e  1908-1909

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/229a, b, c, d  1910

Contents:
Estate and personal account vouchers

VOUCHERS: Miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/230  13 January 1581

Contents:
Receipt for £20 paid by Edmund Parker in part payment of a debt of £72

[no title]  69/M/6/231  25 January 1587/8

Contents:
Bill for tapestries and coverlets. Receipted by John Hewell

[no title]  69/M/6/232  27 May 1662

Contents:
Receipt issued by James Parker for payment of £20 by Edmund Parker being two year's annuity for a tenement called Fownes' tenement in Compton Gifford

[no title]  69/M/6/233  10 June 1662

Contents:
Receipt issued by James Parker for payment of £5 by Edmund Parker being half a year's annuity for a tenement called Fownes' tenement in Compton Gifford

[no title]  69/M/6/234  2 November 1716

Contents:
Receipt issued for payment of two postfynes by John Newcombe

[no title]  69/M/6/235  1769-1779

Contents:
Saltram Estate: small bundle of miscellaneous vouchers

[no title]  69/M/6/236  June 1776

Contents:
Two receipts for payment for the ringing of church bells on the occasion of Lord Morley's marriage

[no title]  69/M/6/237  1830

Contents:
Receipt of G L Baron payment for copying a grant of a fee farm

[no title]  69/M/6/238  1837

Contents:
Bill of G and S Pridham for estate work done for the earl of Morley, 1835-1837

[no title]  69/M/6/239  1849, 1896-1903

Contents:
Estate vouchers: Western Morning News; insurance; labour; annuity; interest on trust funds; rent; expenses; subscriptions

[no title]  69/M/6/240  1852-1885

Contents:
Bundle of miscellaneous receipts described as being either important or interesting. Includes the set of receipts for the furnishing of no 45 Rutland Gate and two bonds dated 1852 and 1856 binding Lord Morley to George Pridham to secure repayments of £1039/14s/9d plus interest and £300 plus interest respectively

[no title]  69/M/6/241  1853-1870

Contents:
Bundle of bills addressed to Edmund earl of Morley

[no title]  69/M/6/242a, b, c, d  1854, 1879 1894

Contents:
Bundle of bills, receipts and accounts; tithe rent charge for the parish of Egg Buckland; Bath and West of England Society; Royal Eye Infirmary; labour; tickets for race stand; rent; Devon County Agricultural Association

[no title]  69/M/6/243  1857-1950

Contents:
Miscellaneous estate vouchers: bills and receipts; labour

[no title]  69/M/6/244  1858

Contents:
Bill with receipt of Sackett and Ruscoe for stationery

[no title]  69/M/6/245  December 1858

Contents:
Estate of William Surtees, bill for legal work on the earl of Morley's mortgage

[no title]  69/M/6/246  1858-1861

Contents:
Bill of Clifford Smith of Peter Place, Knightsbridge, Builder, for work done at: Kent House, Knightsbridge; 10 & 11 Exeter Place, Knightsbridge

[no title]  69/M/6/247  1859-1866

Contents:
Bundle of draft estate accounts: Mr Repath's timber account, 1859-60, and bill for sundry repairs, 1859-62; clay, brick and tile from Lee Moor, 1865; receipts and payments at Christmas rent court, 1866; Merafield, 1866

[no title]  69/M/6/248  1861-1867

Contents:
Bill issued by Bishop and Son to the trustees and executors of the late Captain John Parker, esquire

[no title]  69/M/6/249  11 January 1869

Contents:
Receipt for payment of a stipend to the assistant curate of Plympton St Mary by the Countess of Morley

[no title]  69/M/6/250  1869-1872

Contents:
Bundle of receipts for drainage done at Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/6/251  1872-1873, 1879

Contents:
Accounts for drainage and other improvements on the earl of Morley's lands in Plympton St Mary; abstract of the costs of drainage and other improvements to be met by an annual charge on the tenants, 1872; accounts of work done under the direction of William Shier and William Shier junior, 1871-1873; abstract of accounts for improvements, 1869-1872; labour payments for draining the marshes, 1869-1872; abstract of accounts for drainage, 1873; Shier's estimate of cost of filling the old channel of the River Tory, 1879

[no title]  69/M/6/252  1872-1877

Contents:
Estate vouchers and accounts: account book 1872-1877; accounts for work at Wixenford, Laira Bridge Toll house, Marsh Mills, Boringdon Farm; labour under William Sheir

[no title]  69/M/6/253a, b, c  1873-1875

Contents:
Papers re the estate at Plympton: monthly account of work done under the supervision of W Shier and W Shier junior, 1873-6; record of cash advances to W Shier on account of river and other work, 1873-5; account of food and drink consumed at a dinner for the workmen in commemoration of the opening of the new Tory Brook channel, with receipts, 1874-5

[no title]  69/M/6/254  1874-1875

Contents:
Bill of Charles Triscott for work on the river job

[no title]  69/M/6/255  1875-6

Contents:
Receipts and accounts of Mr S P Newbery

[no title]  69/M/6/256  1876

Contents:
Receipts issued by William Shier to Samuel Newbery for payment for engineering work

[no title]  69/M/6/257  June/July 1876

Contents:
Bundle of bills and receipts re the celebrations on the occasion of the earl of Morley's marriage.
Includes note and receipt from Cecil C Bewes dated 8 July 1874

[no title]  69/M/6/258  1876-9

Contents:
Receipts for payment for work performed for the earl of Morley, signed by William Shier; account of work executed by William Shier within Saltram Manor, for the earl of Morley

[no title]  69/M/6/259  31 March 1877

Contents:
An account for the work of Charles Triscott and George Mitchall in the building of the retaining wall that firms the cascade, Plympton

[no title]  69/M/6/260  13 June 1877

Contents:
Bill for excavations etc done at the Gamekeeper's residence Hardwick, by J Thorning and R Dewdney

[no title]  69/M/6/261  1878

Contents:
Triscott's bill for labourer's wages

[no title]  69/M/6/262  April 1879

Contents:
John Laver's bill, and bill for sawing timber

[no title]  69/M/6/263  June 1879

Contents:
Receipts for Lord Morley's subscriptions to the Plymouth Public Dispensary and the Industrial Training Ship for Devon and Cornwall

[no title]  69/M/6/264  14 May 1880

Contents:
Bill issued by Hanisselin and Ward, Devonport to Messrs Smith and Benett

[no title]  69/M/6/265  1881-1892

Contents:
Estate vouchers for the Dowager Countess Morley and Lady Catherine Parker: haberdashery; medical; grocery supplies for various Teas given by the Countess

[no title]  69/M/6/266  1883-1887

Contents:
Estate bills, receipts and accounts: goods; labour; subscriptions; poor rate; wages; accounts of work done at Saltram Manor

[no title]  69/M/6/267  1884

Contents:
Estate vouchers: sanitary rate; poor rate; highway rate; wages; labour; account of work done under William Shier; goods; tithe

[no title]  69/M/6/268  1884-1894

Contents:
Estate vouchers and accounts: labour; produce; materials; transport; taxes

[no title]  69/M/6/269  1884, 1894

Contents:
Estate receipts: subscription to the Exeter Diocesan Society for the Employment of Additional Curates in Popular Places; payment of R Stephens for drawing rubble on the quarry road

[no title]  69/M/6/270  August 1886

Contents:
A bill from the West of England Lias Lime Cement and Plaster Works and Building Material Stores

[no title]  69/M/6/271  1887-1903

Contents:
Bundle of receipts: income tax on lands in Cornwall; materials for restoration work at Saltram and Woodford

[no title]  69/M/6/272  1888

Contents:
Bundle of vouchers and receipts: income tax; labour; materials; subscriptions; tithe payments

[no title]  69/M/6/273  1889

Contents:
Receipts for payment of the men employed in the woods by the earl of Morley

[no title]  69/M/6/274  1889

Contents:
Estate vouchers: wages; land tax; poor rate; tithe work done by G Shier; produce; lighting rate

[no title]  69/M/6/275  November 1894

Contents:
Receipts issued by George Selleck for wages paid by Samuel Newbery

[no title]  69/M/6/276  1894-1896

Contents:
Two bills from William H Hoskin for plumbing work at Higher Colebrook and Merafield House

[no title]  69/M/6/277  1896-1905

Contents:
Bundle of estate receipts and labour accounts

[no title]  69/M/6/278  1897

Contents:
Plumbing bill addressed to the earl of Morley from J Pudifin

[no title]  69/M/6/279  18 January 1898

Contents:
Receipt from The Western Counties Agricultural Co-operative Association Limited

[no title]  69/M/6/280  27 March 1899

Contents:
Bill from Messrs Drummond of Cockspur Street, London addressed to J E Holmes, for 25" OS maps of Cornwall

[no title]  69/M/6/281  6 November 1899

Contents:
Receipt for rent paid to Colonel Reginald Pole-Carew for the Antony estate, Cornwall

[no title]  69/M/6/282  1899

Contents:
Bills and receipt from the West of England Lias, Lime, Cement and Plaster Works and Building Material Stores

[no title]  69/M/6/283  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Receipted bill for R Chaldicott for labour

[no title]  69/M/6/284a, b  1900-1902

Contents:
Bundle of estate bills and rent receipts

[no title]  69/M/6/285  14 February 1905

Contents:
R Triscott's bill for repairs at Marsh Mills, Heath Down etc

[no title]  69/M/6/286  1914

Contents:
Earl of Morley in account with J and H Drew: accounts of amounts advanced by J and H Drew to various labourers for work on Whiteway house and other of the earl of Morley's properties

[no title]  69/M/6/287  1924

Contents:
Receipt for payment of Charles Palmer's wages as keeper

[no title]  69/M/6/288  1926-1928

Contents:
Vouchers: Builders' and Plumber's merchants

[no title]  69/M/6/289  1927-1928

Contents:
Invoices to the earl of Morley from English China Clays Ltd, St Austell, Cornwall

[no title]  69/M/6/290  1927-1928

Contents:
Vouchers: Plymouth and Oreston Timber Co.

[no title]  69/M/6/291  1927-1927

Contents:
Vouchers: Coal

[no title]  69/M/6/292  1927-1928

Contents:
Vouchers: G Widges, window glass merchant

[no title]  69/M/6/293  1927-1929

Contents:
Vouchers: Great Western Railway

[no title]  69/M/6/294  1927-1928

Contents:
Vouchers: Henry Ede and Son, building merchants

[no title]  69/M/6/295  1927-1927

Contents:
Vouchers: Henry Lawry Ltd, iron and steel merchants

[no title]  69/M/6/296  1928-1929

Contents:
Vouchers: Priests (Plymouth) Ltd, ironmongers

[no title]  69/M/6/297  1928-1928

Contents:
Vouchers: English Forestry Association

[no title]  69/M/6/298  1928-1929

Contents:
Vouchers: British Engine Boiler and Actuarial Insurance Co Ltd

[no title]  69/M/6/299  1929

Contents:
Vouchers: Gillett and Johnston: report and estimate for Saltram Stable Clock

RATES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/300  1856

Contents:
Notes re the rateable value of Lord Morley's property in Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/6/301  1872-1873

Contents:
Papers re rates in Egg Buckland and Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/6/302  17 June 1873

Contents:
An account of the rateable properties of Lord Morley, Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/6/303  1879

Contents:
Poor rate receipts for Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/6/304  nd [1888]

Contents:
Memorandum concerning rateability of Laira Bridge: tolls, annexed a circular letter from the Poor Law Board, Whitehall regarding the provisions of an Act (20 Vict., c19) to provide for the relief of the Poor in Extra-Parochial places, 1857

[no title]  69/M/6/305  1888-1889

Contents:
Valuation list for the parish of Plympton St Mary; rateable values of Lord Morley's property in Shaugh and Egg Buckland; note re sewer rate; rates in Plymstock showing land tax paid

[no title]  69/M/6/306  1889

Contents:
Table showing the gross and ratable value of lands in Shaugh and Egg Buckland

[no title]  69/M/6/307  1894

Contents:
Sir Massey Lopes's calculations for ascertaining the rateable value of coppices in Bickleigh and Shaugh

[no title]  69/M/6/308  1894

Contents:
Receipts for payment of a special sanitary rate of the parish of Plymstock and poor rate of the parish of Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/6/309  1897

Contents:
Receipts for payment of the poor rate, for the parish of Plympton St Mary in Plympton St Mary Union, by Mr J E Holmes

[no title]  69/M/6/310  1890s

Contents:
Page from a rate book for the earl of Morley's property in Saltram, Merafield, Hardwick, Thornafield and Bickham

[no title]  69/M/6/311  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Plympton St Mary rate account

[no title]  69/M/6/312  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Colebrook rate account showing number of inhabitants and rateable values

TAX  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/313  [1716]

Contents:
Note of disbursements to be made for land tax, church, poor and window tax for the years 1716-1722

[no title]  69/M/6/314  1813-1814

Contents:
Bundle re land tax redemption for Robert Maddock of Ernesettle: certificate of contract to pay land tax charged upon a tenement called Lower Lee in the parish of Shaugh; certificate of registration of contract; declaration of desire to redeem land tax; form declaring amount owed and lands affected

[no title]  69/M/6/315  1829-1879

Contents:
Bundle of land tax assessments: Plympton St Maurice, 1829; Plympton St Mary, 1847, 1854, 1879

[no title]  69/M/6/316  1843-1870

Contents:
Bundle of notices of assessed taxes: 1843-45, 1849, 1851-52, 1854-56, 1858-59, 1869-70

[no title]  69/M/6/317  1846-1854

Contents:
Estate papers: assessed taxes on property in Plympton St Mary, including Saltram House (with details of the numbers of servants, carriages, horses, dogs and armorial bearings

[no title]  69/M/6/318  1856-1869

Contents:
Notices and returns for assessed taxes

[no title]  69/M/6/319  1870

Contents:
Notice of assessment for income tax: Shaugh

[no title]  69/M/6/320  1871-1886

Contents:
Income tax returns for the earl of Morley, mainly relating to Saltram

[no title]  69/M/6/321  1882-1883

Contents:
Notices of assessment for Income Tax

[no title]  69/M/6/322  25 February 1893

Contents:
Memorandum to Newbery from The Surveyor of Taxes re Mr Robert Martin of Colebrook's remittance

[no title]  69/M/6/323  1894

Contents:
Income tax receipt for Laira Green for 1893

LEGAL BILLS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/324  15 May 1702

Contents:
Account of W Samber for legal work for George Parker. Receipted

[no title]  69/M/6/325  1704-1708

Contents:
Rough account of costs of the Parker family in various legal cases

[no title]  69/M/6/326  1705

Contents:
Bill for legal costs for various cases, 1705

[no title]  69/M/6/327  1708

Contents:
Rough bill of costs paid for journeys and various household articles to Mr Webb and Messrs Samber, Rourd and Furlong. Draft receipt

[no title]  69/M/6/328  1709

Contents:
Bill of costs of Mr Francis Collins for various legal works done for George Parker. Endorsed with receipt. 1706-1708

[no title]  69/M/6/329  1709

Contents:
Bill of costs of Mr Francis Collins for various legal works done for George Parker. Endorsed with receipt. 1701-1706

[no title]  69/M/6/330  6 February 1709-1711

Contents:
Francis Collin's bill for legal work undertaken for George Parker

[no title]  69/M/6/331  27 February 1715

Contents:
Herman Pitt's bill of costs for legal work undertaken for Alderman Newcombe. Receipted

[no title]  69/M/6/332  nd 18th cent

Contents:
Questions re whether the court of Chancery will allow a land transfer of a pretended trusted Estate against a covenant in a marriage settlement

[no title]  69/M/6/333  1806

Contents:
Bill of William Leake for legal work for Montagu Edmund Parker esquire

[no title]  69/M/6/334  1867

Contents:
Costs of the Petitioners in the cases Lacklison v Blane and Lacklison v Hodgson, under the Order of the 9 November 1867. 1864-1868

[no title]  69/M/6/335  1867-1868

Contents:
Bill of costs of Plaintiff's in the case of Lacklison v Blane and Lacklison v Hodgson with receipts and covering letters

[no title]  69/M/6/336  1868

Contents:
Costs of the Defendants in the case Lacklison v Blane under the Order of 9 November 1867

[no title]  69/M/6/337a, b  1873-1889

Contents:
Lawyers' bills: Kelly, 1873; Surtees, 1885; Travers Smith and Braithwaite, 1874-1881; Were and Peatchcott, 1884-1886; Woollcombe and Son, 1880, 1886-1889; Messrs Woollcombe and Pridham, 1870-1885; Pomphlett Ochre Mine: account of dues on goods delivered, 1873-1876.

RENT PAYMENTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/338  1 December 1595

Contents:
Rent for a parcel of land, St Sidwell, Exeter. Land granted by Letters Patent in 1589/90

[no title]  69/M/6/339  21 February 1690

Contents:
Copy of the account of rents received and due to Edmund Parker for Woodford Marshes. Signed by Francis Collins and John Spry

[no title]  69/M/6/340  20 September 1709

Contents:
Record of rents collected for North Park, Chilverton and for some unnamed properties

[no title]  69/M/6/341  1851

Contents:
Calculations on sundry rentals of Lord Morley's estates

[no title]  69/M/6/342  1861

Contents:
Memorandum re annual rent payments to Mr Sarah

[no title]  69/M/6/343  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Account of [rent] due from Throwley and Polsloe

MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/344  nd 17th cent

Contents:
List of debts, formerly annexed to an unspecified deed. Creditors include: Charles Fortescue; Mr Perryman; Edward Palmer; Ann Hallyen; John Keagle; John Glowen; Philip Snelling; Thomas Hellyer

[no title]  69/M/6/345  1843-1844

Contents:
Account book of sale of wheat and barley to various persons, including the earl of Morley

[no title]  69/M/6/346  1861-1863

Contents:
Bank book of A G Stapleton and Clere Talbot
Enclosed are some notes re accounts

[no title]  69/M/6/347  1864-1889

Contents:
Accounts of the sale of clay and bricks

[no title]  69/M/6/348  1879-1881

Contents:
Two books of cheque stubs

[no title]  69/M/6/349  1881-1882

Contents:
Book of cheque stubs

[no title]  69/M/6/350  1886-1893

Contents:
Credit notes addressed to Samuel Newbery for the Countess of Morley's accounts at the Exeter Bank

[no title]  69/M/6/351  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Delivery label for the Octagon Brewery

[no title]  69/M/6/352  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Unidentified accounts

[no title]  69/M/6/353  nd 19th cent

Contents:
J E Holmes' accounts for unspecified items

[no title]  69/M/6/354  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Unidentified draft calculations

DUTIES ON LAND VALUES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/355  c1910

Contents:
Returns by J E Holmes, agent to the earl of Morley for duties on land values.
Plympton St Maurice

[no title]  69/M/6/356  c1910

Contents:
Returns by J E Holmes, agent to the earl of Morley duties on land values.
Plymstock

[no title]  69/M/6/357  1910

Contents:
Two returns by J E Holmes, agent to the earl of Morley for duties on land values.
Egg Buckland, Plymouth East

[no title]  69/M/6/358  1910

Contents:
Returns by J E Holmes, agent to the earl of Morley for duties on land values.
Shaugh Prior

[no title]  69/M/6/359  1910

Contents:
Returns by J E Holmes, agent to the earl of Morley for duties on land values.
Plympton St Mary

SALES  [no ref. or date]

DEVON PARISHES  [no ref. or date]

ASHBURTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/360  23 July 1867

Contents:
Notice advertising auction of the Higher Water Estate, Ashburton. To be auctioned by Messrs Buckland and Rendell on 9 August 1867.

CORNWOOD: CHOLWICH TOWN ESTATE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/361  1 August 1867

Contents:
Articles of Agreement
1) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) George Parker of Delamore, Plympton St Mary, esquire, a Captain in the Royal Navy
For the sale and purchase of tenements called Cholwich Town, Lower Broomage, Higher Broomage, Broomage Woods Park Lands and Tin Parks with appurtenances.
Consideration: £10,000
Enclosed is a letter to Messrs Pridham, Woollcombe and Pridham from C R Radcliffe re the draft contract

[no title]  69/M/6/362  [1867]

Contents:
Map of Cholwich Town Estate with table of reference giving field names and acreages. Covers Cholwich Town, Lower and Higher Broomage, Broomage Woods, Tin Parks, Lutton and some lands in Plympton St Mary. Scale: four chains to one inch

[no title]  69/M/6/363  1868

Contents:
Captain George Parker RN in account with the earl of Morley re settlement of the purchase of the Cholwich Town Estate, 1867-1868

[no title]  69/M/6/364  1898

Contents:
Bundle of correspondence to and from Lord Morley re the purchase of a small piece of land at Cholwich Town from Admiral Parker

EAST ALLINGTON: HIGHER AND LOWER COLEHANGER, BETOES PARK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/365  4 August 1873

Contents:
Notice advertising an auction of the Higher and Lower Colehanger and Betoes Parks Estates by Messrs. Andrew and Son on 29 August 1873.
Enclosed is a draft copy of the notice.

MORLEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/366  14 April 1842

Contents:
Poster advertising the auction of lands and hereditaments, Morley, on 10 May 1842

NORTH HUISH AND UGBOROUGH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/367  [1900]

Contents:
Particulars of sale of freehold estates in the parishes of North Huish and Ugborough comprising the Butterford Estate, the Coombe Estate and the Stone Estate. To be sold by Andrew and Son, Auctioneers, of Plymouth, on 25 October 1900.
With plans and conditions of sale

PLYMOUTH: MOUNT BATTEN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/368  1899

Contents:
Bundle of correspondence re the sale of the Mount Batten Estate to Mr King. Includes two circulars from Mr King re the proposed development of Turnchapel Wharves.

PLYMPTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/369  1890

Contents:
Correspondence to S P Newbery from J W Rowell and Son, Architects and Surveyors, Newton Abbott, re the survey work done in preparation for sale of land in Plympton to Mr Martin. Includes four tracing maps. Scale 66 feet to the inch

[no title]  69/M/6/370  1895

Contents:
Particulars, plan and conditions of sale for 'Alston' in Plympton St Mary. To be sold by auction by Messrs Skardon and Sons on 19 March 1895

PLYMPTON ST MARY: CANN WOODS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/371  8 June 1921

Contents:
Agreement
1) The earl of Morley, by his agent, W Wade
2) Herbert Howard Francis of Elford Cottage, Plympton
Sale of 87 acres of oak coppice in Poultry Park and Cann Woods
With schedule and map

PLYMPTON ST MARY: COLEBROOK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/372  1861

Contents:
Particulars of freeholds, in possession and reversion at Colebrook in Plympton St Mary, advertised to be sold on 31 July 1861 by Mr John Andrew

PLYMSTOCK AND PLYMPTON ST MARY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/373  1843, 1898-1901

Contents:
Particulars and valuation of premises at Billacombe, Plymstock, 1898; particulars and valuation of leasehold tenements, Plympton St Mary, 1898; correspondence on the sale of properties, 1898-1901; draft schedules for sale of lands, nd, c. 1898. Includes appeal against property and income tax, 1843

DEVON MANORS  [no ref. or date]

MANOR OF HELE PRIOR  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/374  4 June 1842

Contents:
Poster advertising the sale of the fee simple and inheritance of the manor of Hele Prior alias Frier's Hele, near Hatherleigh, Bovey Tracy. To be sold at auction on 5 July by Mr William Widdicombe. On the dorse is a notification from George Pridham that he intends to bid at the auction for the use of the said owner

MANOR OF UGBOROUGH AND LUDBROOK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/375  nd 17th cent

Contents:
Note of tenements in the village of Cheston, manor of Ugborough and manor of Ludbrook sold to Sir John and Sir Edward Fowell

PURCHASES  [no ref. or date]

DEVON - MANORS  [no ref. or date]

MANOR OF COLERIDGE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/376  23 April 1668

Contents:
Letter to Edmund Parker from John White, of Coleridge, concerning the difficulties of payment of his debt to Edmund Parker which have led him to consider selling the manor of Coleridge. He asks if Edmund would be interested in purchasing

[no title]  69/M/6/376a  21 May 1691

Contents:
From G Hutchinses: a Chancery suit brought by Lady Smyth for recovery of a debt from Mr White and his son, which was secured on the manor of Coleridge

[no title]  69/M/6/376b  [1691]

Contents:
Agreement to indemnify
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Mary Courtenay of Powderham, widow, daughter and executrix of Dame Anne Smythe
Against legal action arising from John White's mortgages

[no title]  69/M/6/377  19 July 1701

Contents:
Letter to George Parker from Francis Collins re the purchase of Coleridge

SOMERSET  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/377a  5 January 1674

Contents:
Case and opinion re Mr Baker's title to estates called Buckland etc in Somerset, sold to him by Francis, Lord Hawley

[no title]  69/M/6/378  1725

Contents:
Bundle of deeds, receipts and correspondence re the purchase of Buckland and Buckland Farm in Somerset, to be settled to the uses contained in the marriage settlement of John Parker and Lady Catherine Poulett

MINERAL EXPLOITATION, LETTING OF MINES AND QUARRIES  [no ref. or date]

BUCKLAND MONACHORUM  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/379  10 March 1755

Contents:
Writ of Tavistock stannary court
Directing that the bailiff of the stannary, Nicholas Dyer and Edward Carew should deliver seizin and possession of tin bounds called Wheal Smith to John Carpenter, gent.

CHARLETON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/380a  25 March 1830

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Henry Couch of Dodbrooke, quarryman
Piece of ground worked as a quarry situated on court barton, close adjoining a bridge lately erected over Bawcombe Lake
Term: seven years
Rent: £10 15s pa

EGG BUCKLAND  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/380b  2 November 1769

Contents:
Lease
1) John Croad of Keyham, gent.
2) John Parker of Saltram, esquire
Three lime kilns, kiln house and outhouses with the little orchard adjoining and the waste grounds on the cliff beach and landing places below the turnpike road between the public house at Crabtree and the Sign of the Inn
Term: 14 or 21 years
Rent: £12 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/380c  12 January 1829

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Trist of Egg Buckland, yeoman
3) Erving Clarke of Efford, esquire
Two lime kilns called Crabtree Lime Kilns with dwelling house, stable, culm pit and loft adjoining and a quay in front. Also a spot of ground in a field called the Warren, part of Pomphlett, bounded on the north from Chelson Lodge to the Laira Bridge, Egg Buckland
Term: 12 years
Rent: £50 pa
Dues: 1s per ton of lime

EGG BUCKLAND: LOWER RUMPLE QUARRY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/381  2 June 1777

Contents:
Assignment
1) William Stevens of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
2) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
New slate stone quarry called Head Wear or Lower Rumple Quarry
Consideration: £24 3s
Term: remainder of term of nine years and six months
Rent: £4 4s

EXETER: HEAVITREE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/382  18 November 1729

Contents:
Articles of Agreement
1) William Cholwich of Oldston, Blackawton, esquire
2) John Harrington of Corston, Somerset, esquire, William Harrington of Bristol, merchant, Thomas Cornwall of Bristol, malster, and Joseph Stennett of Exeter, gent.
Grant of licence to mine the grounds belonging to William Cholwich in Heavitree
Term: 40 years

[no title]  69/M/6/383  1729

Contents:
Correspondence addressed to William Cholwich enclosed in 69/M/6/382

PLYMPTON ST MARY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/384  25 December 1805

Contents:
Counterpart lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Hercules Mitchell of Gwennap, Cornwall, gent.
Sett to search for metals and minerals in the two marshes called Higher and Middle or Road marsh in Plympton St Mary
Term: 21 years
Royalties: 1/12th share of tin and ore or 1/8th part of money from the sale of tin 1/8th part of copper, lead and other metals of minerals (except tin) or 1/8th part of money from the sale of such metals of minerals

[no title]  69/M/6/385  4 December 1835

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Philip Harris of Plymouth, gent.
Sett to search for tin in the two marshes called The Higher and Lower Plym Bridge Marshes, Plympton St Mary
Term: 25 years
Royalties: 1/12th share or the full value in money

PLYMPTON ST MARY: BORINGDON PARK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/386  25 March 1806

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) William Warren of Plympton St Mary, gent., John Hoar, tobacconist, William Joll, merchant, Richard Stear, boot and shoemaker, and James Budge, gent., all of Stoke Damerel.
Sett to search for metals and minerals in part of Boringdon Park, Plympton St Mary
Term: 21 years
Royalties: 1/8th share of all metals or minerals raised.

[no title]  69/M/6/387  2 October 1814

Contents:
Report on Boringdon Park Mine by H Brenton

[no title]  69/M/6/388  11 January 1823

Contents:
Surrender
1) Ann Neal Hoar of Plymouth Dock, [Devonport] tobacconist, the widow and administratrix of the late John Hoar, the younger, of the same place, tobacconist
2) John Parker, earl of Morley
Lease or licence to search for minerals in Boringdon Park
Consideration: 5s

[no title]  69/M/6/389  25 March 1829


Related information: [See el5b/22]

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Joseph Thomas Austen of Place, Cornwall, esquire
Sett to search for metals and minerals in Cann Wood, Towers Wood, Woodford Wood and in plantations on Cann Downs in Boringdon Park and in Plymbridge Grounds, all Plympton St Mary.
Term: 21 years
Royalties: 14th share

[no title]  69/M/6/390  1835

Contents:
Notes of tasks to be performed concerning Boringdon Park Mine

[no title]  69/M/6/391  5 November 1835

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Joseph Malachy of Callington, Cornwall, esquire, and James Husband of Stoke Damerel, esquire.
Sett to search for metals and minerals in part of Boringdon Wood and Park
Term: 21 years
Royalties: 14th share

[no title]  69/M/6/392  1835-1837

Contents:
Bundle of papers re Boringdon Park Mine: sketch of part of Boringdon park, 1831; correspondence re prospective grant to James Husband and Captain Malachy, 1835-7; correspondence re prospective grant to W Millett Thomas, 1835; memorandum on grant of a sett, 1835; notice advertising the public setting of Boringdon Park Mine on 6 January 1836; estimate of the value of the roofing and timber in the buildings at the Boringdon Park Mine, nd [1836]; notice to the earl of Morley given by the Boringdon Park Mining Company of desire for a sett of land at Boringdon Park, 1837; William Williams' inspection of the Boringdon Park Mine, with correspondence re his account, 1837; mining accounts, 1837.

[no title]  69/M/6/393  1 February 1836

Contents:
Counterpart Assignment
1) Joseph Malachy of Callington, Cornwall, esquire, and James Husband of Stoke Damerel, esquire
2) William Copland of Parliament Street, Westminster, esquire, John Labouchere of Birchin Lane, London, esquire, John Martin of Lombard Street, London, esquire, Rowland Mitchell of Lime Street, London, esquire, and James Tulloch of Montague Place, Middlesex, esquire
Sett to search for metals and minerals in Boringdon Park.
Term: remainder of 21 years
Consideration: £2500

[no title]  69/M/6/394  6 February 1836

Contents:
Covenant. Attested copy
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Copland of Parliament Street, Westminster, esquire, John Labouchere of Birchin Lane, London, esquire, John Martin of Lombard Street, London, esquire, Rowland Mitchell of Lime Street, London, esquire, and James Tullock of Montague Place, Middlesex, esquire
To renew a sett of mines in Boringdon Park, Plympton St Mary, and to grant an additional sett of mines in Boringdon Park and to renew the same

[no title]  69/M/6/395  1 January 1854

Contents:
Copy of the valuation of mining injuries at Boringdon Park Mine, Plympton St Mary, as estimated at Christmas 1853 by John Andrews

[no title]  69/M/6/396  23 May 1865

Contents:
Counterpart Grant and Demise
1) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Mr Richard Moore of no 7 Shrubland Grove Dalton, Middlesex, merchant
To search and work for ochre clay (iron oxide) in Boringdon Park Plantation, Plympton St Mary and Spire Pool
Term: 21 years from 25 March 1865
Tonnage Dues: 1s per ton of clay ochre raised and made merchantable.

[no title]  69/M/6/397  21 June 1869

Contents:
Notice and letter: duplicate of notice affixed to the door of the late Richard Moore's mining premises in Boringdon Park, 26 May; letter from F A Harvey of Chacewater to Samuel Newbery concerning the idea of an ochre mine

[no title]  69/M/6/398  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Two copies of maps of Boringdon Consols

[no title]  69/M/6/399  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Map of Boringdon consols showing the location of the lodes. Scale: ¼ mile to three inches

PLYMPTON ST MARY: CANN QUARRY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/400  29 September 1683

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, Plympton St Mary, esquire
2) Nicholas Edwards the younger of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Cannwood Quarry
Term: seven years
Rent: £6 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/401  29 January 1710

Contents:
Articles of Agreement
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) George Lobb of Plymouth St Andrew, lime burner, Thomas Monford, quarryman, Robert Lukess, hellyer, and Christopher Brooking, hellyer, all of Plympton St Mary
For the working of Cann Quarry
Term: 14 years beginning 30 January

[no title]  69/M/6/402  29 January 1723

Contents:
Articles of Agreement
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Thomas Monford, quarryman, John Hamlyn, inn keeper, and Philip Trelawny, husbandman, all of Plympton St Mary
For the working of Cann Quarry
Term: 15 years beginning 30 January.

[no title]  69/M/6/403  3 November 1795

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Richard Drew of Kingsbridge, painter
Cann Quarry and Little Marsh
Term: 28 years
Rent: £73/10s pa

[no title]  69/M/6/404  2 February 1812

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Thomas Gullett of Plympton St Mary, yeoman
Cann Quarry
Term: Until the 25 March 1827
Rent: £100 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/405  8 January 1829

Contents:
Surrender of a Lease
1) The Reverend George Pearse Manley late of Felton, Gloucester, and now of Cann Quarry, clerk
2) John Parker, earl of Morley
Cann Quarry
Consideration: 5s

[no title]  69/M/6/406  1829

Contents:
A map of Cann Mine in the lands of the earl of Morley Scale one inch: three chains. The map is drawn on the back of a page from an indenture [probably a lease of the mine by John Parker, earl of Morley to Joseph Thomas Austen, see possibly 69/M/6/389]

[no title]  69/M/6/407  15 February 1839

Contents:
Counterpart of a Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) George William Reeve of 45 Harrison Street, Grays Inn Road, Middlesex, gent.
Cann Quarry and lands in Plympton St Mary
Term: 21 years from Christmas 1839
Rent: £250 pa
Tonnage dues: 6d per ton of slate/stone
2d per ton of common building stone and dunn stone

[no title]  69/M/6/408  13 December 1845

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Christopher John Pike of Theobalds Park Farm, Middlesex, esquire
Cann Quarry
Term: 21 years from Christmas 1844
Rent: minimum rent/royalties £105 pa
Royalties: ½5th of the gross sales
Tonnage dues: 6d per ton for sizeable roofing slate or tallies
4d per ton for other slate
1d per ton for common building/dunn stone

[no title]  69/M/6/409a & b  28 October 1854

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) David Halket of 20 St Helen's Place, Bishopsgate Street, London, gent., Thomas Nichols, iron founder, Josiah Hugo Hitchins, mine agent, and John Metherell, mine agent, all of Tavistock
Licence and authority to search and mine metallic minerals in a part of Cann Wood, Pithel Plantations, Castle Down Plantations, Castle Park and Brixton Farm
Term: 21 years from 7 August 1854
Royalties: 1/15th share of metallic minerals raised
OR 1/15th share of money from sales of the metallic minerals

[no title]  69/M/6/410  1855

Contents:
Correspondence to and from George Pridham re Mr Pike's removal of his goods from Cann Quarry

[no title]  69/M/6/411  1855-1874

Contents:
Bundle of papers re Cann Quarry: note of James Soper's price of slate goods at Rumple Quarry, 1855; receipts for payments to James Soper by the earl of Morley, 1772-4; list of prices for raising and working slate goods at Cann Quarry, 1872; accounts of slate goods delivered from Cann Quarry, 1872-4; measurements of slate at Cann Quarry, 1873; Soper's accounts for rising and preparing of slate, 1873-4; receipts and accounts for payments by Soper to the earl of Morley on account of goods sold, 1873-4; measurements of paving at Cann Quarry, nd

[no title]  69/M/6/412  1855-6

Contents:
Bundle of correspondence to George Pridham from Mr W Pike re the removal of his goods from Cann Quarry. Includes a letter from Mr Edward James of the Starch Works, Plymouth re the 'Peak Stones' at Marsh Mills

[no title]  69/M/6/413  28 January 1864

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Bennett of 24 Jermyn Street, Middlesex, mining engineer, and William John Sennett of Marlborough Street, Devonport, ironmonger
Cann quarry and house
Term: 21 years from Christmas 1863
Rent: minimum rent/ royalties £50 pa
Royalties: 1/25th of gross sales

[no title]  69/M/6/414  1873

Contents:
Jonathan Scopes report on the values and quantities of goods charged for by Soper during his working of the quarry

[no title]  69/M/6/415  1873-1874

Contents:
James Soper's receipts for money from the earl of Morley for working slate and for payments to the earl for slate sold

[no title]  69/M/6/416  1 April 1874

Contents:
Lease
1) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) James Gullett of Plymouth, stonemason, and James Soper of Plympton, mason
Cann House and Cann Quarries
Term: seven years from Lady day 1874
Consideration: rents, royalties, covenants and agreements described within
Rent: £10 pa for every man employed to quarry slate, minimum being £20, for the first three years of the term. £12/10s per man thereafter if only two men employed, or £10 pa if more than two employed.
£5 pa for Cann House
1d per ton of stone (other than slate)

[no title]  69/M/6/417  10 January 1877

Contents:
Letter from James Gullett to Samuel Newbery enclosing James Soper's account with the earl of Morley

[no title]  69/M/6/418  1877-1882

Contents:
Bundle of correspondence re Cann Quarry: correspondence to and from Mr Gullett and Mr Soper, tenants of Cann Quarry re taking the quarry and re granting of a new term on their lease; notes by Samuel Newbery of an interview with Messrs Gullett and Soper re their tenancy; letter from William Woollcombe to Mr Newbery re Mr Soper's extension of his lease

[no title]  69/M/6/419  30 September 1885

Contents:
Memorandum of plant at Cann Quarry. By James Soper

[no title]  69/M/6/420  November 1885

Contents:
Correspondence between Samuel Newbery and Thomas B Provis re Provis's arrangement with the late Mr Martin, Cann Quarry

[no title]  69/M/6/421  1885

Contents:
Bundle of correspondence between Samuel Newbery and Thomas B Provis (consulting, mining and civil engineer), re a draft agreement for letting Cann Quarry

[no title]  69/M/6/422  1885

Contents:
Correspondence re the possible letting of Cann Quarry to T B Provis, mainly concerning his proposed use of Martin's railway line

[no title]  69/M/6/423  nd

Contents:
Draft Lease
1) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Thomas B Provis of no 15 Woodberry Grove, Finsbury Park, Middlesex
Cann Quarry
Term: seven years from Christmas 1885
Rent/royalties: £30 pa
Tonnage dues: 3d per ton of stone other than slate to a minimum of £30

[no title]  69/M/6/424  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Plan of a proposed navigable leat and railway.
Formerly annexed to an unidentified lease of Cann Quarry slate quarry to John Langford

[no title]  69/M/6/425  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Tracing of a map attached to a conveyance by S B Lopes to Lord Morley of a piece of land 'A' near Cann Quarry

PLYMPTON ST MARY: DORSMOUTH HILL QUARRY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/425a  2 August 1815

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Thomas Mitchelmore and William Barker, both of Plympton St Maurice, masons
Quarry field and Dorsmouth Hill quarry
Term: 14 years
Rent: £10 pa

PLYMPTON ST MARY: FARM QUARRY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/425b  24 June 1817

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Anthony Toope of Plympton St Mary, mason, and William Sobey of the same place, victualler Farm Quarry situated in a field in Woodford Farm called the Nome Field with use of the road from Farm Pool gate to the said quarry
Term: six years
Rent: £15 pa

PLYMSTOCK: MOUNT BATTEN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/426a  24 December 1821

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) George Northmore of Plymouth, sailmaker Lime stone quarry in Mount Batten Field or Hoe Steart
Term: seven or 14 years
Rent: £10 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/426b  2 August 1824

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Thomas Haison and James Haison of East Stonehouse, stonemasons
Parcel of ground situated at Mount Batten to work for lime stones, with use of a quay to be built in front of the same
Term: 10 years
Rent: £21 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/426c  2 November 1825

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) George Northmore of Plymouth, quarryman
Lime stone quarry in Mount Batten Field
Term: 10 years
Rent: £21 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/426d  25 December 1825

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Richard Cotton of Plymstock, quarryman
Parcel of ground situated at Mount Batten
Term: 10 years
Rent: £21 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/426e  25 December 1826

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) James Haison of East Stonehouse, stonemason
2) Peter Simmons the younger of East Stonehouse, merchant
3) John Parker, earl of Morley
Original lease dated 2 August 1824 between 3) and 1)
Parcel of ground situated at Mount Batten to work for lime stones, with use of a quay to be built in front of the same
Consideration: £45
Term: residue of 10 years

[no title]  69/M/6/426f  22 March 1829

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Amyett Northmore of Plymouth, Charles, widow, and administratrix of her late husband George Northmore
2) Thomas Thomas of Plymouth, Charles, gent.
3) John Parker, earl of Morley
Original lease dated 2 November 1825 between 3) and George Northmore
Lime stone quarry in Mount Batten Field
Consideration: 5s
Term: residue of term of 10 years

[no title]  69/M/6/426g  25 March 1830

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) James Brodrick and Robert Furnace of Plymouth, esquires
Lime stone quarry at Mount Batten with use of the quay in front of the same
Term: 10 years
Rent: £64 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/426h  25 March 1830

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Peter Symons the younger of East Stonehouse, gent. and George Haison of the same place, quarryman
Lime stone quarry at Mount Batten with use of the quay in front of the same and also that portion on which 2) have agreed to build a quay
Term: 10 years
Rent: £64 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/426i  11 June 1830

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Davies of Plymouth, Charles, gent.
Lime stone quarry at Mount Batten with use of the quay in front of the same
Term: 10 years
Rent: £50 pa
Endorsed with note of danger to foundations of Mount Batten Castle

[no title]  69/M/6/426j  18 May 1830

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Wakeham of Plymouth St Andrew, gent.
Lime stone quarry as Mount Batten with a quay lately erected by 2)
Term: 10 years
Rent: £20 pa
Endorsed with a memorandum of Peter Symons agreement to let the same. Dated 2 March 1840

[no title]  69/M/6/426k  7 December 1830

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) William Wakeham of Plymouth St Andrew, gent.
2) Robert Four acre of Teats Hill, gent.
3) John Parker, earl of Morley
Original lease dated 18 May 1830 between 3) and 1)
Lime stone quarry as Mount Batten with a quay lately erected by 2)
Consideration: £160
Term: residue term of 10 years
Rent: £40 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/426l  1 July 1833

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Peter Symons the younger of East Stonehouse, gent.
Lime stone quarry at Mount Batten with use of a quay in front of the same
Term: 10 years
Rent: £50 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/426m  2 November 1835

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Nathaniel Prettejohn the younger of Charleton, yeoman
Lime stone quarry situated in Mount Batten Field
Term: seven years
Rent: £40 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/426n  15 June 1838

Contents:
Assignment of Lease
1) Nathaniel Prettejohn the younger of Charleton, yeoman
2) Nicholas Gay Carter of West Alvington, yeoman
3) John Parker, earl of Morley
Original lease dated 2 November 1835 between 3) and 1)
Lime stone quarry situated in Mount Batten Field
Consideration: 5s
Term: residue term of seven years

[no title]  69/M/6/426o  16 August 1841

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Peter Simmons of East Stonehouse, lime-burner
Limestone quarries situated in or near Mount Batten Field alias Hooe Steart with all quays in the harbour of Cattewater usually demised with the same with two quays previously occupied by Mr Davies, one of which is situated near Mount Batten Castle
Term: 10 years
Rent: £131 pa

PLYMSTOCK: MOUNT BATTEN; WHEAL MORLEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/427  1839-1887

Contents:
Bundle of papers re the Wheal Morley Iron Mine at Mount Batten: licence to search for iron ore etc in Mount Batten Field, 1/4/1839; correspondence to Lord Morley from J Yolland re the Mount Batten mine, 1839; list and notices of ores shipped from the mine, 1839-41; correspondence to George Pridham from Charles Vicary and J Elliot Square re the mine 1840, 1841; copy of an analysis of iron pyrites from Mount Batten with letter from Lord Morley re Buckland's opinion on the mine, 1841; monthly list of investments - London Stock Exchange Securities, 1/12/1886, 1/3/1887.

