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Reference 10D72
Covering dates 1486 - 1941
Held by Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Record Office
Extent 800 files
Source of acquisition Deposited on indefinite loan in 1972.
Creators Cradock Hartopp family, baronets, of Freathby; Hartopp, Cradock, family, baronets, of Freathby
Related information There is also a small deposit, DE5139, which consists of an account book of Sir Charles Hartopp.

Contents:
CRADOCK FAMILY PAPERS
General 10D72/1 - 212
10D72/1 - 4
Knighton Estate 10D72/5 - 22
Title deeds to land in Eye Kettleby, Melton Mowbray, London and elsewhere. 10D72/23 - 73
Title deeds relating to the manors of Aston Flamville and Sharnford. 10D72/74 - 212
BUNNEY FAMILY PAPERS, including papers re Newbold Verdon estate. 10D72/213 - 287
UNWIN FAMILY PAPERS 10D72/288 - 301
PAPERS RELATING TO THE MARRIAGE OF MARY ANN BUNNEY AND WILLIAM BANKES [c.1780] 10D72/302 - 311
HURLOCK FAMILY PAPERS 10D72/312 - 446
General 10D72/312 - 313
Bundle of papers, mainly relating to the executorship of the will of Mrs. Ann Bridges of Avington, co. Southampton, widow. 10D72/314 - 446
PAPERS OF SIR EDMUND CRADOCK HARTOPP, 1ST BARONET 10D72/447 - 751
General 10D72/447 - 556
Political 10D72/557 - 665
Armingland Hall estate 10D72/666 - 676
Knighton estate 10D72/677 - 701
Melton estate 10D72/702 - 709
Wissett estate 10D72/710 - 720
Quarter Sessions papers, including Shrievalty 10D72/721 - 739
Sutton Armed Association 10D72/740 - 751
PAPERS OF SIR EDMUND CRADOCK HARTOPP, 2ND BARONET 10D72/752 - 765
PAPERS OF SIR WILLIAM EDMUND CRADOCK HARTOPP, 3RD BARONET 10D72/766 - 788
ADDERLEY FAMILY PAPERS 10D72/789 - 790
MISCELLANEA 10D72/791 - 800
This collection of papers comprises documents relating to the Cradock-Hartopp branch of the Hartopp family. It contains papers from the fifteenth to the twentieth centuries, with the bulk of the collection relating to the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
The nucleus of the collection is formed by the papers of Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, 1st baronet, which cover the period 1777-1839. These papers contain much correspondence and relate to his general affairs, estate administration and his political career. The political papers are of particular interest, as Sir Edmund was elected Member of Parliament for the County of Leicester in the election of November 1798, retaining his seat until he resigned in 1806. This collection contains many papers relating to the 1798 election and its associated costs, and a large number of letters pledging support to Sir Edmund, including correspondence from the Duke of Rutland and his family. Also included are papers concerning Parliamentary business, including petitions and requests to Sir Edmund to support particular bills before Parliament. Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp was born Edmund Bunney, son of Joseph Bunney of Newark, co. Notts. by Mary, daughter of Edmund Cradock. After marrying Anne Hurlock, who was the only surviving heir to this branch of the Hartopp family (see Pedigree 1) he assumed the surnames of Cradock and Hartopp. He was created a baronet on 12 May 1796.
Some papers of the Cradock family have survived amongst this collection. These consist mainly of title deeds to property acquired by the Cradocks, some of which later devolved upon Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp. Notable amongst these is a large accumulation of title deeds relating to the manors of Aston Flamville and Sharnford dating from the fifteenth to the eighteenth centuries. The collection also contains some papers of the Unwin family, who were related to the Cradocks by the marriage of Elizabeth Cradock to William Unwin c.1767. These papers relate to the marriage settlement, the death of William Unwin in 1774, and the financial arrangements for his widow and children.
The Bunney family papers mainly concern the financial affairs of Joseph Bunney (father of Sir Edmund). There are also some papers relating to the manor of Newbold Verdon, which he purchased in 1767, and a small accumulation relating to the marriage of Mary Ann Bunney to William Bankes c.1780.
The Hurlock family papers preserved here relate mainly to the executorship of the will of Mrs. Ann Bridges of Avington, co. Southampton, widow, who died in 1763. Mrs. Bridges was an aunt to Sarah Hurlock née Hartopp (see Pedigree 1) and members of the Hurlock family played a part in the executorship of her will.
The remainder of the collection comprises small accumulations of the papers of Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, 2nd baronet and Sir William Edmund Cradock Hartopp, along with some miscellanea.



CRADOCK FAMILY PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

General  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  10D72/1  12 Dec 1721

Contents:
Deputation appointing Edmund Cradock of the borough of Leicester, woollendraper as gamekeeper to the Duke of Rutland within the manor of Aileston.

[no title]  10D72/2/1  n.d. [post 1759]

Contents:
Copy letters:

[no title]  10D72/2/1/(i)  11 Oct 1759

Contents:
Wm Robinson, Quebeck to his father asking that he send him a letter of credit and some clothing. They are wintering at Quebeck.

[no title]  10D72/2/1/(ii)  12 Oct 1759

Contents:
Thos Sansbury, purser of the Race Horse at Quebeck to ?Robinson advising him that he has endorsed some bills for his son's use as he thinks him a deserving young man who has suffered in the cold climate for want of clothing.

[no title]  10D72/2/1/(iii)  14 Nov 1759

Contents:
Francis Richard, Portsmouth Common, King Street, ? to ?Robinson. He has quitted the Race Horse [he appears to have been the captain] owing to ill health. He gives a good report of his son, and has mentioned his son's needs to a Mr. Blackmore, a merchant [at Quebeck].

[no title]  10D72/2/2  n.d. [post 1757]

Contents:
Copy power of guardianship (13 June 1757) granted to Paul Henry Robinson, father of William Robinson, minor and legatee named in the last will of William Cradock late of Leicester, deceased.

[no title]  10D72/3/1  27 Oct 1766

Contents:
Deed of appointment
1. Joseph Cradock of the borough of Leicester, esq. and Richard Garle of the borough of Leicester, hosier.
2. Sir George Robinson of Great Stretton, baronet.
Of no. 2 as attorney of no. 1 to enable him to transact the executorship and trusts of the will of William Hewett, late of Great Stretton, esq., deceased, vested in no. 1.

[no title]  10D72/3/2  27 Oct 1766

Contents:
Bond
1. Sir George Robinson of Great Stretton, baronet.
2. Joseph Cradock of Leicester, esq. and Richard Garle of Leicester, hosier.
In the sum of £2,000 for the performance of covenants stipulated in an indenture of even date.

[no title]  10D72/4  30 April 1764


Related information: see also 10D74/721

Contents:
Quitclaim
1. Joseph Cradock, son of Joseph Cradock late of the borough of Leicester, gent, deceased.
2. Joseph Cradock and Joseph Bunney, nephews of Joseph Cradock of Leicester, gent, deceased.
From the executor and trusteeship which no. 2 carried out during the minority of no. 1.

Knighton estate  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  10D72/5  4 June 1721

Contents:
Bond [Copy]
1. William Wells of Knighton, gent
2. Edmund Cradock of the borough of Leicester, woollen draper
In the sum of £10 to permit E.C. to come upon the land of W.W. to mend a certain drain (location specified) and open and scour a ditch and fence (location specified), and that W.W. will no nothing to cause damage to the same.
Not signed or sealed

[no title]  10D72/6  14 Aug 1721

Contents:
Bond
As 10D72/5.

[no title]  10D72/7/1-3  1755

3 copies

printed

Contents:
Act to confirm and establish an agreement for dividing and enclosing several fields, meadows and a cow-pasture in Knighton, co. Leicester.

[no title]  10D72/8  1755

Contents:
Survey of the estate of Joseph Cradock, junior, esq. at Knighton - gives names of fields and of holdings in each along with each holding's acerage.
Note on last page that the new roads are to be deducted out of the total acerage of the estate in proportion to the quantity.

[no title]  10D72/9  2 Aug 1777

Contents:
Receipted account (1776-1777) Joseph Cradock esq. to H. Walker, including payments of taxes, and for hay.

[no title]  10D72/10-15  20 Feb 1779

Contents:
Memoranda of tenancy agreements between Jonathan Foster (as agent for Joseph Bunney esq.) and various individuals, relating to the tenancy of land in the lordship of Knighton.

[no title]  10D72/16  24 Feb 1779

Contents:
Letter: J. Foster, Ayleston to Joseph Bunney esq. at Joseph Hurlock's esq., John's Street, London to say that he has set the Knighton land at the new valuation agreed upon. Details of matters relating to J.B.'s estate. Recommends a horse for his use.

[no title]  10D72/17  6 May [1779]

Contents:
Receipted bill: Wm Green to Mr. Bunney for the sum of £34.19.1½ for work done to gates, doors, bridges etc

[no title]  10D72/18  n.d. [1779]

Contents:
Letter: J. Foster to [Joseph Bunney] giving details of the rental at Knighton for 1779 and the tenants' reaction to the terms which were offered to them. Some new gates are necessary.

[no title]  10D72/19  Nov 1789

Contents:
Valuation of Mrs. Bunney's estates in the lordship of Knighton, giving the name of the tenant, name of each piece of land leased, acerage, yearly value [and total value].

[no title]  10D72/20  1780's


Related information: as 10D72/19

Contents:
Valuation [possibly of slightly earlier date - appears also to have been originally accompanied by a map].

[no title]  10D72/21  1780's


Related information: as 10D72/19

Contents:
Valuation [possibly of earlier date]

[no title]  10D72/22  c.1790

Contents:
Rough note [re various tenants, acerage of the land they lease and sum they pay each year in rent]

Title deeds to land in Eye Kettleby, Melton Mowbray, London and elsewhere  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  10D72/23  2 July 1576

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
1. Edward Pate of Eye Kettleby, pa. Melton Mowbary, gent and Henry Pate, his son and heir apparent
2. Robert Lyvesey of Totingbeke, co. Surrey, gent
Of close of meadow called the easte meade containing 16 acres pa. Melton Mowbray, and 2/3 of close or field of pasture in pa. Melton Mowbray called the Highe feild the whole of which contains 500 acres, with their reversion and all appurtenances.
Consideration: £2,400
On the reverse
Note of enrolement

[no title]  10D72/24/1-2  within 1 [...] mont of 29 Sept 15
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Westminster
Final Concord
Plaintiff: Robert Lyvesey, gent
Deforceants: Edward Pate, gent. and Katherine his wife and Henry Pate, son and heir apparent of Edward Pate
When the deforceants acknowledged 20 acres meadow, 2/3 of pasture with appurtenances in Melton Mowbray to be the property of the plaintiff
Consideration: £700

[no title]  10D72/25  15 Dec 1578

Contents:
Bargain and sale
1. Robert Lyvesey of Tottingbeke, co. Surrey, esq.
2. John Dent, citizen and salter of London
Of close of meadow called the easte meade containing 16 acres pa. Melton Mowbray and 2/3 of close or field of pasture in pa. Melton Mowbray called the highe feilde, the whole field comprising 500 acres with their reversions and appurtenances.
Consideration: £1,950
On the reverse
Note of enrolement

[no title]  10D72/26  within 8 days of 13 Jan 1579
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Westminster
Final concord
Plaintiff: John Dent
Deforceant: Robert Lyvesey, gent.
When the deforceant acknowledged 20 acres of pasture with appurtenances in Melton Mowbray and 2/3 of 700 acres of pastures with appurtenances in Melton Mowbray to be the property of the plaintiff.
Consideration: £700

[no title]  10D72/27/1  26 Nov 1580

Contents:
Mortgage (by form of bargain and sale)
1. Edward Pate of Eye Kettleby, pa. Melton Mowbray, gent.
2. John Dente, citizen and Salter of London
Of close which was lately a part of the field called Highefeilde, pa. Melton Mowbray containing 160 acres and one parcel of pasture ground containing 3 acres taken from the close called Hawle Close and lately annexed to the close called Highefielde with appurtenances to secure the sum of £512.10.0.
On the reverse
Note of enrolment

[no title]  10D72/27/2-3  within 15 days of March 31 1583

Contents:
Westminster
Final Concord
Plaintiff: John Dent
Deforceant: Edward Pate, gent
When the deforceant acknowledged 160 acres of pasture with appurtenances in Melton Mowbray to be the property of the plaintiff.
Consideration: 400 marks

[no title]  10D72/27/4  27 Nov 1581

Contents:
Bond
1. Edward Pate at Eye Kettleby, pa Melton Mowbray gent
2. John Dent, citizen and Salter of London
In the sum of £4,000 for the performance of covenants contained in a pair of indentures dated 2 July 1576.

[no title]  10D72/28  4 Feb 1615

Contents:
Settlement
1. Patrick Murray of London, knight and Lady Elizabeth his wife, dau. and co-heir of John Dente late citizen and Salter of London, deceased
2. Frances Randall of the Inner Temple, London, esq.
Of the moiety or one half of a messuage or t'ment with appurtenances in Colmon Streete, pa. St. Stephens in the city of London, moiety or one half of another messuage or t'ment with appurtenances in Colemon St, moiety or one half of a messuage or t'ment in Lotheberry against the Windmill Taverne, pa St Margaret in the city of London, moiety or one half of messuage or t'ment in West cheape side, pa. St Mary Cole Churche in the city of London called the Starre (which have come into the possession of Lady Elizabeth as dau. and co-heir of John Dent) also moiety or one half of 5 messuages or t'ments in Mitchame, co. Surrey and also moiety or one half of all the property in Melton Mowbray which may have come to Lady Elizabeth after the death of the said John Dent to uses
Consideration: love and affection

[no title]  10D72/29  20 Feb 1619

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a fine and a common recovery
1. Sir Patrick Murray, knight, gentleman of the King's Majesty's Privy Chamber and Lady Elizabeth, his wife
2. Sir Henry Savyle of Metheley, co. York, knight and baronet and Lady Marie his wife
3. Rowland Wandefford of Lincolns Inn, co. Middx. esq. and Francis Randall of the Inner Temple, London, esq. Peter Broughton and Richard Broughton of London, gent
To be levied on property in the city of London and in co. Surrey
Consideration: £300

[no title]  10D72/30  28 May [1619]
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Westminster
Exemplification of a Final Concord (27 May 1619)
Plaintiffs: Roland Wandesford, esq. and Francis Randall, esq.
Deforceants: Partick Murray, knight and Elizabeth his wife and Henry Savile, knight and baronet and Maria his wife
When the deforceants acknowledged 5 messuages 5 gardens 50 acres of land, 5 acres of meadow and 20 acres of pasture with appurtenances in Micham, co. Sussex, and 5 messuages and 4 gardens with appurtenances in pa. St. Stephen Colman Street, pa. St. Margaret in Lothbury and St. Mary Colchurch in London and 40 acres meadow and 40 acres pasture with appurtenances in Melton Mowbray, co. Leic. to be the property of the plaintiffs.
Consideration: £680

[no title]  10D72/31  7 Feb 1620
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Westminster
Exemplification of a Common Recovery (Michaelmas term 1619)
Demandants: Peter Broughton, gent and Richard Broughton gent
Tenants: Peter Wandesford, esq and Francis Randall esq
Vouchees: Patrick Murray and Elizabeth his wife
Touching 40 acres of meadow, and 400 acres of pasture with appurtenances in Melton Mowbray

[no title]  10D72/32  9 June 1623
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Westminster
Final Concord
Plaintiffs: Peter Broughton, gent and Richard Broughton gent
Deforceants: Patrick Murray, knight and Elizabeth his wife
When the deforceants acknowledged 40 acres of meadow and 400 acres of pasture with appurtenances in Melton Mowbray to be the property of the plaintiffs
Consideration: £300

[no title]  10D72/33/1-2  2

copies 26 May 1624

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine
1. Sir Patrick Murray of Chesthunt, co Hertford, knight of the Order of the Bath and Dame Elizabeth his wife
2. Peter Broughton, esq and Richard Broughton, gent
Levied in Trinity term 1623 on land in Melton Mowbray containing 40 acres of meadow and 400 acres of pasture

[no title]  10D72/34  25 Aug 1628

Contents:
Memorandum of details of agreements between the Right Hon Patrick Lord Tillebarden and Robert Hudson, citizen and haberdasher of London re sale of land in pa Melton Mowbray

[no title]  10D72/35  10 Nov 1628

Contents:
Bargain and sale
1. The Right Hon Patrick Lord Murray, Earl of Tullibardin in Scotland and Lady Elizabeth wife of the said Earl, (dau and coheir of John Dent late citizen and Salter of London, deceased)
2. Robert Hudson, citizen and haberdasher of London
Of close called the Easte Meade containing 16 acres, pa. Melton Mowbray, 2/3 of close called Highfeild, pa. Melton Mowbray, close with appurtenances lately part of Highfeild containing 160 acres, parcel of pasture containing 3 acres taken out of the Hall Close lately annexed to and enclosed with Highfeild.
Consideration: £4,400

[no title]  10D72/36  within 15 days of 10 Nov 1628
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Westminster
Exemplification of a final concord
Plaintiff: Robert Hudson
Deforceants: Patrick Count Tullibardin and Elizabeth his wife
When the deforceants acknowledged 40 acres of meadow and 400 acres of pasture with appurtenances in Melton Mowbray to be the property of the plaintiff.
Consideration: £300

[no title]  10D72/37  10 April 1631

Contents:
Lease for a term of 21 years
1. Robert Hudson, citizen and haberdasher of London
2. Robert Miller of Leicester, mercer and Paul Abney of Leicester, gent
Of Netherhighfeild, pa. Melton Mowbray, being part of the ground called Highfeilds and parcel of ground called Hay Medowe, pa. Melton Mowbray
Rent: £148 p.a.

[no title]  10D72/38  10 April 1631

Contents:
Bond
1. William Chamberlyn of the town of Leicester, woollen draper and Henry Meade of Northborowe alias Narborowe, gent
2. Robert Hudson, citizen and haberdasher of London
In £1,000 for the payment of a rent of £172 each year for the duration of a lease for 21 years of the Upper High Feilds, pa. Melton Mowbray (part of the High Feilds) with appurtenances.

[no title]  10D72/39  11 Aug 1634

Contents:
Bond
1. Frances Miller of the borough of Leicester, widow, Janet Abney of the borough of Leicester, gentlewoman Philip Brokes by of Garthorpe, co. Leicester, gent.
2. Robert Hudson of the city of London, knight
In the sum of £1,000 for the payment of £148 p.a. for the residue of a term of 21 years as agreed in a lease dated 10 April 1631.

[no title]  10D72/40  20 Sept 1646

Contents:
Lease for a term of 3 years
1. Henry Hudson of the city of London, esq
2. Edward Stokes of Melton Mowbray, mercer and Thomas Willcockes of Melton Mowbray, felmonger
Of a field called Nether High Feild, Melton Mowbray (being part of the High Feilds) and Hay Meadowe, pa. Melton Mowbray with appurtenances
Rent: £130 p.a.

[no title]  10D72/41  10 Aug 1652

Contents:
Lease for a term of 9 years
1. Thomas Viner of London, alderman and Honor, his wife
2. Thomas Hoyes of Melton Mowbray, yeoman and Thomas Willcocks of the same, yeoman
Of several closes in pa. Melton Mowbray called the Upper High Feilds being part of the High Feilds with appurtenances.
Rent: £210 p.a.

[no title]  10D72/42  12 May 1663

Contents:
Lease for a term of 41 years
1. Sir Henry Hudson of Melton Mowbray, baronet and Edward Hudson, esq, his son and heir apparent
2. Sir Francis Burdett of Formarke, co Derby, baronet and Roger Allester of Derby, gent
Of closes in "Eykettleby", pa. Melton Mowbray called Nether High Feild containing 148 acres and two closes part of the Upper High Feilde containing 88 acres, and other close part of Upper High Feildes containing 44 acres, and several closes of pasture or meadow, part of Upper High Feildes containing 128 acres, and 3½ yard lands in Melton Mowbray at a peppercorn rent.
Consideration: £2,800

[no title]  10D72/43  13 May 1663

Contents:
Lease for a term of 40 years and 11 months
1. Sir Francis Burdett of Formarke, co Derby, baronet and Roger Allestry of Derby, gent
2. Sir Henry Hudson of Melton Mowbray, baronet and Edward Hudson, esq, son and heir apparent of Sir Henry
Of closes in "Eyekettleby", pa. Melton Mowbray called the Netherhighfeild containing 148 acres, two closes part of the Upper High Feild containing 128 acres, 3½ yard lands and appurtenances.
Rent: £300 p.a. for the first 21 years

[no title]  10D72/44  26 May 1665


Related information: of property as in 10D72/42.

Contents:
Assignment of a lease for a term of 41 years
1. William Allestry of Derby, gent (executor of the will of Roger Allestry late of Derby, gent, deceased)
2. Sir Francis Burdett of Formarke, co Derby, baronet
Consideration: £1,300

[no title]  10D72/45  15 Aug 1677

Contents:
Assignment of a lease for the remainder of a term of 41 years
1. Sir Henry Hudson of Melton Mowbray, baronet and Edward Hudson esq, his son and heir apparent
2. Sir Francis Burdet of Foremarke, co Derby, baronet
3. Jeffery Howland of London, esq and John Howland, esq second son of Jeffery
Of close called Nether Highfeild containing 148 acres and two closes, part of the Upper High feilds containing 88 acres and close of meadow containing 44 acres and several closes of pasture being part of the Upper high feilds containing 128 acres and 3½ yard lands, all in Melton Mowbray.
Consideration: £3,050.5s.0d

[no title]  10D72/46  30 March 1680

Contents:
Lease for a term of 3 years
1. Sir Henry Hudson of Melton Mowbray, co Leics, baronet
2. Alexander Spell of Kirkby Lodge, pa. Kirby Bellars, co Leics, sheppard
Of close of pasture and appurtenances in Eye Kettleby, pa Melton Mowbray called the Middle highfeild, and close of pasture with appurtenances in Eye Kettleby which both contain together about 106 acres.
Rent: £70 p.a.

[no title]  10D72/47  27 May 1681


Related information: of land as in 10D72/42

Contents:
Assignment of a lease for the remainder of a term of 41 years
1. Sir Henry Hudson of Melton Mowbray, baronet and Edward Hudson esq, his son and heir apparent
2. John Howland of London, esq (son and executor of Jeffery Howland late of London esq, deceased)
Consideration: £1,906

[no title]  10D72/48  n.d. [?post 1692]

Contents:
Attested copy assignment (18 April 1692)
1. John Brome the elder of Barton under Needwood, co Staffs, gent (executor of the will of William Skeffington late of Skeffington, esq, deceased)
2. John Brome the younger, son and heir of no. 1
Of estate and interest in the residue of a term of years upon property in Midle highfeilds and Upper highfeilds, pa. Melton Mowbray, as devised to no. 1 and another person by the will of William Skeffington
Consideration: a yearly sum of money and other considerations

[no title]  10D72/49  1 April 1699

Contents:
Assignment of lease for the remainder of a term of 41 years
1. John Brome of Wolverhampton, co Staffs, gent Thomas Brome of Coleshill, co Warwick, gent and Skeffington Brome of Over Whittacre, co Warwick, gent
2. Benjamin Hudson of Melton Mowbray, esq
3. William Julian of Market Orton, co Rutland, esq
Of closes of pasture and meadow with appurtenances called the Upper and Middle High Feilds in Eye Kettlebey, pa. Melton Mowbray together with deeds relating to the same.
Consideration: £1,100

[no title]  10D72/50  18 April 1699

Document defective: three small holes. It is also in some places affected by dark brown stains.


Related information: of property as in 10D72/49

Contents:
Mortgage (by assignment of lease for the residue of a term of 41 years)
1. William Julian of Market Orton alias Overton, co Rutland esq
2. Benjamin Hudson of Melton Mowbray, esq
3. William Ashby of Thorpe Satchville, esq
To secure the sum of £206

[no title]  10D72/51  28 Nov 1723

Contents:
Marriage settlement (Release)
1. Shukbrugh Ashby, senior of Melton Mowbray, gent and Mary his wife and Shukbrugh Ashby, junior, son and heir apparent of S.A. senior
2. Euseby Ashby of Blaby, esq and Ambrose Saunders of Sibbertoft, co Northampton, esq
3. Mary Cradocke, junior of Cossington, spinster, dau and heir of Nathaniel Cradocke, late of Cossington, gent, deceased
In consideration of a marriage intended to be solemnized between S.A. junior and M.C. and of the sum of £1,500 and touching several closes of pasture and meadow in Hambleton, pa. Barkby containing 212 acres, and several closes in Eye Kettleby, pa. Melton Mowbray containing 215 acres, and other land in Eye Kettleby.

[no title]  10D72/52  28 June 1763

Contents:
Attested copy deed of revokation and limitation (4 Nov 1761)
1. Shukbrugh Ashby of Great Ormond Street, pa St George the Martyr, co Middx, esq (son and heir of Shukbrugh Ashby late of Blaby, esq, deceased) and Rev Thomas Walker of Windsor, co Berks, clerk
2. Thomas Pares the younger of the borough of Leicester, gent and Joseph Bunney of the Newark near the borough of Leicester, gent
Re property and land in Knawslington [Cossington] and Eye Kettleby to uses pending the sale of the same.

[no title]  10D72/53&54  2 Aug 1763

Contents:
Attested Copy Lease and Release and deed to lead the uses of a common recovery (26 & 27 May 1760)
1. Shukbrugh Ashby of Great Ormond St, pa. St George the Martyr, co Middx, esq (eldest son and heir of Shuckbrugh Ashby the younger deceased)
2. Robert Baxter of Furnivals Inn, Holborn, London, gent
3. Thomas Pares the younger of Bishop's Fee near the borough of Leicester, gent
Of various lands and premises in Hambleton, pa. Barkby and Eye Kettleby, pa. Melton Mowbray, pa. Cossington with appurtenances
Consideration: 10s

[no title]  10D72/55  2 Aug 1763

Contents:
Attested copy exemplification of a common recovery (in 3 weeks after 27 July 1760)
Demandant: Thomas Pares the younger, gent
Tenant: Robert Baxter, gent
Vouchee: Shukburgh Ashby esq
Touching 1 messuage, 1 garden, 1 toft, 200a meadow, 400a pasture with appurtenances in Hambleton, Eye Kettleby and Cossington.

[no title]  10D72/56  11 Aug 1763

Contents:
Attested copy lease of possession (10 June 1700)
1. Richard Webb of the Inner Temple, London, esq and William Farrer the younger of the Inner Temple, esq
2. Shukburgh Ashby of Rotherby, co Leic, gent
Of various land and property in pa. Melton Mowbray and Hambleton, pa. Barkby.
Consideration: 5s

[no title]  10D72/57  11 Aug 1763

Contents:
Attested copy bargain and sale and deed to declare the uses of a common recovery (11 June 1700)
1. Benjamin Hudson of Melton Mowbray, esq (brother and heir of Edward Hudson, late of Melton Mowbray, esq, deceased)
2. Shuckbrugh Ashby of Rotherby, co Leic, gent and Euseby Ashby of Rotherby, gent
3. George Ashby of Quenby, co Leic, esq and
John Twells of Wisbich, Isle of Ely, co Cambridge, esq
Of land and property in Eye Kettleby, pa Melton Mowbray and Hambleton, pa. Barkby
Consideration: £5,545.9.11 and 5s

[no title]  10D72/58  11 Aug 1763

Contents:
Attested copy Assignment of Encumbrances (11 June 1700)
1. Benjamin Hudson of Melton Mowbray, esq, brother and heir of Edward Hudson late of Melton Mowbray esq deceased)
2. Shukbrugh Ashby of Rotherby, co Leic, gent and Euseby Ashby of Rotherby, gent
Of property conveyed in a deed of even date, so that the same may be more absolutely secured.

[no title]  10D72/59  22 Aug 1763

Contents:
Attested Copy Release (11 June 1700)
1. Richard Webb of the Inner Temple, London, esq and William Farrer the younger of the Inner Temple, esq
2. Benjamin Hudson of Melton Mowbray, esq (brother and heir of Edward Hudson late of Melton Mowbray, gent, deceased)
3. The Right Hon Sir Nathan Wright, knight, Lord Keeper of the Great Seal of England
4. Shuckbrurgh Ashby of Rotherby, co Leic, gent and Euseby Ashby of Rotherby, gent
Of messuage in Sage Crosse Street, Melton Mowbray and other messuages, cottages, closes, lands and appurtenances in Eye Kettleby, pa. Melton Mowbray and Hambleton, pa. Barkby to uses.
Consideration: £5,545.9.11 and 5s

[no title]  10D72/60  19 Oct 1763

Contents:
Attested copy Quitclaim (1 Aug 1711)
1. Euseby Ashby of Blaby, gent
2. Shukbrugh Ashby
Of lands and property in Eye Kettleby and Hambleton as detailed in a deed of 11 June 1700
Consideration: 5s

[no title]  10D72/61  22 Oct 1763


Related information: 10D72/62-64 were found within 10D72/61

Contents:
Release
1. Thomas Pares of the borough of Leicester, gent and Joseph Bunney of the Newarke near the borough of Leicester, gent
2. Joseph Cradock of the borough of Leicester, esq
Of two closes in Eye Kettleby being part of Middle High Field called Smiths Closes with appurtenances.
Consideration: £870
Attached:
Declaration of Joseph Cradock that the sum of £870 to be paid to him was the money of his brother Joseph Bunney and that the estate is only conveyed to him in trust.

[no title]  10D72/62  4 April 1777

Contents:
Lease of possession
1. Joseph Cradock of the borough of Leicester, esq
2. Joseph Bunney of the Newark near the borough of Leicester, esq
Of 2 closes in Eye Kettleby being part of a close called Middle HighField and called Smiths Closes, with appurtenances
Consideration: 5s

[no title]  10D72/63  21 Oct 1763


Related information: of land as in 10D72/62

Contents:
Lease of possession
1. Thomas Pares of the borough of Leicester, gent and Joseph Bunney of the Newarke near the borough of Leicester, gent
2. Joseph Cradock of the borough of Leicester esq
Consideration: 5s

[no title]  10D72/64  5 April 1777


Related information: of land as in 10D72/63

Contents:
Release
1. Joseph Cradock of the borough of Leicester, esq
2. Joseph Bunney of the Newark near the borough of Leicester, esq
Consideration: 10s

[no title]  10D72/65/1  31 Dec 1763

Contents:
Memorandum of agreement
1. Joseph Bunney of the Newark near the borough of Leicester, gent
2. Thos. Blower of Great Dalby, farmer
For lease of land in Eye Kettleby and erection of farm-House and other buildings on same.

[no title or date]  10D72/65/2-5

Contents:
Plans [of 10D72/65/1 proposed buildings]

[no title]  10D72/66/1-10  Jan - Dec 1764

Contents:
Bundle of receipts for poor levy, land tax, church levy, highway levy and constable's levy for land in Eye Kettleby together with a receipt from Richard Smith to Mr. Bunney in repayment of the sums involved in the above.

[no title]  10D72/67  28 Oct 1764

Contents:
Receipted account of Mr. Bunney with Thomas Pares

[no title]  10D72/68  31 May 1765

Contents:
Lease for a term of 21 years
1. Joseph Bunney of the Newark near the borough of Leicester, esq
2. Thomas Blower of Great Dalby, grazier
Of several closes in Eye Kettleby containing 253 acres together with appurtenances.
Rent: £175 p.a. and £5 p.a. for every acre or part of an acre of specified closes which are converted to tillage.

[no title]  10D72/69  Sept 1785

Contents:
Valuation by T. Paget of an estate of C. Hartop esq at Eye Kettleby.

[no title]  10D72/70  c.1785

Contents:
Note re tenancy of Eye Kettleby land by various individuals, stating also acerage and rent.

[no title]  10D72/71  c.1785

Contents:
Rough plan of Eye Kettleby land [with name of tenant, acerage and state of cultivation given for each plot] marked on the reverse "Plans & Papers relating to Eye Kettle".

[no title]  10D72/72  c.1785

Document defective: torn along folds - in fragile condition

Contents:
Observations [on the estate at Eye Kettleby]

[no title]  10D72/73  n.d. [c.1800]

Contents:
Piece of brown paper [originally wrapped around the bundle] marked "Plans of Kettleby and Blowers agreement and Lease, ends 5 April 1786 and Pagets Valuation Sep. 1785".

Title deeds relating to the manors of Aston Flamville and Sharnford  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  10D72/74  within 8 days of 13 Jan [1486]

writing faded
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Westminster
Final concord
Plaintiffs: William Oudeby parson in charge at the church of Broughton, and William Palmere
Deforceants: William Weyland and Hawis his wife, Richard Turvyll and Katherine his wife
When the deforceants acknowledged the manor of Aston Flamvyll with appurtenances to be the property of the plaintiffs
Consideration: 100 marcs

[no title]  10D72/75/1-2  within 8 days of 10 Nov 1526

2 copies
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Final concord
Plaintiffs: William Venables, esq, William Assheby, esq Peter Warberton, esq, Richard Aston, esq, Thomas Aston, esq, John Caryngton, esq and John (?)Jevons
Deforceant: William Turvyle, knight
When the deforceant acknowledged the manor of Aston Flamvyle and Walton on the Wolds with appurtenances and 26 messuages, 1 watermill, 1,000 acres of land, 60 acres of meadow, 300 acres of pasture, 5 shillings worth of rent, 2 pounds of peppercorns, 30 cockerels, 4 capon, 31 hen houses and appurtenances in Aston Flamvyle, Sherveford, Thurlaston, Walton on the Wold and Burton on the Wold to be the property of the plaintiffs
Consideration: 800 marks

[no title]  10D72/76  24 Sept 1534

Contents:
Marriage Settlement
1. Sir William Turvile, knight and Dame Jane, his wife
2. John Hynde, one of the king's serjeants at law
In consideration of a marriage intended to be solemnized between George Turvile, esq, son of no. 1 and Margaret Hynde, sister to no. 2 and touching land and t'ments in Normanton Turvile which are of the yearly value of £20, and the manor of Stocke, co Leicester and 2 closes in Normanton, land and tenaments in Breedon and Tonge, a messuage in Stapleton, messuage in Walton, messuage in Lyttle Pecke, co Notts.

[no title]  10D72/77  28 Feb 1549
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim
1. Henry Grey, knight
2. William Turvyle
Of a close with appurtenances called Lyres Closse in Aston Flamvyle, co Leic and one virgate of land with appurtenances in Aston Flamvyle

[no title]  10D72/78  31 May 1598

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a fine (marriage settlement)
1. Henrye Turvyle of Aston Flamville esq
2. John Marten of Sutton Cheney, gent
(In consideration of a marriage already solemnized between George Turvyle, son of no. 1 and Anne Marten, dau of no. 2) to be levied on the manor of Aston Flamville and Normanton Turvile, a messuage called Charley with appurtenances, closes called Ouldfield and all land whatsoever owned by no. 1 in pas Aston Flamville, Normanton Turvile, Charley, Ratbye, Newtowne markfield and Ouldfield within the forest of Charewoode.
Consideration: £1,500 and natural love and affection

[no title]  10D72/79  1 May 1601

Contents:
Deed of exchange
1. Henry Turvile of Aston Flamvile, co Leicester, esq and George Turvile of the same, his son and heir apparent
2. Thomas Garle of Aston [Flamvile], husbandman
Of piece of ground with appurtenances on the north side of the town of Aston (boundaries given) containing 37a 14½p which are exchanged for numerous small pieces of land (details given) in Aston

[no title]  10D72/80  15 Jan 1605

Document defective: small hole in centre

Contents:
Deed for the performance of covenants
1. Mary Walker of Daventry, co Northampton, widow
2. Henry Turvile of Aston Flamvile, esq
Contained in a pair of indentures of bargain and sale dated 18 November 1604

[no title]  10D72/81  within 15 days of 10 Nov 1619
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Westminster
Final concord
Plaintiffs: Edward Mynors, esq and Henry Pate, esq
Deforceants: George Turvile, esq
When the deforceants acknowledged the manor of Aston Flamville with appurtenances and 3 messuages, 6 cottages 2 tofts, 3 granaries, 1 windmill, 1 dovecote, 3 gardens, 200 acres of land, 80 acres of meadow, 100 acres of pasture, 100 acres of heath and 10 shillings of rent with appurtenances in Aston Flamville to be the property of the plaintiffs
Consideration: £320

[no title]  10D72/82/1-2  within 5 weeks of Easter 1622 (21 April)
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Westminster
Final concord
Plaintiffs: William Hartopp, knight, Basill Feildinge, esq and Charles Byerley, esq
Deforceants: Henry Turvile, esq and Grace his wife, and William Turvile, gent, their son
When the Deforceants acknowledged the manor of Aston Flamville with appurtenances, 3 messuages, 8 cottages, 3 tofts, 3 granaries, 1 dove-cote, 3 gardens, 400 acres of land, 360 acres of meadow, 400 acres of pasture, 40 acres of wood, 300 acres of heath, 40 shillings worth of rent and common of pasture with appurtenances in Aston Flamville to be the property of the Plaintiffs.
Consideration: £1,000

[no title]  10D72/83  14 Dec 1622

Contents:
Bargain and sale with feoffment (Deed of entailment)
1. George Turvile the elder of Aston Flamville, esq and Ann Turvile, his wife
2. Bazill Feildinge of Paddox Newnham, co Warwick, esq and Henry Gacheverill of Ratcliffe upon Soare, co Notts, esq
Of the manor of Aston Flamville with appurtenances and capital messuage with appurtenances in Aston Flamville and a number of closes (names given) and cottages in Aston Flamville.
Consideration: the intention to establish the above in the lineage of no 1 and to provide for Anne Turvile should she outlive her husband, George.

[no title]  10D72/84  16 Nov 1624

Document defective: several small holes

Contents:
Deed of covenant
1. Francis Kurige, citizen and merchant tailor of London
2. George Turvyle of Aston Flamvile, esq
Relating to conditions of a recognizance in statute staple for the payment of debts, dated 13 December 1621.

[no title]  10D72/85  23 Nov 1627

Contents:
Lease for the term of 1 year
1. Richard Berrye of Berynarber, co Devon, esq
2. Henrye Turvile of Aston Flamvile, esq, son and heir apparent of George Turvile, esq
Of messuage or t'ment with appurtenances in Aston Flamvile and closes with appurtenances called the Homestead, Cow Pasture, Over close, Hobbs Ayre
Rent: 12 pence p.a.

[no title]  10D72/86  31 May 1628

Contents:
Marriage settlement (Deed to lead the uses of a fine)
1. George Turvile the elder of Aston Flamville, esq and Anne Turvile, his wife
2. Henry Turvile of Aston Flamvile, esq, son and heir apparent of GeorgeTurvile
3. Thomas Ravenscrofte and Henry Brett of London, esq
In consideration of a marriage intended to be solemnized between no 2 and Elizabeth Ravenscrofte, dau of Thomas Ravenscrofte touching the sum of £1,200 and the manor of Aston Flamvile and manor house with appurtenances and numerous pieces of land and cottages all in Aston Flamvile.

[no title]  10D72/87/1-2  within 8 days of 8 June 1628

2 copies
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Westminster
Final concord
Plaintiffs: Thomas Ravenscrofte, esq and Henry Brett, esq
Deforceants: George Turvile, esq and Anne his wife and Henry Turvile esq, his son and heir apparent
When the deforceants acknowledged the manor of Aston Flamville with appurtenances and 3 messuages, 8 cottages, 3 tofts, 3 granaries, 1 windmill, 1 dovecote, 3 gardens, 400 acres of land, 160 acres of pasture, 400 acres of pasture, 40 acres of wood, 300 acres of heath, 40 shillings of rent and common of pasture with appurtenances in Aston Flamville to be the property of the plaintiffs
Consideration: £400

Note: Note on one copy:
"It is best to handout the mannor, to save that charge & the mylne is downe & gon".


[no title]  10D72/88  Trinity 1628

Contents:
Westminster
Exemplification of a common recovery
Demandant: Roger Bradshawe, esq and Godfrey Copley, esq
Tenant: Thomas Ravenscrofte, esq and Henry Brett, esq
Vouchee: George Turvile, esq and Henry Turvile, esq
Touching the manor of Aston Flamvile with appurtenances and 11 messuages, 3 tofts, 1 mill, 1 dove-cote, 3 gardens, 400 acres of land, 160 acres of meadow, 400 acres of pasture, 40 acres of wood, 300 acres of heath, 40 shillings worth of rent and common of pasture with appurtenances in Aston Flamville.

[no title]  10D72/89  9 Feb 1629

Contents:
Marriage settlement (Bargain and sale with feoffment also Deed to lead the uses of a Common Recovery)
1. Henry Turvile, esq (son and heir apparent of George Turvile the elder of Aston Flamvile, esq)
2. Nicholas Borlace of Treloddrowe, co Cornwall, esq and Henry Brett of the city of Westminster, esq
In consideration of the marriage solemnized between Henrye Turvile and Grace (now his wife) touching the messuage or t'ment in Aston Flamville called Crosses Fearme with appurtenances, cottage and several closes in Aston Flamvile.

[no title]  10D72/90  1 May 1632

Contents:
Mortage
1. Joseph Kinsman of London, gent
2. Henry Turvile of Aston, co Leic, gent
Of copyhold messuage or t'ment called the Poole house part of the manor of Shulton, co Leicester, with appurtenances.

[no title]  10D72/91  10 May 1633

Contents:
Deed of covenant
1. Henry Nevile of High Holborne, co Middx, gent
2. Henry Turvyle of Poole house, co Leicester, esq
Relating to conditions of a recognizance in statute staple dated 10 May 1633

[no title]  10D72/92  29 April 1662

Contents:
Marriage settlement (Deed to lead the uses of a fine)
1. Henry Turvile of Aston Flamvile, esq and Grace his wife
2. William Turvile of Aston Flamvile, esq, son and heir apparent of Henry Turvile (of party no 1), and Katherine Englefeild
3. Sir William Hartopp of Rotherby, knight, Basill Feildinge of Barnacle, co Warwick, esq and Charles Biarley of Belgrave, co Leic, esq
In consideration of a marriage intended to be solemnized between W. T. and K. E. and £500 touching lands and t'ments in pa. Ashby Magna

[no title]  10D72/93  18 Oct 1688

Contents:
Lease of possession
1. William Turville of Aston Flamville, esq
2. Andrew Hull of Frolesworth, gent and Thomas Walter of Husbands Bosworth, gent
Of manor of Aston Flamville and a large number of closes and messuages in Aston Flamville (details given) with appurtenances
Consideration: 10s

[no title]  10D72/94  20 Oct 1688

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a common recovery
1. William Turville of Aston Flamvile, esq
2. Andrew Hull of Frolesworth, gent and Thomas Walker of Husbands Bosworth, gent
3. George Hewett of Greate Stretton, esq
To be suffered on the manor of Aston Flamville and a large number of closes and messuages in Aston Flamville (details given)

[no title]  10D72/95  28 Nov 1688
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Westminster
Exemplification of a common recovery
Demandant: George Hewett, esq
Tenant: Andrew Hull
Vouchee: William Turville, esq
Of the manor of Aston Flamville with appurtenances, 3 messuages, 6 gardens, 50 acres of land, 60 acres of pasture, 350 acres of pasture, 10 acres of wood, and 50 acres of heath with appurtenances in Aston Flamville.

[no title]  10D72/96  5 March 1689

Contents:
Marriage settlement
1. William Turvile of Aston Flamville, esq and Frances his wife
2. Frances Fortescue of Husbands Bosworth, widow mother of Frances Turvile and Charles Fortescue of Husbands Bosworth, esq brother of Frances Turvile
In consideration of a marriage already solemnized between the members of party no. 1 touching £1,500 and a large number of closes and t'ments in Aston Flamville

[no title]  10D72/97  5 March 1689


Related information: as 10D72/96

Contents:
Counterpart marriage settlement
no signatures

[no title]  10D72/98  6 June 1689

Contents:
Mortgage (by demise for a term of 1,000 years)
1. William Turvile of Aston Flamvile, esq
2. Mary Boone of Leeplace, co Kent, widow
Of manor of Aston Flamvile, manor house and a large number of closes and t'ments in Aston Flamvile to secure the sum of £1,060.

[no title]  10D72/99  6 June 1689

Document defective: two holes [nibbled by mice]

Contents:
Bond
1. William Turville of Aston Flamvile, esq
2. Mary Boone of Lee place, co Kent, widow
In the sum of £2,000 for the performance of covenants as set out in indentures of even date

[no title]  10D72/100  1 April 1690

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a fine
1. William Turville of Aston Flamville esq
2. Andrew Hull of Frolesworth, gent and Robert Loggin of Frolesworth, gent
3. Robert Heygate of Frolesworth
To be levied upon manor house in Aston Flamville with homestead belonging to the same, 2 yards called Cooke Yard and Websters yard, closes of pasture and meadow closes called the Upper parke and Neather Parke, Days Close or Dovehouse close, Horse close, Aston feild, Dawkins hill, and the upper furzees all in Aston Flamville, together with appurtenances.

[no title]  10D72/101  1 April 1690

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a [final concord]
1. William Turville of Aston Flamvile, esq
2. Andrew Hull of Frolesworth, gent and Robert Loggin of Frolesworth, gent
3. Robert Heygate of Frolesworth, gent
To be levied on manor house of Aston Flamvile with appurtenances and a number of messuages, t'ments and closes in Aston Flamville, with appurtenances.

[no title]  10D72/102  4 April 1690

Contents:
Lease of possession
1. William Turville of Aston Flamville, esq
2. Andrew Hull of Frolesworth, gent and Robert Loggin of Frolesworth, gent
Of capital messuage or manor house of Aston Flamville and a messuage in Aston Flamville with homestead, 2 yards called Cooks Yard and Webster's yard belonging to same, 2 closes called the Pasture Close and the meadow adjoining and several cottages with appurtenances, two closes called the Upper Parke and the Nether Parke, close and dovehouse called Days Close or Dovehouse close, close called Horse close, close called Aston field, close called Dawkins Hill and close called the Upperfurzees all in Aston Flamville
Consideration: 5s

[no title]  10D72/103  Easter Term 1690

Contents:
Westminster
Exemplification of a common recovery
Plaintiff: Robert Heygate, gent
Tenant: Andrew Hull, gent and Robert Logg, gent
Vouchee: WilliamTurville, esq
Touching 7 messuages, 1 dove-cote, 7 gardens, 50 acres of land, 40 acres of meadow, 130 acres of pasture, 60 acres of wood, 100 acres heath with appurtenances in Aston Flamville.

[no title]  10D72/104  30 May 1693

Contents:
Mortgage (by demise for a term of 1,000 years)
1. Mary Boone of Lee place, co Kent, widdow
2. William Turville of Aston Flamville, esq
3. Right Hon Phillipp Earle of Chesterfield
Of manor of Aston Flamville with appurtenances and manor house and a large number of closes and cottages (details given) in Aston Flamville to secure the sum of £1,000 and interest.

[no title]  10D72/105  30 May 1693

Contents:
Bond
1. William Turville of Aston Flamville, esq
2. Phillip Count Chesterfield
In the sum of £2,000 for the payment of £1,050 and for the performance of covenants as stipulated in indentures of even date.

[no title]  10D72/106  25 Feb 1698

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage
1. Right Hon Phillipp Earle of Chesterfield
2. William Turvile of Aston Flamville esq
3. Charles Jennens of Gopsall, co Leicester, esq
Of property as in 10D72/104 for the remainder of a term of 1,000 years to secure the sum of £1,000 and interest
Consideration: £1,000

[no title]  10D72/107  25 Feb 1698

Contents:
Bond
1. William Turville of Aston Flamville, co Leicester, esq
2. Charles Jennens of "Gopshall", esq
In the sum of £2,000 for the performance of covenants contained in indentures of even date.

[no title]  10D72/108  2 May 1699

Contents:
Deed of further charge
1. William Turville of Aston Flamvile, esq
2. Charles Jennens of Gopshall, esq
Upon the manor of Aston Flamville with its manor house, and several other messuages and pieces of land (further to a deed of mortgage of 25 Feb 1699) to secure the additional sum of £200.

[no title]  10D72/109  n.d. [early 18th

Contents:
Copy letter: William Taylor to ? concerning a terrier which he has searched for in the first fruits office, and concerning the rectory of Aston [Flamville].

[no title]  10D72/110  25 Feb 1701

Contents:
Further charge
1. William Turvile of Aston Flamville, esq
2. Charles Jennens of Gopsall, esq
On the manor of Aston Flamville and other messuaged detailed in indentures dated 28 Feb 1698 to secure the further sum of £178 and interest.

[no title]  10D72/111  post 1702

Contents:
Copy will (24 February 1702) of William Turville of Aston Flamvile esq. He makes his wife, Frances, guardian of all his children till they reach the age of 21, and makes provision in case she should die before then. He also appoints his wife as his sole executrix and devises to her all his goods, chattels and personal estate, and all the land he possesses in fee simple, out of which she is to pay all his debts other than that to Charles Jennings esq. She is to sell or mortgage the land to raise £1500 to be dispersed among his younger children as she sees fit.
Codicil: directing that his wife, out of the lands settled on his eldest son, should pay the debt due to Charles Jennings.

[no title]  10D72/112  10 Oct 1712

Contents:
Memorandum of Charles Tourville, gent, one of the younger sons of William Tourville of Aston Flamville, deceased, esq. that he has received the sum of £166.13.3 in discharge of the sum due to him under the marriage settlement of William Tourville.

[no title]  10D72/113  n.d. [post 1715]

Contents:
Copy Release (14 July 1715)
1. Lydia Garle of Wellingborow, co Northants, widow and Christopher and Thomas Garle, widow and sons of Thomas Garle of Barnwell, co Northampton, deceased
2. William Niccolle of Sapcoate, miller and John Goodacre of Sapcoate, yeoman
Of toft with homestead belonging to same in Aston Flamville, closes called the Upper Feild, Hops Eyre in Aston Flamville with appurtenances
Consideration: £296.6.6

[no title]  10D72/114  28 July 1716

Contents:
Quitclaim
1. Edward Turville, one of the younger sons of William Turville of Aston Flamville, esq, deceased
2. Francis Turville, (eldest son and heir of William Turville, esq and Francis Turville his widow)
Of the sum of £190.13.3 due to no 1 under the will of his father

[no title]  10D72/115  15 March 1716/1717

Document defective: two small portions torn away on one edge

Contents:
Letter: Sam Bracebridge, Lindley to Charles Jennens esq Gopsall, concerning Mr. Turville's marriage settlement and its effect on C.J.'s title [to property]

[no title]  10D72/116  Oct 1716

Contents:
Quitclaim
1. Charles Tourville, doctor of "physick", one of the younger sons of william Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq. deceased
2. Francis Tourville (brother of no 1) and Frances Tourville (mother of no 1)
Of payment of the sum of £166.13.3 being the sum due to no. 1 under his father's will

[no title]  10D72/117  15 Aug 1718

Contents:
Memorandum of Mary Turvile, dau of William Turvile late of Aston Flamville esq. deceased that she has received the sum of £275 being due to her under the marriage settlement and will of William Turvile

[no title]  10D72/118  12 Jan 1720

Contents:
Quitclaim
1. Charles Turville
2. Frances Tourville of Aston [Flamville], his mother
Of payment of the sum of £38.10.0 being no. 1's share of the distribution of the personal estate of his brother James Tourville.

[no title]  10D72/119  20 April 1720

Contents:
Bargain and sale (Deed to lead the uses of a fine)
1. Francis Turville of Aston Flamville, esq
2. Frances Turville, widow, mother of no. 1
3. Charles Hulton of Grays Inne, co Middx esq and Henry Smith of Grays Inne, gent
4. Thomas Osborne of pa St Andrew Holborne, co Middx gent and John Curson of pa St Dunston in the west, gent
Of manor of Aston Flamville and numerous pieces of land and property in Aston Flamville
Consideration: £1
On the reverse
Note of enrolment

[no title]  10D72/120  6 July 1720

most of seal missing
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Exemplification of a common recovery
Demandants: Thomas Osborne, gent and John Curson, gent
Tenants: Charles Hulton, esq and Henry Smith gent
Vouchee: Francis Turville, esq
Touching the manor of Aston Flamville with appurtenances and 10 messuages, 1 dovecote, 2 gardens, 121 acres of land, 124 acres of meadow, 720 acres of pasture, and 56 acres of wood with appurtenances in Aston Flamville

[no title]  10D72/121  25 Aug 1720


Related information: on property and land as detailed in 10D72/124/1-2

Contents:
Deed of further charge
1. Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq and Francis Tourville, widow (his mother)
2. Charles Jennens of Gopsall esq
To secure the additional sum of £600 and interest

[no title]  10D72/122  10 Nov 1720

Document defective: small hole torn on one edge by opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: Sam Bracebridge to Charles Jennens esq at Gopsall concerning C.J.'s title to some property and factors affecting same. Mr Tourville and his mother are mentioned

[no title]  10D72/123  3 Dec 1720

Contents:
Quitclaim
1. Charles Tourville of Newcastle upon Tyne, doctor of "Phisick"
2. Francis Tourville of Aston [Flamville] his brother of payment of the sum of £39.15.6 being part of the personal estate of James Tourville.

[no title]  10D72/124/1  22 Dec 1720

Contents:
Lease of possession
1. Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq and Frances Tourville, widow (his mother)
2. Charles Jennens of Gopsall, esq
Of the manor of Aston Flamville and manor house and a number of pieces of land and property in pa Aston Flamville
Consideration: 5s

[no title]  10D72/124/2  23 Dec 1720


Related information: of property as in 10D72/124/1

Contents:
Mortgage (release)
1. Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq and Frances Tourville, widow (his mother)
2. Charles Jennens of Gopsall, esq
To secure the sum of £2,250 and interest

[no title]  10D72/125  22 Dec 1720

Contents:
Assignment of the remainder of a term of 1,000 years
1. Charles Jennens of Gopsal, esq
2. Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq, son and heir of William Tourville late of Aston Flamville, deceased, and Frances Tourville, widow and execturix of the said William
3. John Muxloe of Congeston, clerk
Of the manor of Aston Flamville and messuages, closes and t'ments with appurtenances for the better securing of a sum of £2,250.

[no title]  10D72/126  23 Dec 1720

Contents:
Bond
1. Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq and Frances Tourville, widow
2. Charles Jennens of Gopsal, co Leicester, esq
In the sum of £4,500 for the performance of covenants contained in indentures of even date.

[no title]  10D72/127  20 Jan 1721

Contents:
Quitclaim
1. Thomas Tourville of Corby, co Lincoln, apothecary
2. Francis Tourville of Aston, esq (brother of no 1)
Of payment of the sum of £39.15.6 and another sum of £30 and also a share of the personal estate of their late brother James Tourville.

[no title]  10D72/128  10 Nov 1723

Contents:
Memorandum of William Tourville, one of the younger sons of William Tourville late of Aston Flamville, esq, deceased that he has received the sum of £396 in discharge of the sum due to him under the marriage settlement and will of William Tourville.

[no title]  10D72/129  10 Nov 1723

Contents:
Memorandum of Henry Tourville, one of the younger sons of William Tourville late of Aston Flamville, deceased that he has received from his brother Francis Tourville esq £396 in discharge of the sum due to him under the marriage settlement and will of William Tourville.

[no title]  10D72/130  11 Nov 1723

Contents:
Deed of further charge
1. Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq and Frances Tourville, widow (his mother)
2. Charles Jennens of Gopsall, esq
On property and land as detailed in 10D72/124/1-2 to secure the additional sum of £608.10.0 and interest

[no title]  10D72/131  11 Nov 1723

Contents:
Bond
1. Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq and Frances Tourville of the same, widow
2. Charles Jennens of Gopsal, esq
In the sum of £1,270 for the payment of £1608.10.0

[no title]  10D72/132  20 Dec 1723

Contents:
Assignment for the remainder of aterm of 1,000 years
1. Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq (son and heir of William Tourville late of Aston Flamville, deceased), Frances Turville (widow and executrix of W.T.)
2. Charles Jennens of Gopsall, esq
3. John Muxloe of Congeston, clerk
4. Samuel Bracebridge of Lindley, esq
Of the manor of Aston Flamville and messuages, closes and lands in Aston Flamville for the better securing of the sum of £3,400.