[no title]  69/M/6/428  25 February 1840

Contents:
Counterpart Sett
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Henry Trefusis Smith, gent., and Joseph Giles, brewer, both of Devonport, and William Conway of Plymouth, mason
Field called Hooe Steart or Mount Batten Field with liberty to search for iron ore and all other metals and minerals with use of watercourses and streams
Term: 21 years
Dues: 1/12th of metals and minerals raised

[no title]  69/M/6/429  25 February 1840

Contents:
Sett
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Henry Trefusis Smith, gent., and Joseph Giles, brewer, both of Devonport, and William Conway of Plymouth, mason
Counterpart sett to search for iron ore in Mount Batten field, Plymstock
Rent: 12th part of iron ore, metals or minerals raised.
Endorsed with a memorandum of surrender of the lease dated 31/12/1844.

[no title]  69/M/6/430  12 August 1873

Contents:
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Richard Moore of North Bovey and Plymouth, mine agent.
Counterpart sett for working iron ore on portions of the Mount Batten Estate
Term: 21 years
Rent: 6d per ton of iron ore.
9d per ton of ochre.
1s per ton of clay ochre.

[no title]  69/M/6/431  1880-1893

Contents:
Correspondence between E B Hussey & W D Mann and S P Newbery, esquire, agent to earl of Morley, regarding a new lease at Mount Batten, for the mining of iron ore and clay
(30 items and one plan of the proposed mine)

PLYMSTOCK: POMPHLETT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/432  26 December 1808

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Thomas Smith of Plymstock, yeoman
Lime stone quarry in the barton of Pomphlett. Also a quarry lately opened by 2) in a field called the Brake, also part of the barton of Pomphlett
Term: seven years for the 1st quarry
10 years for the 2nd quarry
Rent: £25 pa for the 1st quarry
£5 5s pa for the 2nd quarry for 1st seven years of the term and £15 5s thereafter

[no title]  69/M/6/433a  26 December 1808

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Shepheard of Charles, stonemason
Lime stone quarry lying in a field called the Warren, part of the barton of Pomphlett. Also another quarry bounded on the north east by other parts of the field called the Warren
Term: seven years
Rent: £45

[no title]  69/M/6/433b  24 December 1809

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) William Pearse of Plymstock, yeoman
Lime stone quarry lying in a field called the Warren, part of the barton of Pomphlett, called Scobles Quarry
Term: seven years
Rent: £31 10s

[no title]  69/M/6/433c  26 December 1813

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Thomas Smith of Plymstock, quarryman
Limestone recently opened in two fields called the Warren and Milefield, parts of the barton of Pomphlett, with the use of part of the newly erected quay in front of the said quarry
Term: six years
Rent: £20 pa for 1st year and £25 pa thereafter

[no title]  69/M/6/433d  26 December 1813

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) George Passmore of Plymstock, quarryman Limestone quarry in part of the barton of Pomphlett, with the use of the quay in front of the said quarry
Term: six years
Rent: £20 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/433e  28 February 1814

Contents:
Counterpart lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Rundle and James Knight, masons, and William Cooke, gunpowder merchant, all of Plymouth
Limestone quarry in a field called the Warren, part of the barton of Pomphlett
Term: seven years
Rent: £10 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/433f  25 March 1820

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) John Wright of Plymstock, quarryman
Limestone quarry in part of the barton of Pomphlett, with the use of the quay in front of the said quarry
Term: 14 years
Rent: £25 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/434  24 June 1829

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Richard Cotton and John Keam both of Plymstock, quarrymen
Surplus small stones from workings near Laira Bridge. Also portion of lime stone quarry lately worked by Thomas Smith lying to the south west of the boundary line lately sold to 2). Also a piece of quay ground situated in front of the said quarry
Term: 5 years
Rent: £880 pa
Enclosed: letter to Mr Yolland containing a summary of the lease dated 13 June 1823; notes on a lease of Pomphlett lime kiln; two draft bailiff's warrants for non-payment of rent by 2), dated 24 April 1833

[no title]  69/M/6/435a  24 June 1832

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Richard Cotton of Plymstock, gent.
Limestone quarry situated near the Modbury turnpike road bounded on the north and east by Pomphlett Brake.
Also a quay situated at the upper end of Pomphlett Lake
Term: five years
Rent: £50 pa
Enclosed is a draft bailiff's warrant for non-payment of rent

[no title]  69/M/6/435b  25 December 1836

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Davies of Plymouth, coal merchant, and Frederick Dickerson of the same place, coal merchant
Limestone quarry situated near the Modbury turnpike road bounded on the north and east by Pomphlett Brake.
Also a quay situated at the upper end of Pomphlett Lake
Term: nine years
Rent: £100 pa for 1st three years, £110 pa thereafter
Enclosed is a note re non-observance of one clause
Endorsed with a Memorandum of Agreement to let by Edward Scott. Dated 14 September 1841

[no title]  69/M/6/435c  7 April 1839

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Robert Kingwill of Plymouth St Andrew, William Conway of Plymouth, Charles, mason and builder, John Symons of the same place, carpenter and builder, and Robert Pearce of the same place, gent.
Quay in Pomphlett Lake, quay situated near Chelson
Lodge and Magazine Quarry. All at Plymstock.
Manor of Plympton
Term: seven years
Rent: £10 for 1st two years. £70 pa thereafter
Enclosed is a note from John Yolland authorising Philip Harris to erect a carpenter's shop with material houses, dated 10 December 1835

[no title]  69/M/6/435d  4 April 1849

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Christopher Spear of Hallon Barton, Cornwall, lime burner
Limestone quarry situated in a field called the Mill Field, parcel of the barton of Pomphlett with a yard and quay situated nearly opposite the same, abutting Pomphlett Lake
Term: four years
Rent: £20

[no title]  69/M/6/436  1873-1883

Contents:
Papers re the Pomphlett Estate: correspondence re work at the Pomphlett Quarries, Ochre Works and stores

[no title]  69/M/6/436a  1 January 1873

Contents:
Sett
1) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) George Pridham and Glinn Pridham of Plymouth, gents.
To search for metals and minerals on the Pomphlett Estate. With right of way across the estate to and from the quays nearby
Term: 21 years
Dues: 9d per ton of iron ore to rise to 1s per ton if over 5000 tons raised in a year
All other metals and minerals 1/18th part 2d per ton of produce stopped from any of the quays

SHAUGH: BLACKALLER  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/437  27 May 1850

Contents:
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Mr William Phillips of Shaugh, china clay merchant
Fair draft copy of a lease for 42 years of a part of an estate called Blackaller, Shaugh, with liberty to work granite etc
Consideration: rents, royalties, reservations etc.
Rent: £6 pa with tonnage dues

SHAUGH: LEE MOOR  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/438  29 September 1834

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Phillips of Sunderland, Durham, gent., and William Phillips, his son, lately of the same, but now of Plymouth St Andrew, gent.
Sett to search for metals and minerals (except china clay and china stone) on Lee Moor, Torrecombe Wood and other lands, Shaugh
Term: 99 years
Royalties: 1/20th share of the metals and minerals or their value in money.

[no title]  69/M/6/439  23 May 1835

Contents:
Letter from J Malachy to Lord Morley recommending him to continue working the tin mine at Lee Moor

WATER DISPUTES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/440  25 April 1834

Contents:
Notice from John Hitchins, agent of the Tinners and Adventurers in the Bottle Hill Tin Mine re intention to cut a leat from Ditsworthy on the River Cadover to Bottle Hill Mine

[no title]  69/M/6/440a  17 May 1834

Contents:
Notice from Martin Hitchins, agent of the Tinners and Adventurers in the Bottle Hill Tin Mine to the proprietors of Torrecombe Clay Work re their diversion of a water leat

[no title]  69/M/6/441  19 March 1835

Contents:
Copy of a letter from Deeble Boger to Mr Yolland re dispute over Lord Morley's cutting of a water course through Mr Hayes's estate in Cornwood to the clay works at Torrecombe

[no title]  69/M/6/442  3 August 1836

Contents:
Letter from G Pridham to Mr Yolland containing a copy of the Attorney general's opinion re dispute between Messrs Phillips and Strode re injury to a mill stream

[no title]  69/M/6/443  25 October 1838

Contents:
Statement of James Phillips re the Crown Hill Water question

[no title]  69/M/6/444  2 August 1838

Contents:
Deposition of Philip Luscombe re the Crown Hill Water question

[no title]  69/M/6/445  16 September 1878

Contents:
Letter from the Martin brothers to John Andrews re Bottle Hill water

[no title]  69/M/6/446  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Plan showing the course of the Bottle Hill Leat from the River Tory

MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/447  25 January 1823

Contents:
Letter to John Yolland from Charles Peers re Mrs Stoar's mining lease

[no title]  69/M/6/448  13 May 1835

Contents:
Receipt from Crowndale Melting House re Wheal Barrenton Mine Tin

[no title]  69/M/6/449  1854-1859

Contents:
George Pridham's papers concerning establishment and forfeiture of Wheal Harriet Sophia

PLYM FISHERY AND OYSTERAGE  [no ref. or date]


Related information: [see also PWDRO Accession 1322]

[no title]  69/M/6/450  24 June 1719

Contents:
Counterpart Lease for three lives
1) Sir Richard Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, baronet, lord of 1/8th part of the manor of Plympton
2) John Harrys of Radford, Plymstock, esquire
1/8th part of the royalty of the oysterage in Cattewater in the River Plym, part of the royalty of the manor of Plympton.
Term: 99 years
Consideration: £20
Rent: 5s and a half penny pa

[no title]  69/M/6/451  29 September 1719

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire, lord of 3/8th parts of the manor of Plympton
2) John Bullock of Oreston, Plymstock, victualler
3/8th part of the royalty of the oysterage in Cattewater in the River Plym.
Term: seven years
Rent: £3 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/452  24 October 1726

Contents:
Lease
1) George Parker of Boringdon, esquire, lord of 3/8th parts of the manor and royalty of the manor of Plympton
2) Thomas Oxland of Turnchapel, Plympton, mariner
3/8th part of the royalty of the oysterage in Cattewater in the River Plym.
Term: seven years
Rent: £4 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/453  29 September 1729

Contents:
Lease for three lives
1) Sir Francis Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Cornwall, baronet, lord of 1/8th part of the manor of Plympton
2) John Harris of Radford, esquire
1/8th part of the royalty of the oysterage in Cattewater in the River Plym
Term: 99 years
Consideration: Surrender of lease dated 20 June 1719 and sum of four guineas in gold
Rent: 5s and a half penny pa

[no title]  69/M/6/454  29 September 1747

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, lord of 3/8 parts of the manor and royalty of the manor of Plympton
2) John Curtis of Turnchapel, Plymstock, ropelayer
3/8th part of the royalty in the oysterage in Cattewater in the River Plym.
Term: seven years
Rent: £4/10s/- pa

[no title]  69/M/6/455  29 September 1754

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, lord of 3/8 parts of the manor and royalty of the manor of Plympton
2) John Curtis of Turnchapel, Plymstock, ropelayer
3/8th part of the royalty in the oysterage in Cattewater in the River Plym
Term: seven years
Rent: £4/10s/- pa

[no title]  69/M/6/456  29 September 1757

Contents:
Lease for three lives
1) Sir Francis Vyvyan, baronet, lord of 1/8 part of the manor and royalty of the manor of Plympton
2) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
1/8th part of the fishing commonly called the haking in the manor of Plympton.
Term: 99 years
Consideration: £3
Rent: 15d pa

[no title]  69/M/6/457  29 September 1771

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker of Boringdon, esquire
2) Joseph Knight of Oreston, Plymstock, mariner
John Parker's right and interest in and to the oysterage and fishery in Cattewater in the River Plym
Term: seven years
Rent: £16/16s pa

[no title]  69/M/6/458  29 September 1793

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) John Ley of Trehill, esquire, surviving trustee of the last will and testament of The Rt Hon. John Parker, Lord Boringdon deceased
2) William Fowler of Oreston, Plymstock, fisherman.
John Ley's right and interest in and to the oysterage and fishery in Cattewater in the River Plym
Term: seven years
Rent: £17/17s pa

[no title]  69/M/6/459  29 September 1800

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) William Fowler of Oreston, Plymstock
Lord Boringdon's right and interest in and to the oysterage and fishery in Cattewater in the River Plym
Term: seven years
Rent: £20 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/460  24 October 1814

Contents:
Covenant
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Sir Massey Lopes of Maristow, baronet
Relating to right or title to the Head Wear and Salmon Hutch on the River Plym

[no title]  69/M/6/461  29 September 1828

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Elias Scoble and Thomas Coombs both of Egg Buckland, fisherman
Fishery in the part of the River Plym from Prince Rock above the Lary [Laira] Bridge to Head Wear in Plympton St Mary, together with the hutch for taking salmon
Term: seven years
Rent: £36 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/462  1836

Contents:
Conditions agreed to by William Hamlyn for letting the Fishery in the River Plym from Lary [Laira] Bridge to the Salmon Hatch at Head Wear for a term of seven years from Lady Day 1836 and at a rent of £30 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/463  29 September 1837

Contents:
Lease
1) Erving Clark of Efford, esquire
2) John Parker, earl of Morley
Fishery in the River Plym belonging to manor of Efford
Term: seven years
Rent: £10 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/464  1837-1838

Contents:
Bundle of papers re arbitration over damage alleged to be caused to the Plym Fishery by the Plymouth and Dartmoor Mining Company's mine called Wheal Lopes, 1837-8

[no title]  69/M/6/465  10 April 1838

Contents:
Copy of an Award made after arbitration between John Parker, earl of Morley and the Plymouth and Dartmoor Mining Company re destruction of fish in the Earl's Fishery in the River Plym

[no title]  69/M/6/466  25 September 1849

Contents:
Memorandum of an Agreement
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) James Jenkins of 2 Higher Street, Plymouth, fisherman
Relating to terms of renting of a Fishery in the River Plym

[no title]  69/M/6/467  24 March 1851

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Henry Murchison of 20, Saint Helen's Place, Bishopsgate Street, London, mine agent, David Halket of 19 Saint Helen's Place, London, esquire, Josiah Hugo Hitchins of Tavistock, mine agent, and William Godden of Boringdon Park Mine, Plympton St Mary, mine agent.
Sett to search for metallic minerals in Cann Wood, Cann Down, Castle Down Plantations, Towers Wood, Boringdon Park Plantation and closes in Boringdon Farm, Plympton St Mary
With a lease of the Fishery in the River Plym including the Salmon Hutch, Spire Pool, Engine Pond and the canal lying east of the Cann Quarry Railway
Term: 21 years
Dues: 1/15th of metallic minerals or proceeds from their sale
Is per ton of metallic minerals transported by rail from the mine
Rent for fishery: £30 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/468  1851

Contents:
Draft Lease
1) John Henry Murchison of No. 20 Saint Helen's Place, Bishopsgate Street, London, mine agent, David Halket of no 19 Saint Helen's Place aforesaid esquire, Josiah Hugo Hitchins of Tavistock, mine agent, and William Godden of Boringdon Park Mine, Plympton St Mary, mine agent.
2) Robert Salmon, Thomas Martin and Christopher Spear all of Laira near Plymouth, fishermen, and Thomas Rennoll of Plymouth, victualler
Rights and interests in the Fishery in the River Plym together with the Salmon Hutch, Spire Pool, Engine Pond and the canal lying east of the Cann Quarry Railway
Term: One year
Rent: £10

[no title]  69/M/6/469  31 December 1851

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Samuel Perry of Oreston, Plymstock, fisherman
Fishery and oysterage in Cattewater in the River Plym
Term: seven years
Rent: £35 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/470  3 February 1857

Contents:
Assignment
1) John Henry Murchison of no 20 Saint Helen's Place Bishopsgate Street, London, mine agent, David Halket late of Great Saint Helens, esquire, Josiah Hugo Hitchins of Tavistock, esquire and William Godden of Plympton, mining captain
2) Charles Powell and Edmund Cooke of Hercules Chambers, Old Broad Street, London, share brokers and Thomas Field of Crown Court, Threadneedle Street, London, esquire
Consideration: £20
Sett and rights of fishery comprised in two indentures dated 24 March 1851
Endorsed with a surrender to the earl of Morley dated 13 April 1859

[no title]  69/M/6/471  August, December 1858

Contents:
Two letters to George Pridham from John and Edwin Hardnen requesting permission to lease a portion of Saltram estuary for the laying down of oysters

[no title]  69/M/6/472  12 January 1859

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Samuel Perry and William Charley both of Oreston, Plymstock, fishermen
Fishery and oysterage in Cattewater on the River Plym
Term: seven years
Rent: £35 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/473  11 June 1861

Contents:
Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Erving Clark of Efford, esquire
Fishery in the River Plym
Term: three years
Rent: £6 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/474  February-April 1862

Contents:
Four letters concerning the letting of the fishery and salmon hatch

[no title]  69/M/6/475  12 May 1862

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) George William Soltau-Symons of Chaddlewood, Plympton St Mary, esquire
Fishery in the River Plym
Term: seven years
Rent: £10 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/476  17 February 1871

Contents:
Note by Samuel Newbery of documents sent to George Pridham concerning the salmon hutch on the River Plym

[no title]  69/M/6/477  18 December 1871

Contents:
Copy of a short-hand writer's notes on the proceedings before the Court of the Special Commissioners for English Fisheries held at Plymouth on the 18 December 1871 re investigation of the claim by the earl of Morley to a fish box on the River Plym

[no title]  69/M/6/478  18 December 1871

Contents:
Certificate stating the legality of the earl of Morley's ownership of Fishing Mill Dam in Plympton St Mary. Issued by the Special Commissioners for English Fisheries

[no title]  69/M/6/479  1871-1881

Contents:
Bundle of papers re the proceedings before the Court of the Special Commissioners for English Fisheries re a fishing weir in the River Plym at Cann Quarry (1871); correspondence re a complaint concerning alterations to the fishing weir

[no title]  69/M/6/480  5 December 1874

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) George William Culme Soltau-Symons of Chaddlewood, Plympton St Mary, esquire Fishery and oysterage in the River Plym
Term: five years
Rent: £10 pa for the fishery
£21 pa for the oysterage

[no title]  69/M/6/481  27 January 1880

Contents:
Counterpart Lease
1) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Henry Clark of Edgcumbe near Tavistock, esquire Fishery and oysterage in the River Plym
Term: five years
Rent: £10 pa for the fishery
£21 pa for the oysterage

[no title]  69/M/6/482  1 August 1885

Contents:
Draft Lease
1) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Sir Thomas Freake, of Warfleet, Dartmouth
All game, rabbits and wildfowl on the lands of the earl of Morley, parishes of Plympton St Mary, Plymstock and Shaugh, with use of Hardwick Lodge, Triumphal Arch Lodge and Saltram Point
Cottage with boathouse. Fishery and oysterage in the River Plym.
Term for game: 1 August 1885 to 1 February 1887
Term for fishery and oysterage: 29 September 1885 to 1st
Both to be renewed annually on 1 February until either party gives notice in writing.
Consideration: £250
Rent: £600 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/483  6 February 1901

Contents:
Agreement
1) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Godfrey Michell Courage of Leigham, Egg Buckland, esquire
Fishery and oysterage in the River Plym
Term: One year and henceforth from year to year
Rent: £25 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/484  25 May 1907

Contents:
Copy of an Award dated 25 October 1567 re disputed possession of Whitley's Marsh/Woodford Marsh and the fishing of the River Plym. With a letter to Woollcombe and Sons from R Kirk of Chancery Lane with notes on his comparison of the copy with the original

[no title]  69/M/6/485  31 October 1914

Contents:
Conveyance
1) Paul Treby Clark of Chollacott, Whitchurch, a Colonel in the Army on the retired list and James Yonge Woollcombe of 2 Princes Square, Plymouth, solicitor
2) Lucy Clark of Efford Manor, Egg Buckland, widow
3) Edmund Robert, earl of Morley
The manor of Efford, Fishery in the River Plym and other hereditaments, Egg Buckland
Consideration: £150

[no title]  69/M/6/486  nd [19th c]

Contents:
Questions and answers re the erection of a weir by Lord Morley at Plympton St Mary Bridge

CATTEWATER HARBOUR  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/487  1806-1807

Contents:
Papers concerning the Cattewater moorings: notice of Lord Boringdon's laying down of moorings in Cattewater; two published letters addressed to Lord Boringdon concerning the moorings; notice advertising a public meeting of the inhabitants of Plymouth; copy of Mr Bicknell's opinion on the case; correspondence with the navy office and Admiralty

[no title]  69/M/6/488  1806-1807

Contents:
Papers concerning Cattewater: bill with covering letter from Robert Mylie to Lord Morley for work on the Cattewater enquiry; letter from J Waller concerning a communication to the Corporation; letter from V Hill re the exchequer survey

[no title]  69/M/6/489  31 October 1807

Contents:
Memorandum re the lease from the Crown to Lord Boringdon re mooring chains in Cattewater, dated 26 August 1807

[no title]  69/M/6/490  4 November [1807]

Contents:
Letter to Lord Boringdon from [W Huchison]: Danish Commissioners; Cattewater squall

[no title]  69/M/6/491  22 November 1807

Contents:
Letter to Lord Boringdon from -, Plymouth: use of the Cattewater moorings by Danish ships under embargo

[no title]  69/M/6/492  1807


Related information: [see also PWDRO 69/M/6/692]

Contents:
Items concerning Cattewater moorings; letter to Lord Boringdon from Admiral Pole concerning his conduct over the Cattewater transaction; warrant from the Surveyor General of H M's Land Revenue issued to James Green for survey and valuation of the Cattewater moorings

[no title]  69/M/6/493  1807-1815

Contents:
Papers concerning the Cattewater moorings: resolutions of a meeting in Plymouth; opposition to the Bill; Lord Commissioners of the Admiralty's recommendations for purchase of the moorings

[no title]  69/M/6/494  1808

Contents:
Bundle of notices re Cattewater moorings: two copies of a notice denying gale inflicted damage; notice advertising mooring rates

[no title]  69/M/6/495  1811-1815

Contents:
Bundle of notices and correspondence re the Cattewater Harbour and moorings: memorandum, correspondence and reports re proposed sale by Lord Boringdon of his interest in the mooring chains etc. in Cattewater Harbour; notices advertising public meetings to discuss a bill for the further improvement of Cattewater Harbour; notice advertising the resolutions of the public meetings re the same; correspondence between Dr Woollcombe and John Collier, chairman of a committee appointed by the Plymouth public meeting to consider the bill; expenses account of J Donnington, House of Commons; the proposed Government purchase of the moorings