[no title]  10D72/133/1  21 Dec 1723

Contents:
Bargain and Sale (deed to lead the uses of a fine)
1. Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq, Elizabeth (his wife) Frances Tourville (his mother)
2. Charles Jennens of Gopsal, esq
Of the manor of Aston Flamville with appurtenances
Consideration: £3,400
On the reverse
Note of enrolment

[no title]  10D72/133/2-3  within 15 days of 13 Jan 1724

2 copies
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Westminster
Finale concord
Plaintiff: Charles Jennens, esq
Deforceants: Francis Tourville, esq and Elizabeth his wife
When the deforceants acknowledged the manor of Aston Flamville with appurtenances, and 8 messuages, 6 cottages, 1 dovecote, 150 acres of land, 100 acres of meadow and 500 acres of pasture with appurtenances in Aston Flamville to be the property of the plaintiff.
Consideration: £860

[no title]  10D72/134  10 April 1724

Contents:
Memorandum of Elizabeth Tourville, dau of William Tourville late of Aston Flamville, esq deceased that she has received the sum of £390 in full of her share of maney due under the marriage settlement and will of her father.

[no title]  10D72/135  21 April 1724

Contents:
Deed of defeazance
1. Charles Jennens of Gopsal, esq
2. Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq and Frances Tourville, widow (his mother)
Relating to a deed of bargain and sale dated 21 December 1723 of manor of Aston Flamville declaring that if no. 2 pay to no. 1 the sum of £3,566 in two parts on 22 June 1724 and on 22 Dec 1724 no. 1 will surrender all his claim to the property.

[no title]  10D72/136  21 April 1724

Contents:
Assignment of terms in trust
1. Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq (son and heir of William Tourville, esq, deceased), Frances Touville (widow and executrix of W.T.)
2. Charles Jennens of Gopsal, esq
3. Roger Smith of Frolesworth
4. Samuel Bracebridge of Lindley, esq
Of a large number of closes and lands in Aston Flamville (details given)
Consideration: £1,500.5.0

[no title]  10D72/137  21 April 1724

Document defective: torn at bottom

Contents:
Bond
1. Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq and Frances Tourville of Aston Flamville, widow
2. Charles Jennens of Gopsal, co Leic, esq
In the sum of £6,000 for the payment of £3,566 and for the performance of covenants

[no title]  10D72/138  25 Aug 1726

Contents:
Bond
1. Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq and Frances Tourville of Covent Garden, co Middx, widow
2. Charles Jennens of Gopsall, co Leic, esq
In £1,200 for the performance of covenants contained in indentures of even date.

[no title]  10D72/139  2 Sept 1724

Contents:
Lease of possession
1. William Niccolls of Sapcoate, miller and John Goodacre of Sapcoate, yeoman
2. Thomas Dawkins of Aston Flamville, grazier
Of toft and homestead in Aston Flamville (boundaries given) with appurtenances
Consideration: 5s

[no title]  10D72/140  3 Sept 1724

Contents:
Release
1. William Niccolls of Sapcoate, miller and John Goodacre of Sapcoate, yeoman
2. Thomas Dawkins of Aston Flamville, grasier
Of property as in 10D72/139
Consideration: £10.5.0

[no title]  10D72/141  3 Sept 1724

Document defective: back sheet fragile - damaged by insects

Contents:
Declaration of trust which is vested in Thomas Dawkins in a conveyance of even date, for Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville esq and his heirs

[no title]  10D72/142  26 March 1728

Contents:
Deed of covenant
1. Francis Tourvile of Aston Flamvile, esq
2. Charles Jennens of Gopshall esq
That the property in Aston Flamvile which no. 1 has mortgaged to no. 2 shall stand as security for a sum of £180 and interest (this sum being interest now overdue to no. 2 on the mortgage principal) as well as for the sum of £4,000.

[no title]  10D72/143  26 May 1728

Contents:
Bond
1. Francis Turvile of Aston Flamvile, co Leicester, esq
2. Charles Jennens of "Gopshall", co Leicester, esq
In the sum of £360 for the payment of £180

[no title]  10D72/144  25 Feb 172[8]

Contents:
Bond
1. William Turvile of AstonFlamvile, esq
2. Charles Jennens of "Gopshall", co Leic, esq
In the sum of £360 for the performance of covenants as set out in indentures of even date.

[no title]  10D72/145  26 March 1731

Contents:
Deed of covenant
1. Francis Tourvile of Aston Flamvill, esq
2. Charles Jennens of Gopsall, esq
That a sum of £578 due in arrears of interest on a mortgage of property in Aston Flamville shall be added to the principal sum, and interest payable on the same at the rate of 4½%.

[no title]  10D72/146  24 June 1731

Contents:
Lease for a term of 99 years
1. Frances Tourville of Aston Flamvile, widow of William Tourville, esq, deceased
2. Francis Tourville esq, son and heir of the said W.T.
Of messuage with appurtenances in Aston Flamville and closes called the Great Micke Hill and meadows adjoining The Little Mickle Hill and meadows belonging, a further messuage, closes called Stubble field, Butts Close Meadow, Mr George's Ground and The Neather Close, all in Aston Flamville
Consideration: £400 and a yearly rent of £4

[no title]  10D72/147  15 Oct 1731

Document defective: signature cut out

Contents:
Bond
1. Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq and John Doe
2. Henry Tourville of Covent Garden, co Middx, linen draper in the sum of £800 for the payment of £400

[no title]  10D72/148  27 April 1732

Contents:
Deed of further charge
1. Francis Tourville, of Aston Flamville, esq
2. Charles Jennens of Gopsall, esq
Of the manor of Aston Flamville (further to a mortgage dated 21 December 1723) to secure the additional sum of £214

[no title]  10D72/149  26 July 1732

Contents:
Deed of further charge
1. Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq
2. Charles Jennens of Gopsall, esq
Upon the manor of Aston Flamville (further to a mortgage dated 21 December 1723) to secure the additional sum of £200 and interest at 4½%

[no title]  10D72/150  22 April 1734

Document defective: small tear on one edge caused by opening of seal.

Contents:
Letter: John Foster, Hinckley to Charles Jennens, esq informing him of the directions he has given to his servant as Mr. Boothby's steward is not at Hinckley. He mentions a sum of money received from Mr. Tourville

[no title]  10D72/151  24 June 1734

Contents:
Assignment
1. Francis Tourvile of Aston Flamville, esq
2. Henry Tourvile of pa. St Paul, Covent Garden, co. Middx, linen draper
3. Henry Reyney of pa. St Paul, CoventGarden, apothecary
Of an indenture of lease and an indenture of assignment, and the messuages, closes, lands and t'ments thereby demised with their appurtenances for the remainder of a term of 99 years, for the better securing of a bond of even date.
Consideration: £400

[no title]  10D72/152  21 Aug 1739

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage
1. Henry Rayney of pa St Paul, Covent Garden, co. Middx, apothecary
2. Henry Tourville late of pa. St Paul, Covent Garden, linen draper, Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq
3. John Silvester of Gopsall, gent
4. Charles Jennens of Gopsall, esq
Of property and land as specified in a deed dated 24 June 1734
Consideration: £400.5.0
Appended:
Note "These Deeds upon the Decease of Mr. Frances Tourville became of no use".

[no title]  10D72/153  24 June 1734

Contents:
Bond
1. Henry Tourvile of pa. Saint Paul, Covent Garden, co. Middx, linen draper, esq
2. Henry Reyney of pa. Saint Paul, Covent Garden, apothecary
In the sum of £800 for the payment of £400.

[no title]  10D72/154  26 Dec 1734

Contents:
Lease for a term of 21 years
1. Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq
2. William Lovett of Sapcoate, yeoman
Of two parts of the Town Close, the Northfield Close and Herse Close, barn with rickstead in the east part of the Town Close with appurtenances in Aston Flamville.
Consideration: £55 and ayearly rent of £34 and £5 p.a. per acre of land converted to tillage in the first 16 years of the lease

[no title]  10D72/155  3 Nov 1735

Contents:
Deed to leade the uses of a fine
1. George Turvile of Aston Flamvyle, esq
2. Edward Mynors of Uttoxeter, co. Staffs, esq and Henry Pole of Radborne, co. Derby, esq
To be levied upon the manor of Aston Flamville

[no title]  10D72/156/1  7 March 1735

Contents:
Letter: John Foster, Hinckley to Charles Jennens esq, Gopsall, concerning the interest due from Mr. Turville and the execution of a deed

[no title or date]  10D72/156/2

Contents:
Note of calculations [re Mr. Tourville's interest]

[no title]  10D72/157  9 March 1735

Contents:
Deed of further charge
1. Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq
2. Charles Jennens of Gopsall, esq
Of the manor of Aston Flamville (further to a mortgage deed dated 26 July 1732 (sic) and further deeds) to secure the additional sum of £467.9.0 (being interest on the principal sum which is due to no. 2.) and interest

[no title]  10D72/158  18 Jan 1736

Contents:
Lease for a term of 12 years
1. Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq
2. Thomas Gamble the younger of Willoughby Waterless, gent
Of close with appurtenances in Aston Flamville containing 102 acres called Mill Hill and meadow ground called Mill Hill Meadow containing 17 acres
Rent: £81 p.a. and £5 p.a. per acre converted to tillage without prior written consent

[no title]  10D72/159  3 April 1736

Document defective: small tear on one edge due to opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: John Foster, Hinckley to Charles Jennens esq at Gopsal concerning the difficulty he has had in getting a rental from Mr. Tourville.

[no title]  10D72/160  27 May 1736

Contents:
Quitclaim
1. Frances Tourville, widow of William Tourville late of Aston Flamville, esq, deceased
2. Francis Tourville
From payment of two sums of £1,500

[no title]  10D72/161  11 Jan 1737

Document defective: hole torn on one edge by opening of seal also tear in one corner

Contents:
Letter: John Foster, Hinckley to Charles Jennens, esq
Concerning Mr. Tourville's attempt to pay him one year's interest. Mr. Boothby has given orders to pay his one year's interest and he will let him know that his orders do not seem to have been observed

[no title]  10D72/162  8 Feb 1737

Document defective: a number of small tears, hole torn on one edge by opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: John Foster, Hinckley to Charles Jennens esq
Enclosing interest due from Mr. Boothby. He discusses Mr. Tourville's apparent difficulty in keeping his promises

[no title]  10D72/163  20 Feb 1737

Document defective: hole torn to one side by opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: John Foster, Hinckley to Charles Jennens to inform him that his letter had so much influence on Mr. Tourville that he has promised that the year's interest will very soon be ready. He informs him of Lady Noel of Bosworth's approach to him to procure certain sums of money by way of mortgage, and asks if he is interested in the same.

[no title]  10D72/164  24 March 1737

Document defective: portion torn away at bottom of sheet

Contents:
Letter: John Foster, Hinckley to Charles [Jennens] conveying to him Mr. Tourville's request that he forbears his demand of interest for a little while longer as he has not at present the cash to pay it

[no title]  10D72/165  3 May 1738

Contents:
Letter: John Foster, Hinckley [to Charles Jennens] concerning Mr. Tourvill's arrears of interest and state of affairs

[no title]  10D72/166  4 May 1738

Contents:
Note of heads of a letter: [?Mr. Jennens] to Mr. Foster relating to Turvile and money lent to him

[no title]  10D72/167  2 June 1738

Contents:
Deed of further charge
1. Francis Tourville of Aston Flamvile, esq
2. Charles Jennens of Gopsal esq
Of the manor of Aston Flamville (further to a mortgage deed dated 26 July 1723 and further deeds) to secure the additional sum of £496.5.2 (being intereston the principal sum which is due to no. 2) and interest

[no title]  10D72/168  25 July 1739

Contents:
Release
1. William Tourvile and Henry Tourville (two of the nine younger children of William Tourville late of Aston Flamville esq, deceased)
2. Francis Tourville esq (son and heir of W.T., deceased)
Of the payment of the portions of a sum of £1,500 due to no. 1 under the terms of the will of William Tourville

[no title]  10D72/169/1  21 Aug 1739

Contents:
Deed of further charge
1. Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq and Frances Tourville, widow (his mother)
2. Charles Jennens of Gopsall
Of the manor of Aston Flamville (further to a mortgage deed dated 26 July 1723 and further deeds) to secure the additional sum of £450 (being interest on the principal sum due to no. 2) and interest

[no title]  10D72/169/2  21 Aug 1739

Contents:
Bond
1. Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville esq
2. Charles Jennens of Gopsall esq
In the sum of £900 for the payment of £450 and interest at 4½%

[no title]  10D72/170  27 Aug 1739

Document defective: 2 holes right hand side, portion torn away at bottom

Contents:
Letter: John Foster, Hinckley to Charles Jennens esq
Concerning Mr. Tourville's debts to C.J. and legal arrangements to secure payment of same

[no title]  10D72/171  5 Nov [1739]

Contents:
Letter: F. Tourville to Mr. Foster concerning payment of money to Mr. Jennens

[no title]  10D72/172  6 Nov 1739

Document defective: small hole in body of document

Contents:
Letter: John Foster, Hinckley to Charles Jennens, esq enclosing Mr. Tourville's letter 10D72/171 to which he requests a reply. He also explains the matter of Mr. Rainey's assignment and its effects upon Mr. Tourville who makes a proposal to C.J. There is smallpox in J.F.'s son's house

[no title]  10D72/173  18 Dec 1739

Document defective: one edge ragged

Contents:
Letter: F. Tourville, Aston to Mr. Jennens to let him know that his money will be available in 6 months, and he is attending to the interest

[no title]  10D72/174  19 Dec 1739

Document defective: four holes in body of back page of the document

Contents:
Letter: John Foster, Hinckley to Charles Jennens, esq Gopsal enclosing letters from Mr. Tourville. He is uneasy about Mr. T.'s conduct which he discusses

[no title]  10D72/175  5 Feb [1739]

Document defective: hole torn on one edge, by opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: F. Tourville to Mr. Foster explaining his financial difficulties because his tenants cannot sell their goods at market and therefore cannot pay him. He offers to make what payment he can

[no title]  10D72/176  15 Feb 1739

Document defective: insect-eaten along one fold, small hole at top caused by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: John Foster, Hinckley to Charles Jennes esq explaining how matters have proceeded with Mr. Tourville. He gives news of his health, which has not been good

[no title]  10D72/177  c.16 Feb 1739

Document defective: small hole at bottom caused by opening the seal, tear at top

Contents:
Letter: F. Tourville to Mr. Foster to say that he is willing to deal with Mr. Jennens for a continuation of the mortgage

[no title]  10D72/178  26 Feb 1739

Document defective: holes torn by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: John Foster, Hinckley to Francis Tourville. He did not believe that his letter required an answer, but promises to carry out any instructions he may give him with regard to Mr. Jennens. He requests that he write any instructions plainly
Appended:
Note by F. Tourville in reply to above saying that he wishes him to go to Mr. Jennens and say that he is willing to continue his mortgage and ask if he will advance more money

[no title]  10D72/179  1 Feb 1744

Document defective: hole torn at bottom of back sheet, by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: Charles Barwell to Charles Jennens, esq., Gopsall explaining the steps he has taken with reference to Mr. Tourville and the payment of money to him

[no title]  10D72/180  2 Feb 1744; n.d. [Feb 1744]

Document defective: hole torn in body of document by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: Charles Barwell to Charles Jennens, esq, Gopsall concerning the instructions which he has given to his agent Mr. Robert Atkinson of Grays Inne about some money due from Mr. Hanmer
Appended
[Draft] letter: [Charles Jennens] to his son concerning the above

[no title]  10D72/181  20 Feb 1744; n.d. [Feb 1744]; n.d. [Feb 1744]

Document defective: tear to one side and in body of document

Contents:
Letter: Charles Barwell to Charles Jennens esq, Gopsal referring to a disappointment re the proposed meeting with Mr. Silvester. he hears Mr. Tourville is not confined to bed and hopes the matter can be speedily concluded.
Appended:
[Copy] letter: C. Jennens to his sister re a sum of £60 which he has sent by his son
[Draft] letter: C. J[ennens] to [Charles Barwell in reply to above]

[no title]  10D72/182  21 Feb 1744

Contents:
Deed of further charge
1. Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq
2. Charles Jennens of Gopsal, esq
Of the manor of Aston Flamville (further to a mortgage deed dated 26 July 1723 and further deeds) to secure the addtional sum of £1,103 and discharge fromprevious defeazances, provisoes and equity of redemption with new provisoes for repayment of the principal sum

[no title]  10D72/183  21 Feb 1744

Contents:
Bond
1. Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville esq
2. Charles Jennens of Gopsal, esq
In the sum of £16,000 for the payment of £8,000

[no title]  10D72/184  c.19 Oct 1744; 13 Feb 1744; [1744]

Document defective: one small hole, two small tears

Contents:
Letter: [F.] Turville to Charles Jennens to say that £8,000 will discharge all his matters. He will see Mr. Barwell soon and he will draw up the desired security
Appended:
[Copy] letter: [c] Jennens to Mr. Barwell to say that he believes Mr. B.'s draft will be sufficient security for £8,000 and making arrangements re same
[Draft] letter: [C. Jennens] to his sister concerning financial matters
[Draft] letters: [c] Jennens to [Mr. Barwell] concerning Mr Turvile and a loan of £8,000

[no title]  10D72/185  6 Nov 1744

Contents:
Deed of further charge
1. Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq
2. Charles Jennens of Gopsal, esq
Of the manor of Aston Flamville (further to a mortgage deed dated 26 July 1723 and further deeds) to secure the additional sum of £437 (secured also by a bond of even date) and interest

[no title]  10D72/186  6 Nov 1744

Contents:
Bond
1. Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq
2. Charles Jennens of Gopsall, esq
In the sum of £874 for the payment of £437 and interest at 4% p.a.

[no title]  10D72/187  9 Nov 1744

Document defective: hole torn in centre, by opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: [Charles] Barwell to Charles Jennens esq, Gopsall concerning Mr Tourville's further security for £437 and receipt for same. Further elaboration on the deeds and sums of money involved in Mr Tourville's affairs
On the reverse:
[Draft] letter: [C] Jennens to Mr. Barwell in reply to above

[no title]  10D72/188  23 Nov 1744; 5 Dec 1744; 3 Dec 1744

Contents:
Letter: [Charles] concerning Mr Tourville's financial affairs. Mr T would be glad if C.J. purchased the estate
On the reverse:
Copy letter: C. Jennens to Mr Barwell about the raising of the sum of £8,000 and the persons to whom money is due [from Mr T]
Copy letter: C Jennens to Mr Turvile re the above matters

[no title]  10D72/189  3 Dec 1744

Document defective: hole torn in body of document by opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: Francis Tourville to Charles Jennens esq concerning his debts

[no title]  10D72/190  5 Dec 1744

Contents:
Letter: Francis Tourville to Charles Jennens esq re the payment of the money, which he hopes can be done in London
Also a note re the marriage of his nephew Will Tourville

[no title]  10D72/191  11 Dec 1744

Document defective: small tear

Contents:
Letter: Charles Barwell to Charles Jennens esq, Gopsall concerning the satisfaction which C.J. has received from Mr. Tourville. He proposes to pay the money in London, and discusses security for same
Appended:
Copy reply to above: C. Jennens [to C. Barwell] asking him to wait upon him to settle the matter

[no title]  10D72/192  n.d. [1744]

Contents:
Rough note re money to pay to Mr. Turvile and list of deeds and bonds (all involving Mr T as one party)

[no title]  10D72/193  15 Nov 1745

Document defective: worn along several creases, one portion of letter torn off, Several small holes

Contents:
Letter: Charles Barwell to Charles Jennens esq, Gopsall. He has some of Mr Tourville's rents in hand but is desired not to pay them to C.J. as Mr T has need of them to pay the expenses of his illness and at Bath. He hopes he will not have to wait too much longer

[no title]  10D72/194  n.d. [post 1745]

Contents:
Copy Memorandum of agreement (8 February 1745)
1. Charles Barwell, gent
2. Frances Tourville esq and William Barker
Concerning the lease of a house and farm for a term of 6 years, stipulating the conditions of the lease

[no title]  10D72/195  18 April 1746

Document defective: hole torn in body of document by opening of seal, two small tears

Contents:
Letter: Charles Barwell to Charles Jennens, esq Gopsall. He hopes soon to have the money topay him the interest due from Mr Tourville

[no title]  10D72/196  15 June 1746

Document defective: hole onone edge, and hole in body of document, caused by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: Charles Barwell to Charles Jennens esq. Gopsall. Mr. Tourville is desirous to sell his estate and C.B. states the terms which Mr. T. would find acceptable

[no title]  10D72/197  n.d. [June 1746]

Document defective: hole torn on edge, where seal has been opened, also tear on same edge

Contents:
Letter: C. Barwell to Mr. Silvester at Charles Jennens, esq Gopsall concerning the title to Mr. Tourville's estate and the necessity for another recovery to secure the same. He asks that he inform Mr Jennens and offers to call upon him

[no title]  10D72/198/1  28 Sept 1746

Contents:
Lease of possession
1. Charles Jennens of Gopsall, esq and Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq
2. Henry Fothergill of Grays Inne, co Middx, gent
Of numerous pieces of land and property (field names given) in pa Aston Flamville and rents and payments payable out of lands in the manor of Sharnford with appurtenances
Consideration: 5s

[no title]  10D72/198/2  29 Sept 1746


Related information: of property as in 10D72/198/1

Contents:
Release (deed to lead the uses of a fine)
1. Charles Jennens of Gopsall, esq and Francis Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq
2. Henry Fothergill of Grays Inne, co Middx, gent
3. John Silvester of Gopsall, gent
Consideration: 5

[no title]  10D72/199  22 Nov 1746

Contents:
Bargain and Sale
1. Frances Tourville of Aston Flamville, esq and Thomas Dawkins of Aston Flamville, yeoman
2. Richard Clarke of Nortoft, pa Guilsborow, co Northampton esq and William Hewett of Great Stretton, co Leic, esq
3. Shuckbrugh Ashby of Melton Mowbray, esq, Shuckbrugh Ashby the younger of Blaby, esq and Richard Hinde of Cole Ashby, co Northampton esq
Of numerous pieces of land and property in pas Aston Flamville and Sharnford (field names given) to uses
Consideration: £14,250.5.0

[no title]  10D72/200  n.d. [post 1746]

Contents:
List of deeds (1735) with brief summary of each, all relating to leases made by Mr Tourville to various individuals

[no title]  10D72/201  5 Sept 1748

Contents:
Lease of possession
1. Shukbrugh Ashby the younger of Blaby, esq and Richard Hinde of Colde Ashby, co Northampton esq
2. Shukbrugh Ashby of Melton Mowbray (father of S.A. the younger)
Of 2/4 parts of the manor and manor house of Aston Flamville and of numerous pieces of land and property in pa Aston Flamville (field names given)
Consideration: 5s

[no title]  10D72/202/1  6 Sept 1748


Related information: of property as in 10D72/201

Contents:
Release
1. Shukbrugh Ashby the younger of Blaby, esq and Richard Hinde of Cold Ashby, co Northampton, esq
2. Shukbrugh Ashby of Melton Mowbray, esq (father of S.A. the younger)
Consideration: £5,562.10.0

[no title]  10D72/202/2  16 July 1752

Contents:
Attested copy will (19 Sept 1747) of Shukbrugh Ashby of Melton Mowbray, gent

[no title]  10D72/203  19 March 1750

Contents:
Lease of possession
1. Shukbrugh Ashby of Blaby, esq, eldest son and heir of Shukbrugh Ashby late of Melton Mowbray, deceased
2. Shukbrugh Ashby the younger of the city of York, esq, eldest son and heir apparent of no. 1 and Mary his wife
Of a moiety or half part of the manor of Aston Flamville, and manor house with appurtenances at Aston Flamville and land and property (field names given) in Aston Flamville and Sharnford
Consideration: 5s

[no title]  10D72/204  20 March 1750


Related information: of property as in 10D72/203

Contents:
Release
1. Shuckbrugh Ashby of Blaby esq, eldest son and heir of Shukbrugh Ashby late of Melton Mowbray, esq, deceased
2. Shuckbrugh Ashby the younger of the city of York, esq eldest son and heir apparent of no 1
Consideration: performance of covenants, and natural love and affection

[no title]  10D72/205/1  21 June 1750

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a fine
1. Shukbrugh Ashby the younger of the city of York, esq (devisee of the moiety of property mentioned in the will of Shukbrugh Ashby late of Melton Mowbray, his late grandfather, deceased)
2. Thomas Phipps of the borough of Leicester, gent
To be levied upon the moiety belonging to Shukbrugh Ashby of the manor of Aston Flamville and of the manor house and numerous other lands and properties in pa Aston Flamville (field names given)

[no title]  10D72/205/2  within 3 weeks of 2 June 1751

Contents:
Fine
Plaintiff: Thos Phipps, gent
Deforceant: Shukbrugh Ashby the younger, esq
Levied upon a moiety of the honor of Peverell with appurtenances and a moiety of the manor of Aston Flamville with appurtenances, and a moiety of 7 messuages, 3 cottages, 1 dovehouse, 6 gardens, 4 orchards, 100 acres of land, 170 acres of meadow, 600 acres of pasture, 60 acres of wood, 50 acres of furze and heath, yearly rent of 4 shillings, yearly rent of a pound of pepper, one other yearly rent of an arrow, yearly rent of a capon, court leet, court baron and view of frankpledge with appurtenances in Aston Flamville and Sharnford
Consideration: £620

[no title]  10D72/206  25 Oct 1751

Contents:
Memorandum of agreement
1. Shukbrugh Ashby, junior, esq
2. Joseph Cradock the younger, esq
To convey the manor of Aston Flamville and the messuages lands, t'ments and rents of no. 1 in Aston Flamville and his right to the manor of Sharnford to no 2 for the sum of £13,950

[no title]  10D72/207  28 May 1764

Contents:
Attested Copy Lease of Possession (1 October 1728)
1. Thomas Boothby of Marston, co Leic, esq and Edward Wigley of the borough of Leicester (executors of the will of John Smith esq, late Lord Chief Baron of HM Exchequer in Scotland, deceased) and Roger Smith esq, brother and heir at law of the said John Smith
2. Sir Verney Cave of Stamford, co Leicester, baronet and James Wigley of Scraptoft esq
Of numerous properties in the parishes of St Clements Danes without Temple Bar, and pa St James Clerkenwell, co Middx, Husbands Bosworth, Leire, Frolesworth, Broughton [Astley], Ashby [Parva], Ullesthorpe, Claybrooke, Stamford and Sapcote co Leic and ¾ part of the manor of Sharnford, co Leics and other property in Sharnford, Aston Flamville, co Leics with their appurtenances
Consideration: 5s

[no title]  10D72/208  28 May 1764


Related information: of property as in 10D72/207

Contents:
Copy release (2 October 1728)
1. Thomas Boothby of Marston, co Leic, esq and Edward Wigley of the Borough of Leicester, esq (executors of the will of John Smith esq, late Lord Chief Baron of HM Exchequer in Scotland, deceased)
2. Roger Smith esq. brother and heir at law of the said John Smith
3. Edward Smith of Edmondthorpe, co Leic, esq grand nephew of the said J.S. and Charles Smith of Islington, co Middx, gent nephew of the said J.S.
4. Sir Verney Cave of Stamford, co Leic, baronet and James Wigley of Scraptoft esq
Consideration: 5s and the performance of the trusts stipulated by the will of John Smith and other diverse considerations

[no title]  10D72/209  9 Sept 1765

Contents:
Attested Copy Final Concord (Westminster, within 3 weeks of 3 June 1765)
Plaintiff: Thomas Reeve, gent
Deforceants: Margaret Smith, widow, William Collins, gent and Constance his wife, widow and Elizabeth Legg, widow
When the deforceants acknowledged 10 messuages, 10 curtilages, 1 dove-house, 7 barns, 7 stables, 7 gardens, 120 acres of land, 200 acres meadow, 600 acres pasture, common of pasture for cattle and two sheep with appurtenances in Stamford, Claybrooke, Frolesworth, Leir, Aston Flamville, tithes arising from same and ¾ of the manor of Sharnford with appurtenances to be the property of the plaintiff
Consideration: £1,060

[no title]  10D72/210  9 Sept 1765

Contents:
Attested copy deed to lead the uses of a fine (18 July 1765)
1. Margaret Smith of Edmondthorpe, widow of Edward Smith, esq, deceased, William Collins of Little Aston, co Staffs, gent and Constance his wife, Ann Berwicke of Cannock, co Staffs, widow and Elizabeth Legg of Liverpool, co Lancaster, widow (Constance, Ann and Elizabeth being sisters of Edward Smith)
2. Thomas Reeve of Melton Mowbray, gent
To be levied upon ¾ of the manor house with appurtenances and of numerous pieces of land and property in pa. Sharnford, Claybrook, Aston Flamville, Leire, Broughton, Frolesworth, Ulesthorpe, and Sapcote
Consideration: 5s