[no title]  69/M/6/496  1812

Contents:
An Act for the Improvement of certain Parts of the Harbour of Cattewater within the Manor of Plympton in the County of Devon; and for more effectually providing for the Security of the Communication from Pomphlett Point across the contiguous Water of Lary [Laira] within the said Manor [with copy]

[no title]  69/M/6/497  1814; 1816

Contents:
An Act for the better Regulation of the several Ports, Harbours, Roadsteads, Sounds, Channels, Bays and Navigable Rivers, in the United Kingdom; and of His Majesty's Docks, Dock Yards, Arsenals, Wharves, Moorings, and Stores therein; and for repealing several Acts passed for that purpose + three letters concerning earl of Morley's mooring

[no title]  69/M/6/498  8 June 1815

Contents:
Letter from Isaac Blackburn to the earl of Morley: the fastenings at Turnchapel Rock, Cattewater

[no title]  69/M/6/499  [1815]

Contents:
Memorandum giving a summary of the legal debate over Cattewater moorings and the proposals for the Government to purchase the same

[no title]  69/M/6/500  1874

Contents:
An Act to confirm, with Amendments, certain Provisional Orders made by the Board of Trade under the General Pier and Harbour Act, 1861, relating to Bray, Buckie (Cluny), Carlingford Lough, Cattewater, Eyemouth, Great Yarmouth, Kinsale, Lybster, Sandown, Sidmouth, Tees, and Yarmouth (Isle of Wight)

[no title]  69/M/6/501  1874

Contents:
Two copies of an Order for the Construction, Maintenance and Regulation of a Breakwater and Pier, on the Batten Reef of Rocks in the Entrance of Cattewater, in the Port of Plymouth, and of Approach Roads thereto, and of the Harbour of Cattewater, Devon

[no title]  69/M/6/502  10 July 1874

Contents:
Minutes of evidence taken before the select committee of the House of Lords on the Pier and Harbour Orders Confirmation (Cattewater Harbour Order) Bill

[no title]  69/M/6/503  1880

Contents:
An Act to confirm certain Provisional Orders made by the Board of Trade under the General Pier and Harbour Act, 1861, relating to Aldrington, Anstruther, Bouldnor, Broadstairs, Carrickfergus, Castle Bay (Barra), Llandudno, and Tralee and Feint; and to amend the Cattewater Harbour Order, 1876

[no title]  69/M/6/504  1885

Contents:
An Act to confirm certain Provisional Orders made by the Board of Trade under the General Pier and Harbour Act 1861, relating to Cattewater, Dingle, Lee-on-the-Solent Act North Sunderland, Plymouth, Saint Leonards, Saint Monacre and Southbourne

HUNDRED OF COLERIDGE  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
Origin of claim: The hundred of Coleridge with its rights was sold by Malachy Lyne Heath gent. to John Parker of Boringdon for £400 in May 1769, and the first account of wreck (mainly timber) taken by his bailiff (John Gardner) on his behalf dates back to 1771-82

[no title]  69/M/6/505  1771-82

Contents:
Account of wreck taken by John Gardner as Receiver of Wreck on land belonging to Mr Parker

[no title]  69/M/6/506  c1811-1816

Contents:
Papers concerning the dispute between Lord Boringdon and R W Newman concerning claim to a piece of mahogany case ashore on Bee sands: correspondence from George and William Eastlake as Lord Boringdon's solicitors; notes on and for the witnesses; counsel's opinion of 9 October 1813; copy of warrant of appointment of John Gardener and of his account; copy of the award

[no title]  69/M/6/507  1815-56

Contents:
Papers: abstract of title to the Hundred of Coleridge, 1815; notes of papers concerning Coleridge, 1544-1753; examination of title 1836; correspondence re wreck of a cask of wine, 1837; report for wreck, 1838; bill of J R Smith for legal advice, 1838; correspondence with J R Smith; agreement for administration of the hundred; wreck of timber 1840; reports of wrecks; copy of section 454 of 'The Merchant Shipping Act 1854'

[no title]  69/M/6/508  1828-67

Contents:
Correspondence: handbills containing the public apology of John Chope, farmer, of the parish of Chivelstone, for assaulting William Pike, the earl of Morley's bailiff, 1828; reports of wreck; appointment of bailiffs; death of Mr Gillard, bailiff

[no title]  69/M/6/509  1830

Contents:
Correspondence concerning wreck of the Adele at Prawle on 22 January 1830: Includes Acts 1 and 2 George IV cap 75-76 'An Act to continue and amend certain Acts for preventing Frauds and Depredations committed on Merchants, Shipowners and Underwriters, by Boatmen and others; and also for remedying certain Defects relative to the Adjustment of Salvage in England, under an Act made in the Twelfth year of Queen Anne,' 2 July 1821

[no title]  69/M/6/510  1837-1868

Contents:
Correspondence concerning wrecks: queries re a cask washed ashore in 1837; draft extracts re title to hundred of Coleridge, 1856 with correspondence from the Office of Committee of Privy Council for Trade acknowledging proof of claim;
Reports of wrecks; notification of relevant clauses in 'The Merchant Shipping Act, 1854';
Receipts for wreck; correspondence from the Shipping Department re the Lord of Devon's claim to wreck (with tracing of coastline); Board of Trade investigation of claim to wreck

[no title]  69/M/6/511  1838-1844

Contents:
Instructions for the bailiffs of the Hundred of Coleridge, extending from Kingsbridge Quay to Dartmouth Castle. Records goods found on the shore [mainly blank]

[no title]  69/M/6/512  [1867]

Contents:
Copy of a statement: title of the earl of Morley to unclaimed wreck within Hundred of Coleridge; address to which notices are to be sent following Section 454 of Merchant Shipping Act, 1854; account at end for wrecks received 1771-1867

[no title]  69/M/6/513  1891

Contents:
Notices to S P Newbery as agent for the lord of the manor of the hundred of Coleridge of wrecks taken possession of at Prawle

[no title]  69/M/6/514  13 November 1891

Contents:
Letter to Newbery from the Receiver of Wreck at Customs House, Exeter: procedure for claiming wreckage within the manor of the hundred of Coleridge

[no title]  69/M/6/515  30 June 1897

Contents:
Memorandum to Mr Holmes from the Receiver of Wrecks re sale of timber

CONSTRUCTION OF THE LAIRA BRIDGE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/516  1812-1825

Contents:
Bundle of papers mainly re the construction of the Lary [Laira] Bridge estimate for Pomphlett Bridge; purchase of property for construction of the bridge; stage coach tolls; construction of road to the bridge by the Embankment Company; resolutions of the railway company re the renting of quays; contracts for granite; estimates for construction costs, materials and strength of the bridge; draft notice advertising the introduction of the Lary [Laira] bridge Amendment Bill; correspondence with J Johnson and Co and Mr Bryce re contracts for work on the bridge; correspondence with Mr Lockyer, the mayor, re opposition to the Lary [Laira] Bridge Amendment Bill; anonymous letter to the Countess Morley re the Bill; diagram of proposed bridge

[no title]  69/M/6/517  1820-1824

Contents:
Bundle of papers re construction of the Lary [Laira] Bridge and approach roads: map of the borough of Plymouth by John Cooke, with MSS additions showing the proposed new road; general statement of the income and expenditure of the Kingsbridge, Dartmouth and Modbury Turnpikes; poster advertising the resolutions of a meeting of the Modbury Turnpike trustees; correspondence re the Lary [Laira] Bridge amendment bill; copy of 'Woolmer's Exeter and Plymouth Gazette' dated 12/4/1823

[no title]  69/M/6/518  1822-1823

Contents:
Bundle of papers re construction of the Lary [Laira] Bridge: specification and descriptive particulars for building a chain suspension bridge over the Lary [Laira]; John Seaward's observations on chain suspension bridges and on an improved plan for their construction; Seaward's tender; J M Rendel's report on the suspension bridge over the Lary [Laira], with estimate; detailed estimate for Pomphlett Bridge

[no title]  69/M/6/519  1822-1824

Contents:
Bundle of correspondence to and from Lord Morley re the construction of the Lary [Laira] Bridge: conflict with Sir William Elford re his new quay on the banks of the Lary [Laira]; the Tweed bridge; views on the proposed nature and construction of the bridge, including those of Thomas Telford; opposition to the Lary [Laira] Bridge Amendment Bill

[no title]  69/M/6/520  1822-1825

Contents:
Bundle of correspondence and papers re construction of the Laira Bridge: correspondence from J M Rendel to the earl of Morley regarding plans for the bridge and opposition to the planned roads; estimates for the bridge; Memorandum of Agreement between the earl of Morley and Mr W N Hazledine of Shrewsbury, Iron Master for iron work for the Laira Bridge, 23/6/1823; Rendel's estimates for construction and iron work; correspondence from Mr W N Hazledine to the earl of Morley re their agreement; Articles of Agreement between the earl of Morley and W Hazledine for execution of iron work on the Laira Bridge 9/3/1825; notes re dispute between Messrs Johnson and Co. and the earl of Morley re work on the bridge, nd

[no title]  69/M/6/521  1822-1825

Contents:
Bundle of Lord Morley's correspondence mainly re the Lary [Laira] Bridge: plans for construction of the Lary [Laira] Bridge; notices of public meetings to discuss the bills for construction of the Lary [Laira] Bridge; discussions with the Kingsbridge, Modbury and Totnes Turnpike trusts; conflict with the Embankment Company; conflict with Sir William Elford

[no title]  69/M/6/522  1822-1825

Contents:
Bundle of correspondence re the Lary [Laira] Bridge: opinions re the proposed design of the bridge by J Green, J M Rendel, John Seaward, J Waller and Thomas Telford; estimates of costs

[no title]  69/M/6/523  1822-1825, 1838

Contents:
Bundle of papers and correspondence re the construction of the Lary [Laira] Bridge: opposition of Sir William Elford; opposition of the railway company; Modbury Turnpike trustees; Kingsbridge trustees; accounts of road construction progress; correspondence with the Admiralty; copy of 'An Act for altering and amending an Act of the last session of Parliament, for erecting a Bridge over the water of Lary [Laira], in Devon', 1824; Copy of 'A Bill entitled an Act to facilitate the Merger of Tithes in Land', 1838

[no title]  69/M/6/524  11 October 1823

Contents:
Articles of Agreement
1) Richard Rosdew of Beechwood, Plympton St Mary, Edmund Lockyer, Richard Bayly and John Pridham all of Plymouth, esquires, being four of the committee of the Plymouth Embankment Company
2) John Parker, earl of Morley
For construction of a road from the water of the Lary [Laira] at Great Prince Rock to the Embankment Road near the head of Love Lane

[no title]  69/M/6/525  1823

one copy

Contents:
A Bill for erecting a Bridge over the Water of Lary [Laira] from Pomphlett Point, to Great Prince Rock, in the County and for the more effectual Recovery of the Toll payable at the ancient Passage between Oreston and Cattedown, within the Manor of Plympton, in the said County

[no title]  69/M/6/526  1823

two copies

Contents:
An Act for erecting a Bridge over the Water of Lary [Laira], from Pomphlett Point, to or near to Great Prince Rock, Devon

[no title]  69/M/6/527  [1823/4]

Contents:
Letter from the earl of Morley to Sir William Elford re the siting of the Lary [Laira] Bridge

[no title]  69/M/6/528  1823-1824

Contents:
Bundle of Lord Morley's correspondence re Lary [Laira] bridge: proposals for a drawbridge; discussions with the Embankment Company and the Railway Company; list of proprietors of the railroad

[no title]  69/M/6/529  1823-1825

Contents:
Bundle of correspondence addressed to the earl of Morley mainly re construction of roads for the Laira Bridge: discussions with the Modbury Turnpike trustees; progress with borings; letter from George Furlong Wise, junior, re a meeting to consider Mr Rendel's bill, and progress of roads; progress of roads; discussions with the Kingsbridge Turnpike trustees

[no title]  69/M/6/530  1823-1824

Contents:
Bundle of papers re the Lary [Laira] Bridge: estimates for construction; report of public meeting in Plymouth; Lary [Laira] Bridge Amendment Bill; conflict with Sir William Elford; progress of work on the bridge

[no title]  69/M/6/531  1823-1828

Contents:
Bundle of bills addressed to the earl of Morley from J M Rendel, civil engineer, for work on: Lary [Laira] Bridge; roads to the bridge; Pomphlett wharves; sale of Pomphlett rocks; Cann Quarry communications; Morley Arms; Mount Batten; toll house for the Lary [Laira] Bridge; Billacombe Road

[no title]  69/M/6/532  1823-1828

Contents:
Bundle of correspondence re Lary [Laira] Bridge: with the Modbury and Kingsbridge turnpike trustees re construction of roads to the Lary Bridge; opposition of Sir William Elford to construction of the bridge; paper cuttings expressing views on the construction of the bridge; copy of An Act for effectually making, repairing and maintaining certain roads from Kingsbridge to Dartmouth, Modbury, Salcombe and other places in the South part of the county of Devon.

[no title]  69/M/6/533  1823-1878

Contents:
Bundle of Lord Morley's correspondence re Lary [Laira]
Bridge: Sir William Elford and Mr Johnson's proposals; discussions with the Kingsbridge Turnpike trustees; disagreements over J M Rendel's bill; memoranda re Billacombe tolls; discussions of tolls for the Lary [Laira] Bridge

[no title]  69/M/6/534  1824

Contents:
An Act for altering and amending an Act of the last session of Parliament for erecting a Bridge over the Water of Lary [Laira], Plymouth

[no title]  69/M/6/535  1824

Contents:
An Act for further extending the Powers of the Company of Proprietors for Embanking Part of the Lary [Laira], near Plymouth

[no title]  69/M/6/536  19 January 1824

Contents:
Articles of Agreement
1) Richard Rosdew of Beechwood, Plympton St Mary, Edmund Lockyer, Richard Bayly and John Pridham all of the borough of Plymouth, esquires, being four of the committee of the Plymouth Embankment Company
2) John Parker, earl of Morley
For construction of a road from the water of the Lary [Laira] at Great Prince Rock to the Embankment Road at/near the head of Love Lane

[no title]  69/M/6/537  17 June 1824

Contents:
Letter to the earl of Morley from J M Rendel re piles for the Lary [Laira] Bridge

[no title]  69/M/6/538  3 July 1824

Contents:
Letter to the earl of Morley from J M Rendel re the construction of a toll house and the termination of the Laira Bridge

[no title]  69/M/6/539  1824-1825

Contents:
Correspondence mainly re construction of Lary [Laira] Bridge: with Alex Brice and his lawyer re his contract; memorandum between Lord Morley and Mr Brice for a proposed settlement for work done to the Lary [Laira] Bridge; with Johnson re negotiations re his contract; with Rendel re progress of construction; from Rendel re damage to the Chelson
Embankment; re Hazledine; Cann Quarry communications; bathing place at Pomphlett for Lady Morley; Prince Rock Wharf

[no title]  69/M/6/540  1824-1833

Contents:
Bundle of correspondence mainly to the earl of Morley re the construction of the Laira bridge and Embankment Road: opposition to the passing of the Laira Bridge Bill; opinions as to Morley's position re compensation if he constructed the bridge pursuant to the authority vested in him by the Act of Parliament; negotiations with the railway company; confirmation of conveyance by Mr Soltau; arguments for different types and location of bridge; Negotiations with Sir William Elford; Laira Bridge Amendment Bill; certificates of work done, 1825-6; accounts for work done in completing the Morley Arms, 1827-8; accounts for work done on the Laira Bridge, 1827-8, Quarter Session Order giving the earl of Morley leave to pass an intended railroad from Crabtree to Plympton St Mary, 1833

[no title]  69/M/6/541  7 August 1825

Contents:
David Flann's bill for timber

[no title]  69/M/6/542  Aug-Jan 1825-1826

Contents:
Returns re the state of construction work on the Lary [Laira] Bridge and weekly reports of work done

[no title]  69/M/6/543  1826-1827

Contents:
Bundle of correspondence mainly between Lord Morley and J M Rendel and Mr Hazledine: work on the Lary [Laira] Bridge; Pomphlett quarries and wharves; Mount Batten; Cann Quarry canal; inscription for the bridge; certificates for work done; memoranda re costs; resolutions of the Modbury Turnpike trustees; construction of the new inn; discussions re a toll house for the bridge; arrangements for coach routes over the bridge

[no title]  69/M/6/544  1826-1828

Contents:
Bundle of papers mainly re the construction of the Lary [Laira] Bridge: note of payments to Mr Hazledine; letters from J M Rendel to Lord Morley re work on Mount Batten quarries, the Cann canal, Lary [Laira] Bridge, the Embankment Road, the Morley Arms and Johnsons Quay

[no title]  69/M/6/545  1827

Contents:
Rendel's list of certificates given to Mr Hazledine for iron work for Lary [Laira] Bridge

[no title]  69/M/6/546  5 June 1828

Contents:
Letter from J M Rendel to the earl of Morley: Discussions at Mount Batten; Lary [Laira] Bridge; payment of Mr Hazledine

[no title]  69/M/6/547  6 June 1828

Contents:
Letter to the earl of Morley from J M Rendel re a dispute over Hazledine's iron deliveries

[no title]  69/M/6/548  9 June 1828

Contents:
Covering letter with the bill of Joseph Pridham for work re the New Inn near the Lary [Laira] Bridge

[no title]  69/M/6/549  5 March 1836

Contents:
Copy Articles of Agreement
1) Robert Henley Rogers esquire, a Captain in HM's Royal Navy, Richard Bayly, esquire, and Thomas Gill, esquire, of Plymouth, three of the trustees of the Plymouth Eastern Turnpike
2) Erving Clark esquire of Efford
Damages paid to 2) on the building of a new stone bridge across the River Plym
Payments: 3d per foot of land used during building £12 to be paid to 2) on 24/3/1836 as one year's rent of the fishery

[no title]  69/M/6/550  1894

Contents:
Correspondence to and from Lord Morley re the carriage of a water main from Plymouth over the Laira Bridge

[no title]  69/M/6/551  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Notice warning persons searching for shell fish around the piers of the Lary [Laira] Bridge, that removal of the materials (such as stone) placed around the piers will render those persons liable to penalties under the Act for erection of the Lary [Laira] Bridge

BRIDGE TOLLS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/552  nd [1811]

Contents:
Agreement [one sheet only]
1) John Parker, Lord Boringdon
2) Sampson Giles
Operation of tolls on the Flying Bridge. Includes a schedule of regulations and tolls

[no title]  69/M/6/553  25 December 1826

Contents:
Assignment of tolls
1) John Yonge, James Courtenay and William Stackhouse, being three of the trustees for executing an act for maintaining the road from Modbury through Plympton to the north end of Lincotta Lane, and from Modbury to within 400 yards of the bridge over the Lary [Laira]; and also a road from Addistone Mill to the Totnes Road at Lady Down. (4 Geo.IV)
2) John Parker, earl of Morley
Assignment of a proportion of tolls from turnpike roads, gates and houses erected for collecting the same
Consideration: £80
Term: Until the £80 is repaid with interest at the rate of £5 per centum pa

[no title]  69/M/6/554  1834-1839

Contents:
Bundle of Articles of Agreement for letting of the tolls for the Lary Bridge for one year periods

[no title]  69/M/6/555  29 September 1837

Contents:
Assignment of tolls
1) Henry Hare, John Yonge and Richard Lane, being three of the trustees for executing an act for repairing the road from Hollowcombe Cross to Modbury and Dark Lane (6 Will.IV)
2) John Parker, earl of Morley
Assignment of a proportion of surplus tolls on that part of the turnpike between Pottle Grove and Modbury and between Pottle Grove and Lower Strode Cross
Consideration: £150
Term: Until the £150 is repaid with interest at the rate of £4 per centum pa

[no title]  69/M/6/556  1842-1853

Contents:
Bundle of deeds of covenant for payment by monthly instalments of rent reserved on a parol demise of tolls payable on the Lary [Laira] Bridge

[no title]  69/M/6/557  17 February 1870

two copies

Contents:
Notice advertising the auction of the Lary [Laira] Bridge tolls for a one year lease commencing the 12th March 1870. To be auctioned on the 7 March 1870

[no title]  69/M/6/558  1871

Contents:
The opinion of Mr W Bush Cooper re a case on the assessment of the Lary [Laira] Bridge in parochial rating

[no title]  69/M/6/559  1873-1875

Contents:
Correspondence between Samuel Newbery and James Percy of Hotspur Lodge, Shepherds Bush re Percy's lease of the Lary [Laira] Bridge tolls

[no title]  69/M/6/560  12 March 1873

Contents:
Lease
1) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) James Percy of Hotspur Lodge, Shepherd's Bush, Middlesex
Toll house, all tolls and portage on Lary [Laira] Bridge
Term: five years
Rent: £1310 pa

TURNPIKES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/561  1803

Contents:
An Act to enable the Company of Proprietors for Embanking Part of the Laira, near Plymouth, to make and maintain a Road from a certain Place called Efford Quay, Egg Buckland, to Plymouth

[no title]  69/M/6/562  1803

Contents:
Licence issued to Lord Boringdon for enclosing various roads in Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/6/563  1814

Contents:
An Act for altering and enlarging the Term and Powers of Three Acts, made for repairing the High Road leading from Brent Bridge in the County of Devon, to Gasking Gate, in or near the Borough of Plymouth

[no title]  69/M/6/564  1823

Contents:
A Bill for more effectually making and maintaining the Road from Modbury to the Bridge over the Lary, [Laira] Plymstock, and a road from Addistone Hill, Holbeton, to the Totnes Road at Lady Down, in Ugborough

[no title]  69/M/6/565  1823

Contents:
An Act for more effectually making and maintaining the Road from Modbury, through the Town of Plympton, to the north end of Lincotta Lane, and from Modbury to within four hundred yards of the Lary [Laira] Bridge, and also a Road from Addistone Hill, Holbeton, to the Totnes Road at Lady Down, Ugborough, County of Devon

[no title]  69/M/6/566  1824

Contents:
An Act for making and maintaining certain Roads from Kingsbridge to Dartmouth, Modbury, Salcombe

[no title]  69/M/6/567  1828

Contents:
An Act for more effectually making, repairing and maintaining certain roads from Kingsbridge to Dartmouth, Modbury, Salcombe and other places

[no title]  69/M/6/568  1833

Contents:
Map of the intended road from Billacombe to Foss, showing the owners of adjoining roads

[no title]  69/M/6/569  1836

Contents:
Act for repairing the road from the Totnes Road at Lady Down, Ugborough, to within four hundred yards of the Lary [Laira] Bridge, from Hollowcombe Cross to Modbury, and Dark Lane

[no title]  69/M/6/570  13 April 1852

Contents:
Contract
1) John Rundle of Tavistock, esquire, William Chapple Hodge of Devonport, esquire, and George Giles of Jump, Bickleigh, trustees of the will of the late Charles Tink of Fancy, Tamerton Foliot
2) The Reverend Charles Frederick Tink late of Tavistock, now of Berwick Bassett, Wiltshire
3) Plymouth Improvement Commissioners
For the improvement of Five Field Lane [later North Road], St Andrew, Plymouth

[no title]  69/M/6/571  1866

Contents:
A Bill to continue the Kingsbridge and Dartmouth Turnpike Roads Trust

[no title]  69/M/6/572  1887

Contents:
Printed copy of the report of the Bridge and Highway Committee at Devon Sessions

[no title]  69/M/6/573  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Plan of the Plymouth Eastern Turnpike Road from the three mile stone near Crabtree to Plympton St Mary Bridge. Showing proposed alterations in connection with the proposed railway from Marsh Mills to Plympton St Mary Bridge.
Surveyed under the direction of J M Rendel, civil engineer
Scale: one inch to six chains

RAILWAYS  [no ref. or date]

CANN RAILWAY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/574  15 March 1838

Contents:
Memorandum of an Agreement
1) Irving Clark of Efford, esquire
2) John Parker, earl of Morley, of Saltram
Agreement not to remove the iron support for the rail-road bridge [Cann Viaduct]

DARTMOOR RAILWAY COMPANY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/575  3rd November 1818

Contents:
Pamphlet entitled 'Substance of a Statement made to the Chamber of Commerce, Plymouth, On Tuesday, the 3rd of November, 1818, Concerning the Formation of a Rail Road from the Forest of Dartmoor to the Plymouth Lime Quarries with additional observations and a plan of the intended line.' By Sir Thomas Tyrwhitt

[no title]  69/M/6/576  2 December 1820

Contents:
Copy of a licence and advertisement issued by J W Crocker of the Admiralty relating to Edmund Lockyer's application for the Dartmoor Railway Company to build a quay or wharf and a sea wall on the beach of the west side of the Plym, at the higher end of Cattewater, in the port of Plymouth

[no title]  69/M/6/577  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Copy of clause 12 from a deed of 5 July 1861 re the route of the tramway called the Dartmoor Railway

[no title]  69/M/6/578  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Tracing of a plan of a railway line from the Laira Bridge showing the Dartmoor Tramway sidings
Scale: 1:500

GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/579  1876

Contents:
Specification issued by the Great Western Railway Company for buildings at Marsh Mills. With a GWR plan of proposed alterations at Marsh Mills
Scale: ten feet to one inch

[no title]  69/M/6/580  March 1877

Contents:
Copy of Mr Rawell's report on the buildings at Marsh Mills, with notes re alterations by the Great Western Railway Company

[no title]  69/M/6/581  14 June 1888

Contents:
Agreement
1) The Great Western Railway Company
2) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
Sale and purchase of land at Marsh Mills
Deposit: £5
Sale price: £20
With coloured plan. Scale 20 feet to one inch

[no title]  69/M/6/582  28 June 1888

Contents:
Conveyance
1) The Great Western Railway Company
2) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
Land adjoining Marsh Mills Station, Plympton St Mary
With coloured plan. Scale: 20 feet to one inch

[no title]  69/M/6/583  5 September 1895

Contents:
Memorandum of Agreement
1) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Herbert Williams of Paddington, Land Surveyor, agent for The Great Western Railway Company
Agreement to purchase part of Pomphlett Farm in Plymstock and Plympton St Mary for the sum of £1774

[no title]  69/M/6/584  1895-1897

Contents:
Bundle of correspondence to and from Lord Morley re conveyance of land to the Great Western Railway Company for the construction of Yealmpton Railway

[no title]  69/M/6/585  16 June 1896

Contents:
Letter from Lord Morley enclosing notes on the complaint by his tenant Daw concerning the agreement for Marsh Mills siding

[no title]  69/M/6/586  [1899]

Contents:
Correspondence from J Trevethan to J E Holmes re his father's will

[no title]  69/M/6/587  9 March 1899

Contents:
Notice to Treat. Issued by the Great Western Railway Company to James Trevithan, esquire, re lands in Perranzabuloe, Cornwall

[no title]  69/M/6/588  28 June 1899

Contents:
Note with tracings re Cox's property at Perranzabuloe

[no title]  69/M/6/589  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Plan (numbered 2) showing the line of a railway, from Plymouth, passing Pomphlett Farm, then to Yealmpton. Scale: two chains to an inch. Plan appears to have come from a title deed

LONDON AND SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/590  29 July 1867

Contents:
Copy of the draft affidavit of Henry Trefusis Smith of Devonport, gent., re ownership of an interest in the London and South Western Railway Company

PLYMOUTH AND DARTMOOR RAILWAY COMPANY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/591  1821

Contents:
An Act to authorise the Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway Company to vary the line of a certain part of the said railway; and to amend the Acts passed for making the said railway

[no title]  69/M/6/592  6 June 1821

Contents:
Agreement
1) Sir William Elford of Bickham, Plympton St Mary, baronet, John Tingcombe, esquire, and John Pridham, gent., both of Plymouth
2) John Parker, earl of Morley
Terms of arrangement re an intended varied line of railway, by the Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway Company, to pass through the earl's lands

[no title]  69/M/6/593  11 December 1826

Contents:
Quitclaim
1) Edmund Lockyer of Plymouth, esquire, Elias Govett, William Prance and William Kerswill, all of Plymouth, gents., and George Francis Collins Browne of Boxhill, Weston Peverel, esquire, (assignees of the estate of Sir William Elford and Company), John Tingcombe and John Were Clarke late of Plymouth, bankers and Co-partners, now bankrupt
2) John Pridham of Plymouth, gent.
3) John Parker, earl of Morley
Release of covenants contained in Articles of Agreement dated 6 June 1821 re the construction of railway lines from Crabtree to Dartmoor and to Cattedown.

[no title]  69/M/6/594  1882-1890

Contents:
Bundle of correspondence re the Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway Bill: copy of correspondence with Mr Batten of Batten, Proffitt and Scott; correspondence between Lord Morley and Thomas Bulteel re Morley's opposition to the line; several tracings of plans showing the extent of Morley's land required for construction of the line; Lord Morley's claim for compensation re the Plymstock extension of the line; plan and section showing line of the proposed railway; report of the South Hams railway Committee with subscription notice; South Ham Railway Company's request for lands; valuation of land at Pomphlett.

[no title]  69/M/6/595  25 May 1883

Contents:
Copy of a Memorandum of Agreement
1) Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway Company
2) The earl of Morley
Agreement relating to lands required by the Railway Company

[no title]  69/M/6/596  6 August 1890

Contents:
Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway Company: Report of The Directors and Statement of Accounts for the half year ending 30 June 1890

[no title]  69/M/6/597  1890-1897

Contents:
Bundle of correspondence re the Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway: to and from Mr Batten, a representative of the Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway Company re negotiations for purchase of Laira Wharf owned by the company; to and from the Martin Brothers re The Lee Moor Porcelain China Clay Company's interest in the wharf; Lee Moor tramway; Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway Company's statement of accounts dated 30 June 1896; negotiations with Plymouth Corporation for their purchase of the Laira Bridge; Mr Ashworth James's Opinion re the sale of the Laira bridge; sale of Laira Embankment Tolls

[no title]  69/M/6/598  28 July 1892

Contents:
Copy of Answers to Requisitions on Title. From the Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway to Lord Morley

[no title]  69/M/6/599  1892

Contents:
Epitome of Conveyance
1) The Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway Company
2) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
Quays at Prince Rock, Plymouth
Consideration: £3750

[no title]  69/M/6/600  1892

Contents:
Epitome of a Deed of Indemnity made between the Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway Company and Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley. Indemnity against claims for debentures assigned to earl of Morley

[no title]  69/M/6/601  1892

Contents:
Memorandum
1) The Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway Company
2) Albert Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
Purchase of Prince Rock Wharf. Includes a list of holders of debentures under the 1875 Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway Act

[no title]  69/M/6/602  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Notes re Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway Company's Wharf

[no title]  69/M/6/603  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Memoranda from The Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway Company to The earl of Morley re conveyance of lands for the Plymouth and Dartmoor line

PLYMPTON ST MARY RAILWAY  [no ref. or date]


Related information: [taken over by the South Devon Railway]

[no title]  69/M/6/604  1833

Contents:
Articles of Agreement (with draft)
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Johnson and William Johnson of Grosvenor Wharf, Westminster, Middlesex, contractors and paviours
For construction of a railway and lime kilns near Plympton St Mary Bridge

[no title]  69/M/6/605  [1840]

Contents:
Copy of Mr Eastlake's memorandum of objections to the draft railway lease to Messrs Johnson

[no title]  69/M/6/606  1840

Contents:
Lease (with draft and counterpart)
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) John Johnson of Stert House, Devon, and William Johnson of Westminster, merchant
Plympton St Mary Railway and appurtenances
Term: 70 years from Christmas 1833
Consideration: The construction of the Plympton St Mary Railway with rents and conditions described within.
Rent: £100 pa

[no title]  69/M/6/607  1847

Contents:
Assignment
1) John Johnson of Stert House, Devon, and Westminster, and William Johnson of Westminster
2) The South Devon Railway Company
Assignment of the Plympton St Mary Railway
Consideration: £150
Term: The residue of 70 years
Rent: £100 pa

SOUTH DEVON RAILWAY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/608  19 February 1844

Contents:
Memorandum
1) Charles Cobley Whiteford of Plymouth, gent., on behalf of the Provisional Directors of the South Devon Railway Company
2) George Pridham of Plymouth, gent., on behalf of the earl of Morley
Agreement re certain lands belonging to the earl through which the said railway is intended to pass.
Endorsed with a supplemental memorandum re removal of soil from Home Field, part of the barton of Woodford, dated 9/2/1846

[no title]  69/M/6/609  1848

Contents:
Valuation of compensation to be made to various tenants of the earl of Morley for lands taken by the South Devon Railway Company

[no title]  69/M/6/610  [1848]

Contents:
Map showing land under negotiation between the South Devon Railway Company and the earl of Morley showing the line of the Plympton St Mary Railway. Scale: four chains to an inch

[no title]  69/M/6/611  1849

Contents:
Abstract of title of the South Devon Railway Company to the Plympton St Mary Railway and its appurtenances for the residue of 70 years

[no title]  69/M/6/612  1850

Contents:
Draft Conveyance pursuant to the South Devon Railway Act, 1844
1) William Nicholas Darnell of Stanhope, Durham, clerk by the direction of Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) South Devon Railway Company
Lands in Plympton St Mary being part of the estate of Lower Woodford being part of the manor of Boringdon
Consideration: 5s

[no title]  69/M/6/613  1855

Contents:
Memorandum of an Agreement (Draft copy)
1) The South Devon Railway Company
2) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
Contract as to the conveyance of goods over the Company's lines

[no title]  69/M/6/614  1859

Contents:
Terms of agreements approved by the South Devon Railway Board of Directors re the gauge of the rails on the Sutton Harbour Branch and their extension

[no title]  69/M/6/615  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Plan numbered 1. Shows land required for railroad between Plymstock Station and Plympton St Mary parish. Plan appears to have come from a title deed.
Scale: two chains to an inch

SOUTH DEVON AND TAVISTOCK RAILWAY  [no ref. or date]


Related information: For Lee Moor branch see Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Company PWDRO 69/M/8/1-27

[no title]  69/M/6/616  1852

Contents:
Notices of intended application to Parliament for an Act with the title: SOUTH DEVON AND TAVISTOCK RAILWAY (Incorporation of company; Formation of Railway from near Longbridge, near Plymouth, to Tavistock, with a Branch to the Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Works; Power to the South Devon Railway Company to subscribe to the proposed Undertaking; and Amendment of South Devon Railway Acts). Addressed to various landowners, with schedules of property affected by the proposed line

[no title]  69/M/6/617  1852

Contents:
Letter to George Pridham from John Hawks Law re proposed agreements for the Tavistock Line

[no title]  69/M/6/618  1855

Contents:
Extract from the minutes of the proceedings of the Board of Directors of the South Devon and Tavistock Railway

[no title]  69/M/6/619  1857

Contents:
Schedule of Claim. Issued by the South Devon and Tavistock Railway to the earl of Morley re land in Plympton St Mary. Consideration: £3100

[no title]  69/M/6/620  1860

Contents:
Valuation of yearly allowances to tenants of Lord Morley whose lands in Plympton St Mary were taken by the Tavistock Railway

[no title]  69/M/6/621  5 July 1861

Contents:
Draft Release and Covenant
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) The South Devon and Tavistock Railway Company
To accompany conveyances of lands in Plympton St Mary
Consideration: £3100

TRURO AND NEWQUAY RAILWAY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/622  1899-1900

Contents:
Correspondence and papers re the Truro and Newquay Railway: book giving particulars and valuation of lands; correspondence re claims for land used by the railway mainly between W A Williams of the Great Western Railway and J E Holmes of the Manor Office, Plympton

REDRUTH & CHASEWATER RAILWAY (CORNWALL)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/623  1824

Contents:
Act to establish a railway from Redruth to Point Quay, Feock, and for restoring of Restronguet Creek

[no title]  69/M/6/624  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Tracing of a section of an unnamed railway. Scale: horizontal 1:2500, vertical 40 ft-1"

FERRIES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/625  1839-1847

Conditions of access: (Conditions for 1846 are missing)

Contents:
Conditions for letting the Oreston ferry

[no title]  69/M/6/626  22 July 1871

Contents:
Notice advertising the letting of the Oreston Ferry tolls. To be auctioned on 7 August 1871, and let from 12 August. Enclosed is a draft of the notice with a letter from Mr Pridham to Mr Newbery

[no title]  69/M/6/627  8 August 1871

Contents:
Notice advertising that the Oreston and Cattedown ferry will be served by the Oreston and Turnchapel steamboats, every half hour, commencing on 12th August 1871

[no title]  69/M/6/628  1873

Contents:
Two notices of the letting of the Oreston ferry tolls from 12 August 1873

BOUNDARIES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/629  6 and 7 June 1748

Contents:
Draft copy of a memorandum of the bounds of the parish of Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/6/630  16 July 1817

Contents:
Viewing of the bounds of the borough of Plympton Earle; includes notice advertising the view

[no title]  69/M/6/631  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Part of a draft letter [from George Pridham]: boundaries of an unspecified manor

SALTRAM FARM  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/632  mid 19th cent

Contents:
Measurements of fields at Saltram Farm

[no title]  69/M/6/633  1840, 1859-1861

Contents:
Bundle re Saltram Farm: accounts 1859 and 1860; rough valuation of farm stock on 08/04/1861; acreage; correspondence, reports and a draft agreement concerning the letting of the farm in 1840 and 1861

[no title]  69/M/6/634  1 November 1848

Contents:
Particulars of bullocks on Lord Morley's farm at Saltram

[no title]  69/M/6/635  1867

(badly damaged)

Contents:
Estimates of work for Saltram Farm, with specification for carpenters' and masons' work. Includes plans of interior and exterior

TITHES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/636  1836-1845

Contents:
Bundle of papers re commutation of tithes: copy of 'An Act to Amend an Act for the Commutation of tithes in England and Wales', 1837; copies of Willich's Tithe Commutation tables for 1837 and 1838; case re commutation of tithes with the opinion of J Meadow White; minutes of meetings of the landowners of Plympton St Mary; correspondence with the tithe commutation office; correspondence re Church of Windsor tithes; correspondence with George Louis, assistant commissioner; Shaugh tithes; extract from Plympton St Maurice apportionment

[no title]  69/M/6/637  1837-1838

Contents:
Copy of a statement on behalf of the Landowners of the parish of Plympton St Mary, addressed to the Dean and Canons of Windsor, re commutation of tithes. With a memorandum re estimate of the effect of tithe commutation on Lord Morley and other landowners

[no title]  69/M/6/638  1839-1861

Contents:
Bundle of papers re commutation of tithes in the parish of Plympton St Mary: Agreement for the commutation of tithes, 1839; South Devon Railway's apportionment of the rent charge to be paid by them in respect of lands in Plympton St Mary, 1848; division of tithe rentcharge between landowners and the South Devon and Tavistock Railway Company, 1861

[no title]  69/M/6/639  1848-1860

Contents:
Bundle of papers re Plympton St Mary tithes: South Devon Railway Company's accounts of payment; The Tavistock Railway Company's accounts of payment; letter to George Pridham from Deeble Boger re tithes; letter to Mr Rous from H Symons re Mount Widdicombe tithes; bill addressed to Mr Corber of Houdall

MAPS AND PLANS  [no ref. or date]

BOVEY TRACEY: Hole Estate  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/640  1913

Contents:
Plans of building sites Abbey Road, Bovey Tracey for W G Hole [three plans]
Scale: 1:500

[no title]  69/M/6/641  September 1966

Contents:
Southbrook Cottages, Bovey Tracey: copy of proposed alterations for Major W G Hole
Scale: one inch to eight feet

[no title]  69/M/6/642  nd

four plans

Contents:
Plans of proposed building sites at Coombe Cross
With notes of acreages

[no title]  69/M/6/643  nd

Contents:
Plan of building sites and land for disposal on the Hole Estate, Bovey Tracey [two plans]
Scale: six inches to one mile

[no title]  69/M/6/644  nd

Contents:
Plan of drainage on Station Field, Hole Estate
Scale: 1 to 500

[no title]  69/M/6/645  nd

Contents:
Proposed layout plan of building sites at Lower Down, Bovey Tracey

BOVEY TRACEY: Parke Estate  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/646  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Plan of house drain at Parke

[no title]  69/M/6/647  19th cent

Contents:
Coloured plan of Parke House, Bovey Tracey

[no title]  69/M/6/648  June 1914

Contents:
Coloured plan of Parke Pond outlet drainage
Scale: 1 inch: 1 foot, designed by H H Newman

[no title]  69/M/6/649  [1914]

Contents:
Coloured sketch of Parke Pond washout apparatus

[no title]  69/M/6/650  [1914]

Contents:
Plan of old and new drainage at Parke Marsh
Scale: one inch to 50 feet, designed by H H W Newman

[no title]  69/M/6/651  July-August 1918

Contents:
Plan of drainage at Parke Fields
Scale: one inch to 50 feet

[no title]  69/M/6/652  1906

Contents:
1906 2nd edition OS map 101 NW: Bovey Tracey

[no title]  69/M/6/653  July 1939

Contents:
Coloured plan of Parke Estate, Bovey Tracey showing land usage

[no title]  69/M/6/654  June 1951

Contents:
Plan of drainage at Parke Fields
Scale: one inch to 500 feet

[no title]  69/M/6/655  March 1952

Contents:
Plan of drainage at Parke Marsh
Scale: one inch to 500 feet

[no title]  69/M/6/656  nd

Contents:
Plan of Parke Estate with housing density for building
Scale: six inches to one mile

BORINGDON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/657  19th cent

Contents:
Plan of water supply for Boringdon Farm. By B J Shier, engineer, of Illminster

DARTMOOR  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/658  14 February; nd 19th cent

Contents:
Extract from an OS map showing the course of Devonport Leat near Nun's Cross Farm, Dartmoor

EXETER  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/659  1746

Contents:
Map of two fields off Pound Lane, St David, being the lands of the feofees of St Petrock, Exeter

[no title]  69/M/6/660  [1796]

Contents:
Map of part of Polsloe barton

FARRINGDON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/661  1874

Contents:
Plan of farm labourers cottages at Farringdon for Edward Johnson esquire. Signed by E H Harbottle, architect. Scale: eight feet to one inch

PLYMPTON ST MARY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/662  1863

Contents:
Tracing from the tithe map of Plympton St Mary showing lands adjoining Plympton railway station, the property of the earl of Morley; two references for the map; notes re rents

[no title]  69/M/6/663  4 March 1868

Contents:
Plan of the proposed dwelling for the steward at Merrifield, Saltram.
Scale: one inch to eight feet

[no title]  69/M/6/664  1893

Contents:
Plan for a drain under the South Devon Railway at Plympton St Mary. By B J Shier. With sectional sketch of sewer underneath the railway
Scale: 1 to 2500

[no title]  69/M/6/665  19th cent

Contents:
Plan of the plot of C Triscott's home in Underwood.
Scale: one inch to ten feet

[no title]  69/M/6/666  19th cent

Contents:
Pen sketch of junction of the road to the quarry, Cork's Road and the Turnpike Road to Plympton

[no title]  69/M/6/667  19th cent

Contents:
Plan of 6 Boringdon Terrace. Scale 1:625.
[appears to have come from a title deed]

[no title]  69/M/6/668  20thC

Contents:
Plan showing Merafield Farm and Amados
Hill (copy from OS map 1906 edition)

[no title]  69/M/6/669  20thC

Contents:
Plan of Great Woodford Farm, Higher and Lower Woodford (copy from OS map 1906 edition)

PLYMSTOCK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/670  19th cent

Contents:
Plan of lands at Billacombe, Plymstock.
Scale 1:2500. Plan appears to have come from a title deed

MULTIPLE PROPERTIES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/671  19th cent

Contents:
Bundle of 19th century plans of area covered by: by various properties: 5 Boringdon Terrace; 3 Hemerdon Villas; Plym Villa; 2 Morley Villas; Alston; Yealm Park Villa. Scale: 1/625

[no title]  69/M/6/672  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Plan showing lands sold which were then conveyed to the War Office. Scale: three chains to one inch

UNIDENTIFIED PROPERTIES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/673  nd [1796/7]

Contents:
Fragment of a land plan

[no title]  69/M/6/674  19th cent

Contents:
Two plans without titles; one of property off a street, the other of a generator and buildings

EGYPT: Nile Map  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/675  April 1884

Contents:
Coloured map of Nile Provinces from Siut to Berber compiled under direction of Major W R Fox, War Office Intelligence Branch