[no title]  10D72/211  9 Sept 1765

Contents:
Attested copy lease of possession (27 Sept 1722)
1. John Ward of the borough of Leicester, stationer
2. Right Hon John Smith of Frolesworth, esq Lord Chief Baron of H M Court of Exchequer in Scotland
Of ¾ part of the manor of Sharnford, manor house and numerous pieces of land and property in pa. Sharnford, Aston Flamville and Claybrooke, with appurtenances
Consideration; 5s

[no title]  10D72/212  9 Sept 1765

Contents:
Attested Copy Release (28 Sept 1722)
1. John Ward of the borough of Leicester, stationer
2. Right Hon John Smith of Throlesworth, co Leicester, esq, Lord Chief Baron of HM Court of Exchequer in Scotland
Of three parts of the manor/reputed manor of Sharnford (which is to be divided into four parts) with appurtenances, co Leicester, and all manor house in Sharnford with the dovecote and Home Close belonging to same, close of pasture with appurtenances in Sharnford containing 3 acres, little close in Sharnford, several pieces of land dispersed in the common and open fields of Sharnford reputed to be 4½ yard lands and 3 parts of a yard land, also two sheep common in a close in Aston Flamville called Aston pasture and messuage with appurtenances in Sharnford, and close of pasture ground in Sharnford containing 2 acres and several pieces of land in the common fields of Sharnford
Consideration: £1,600

BUNNEY FAMILY PAPERS, including papers re Newbold Verdon estate  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  10D72/213  post 1721

Contents:
Copy extract of probate of will of Nathaniel Lord Crew, Baron of Steane, co Northampton and Lord Bishop of Durham, deceased relating to the manor of Newbold Verdon

[no title]  10D72/214/1  27 July 1752

Contents:
Deed of dissolution of partnership
1. Joseph Cradock of the borough of Leicester, hosier
2. Joseph Bunney of the borough of Leicester, hosier
Between no 1 and no 2 in the business of hosiery and Assignment by no 1 to no 2 of all his interest in the said partnership.
Consideration; £10,000

[no title]  10D72/214/2  30 Jan 1754

Contents:
Note: Joseph Cradock, Leicester to Joseph Bunney, Leicester requesting that he pay to Mr Nele Ashby the annuity of £100 which J C is to pay him for life according to his contract with Shukbrugh Ashby esq as and when the same becomes due

[no title]  10D72/215/1  10 April 1758

Contents:
Receipt: Thos Vowe to Mr Joseph Bunney for the sum of £872.15.0

[no title]  10D72/215/2/1  23 May 1757

Contents:
Receipt as above for the sum of £66.12.3

[no title]  10D72/215/2/2  n.d

Contents:
Note that in the purse there is £65.2.0

[no title]  10D72/216  10 Oct 1759

Contents:
Deed of Covenant
1. John Jackson the younger of Leicester, gent
2. Joseph Bunney of Leicester, merchant
That no 1 will at the request or within 3 months of the request of no 2 cause him to be discharged from several bonds or obligations (recited) and in the meantime indemnify him from any costs or losses which he may suffer because of the same

[no title]  10D72/217  10 April 1760

Contents:
Attested copy extract of assignment (date not given)
[1. Joseph Bunney
2. R Beeby]
Of toll upon an unspecified road

[no title]  10D72/218  29 June 1761

Contents:
Bill: T Pares to Joseph Bunney for the sum of £15.3.9 for [solicitor's] expenses

[no title]  10D72/219  11 May 1764

Contents:
Deed of covenant
1. Ambrose Saunders of Haselbeech, co Northampton, esq
2. Thomas King of Sileby, esq, Joseph Bunney of the Newark near the borough of Leicester, gent and Thomas Pares of the borough of Leicester, gent
To produce deeds as specified upon request

[no title]  10D72/220  10 Dec 1764

Contents:
Account of Joseph Bunney with Thomas Pares, amounting to £760.19.6

[no title]  10D72/221  n.d. [post 1764]

Contents:
Abstract of indentures of lease and release (20 & 21 July 1764) by which Mr Bunney conveyed the Chappel Close, South Gate Street, Leicester to Mr Walker

[no title]  10D72/222  25 March 1765

Contents:
Valuation by Tho. Yeoman of Westminster of the estate of the manor of Newbold Verdon at £19,655.4.3. He also sets out his case that the sum of £17,500 already offered is not a full and fair price

[no title]  10D72/223  14 Aug 1765

Contents:
Account of Mr Bunney with T Pares, amounting to £3,064.15.0

[no title]  10D72/224  1765

Contents:
Rough account (July-Sept 1764) of Jos Bunney with Thos Pares "for the calculations"

[no title]  10D72/225  23 June 1767

Contents:
Account of Joseph Bunney with Thomas Pares, amounting to £2,813.16.2½

[no title]  10D72/226/1-24  1767-1777

Contents:
Bundle of receipts, bills and promissory notes for repair work, rent and miscellaneous items, mainly concerning Joseph Bunney

[no title]  10D72/227/1  20 June 1768

Contents:
Account of Joseph Bunney esq with Thos Pares, amounting to £868.14.0

[no title]  10D72/227/2  25 July 1767

Contents:
Declaration of Joseph Bunney and Thomas Pares concerning their purchase of the manor of Newbold Verdon

[no title]  10D72/228  1768-1769

Contents:
Account [of J Bunney] with Thomas Pares re the Newbold Verdon estate, amounting to £923.10.0

[no title]  10D72/229  26 Jan 1769

Contents:
Declaration of consent of Samuel Henry Healy and Mary Healy concerning stock in public funds which Mr Bunney held for them as part of their marriage settlement, and his sale of the same

[no title]  10D72/230  29 May 1769

Contents:
Copy receipt: [J Bunney] to Thomas Pares for the sum of £3000 for entering into a partnership with himself and Mr Davie

[no title]  10D72/231  29 May 1769

Contents:
Account of Joseph Bunney with Thomas Pares, amounting to £4,039.3.9½

[no title]  10D72/232  29 May 1769

Contents:
Account of Joseph Bunney with Thomas Pares, amounting to £361.17.8½

[no title]  10D72/233  10 Oct 1769

Contents:
Quitclaim
1. Thomas Vowe of Hallaton, esq
2. Joseph Bunney of the Newarke near Leicester (executor of the will of Catharine Vowe late of the borough of Leicester, mother of no 1, deceased)
Of all actions and interests and claims against no 2

[no title]  10D72/234  27 Jan 1770

Contents:
Account (1769-1770) of J Bunney with T Pares, amounting to £2,273.13.9

[no title]  10D72/235  1770

Contents:
Account of Joseph Bunney, esq with Thomas Pares, amounting to £2,409.9.0

[no title]  10D72/236  28 Oct 1772

Contents:
Bill: T Pares, Leicester [to Jos Bunney esq] for the sum of £68.1.6 for [solicitor's] expenses

[no title]  10D72/237  1772

Contents:
Account (1771-1772) of Jos Bunney with Thomas Pares re the sum of £35.10.0 due for wine, silk, satin and tissue

[no title]  10D72/238  c1772

Document defective: tear in centre

Contents:
Rough notes re account of Jos Bunney with Mr Thos Pares, 1771-1772

[no title]  10D72/239  6 July 1773

Contents:
Receipt: Henry Coleman to Joseph Bunney, late treasurer to Leicester Infirmary and Thos Pares for:
i) The sum of £237.6.1½ for balance of Infirmary cash account
ii) Acknowledgement for £600 stock in 3% [shares]
iii) Acknowledgement for £20 p.a. longannuity [shares]
iv) Security for £200 upon the Wanlip road

[no title]  10D72/240/1  24 Nov 1773

Contents:
Letter: E Bunney to his father [Joseph Bunney esq] concerning the purchase and sale of stock. Their friend Scott is candidate for a professorship of ancient history

[no title]  10D72/240/2-4  24 Nov 1773

Contents:
Receipts for various sums of money from Joseph Bunney for the purchase of long annuity stock

[no title]  10D72/240/5  26 Nov 1773

Contents:
Note of goods bought for Joseph Bunney, esq by Robt Willing

[no title]  10D72/241  20 Feb 1776

Contents:
Receipt: William Norton and Ann Norton to Mr Joseph Bunney for the sum of £21.1.6 being the sum left in his hands by their dau, Ann Norton, deceased and interest on same

[no title]  10D72/242  29 June 1777

Contents:
Rough note of request to purchase for Joseph Bunney esq £2000 scrip [ie shares] to be charged to the writer [unspecified]'s account

[no title]  10D72/243/1  29 July 1777

Contents:
Account: Joseph Cradock esq with Thomas Pares, amounting to £2,881.8.11½

[no title]  10D72/243/2  7 Nov 1777

Contents:
Receipt: T Pares to Joseph Cradock esq for the sum of 20 guineas

[no title]  10D72/244  3 Nov 1777

Document defective: part torn off on right hand side when the seal was opened

Contents:
Letter: John Pares to Thomas Pares esq, Leicester re purchase of scrip by Mr Bunney and the involvement of Child & Co in same

[no title]  10D72/245  7 Nov 1777

Contents:
Receipt: John Keysall for Rob Child esq & Co to Joseph Bunney esq for the sum of £2,248.10.0

[no title]  10D72/246  8 Nov 1777

Contents:
Letter: ?Duke Langdale, broker to Child & Co, to Joseph Bunney esq to inform him that his account has been debited for some scrip (details given)

[no title]  10D72/247  12 Nov 1777

Contents:
Receipt: John Keysall for Rob Child esq & Co to Joseph Bunney esq for the sum of £441.12.11

[no title]  10D72/248  19 Nov 1777

Contents:
Letter: ?Duke Langdale, broker to R Child esq & Co to Joseph Bunney & Co informing him that his account has been debited for some scrip (details given)

[no title]  10D72/249  20 Nov 1777

Document defective: small tear on right hand side where seal has been opened

Contents:
Letter: ?Duke Langdale, broker to R Child esq & Co to Joseph Bunney esq concerning the purchase of some scrip and banking arrangements relating to the same

[no title]  10D72/250  22 Nov 1777

Contents:
Receipt: John Keysall for Rob Child esq & Co to Joseph Bunney esq for the sum of £115

[no title]  10D72/251  24 Nov 1777

Contents:
Receipt: John Keysall for Rob Child esq & Co to Joseph Bunney esq for the sum of £60

[no title]  10D72/252  31 Jan 1778

Contents:
Receipt: Rob Dent for Rob Child esq & Co to Sir Geo Robinson for the sum of £100 on account of Joseph Bunney esq

[no title]  10D72/253  31 March 1778


Related information: as 10D72/249

Contents:
Letter

[no title]  10D72/254  1 April 1778

Contents:
Receipt: John Keysall for Rob Child esq & Co to Joseph Bunney esq for the sum of £580

[no title]  10D72/255  2 April 1778


Related information: as 10D72/249

Contents:
Letter

[no title]  10D72/256  16 April 1778

Contents:
Receipt: John Keysall for Rob Child esq & Co to Joseph Bunney esq for the sum of £500

[no title]  10D72/257  18 April 1778

Contents:
Receipt: John Keysall for Rob Child esq & Co to Joseph Bunney esq for the sum of £180

[no title]  10D72/258  1 May 1778

Contents:
Letter: Chas. Morris, Loddington, to Mr Pares senior, Leicester thanking him for his applications to procure money to pay off Mr Winstanley's mortgage and discussing the same

[no title]  10D72/259  21 May 1778

Contents:
Receipt: John Keysall for Rob Child esq & Co to Joseph Bunney esq for bank notes to the value of £200

[no title]  10D72/260  30 May 1778

Contents:
Receipt: John Keysall for Rob Child & Co to Joseph Bunney esq for the sum of £640

[no title]  10D72/261  1 June 1778

Contents:
Receipt: John Keysall for Rob Child esq & Co to Joseph Bunney esq for the sum of £120

[no title]  10D72/262  4 June 1778

Contents:
Note of acknowledgement by John Keysall for Rob Child esq & Co of money and bills due to Joseph Bunney esq amounting to £1,940.15.11

[no title]  10D72/263  4 June 1778

Contents:
Receipt: John Keysall for Rob Child esq & Co to Joseph Bunney esq for the sum of £500

[no title]  10D72/264  8 June 1778

Contents:
Receipt: John Keysall for Rob Child esq & Co to Edward Butcher for the sum of £65

[no title]  10D72/265  20 June 1778


Related information: as 10D72/249

Contents:
Letter

[no title]  10D72/266  25 July 1778

Contents:
Receipt: John Keysall for Rob Child esq & Co to Thos Pares esq for the sum of £625.7.7

[no title]  10D72/267  29 July 1778

Contents:
Receipted bill: Thomas Pares [solicitor] to Joseph Bunney esq for the sum of £27.2.2 for professional work in relation to the late Mr Cradock's affairs

[no title]  10D72/268/1  29 July 1778

Contents:
Bill: T Pares to Jos Bunney for the sum of £2,733.0.11 due for [solicitor's] expenses with reference to the estate of the late Jos Cradock esq, deceased

[no title]  10D72/268/2  March 1771

Contents:
Details of the numbers of sheets of paper and pieces of parchment used to write up various deeds

[no title]  10D72/268/3  March 1777


Related information: Rough calculations as 10D72/268/2

[no title]  10D72/269  28 Nov 1778

Contents:
Receipt: John Keysall for Rob Child & Co to Mr John Coore for the sum of £1,020 on account of Joseph Bunney esq

[no title]  10D72/270  18 Feb 1779

Document defective: top left hand corner torn off

Contents:
Receipt: John Keysall, for Rob Child esq & Co to Thos Pares esq for the sum of £350

[no title]  10D72/271  22 Feb 1779

Contents:
Receipt: John Keysall for Rob Child esq & Co for Mr Unwin and Messrs Taylor Lloyd & Co for the sum of £200 on account of Joseph Bunney esq

[no title]  10D72/272  1 March 1779

Document defective: torn in two

Contents:
Receipt: John Keysall for Rob Child esq and Co. to Joseph Bunney esq for the sum £686.17.11

[no title]  10D72/273  4 March 1779

Contents:
Receipt: John Keysall for Rob Child esq & Co to Jos Bunney esq for the sum of £298

[no title]  10D72/274  21 Dec 1779

Contents:
Receipt: John Keysall for Rob Child esq & Co to Jos Bunney esq for the sum of £80

[no title]  10D72/275  n.d. [1770s]

Contents:
Bill: Mr Pares [solicitor] to Jos Bunney esq for the sum of £140 for professional work carried out on his behalf

[no title]  10D72/276  n.d. [1770s]

Contents:
Account of Joseph Bunney esq with Thomas Pares, amounting to £100

[no title]  10D72/277  8 March 1780

Contents:
Letter: John Keysall for Rob Child esq & Co to Jos Bunney esq Bath informing him of payments which have been made as he had requested

[no title]  10D72/278  n.d. [?c1780]

Contents:
Catalogue of books belonging to E Bunney - some entries marked showing "left at home" [?upon his marriage]

[no title]  10D72/279  n.d. [c1780]

Contents:
Notes of the bequests and contents of "B's will" [?Joseph Bunney]

[no title]  10D72/280  25 July 1782

Contents:
Receipt: John Gregory, treasurer of Leicester Infirmary to Mrs Bunney, widow and sole executrix of the will of Joseph Bunney, esq, deceased for the sum of £100, a legacy given by the said will to the governors of the Infirmary

[no title]  10D72/281  27 July 1782

Contents:
Receipt: Elizabeth Unwin of Mansfield, widow to Mrs Bunney, widow and executrix of the will of Joseph Bunney esq deceased (cousin of Elizabeth Unwin) for the sum of £100 as a legacy given by the said will

[no title]  10D72/282  10 Aug 1782

Contents:
Receipt: Thomas Pares, Jonathan Foster, John Pares and Edward Davie to Mrs Bunney, widow and executrix of the will of Joseph Bunney esq, deceased for the legacies of £20 each as given by the said will

[no title]  10D72/283  15 Aug 1782

Contents:
Receipt: William Pochin and Joseph Cradock, esq to Mrs Bunney, widow and executrix of the will of Joseph Bunney esq deceased for the legacies of £20 each as given by the said will

[no title]  10D72/284  13 May 1783

Contents:
Receipted bill [c1779]: T Pares to Mrs Bunney for the sum of £15.8.5 in respect of the presentment against the inhabitants of the Newark respecting a road.

[no title]  10D72/285  13 May 1783

Contents:
Receipted bill [c1779]: T. Pares to Mrs Bunney for the sum of £49.9.9 in respect of the action brought on account of the distress taken for not appearing to the presentment against the inhabitants of the Newarke

[no title]  10D72/286  13 May 1783

Contents:
Receipted bill: T Pares to Mrs Bunney for the sum of £77.19.2 for professional legal expenses including attention to the wills of Mr Cradock, Mr Bunney and Mrs Bunney
On the reverse:
Note re payment of above bills temp nos 785-787

[no title]  10D72/287  1 April 1800

Contents:
Receipt: John Keysall for Rob Child esq & Co to Wm Bradsworth for the sum of £230 on account of Joseph Bunney

UNWIN FAMILY PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  10D72/288  18 April 1767

Contents:
Lease of possession
1. Elizabeth Cradock of the Newarke in Leicester, spinster (dau of Samuel Cradock late of Walsall, co Staffs, mercer, deceased)
2. Joseph Cradock of the borough of Leicester, esq and Joseph Bunney of the Newarke, esq
Of messuage in Rushall, co Staffs and several closes in Rushall belonging to the said messuage with appurtenances
Consideration: pepper corn rent

[no title]  10D72/289  18 April 1767

Contents:
Marriage settlement (Release)
1. Elizabeth Cradock of the Newarke in Leicester, spinster, dau of Samuel Cradock late of Walsall, co Staffs, mercer, deceased
2. William Unwin of Sutton Ashfield, co Notts, hosier
3. Joseph Cradock of the borough of Leicester, esq and Joseph Bunney of the Newarke, esq
In consideration of the marriage intended to be solemnized between no 1 and no 2 and touching messuage or t'ment in Rushall, co Staffs and several closes of land in the same place (details of field names given) with appurtenances, and a sum of £1,000

[no title]  10D72/290/1  11 April 1767

Contents:
Declaration of Sam Unwin concerning his partnership with his sons William and Samuel and the division of his trade with regard to the same

[no title or date]  10D72/290/2

Contents:
Note re 10D72/290/1 including financial calculations

[no title]  10D72/291/1  18 April 1767

Contents:
Bond
1. William Unwin of Sutton Ashfield, co Notts, hosier
2. Joseph Cradock of Leicester, esq and Joseph Bunney of the Newark, Leicester
In the sum of £10,000 for the performance of covenants contained in a deed of even date

[no title]  10D72/291/2  9 Nov 1769

Contents:
Promissory note of Wm Unwin at Mansfield that he will pay £1,000 on demand to Joseph Cradock and Joseph Bunney esq

[no title]  10D72/291/3  9 June 1773

Contents:
Promissory note of W Unwin that he will pay £1,327.17.11 on demand to Joseph Cradock and Joseph Bunney esq

[no title]  10D72/291/4  n.d

Contents:
Note re documents 10D72/291/1-3

[no title]  10D72/292  22 July 1774

Contents:
Letter: Sam Unwin, Sutton to Mr Bunney, Leicester [in reply to his sympathetic letter of condolence after the death of his son]

[no title]  10D72/293  10 Aug 1774

Contents:
Letter: S Unwin, junior, to Sutton to Mr Bunney concerning the provision that exists for his sister and the children and his father's role in the matter

[no title]  10D72/294  17 Aug 1774

Contents:
Letter: Sam Unwin, Sutton to Mrs Unwin [his sister] at Mr Bunney's, Leicester giving family news. He hopes she is endeavouring to recover her spirits, and discusses financial affairs

[no title]  10D72/295  10 Sept 1774

Contents:
Letter: S Unwin, junior, Sutton to Mr Edmund Bunney, Leicester concerning the inventory which has been drawn up [of household goods] and is inadequate, and the feasibility of having another drawn up

[no title]  10D72/296/1  4 Oct 1774

Document defective: tear in centre

Contents:
Letter: John Coore, Broad Street, ? to John Pares, Leicester enclosing several bills and discussing Mr Chalmer's life insurance policy

[no title or date]  10D72/296/2

Contents:
Insurance application form - partly completed with respect to Edmond Allen Chambers, gent

[no title]  10D72/297  20 Oct 1774

Contents:
Account of the late Mrs Unwin with Samuel Unwin and Son

[no title]  10D72/298  29 Oct 1774

Contents:
Letter: S Unwin, junior at Sutton to Mr Edmund Bunney, Leicester concerning the matter of the settlements which he understands only imperfectly and of which Mr Pares is the most competent judge. He details the matter of his sister's claim which he would like explained to him

[no title]  10D72/299  post 1774

Contents:
Attested copy letter (25 Oct 1774): Edmund Bunney, Leicester to Mr Samuel Unwin, junior concerning the settlement of financial matters once he has taken out letters of administration. He hopes to meet him and Mr Borgey to discuss the matter

[no title]  10D72/300  20 Oct -

Contents:
Rough notes, being details of Mrs U[nwin]'s income

[no title]  10D72/301  n.d

Contents:
Notes of various sums of money re the settlement of Mrs U[nwin]'s affairs

PAPERS RELATING TO THE MARRIAGE OF MARY ANN BUNNEY AND WILLIAM BANKES [c.1780]  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  10D72/302  14 March 1766

Contents:
Rental of the estate of William Bankes esq for the year 1776

[no title]  10D72/303  7 April 1777

Document defective: [signature] torn away

Contents:
Bond
1. Joseph Bunney, of the Newark near the borough of Leicester, esq
2. Joseph Cradock, esq of the borough of Leicester (son and heir of Edmund Cradock late of the said borough, deceased) and Thomas Pares of the said borough, gent
In the sum of £2,000 for the payment of the sum of £1,200 to Miss Bunney

[no title]  10D72/304  n.d. [c1778]

Contents:
Abstract of title (1749-1778) of William Bankes esq to estates in co Lancs

[no title]  10D72/305  n.d. [post 1779

Contents:
Copy Bond (1779)
1. Joseph Bunney of the Newark near the borough of Leicester, esq
2. William Bankes of Winstanley, co Lancaster, esq
In the sum of £8,000 for the payment to Edmund Cradock Hartopp and John Blackburne of the sum of £4,000 from the estate of no. 1 within 12 months of his decease

[no title]  10D72/306  4 June 1784

Contents:
Release
1. Edmund Cradock Hartopp late of Pynes, co Devon, now of Merevale, co Warwick, esq and John Blackburne late of Hale, co Lancaster, now of the city of Chester, esq
2. William Bankes of Winstanley, co Lancaster, esq
3. Mary Bunney of the Newark near the borough of Leicester widow and executrix of Joseph Bunney
Of no 3 from the payment of the sum of £4,000 and a bond to secure the payment of the same
Consideration: £4,000

[no title]  10D72/307  5 June 1784

Contents:
Bond
1. William Bankes of Winstanley, co Lancaster esq
2. Edmund Cradock Hartopp late of Pynes, co Devon now of Merevale, co Warwick, esq and John Blackburne late of Hale, co Lancaster, now of the city of Chester, esq (trustees in the settlement upon the marriage of no 1 with Mary Ann Bunney, spinster)
In the sum of £8,000 for the payment of the sum of £4,000

[no title]  10D72/308  7 Oct 1780

Contents:
Deed of surrender
1. Peter Morgan of Gulgreave otherwise Golden Grove, co Flint esq
2. William Bankes of Winstanley, co Lancs, esq (heir of William Bankes late of Winstanley esq, deceased by Elizabeth his wife, dau of Amos Meredith, esq who was eldest son of Sir William Meredith of Henbury, co Chester, baronet)
Of the manors or lordships of Winstanley and Houghton and the manor houses called Winstanley Hall, Peel Hall, Lea Hall or Lindley Hall and Newton Parks and the demesne belonging to the same, and 2 water corn mills in Winstanley and all the messuages, cottages and lands in Winstanley, Houghton, Pemberton, Croft, Middleton, Arbury, Orrell Billinge, Rainford, Ashton in Mackerfield and Newton with appurtenances and capital messuage called Bruch Hall and the demesne lands belonging to it in Poolton with Fearnhead, and messuages, houses and lands in Poolton with Fearnhead and in Warrington, Orford, Little Sankey, Woolston and Sutton with their appurtenances for the remainder of a term of 500 years

[no title]  10D72/309  n.d. [?c1780]

Document defective: back page torn along fold

Contents:
List of the leases for lives upon the estates of William Bankes of Winstanley esq situate in Winstanley, Billinge, Pemberton, Orrel, Houghton, Poulton with Fearnhead, Woolston and Sutton, co Lancs - gives name of premises and their townships, number of lives vested in them, names of lesees or owner, acerage and amount of reserved rents and boons affecting each

[no title]  10D72/310  n.d. [?c.1780]

Contents:
List of the farms belonging to William Bankes esq situate in Winstanley, Billinge, Orrel, Wigan, Pemberton, Newton, Houghton, Arbury and Midleton, Poulton cum Fearnhead and Woolston set at yearly rack rents - gives details of premises, name of tenant, acerage and yearly rent

[no title]  10D72/311/1-3  n.d. [?c.1780]

Contents:
Bundle of papers re arrangements for the marriage settlement [on the proposed marriage of Miss Bunney to Mr. Bankes]

HURLOCK FAMILY PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

General  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  10D72/312  25 June 1753

Contents:
Articles of Co-partnership
1. William Wansey of the city of Bristol, merchant
2. Joseph Hurlock of London, esq
In the trade of merchants to the kingdom of Portugal for a term of 5 years
Consideration: the special trust and confidence of each in the other

[no title]  10D72/313  n.d. [?late 18th century]

Document defective: end portion torn off

Contents:
Plan of the intended navigable canal from Basingstoke to the river Wey. Engraved by Wm Faden, Charing Cross.
Surveyed by Joseph Parker. Scale 2.2cm = 1 mile
On the reverse:
Note of name of Joseph Hurlock

Bundle of papers, mainly relating to the executorship of the will of Mrs. Ann Bridges of Avington, co. Southampton, widow  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  10D72/314  1746 - 1763

Contents:
Wages receipt book of Mrs Bridges, containing acknowledgements of wages paid to various individuals [presumably her servants]

[no title]  10D72/315  7 May 1754

Contents:
Will of Ann Bridges of Avington, co Southampton, widow. She sets out her wishes with regard to her burial and makes a number of monetary bequests and bequests of jewellery and personal items. She bequeaths £20 pa for 7 years after her death to be paid to the rector and church wardens for the use of the poor in the parish of Avington, and establishes a number of annuities to be paid from her estate, for the payment of which she establishes a trust of £4,000. She gives to Mrs Ann Rodney a leasehold messuage in Bedford Row, co Middx to whom she also gives such of her clothing as she desires, the remainder to be distributed amongst her maid servants. She gives to James Rodney (husband of Ann) her leasehold messuage in Soho Square, co Middx together with her furniture. James and Ann Rodney are appointed joint executor and executrix, and bequeaths to them the residue of her estate apart from the sum of £150 which is to be used to pay for a monument to be erected in memory of her late husband George Bridges, esq in the parish church of Avington. In the event of the death of Ann Rodney without issue before the death of James Rodney she establishes a trust of £6,000 to be administered by Francis Magnus and Richard Morland

[no title]  10D72/316/1-2  20 Oct 1762

2 copies

Contents:
Receipt: Wm Selward to Sir George Bridges for the sum of £3.10.0 for two half years rent due to the Right Hon Lord Feversham

[no title]  10D72/317  [Oct] 1762

Contents:
Receipt: John Hickman to Mrs Anne Bridges for the sum of £2.4.4½ for one year's rent for Avington manor

[no title]  10D72/318  5 Dec 1762

Contents:
Receipted bill: Eliz Ware to Mr Morland for the sum of 14s 4d for candles and "spratt bills"

[no title]  10D72/319  4 Jan 1763

Contents:
Receipted bill: Matthew Cutler to Mrs Bridges for the sum of £3.5.0 for tea and its carriage

[no title]  10D72/320  1 Feb 1763

Contents:
Receipt: Eliz Ware to Mrs Hurlock for the sum of £5.5.0 as a present for mourning her late mistress Anne Bridges