GEOLOGICAL MAPS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/676  1817

Contents:
Geological map of the Connaught Coal District, Ireland, by Richard Griffith junior, mining engineer to the Dublin Society

[no title]  69/M/6/677  1864

Contents:
OS geological survey: Mouth of the Humber. Sheet 85
Scale: one chain to one mile

[no title]  69/M/6/678  1883

Contents:
OS geological survey: Rochdale, Lancashire. Sheet 89.
Scale: six inches to one mile

[no title]  69/M/6/679  [1908]

Contents:
OS geological survey: South Devon area. Sheet 22.
Scale: one inch to four miles

[no title]  69/M/6/680  1913

Contents:
OS geological survey: Ivybridge/Dartmoor Forest area. Sheet 349
Scale: one inch to one mile

ARCHITECTURAL PLANS AND DRAWINGS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/681  October 1879

Contents:
Copy of architectural drawing of Road Manor Draughtsman W A Knight. [With draft]

[no title]  69/M/6/682  September 1885

Contents:
Proposed plan of a pair of cottages showing front elevations, floor plans and north end section.
Scale: 2.5 inches to 20 feet

[no title]  69/M/6/683  1896

Contents:
Plans for labourers cottages. Stamped by the Land Improvement Company.
Scale: one inch to eight feet

[no title]  69/M/6/684  [1896]

Contents:
Note re a plan showing current bridge, and bridge to be substituted. Refers to Lord Morley's letter of 25 January 1896

[no title]  69/M/6/685  March 1956

two plans

Contents:
Specification and plans for work at Ford Abbey to be carried out for Geoffrey D Roper, esquire

[no title]  69/M/6/686  nd

Contents:
Architectural lay-out plan of St Giles House, Wimbourne St Giles, Dorset
Scale: one inch to eight feet

BLAXTON EMBANKMENT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/687  5 April 1853

Contents:
Letter from A Hamilton Bampton to the earl of Morley re a culvert in the Blaxton embankment

[no title]  69/M/6/688  1853-1864

Contents:
Papers concerning the Blaxton Embankment: plan and sections by A Hamilton Bampton, with notes on the cutting of a culvert; letter to George Pridham from E Gulson concerning the Blaxton enclosure, with reply

[no title]  69/M/6/689  1867-1868

Contents:
Papers concerning the Blaxton embankment: possible danger of erosion

[no title]  69/M/6/690  1868

Contents:
Bundle of three letters between the earl of Morley, Messrs. Pridham, Woollcombe and Pridham, and the Board of Trade: construction of the Blaxton Embankment

CHELSON EMBANKMENT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/6/691  1801-1807

Contents:
Papers and correspondence concerning the construction of an embankment to enclose the mudland called Chelson Bay: William Jessop's report to the Surveyor General of His Majesty's Land Revenue re the propositions for embanking mudlands and forming a better road to Plymouth; correspondence from John Rennie and James Green concerning reports on the embankment and the progress of the work; draft Articles of Agreement between James Green of Birmingham and Lord Boringdon for the construction of the embankment; correspondence with James Green and Robert Mylne; accounts of cash received by James Green; correspondence from the Admiralty re possible damage to Cattewater; Report from the House of Commons Select Committee on the Embankments in Cattewater; report of the Elder Brethren of the Corporation of Trinity House; letter to C Taylor, Secretary to the Society of Arts etc; report on alterations to the original proposals for the construction of the embankment with a plan of a section through the embankment

[no title]  69/M/6/692  1806

Contents:
Correspondence between Admiral Pole and Lord Boringdon: construction of the Chelson Embankment [with references to Jessop and Rennie, Johnson and Brice, the Plymouth Bank, and the Trinity House

[no title]  69/M/6/693  1806

Contents:
Plan of Saltram Point. Endorsed: 'papers relating to Chelson Embankment; plans of H of C committee'
Scale: one inch to one chain

[no title]  69/M/6/694  November 1807


Related information: [see also PWDRO 69/M/6/487-504]

Contents:
Extract from volume 26 (1808) of the Transactions of the Society of Arts etc, London; letter from Lord Boringdon to C Taylor, Secretary of the Society giving an account of his construction of the Chelson Embankment; certificate of the truth of Lord Boringdon's statement

HOUSEHOLD RECORDS  [no ref. or date]

SCHEDULES AND INVENTORIES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/7/1  14 April 1664

Contents:
Inventory of household goods at Boringdon: inventory of things taken from Gatt Barkley

[no title]  69/M/7/2  27 September 1721

Contents:
Particulars of goods belonging to Thomas Wolstenholme at Saltram intended to be sold; receipt issued by Thomas Wolstenholme to George Parker

[no title]  69/M/7/3  10 January 1885

Contents:
List of prints in various rooms at Saltram: North Bow; North Bow Dressing room; Pink dressing room; Pink bedroom; South Bow dressing room; South Bow bedroom; Lady K Parker's room; Miss Coryton's room; Old Nursery; Miss Robinson's room; Lord Boringdon's room; Lord Morley's bedroom; Lady Morley's dressing room.

HOUSEHOLD ACCOUNTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/7/4  1780-1795


Related information: [WDRO M90 is a microfiche copy of other accounts 1770-1788 still held at Saltram House]

Contents:
Housekeeping account book: expenses

[no title]  69/M/7/5  1790

Contents:
Household account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/7/6  1791

Contents:
Household account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/7/7  1791-1792

Contents:
Household account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/7/8  1792

Contents:
Household account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/7/9  1792-1793

two bundles

Contents:
Household account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/7/10  1793

Contents:
Household account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/7/11  1797

two bundles

Contents:
Household account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/7/12  1798-1799

Contents:
Household account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/7/13  1799

two bundles

Contents:
Household account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/7/14  1800

Contents:
Household account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/7/15  1800-1801

Contents:
Household account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/7/16  1801

Contents:
Household account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/7/17  1805

two bundles

Contents:
Household account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/7/18  1806

Contents:
Household account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/7/19  1809

Contents:
Household account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/7/20  1810

Contents:
Household account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/7/21  1811

three bundles

Contents:
Household account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/7/22  1812

Contents:
Household account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/7/23  1813

two bundles

Contents:
Household account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/7/24  1814

two bundles

Contents:
Household account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/7/25  1815

two bundles

Contents:
Household account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/7/26  1816

two bundles

Contents:
Household account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/7/27  1817

Contents:
Household account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/7/28  1822

Contents:
Household account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/7/29  1839-1851

Contents:
Bundle of house, stable and total expenditure accounts for Saltram

[no title]  69/M/7/30  1845-1861

Contents:
Housekeeping account book: expenses

WATER SUPPLY TO SALTRAM  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/7/31  1890

Contents:
Report on the analysis of water at Higher Woodford used to supply Saltram. Report made by Mr A Blyth.
Includes receipts for payment

[no title]  69/M/7/32  23 May 1892

Contents:
Correspondence and plans concerning the water supply for Saltram kitchen gardens. Includes estimates for work and five plans: Section and elevation for stand pipe (eight inches to one foot); plan and section of proposed reservoir (¼ inch scale); plan of the water supply (1 inch to 215 feet); plan of the pipe line from the well to the reservoir (1:25000); plan and sections for the reservoir for water supply (¼ inch scale). The plans and letter are by B I Shier.

LAUNDRY BOOK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/7/33  1936-1938

Contents:
Saltram laundry book

PLANS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/7/34  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Plan of Saltram library's fire place as seen from the entrance hall. Scale: one inch to one foot

NOTICES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/7/35  2 July 1821

two copies

Contents:
Notices advertising regulations for visiting Saltram House and grounds

[no title]  69/M/7/36  1871

Contents:
Notice prohibiting visitors to Saltram Grounds landing by boat

ARRANGEMENTS FOR LETTING OF SALTRAM  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/7/37  4 April 1712

Contents:
From George Parker (copy) to Lord Carteret: offer for purchase of lease of lands by George Parker

[no title]  69/M/7/38  31 July 1712

Contents:
From Francis Collins, London: Lord Carteret has accepted Parker's offer and renewed the lease: purchase of tithes. Includes measurements for the barton of Saltram

[no title]  69/M/7/39  [1724]

Contents:
Instructions left with Mr Ridout by Francis Collins: proviso for the peaceful enjoyment by George Parker, of Saltram and all other lands granted by Lord Carteret by lease to Thomas Wolstenholme; terms of trust to be granted; payment of rent

[no title]  69/M/7/39a  [1724]

Contents:
Particulars of Saltram granted in Mr Wolstenholme's lease (fields named and listed)

[no title]  69/M/7/40  22 September 1724

Contents:
Letter of Attorney
1) Thomas Wolstenholme late of Saltram
2) Wal[?] of Plymouth
To receive sums from George Parker for Saltram, Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/7/41  nd 18th cent

Contents:
Letter from W Samber to Mr Woollcombe concerning Mr Wolstenholme's worry over rumours that George Parker had already purchased the estate from Lord [Carteret] enclosing particulars of lands bought from Sir Nicholas Slanning by Sir George Carteret

BUSINESS RECORDS  [no ref. or date]

LEE MOOR PORCELAIN CLAY COMPANY  [no ref. or date]

TITLE DEEDS [parish of Shaugh, Devon]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/8/1  1830

Contents:
Lease and Counterpart
1) Parker, earl of Morley
2) Messrs Dickins and Cawley
Sett to search for china clay on Lee Moor
Term: 21 years

[no title]  69/M/8/2  17 January 1832

Contents:
Assignment
1) Mr John Dickins of Plymouth
2) Captain Cawley of Plymouth
Assignment of a half part interest in a lease for a sett to search for china clay on Lee Moor
Consideration: 5s
Term: remainder of 21 years

[no title]  69/M/8/3  28 November 1833

Contents:
Assignment and Confirmation
1) Captain Cawley of Plymouth, a commander in HM Royal Navy
2) John Dickins of Plymouth, gent.
2) Edward Scott, of Plymouth, brewer
One third part interest in a sett to search for china clay on Lee Moor
Consideration: £350
Term: remainder of 21 years

[no title]  69/M/8/4  29 November 1833

Contents:
Underlease
1) John Cawley of St Andrew, Plymouth, a commander in HM Royal Navy
Edward Scott of Plymouth, brewer
2) William Phillips of Sunderland, Durham, merchant Sett to search for "clay and stone known in the County of Cornwall by the name of china clay and china stone or all other potters materials" on Lee Moor, reciting lease to John Dickens of Charles, Plymouth
Term: three, five or seven years
Rent: £75 pa

[no title]  69/M/8/5  29 June 1834

Contents:
Surrender
1) Mr William Phillips
2) John Parker, earl of Morley
Lease of a Sett to search for china clay etc on Lee Moor

[no title]  69/M/8/6  24 December 1834/7

Contents:
Assignment
1) Messrs Cawley and Scott
2) Mr William Phillips
Assignment of a lease of a Sett to search for china clay etc on Lee Moor for the remainder of 21 years from 24 June 1830

[no title]  69/M/8/7  1 January 1835

Contents:
Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Messrs John Phillips of Sunderland, Durham, and William Phillips his son, lately of the same place, but now of St Andrews, Plymouth, clay merchants
Sett to search for china clay and stone etc on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood
Term: 99 years
Yearly rent: £250 clear
2/6d for every ton of china clay beyond
2,000 tons yearly, bricks and tiles at 1/6d per 1000; mica etc at 6d per ton

[no title]  69/M/8/8  20 February 1836

Contents:
Assignment
1) John Phillips of Sunderland, Durham, and William Phillips, lately of the same place, but now of Shaugh, china clay merchants
2) Walker Featherstonhaugh of Sunderland, merchant
One moiety of assignors' interest the Morley Clay
Works on Lee Moor
Consideration: £1950
Term: remainder of two terms of 99 years

[no title]  69/M/8/9  27 February 1836

Contents:
Assignment
1) John Phillips of Sunderland, Durham, and William Phillips, lately of the same place, but now of Shaugh, china clay merchants, and Walker Featherstonhaugh of Sunderland, merchant
2) John Harris, Richard Rosdew, Christopher Harris and John Drake Pridham, all of Plymouth, bankers (carrying on business under the name of 'The Naval Bank')
Assignment of the assignors' interest in a mining sett and the Morley Clay Works etc on Lee Moor, upon trust for sale to secure the repayment of present and prospective advances to the said assignors (not exceeding £4000)
Consideration: 10s
Term: remainder of two terms of 99 years
Enclosed are Sun Fire Office insurance documents covering houses at the Morley Clay Works, 1836 together with a memorandum by John and William Phillips of deposit of two leases with the Naval Bank as collateral security on money due to the Bank, 1835

[no title]  69/M/8/10  20 December 1836

Contents:
Draft Lease
1) John Parker, earl of Morley
2) Messrs John and William Phillips
Cottages on Lee Moor and the remainder of lands on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood
Term: For 98 years
Rents: £3 10s pa
£40 pa and further prospective sums in respect of future developments and enclosures
[Two copies]
Enclosed is a letter to Naval Bank of 15 March 1837

[no title]  69/M/8/11  5 August 1839

Contents:
Assignment
1) John Phillips and William Phillips, his son, both late of Sunderland, Durham, but now of Shaugh Prior, china clay merchants
2) Walker Featherstonhaugh of Sunderland, merchant
One half part of the assignor's interest in the cottages on Lee Moor and the remainder of lands on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood
Consideration: £1950 already paid and 10s now paid
Term: remainder of term of 98 years

[no title]  69/M/8/12  26 December 1840

Contents:
Assignment
1) Walker Featherstonhaugh of Sunderland, Durham, merchant (with the concurrence of Mr John Phillips, of Shaugh, china clay merchant)
2) Mr William Phillips of Shaugh, china clay merchant.
The assignor's interest in a mining sett, china-clay works, houses etc in Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood, on dissolution of a partnership as to Walker Featherstonhaugh
Consideration: 10s
Term: residue of two unexpired terms of 99 years and one of 98 years

[no title]  69/M/8/13  19 February 1841

Contents:
Further charge for £3000 + interest, + additional security
1) Messrs John and William Phillips
2) Messrs John and Christopher Harris as co-partners in the Naval Bank
Further charge on the Morley Clay Works with dwelling houses, plant etc., with additional security of a house and cottages on Lee Moor, and the remainder of the land at Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood
Term for additional security: residue of term of 98 years
Enclosed is a letter dated 15 May 1837 from 1) to 2) re lease of 20 December 1836)

[no title]  69/M/8/14  22 May 1841

Contents:
Charge for £8,000 + interest and premiums
1) John and William Phillips, of Shaugh, china clay merchants
2) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
Charge on the Morley Clay Works and all buildings on Lee Moor and the remainder of lands called Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood

[no title]  69/M/8/15  1851

Contents:
Draft Re-assignment
1) Christopher Harris of Plymouth, banker
2) The partners in the Naval Bank of Plymouth: Harry Bulteel Harris, Thomas Hillersden Bulteel, Christopher Harris and Josias Hayne Dawe
3) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
4) John Phillips of Sunderland, Durham, and William Phillips of Shaugh, clay merchants Cottages on Lee Moor and the remainder of lands on Lee Moor and Torrecombe Wood. Also re-assignment of 3) to William Phillips (with the consent of John Phillips) of the several life assurance policies effected on the life of William Phillips
Term: residue of 98 years

[no title]  69/M/8/16  [1852]

Contents:
Assignment
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Phillips
Assignment of water leases connected with the Lee Moor (formerly the Morley) Clay Works
Consideration: 10s

[no title]  69/M/8/17  [1855]

Contents:
Contract
1) The Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Co
2) William Phillips
For manufacture and delivery of porcelain clay by Phillips during the term of 21 years from 1855.
[Not completed]

[no title]  69/M/8/18  12 September 1857

Contents:
Agreement
1) William Phillips of the Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Works
2) Hugh Ebrington Crocker of Plym, mining agent Agreement for use of water from the River Cad to supply the Bottle Hill Mining Company
Term: one year from 1 August 1857
Consideration: £3 10s per month (with memorandum on delivery of notices to make void the agreement, two draft notices served on Mr Hugh Ebrington Crocker in February 1863 and a letter to George Pridham from William Phillips re the notices, dated 11 February 1863)

[no title]  69/M/8/19  1858

Contents:
Instructions to prepare leases of a railway and for lands called Lee Moor, Torrecombe Wood, Blackaller and Whitehill. Also a grant of a right to raise granite and other stone on the lands aforesaid. The parties involved are the earl of Morley and William Phillips

[no title]  69/M/8/20  20 December 1858

Contents:
Surrender
1) John Phillips of Sunderland, gent., and William Phillips of Shaugh, china clay merchant.
2) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
Surrender of certain hereditaments and premises comprised in an indenture of lease dated the 20th December 1836
[with draft]

[no title]  69/M/8/21  1858

Contents:
Draft lease
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley, and Colonel Edward Fitzgerald of Marlborough Buildings, Bath
2) William Phillips
Draft lease for 99 years of granite and other stone on Lee Moor, Torrecombe Wood Estate, Blackaller Estate and the Whitehall Estate
Rent: £70 by equal half yearly payments

[no title]  69/M/8/22  1858

Contents:
Draft Instructions
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) William Phillips
Draft instructions for railway and other leases
Enclosed is a letter from William Phillips to George Pridham dated 4 January 1858 and notes on meetings at Saltram to discuss leases

LEGAL OPINIONS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/8/23  1835-1837

Contents:
Copies of documents and correspondence relating to the allegation by Mr Strode of a nuisance of sand deposit running from the Morley Clay Works

[no title]  69/M/8/24  1836-1837

Contents:
Case for the opinion of Mr Dampier acting on behalf of Lord Morley arising out of an allegation by Mr Strode of a nuisance of sand deposit running from the Morley Clay Works into the river in front of Newnham House (includes sketch plan), July 1836; correspondence papers etc concerning the same; agreement between George Strode esq, and Messrs Featherstonhaugh, John and William Phillips respecting the removal of deposit occasioned by the Morley Clay Works, 16 February 1837

[no title]  69/M/8/25  1838-1849

Contents:
Case, correspondence, notes, bills and accounts, re John and William Phillips' non-payment of rent

[no title]  69/M/8/26  1839, 1864, 1886, 1893

Contents:
Case for the opinion of Mr R S Wright acting on behalf of Lord Morley and his tenant, Mr Martin in a dispute over Lee Moor Water Rights. The bundle includes correspondence to and from Lord Morley on this matter

[no title]  69/M/8/27  1860-1865

Contents:
Featherstonhaugh v Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Co: Correspondence on case. Case and opinion of Mr Fitzroy on behalf of the Directors of the Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Co; plaintiff's affidavits; bill of complaint; answer of defendants and copy of judgement

MORLEY CLAY WORKS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/8/28  1830s/40s

Contents:
Papers re William Phillip's life insurance policies with Sun Life and Provident Life

[no title]  69/M/8/29  4 April 1840

Contents:
Letter to George Pridham from William Phillips, Morley Works: lease from Blackaller farm; notes on rents

ESTABLISHMENT OF THE LEE MOOR PORCELAIN CLAY COMPANY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/8/30  [1852]

Contents:
Abstract of Deed of Settlement of the Lee Moor Porcelain China Clay Company, reciting from 1834
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
2) Harry Bulteel Harris, Thomas Hillersdon Bulteel, Christopher Harris and Josias Hayne Dawe
3) John Phillips
4) William Phillips
5) Shareholders
6) Samuel Amory, trustee on behalf of the company
(With copy)

[no title]  69/M/8/31  1852

Contents:
Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Company: alphabetical abstract of deed of settlement, registered 2 March 1852

[no title]  69/M/8/32  29 November 1853

Contents:
Licence to the Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Company from The Board of Trade to hold and mine Lee Moor, Torrecombe Woods and all other lands in Shaugh belonging to the late earl of Morley (except Brinton Farm) and the clay works formerly known as the Morley Clay Works

SHAREHOLDING RECORDS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/8/33  1852

Contents:
Book of share certificates issued to the earl of Morley

[no title]  69/M/8/34  1852

Contents:
Book of share certificates issued to John Phillips of Sunderland, Durham

[no title]  69/M/8/35  1852

Contents:
Book of share certificates issued to John Phillips of Sunderland, Durham

[no title]  69/M/8/36  1852

Contents:
Book of share certificates issued to William Phillips of Plympton

[no title]  69/M/8/37  1852

Contents:
Book of share certificates issued to William Phillips of Plympton

[no title]  69/M/8/38  1852

Contents:
Book of share certificates issued to William Phillips of Plympton

[no title]  69/M/8/39  1852

Contents:
Book of share certificates issued to William Phillips of Plympton

[no title]  69/M/8/40  1852

Contents:
Book of share certificates issued to William Phillips of Plympton

[no title]  69/M/8/41  1852

Contents:
Book of share certificates issued to William Phillips of Plympton

[no title]  69/M/8/42  1852

Contents:
Book of share certificates issued to the earl of Morley

[no title]  69/M/8/43  1852

Contents:
Book of share certificates issued to Thomas Hillersden Bulteel of Plymouth, C Harris of Plymouth Josias Hayne Dawe of Plymouth and Harry Bulteel Harris

[no title]  69/M/8/44  1852

Contents:
Book of share certificates issued to Thomas Hillersden Bulteel of Plymouth, C Harris of Plymouth Harry Bulteel Harris and Josias Hayne Dawe of Plymouth

[no title]  69/M/8/45  1852

Contents:
Book of share certificates issued to the earl of Morley, John Sarah of Plympton, Clare Talbot of London, M Travers of London, C Harris of Plymouth and Harry Bulteel Harris of Plymouth

[no title]  69/M/8/46  1852

Contents:
Book of share certificates issued to Thomas Hillersden Bulteel of Plymouth, John Radford of Plymouth, George Pridham of Plymouth and Josias Hayne Dawe of Plymouth

[no title]  69/M/8/47  1852

Contents:
Book of share certificates issued to Thomas Hillersden Bulteel of Plymouth, John Hawkshaw of Westminster, William Moss of London, Hon. Charles L Clements of London, James Davison of Liverpool, Thomas Ladbury of Plympton, George Herbert Ladbury of Holloway and John Edward Ladbury of London

[no title]  69/M/8/48  1855-1884

Contents:
Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Co: share transfer certificates

[no title]  69/M/8/49  1861

Contents:
Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Co: one copper plate certificate for £25 shares; two copper plates for deposited stock

[no title]  69/M/8/50  1871

Contents:
Book of share certificates issued to Thomas Hillersden Bulteel of Plymouth, Thomas Bulteel of Plymouth and Hon. Charles L Clements of London

[no title]  69/M/8/51  1871

Contents:
Book of share certificates issued to Thomas Hillersden Bulteel of Plymouth, Thomas Bulteel of Plymouth and the earl of Morley

[no title]  69/M/8/52  1871

Contents:
Book of share certificates issued to the Earl of Morley and George Pridham of Plymouth.