[no title]  10D72/321/1  6 Feb 1763

Contents:
Receipt: Harry Boucher to the executors of Mrs Bridges for the sum of £5.5.0 for mourning

[no title]  10D72/321/2  13 March 1765

Contents:
Receipt: as above for the sum of £10, being a legacy

[no title]  10D72/321/3  24 May 1765

Contents:
Copy accounts for wood and quit rents received

[no title]  10D72/321/4  12 May 1766

Contents:
Receipted account: Harry Boucher to Mr Morland, executed to the late Mrs Bridges, amounting to £45.15.9 and relating to rents received

[no title]  10D72/321/5  1 July 1766

Contents:
Letter: Harry Boucher to [Mr Morland] concerning the above documents. He discusses the affairs of his sister in law and her children

[no title]  10D72/322  10 Feb 1763; 18 Feb 1763

Contents:
Receipted bill: Samuel Kent to Mrs Bridges for the sum of £10.1.11 for supplies and repair work done in the house and premises
Appended:
Receipted bill (29 Jan 1763): Samuel Kent to the executors of Mrs Bridges for the sum of £8.8.0 for a lead coffin

[no title]  10D72/323  10 Feb 1763; 12 Feb 1763; 16 Feb 1763

Contents:
Receipt: Thomas Brereton to Mr Morland, one of Mrs Bridges executors for the sum of £1.1.0 paid for his trouble examining the inventory of her household goods and furniture at Avington
Also:
Receipt: James Parker to Mr Morland for the sum of £1.1.0 paid for his trouble making an inventory of the stock and effects of the late Mrs Bridges on her farm and lands at Avington
Also:
Receipt: John Horn to Mr Morland for the sum of £2.2.0 paid for his trouble in making an inventory and valuation of the stock of the late Mrs Bridges on her farm and lands at Avington, and appraising the same with an appraisor on behalf of the Marquiss of Carnarvan [Caernarfon]

[no title]  10D72/324  11 Feb 1763

Contents:
Receipted bill: Ann Hylward to the Honorable Mrs Hurlock for the sum of £1.8.0 for making 8 nightgowns

[no title]  10D72/325  11 Feb 1763

Contents:
Receipted bill (2 November 1761): Samuel Walldin to the Honourable Mrs Bridges for the sum of 2s 4d for labour

[no title]  10D72/326  12 Feb 1763

Contents:
Receipted bill: John Swither to the executors of the late Mrs Bridges for the sum of £1.13.0 for items associated with her burial
On the reverse:
Note "Bills for the Funeral"

[no title]  10D72/327  12 Feb 1763

Contents:
Receipted bill (Jan-Feb 1763): John Asquith to the Honourable Mrs Bridges for the sum of £1.19.11 for beef, powder and shot and expenses incurred during a number of journeys

[no title]  10D72/328  12 Feb 1763

Contents:
Receipted bill (1 Jan 1763): William Whebel to the executors of the late Mrs Bridges for the sum of £5.0.6 for work
On the reverse:
Note "Wheble the Gardners Bill & receipt"

[no title]  10D72/329  12 Feb 1763

Contents:
Receipted bill (8 Feb 1763): William Shawyer to the executors of the late Mrs Bridges for the sum of £1 for bricklaying work after her decease

[no title]  10D72/330  12 Feb 1763

Contents:
Receipted bill: John Smith to the executors of the late Mrs Bridges for the sum of £8.11.6½ for miscellaneous payments made
On the reverse:
Note: "John Smith the butler - Bills & Accounts with his receipt

[no title]  10D72/331/1  13 Feb 1763

Contents:
Receipted bill: Edward Palmer to the executors of Madam Bridges for the sum of £3.12.10 for meat supplied

[no title or date]  10D72/331/2

Contents:
Receipted bill: Elizabeth Edgley to the executors of the late Mrs Bridges for the sum of £11.13.6 for various household purchases, being mainly food

[no title]  10D72/332  18 Feb 1763

Contents:
Receipted bill (5 Feb 1763): Thomas Wools to the executors of the late Mrs Bridges for the sum of £71.8.3 for various pieces of linen, cloth, buckles and buttons supplied

[no title]  10D72/333  18 Feb 1763

Contents:
Receipted bill (9 Feb 1763): James Craddock to the executors of Mrs Bridges for the sum of £7.17.0 for making eleven mourning suits

[no title]  10D72/334  18 Feb 1763

Contents:
Receipted bill: Thomas Waldron to the executors of the late Mrs Bridges for the sum of 17s 0d for carriage of various items from London

[no title]  10D72/335  18 Feb 1763

Contents:
Receipted bill (4 August 1752): J Spearing to the executors of Mrs Bridges for the sum of 14s 4d for painting and varnishing work

[no title]  10D72/336  18 Feb 1763

Contents:
Receipted bill: John Gates, cooper to the executors of the late Mrs Bridges for the sum of 6s 0d for hoops

[no title]  10D72/337  19 Feb 1763

Contents:
Receipted bill: James Dibsdale to the executors of the Hon Mrs Bridges for the sum of £1.11.9 for paying the crier, wine, carriage of a basket, butter, fish and ham

[no title]  10D72/338  22 Feb 1763

Contents:
Receipted bill (9 Feb 1763): James Russell, tailor to Mrs Bridges for the sum of £2.8.0 for making eight coats

[no title]  10D72/339  26 Feb 1763

Contents:
Receipt: John Burtt, coachman to the executors of the late Mrs Bridges for the sum of £12.12.0 in part payment of his legacy of £20 due to him under the will of Mrs Bridges as one of her servants

[no title]  10D72/340  10 March 1763

Contents:
Receipt: Thomas Webb, porter to the Gosport wagon to Mr Morland for the sum of £1.10.0 for carriage of trunks and boxes

[no title]  10D72/341  19 March 1763

Contents:
Receipt: Sarah Hurlock to Mr Richard Morland for the sum of £90 on account of her interest under the will of Mrs Bridges

[no title]  10D72/342  19 March 1763

Contents:
Acknowledgement of receipt: James Rodney and Richard Morland with reference to a trust sum of £4,000 in accordance with the will of Mrs Ann Bridges

[no title]  10D72/343  19 March 1763

Contents:
Receipt: James Knowles to James Rodney & Richard Morland for the sum of £1,133.10.8 for consolidated stock
Appended:
Note that this money is part of the £4,000 trust money for the payment of annuities

[no title]  10D72/344  19 March 1763

Contents:
Receipt: Richard Morland, Sarah Hurlock, James Hurlock to James Rodney & Richard Morland for the sum of £1,907.10.0 for consolidated stock
Appended:
Note that the above sum is part of the £4,000 trust money for the payment of annuities

[no title]  10D72/345  19 March 1763

Contents:
Receipt: Edward Harris to James Rodney and Richard Morland for the sum of £953.15.0 for consolidated stock

[no title]  10D72/346  21 March 1763

Contents:
Receipted bill (28 Oct 1762): Wm Sturges for J Heath & Co to Mrs Bridges for the sum of £1.9.6 for sturgeon and cask

[no title]  10D72/347  7 April 1763

Contents:
Receipted bill: Joseph Fox "the newsman" to the executors of the Hon Mrs Bridges for the sum of £2.8.1 for copies of the London Chronicle, St James's Chronicle and other items

[no title]  10D72/348  19 April 1763; 9 Aug 1763

Contents:
Receipt: Eliz Ware to the executors of Mrs Bridges for the sum of £2.10.0 for a quarter's wages
Also:
Receipt as above for the sum of £1.1.0 for wages due.

[no title]  10D72/349  26 April 1763

Contents:
Receipt bill (9 Feb 1763): Fran.Jay to Mr Morland, executor of Mrs Ann Bridges for the sum of £297.11.10 being funeral expenses of Mrs Bridges at Avington, co Hamps. Includes a list of all the items paid for and the cost of each

[no title]  10D72/350  29 April 1763

Contents:
Receipted bill: Mich.Fountain to Mr Morland for the sum of £23.17.10 in payment of charges of proving the will and six codicils of Ann Bridges, deceased, and charges on attending the execution of a requestion from Ireland for swearing in the executors of the said will

[no title]  10D72/351  7 May 1763

Contents:
Receipt: John Wool to Mr Dibsdal for the sum of 18s 6d in full payment of all demands on account of the late Mrs Bridges

[no title]  10D72/352  18 May 1763

Contents:
Receipted bill: George Davies, apprentice to John Bladwell to the executors of Mrs Bridges, deceased for the sum of £1.12.0 for taking down furniture, tacks and papering up hangings

[no title]  10D72/353  11 June 1763

Contents:
Receipted bill: William Theed [?jeweller] to the executors of Mrs Bridges for the sum of £133.6.4 for mourning rings and other items

[no title]  10D72/354/1  18 June 1763

Contents:
Receipt: John Aubin to Mrs Hurlock and Mr Morland, executor of the will of Mrs Bridges for the sum of £100

[no title or date]  10D72/354/2

Contents:
Acknowledgement of receipt: Elizabeth Aubin to the executors of Mrs Bridges for the sum of £100, being a legacy under the will of Mrs Bridges

[no title]  10D72/355  7 July 1763

Contents:
Acknowledgement of receipt: John Berney and Margaret Berney to the executors of the estate of Mrs Bridges of the sum of £300 and a gold snuff box, and release from the payment thereof

[no title]  10D72/356  16 July 1763; 20 July 1763

Contents:
Letter of attorney: Delicia Jackson of Clements Lane, Ipswich, co Suffolk, spinster appointing her sister Sarah Jackson of the same place, spinster as her attorney to receive a legacy of £100 bequeathed to her by the will of Mrs Ann Bridges
Appended:
Receipt: Sarah Jackson to Richard Morland and Sarah Hurlock for the sum of £100 to be given to her sister Delicia Jackson

[no title]  10D72/357  3 Aug 1763

Contents:
Receipt: Sarah Hurlock to Mr Morland for the sum of £50 being her proportion of £150 for six months interest on a £6,000 mortgage given to her by her aunt, Mrs Bridges

[no title]  10D72/358  4-13 Aug 1763

Contents:
Receipts of Eliz Ware, Thos morrant, John Cuell, John Smith, Mary Houghton and Eliz Rowland to the executors of the late Mrs Bridges for legacies left to them under her will

[no title]  10D72/359  6 Aug 1763

Contents:
Acknowledgement of receipt: Eliz Dallowe to the executors of Mrs Bridges for a diamond ring, set of dressing plate and legacy of £1,500

[no title]  10D72/360  12 Aug 1763

Contents:
Receipt: D Arthur to the executors of the late Mrs Bridges for the sum of £100 being a legacy bequeathed to him by the will of the late Mrs Anne Bridges

[no title]  10D72/361  13 Aug 1763

Contents:
Acknowledgement of receipt: James Rodney and Anne Rodney to Richard Morland and Sarah Hurlock the sum of £3000 in payment of several legacies and bequests given to them by the will of Anne Bridges

[no title]  10D72/362  15 Oct 1763

Contents:
Receipt: Delicia Artworth to the executors of the late Mrs Anne Bridges for the sum of £50 being a legacy bequeathed to her by Mrs Bridges' will

[no title]  10D72/363  15 Oct 1763

Contents:
Receipt: William Hone to the executors of the late Mrs Anne Bridges for the sum of £200 being a legacy bequeathed to her by Mrs Bridges' will

[no title]  10D72/364  1 Nov 1763

Contents:
Receipted bill: Mich Fountain to Ephraim Carrole esq for the sum of £12.17.10 for services in connection with proving the will of Ann Bridges

[no title]  10D72/365  11 Nov 1763

Contents:
Receipted bill: Robert Foster to [the executors of] the Hon Mrs Bridges for the sum of 16s 8d for anchovies, capers, and carriage for oil and hamper

[no title]  10D72/366  30 Dec 1763

Contents:
Receipt: Gabriel Ackworth to Richard Morland for the sum of £500 being alegacy given to him by the will of Anne Bridges

[no title]  10D72/367  10 Jan 1764

Contents:
Receipt: Fran.Say to Mr Richard Morland for the sum of £10.11.0 "for a Turkey Carpet & Packing"
On the reverse
Note that this carpet was sold in Mrs Bridges' lifetime

[no title]  10D72/368  24 Jan 1764

Contents:
Receipt: John Asquith to Richard Moreland, executor of the late Mrs Bridges for the sum of £20 in payment of a legacy

[no title]  10D72/369  31 Jan 1764

Contents:
Receipts: John Dennis on behalf of himself and Mr Fern to Mr Morland, one of the executors of Mrs Ann Bridges for sums of £20 and £10 in payment of legacies

[no title]  10D72/370/1  25 Feb 1764

Contents:
Acknowledgement of receipt: P Lepipre to Richard Morland executor of the will of Mrs Bridges for the sum of £500 in payment of a legacy

[no title]  10D72/370/2  n.d. [Feb 1764]; 29 Feb 1764

Contents:
Letter: Sarah Hurlock [to Richard Morland] re the interest due on the leacies of Mrs Vyner and Mr Lepipre
Appended:
Receipt: P. Lepipre to the executors of Mrs Bridges for the sum of £10 for interest due on a legacy of £500

[no title]  10D72/371/1  27 Feb 1764

Contents:
Acknowledgement of receipt: Delicia Vyner to the executors of Mrs Bridges for the sum of £500 in payment of a legacy

[no title]  10D72/371/2  27 Feb 1764

Contents:
Receipt: Delicia Vyner to executors of Mrs Bridges for the sum of £10 in payment of interest due on a sum of £500

[no title]  10D72/372  14 March 1764

Contents:
Cheque: Richard Morland and Sarah Hurlock, London to the cashiers of the Bank of England requesting that £1,000 be placed to the account of Sir George Bridges Rodney, bart

[no title]  10D72/373  14 March 1764

Contents:
Receipts: Maria Newcome and Ann Newcome to the executors of the late Mrs Bridges for the sums of £20 in payment of legacies

[no title]  10D72/374  20 March 1764

Contents:
Receipt: John Burt to the executors of Mrs Bridges for the sum of £7.8.0 which completes payment of the legacy of £20 due to him

[no title]  10D72/375  24 March 1764; 3 April 1764

Contents:
Receipt: Martha Soley to the executors of the late Mrs Anne Bridges for the sum of £200 bequeathed to her by Mrs Bridges will
On the reverse
Receipt: G. H. Grove to Richard Morland for the sum of £170.10.8 being the balance of a legacy and a note of hand from Mrs Soley

[no title]  10D72/376  27 March 1764

Contents:
Receipt: Isaac Akerman, treasurer of the Small Pox Hospital, London to the trustees named in the will of Mrs Bridges for the sum of £50 in payment of a legacy to be applied for the charitable designs of the hospital

[no title]  10D72/377  28 March 1764

Contents:
Receipt: Will. Dewy, treasurer of the Hospital of St Luke near Morefields, London to the trustees named in the will of Mrs Bridges for the sum of £50 being a legacy to be used in the charitable designs of the hospital

[no title]  10D72/378  5 April 1764

Contents:
Receipt: Ann Samuell to the executors of the late Mrs Bridges for the sum of £5 in payment of a legacy
Also
Covering letter: Ann Samuell to Richard Morland in Hatton Garden, London concerning the payment of the sum to her sister Elizabeth Samuell on her behalf

[no title]  10D72/379  18 April 1764

Contents:
Receipt: E. B. Batson to the executors of Mrs Bridges for the sum of £100 bequeathed to Miss Caroline Michell

[no title]  10D72/380/1  24 April 1764; 26 May 1764

Contents:
Receipt: James Rodney to Mrs Hurlock and Mr Morland for the sum of £150 as interest on £6,000
Appended:
Receipt: Henry Sayer to the executors of Mrs Bridges for the sum of £100 as further interest on £6,000 for the use of James Rodney

[no title]  10D72/380/2  13 August 1763; 26 May 1764

signatures crossed out

Contents:
Undertaking by Richard Morland and Sarah Hurlock to pay to James Rodney and Richard Morland the sum of £6,000 in trust for James Rodney and Ann his wife with interest at 5% p.a., on 25 December 1763
Appended:
Note of payment of £6,000 and interest due

[no title]  10D72/381  28 April 1764

Contents:
Receipted bill: Thomas Hernon, apothecary to the executors of Mrs Bridges for the sum of £5.17.0 in payment for remedies delivered to Mrs Bridges, deceased

[no title]  10D72/382  1 May 1764; 4 July 1764

Contents:
Letter: Richard Morland, Hatton Garden to Mr Sutton
He has written out a form of receipt for the signature of himself and his wife
Also:
Receipt as above signed by Thomas and Dorothy Sutton to the executors of the late Mrs Ann Bridges for the sum of £40

[no title]  10D72/383  11 May 1764

Contents:
Account (1762-1763) of Jonathan Boucher with the executors of the Honourable Lady Bridges, deceased

[no title]  10D72/384  17 May 1764

Contents:
Receipt: E Montague Bertie to the executors of the late Mrs Bridges for the sum of 20 guineas given by Mrs Bridges' will to Miss Peris (M B's dau Frances is executrix of the will of Miss Peris)

[no title]  10D72/385  30 May 1764

Contents:
Receipt: G. B. Rodney to Joseph Hurlock and Richard Morland for the sum of £4,000 on account of their bond dated 26 May 1764

[no title]  10D72/386  4 June 1764

Contents:
Receipted bill (22 January 1763): John Lovett, administrator of Mr John Lovett deceased to the executors of the late Mrs Bridges for the sum of £1.18.11 for glazier's work

[no title]  10D72/387  19 June 1764; n.d

Contents:
Receipt: Jane Cowdry to the executors of the late Mrs Bridges for the sum of £10 bequeathed to her
Appended:
Note: that Mrs Cowdry is dead and buried about six weeks ago

[no title]  10D72/388  June 1764

Contents:
Receipt: John Dennis, curate, William Hewett, churchwarden and James Parker, overseer to the parish of Avington to the executors of the late Mrs Bridges for the sum of £20 for one year's money inpursuance of the bequest of £20 p.a. for 7 years to the poor of the parish

[no title]  10D72/389/1  21 July 1764

Contents:
Receipt: William and Elizabeth Blathwayt to James Rodney esq and Mr Morland for the sum of £20 being one year's interest on the sum of £500 bequeathed to Mr Gabriel Lepipre by the will of Mrs Anne Bridges

[no title]  10D72/389/2  23 April 1766; 29 April 1768

Contents:
Receipt: Delicia Vyner to James Rodney esq and Mr Morland for the sum of £30 being interest on a sum of £500 as above
Also:
Receipt for the sum of £20

[no title]  10D72/389/3  11 June 1767


Related information: as 10D72/389/2

Contents:
Receipt for the sum of £20

[no title]  10D72/389/4  1 Feb 1769


Related information: as 10D72/389/2

Contents:
Receipt for the sum of £15.19.2
Also:
Receipt:

[no title]  10D72/390  21 July 1764

Contents:
Receipts: George Bushel and Anne Houghton to the executors of the late Mrs Bridges for the sums of £20 and £5 as legacies left by Mrs Bridges to her servants

[no title]  10D72/391  31 July 1764

Contents:
Receipt: William Whebel to the executors of the late Mrs Bridges for the sum of £5 being a legacy

[no title]  10D72/392  18 Oct 1764

Contents:
Receipt: John Burton, administrator of the effects of Mrs Burton to Richard Morland for the sum of £20 left to Elizabeth Burton by Mrs Bridges

[no title]  10D72/393  1764

Contents:
Receipt: James White to Mr Rodney as executor to the late Mrs Bridges for the sum of £1 for two years quit rent due to the city of Winchester

[no title]  10D72/394  18 Jan 1765

Contents:
Receipt: G. B. Rodney to Joseph Hurlock esq and Richard Morland for the sum of £1,587.16.9 on account of their bond dated 26 May 1764

[no title]  10D72/395  1 Feb 1765; 19 Feb 1765

Document defective: torn in two

Contents:
Letter: G. B. Rodney to Messrs Hurlock & Morland requesting that they pay to Mr Robert Mackreth the sum of £364.0.11 in six weeks time, being the amount due for the bond dated 25 Dec 1764 and interest
On the reverse
Note of Messrs Hurlock & Morland that the above is acceptable for payment
Note of place of payment
Receipt: R. Mackreth for the contents of the [bill] and calculations re interest

[no title]  10D72/396  18 May 1765

Contents:
Receipt: Robert Hopkins to Mr Morland for the sum of £1.1.0 for lighting a lamp at Mrs Bridges' house in Soho Square at the time of her death

[no title]  10D72/397  1765

Contents:
Notes re sum due to Sir George Rodney and calculations re interest

[no title]  10D72/398/1  [24 Feb 1766]; 14 March 1766

Contents:
[Copy] declaration of trust from James Rodney esq and Richard Morland relating to £500 to be laid out in stocks for the benefit of clergymen's children [as stipulated in the will of Mrs Bridges]
Appended:
Receipt: Geo Hayter to James Rodney and Richard Morland for the sum of £17.2.0 in full for interest and dividends on the above sum

[no title]  10D72/398/2-8  1767 - 1778

Contents:
Further receipts as 10D72/398/1

[no title]  10D72/399  11 March 1766

Contents:
Receipt: Edward Montagu to Richard Morland for the sum of £981.15.0 being the consideration for £1,000 pounds shares in reduced annuities

[no title]  10D72/400  5 June 1766

Contents:
Receipt: James Parker to the exeuctors of the late Mrs Bridges for the sum of £5 being a legacy

[no title]  10D72/401/1-2  24 July 1766

Contents:
Account of the rents of Rodney Stoke received, which are accountable to Lord Carnarvon

[no title]  10D72/402  28 April 1768

Contents:
Receipt: John Dennis, curate and James Parker, churchwarden of Avington to Mr Morland, surviving executor of the will of Mrs Bridges, deceased for the sum of £80 being the yearly sum of £20 for 4 years, bequeathed by Mrs Bridges to the parish of Avington

[no title]  10D72/403  5 May 1768

Contents:
Receipt: R. Humpton to Richard Morland esq for the sum of £187.15.0 in consideration of £200 share in consolidated stock

[no title]  10D72/404/1  21 May 1768

Contents:
Declaration of trust from James Rodney esq and Richard Morland relating to £500 to be laid out for the benefit of Mr Gabriel Lepipre

[no title]  10D72/404/2  21 May 1768

Contents:
Receipt: James Rodney and Richard Morland re above sum

[no title]  10D72/405  27 Oct 1768

Contents:
Receipt: John Sandon to Mr Richard Morland esq for the sum of £89.10.0 in consideration of £100 shares in consolidated stock

[no title]  10D72/406  7 Dec 1768

Contents:
Receipt: Mary Readhead to Richard Morland esq for the sum of £357.10.0 in consideration of £400 shares in consolidated stock

[no title]  10D72/407  1766

Contents:
Copy declaration of trust (1 July 1766) of James Rodney esq and Richard Morland, gent relating to £500 to be laid out in stocks for the benefit of the children of poor dissenting ministers pursuant to the will of Mrs Ann Bridges

[no title]  10D72/408/1  1768

Contents:
Form of receipt for shares in consolidated stock
Uncompleted

[no title]  10D72/408/2  21 May 1768

Contents:
Receipt: James Rodney to Richard Morland re sum transferred in trust for Ann Dibsdale

[no title]  10D72/409  2 May 1769

Contents:
Receipt: S. Brooke to Richard Morland esq for the sum of £267.12.6 in consideration of £300 shares in consolidated stock

[no title]  10D72/410/1  15 May 1769

Contents:
Letter: Richard Leversuch, Andover to Richard Morland requesting that he pay £150 to Joshua Tremonger, and place it to his account

[no title]  10D72/410/2  15 May 1769; 13 May 1769

Contents:
Receipt: Richard Leversuch to James Rodney esq and Mr Richard Morland for the sum of £150 for erecting a marble monument in the parish church of Avington, as directed by the will of Mrs Bridges
Also:
Covering letter: Richard Morland [to Richard Leversuch] re the above

[no title]  10D72/411  20 Nov 1769

Contents:
Receipt: John Davis, junior to Richard Morland esq for the sum of £504 in consideration for £600 shares of consolidated stock

[no title]  10D72/412  28 Feb 1770

Contents:
Receipt: Ellis Jones, rector, James Parker, churchwarden to Mr Morland for the sum of £40 being the yearly sum of £20 for two years, as a legacy left by the will of Mrs Bridges to the poor of Avington

[no title]  10D72/413  2 July 1770

Contents:
Receipt: Delicia Vyner to Mr. Morland for the sum of £15.19.0 for the use of Mr Gabriel Lepipre

[no title]  10D72/414  19 March 1771

Contents:
Receipt: [John] Barnes to Richard Morland esq for the sum of £851.5.0 in consideration of £1,000 shares in consolidated stock

[no title]  10D72/415  6 Dec 1771

Contents:
Receipt: Robert Skerritt to Richard Morland esq for the sum of £223.11.9 in consideration of £257 shares in consolidated stock

[no title]  10D72/416/1  15 Jan 1772

Contents:
Receipted bill: Mr Chambers to Richard Morland esq for the sum of £7.10.6 for copies of proceedings in the case Morland v Molesworth concerning the lease of the manor of East Moulsey

[no title or date]  10D72/416/2

Contents:
Copy burial entry of Sarah Hurlock(4 April 1766) taken from Stoke Navington parish register
On the reverse
Note re the showing of this paper to Nathaniel Hollier during the above mentioned court case in Chancery

[no title or date]  10D72/416/3

Contents:
Receipted bill: Joseph Browne and John Morgan to Mr Morland for the sum of £7.4.0 for expenses associated with the above court case

[no title]  10D72/416/4  28 Dec 1773

Contents:
Receipted bill (1770-1773): John Blagden to Richard Morland esq for the sum of £102.17.4 for [solicitor's] expenses incurred in connection with the case in Chancery of Morland v Molesworth

[no title]  10D72/417/1  9 March 1772

Contents:
Declaration of Delicia Vyner concerning her knowledge of the date of birth of Gabriel Lepipre and of his attainment of the age of 21

[no title]  10D72/417/2  27 May 1772

Contents:
Release
1. Gabriel Lepipre
2. James Rodney and Richard Morland
From the legacy of £500 payable under the will of Mrs Anne Bridges

[no title]  10D72/418  28 March 1773

Contents:
Receipted bill: John Blagden to Mr Morland for the sum of £25.10.5 for [solicitor's] expenses incurred re the case of Hurlock and others v Rodney, bart

[no title]  10D72/419  5 Feb 1773

Contents:
Certificate of T. Anguish, Accountant General that James Rodney esq and Richard Morland have paid into the Bank of England the sum of £1,000 each
Also:
Receipt for above sum

[no title]  10D72/420  19 Feb 1773

Contents:
Receipt: John Law to Richard Morland esq for the sum of £609.17.6 in consideration of £700 shares in consolidated stock

[no title]  10D72/421  31 March 1773

Contents:
Receipted bill: John Blagden to Richard Morland for the sum of £25.19.0 being costs relating to the plaintiffs bill of costs [in a court case] re Mrs Bridges' will

[no title]  10D72/422  31 March 1773


Related information: as 10D72/421

Contents:
Receipted bill: relating to the defendant's bill of costs [in a court case] re Mrs Bridges' will

[no title]  10D72/423  2 April 1773; 2 April 1773

Contents:
Receipt: Ellis Jones, rector of Avington to James Rodney esq and Mr Moorland for the sum of £20 for the use of the poor of the parish of Avington and adjoining parishes
Also:
List of items bought for the poor of Avington with the [above mentioned] sum of £20

[no title]  10D72/424  2 April 1773

Contents:
Receipt: Samuel Speed to James Rodney esq and Mr Morland for the sum of £20 for the use of poor and decayed house keepers in the parish of Avington and adjoining parishes
Also:
List of items bought to the value of £20 for the use of the poor of the parish of Marter Wortney

[no title]  10D72/425  2 April 1773

Contents:
Receipt: J. Freer rector of Ovington to James Rodney esq and Mr Morland for the sum of £20 for the use of poor and decayed house keepers of the parish of Avington and adjoining parishes
Also:
List of items bought to the value of £20 for the use of the poor of the parish of Ovington

[no title]  10D72/426  2 April 1773

Contents:
Receipt: Charles Monckton, rector of Easton to James Rodney esq & Mr Morland for the sum of £20 for the use of poor and decayed house keepers of the parish of Avington and adjoining parishes
Also:
List of items bought to the value of £20 for the use of the parish of Easton

[no title]  10D72/427  2 April 1773

Contents:
Receipt: Ellis Jones, rector of Avington and curate of Itchin to James Rodney esq and Mr Morland for the sum of £20 for the use of the poor and decayed house keepers of the parish of Avington and adjoining parishes
Also:
List of items bought to the value of £20 for the use of the poor of Itchin

[no title]  10D72/428  2 April 1773

Contents:
Receipt: Peter Smith, vicar of Itchin Stoke to James Rodney esq and Mr Morland for the sum of £20 for the use of the poor and decayed house keepers of the parish of Avington and adjoining parishes
Also:
List of items bought to the value of £20 for the use of the poor of Itchin Stoke

[no title]  10D72/429  28 May 1773

Contents:
Receipt: ?Dartrey to Richard Morland esq for the sum of £432.10.0 in consideration of £500 shares of consolidated stock

[no title]  10D72/430  5 June 1773

Contents:
Receipt: ?James Tomkinson to Mr Morland for the sum of £124.7.0 on account of business done in the case of Stephens v Hurlock

[no title]  10D72/431  28 Dec 1773

Contents:
Receipted bill: John Blagden to Richard Morland, executor of Mrs Bridges for the sum of £3.11.6 for [solicitor's] expenses, including some incurred in the court cases of Jackson v Hurlock, and Deane v The Duke of Chandos

[no title]  10D72/432  28 Dec 1773

Contents:
Receipted bill: John Blagden to Richard Morland esq for the sum of £18.11.3 for various [solicitor's] expenses, including some incurred in the case of Rodney, bart v Morland & Hurlock

[no title]  10D72/433  28 Dec 1773

Contents:
Receipted bill: John Blagden to Richard Morland esq for the sum of £17.11.8 for [solicitor's] expenses, marked "The Defendants bill of costs" in the case Hurlock v Morland

[no title]  10D72/434  28 Dec 1773

Contents:
Receipted bill: as 10D72/433 for the sum of £23.3.1 marked "The Plaintiff's Bill of Costs"

[no title]  10D72/435  27 May 1774

Contents:
Receipt: Joseph ?Pinter to Richard Morland esq for the sum of £865 in consideration of £1,000 shares of consolidated stock

[no title]  10D72/436  28 March 1775

Contents:
Receipted bill: John Blagden to Mr Morland for the sum of £2.17.8 for [solicitor's] expenses incurred in the case of Morland v Molesworth

[no title]  10D72/437  28 March 1775

Contents:
Receipted bill: John Blagden to Mr Morland for the sum of £3.12.2 for [solicitor's] expenses incurred in the case of Hurlock v Morland

[no title]  10D72/438  9 May 1775

Contents:
Receipt: Henry Lowndes to Richard Morland esq for the sum of £708 in consideration of £800 shares in consolidated stock

[no title]  10D72/439  9 July 1776

Contents:
Receipt: R. ?Fairswth to Richard Morland esq for the sum of £333 in consideration of £400 shares in consolidated stock

[no title]  10D72/440  1776

Contents:
Bill: [John Blagden to the estate of Mrs Bridges] for the sum of £32.2.1 for [solicitor's] expenses incurred in the cases of Hurlock & Morland v Rodney and Hurlock v Rodney & the Duke of Chandos & others

[no title]  10D72/441  13 June 1777

Contents:
Receipt: Mary Godfrey to Richard Morland esq for the sum of £158.15.0 in consideration of £200 shares of consolidated stock

[no title]  10D72/442  13 Feb 1778

Contents:
Receipt: Edward Bower to Richard Morland esq for the sum of £141.15.0 in consideration of £200 shares in consolidated stock

[no title]  10D72/443  30 Nov 1790

Contents:
Note by E. Woodcock and Thos. Lewis re vouchers of Mr Morland's account as the surviving executor of Mrs Bridges

[no title]  10D72/444  21 Oct 1791

Contents:
Letters of administration appointing Joseph Hurlock esq as administrator of the estate of William Robinson

[no title]  10D72/445  25 Aug 1795

Contents:
Letter: Tho[mas] Lewis, Grays Inn to Edmund Cradock Hartopp esq, Four Oakes, Coleshill, Staffordshire concerning Mr Morland's vouchers and the signing of the accounts

[no title]  10D72/446  Michaelmas 1844

Document defective: cover affected by damp and insects

Contents:
Account book detailing account of Thomas Miles with Sir E. C. Hartopp, bart., giving rentals with names of tenants and amounts paid for land and cottages in Knighton, Aston Newbold Verdon, Gumley, Freeby, Brentingby, Wyfordby, Burton Lazars, Gaudaloupe, and Belton, co Rutland

PAPERS OF SIR EDMUND CRADOCK HARTOPP, 1ST BARONET  [no ref. or date]

General  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  10D72/447  n.d. [c1777]

Contents:
Details of the estates of the late Joseph Cradock esq at Aston Flamville and Knighton to be settled subject to Lady Hartopp's additional jointure of £600. Also note of proviso that whoever takes this estate and the Hartopp estate shall take the name Cradock-Hartopp, and those taking this estate only the name of Cradock

[no title]  10D72/448/1  7 April 1778

Contents:
Receipt: Tho Chapman for the Exchange-banking Company, London to Joseph Bunney esq on account of Edmund Cradock Hartopp esq for the sum of £500

[no title]  10D72/448/2  16 April 1778

Contents:
Receipt as above for the sum of £500

[no title]  10D72/449  30 Oct 1778

Contents:
Account (1777-1778) of Edmund Cradock Hartopp esq. amounting to £490

[no title]  10D72/450  13 May 1779

Document defective: bottom right hand corner torn away

Contents:
Bond
1. Joseph Bunney of the Newark near the borough of Leicester, esq
2. Edmund Cradock Hartopp esq (his son) in the sum of £3,000 for the payment of £1,500 and interest at 5% p.a.

[no title]  10D72/451  18 Sept 1779

Contents:
Receipt: Edmund Cradock Hartopp to Joseph Bunney for the sum of £150 being one half year's rent
Also:
Receipt: as above for the sum of £148.16.0 which reduces the sum owed to him to £1,000
Also:
Receipt as above for the sum of £20 being interest money due

[no title]  10D72/452  6 Oct [17]79


Related information: found inside 10D72/453

Contents:
Letter: N. Waterman, Ellesborn to Mr Bunney, Leicester giving his concurrence to building a vault in the centre of the church at Aston Flamville. He refers to a dispute about the ownership of trees [the dispute appears to be between Mr Hartopp and the rector]

[no title]  10D72/453  30 Oct 1779

Contents:
Faculty for Edmund Cradock Hartopp esq to make a vault or burying place in the parish church of Aston Flamville and to put new pews in the church

[no title]  10D72/454  Nov [17]79


Related information: found inside 10D72/453

Contents:
Plan of the vault

[no title]  10D72/455  6 Dec 1779


Related information: found inside 10D72/453

Contents:
Receipted bill: J. Stockdale to Edmund Cradock Hartopp esq for the sum of £5.15.11 being the cost of obtaining a faculty to make a vault in the parish church of Aston Flamville and to put new pews in the church

[no title]  10D72/456  11 Dec 1779

Contents:
Receipt: Edmund Cradock Hartopp to Joseph Bunney esq for the sum of £320 by a bill of exchange upon Robert Child esq & Co, and the remaining sum owed to him is £680

[no title]  10D72/457  16 Feb 1780

Contents:
Letter: Edmund Cradock Hartopp to his father to say that he has received the money and thank him for accommodating him. He gives news of the health of his wife and baby. His mother is well and talks of returning to Bath.
Also:
Receipt: Edmund Cradock Hartopp to Joseph Bunney esq for a bill of exchange for £100 drawn upon Robert Child & Co

[no title]  10D72/458  24 March 1780

Contents:
Receipt: Edmund Cradock Hartopp to Joseph Bunney esq for the sum of £150 for one half year's rent

[no title]  10D72/459  27 June 1780; 12 July 1780

Contents:
Receipt: Edmund Cradock Hartopp to Joseph Bunney esq for the sum of £95, reducing the sum he owes by his note to £500
Also:
Letter: Edmund Cradock Hartopp to his father. Enquires after his health. His family are well and his daughter is being weaned - some details given. Social news.
Also Appended:
Receipt: Edmund Cradock Hartopp to Joseph Bunney esq for the sum of £100 reducing the sum he owes by his note to £400

[no title]  10D72/460  15 Oct 1781

Contents:
Receipt: Edmund Cradock Hartopp to Joseph Bunney esq for the sum of £150 due for one half year's rent

[no title]  10D72/461  1 Dec 1781

Contents:
Receipt: Edmund Cradock Hartopp to Joseph Bunney esq for the sum of £37.8.0 being interest on a note for £595

[no title]  10D72/462  4 July 1785

Contents:
Memorandum of deeds taken to Merevale by E. Hartopp

[no title]  10D72/463/1  20 April 1798

Contents:
Note from Mrs Scott, Birmingham to Sir E. Hartopp, Fouroaks thanking him and enclosing a receipt

[no title]  10D72/463/2  17 April 1798

Contents:
Receipt: Ann Scott to Sir E. C. Hartopp for the sum of £22 for one year's rent of Crane Moors Farm, pa. Sutton Coldfield

[no title]  10D72/464/1  June - July 179[-]

Contents:
Account by John Lynes of receipts and disbursements made by the order of Sir Edmund C. Hartopp, bart and Thos Pares esq

[no title]  10D72/464/2  28 July 1798

Contents:
Receipted bill: John Hood to Sir E. C. Hartopp, bart for the sum of £2.15.6 for game, and carriage and booking in relation to same

[no title]  10D72/465  8 Nov [17]98

Document defective: hole in centre, torn on the opening of the seal

Contents:
Letter: Fra[ncis] Blick, Bonehill to Sir Edmund C. Hartopp bart, M.P., Exmouth giving an account of the ailment to which Edmund has just succumbed, and of the treatment ordered by Mr Bage and Mr Terry. Assures him that they will do all that is necessary for him

[no title]  10D72/466  11 Nov 1798

Document defective: small hole in centre where the seal has been opened

Contents:
Letter: Fra[ncis] Blick to Sir E. C. Hartopp, bart, M.P., Exmouth to inform him that his son Edmund's health is improving and his rash is receding. He should be completely well in a few days.

[no title]  10D72/467  17 Nov 1798

Document defective: small hole where seal has been broken

Contents:
Letter: Fra[ncis] Blick, Bonehill to Sir E. C. Hartopp, bart M.P., at Messrs Child & Co, bankers, London. Edmund is completely recovered. Mr Terry believes the disease may have been scarletina. He is being treated with bark. He is unlikely to be able to receive Mr Gun's son within 12 months as he already has more young gentlemen on his list than he can take under his care in that time. Discusses a speech of Mr Peel's which is being published in hand bills and the newspapers

[no title]  10D72/468  Nov 1798

Document defective: hole at centre, caused by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: Fra[ncis] Blick, Bonehill to Sir E. C. Hartopp bart., M.P., Exmouth informing him that Edmund is recovering, and describing his present symptoms. The young ladies [Sir Edmund's daughters] have called but it was not thought prudent for them to see their brother

[no title]  10D72/469/1  1798

Contents:
Bill: [Townshend] to Sir E. C. Hartopp for the sum of £18.13.8½ for work at the wood (including felling, marking faggots, scouring ditches)

[no title or date]  10D72/469/2

Contents:
List of items received for Sir E.C. Hartopp, bart and cost of same

[no title]  10D72/470  n.d. [1798]

Document defective: hole torn on one edge by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: Bentley and Buxton to Sir Edmund C Hartopp, bart, M.P., House of Commons, London concerning an overdraft

[no title]  10D72/471  1798 - 1799

Contents:
Account of receipts and disbursements by order of Sir Edmund C Hartopp, bart and Thomas Pares esq, compiled by John Lynes [?re estate at Newbold]

[no title]  10D72/472  8 April 1799

Document defective: small hole torn in body of document by opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Willington, Tamworth to Sir E C Hartopp bart, Four Oaks Hall concerning money and accommodation and expressing his sympathy at the accident to his leg Also note of amounts owed to a number of people (being clients of T.W.)

[no title]  10D72/473  9 April 1799

Contents:
Letter: Ann Scott, Birmingham to Sir Edmund Hartop, Four Oaks Hall near Sutton Coldfield acknowledging receipt of his draft for £22 and requesting details of the incident which prevented his coming to town

[no title]  10D72/474/1  6 June 1799

Contents:
Letter: Robert Burnaby, Leicester to Sir E C Hartop, bart, M.P., no 29 St Albans Street, London. He has learnt that he is disappointed in his hopes of the living of Ravenstone but thanks him for his endeavours on his behalf

[no title or date]  10D72/474/2

Document defective: portion torn away at top where seal has been opened

Contents:
Separate sheet of paper used as envelope

[no title]  10D72/475  July 1799

Contents:
Accounts [for the Newbold estate] of receipts and disbursements by order of Sir Edmund C Hartopp, bart, and Thomas Pares esq

[no title]  10D72/476  14 Dec 1799

Contents:
Letter: S.S.Baxter, Furnivalls to Sir Edmund [C.Hartopp] concerning the payment of rent of Mr Coxe, and difficulty about the notice to quit issued to Mr Benton

[no title]  10D72/477  18 Dec 1799

Contents:
Letter: Richard Massey, Mountsorrel [to Sir Edmund C. Hartopp] concerning his wish to enter into the Excise [as a means of employment]. He has found upon enquiry that he is a few months older than he thought

[no title]  10D72/478/1-2  [?20 Dec] 1799

Document defective: hole torn on edge of one sheet, owing to opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: G T -, James street [London] to Sir Edmund C Hartopp, bart, Four oaks, Litchfield concerning the appointment of Mr Massey at Mountsorrel as an exciseman

[no title]  10D72/479  25 Dec 1799

Contents:
Letter: John Johnson, Leicester to [Sir Edmund C Hartopp] Mr Pares would like to meet him before the subscribers' meeting. He offers to forward the drawings

[no title]  10D72/480  17[99]

Contents:
Account of Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp's [yearly] landtax payments

[no title]  10D72/481  1799

Contents:
Copy receipted account (8 Jan 1799): Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart to Mr Thomas Page for the sum of £174.4.4½ for rent, offset by bills for repairs and land tax paid

[no title]  10D72/482  1799

Contents:
Copy receipted accounts (17 July 1798 and 15 January 1799): Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart to Mr William Crispe for two sums of £45 offset by payments for repairs and landtax

[no title]  10D72/483  n.d. [late 18th

Contents:
Notes giving details of a number of deeds relating to a sum of £1,500 under settlement

[no title]  10D72/484  n.d.?[late 18th

Contents:
Calculation of the profits of an E. India ship, supposing the original cost of building and fitting to be a certain sum and the freight to amount to £21,000 each voyage.

[no title]  10D72/485  7 Jan 1800

Contents:
Letter: Jas. Wood, rector of Wyfordby at Marston near Ampthill [co. Beds to Sir Edmund Hartopp] thanking him for the draft in payment of tithes due.

[no title]  10D72/486  24 Jan 1800

Document defective: small tear in body of document, caused by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: Charles Meredith, Leicester to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart, M.P., House of Commons, London informing him that an additional sum is to be raised by subscription to enable the completion of the New Hotel and Assembly Rooms. He lists gentlemen who have already applied for the shares and requests to know if he would be willing to lend £100 and become one of the trustees of the estate

[no title]  10D72/487  n.d. [Jan 1800]

printed

Contents:
List of subscribers to the intended hotel and assembly rooms in the town of Leicester

[no title]  10D72/488/1-2  12 Feb 1800

Contents:
Letter: W Heyrick, Norfolk St [London] to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart, St Alban's Street [London]. He hears that he has taken offence at his conduct towards him and sets out an explanation of the same. Encloses also an extract of a letter from Mr Lowdham to himself

[no title or date]  10D72/488/3

Document defective: hole torn on edge of one sheet where the seal has been opened

Contents:
Extract letter

[no title]  10D72/489  17 Feb [1800]

Document defective: hole torn in top left hand corner, by opening the seal

Contents:
Note from M[aster] Gen[era]l Hastings, Harley St, [London] to Sir Ed Hartopp, St Albans St, [London] apologizing for not being able to see him when he called because of illness

[no title]  10D72/490  28 Feb 1800

Contents:
Letter: Robert Burnaby, Leicester to Sir Edmund [Hartopp] requesting that he intervene with Mr Pitt on his behalf with reference to the vacancy of the living of Lutterworth. The Bishop of Lincoln is willing to testify to his character

[no title]  10D72/491/1-2  6 March 1800

Document defective: hole torn on edge of one sheet, by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: Robert Burnaby, Leicester to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart, M.P., 52 Welbeck St, London thanking him for his letter

[no title]  10D72/492/1-2  18 March 1800

Document defective: hole torn on side of one sheet, by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: John Cleathing, Thorpe Arnold to Sir E.C. Hartopp bart, M.P., Welbeck Street, London concerning the misconduct of E.C.H.'s agent and the purchase of [some land]

[no title]  10D72/493  n.d. [March 1800

Contents:
Rough list of names re renewed land tax lists

[no title]  10D72/494  22 April 1800

Document defective: portion torn off on one edge and tear caused by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: Clement Winstanley, Branston House to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, House of Commons, Westminster asking him to recommend John Godfrey to the Excise Board for a place. Miss Winstanley is very unwell

[no title]  10D72/495  22 May 1800

Contents:
Bill: Martha Webb of Hammersmith to Sir Edmund Hartopp for the sum of £3.8.6 for chairs and carriage

[no title]  10D72/496/1  5 Nov 1800

Contents:
Notice to Sir Edmund Hartopp, Sutton Coldfield of the surcharge due from him by way of assessed taxes, the sum detailed amounting to £11.18.0

[no title or date]  10D72/496/2-4

Contents:
Calculations and details re Sir E.C. Hartopp's payment of various taxes

[no title]  10D72/497  Dec 1800

Document defective: hole torn at top, by opening the seal

Contents:
Sheet of paper used as envelope to a letter from J. Farmer to Sir E.C. Hartopp, bart

[no title]  10D72/498  1800

Contents:
Account [1799-1800] of receipts and disbursements by the order of Sir Edmund C. Hartopp, bart and Thomas Pares esq [?re Newbold estate]

[no title]  10D72/499  n.d.[c1800]

Document defective: hole torn at top, where the seal has opened

Contents:
Sheet of paper used as envelope, addressed to Sir Edmund Craddock Hartopp, bart, 12 Cumberland Place, with Mr Richard Abbot's compliments and thanks

[no title]  10D72/500  n.d. [c1800]

Document defective: hole torn at top, where the seal has been opened

Contents:
Sheet of paper used as envelope, addressed to Sir E.C. Hartopp, bart, Blake's Hotel, Jermyn St, [London]

[no title]  10D72/501  n.d. [c1800]

Documents defective: hole torn in body of document by opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Pares, junior, Leicester to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart, House of Commons, London apologising for leaving without seeing him and asking that he let him know if he needs the papers before his return

[no title]  10D72/502  n.d. [?c1800]

Contents:
List of persons names with a note of whether they are alive or not and a number of queries [relating to a sum of £1500]
On the reverse:
Note "Mr Foston's queries"

[no title]  10D72/503  n.d. [?c1800]

Document defective: hole in body of document caused by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Pares, junior to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, Cumberland Place to inform him that he has to leave town and therefore cannot call upon him

[no title]  10D72/504  1800 - 1801

Contents:
Bill: Thomas Pearson to Sir E.C. Hartopp, bart for paper of various types

[no title]  10D72/505  7 Jan 1801

Document defective: hole torn in body of document by the opening of the seal

Contents:
Letter: Francis Blick, Bonehill to Sir E.C. Hartopp, bart, M.P., 12 Cumberland Place, Portman Square, London thanking him for his trouble in franking the papers. The health of [Sir Edmund's son] William. He is intending to visit London

[no title]  10D72/506  20 Jan 1801

Contents:
List of the inhabitants of the parish of Narborough. Gives the name and occupation of each male and unmarried or widowed female. Other details given are whether or not each male has a wife, and the number of children, servants, apprentices and lodger each has.
[An indication of the religious denomination of each named person is also given]
Two entries at the end of the list relate to Cosby

[no title]  10D72/507  20 Jan 1801

Contents:
As 10D72/506, for Huncote

[no title]  10D72/508  n.d. [20 Jan 1801]

Contents:
List of marriages in pa. Narborough 1700-1800

[no title]  10D72/509  13 Feb 1801

printed

Contents:
Account of trade and expenditure of the Basingstoke Canal Navigation Company for 1800 and notice of the next quarterly general meeting

[no title]  10D72/510  16 Feb 1801

Document defective: large tear to one side


Related information: see 10D72/506-508 for above enclosures

Contents:
Letter: William Pares, Narborough to Sir E.C. Hartopp, bart enclosing a detailed list of all the inhabitants of the parish along with a copy of the parish register 1700-1800. He is sorry that Mr Pitt has been lost.

[no title]  10D72/511/1  19 April 1801

Document defective: hole torn in body of document by seal being opened

Contents:
Letter: Francis Blick, Bonehill to Sir E.C. Hartopp, bart M.P., House of Commons, London to say that William is well. Reports on a meeting relating to Master Holford's proposed decree, the objections to same put forward by Mr Clarke which agree with those of E.C.H., and the outcome of the meeting. Views on foreign affairs, and hopes for peace

[no title]  10D72/511/2  5 May 1801

Contents:
Letter: Francis Blick, Bonehill [to Sir E C Hartopp] with views on foreign affairs. Gives news of William [E.C.H.'s son]. Mentions the matter of interest which passes through Mr Abington's hands and Bedford and Clarke's respective associations with the Erdington enclosure petition. News of Matilda and Louisa [dau.'s of E.C.H.] and of his own family [Edmund, another son of E.C.H. is at Rugby]

[no title]  10D72/512  1 May 1801

Contents:
Letter: Lewisham, Blackheath to [Sir Edmund Hartopp] declining his kind proposal

[no title]  10D72/513  9 May 1801

Document defective: small tear on back page

Contents:
Letter: Thos Willington, Tamworth to Sir E.C. Hartopp, bart M.P., London acknowledging receipt of draft for Mr Dester and Mrs Collins's interest, and discussing the same

[no title]  10D72/514  12 May 1801

Document defective: tear where the seal has been removed

Contents:
Letter: Nathaniel Moxon, excise-expectant and J Moxon, steward to Willoughby Dixie, esq, Market Bosworth to Sir Edmund Craddock Hartopp, bart, M.P. He is presently unemployed and without a home and requests that he mention him to his worthy friend Mr Cholmondley

[no title]  10D72/515  12 May 1801

Contents:
Letter: S. Partridge, General Hospital, Birmingham to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, M.P., 12 Cumberland Place, Portman Square, London requesting his attendance at the hospital on urgent business

[no title]  10D72/516  14 May 1801

Document defective: hole torn in back when seal opened

Contents:
Letter: G.W.B. Bohun, Beccles to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, M.P., House of Commons requesting to know whether he is still interested in selling a farm at Gelderstone

[no title]  10D72/517  18 May 1801

Document defective: hole torn in body of document, caused by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: Ann Bradsworth, Leicester to Sir E.C. Hartopp, bart, M.P., 12 Cumberland Place, Portman Square, London asking him where he would like the cream cheese sent, and enclosing an insolent note which she has received from S. Smith, asking his advice concerning a reply

[no title]  10D72/518  n.d. [c18 May 1801]

Contents:
Note from S. Smith, Leicester to Mrs Bradsworth concerning the insinuation made by Miss Hawley that she is pregnant

[no title]  10D72/519  21 May 1801

Document defective: portion torn away to one side where the seal has been opened

Contents:
Letter: Mary Bunney to her son, Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp bart, M.P., 12 Cumberland Place, Portman Square, London. She looks forward to receiving him and his daughters. Her health. News of acquaintences

[no title]  10D72/520/1-2  21 May 1801

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Bunney, St Margaret's, Leicester to Sir Edmund Craddock, Hartopp, bart, M.P., House of Commons, London re his suit in Chancery with Mr Franks for having obtained the lease of Misterton tithes fraudulently, and the best means to proceed in the case

[no title]  10D72/521  23 May [1801]

Document defective: portion torn away at one edge when the seal was opened

Contents:
Letter: Francis Blick, Bonehill to Sir E.C. Hartopp, bart, M.P., 12 Cumberland Place, Portman Square, London concerning the questions he must answer and the terrier he must draw up before the intended visitation of Halesworth by the Bishop of Norwich the following month

[no title]  10D72/522/1-2  24 May 1801

Document defective: portion torn to one side of one sheet where the seal has been opened

Contents:
Letter: [?Guy], Little Aston Hall near Litchfield to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, Great Cumberland Place, London informing him that Solomon Smith of Four Oaks has had a fire at his house and shop, and that a subscription has been started for him

[no title]  10D72/523/1-2  31 May 1801

Document defective: hole torn to one side by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: [?Guy], Little Aston Halls to Sir Edmund Hartopp bart, Cumberland Place, London thanking him for his contribution towards the relief of Solomon Smith

[no title]  10D72/524/1-2  31 May 1801

Document defective: hole torn on edge of one sheet where the seal has been opened

Contents:
Letter: E Dawson, Matlock to Sir Edmund Hartopp, M.P., 12 Cumberland Place, London thanking him for his congratulations and assuring him of his good wishes

[no title]  10D72/525  May 1801

Document defective: hole torn in body of document by opening the seal

Contents:
Circular letter: Elizabeth Davies, 78 St James's Street [London] to Sir Edmund Hartopp acquainting him with the dissolution of the partnership between Messrs Mouys and Davies, hatters of St James's Street owing to the death of her husband

[no title]  10D72/526  2 June 1801

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Holbecke, Sutton Coldfield to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, House of Commons, London concerning his order for hair powder certificates for his servants

[no title]  10D72/527  3 June 1801

Document defective: hole torn on one edge, caused by opening of the seal

Contents:
Letter: E Unwin, Mansfield to Sir E C Hartopp, bart, M.P. House of Commons requesting the pleasure of the company of William and his two youngest sisters during their school holidays. Family news

[no title]  10D72/528/1-2  4 June 1801

Document defective: hole torn on edge of second sheet, where seal has been opened

Contents:
Letter: I Lawley, Castle Bromwich to Sir Edmund C Hartopp Cumberland Place, London requesting his opinion on an offer he has received of a house in Berkley Square and the price for the same. He is looking forward to the pleasure of the company of Miss Louisa and her sister in their next holidays and would also be happy to see William

[no title]  10D72/529  8 June 1801

Document defective: small tear on one edge, caused by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: J Lawley to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, Cumberland Place, London informing him of his proposals re the purchase of a house and thanking him for his advice

[no title]  10D72/530  9 June 1801

Document defective: hole torn in body of document by opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: Mary Bunney to her son Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp bart, 12 Cumberland Place, Portman Square, London concerning her ill-health and the taking of a house. News of acquaintances

[no title]  10D72/531  10 June [1801]

Document defective: small hole torn in body of document by opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: Randolph, Bath to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, Cumberland Place, Portman Square, London asking that he let him know when all is ready as his brother is anxious to begin his education

[no title]  10D72/532  16 June [1801]

Contents:
Letter: J Lawley, Castle B [to Sir Edmund Hartopp] Gives news of E H's children

[no title]  10D72/533  1801

Contents:
Bill: T & S Richars to Sir Edmund Hartopp for the sum of £6.5.6 for supplying and repairing various items

[no title]  10D72/534  n.d. [c1801]

Contents:
Notes re Mr Cradock's £10,000 trust money

[no title]  10D72/535/1  n.d. [?1801]

Document defective: hole torn by opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: ?C L J, [Leicester] to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, House of Commons, London commenting on ?G Hanger's book which he found amusing and returning the Leicester tale and speculating on whom its author might be

[no title]  10D72/535/2  n.d. [?1801]

printed


Related information: ? being the poetry referred to in 10D72/536

Contents:
Booklet: A Leicester Tale told in verse

[no title]  10D72/536/1-2  n.d. [?1801]

Contents:
Letter: Robert Lawley [Leicester] to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, House of Commons, London enclosing for him a copy of a poem written about a laughable incident which happened to Dr Burnaby, one of E H's constituents

[no title]  10D72/537  7 Jan 1802

Contents:
Letter: John Simpson, Dudley to Sir Edmund [C Hartopp] Social news. He is afraid the severe weather will prevent his meeting him at Leicester. He thanks him for his Parliamentary services, and hopes that the peace of the county will not be disturbed