[no title]  69/M/8/53  1872, 1873, 1884

Contents:
Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Co: share transfer certificates

[no title]  69/M/8/54  c1877

Contents:
Pledge by Albert Edmund Parker, Earl of Morley to receive 20 preference shares in the Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Co. Nos 2040-2060, which he transferred to Augustus Coryton esq on 14 March 1877, at any time when he or his heirs so require

[no title]  69/M/8/55  4 April 1884

Contents:
Agreement of Mr Woollcombe to retransfer share no. 2061 to Lord Morley.

[no title]  69/M/8/56  5 December 1884

Contents:
Letter from Samuel Newbury as Secretary of the Lee Moor Porcelain China Clay Company to Mrs Mary Ann Phillips, requesting money due because of a call on shares.

[no title]  69/M/8/57  1884

Contents:
Correspondence to and from Mr S P Newbury, secretary to the Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Company: shares of Mr Twiggs, deceased; requests for copies of the prospectus

[no title]  69/M/8/58  1884

Contents:
Circular letter to shareholders re the decision of the extraordinary general meeting of 27 September 1884 that a final call of £2 10s per share be made on 800 ordinary preference shares numbered 3200-4000, proceeds to be applied in part payment of the debt due to Lord Morley; draft copy of above addressed to the Earl of Morley

[no title]  69/M/8/59  1884-1888

Contents:
Bundle of 5 Agreements for the transfer of shares in the Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Company. With notes re shares in the Boringdon Park Mining Company

[no title]  69/M/8/60  1886

Contents:
Copy notice sent to the Times of Extraordinary General Meeting of the Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Company to be held on the 27 August to sell forfeited shares.

[no title]  69/M/8/61  1887

Contents:
Transfer of shares in the Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Co to the Earl of Morley

[no title]  69/M/8/62  1888

Contents:
Transfers of interest in shares in the Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Co

COMPANY PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/8/63  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Prospectus of the Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Company

[no title]  69/M/8/64  c1851

Contents:
Notice of honourable mention of W Phillips's china clay exhibit at the Great Exhibition, 1851

[no title]  69/M/8/65  1852-1855

Contents:
Correspondence re the expenses of the company; deed of settlement; advances to Phillips; proposed leases; registration of the company; directors' report for 1857

[no title]  69/M/8/66  1852-1895

Contents:
Correspondence to the 2nd and 3rd earl s of Morley re the Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Company: establishment of the new Morley clay company; Tavistock railway; Whitehill Farm; claims on William Phillip's Estate; dispute with Sir Massey Lopes re quay at Lary [Laira] Bridge; rent analysis; Grigg mortgage; Featherstonhaugh; lease from Sir Massey Lopes re lease of water rights; problems with mica; purchase of shares; Trowlesworthy leat; renewal of company's lease; 'Vigilance Committee'; abstract of Martin's lease of 1859; winding-up of the company in 1888/9; labour agitation; Laira Wharves; dispute over wire erected by the electrical department of the GWR; sand dues; police supervision at Shaugh and Lee Moor; new wharf at Prince Rock; boundaries of land adjoining Cholwich Town Wall; sand nuisance in Plymouth harbour

[no title]  69/M/8/67  c1853-1885

Contents:
Notices of Annual General Meetings; director's reports, minutes and balance sheets for AGMs; dividend warrants; accounts; notices of extraordinary general meetings; letter from Harriet Morley to Mr Pridham re agreements for Phillips, and Lord Morley's illness

[no title]  69/M/8/68  1855

Contents:
Notes on the importance of leases to the Lee Moor Porcelain China Clay Company, due to its dependence for prosperity on roads, water and labour

[no title]  69/M/8/69  1857-1859

Contents:
Correspondence to and from George Pridham, mainly from William Phillips: lease of land by the Rock Company; the railway from Lee Moor to Cann Quarry and Sutton Pool; difficulty of arranging for transport of goods in London

[no title]  69/M/8/70  1857-1862

Contents:
Correspondence to and from George Pridham, Lord Morley's solicitor: William Phillip's claim to have the Dartmoor Railway Gauge continued on the Sutton Harbour branch line to Sutton Pool; accounts; general business of the company; money due to Mr and Mrs Phillips

[no title]  69/M/8/71  1858-1863

Contents:
Correspondence to and from George Pridham, Lord Morley's solicitor re Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Co business: letting of the clay works and settlement of Edward Kendall's account; notice of the extraordinary general meeting held in December 1862; catalogue of machinery, sewerage and drain pipes etc on Lee Moor Porcelain Clay and brick works to be sold at auction, January 1863

[no title]  69/M/8/72  1858-1869

Contents:
Correspondence concerning the death of William Phillips on 11 July 1860; also includes copies of his will, correspondence re the case brought by Featherstonhaugh in 1863 and Notices of Extraordinary General Meetings to be held on 12 February and 31 March 1869

[no title]  69/M/8/73  1861-1862

Contents:
Correspondence: water leases; E Stocker of the West of England China, Stone and Clay Company's bid for purchase of the lease of the company; notes on bids made

[no title]  69/M/8/74  1861-1862; 1884

Contents:
Correspondence to George Pridham on the subject of the growing debt of the Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Company and related matters

[no title]  69/M/8/75  1862

Contents:
Particulars of the terms on which the Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Company is prepared to treat for the lease of their works for 21 years

[no title]  69/M/8/76  [1863]

Contents:
Sale notice advertising auction of 1st class machinery from the Lee Moor Porcelain China Clay Company.

[no title]  69/M/8/77  1863

Contents:
Correspondence to Mr Sarah mainly re Lee Moor Clay Works: accounts; copy of the Honourable Mention at the Great Exhibition; proposed gas works near Plympton station; Morley's proposed visit to the clay works

[no title]  69/M/8/78  1868-1869

Contents:
Letter from Martin brothers as lessees requesting an extension of the lease and improved terms, dated 21 August 1868; notice of extraordinary general meeting to be held on the 12 February 1869 to consider the extension of the lease; notice of extraordinary general meeting to be held on the 31 March 1869 to confirm the resolutions of the previous extraordinary general meeting

[no title]  69/M/8/79  1870

Contents:
Bill of Travers, Smith and De Gex to the Lee Moor Porcelain China Clay Company

[no title]  69/M/8/80  1888

Contents:
Newspaper cuttings from the Western Morning News giving notice of the extraordinary general meetings to be held on 27 May and 16 June 1888 to wind up the Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Company

[no title]  69/M/8/81  1889

Contents:
Notice of the final meeting of the Lee Moor Porcelain China Clay Company to be held on 22 January 1889

[no title]  69/M/8/82  c1889

Contents:
List of documents relating to Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Company

LEE MOOR RAILWAY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/8/83  5 July 1852

Contents:
Heads of Agreement
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley as representing himself, the Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Company and Mr William Phillips
2) Thomas Woollcombe esquire as representing the South Devon Railway Company and the promoter of the South Devon and Tavistock Railway Company.
Agreement relating to the construction and use of Tavistock Line, Lee Moor line and a branch of a line to Marsh Mills

[no title]  69/M/8/84  5 July 1852

Contents:
Prospectus of the South Devon and Tavistock Railway Company; Plymouth to Tavistock, with a branch to the Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Company's Works

[no title]  69/M/8/85  10 August 1852

Contents:
Map showing lands required from G Strode esquire for the Lee Moor Railway. Scale: two chains to the inch

[no title]  69/M/8/86  1852

Contents:
Draft copy of a Contract
1) Messrs W Hutchinson and Anthony Ward Ritson both of Plymouth, contractors, and Richard Thomas of York, and William Ritson of Merthyr Tydfil, Wales, their sureties
2) Anthony Buller of Pounds, Buckland Monachorum, and David Derry of Plymouth, banker, (two of the provisional directors of the South Devon and Tavistock Railway Company for themselves and the other directors of the said company)
3) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
Construction of a new railway from Cann Quarry railway near Plym Bridge into the Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Works
With two plans: plan of a line of railroad from Cann Quarry near the Plym Bridge to Lee Moor (scale one chain to 4/16th of an inch); plan of the line of the railroad from the Rising Sun to Cann Quarry (scale three chains to one inch)

[no title]  69/M/8/87  12 June 1855

Contents:
Report on the Lee Moor Railway as compared with contract specifications. By John Hoster

[no title]  69/M/8/88  1855

Contents:
Memorandum of Agreement [not effected]
1) The South Devon Railway Company
2) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
Contract relating to the conveyance of goods over the Company's lines to the clay works of the Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Company

[no title]  69/M/8/89  1855

Contents:
Memorandum of Agreement [draft]
1) The South Devon Railway Company
2) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley
Contract for the maintenance and working of the Lee Moor Branch Railway

[no title]  69/M/8/90  1855-1857

Contents:
Bundle of papers re 'Rent House' Agreement between Lord Morley, South Devon Railway Company and the South Devon Tavistock Company: notes on the railway companies' failure to meet the conditions of the agreement; action proposed by W Phillips; correspondence between W Phillips and G Pridham re the current conditions at Lee Moor; terms on which securities are to be granted; notes on factors necessary for the success at Lee Moor

[no title]  69/M/8/91  10 January 1856

Contents:
Statement and remarks by W Phillips re the Lee Moor Railway, in criticism of the Tavistock Railway Company

[no title]  69/M/8/92  5 June 1856

Contents:
Copy of Heads of Agreement
1) Edmund Parker, earl of Morley as representing himself, the Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Company and Mr William Phillips
2) The South Devon and Tavistock Railway Company
3) The South Devon Railway Company
Agreement relating to the Lee Moor branch railway

[no title]  69/M/8/93  5 June 1856

Contents:
Heads of Agreement [copy]
1) Lord Morley as representing himself, the Lee Moor Porcelain China Clay Company, and Mr William Phillips
2) The South Devon and Tavistock Railway Company
3) The South Devon Railway Company
Sale of land for construction of the main line to Tavistock. Contract re running of the line between Exeter and Laira

[no title]  69/M/8/94  10 October 1856

Contents:
Letter to George Pridham from W Carr of the Secretary's office of the South Devon Railway Company re draft agreement for the Lee Moor line

[no title]  69/M/8/95  1 April 1858

Contents:
Letter from Lord Morley to [...] re the South Devon Company's repudiation of clause nine of their agreement

[no title]  69/M/8/96  30 September 1858

Contents:
Copy of an extract from the Plymouth Journal entitled: Lee Moor Porcelain Clay Works, Opening of the New Railway

[no title]  69/M/8/97  1 November [1858]

Contents:
Letter from the earl of Morley (? to Pridham) re Mrs Parker's will, the Lee Moor railway line and the South Devon Railway Company's proposed use of a narrow gauge

[no title]  69/M/8/98  11 December 1858

Contents:
Draft statutory declaration of George Pridham as Lord Morley's solicitor concerning the lease of a railway line through Higher Lee, part of the earl of Morley's estates, acting as security on a mortgage granted by the Rock Life Assurance Co

[no title]  69/M/8/99  1858

Contents:
Bundle of papers and correspondence re the South Devon and Tavistock Railway Agreement: notes re clauses in the agreement; correspondence to the earl of Morley and to George Pridham from William Phillips re the Sutton Pool line and the Lee Moor Railway

FAMILY AND PERSONAL PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

DIARIES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/9/1  1834-1835

Contents:
Diary of Harriet S Coryton [married Edmund Parker, 2nd earl of Morley in 1842]

[no title]  69/M/9/2  1835

Contents:
Diary of Harriet S Coryton [married Edmund Parker, 2nd earl of Morley in 1842]

[no title]  69/M/9/3  1880

Contents:
Diary of Harriet, Dowager Countess of Morley

[no title]  69/M/9/4  1881

Contents:
Diary of Harriet, Dowager Countess of Morley

[no title]  69/M/9/5  1882

Contents:
Diary of Harriet, Dowager Countess of Morley

[no title]  69/M/9/6  1883

Contents:
Diary of Harriet, Dowager Countess of Morley

[no title]  69/M/9/7  1884

Contents:
Diary of Harriet, Dowager Countess of Morley

[no title]  69/M/9/8  1887

Contents:
Diary of Harriet, Dowager Countess of Morley

[no title]  69/M/9/9  1888

Contents:
Diary of Harriet, Dowager Countess of Morley

[no title]  69/M/9/10  1889

Contents:
Diary of Harriet, Dowager Countess of Morley

[no title]  69/M/9/11  1890

Contents:
Diary of Harriet, Dowager Countess of Morley

[no title]  69/M/9/12a,b  1891

Contents:
Diary of Harriet, Dowager Countess of Morley

[no title]  69/M/9/13  1893

Contents:
Diary of Harriet, Dowager Countess of Morley

[no title]  69/M/9/14  1894

Contents:
Diary of Harriet, Dowager Countess of Morley

NOTES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/9/15  nd 17th cent
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Notebook. Only pages 30-139 survive.

[no title]  69/M/9/16  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Notebook. Notes on various plays

[no title]  69/M/9/17  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Notes on the history of literature 525-1700

[no title]  69/M/9/18  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Notes on drama 1000-1700

[no title]  69/M/9/19  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Notes and jottings by Albert Edmund Parker, 3rd earl of Morley: on classical subjects and on the Holy Roman Empire; farewell poem in Latin to Master and boys at Eton by H Snow 1874; list of those who have graduated from Oxford with 1st class honours, taken from 'Literae Humaniores' 1807-1852; on the French Revolution and Napoleon; minutes of a meeting of a committee appointed to enquire into defence of commercial parts of the UK, held in Newcastle on 4 September 1881 (written up as a skit on committee meetings); on philosophy, the literature of science, classical learning and mental physiology; on ancient and modern civilisation; notes and essay on domesticated animals with some notes on plants; on Europe; Garrick club menu with signatures; cutting on the Caxton celebration III from 'The Academy'; on the epistles of St Paul; on historical authorities on English History, pre-James I to 1866

[no title]  69/M/9/20  1955

Contents:
Draft notes [re Lord Morley's social calendar]

ACCOUNTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/9/21  [1667]

Contents:
Account of books bought for George, Edmund, Thomas and Theodore Parker since 3 June 1667

[no title]  69/M/9/22  [1669]

Contents:
Account of books bought for Mr Parker's son since 1 May 1669

[no title]  69/M/9/23  17th cent

Contents:
List of books purchased

JOHN, 1ST EARL OF MORLEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/9/24  1827-1830

Contents:
1st earl of Morley's account book for Coutts bank

[no title]  69/M/9/25  1830-1832

Contents:
1st earl of Morley's account book for Coutts bank

[no title]  69/M/9/26  1832-1835

Contents:
1st earl of Morley's account book for Coutts bank

[no title]  69/M/9/27  1834

Contents:
The earl of Morley's private account. Drawn up by Mr Yolland

[no title]  69/M/9/28  1835-1838

Contents:
1st earl of Morley's account book for Coutts bank

[no title]  69/M/9/29  1835

Contents:
The earl of Morley's private account. Drawn up by Mr Yolland

[no title]  69/M/9/30  1836

Contents:
The earl of Morley's private account. Drawn up by Mr Yolland

[no title]  69/M/9/31  1838

Contents:
The earl of Morley's private account. Drawn up by Mr Yolland

[no title]  69/M/9/32  1838-1840

Contents:
1st earl of Morley's account book for Coutts bank

EDMUND, 2ND EARL OF MORLEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/9/33  1840-1844

Contents:
2nd earl of Morley's account books for Coutts bank

[no title]  69/M/9/34  1844-1847

Contents:
2nd earl of Morley's account books for Coutts bank

[no title]  69/M/9/35  1847-1855

Contents:
2nd earl of Morley's account books for Coutts bank

[no title]  69/M/9/36  1855-1863

Contents:
2nd earl of Morley's account books for Coutts bank

[no title]  69/M/9/37  1863-1864

Contents:
2nd earl of Morley's account books for Coutts bank

HARRIET PARKER, DOWAGER COUNTESS OF MORLEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/9/38  1877-1883

Contents:
Harriet, Dowager Countess of Morley: Accounts, correspondence etc from the Exeter bank

[no title]  69/M/9/39  1879

Contents:
Harriet, Dowager Countess of Morley: Acknowledgements of cheques from the Exeter bank

[no title]  69/M/9/40  1880

Contents:
Harriet, Dowager Countess of Morley: Acknowledgements of cheques from the Exeter bank

[no title]  69/M/9/41  1881

Contents:
Harriet, Dowager Countess of Morley: Acknowledgements of cheques from the Exeter bank

[no title]  69/M/9/42  1882

Contents:
Harriet, Dowager Countess of Morley: Acknowledgements of cheques from the Exeter bank

[no title]  69/M/9/43  1883-6

Contents:
Harriet, Dowager Countess of Morley: Communications from the Exeter bank

[no title]  69/M/9/44  1897

Contents:
Valuation of the freehold estates of Harriet, Dowager Countess of Morley, deceased, in the county of Devon

ALBERT EDMUND PARKER, 3RD EARL OF MORLEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/9/45  1876-1882

Contents:
Revenue account book for Lord Morley's account at the Naval Bank

EDMUND ROBERT PARKER, 4TH EARL OF MORLEY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/9/46  1947 Dec-1947 Apr

Contents:
Personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/9/47  1947 Apr-1947 Sep

Contents:
Personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/9/48  1947 Sep-1948 Jan

Contents:
Personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/9/49  1948 Jan-1948 May

Contents:
Personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/9/50  1948 May-1948 Oct

Contents:
Personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/9/51  1948 Aug-1948 Dec

Contents:
Personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/9/52  1948 Nov-1948 Apr

Contents:
Personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/9/53  1949 May-1949 Aug

Contents:
Personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/9/54  1949 Aug-1950 Jan

Contents:
Personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/9/55  1949 Dec-1950 Mar

Contents:
Personal account vouchers

[no title]  69/M/9/56  1950 Jul-1951 Jan

Contents:
Personal account vouchers

MANUSCRIPTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/9/57  1890

Contents:
Manuscript entitled Appeal to the Charitable. Allegorical tale warning against hasty New Year Resolutions by May Parker

[no title]  69/M/9/58  1890

Contents:
Manuscript poem entitled A Psalm of Life by May Parker

[no title]  69/M/9/59  1890

Contents:
Manuscript poem entitled Le Meunier Sans-Souci by May Parker

[no title]  69/M/9/60  1891

Contents:
Manuscript drama entitled Scenes de Chateaux en Espagne by May Parker

CORRESPONDENCE  [no ref. or date]

To Edmund Parker from various  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/9/61  27 May 1656

Contents:
Letter from John White, Paris: a missing mail packet

[no title]  69/M/9/62  29 January 1669/70

Contents:
Letter to Edmund Parker from John Waller, Filly: sale of the manor of Potten (possibly Potterne Manor, a seat in Wiltshire). Has sent previous letters but received no answer. He asks if Edmund is interested in this land

[no title]  69/M/9/63  31 October 1670

Contents:
Letter to Edmund Parker from [Nicholas] Hele requesting his patronage for a friend of his who is interested in the vacancy at Zeal Monachorum following the death of Mr Stroud

[no title]  69/M/9/64  2 November 1670

Contents:
Letter to Edmund Parker from Timothy Hamlyn re dispute with Mr Morrell over payment for freight

[no title]  69/M/9/65  14 November 1670

Contents:
From George Ive requesting the parsonage of Zeal Monachorum for his son

[no title]  69/M/9/66  19 January late 17th cent

Contents:
From Edward Drew re a letter he received from Edmund's father; wishes to conclude the fine

To Edmund Parker From Peter Fortescue  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/9/67  19 April 1670

Contents:
Was unable to call on his way to or from Cornwall but hopes to stop by on his next trip

[no title]  69/M/9/68  24 July 1670

Contents:
Efford. Cannot visit on his way to Launceston as has promised to call on his cousin. Wishes to talk with him re the money received from Mr Noyes debt

[no title]  69/M/9/69  1670

Contents:
Invites Edmund to visit him in Saltash

[no title]  69/M/9/70  1670

Contents:
Has heard of the death of Mr Strode who occupied Edmund's benefice. Recommends Mr Elford to fill the benefice

[no title]  69/M/9/71  20 January 1670/71

Contents:
Invites Edmund to confer re the draught for Colehanger

[no title]  69/M/9/72  27 January 1670/71

Contents:
He is worried that he has not heard from Edmund; must see him re sealing of the writings as they have to be taken to London; his wife has made Edmund a friend in trust of leases of Reversional estates; asks after Mr Roll's money

To Edmund Parker From Amy Courtenay [later Fortescue]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/9/73  [September] 1668

Contents:
Asks after amount of Mr Noyes' debt; discusses debts left by her late husband; pledges to satisfy these debts. Dorse is covered with notes [by Edmund Parker] re a legal dispute

[no title]  69/M/9/74  20 November 1668

Contents:
Thanks him for his understanding re her late husband debts; will arrange for him and his son to visit re prospective match for his son

[no title]  69/M/9/75  14 December 1668

Contents:
Fears of prospective bride's family re extent of land to be settled by Edmund Parker on the marriage; aims to pay her debts by selling land. Enclosed a letter to Humphrey Courtenay from J Beauford re his negotiations for the match

[no title]  69/M/9/76  1668/9

Contents:
Asks him to come as soon as possible so that friends of the proposed bride's family can meet his son

[no title]  69/M/9/77  25 May 1669

Contents:
Has surveyed the manor of Horden before its proposed sale; reasons for failure of marriage negotiations; condition of his mare; proposes that she pay a visit

[no title]  69/M/9/78  July 1669

Contents:
Her cousin Vincent is willing to draw up the deeds for Horden; sympathises with his troubles

[no title]  69/M/9/79  26 July 1669

Contents:
Gives him details of a book he was interested in; encloses letter from William Vincent re Edmund's query over his potential for legal action should his tenants take the corn he has cut

[no title]  69/M/9/80  25 October 1669

Contents:
Thanks him for his advice re her prospective marriage to Peter Fortescue; worried re Mr Hayman's management of rent collection; cousin John has Edmund's horse; requests he lend her some money
[Now signed as Amy Fortescue]

[no title]  69/M/9/81  18 December 1669

Contents:
Thanks him for his advice; happy in her new marriage; experiencing some trouble with Mr Noyes

[no title]  69/M/9/82  27 January 1669/70

Contents:
Worry re Mr Hayman's accounts of rent collection; problems over legal dispute with Mr Noyes

[no title]  69/M/9/83  1 March 1669/70

Contents:
Requests his support against Mr Noyes at the Assize; includes draft answer

[no title]  69/M/9/84  24 March 1669/70

Contents:
Continued dispute with Mr Noyes; requests that he supply details of his judgement against Noyes; asks for financial assistance in this legal dispute

To George Parker  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/9/85  30 September 1705

Contents:
From Anthony Ellesdon at Kittesson: preparations for visits by George and Edmund Parker to Kittesson; sale of his effects

[no title]  69/M/9/86  24 December 1720

Contents:
From Samuel Mudge: his false imprisonment by a warrant bearing George Parker's signature - requests that he investigates this; to be sent on to several other persons named on the cover

To Thomas Parker  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/9/87  24 August 1734

Contents:
Letter from Jane Parker. She has sent on the box to her uncle with the Trusts and four pounds of tea.
Includes bill and receipt

To John Sarah (land agent)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/9/88  30 July 1862

Contents:
Letter to John Sarah from Fanny Coryton, Whiteway: he is to send the open carriage to Whiteway; Lord Boringdon's accident

Albert Edmund Parker, 3rd earl of Morley  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/9/89a, b  1876-1884, 1885-1890

2 bundles

Contents:
Correspondence to and from Albert Edmund Parker, 3rd earl of Morley to his wife, Margaret Stayner Holford.
Includes references to the following topics:
Frere Affair in House of Lords (ambassador in Natal acting against Disraeli's instructions, 1879); Afghan catastrophe (Sept 1879); own appointment as Under Secretary for War (1880); War Office business; Irish tenant's demands for reduction of rent (Nov 1881); House of Lords and Irish Land Act; War in Egypt (1882); Exhibition of Sir Joshua Reynolds at the Grosvenor Gallery (1883); speeches at House of Lords on South Africa; Khartoum; Home Rule question the Lords; Technical Education Bill; Dublin Corporation Bill; improvements in house and grounds at Saltram

[no title]  69/M/9/90  1896-1897

Contents:
Correspondence to Lord Morley from, and concerning the affairs of, Lord Grey. The letters cover the period when Lord Grey was abroad involved in the Matabele Rising, while Lord Morley undertook to look after Grey's children and to act as attorney for selling his shares etc

GENEALOGY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/9/91  16th cent

Contents:
Extracts from the register book of the parish of Martyn: the baptism and marriage of Francis Mayhowe, daughter of Jerome

[no title]  69/M/9/92  18th cent

Contents:
Notes of baptisms for the Parker family, 1621-1737

[no title]  69/M/9/93  1839

Contents:
Copies of burial certificates: The Rt Hon. Thomas Robinson, Lord Grantham, 1786; The Hon. Frederick Robinson, 1793; Sir George Pretyman Tomline, baronet, Lord Bishop of Winchester, 1827

MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/9/94  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Book containing various fishing flies

[no title]  69/M/9/95  1901

Contents:
Invitations and admission tickets issued to the earl of Morley for attendance at the funeral of Queen Victoria. With Order of Service

POLITICS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/9/96  9 April 1811

Contents:
Correspondence between Lord Boringdon and John Clark Langmead: requests Boringdon's support for the Bill for deepening and improving Sutton Harbour

[no title]  69/M/9/97  26 July 1833

Contents:
Letter from Deeble Boger to Mr Yolland re bill for Plympton Charter

[no title]  69/M/9/98  1833

Contents:
'Report from the Commissioners on municipal corporations in England and Wales: the borough of Plympton Earle'

[no title]  69/M/9/99  1833-1835

Contents:
Papers re Morley v Plympton Corporation: opinion of Mr Follett; letter from Mr Yolland's re the corporations financial problems; copy of the report of the Corporation Commissioners; copy of the statement of case made on behalf of the Corporation; letter from Deeble Boger re proposed dissolution of the Corporation

[no title]  69/M/9/100  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Petition from the freeholders of Devon. Addressed to Sir Richard Warwick Bampfylde, Bart., and John Parker esquire, representatives in Parliament for the county of Devon. Petition to make a road from St David's Hill to the Eastgate of Exeter

[no title]  69/M/9/101  November 1849

Contents:
Requisition to Montagu E N Parker, the High Sheriff of Devon, from the freeholders and inhabitants of the county, requesting that he call a county meeting to consider addressing Her Majesty and petitioning the Houses of Parliament to restore the full and effectual protection of British Industry

[no title]  69/M/9/102  6 December 1849

Contents:
Notice issued by Montagu E N Parker, the High Sheriff of Devon, advertising a county meeting to be held at Exeter Castle on the 21 December, to consider petitioning the Queen and Parliament re protection of British Industry

[no title]  69/M/9/103  1894

Contents:
Bundle of documents, maps and correspondence re the proposed alteration of the borough boundary.
Includes: 'Representation to the Local Government Board as to Alteration of the Boundary of the Borough' J H Ellis, Town Clerk, Plymouth. With notes; Correspondences to and from Lord Morley; Map of Plymouth, Devonport, Stonehouse, Stoke, Morice Town and Ford showing proposed extension of boundaries. Scale: six inches to the mile; Newspaper cuttings from the Western Morning News

PERSONAL PAPERS OF SAMUEL NEWBERY, LAND AGENT TO LORD MORLEY  [no ref. or date]

AS CHURCHWARDEN AT PLYMPTON ST MARY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/9/104  19th cent

Contents:
Notice issued by the churchwardens re the placing of cards on seats to reserve places

[no title]  69/M/9/105  nd 19th cent

Contents:
Newbery's notes re the passing of a resolution at a vestry meeting concerning the assessment of the ratable value of Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/9/106  1841-1890

Contents:
Correspondence and papers re the valuation lists for parishes in the Plympton St Mary Union; copy of poor rates for of Powderham, 1883; certificate of the returning officer announcing the results of elections for the Guardians of the poor in the Plympton St Mary Union, 1887; circular letter containing report and financial account for Plympton St Mary and Sparkwell National Schools, 1888

[no title]  69/M/9/107  1860

Contents:
List of subscriptions to Sparkwell Chapel of Ease fund with an abstract of the Treasurers account

[no title]  69/M/9/108  1860

Contents:
Bill of Call and Pethick of 15 Green Street, Plymouth, for repairs to the parish church at Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/9/109  1860

Contents:
Bill of R Elliott for repairs and restorations to the parish church of Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/9/110  [1869]

Contents:
Account of gross value of the estates in Plympton St Mary. Endorsed with note re voting in the parish vestries

[no title]  69/M/9/111  1871-1872

Contents:
Shaugh Prior, overseers' rate book

[no title]  69/M/9/112  1872

Contents:
Some parish accounts for Plympton St Mary for the year ending December 1872

[no title]  69/M/9/113  1873

Contents:
Notice re vestry's decision re drainage of the churchyard; subscriptions received; notes re resolutions of vestry meeting re leat, funds for maintenance of church

[no title]  69/M/9/114  September 1873

Contents:
Copy of a published letter from Edward G Hunt of Bampton Vicarage, Oxford, to Mr Merton Smith re the proposal to establish a school board in Plympton St Mary; pamphlet by Merton Smith, Vicar of Plympton St Mary entitled 'Things to think of: a few facts', opposing the establishment of a school board

[no title]  69/M/9/115  1873-1874

Contents:
Plympton St Mary, churchwardens' receipts

[no title]  69/M/9/116  1873-1878

Contents:
Papers re Plympton St Mary parish church and All Saints: statement of accounts; extracts from the vestry book re diversion of the River Tory; bills; notice re election of churchwardens; proposed alterations to church yard; sale of Priory Orchard; accounts for maintaining church services; offertory accounts; church accounts and balance sheets; parochial accounts; notice to subscribers to Plympton St Mary National School and Sparkwell village school; correspondence re fitting of a stove, chancel seats and diversion of the River Tory; list of vessels belonging to the church

[no title]  69/M/9/117  2 March 1874

Contents:
Reprint from the Western Morning News of the Venerable Archdeacon of Totnes's inquiry at Plympton St Mary re removal of a cross suspended over the communion table, by Mr George Dewdney, one of the churchwardens

[no title]  69/M/9/118  24 April 1874

Contents:
Receipt from Sun Fire Office for payment of one year's premium by the churchwardens of Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/9/119  1874-1875

Contents:
Receipts of the churchwardens of Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/9/120  25 September 1875

Contents:
Bill of Reverend Merton Smith from Hele and Co., organ builders

[no title]  69/M/9/121  1875-1876

Contents:
Correspondence to Samuel Newbery as churchwarden of Plympton St Mary: receipts; positioning of the choir; warming of the church

[no title]  69/M/9/122  1875-1877

Contents:
Correspondence mainly between Samuel Newbery, in his position as Churchwarden of the parish of Plympton St Mary, and the Reverend Merton Smith: positioning of the choir; decoration of the church; stained glass windows; rural dean's book; collections; presentation by Captain Henry and Miss Woollcombe; method of collection of alms in the church

[no title]  69/M/9/123  26 July 1875-1877

Contents:
Letter from Mr Vosey to Mr Newbery enclosing a collection account book; notes re church accounts

[no title]  69/M/9/124  1876

Contents:
Letter to Mr Newbery from Charles Bewes concerning allocation of pews in Plympton St Mary Church

[no title]  69/M/9/125  1876

Contents:
Dispute over the placing of the choir surplices in the chancel of Plympton St Mary Church, correspondence

[no title]  69/M/9/126  1877

Contents:
Account of receipt and expenditure for church purposes in Plympton St Mary for the year ending 25 March 1877

[no title]  69/M/9/127  8 September 1880

Contents:
Letter (addressee unknown) from Plympton St Mary vestry querying the basis of assessment of county rates

[no title]  69/M/9/128  late 19th cent

Contents:
Letter to Mr Newbery from Mr Vosey re payment of Mr Andrews for making the drain from the tower

AS OVERSEER OF THE POOR FOR CHELSON MEADOW  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/9/129  12 March 1863

Contents:
Notice that the valuation list for Chelson Meadow has been deposited at the house of Peter Vosper for inspection

[no title]  69/M/9/130  1863-1887

Contents:
Plympton St Mary Union: parish of Chelson meadow: balance sheets of overseers' receipts and payments

[no title]  69/M/9/131  1868

Contents:
Plympton St Mary: Overseers' rate book. Enclosed is a letter to Newbery from Charles Gordon re the rating of the railways.

[no title]  69/M/9/132  1869, 1870, 1890

Contents:
Certificate of appointment of Samuel Newbery as an Overseer of the Poor for the parish of Chelson Meadow.

[no title]  69/M/9/133  1879

Contents:
Bill for general expenses incurred by the Guardians of the Plympton St Mary Rural Sanitary Authority; bill for contribution to the common fund of the Plympton St Mary Union

[no title]  69/M/9/134  28 March 1881

Contents:
Copy of certificate of appointment of Samuel P Newbery as overseer of the poor for Chelson Meadow

[no title]  69/M/9/135  1888

Contents:
Plympton St Mary Union: parish of Chelson meadow: balance sheets of overseers' receipts and payments (mainly blank)

[no title]  69/M/9/136  1889, 1893

Contents:
Orders for payments of contributions by the overseers of Chelson Meadow to Plympton St Mary Union

[no title]  69/M/9/137  October 1889

Contents:
Circular letter and personal letter to Mr Newbery from Fred W Cleverton, clerk for Plympton St Mary Union, re a board meeting to discuss the inclusion of Chelson Meadow, Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/9/138  1890-1891

Contents:
Balance sheets of the Overseer's receipts and payments for the half-years ending 29 September 1890 and 25 March 1891

[no title]  69/M/9/139  1893

Contents:
Papers of the overseers of the poor of Chelson Meadows: order to contribute to the Plympton St Mary Rural Sanitary Authority; notices of audit; note re accounts

[no title]  69/M/9/140  1894

Contents:
Copy of the balance sheet of Overseers' receipts and payments for the parish of Chelson meadows for the half-year ending 25 March 1894

[no title]  69/M/9/141  1895

Contents:
Notice of audit from the Plympton St Mary Union to the overseers of Chelson Meadow

PLYMPTON ST MARY UNION  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/9/142  1888

Contents:
Notice listing the personnel for committees of the Plympton St Mary Union for the year 1888-9

[no title]  69/M/9/143  1888-1893

Contents:
Published statements of Plympton St Mary Union for the half-years ending Lady day 1893 and Michaelmas 1893; Annual reports of the Medical Officer of Health for the Plympton St Mary Rural Sanitary Authority, years ending December 1888 and 1891

[no title]  69/M/9/144  1889

Contents:
Published statement of Plympton St Mary Union for the half-year ending Michaelmas 1889

[no title]  69/M/9/145  1890

Contents:
'Registration of Parliamentary occupation electors and county electors: precept to the Overseers of a parish not in a Parliamentary Borough': Plympton St Mary

[no title]  69/M/9/146  1891

Contents:
Plympton St Mary Union: Statement for the half-year ending Lady-day, 1891

[no title]  69/M/9/147  11 April 1893

Contents:
Certificate of the returning officer for the election of the Guardians of the Poor for Plympton St Mary Union

PRINTED AND PICTORIAL MATERIAL  [no ref. or date]

PRINTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/10/1  Christmas 1895

Contents:
Print from painting of Queen Victoria on her accession, 1837, taken from The Graphic by Mary L Gow

[no title]  69/M/10/2  1838

Contents:
Print from painting of the Coronation of Queen Victoria at Westminster Abbey June 28th 1838, painted by E T Parris

[no title]  69/M/10/3  1887

Contents:
Print of painting of Princess Victoria Our Future Queen painted by Sir William Hayler. The Graphic, Jubilee Number June 20 1887

[no title]  69/M/10/4  1885

Contents:
Print of painting TRH Prince Henry of Battenberg and Princess Beatrice, artist unknown. Offprint from Illustrated London News, Royal Wedding Number, July 27 1885

[no title]  69/M/10/5  1887

Contents:
Print of painting of Queen Victoria For Fifty Years Our Queen painted from life by J Sargent The Graphic, Jubilee Number, June 20 1887

[no title]  69/M/10/6  1893

Contents:
Print of painting HRH The Duke of York KG from the picture by Luke Fildes RA. Offprint from The Graphic, Royal Wedding Number 1893

[no title]  69/M/10/7  1893

Contents:
Print from painting HRH The Duchess of York from The Graphic, Royal Wedding Number 1893

[no title]  69/M/10/8  1902

Contents:
Print of drawing Their Gracious Majesties King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra by W Hatherell, RA, specially made for The Graphic, June 16, 1902

[no title]  69/M/10/9  1889

Contents:
Print from painting Wellington's first encounter with the French by George W Joy. Offprint from Yule Tide, 1889

[no title]  69/M/10/10  1937

Contents:
Print of painting The Apple of His Majesty's Eye (ie Charles II) by William van de Velde the Younger. Offprint from Illustrated London News, November 17, 1937

[no title]  69/M/10/11  1887

Contents:
Print of painting Portia from the original by Sir John Millais. Offprint from Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, December 3, 1887

[no title]  69/M/10/12  1888

Contents:
Print of painting Juliet from the picture by P H Calderon, R A Offprint from The Graphic, Christmas 1888

[no title]  69/M/10/13  1889

Contents:
Print of painting Jessica from the picture by Luke Fildes, R A Offprint from The Graphic Christmas number, 1889

PRINTED MATERIAL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/10/14  [1694-1702]

Contents:
Draft Bill for the anulling of pensions and annuities granted by the Crown since 6 February 1684

[no title]  69/M/10/15  1832

Contents:
The Appendix and Index to the Report of the Commissioners concerning Charities of the County of Devon

[no title]  69/M/10/16  1837

Contents:
The Duties of Queen Victoria, a sermon by the the Reverend Sydney Smith. Preached at the Cathedral Church of St Paul's. Inscribed 'From the Author'

[no title]  69/M/10/17  1838

Contents:
Letter to The Queen on The State of the Monarchy by 'A Friend of the People'

[no title]  69/M/10/18  1839

Contents:
An answer to the Misrepresentations contained in an article on The Life of Clarendon in CXXIV of the Quarterley Review, by T H Lister

[no title]  69/M/10/19  1839

Contents:
A Few Words to the Author of The Letter to The Queen. Anon

[no title]  69/M/10/20  1839

Contents:
Third Letter to Archdeacon Singleton by the Reverend Sydney Smith

[no title]  69/M/10/21  1845

Contents:
A Fragment on the Irish Roman Catholic Church by the late Reverend Sydney Smith. 2nd edition

[no title]  69/M/10/22  1845

Contents:
Land Clauses Consolidation Bill

[no title]  69/M/10/23  [1847]

Contents:
Consolidated General Order published by the Poor Law Commissioners for regulation of the poor law. Includes the Prospectus of the British Guarantee Association

[no title]  69/M/10/24  1848

Contents:
Richard the First: A Romantick Play in five acts by George Wightwick

[no title]  69/M/10/25  1848

Contents:
Speech of Lord Brougham in the House of Lords on 18 August 1848 on the affairs of Austria and Italy

[no title]  69/M/10/26  1849

two vols

Contents:
Some Accounts of the Life and Adventures of Sir Reginald Mohun, Bt by George John Cayley. Cantos one-three

[no title]  69/M/10/27  1851

Contents:
Henry the Second: A Tragedy in five acts by George Wightwick

[no title]  69/M/10/28  1852

Contents:
An Account of Wolves Nuturing Children in Their Dens, by An Indian Official

[no title]  69/M/10/29  1859

Contents:
Article entitled 'On the Ossiferous Fissures at Oreston' by William Pengelly. Reprinted from 'The Geologist', No 23, for November

[no title]  69/M/10/30  18 December 1872

Contents:
Newspaper cutting from Trewman's Exeter Flying Post: 'The Creed of Pope Pius IV cont.; Oecumenical councils

[no title]  69/M/10/31  November 1875

Contents:
Pamphlet entitled 'Why Working Men mean to stand by the Ritualistic Clergy' Issued by direction of the St Alban's, Holborn, Working Men's Committee
(Working Men's Leaflets, No 5)

[no title]  69/M/10/32  1876

Contents:
Messrs J B Brown and Co, price list of iron fencing, wire netting, and other manufactures

[no title]  69/M/10/33  1876

Contents:
Devon County Agricultural Association fourth annual meeting to be held at Tiverton: list of prizes and regulations

[no title]  69/M/10/34  20 September 1878

Contents:
'The Rock: A Church of England Family Newspaper'

[no title]  69/M/10/35  1888

Contents:
Local Government (England and Wales) Bill

[no title]  69/M/10/36  8 August 1888

Contents:
Cutting from unspecified newspaper re damage to Devon ferns

[no title]  69/M/10/37  22 August 1888

Contents:
Excerpt from the Western Morning News entitled 'The Destruction of Ferns and Wild Flowers', by the author of 'The Flora of Plymouth'

[no title]  69/M/10/38a-i  1893-1901

nine bundles

Contents:
Liberal Unionist Association Literature; Volumes I-IX of 'Memoranda', with various pamphlets and leaflets published by the Liberal Unionist Association

[no title]  69/M/10/39  1896

Contents:
The German Bogey: a Reply to 'Made in Germany' by George W Medley

[no title]  69/M/10/40  1899

Contents:
Scale of charges for water delivered by meter at Plymstock Water Works

[no title]  69/M/10/41  19th cent

Contents:
'The Unknown God' Acts xvii

[no title]  69/M/10/42  19th cent

Contents:
'You Must be Born Again' John iii

[no title]  69/M/10/43  19th cent

Contents:
Circular of royal mail and coach timetables and fares, for services running from the Globe Hotel, Plymouth

[no title]  69/M/10/44  1901

Contents:
A bibliographical sketch of Lord Wantage, 1832-1901. Reprinted from notices in the Times, Reading Mercury etc

[no title]  69/M/10/45  1902

Contents:
Order of Service for the Coronation of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandria; Thursday 26 June 1902

[no title]  69/M/10/46  7 August 1902

Contents:
Booklet entitled 'The Ceremonies To be Observed at the Royal Coronation of Their Most Excellent Majesties King Edward the Seventh and Queen Alexandra in the Abbey Church at Westminster on Saturday the 9th day of August'

[no title]  69/M/10/47  1910-1916

Contents:
Annual Supplements to Willich's Tithe Commutation Tables for 1910, 1912-1916

[no title]  69/M/10/48  1939

Contents:
Fuel and Lighting Order, 1939. Article 3 (8). Notification of Registration of Consumers by a Licensed Merchant (Form FLO/5) Blank

[no title]  69/M/10/49  1958-1959

Contents:
The English Forestry Association Limited: Catalogue of Forest Trees etc

MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  69/M/11/1  1582/1583

Contents:
Quietus
1) Hugo Moo[re] of Ottery St Mary, gent., John Seyntclere of Ashburton, esquire, William Strowbridge of Ottery St Mary, gent., and John Strow[bridge], of [...], Colyton, gent., and John Strowbridge formerly of Exeter
150 fodders of lead

[no title]  69/M/11/2  [1663]

Contents:
Quietus
1) John Fowell, Captain and Governor of Dartmouth Castle
Pay and entertainment of the officers and soldiers serving in the Dartmouth garrison for the period 17 May 1662-2 October 1663

[no title]  69/M/11/3  1753-1754

Contents:
Account book for rent collected from the Countess of Orford's estates in Devon and Cornwall

[no title]  69/M/11/4  1879

Contents:
Pole's executors: rent account

[no title]  69/M/11/5  July 1897

Contents:
Credit note for Mrs Pole Carew's account at the Consolidated Bank of Cornwall, Devonport

[no title]  69/M/11/6  1897

Contents:
Falmouth Hospital and Dispensary; out-patients tickets

[no title]  69/M/11/7  19th cent

Contents:
Two identical photographs of an unidentified man

[no title]  69/M/11/8  19th cent

Contents:
Advertisement of Debenham and Freebody for carpets, furniture and decorating
Taken by M Gaisford of no 32 George Street, Plymouth

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