[no title]  10D72/538/1  20 Jan 1802

Contents:
Letter: John Simpson, Dudley to Sir Edmund [C Hartopp] M.P., Four Oaks, Great Sutton [Warwickshire] enquiring after his health, fearing that his leg is not quite sound. He gives his address at London, which he is shortly going to

[no title or date]  10D72/538/2

Document defective: tear at top, where seal has been opened

Contents:
Separate sheet used as envelope

[no title]  10D72/539/1-2  10 April 1802

Contents:
Note addressed to Sir Edmund Hartopp concerning various drugs

[no title]  10D72/540  4 June [1802]

Contents:
Letter: John Owen, Fulham to Sir Edmund C Hartopp, bart giving a list of books needed for the time when E H's son joins him [for part of his education]

[no title]  10D72/541  March 1805

Contents:
List of members of the University College Club (Oxford) with the date of each member's admission to the college, county and London residence, public situations and date of death (where applicable). Includes Sir Edmund B C Hartop, bart

[no title]  10D72/542  n.d. [c.1806]

Contents:
Bill of Costs of Parles, Miles and Co with regard to the Act of Parliament for the exchange of land of E C Hartopp at Burton Lazars for that of Edward Hartopp Wigley at Freeby, 1805-1806
Also Bill of costs of Lowdham and Cardale with respect to the sale

[no title]  10D72/543  24 Sept 1807

Contents:
Undertaking of Henry Brooke, pa. Henbury, co Glouc, esq acknowledging that Rev William Sandford of pa. Clifton co Glouc, clerk has on this day delivered to him an indenture of lease dated 26 March 1807 for property which he has leased in pa Clifton

[no title]  10D72/544  c.1809

Contents:
Abstract of title (1807-1809) to a leasehold dwelling house and premises in Cornwallis Crescent, pa. Clifton co. Gloucs

[no title]  10D72/545  post 1809

Contents:
Copy probate (1 Dec 1809) of the will (15 Nov 1797) of Rev William Sandford of Castlerea of Roscommon, clerk with codicils made on 4 Oct 1803, 13 March 1809 and 18 June 1809

[no title]  10D72/546/1  24 July 1815

Contents:
Receipt: Edward Sloper to Mrs Sandford for the sum of £47.5.0 for ground rent 29 Sept 1812 to 29 Sept 1815

[no title]  10D72/546/2  20 Sept 1815

Contents:
Receipt: Anthony Cross to Mrs Jane Sandford for the sum of £22.4.3 for a half year's consolidated assessed taxes

[no title or date]  10D72/546/3

Contents:
Paper marked "Clifton Church Pew No 6 Certificate Sir Edmund Hartopp Bart", which has other additional notes on it also

[no title]  10D72/547  1839

Contents:
Note re sending of deeds in 1815 and 1839 to various individuals

[no title]  10D72/548  24 Sept 1808

Contents:
Appointment of George Harry Fleetwood Hartopp as captain of a company in the First Regiment of Local Militia of the county of Warwick

[no title]  10D72/549  n.d. [c1811]

Contents:
Bill of costs [Miles, Alston & Miles] in the suit in Chancery of Wood Clerk v Simpson and others respecting Wifordby tithes, 1801-1811

[no title]  10D72/550/1  1814

Contents:
Account book of Edmund Cradock Hartopp's executorship of the will of his daughter Eliza Bankes Hartopp, who died at Torquay 4 December 1814 and was buried at Exeter Cathedral 10 December 1814

[no title]  10D72/550/2  10 April 1815

Contents:
Copy from the British Register of Burials in the city of Lisbon, made by H.M. Chaplain at Lisbon recording the burial of Frances, fourth dau of Sir E C Hartopp of Four Oaks Hall, co Warwick and Dame Anne his wife on 31 March 1815

[no title]  10D72/551/1-2  within 15 days of 10 Nov 1815

2 copies

No signatures

Contents:
Westminster
[Draft] Final Concord
Plaintiff: Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart
Deforceants: William Scott esq and Alicia his wife John Scott and Sarah his wife and James Scott, clerk
When the deforceants acknowledged 2 messuages, 2 barns, 1 garden, 30 acres of land, 30 acres of meadow, 30 acres of pasture and common of pasture for cattle with appurtenances in pa. Sutton Coldfield to be the property of the plaintiff
Consideration: £120

[no title]  10D72/552  n.d. [c. 1828]

Contents:
Bill; Miles, Alson and Miles to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp for the sum of £259.8.2 re law charges connected with the purchase of Gumley estate, 1823-1828

[no title]  10D72/553  n.d. [post 1831

Contents:
Detailed list of bills of Pares, Miles and Co to Sir E C Hartopp, bart for law charges for the period 1802-1831

[no title]  10D72/554  n.d. [?early 19th c

Contents:
Rough financial calculations

[no title]  10D72/555  24 Sept 1831

Contents:
Letter: Samuel Miks, Leicester to Sir E C Hartopp, bart relating to E C H's finances and mentioning their partnership with the late Mr Pares

[no title]  10D72/556  n.d. [early 19th c

Contents:
[Notes or part of letter: Sir Edmund Hartopp to ?] re the trusteeship of an estate on behalf of minors

Political  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  10D72/557  19 Sept 1798

Contents:
[Copy extract of] letter: [Sir Edmund Hartopp], Leicester to Lord Aylesford. He has heard the news of Mr Pochin's death and applies for Lord Aylesford's support at the ensuing election

[no title]  10D72/558  19 Sept 1798


Related information: Content as 10D72/557 although wording varies

Contents:
[Copy extract of] letter: [Sir Edmund Hartopp] to Lord Radnor.

[no title]  10D72/559  20 Sept [...] [17]9

Contents:
[Draft copy] letter: [Sir Edmund Hartopp] to Lady Ch[arlot]te Curzon informing her that he proposes to offer his services in the present vacancy for the county and requesting her support

[no title]  10D72/560  20 Sept [17]98


Related information: Content as 10D72/557 although wording varies.

Contents:
[Copy] letter: [Sir Edmund Hartopp], Leicester to Mr Simpson.
Refers to the recipient's health

[no title]  10D72/561  22 Sept [17]98


Related information: Content as 10D72/557 although wording varies

Contents:
[Copy] letter: [Sir Edmund Hartopp], Leicester to Mr Reek

[no title]  10D72/562  22 Sept [17]98


Related information: Content as 10D72/557 although wording varies

Contents:
[Copy] letter: [Sir Edmund Hartopp], Leicester to Captain Morris, Enniskillen Drag[oons], Rumford, Essex.

[no title]  10D72/563/1  22 Sept 1798

Contents:
Letter: [?Duke of] Portland, London to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart, Leicester. He has received his letter stating his intention to offer his services to represent the county of Leicester. As he has no property in the county he does not venture any opinion but is always glad to hear of the success of those who have Lord Stamfield's friendship

[no title]  10D72/563/2  22 Sept 1798

Document defective: portion torn off at top when the seal was broken

Contents:
Separate sheet of paper used as envelope

[no title]  10D72/564  23 Sept [17]98

Contents:
[Copy] letter: [Sir Edmund Hartopp], Leicester to the Lord of Moira setting out his case for putting himself forward to fill the present vacancy in the representation of the county and requesting his support

[no title]  10D72/565  Sept - Oct 1798

The letters are tied together by tape threaded through the top left-hand corner of each

Contents:
File of letters addressed to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp as candidate in the Parliamentary election for the county of Leicester, being mainly letters promising support

[no title]  10D72/566  Sept - Oct 1798


Related information: as 10D72/565

Contents:
File of letters

[no title]  10D72/567  Sept - Oct 1798

Contents:
File of correspondence, many letters being written by the Rutland family at Belvoir Castle, concerning their support for Sir Edmund C Hartopp in his endeavour to be elected Member of Parliament for Leicestershire to fill the vacancy left by the death of Mr Pochin, and their attempts to get others also to support Sir Edmund

[no title]  10D72/568/1  2 Oct 1798

Contents:
Letter: Wm Hood, Chancery Lane, London to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart, Leicester promising his support for him if he is able to be at Leicester on the day of nomination or the day of the election

[no title]  10D72/568/2  2 Oct 1798

Contents:
Letter: Wm Hood to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp marked "private letter" and sent with the above as the above may be opened officially. He writes as a friend and urges him not to place himself in such a position that he feels he must proceed at all costs [with his bid to become an M.P.] for this may much impair his future happiness

[no title]  10D72/569/1  3 Oct [17]98

Contents:
Letter: A. Bracebridge, Atherstone to Sir Edmund Craddock Hartopp, bart, Four Oakes Hall, Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire concerning votes which he is attempting to secure for him. He hears that Mr Phillips may have withdrawn. He asks to be informed of the day of nomination. Social news and remarks upon the success of Admiral Nelson

[no title or date]  10D72/569/2

Document defective: portion missing at top where seal has been opened

Contents:
Separate sheet of paper used as envelope

[no title]  10D72/570  19 Oct [17]98

Contents:
[Copy] letter: [Sir Edmund Hartopp], Leicester to March Phillipps esq explaining his reasons for not addressing him previously on the subject of his hopes for the county. He requests his support

[no title]  10D72/571  Oct [17]98

Contents:
[Copy extract of] letter: [Sir Edmund Hartopp], Leicester to the Duchess of Rutland concerning obtaining the support of Sir John Palmer and Mr Hungerford to Sir Edmund's candidacy for Parliament

[no title]  10D72/572  1 Nov [1798]

Contents:
Letter: G Brudenell, George St, Westminster to Sir Edmund C Hartopp, bart, Leicester congratulating him on being appointed by the freeholders [of the county] as their candidate for the forthcoming election

[no title]  10D72/573  1 Nov 1798

Contents:
Bill: William Bishop to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart for the sum of £14.8.0 for ale, fruit, broken glasses, tickets and payments to waiters and a constable
Attached:
Receipt for above sum

[no title]  10D72/574  1 Nov [1798]; 5 Nov 1798

Contents:
Bill: White Hart Inn, Leicester [to Sir Edmund Hartopp] for the sum of £25.4.0 for ale and dinners given to 38 freeholders
Attached
Receipt for above sum

[no title]  10D72/575  1 Nov 1798; 5 Nov 1798

Contents:
Bill: Oliver and Iron, Humberston Gate to Sir Edmund Hartopp for the sum of £5.0.0 for sundry items including upholstery and an umbrella
Attached:
Receipt for above sum

[no title]  10D72/576  2 Nov 1798

Contents:
List of special letters to be written [by Sir Edmund Hartopp soliciting support for his candidacy at the Parliamentary election]

[no title]  10D72/577  2 Nov 1798

Contents:
Letter: Ridley, London to Sir Edmund C Hartopp congratulating him on his election to Parliament

[no title]  10D72/578/1  2 Nov [1798]

Contents:
Letter: Henry Vaughan, Piccadilly to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart, M.P., Four Oaks, Sutton Coldfield congratulating him on his election, and congratulating the county on choosing him

[no title or date]  10D72/578/2

Document defective: section at top torn off when the seal was opened

Contents:
Seperate sheet of paper used as an envelope

[no title]  10D72/579/1  3 Nov 1798

Contents:
Note: Lord and Lady Curzon, Lady Bromley and Miss Curzon Hagley to Sir Edmund C Hartopp bart, Four Oakes House, Sutton near Birmingham congratulating him on being chosen by the freeholders on the day of the election

[no title or date]  10D72/579/2

Document defective: part torn away at top where the seal has been opened

Contents:
Separate sheet of paper used as envelope

[no title]  10D72/580  5 Nov 1798

Contents:
Receipt: Jonathan Neal to Mr Cooke for the sum of £7.7.0 for 14 dinners for freeholders

[no title]  10D72/581  5 Nov 1798

Contents:
Receipt: John Reynolds to Mr Cook for the sum of £20.9.6 for 39 dinners for freeholders

[no title]  10D72/582  5 Nov 1798

Contents:
Receipt: I Cowes to Mr Cooke for the sum of £10.10.0 for 20 freeholders' dinners

[no title]  10D72/583  5 Nov 1798

Contents:
Receipt: Charles Newby to Mr Cooke for the sum of £11.11.0 for 22 dinners to freeholders

[no title]  10D72/584  5 Nov 1798

Contents:
Receipt: Ed Quilter to Mr Cooke for the sum of £5.15.0 for 23 dinners given to musicians and trumpeters

[no title]  10D72/585  5 Nov 1798

Contents:
Receipt: W. Spencer to Mr Cooke for the sum of £13.2.6 for 25 freeholders' dinners

[no title]  10D72/586  7 Nov 1798

Contents:
Note: Lord and Lady Howe, Pulteney Street, to Sir Edmond Hartopp congratulating him on his success in his tender of service for the county of Leicester. Lord Howe regrets that his infirmities render him unable to write to him personally

[no title]  10D72/587  8 Nov [17]98

Contents:
Letter: James Wood, Ollerton, Notts, to Sir Edmund C Hartopp, bart, M.P., Exmouth congratulating him on his newly acquired honour [of being elected Member of Parliament]

[no title]  10D72/588  9 Nov [17]98

Contents:
Letter: Eusebius Norton, ?Carlton St, Lichfield to Sir Edmund C Hartopp, bart, M.P., Four Oaks, Sutton Coldfield apologizing for not having replied to his letter and congratulating him upon his election [as M.P.]

[no title]  10D72/589/1  9 Nov 1798

Contents:
Letter: W Scott to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart, congratulating him [on his election] He has changed his position from the office of the King's Advocate to those of Judge of the Admiralty and a Privy Counsellor

[no title or date]  10D72/589/2

Document defective: portion missing at bottom where the seal has been broken

Contents:
Separate sheet used as envelope

[no title]  10D72/590  12 Nov 1798

Contents:
Receipt: Henry White to Mr Cooke for the sum of £2.2.0 for 10 freeholders' dinners

[no title]  10D72/591  13 Nov 1798

Contents:
Receipt: J E Carter to Sir Edmund Cradock bart (via Mr Cook) for the sum of £14.14.0 for the return at the last Parliamentary election, stamps, and payment to the poll clerks

[no title]  10D72/592  13 Nov [1798]

Document defective: small hole at centre where seal has been opened

Contents:
Letter: H. L[egge] Fulham to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, M.P., Exmouth regarding his presentation to the Speaker of the House of Commons]

[no title]  10D72/593  14 Nov 1798

Contents:
Letter: Samuel Miles, Leicester to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart at Mrs Bunney's, Crescent, Bath conveying Mr Pares's apologies for not wiring and informing him that the lodgings are at his service. He describes the accommodation and terms. He also outlines what is to be done with some deeds sent for his and Mr Bunney's signatures

[no title]  10D72/594  15 Nov 1798

Contents:
Letter: G Lincoln, - Palace to [Sir Edmund Hartopp] congratulating him on his election to Parliament

[no title]  10D72/595/1  18 Nov [1798]

Contents:
Letter: Windham to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart. He will be happy to see him when he calles. Hopes to be allowed to be the other person to introduce him to the Speaker on the basis of their old friendship

[no title or date]  10D72/595/2

Document defective: tear at top, and small part missing at bottom where the seal has been opened and removed

Contents:
Separate sheet used as envelope

[no title]  10D72/596  20 Nov [1798]

Contents:
Letter: H. L[egge] to [Sir Edmund Hartopp], Sir J Nordaunt will be happy [to introduce him to the Speaker of the House of Commons] and Windham has offered his services as the other person. Advises him to make the arrangements

[no title]  10D72/597  20 Nov [1798]


Related information: being a duplicate of 10D72/596

Contents:
Letter: H. L[egge] to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, Lothian Hotel

[no title]  10D72/598  21 Nov [1798]

Contents:
Letter: H. Legge, Fulham to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart at Messrs Childs, Temple Bar informing him that before he is presented to the Speaker he must apply to the Clerk of the Crown Office for a copy of the Writ.

[no title]  10D72/599  Nov 1798

Contents:
Bill: R. Cooke to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart of sums paid on his behalf [as part of his election campaign] including payments for freeholders' dinners, musicians, dressing of chairs, bellringers, sheriffs officers and court crier amounting to £318.4.9. Also note: "193 Freeholders dined"

[no title]  10D72/600  Nov 1798

Contents:
[Speech of Sir Edmund Hartopp] offering his services on the present vacancy for a Member of Parliament caused by the death of Mr Pochin

[no title]  10D72/601/1  Nov 1798

Contents:
Letter: ?Wm Vaughan to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, M.P., offering his congratulations on his election

[no title or date]  10D72/601/2

Document defective: hole at top which has been torn when the seal was opened

Contents:
Separate sheet of paper used as envelope

[no title]  10D72/602  Dec 1798

Contents:
Bill: [Thomas] Pares, junior to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart for the sum of £14.8.3 for messages and letters sent, payments for postage and delivery and delivering hand bills

[no title]  10D72/603  [Dec] 1798; 28 Feb 1799

Contents:
Bill: I Gregory to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp bart for the sum of £37.13.6 for quantities of paper and for advertising
Appended
Note by E.C.H. re payment of above

[no title]  10D72/604/1-10  1798

Contents:
List of names [of those entitled to vote in the Parliamentary election with details of their qualification]

[no title]  10D72/605  1798; 5 Nov 1798

Contents:
Bill: S. Cooper to Sir E.C. Hartopp, bart for the sum of £23.7.6 for payments including freeholders dinners, constables, saxtons and the bailiff's tickets [being part of the expenses of the election campaign]
Attached:
Receipt for above sum

[no title]  10D72/606  n.d. [?1798]

Contents:
Draft address of E.C. Hartopp to the gentlemen, clergy and freeholders of the county of Leicester soliciting their support in his hopes of representing them in a reformed parliament and setting out his political principles

[no title]  10D72/607  1798; 14 Nov 1798

Contents:
Bill: Elisabeth Wightman to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp bart for the sum of £14.2.4 for colours, silk and ribbon [used as decorations for chairs, servants and musical instruments ?in election campaign]
Attached:
Receipt for above sum

[no title]  10D72/608/1  1 March 1799

Document defective: hole torn in body of document by opening of seal, tear in one corner

Contents:
Letter: I Gregory, Leicester to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp bart, M.P., 29 St. Albans Street, London thanking him for his letter and draft for £37.13.6 and assuring him that the paper will be sent to St. Alban's Street until further orders

[no title]  10D72/608/2  Nov 1798

Contents:
Bill: I Wheatley, London to Mr Gregory, Leicester for the sum of £1.15.0 for advertising to freeholders of the county of Leicester in the Star and the Sun
On the reverse
Calculations

[no title]  10D72/608/3  Oct 1798

Contents:
Bill: John Wheatley, London to Mr Gregory for the sum of £15.4.6 for advertising to the freeholders of the county of Leicester in the Evening Mail, General Evening Post, Star and Sun
On the reverse
Calculations

[no title]  10D72/609/1  16 April 1799

Contents:
Resolution of a number of gentlemen (signatures given) meeting at Carlton, co Northampton re opposition to an increase in tolls on the Kettering road at Harborough

[no title or date]  10D72/609/2

Contents:
Rough sketch of piece of road referred to in the above

[no title or date]  10D72/609/3

Contents:
Note from Mr Wartnaby, Harborough to Mr Cradock concerning the turnpike road from Harborough to Kettering, and the toll -gate erected in Great Bowden. He referrs to a Bill presently in the House of Commons with reference to the same

[no title or date]  10D72/609/4

Contents:
Piece of papers [used as envelope]

[no title]  10D72/610/1-2  9 Nov 1799

Document defective: hole torn on one side, due to opening of seal on one sheet

Contents:
Letter: R. Gorden, clerk, Lancaster Castle to Sir Edmund Craddock Hartop, M.P., Four Oaks near Coleshill, Warwickshire concerning a petition which is proposed to Parliament and requesting to know the numbers of those incarcerated at the debtors county gaol

[no title]  10D72/611/1-2  9 Jan 1800

Document defective: hole torn on edge of one sheet when the seal was opened

Contents:
Letter: C Loraine Smith, Enderby to Sir Edmund Hartopp bart, M.P., St Albans, London thanking him for his attention to the Hinckley road bill

[no title]  10D72/612  16 Jan 1800

Document defective: hole torn in body of document by opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Willington, Tamworth to Sir E.C. Hartopp, bart, M.P., Four Oaks thanking him for his draft and wishing him success in the forthcoming Parliamentary campaign

[no title]  10D72/613/1-2  5 Feb 1800

Document defective: hole torn in edge of one sheet where seal has been opened

Contents:
Letter: Clement Winstanley, Branston House to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart, M.P., St. Albans Street, London giving his views on the new Bill for the renewal of the Act for Hinckley Road

[no title]  10D72/614/1-2  13 Feb 1800

Document defective: hole torn on edge of one sheet where the seal has been opened

Contents:
Letter: Stamford, Envil to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp bart, St Albans St, London thanking him for forwarding to him a copy of the Ashby Road Bill

[no title]  10D72/615  18 Feb 1800

Document defective: tear in body of document, where seal has been opened

Contents:
Letter: John Cradock, Loughborough to Sir E.C. Hartopp bart M.P., St Alban Street, Pall Mall, London, requesting that he add his home and that of William Toone of Hill Parks near Belton onto the Land Lease Act

[no title]  10D72/616  19 Feb 1800

Contents:
Letter: Ellis S Pertell, Ashby de la Zouch on behalf of the inhabitants of Ashby de la Zouch and Packington [to Sir Edmund C Hartopp] requesting his interest in favour of obtaining a clause of exemption for them in the renewed road act between Leicester and Ashby, in the matter of paying a toll although they only use about 400 yards of the road. He asks that he delay the progress of the bill until he can put the case before him. Also gives outline of proposed clause to be inserted

[no title]  10D72/617  21 Feb 1800

Document defective: piece torn from top corner of opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: W. Heyrick to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, St. Alban's St., [London] concerning a list of trustees with reference to bills to be brought before Committee

[no title]  10D72/618  25 Feb [1800]

Contents:
Note from Lord Moira to Sir E Hartopp thanking him for having suspended the Committee on the Leicester Road Bill and detailing the amendment he thinks necessary

[no title]  10D72/619  7 March 1800

Document defective: tear in body of document caused by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: Caleb Lowdham, Leicester to Sir Edmund C. Hartopp bart, House of Commons, Westminster thanking him for his trouble

[no title]  10D72/620/1  18 March 1800

Contents:
Petition of the innkeepers and victuallers of Market Harborough for redress for the damage to property they have suffered by having numbers of soldiers stationed upon them, addressed to Sir E C Hartopp, bart, M.P. They request that a Bill to this effect be brought into Parliament

[no title]  10D72/620/2  8 March 1800

Contents:
Printed circular letter sent by William Clark, Market Harborough [to innkeepers in other towns throughout the country] requesting that they hold meetings to discuss the issue of redress for losses sustained by innkeepers and victuallers caused by having large numbers of horse and foot soldiers quartered upon them. Also plan for raising the money necessary to pay such redress

[no title]  10D72/621  18 March [c.1800

Contents:
Letter: Charles Dashwood, Stanford hill to [Sir Edmund Hartopp] requesting his support to the petition of Edmund Cartwright for the extension of his combing machine, which is now before the House of Commons

[no title]  10D72/622/1  27 March 1800

Contents:
Letter: Thos Deakin, chairman of the Leicester Navigation Company to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart requesting his support to the claim which they intend to place before Parliament with regard to tonages on coal passing from the Leicester to Melton Navigation

[no title or date]  10D72/622/2

Contents:
Case of the Leicester Navigation Company with regard to the above

[no title or date]  10D72/622/3

Contents:
Copy letter: [Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp to Thos Deakin] in reply to the above

[no title]  10D72/623  n.d. [March 1800

Contents:
Note from Mr Tate, 21 Grosvenor Place [London] to Sir Edmund Hartopp asking him to mention the proposed clause when the Loughborough Road Act is in Committee. He points out that it is reasonable that farmers residing near the Loughborough gate should be able to get to their own land without paying toll

[no title]  10D72/624  23 April 1800

Contents:
Letter: J.P. Hungerford, Dingley Hall to [Sir Edmund Hartopp] to request his assistance to two petitions to Parliament by the inhabitants of Harborough - one against the exportation of wool from Ireland, and the other from innkeepers praying for relief from the burden of so many soldiers quartered upon them

[no title]  10D72/625  30 April 1800

Contents:
Letter: a number of innkeepers and victuallers of Market Harborough to Sir Edmund C Hartopp thanking him for his perseverance in bringing forward a bill for an additional allowance to innkeepers for the quartering of soldiers

[no title]  10D72/626/1  26 May 1800

Document defective: hole torn to one edge by opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: Richard Holt, Market Harborough to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, M.P., New Bond St., Westminster sending him the thanks of the committee of the woollen manufacturers of Market Harborough and vicinity for his attention to their petition

[no title]  10D72/626/2  19 May 1800

Contents:
Resolution of thanks

[no title]  10D72/627  19 Dec 1800

Contents:
Letter: Joseph Farmer, Leicester [to Sir E C Hartopp] thanking him for his attention to the matter of his brother. He refers to words spoken by Dr Farmer on his death bed relating to his assurance that Mr Pitt would make his brother Thomas one of the Commissioners of the Lottery. There has been an unfortunate mistake in the matter as far as his family is concerned

[no title]  10D72/628  n.d. [1800]

Contents:
Speech [of Sir Edmund C Hartopp] on the day of nomination of candidates for the Parliamentary election

[no title]  10D72/629  27 Jan 1801

Document defective: portion torn away at one edge where the seal has been opened, small tear near top of back page

Contents:
Letter: Joseph Farmer, Leicester to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, Four Oaks Hall, Litchfield concerning Mr Babington's support for J F's brother with regard to the office of Commissioner of the Lottery, and J F's promise of support for Sir Edmund and Mr Babington's interest

[no title]  10D72/630  29 Jan 1801

printed; Document defective: small hole caused by opening the seal

Contents:
Petition of the merchants, woolstaplers, millowners and manufacturers of Bradford in Yorkshire to the King setting out the distress which the war has brought upon them and asking that the blessings of peace be restored and the war brought to an end

[no title]  10D72/631  11 Feb 1801

Document defective: Portion torn away by opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: Joseph Farmer, Leicester to Sir E C Hartopp, bart 12 Cumberland Place, London. Mentions Mr Pitt's resignation and its possible effects on his hopes

[no title]  10D72/632  17 March 1801

Contents:
Letter: W Heyrick, Leicester to Sir Edmund C Hartopp, bart to present to him a petition which he has prepared on behalf of a large number of butchers and graziers of Leicester for the repeal of an act for the better preventing of damaging raw hides and skins in their flaying. He requests his attention to the same in Parliament

[no title]  10D72/633/1-2  9 May 1801

Document defective: top corner portion torn away on one sheet

Contents:
Letter: John Simpson, Dudley to Sir E C Hartopp, bart, M.P. London thanking him for his company at the Sessions and for leaving the Bills for his perusal. He is inclined not to approve any alteration to the Elizabethan poor laws and elaborates on his views concerning settlement and removal

[no title]  10D72/634  15 May 1801

Document defective: hole torn in body of document due to opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: Richard Gresley, Kenilworth to Sir Edmund Hartop, bart, Cumberland Place, Portman Square, London thanking him for his part in the success of the Coventry Noon Bill and requesting his continued support for the same through its remaining Parliamentary stages

[no title]  10D72/635/1  21 May [1801]

Contents:
Note from the duchess of Rutland to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp to request his attendance and support in the House of Commons in favour of an enclosure bill. She requests that he prevail upon his friends for their support

[no title]  10D72/635/2  28 April 1801

printed

Contents:
Card soliciting support for the Great Abington Enclosure Bill

[no title]  10D72/636/1-2  24 May 1801

Document defective: portion torn off on one sheet where the seal has been opened

Contents:
Letter: E Cheselden, Ipswich to Sir E C Hartopp, bart, M.P., House of Commons, London concerning his interest in the northern division of the turnpike road from Nottingham to Kettering and the tolls on the same

[no title]  10D72/637/1-2  [25] May 1801

Document defective: small hole to one side caused by opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Pares, junior Leicester to Sir E C Hartopp, bart, House of Commons, London concerning the renewal of the Uppingham and Wansford Road Bill

[no title]  10D72/638  26 May 1801

Contents:
Letter: John Simpson, Dudley to Sir Edmund [Hartopp] concerning his perusal of the Bill for better settling disputes between masters and workmen and between masters and servants in a menial capacity and his views on the same especially with reference to the wool trade

[no title]  10D72/639  27 May [1801]

Document defective: corner torn where seal has been opened

Contents:
Memorandum sent to Sir E Hartopp, bart 12 Cumberland Place from the Duke of Rutland at Lower Grovenor St requesting his presence at the House of Commons the following day to vote on a Bill relating to the road passing through Melton Mowbray from Kettering to Nottingham, and requesting him to vote in a particular way

[no title]  10D72/640  29 May 1801

Contents:
Letter: Jas[B-y] Coleman St to Sir E C Hartopp, bart, 12 Cumberland Place concerning the motion to lay open the trade to the East Indies. He requests that Sir Edmund try to attend the ballot on the matter and do all he can to stop it

[no title]  10D72/641  29 May 1801

Document defective: hole torn to one side by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: John Mills Evans (of Gravesend), Grecian Coffee House Temple to Sir E Hartopp, M.P., House of Commons requesting his attention to a petition put forward by the Corporation of Gravesend concerning a compulsory clause being introduced to the Dartford Road Bill

[no title]  10D72/642/1-2  1 June 1801

Document defective: hole torn in one side by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Burnaby, St. Margaret's, Leicester to Sir Edmund C Hartopp, bart, M.P., 12 Cumberland Place, London concerning his intention to present a petition to the Lord Chancellor

[no title]  10D72/643  n.d. [c.9 June 1801

Document defective: one corner torn off by opening the seal

Contents:
Note addressed to Sir Edmund C Hartopp bart, M.P., 12 Cumberland Place to inform him that Mr Adams will wait at Mr Benson's office at the House of Commons until he has seen him and has been advised to present his petition against Mr Cartwright's Bill on that day

[no title]  10D72/644  June 1801

Contents:
Letter: John Adams, London to Sir Edmund C Hartopp, bart M.P., Cumberland Place concerning the unfairness of the case which Mr Cartwright has made out [?concerning looms and combing machines]

[no title]  10D72/645  June 1801

Contents:
Notes concerning the application of Mr Edmund Cartwright to extend his patent rights for a longer term and a petition by Mr John Adams opposing the same [?intended for use in a Parliamentary speech]

[no title]  10D72/646  June 1801

Document defective: hole torn near top of document when the seal was opened

Contents:
Note: Mr Adams to Sir E C Hartopp informing him that Sir Richard Mill is to be his advocate in the House of Commons

[no title]  10D72/647  n.d. [June 1801]

Contents:
[?Draft maiden speech of Sir Edmund Hartopp to the House of Commons] on the subject of the birth-right of every Englishman to freely discuss public measures, and a Bill affecting the liberty of the press

[no title]  10D72/648  n.d. [?June 1801]

Contents:
[Draft maiden speech of Sir Edmund Hartopp to the House of Commons] on the subject of freedom of speech and the importance of not confusing the same with the freedom of the press

[no title]  10D72/649  11 Nov [1801]

unsigned

Contents:
Letter: [Sir Edmund C Hartopp] London to Sir George [Robinson] concerning his intention to stand for Parliament, the extent of his support and requesting advice as to how he should conduct himself on the dissolution of Parliament

[no title]  10D72/650/1  13 Nov 1801

Contents:
Letter: G Robinson, Crasford to Sir Edmund C Hartopp, bart House of Commons, London concerning his conduct in Parliament, and the furtherance of his career there. He is willing to attend the hustings on his behalf, and apologizes for not having visited him at Four Oaks. Social news

[no title]  10D72/650/2  n.d

Document defective: tear at top where seal has been opened

Contents:
Separate sheet used as envelope

[no title]  10D72/651/1  19 Nov 1801

Contents:
Letter: [George Harry Grey, Earl of] Stamford and Warrington at Dunham-Massey, to Sir Edmund C Hartopp, bart, Four Oaks Hall, Coleshill, Warwickshire. He does not intend to put any of his family forward for the County of Leicester at the next election and promises to give him his interest. He is sorry to hear poor news of his mother

[no title]  10D72/651/2  19 Nov 1801

Document defective: tear at top, where seal has been opened

Contents:
Separate sheet used as envelop

[no title]  10D72/652  1801

Contents:
Printed leaflet: Thoughts on the means of affording an efficient supply to the country, addressed to Lord Carrington, president of the Board of Agriculture in two letters by John Cotes esq dated 30 December 1800 and 28 January 1801 on the matter of cultivation of crops

[no title]  10D72/653  1801

Contents:
Copy part of letter (20 March 1801) on the wishes of Mr John Hudson, son of Sir Charles Hudson of Wanlip to be admitted as a clerk or supplementary into the office of the Foreign Secretary of State

[no title]  10D72/654  18 May 1802

Contents:
Letter: R W Rand, Lower Grosvenor St, [London] to Sir E Hartopp, bart concerning an address to His Majesty upon the restoration of peace

[no title]  10D72/655/1-2  19 May 1802

Document defective: hole torn on edge of one sheet, caused by opening the seal

Contents:
Note from the Duke of Rutland, Grosvenor Street, [London] to Sir Edmund Hartopp requesting that he call upon him

[no title]  10D72/656  20 May 1802

Contents:
Petition of a number of maltsters, against a new regulation which does not allow malt to be wetted for 12 days after it has been emptied from the cistern. They argue that this regulation is impractical in relation to the grain with which they deal, and request that this be brought to the attention of the Commissioners of Excise to preserve the maltsters from penalties
[Addressed to the M.P. for the county of Leicester]

[no title]  10D72/657  20 May 1802

Document defective: hole torn in body of document, caused by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Pares, junior, Leicester to Sir E C Hartopp, bart, House of Commons, London concerning the payment of Col Cheselden's interest, and the state of E H's money affairs

[no title]  10D72/658  29 May 1802

Contents:
Note from the maltsters of Hinckley to Sir Edmund C Hartopp thanking him for his interference on their behalf

[no title]  10D72/659  9 Sept 1806

Contents:
[Copy] letter: [The Duchess of Rutland] Belvoir Castle to [Sir Edmund C Hartopp] setting him right concerning some conversations which she had alluded to in her previous letter
Also
Draft letter in reply

[no title]  10D72/660  13 Sept [1806]

Contents:
[Copy] letter: [Sir Edmund C Hartopp] to [Thomas Pares] requesting his advice on how to reply to a letter from the Duchess of Rutland concerning past conversations touching on his political intentions. Also draft at end of a possible reply

[no title]  10D72/661  n.d. [Sept 180-]

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Pares to [Sir Edmund Hartopp] returning the copy of the recipent's proposed answer, with his amendments to same. Entreats him to consider the matter well

[no title]  10D72/662  n.d. [Sept 180-]

amended in pencil [by Thomas Pares]

Contents:
[Draft] letter [Sir Edmund Hartopp to the Duchess of Rutland] in reply to her letter alluding to certain past conversations touching on his political intentions

[no title]  10D72/663  n.d. [Sept 180-]

Contents:
[Draft/Copy] letter: [Edmund C Hartopp to the Duchess of Rutland] with reference to his political aspirations and referring to a conversation with the Duke on the matter

[no title]  10D72/664/1-4  23 Oct 1806

4 copies

printed

Contents:
"Statement of Facts addressed by Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp to his Friends, with the request that they will kindly use them at their own discretion to set him right in the Public Mind respecting certain Misrepresentations etc" repudiating a report circulating that "I am under Compact with the Duke of Rutland to withdraw from your service, whenever His Grace shall call upon me to give place to one of his own Family"

[no title]  10D72/665/1-3  28 Oct 1806

3 copies

printed

Contents:
Letter: Edmund C Hartopp, Knighton Lodge to the gentlemen, clergy and freeholders of the county of Leicester notifying them of his intention to withdraw from the Parliamentary election

Armingland Hall estate  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  10D72/666  23 Dec 1794

Contents:
List of game killed by Mr Hartopp's order and value of each - mainly hare and pheasants
On the reverse:
Note: "1793 Mr Nath. Mayhew's Accts as Gamekeeper"

[no title]  10D72/667/1  n.d. [c.1794]

Contents:
List of game sent to E C Hartopp esq and value of same

[no title]  10D72/667/2  5 July 1795

Contents:
Receipt: Chas, Rogers Bond to E C Hartopp esq for the sum of £2.12.6 as part of 5 guineas given to him yearly as minister of Oulton

[no title]  10D72/668  3 July [17]95

Document defective: hole in centre caused by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: Brett Sands to E C Hartopp esq, Fouroakes, near "Couleshill", Warwickshire concerning a draft which he has sent to Child's bank

[no title]  10D72/669  26 Jan [17]96

Contents:
Letter: Brett Sands, Armingland to Sir E C Hartopp, bart, Fouroakes near Coleshill, Warwickshire concerning the money which he has forwarded to Childs, and Mr Bell's intention to change his land

[no title]  10D72/670/1  24 June 1796

Contents:
Letter: Coulson Bell, Oulton to Sir E Craddock Hartopp, bart, 33 Wimpole St, London requesting that he be allowed to exchange a piece of land

[no title]  10D72/670/2  n.d. [1796]

Contents:
List headed "layd out for Game" and giving the value of the same

[no title]  10D72/670/3  1796

Contents:
Receipted bill: John Pegg, thatcher to Mr Sands for the sum of £2.2.0 for thatching work

[no title]  10D72/670/4  23 July 1796

Contents:
Receipted bill: Luke Bennett to Mr Sands for the sum of £1.13.8 for bricklaying work done at "Armendel" [?Armingland] Hall

[no title]  10D72/670/5  24 June 1796

Contents:
Receipted bill: John Baldwin for the sum of £6.9.10 for carpenter's work done on Armingland Hall

[no title]  10D72/670/6  June 1796

Contents:
Details of half year's disbursements at Armingland

[no title]  10D72/671/1  27 July 1798

Contents:
Letter: Brett Sands to Sir E C Hartopp, bart, Fouroakes, Coleshill, Warwickshire requesting that he accept £100 in part for the Ladyday rent and promising to forward the remainder as soon as he can. Also gives list of disbursements

[no title]  10D72/671/2  4 July 1798

Contents:
Receipted bill: John Baldwin [to E C Hartopp] for the sum of £3.15.0 for carpenters work done at Armingland Hall, occupied by Brett Sands

[no title]  10D72/671/3  23 June 1798

Contents:
Receipted bill: Luke Bennett [to E C Hartopp] for the sum of 17s 4d for bricklayers work done in "Armeland"

[no title]  10D72/671/4  5 July 1798

Contents:
Receipt: Thomas Colborne, dissenting minister at Oulton to Mr Sands for the sum of £2.12.6 the gift of E C Hartopp, bart

[no title]  10D72/672/1  4 Jan 1799

Document defective: hole torn on edge by opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: Brett Sands to Sir Edmund Hartopp at Mrs Bunney's, Crescent, Bath concerning payment of rent

[no title]  10D72/672/2  4 Jan 1799

Contents:
Receipt: Thomas Colborne, dissenting minister at Oulton to Mr Sands for the sum of £2.12.6 being the gift of E C Hartopp

[no title]  10D72/672/3  12 Dec 1798

Contents:
Receipted bill: John Baldwin to E C[raddock] esq for the sum of £2.14.6 for carpenter's work carried out at Armingland Hall occupied by Brett Sands

[no title]  10D72/672/4  1798

Contents:
Receipted bill: Luke Bunnett to Mr Sands for the sum of £3.2.0 for bricklayer's work at "Armeland"

[no title]  10D72/672/5  1798

Contents:
List of disbursements for the half year [compiled by Brett Sands and relating to Armingland Hall]

[no title]  10D72/673/1  July 1799

Document defective: corner torn away

Contents:
Letter: Brett Sands to E C Hartopp informing him that he has remitted to Child's bank a bill to the value of £38.8.0

[no title]  10D72/673/2  29 June 1799

Contents:
Receipted bill: John Baldwin for the sum of £3.4.6 for carpenter's work done at the estate at Armingland Hall occupied by Mr Brett Sands

[no title]  10D72/673/3  July 1799

Contents:
Receipted bill: Luke Bennett to Mr Sands for the sum of £1.7.6½ for bricklayer's work at Armingland [Hall]

[no title]  10D72/673/4  5 July 1799

Contents:
Receipt: Thos Colborne, dissenting minister at Oulton to Mr Sands for the sum of £2.12.6 the gift of E C Hartopp bart

[no title]  10D72/674/1  7 Jan 1800

Contents:
Letter: Brett Sands to E C Hartopp, bart, Fouroakes near Coleshill, Warwickshire to inform him that he has remitted a bill to Child's bank being the disbursements for a half year's rents

[no title]  10D72/674/2  7 Jan 1800

Contents:
Receipt: T Colborne to Mr Sands for the sum of £2.12.6 being the gift of E C Hartopp, bart

[no title]  10D72/674/3  1799

Contents:
Receipted bill: John Baldwin for carpenter's work done at Armingland estate of E C [Hartopp]

[no title]  10D72/674/4  26 Dec 1799

Contents:
Receipted bill: Luke Bennett to Mr Sands for bricklayer's work at Armingland

[no title]  10D72/675/1  12 July 1800

Contents:
Letter: Brett Sands to [Sir Edmund C Hartopp] informing him of the bill for rent which he has sent to Child's bank

[no title]  10D72/675/2  1800

Contents:
Bill: [Luke Bennett] for the sum of 18s 11½d for bricklayers work at Armingland Hall

[no title]  10D72/676  n.d. [June 1802]

Document defective: left hand edge torn away

Contents:
Letter: Brett Sands [to Sir Edmund Hartopp] concerning a bill for £141.8.0 and the amounts of various workmen's bills

Knighton estate  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  10D72/677  15 May 1798

Document defective: hole torn to one edge by opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: S. Stone, Knighton to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, Four Oaks near Lichfield concerning adjustments of rents. Also giving his account and details of some bills which he has paid

[no title]  10D72/678  12 Oct 1798

Contents:
Account: S Stone with Sir Edmund Craddock Hartopp, bart, amounting to £518.18.7

[no title]  10D72/679  10 Dec 1798

Document defective: hole torn to one side, by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: S Stone, Knighton to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, M.P. House of Commons concerning the balance of account which he will pay to Messrs Bentley and Buxton. He also gives details of some of his actions [in relation to the estate]

[no title]  10D72/680/1  10 April [17]99

Document defective: two notes where the seals have been opened

Contents:
Letter: Peter Oliver, Leicester to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp bart, M.P., Four Oaks Hall, Litchfield enclosing a statement of the half year's rents at Melton and discussing tenants in arrears and tithe

[no title]  10D72/680/2  9 April 1799

Contents:
Rental of lands at Melton, rents received by Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart and Edward Hartopp Wigley esq by Peter Oliver

[no title]  10D72/681  16 May 1799; 15 May 1799

Document defective: hole at one side, where the seal has been opened

Contents:
Letter: S Stone, Knighton to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, M.P., House of Commons, London enclosing his account and discussing the same
Also
Account: as above

[no title]  10D72/682  18 May 1799

Document defective: hole to one side where the seal has been opened

Contents:
Letter: Bentley & Buxton's, Leicester to Sir E C Hartopp, bart, M.P., House of Commons, London advising him of the sum of £448.4.6 which they have received from Mr Samuel Stone and placed to his credit

[no title]  10D72/683  29 May 1799

Contents:
Letter: W Herrick to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart, St Albans Street, London. He has received his letter stating that he intends to form a temporary residence at Knighton and has no objection to this. Offers him advice re same

[no title]  10D72/684  14 Oct 1799; 12 Oct 1799

Document defective: hole in centre where the seal was opened

Contents:
Letter: S Stone, Knighton to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, M.P., Four Oaks near Lichfield concerning money which he has sent Bentley and Buxton
Also
Account of S Stone with Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart

[no title]  10D72/685  10 Dec 1799

Document defective: hole at centre where the seal has been opened

Contents:
Letter: S Stone, Knighton to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, M.P., Four Oaks near Lichfield concerning the receipt of the balance of money to be paid to Messrs Bentley and Buxton
Also:
Account re above

[no title]  10D72/686/1-10  Jan - Sept 1800

Contents:
Bundle of bills for goods sent to Knighton [mainly household effects]

[no title]  10D72/687  15 May 1800; 14 May 1800

Contents:
Letter: S Stone, Knighton to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, M.P., House of Commons, London enclosing his accounts of the receipts. Discusses the matter of the pond. He proposes to sell the fish
Also
Accounts as above (March-May 1800)

[no title]  10D72/688  24 July 1800

Document; defective: small hole torn in body of document by opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: ?W Manners, Oxford Street, Hyde Park, [London] to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartop, bart, Knighton offering to sell him some property which he owns on the Knighton manor and giving his conditions for such a sale

[no title]  10D72/689  13 Oct 1800

Contents:
Account of Mr Stone with Sir Edmund C Hartopp, bart

[no title]  10D72/690  n.d. [?c.1800]

Contents:
Particulars and valuation of the estate of Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart at Knighton, giving [plot] numbers, names of tenants and details of the land they hold, the state of cultivation of the land, quantity, value per acre and yearly value

[no title]  10D72/691  13 March 1801

Document defective: tear in body of document caused by opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: S Stone, Knighton to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, M.P. 12 Cumberland Place, Portman Square, London concerning his enquiries about wood [to build a stable and coach house] and other work in progress including work on the garden. Also discusses Dr Alexander's position with regard to the infirmary

[no title]  10D72/692  24 March 1801

Document defective: tear where the seal has been opened

Contents:
Letter: S Stone, Knighton to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, M.P. 12 Cumberland Place, Portman Square, London concerning the level of the water in the well, and timber for the yard fence [premises concerned not specified]

[no title]  10D72/693/1  30 April 1801

Contents:
Note from G Bowen, Bond Street, [London] to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart to inform him that the parcel of papers has been sent and should arrive at Knighton Lodge the following Monday

[no title or date]  10D72/693/2

Contents:
Printed regulations in respect of goods to be sent by Robert Clarke's waggons

[no title]  10D72/694  7 May 1801

Document defective: hole torn in body of document where seal has been removed

Contents:
Letter: S Stone, Knighton to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, M.P. 12 Cumberland Place, Portland Square, London concerning progress in digging [new] wells and materials for fleak bars which are needed. Report of progress of work [on the estate]

[no title]  10D72/695/1  15 May 1801

Document defective: portion torn away at side by opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: S Stone, Knighton to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, M.P. 12 Cumberland Place, Portman Square, London giving his account of the previous day's receipts and explaining the same, and work presently in hand [on the estate]

[no title]  10D72/695/2  4 May 1801

Contents:
Letter: R G Waller, Birmingham to [Sir Edmund Hartopp] concerning the felling of some trees, and Mr Sands rent and specifications to be laid down with regard to crops and rotation of same with reference to Mr Sands tenancy

[no title or date]  10D72/695/3

Contents:
Note by S [amuel] S[tone] re the 6-field and 5-field cultivation systems for land, setting out his objections to the 5 field system

[no title]  10D72/696  27 May 1801

Document defective: hole torn in body of document when the seal was opened

Contents:
Letter: S Stone, Knighton to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, M.P. 12 Cumberland Place, Portman Square, London giving an account of the work in progress [on the estate]

[no title]  10D72/697  9 June 1801

Document defective: small tear on one edge

Contents:
Letter: S Stone, Knighton to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, M.P. 12 Cumberland Place, Portman Square, London concerning the payment of income tax

[no title]  10D72/698  23 May 1802

Document defective: small tear in body of document, caused by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: S Stone, Knighton to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, M.P. House of Commons, London concerning a draft for £300 to be placed to the account of the late Mrs Bunney with Messrs Child & Co. News of work around the house, which is nearly complete. Requests particulars re annual taxes

[no title]  10D72/699  18 Dec [1807]

Contents:
Letter: W Manners, Buckminster to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart. He is surprised at his conduct in disputing his claim to the manor of Knighton and suggests that he must have been misinformed. He states that he is now forced into summoning a court to hear the matter. He asks to know on what basis he claims the manor

[no title]  10D72/700  n.d. [c.1807]

Contents:
Summary of contents of letters patent of Elizabeth I dated 18 July 1578 with regard to the manor of Knighton

[no title]  10D72/701  1 Jan 1808


Related information: see 10D72/699

Contents:
Letter: Samuel Miles, Leicester to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart, Four Oaks Hall, Sutton Coldfield, Lichfield advising him how to reply to Sir William Manners' letter re the manor of Knighton

Melton estate  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  10D72/702  10 April 1798

Contents:
Account of rents received for Sir E C Hartopp, bart and E H Wigley esq's Melton estate, by Peter Oliver

[no title]  10D72/703  Michaelmas [...] 179

Contents:
Account of rents received for Sir E C Hartopp, bart and E H Wigley, esq on the Freeby and Wyverby estates, by Peter Oliver

[no title]  10D72/704/1  17 Oct 1799

Document defective: torn at one side where the seal has been opened

Contents:
Letter: Peter Oliver, Leicester to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp bart, M.P., Four Oaks, Litchfield enclosing an account of the half year's rents received at Melton. He discusses the tithe due to Dr Wood and the payments of various tenants

[no title]  10D72/704/2  15 Oct 1799

Contents:
Rental of lands at Melton, rents due to Sir Edmund Cradock hartopp bart and Edward Hartopp Wigley esq

[no title]  10D72/705  8 March 1800

Contents:
Letter: Seth Hose, Melton Mowbray to [Sir Edmund Hartopp] concerning the last harvest and the poor quality of the grain. The children are well "the hooping having entirely ceased". He mentions his experience with relation to ploughing of part of the land which he leases [from Sir E] and asks permission to plough a new area

[no title]  10D72/706/1  9 April 1800

Document defective: two holes, one caused by breaking of seal

Contents:
Letter: Peter Oliver, Leicester to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart M.P., 52 Welbeck St, London enclosing the account of the previous day's receipts, and concerning the tithe. He hopes the rheumatism no longer troubles him

[no title]  10D72/706/2  1800

Contents:
Rental of lands at Melton, rents due to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart and Edward Hartopp Wigley esq

[no title]  10D72/707  1800

Contents:
Rental of lands at Melton, rents due to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp and Edward Hartopp Wigley esq to Michaelmas 1800

[no title]  10D72/708  4 March 1801

Document defective: hole torn in body of document by opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: Peter Oliver, Leicester to Sir Edmund C Hartopp, bart, M.P., Cumberland Place, London concerning Mr Simpson's tenancy of a farm, and the conditions of his tenancy

[no title]  10D72/709  12 March 1801

Contents:
Letter: Peter Oliver, Leicester to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, M.P., 12 Cumberland Place, London. Mr Simpson agrees to his terms and will continue as his tenant

Wissett estate  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  10D72/710  1795

Contents:
Tithe rental for Wissett for the year ending 10 October 1795 the impropriator being Edmund Cradock Hartopp esq

[no title]  10D72/711  4 April 1798

Document defective: hole torn in body of document by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: P Jermyn, Halesworth to Sir E C Hartopp, bart, Four oakes, near Coventry concerning financial matters

[no title]  10D72/712  20 July 1798

Contents:
Letter: P Jermyn, Halesworth to Sir Edmund C Hartopp, bart, Exmouth, Devon concerning financial matters

[no title]  10D72/713  31 Oct 1798

Contents:
Letter: P Jermyn, Halesworth to Sir E C Hartopp, bart concerning the need for a gamekeeper at Wissett. He has made him up a small basket [of game] which he hopes arrives safely

[no title]  10D72/714  Oct 1798

Contents:
Account of compositions for the tithes of corn, grain, and hay arising in pa Wissett for the year ending October 1798 and due to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart, the impropriator

[no title]  10D72/715  5 Dec 1798

Document defective: hole torn on one edge by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: R Jermyn, Halesworth to Sir Edmund C Hartopp, bart, House of Commons, London congratulating him upon his election and giving news of the tithe meeting. Discusses the matter of a gamekeeper

[no title]  10D72/716  1798-1799

Contents:
Account: Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart, to Peter Jermyn amounting to £681.19.10

[no title]  10D72/717  1 Jan 1799

Document defective: hole torn in body of document by opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: P Jermyn, Halesworth to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart at Mrs Bunney's, no 3 Crescent, Bath concerning the making out of certificates according to the Redemption Act, land tax assessments, and copyhold of the manor [of Wissett]

[no title]  10D72/718  2 Aug 1799

Contents:
Letter: P Jermyn, Halesworth to [Sir Edmund Hartopp] about the payments of the tenants and their lack of punctuality. He discusses Mr Palmer's tenants and the treatment extended to them. Discusses the question of a gamekeeper and Mr Palmer's practice with regard to game

[no title]  10D72/719/1  28 Nov 1799

Document defective: hole where the seal has been opened

Contents:
Letter: P Jermyn, Halesworth to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp bart, Four Oaks near Litchfield enclosing the last year's accounts for the Wissett tithes

[no title]  10D72/719/2  1799

Contents:
Tithe rental for Wissett for the year ending 10 October 1799 the impropriator being Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart

[no title]  10D72/720/1  24 Nov 1800

Contents:
Letter: P Jermyn, Halesworth to Sir Edmund C Hartopp, bart, M.P., London enclosing an account of the previous year's tithes to the impropriator of Wissett, and a possible new valuation of Wissett Lodge Farm tithe

[no title or date]  10D72/720/2

Contents:
Account of composition of the tithe of Wissett arising in the year ending 10 October 1800 due to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp the impropriator

Quarter Sessions papers, including Shrievalty  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  10D72/721  24 June 1768

Contents:
Quit roll of Joseph Cradock esq, sheriff of Leicestershire for the year ended Michaelmas 1767

[no title]  10D72/722  5 Feb 1781; 5 Feb 1781; 5 Feb 1781

fragment of seal; great seal (poor example); fragment of seal

Contents:
Letters patent appointing Edmund Cradock Hartopp of Newbold esq as sheriff of the county of Leicester
Attached:
Letters patent to archbishops, bishops, dukes, earls, barons, knights, freeholders and all others of the county of Leicester to inform them of Edmund Cradock Hartopp's appointment as sheriff and commanding them to assist him in all things appertaining to his office
Also attached:
Letters patent to Thomas Babbington, esq, late sheriff of the county of Leicester requesting that he hand over custody of the county together with all rolls, writs and memoranda belonging to the office of sheriff to Edmund Cradock Hartopp

[no title]  10D72/723  15 Nov 1781

Contents:
Receipted bill: Samuel Bankart to Edmund Cradock Hartopp, sheriff for the sum of £14.4.8. for various items supplied [appear to relate to brewing]

[no title]  10D72/724  15 Nov 1781; 16 Nov 1781

Contents:
Receipted bill: Thomas Barry to Edmund Cradock Hartopp for the sum of £80.14.11 for wine, food, music and payments to servants
Appended
Receipt: as above for the sum of £16.16.0 for payments to the servants

[no title]  10D72/725  [1782]; [25 Oct 1782]

Contents:
Bill of Edmund Cradock Hartopp esq for the sum of £131.13.11 for costs paid as sheriff of the county of Leicester
Also:
Receipted account of Edmund Cradock Hartopp with Thomas Pares, junior, amounting to £384

[no title]  10D72/726  19 July 1782

Contents:
Quit roll of Edmund Cradock Hartopp, sheriff of Leicestershire for the year ended Michaelmas 1781

[no title]  10D72/727  22 May 1800

Contents:
Letter: Clement Winstanley, Branston House [to Sir Edmund C Hartopp] thanking him for his goodness, and also for cleaning the pond at Knighton, and the fate of some store carp contained therein. He gives an account of Mrs Winstanley's health, which is poor. He also gives his views on proposals before committee to give justices extended powers

[no title]  10D72/728  27 May 1800

Document defective: portion torn from one edge when opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: Clement Winstanley, Branston House to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart, House of Commons, Westminster, [London] concerning the failing health of [his wife] Mentions the proposal to address [the King] on his late narrow escape from assassination. He will send him a list of the names of those whom it might be proper to add to the Commission

[no title]  10D72/729/1-2  7 June [1800]

Document defective: portion torn from one sheet by opening of seal

Contents:
Note from the Duke of Rutland to Sir E Hartopp and Mr Keck concerning his accompanying them on an address of congratulation to His Majesty [on surviving an assassination attempt]
Also thanks him for further names for the Commission of the Peace

[no title]  10D72/730/1-2  23 June 1800

Document defective: hole torn on one edge of one sheet by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: Rutland, London to Sir E C Hartopp, bart, Four Oaks Hall, Litchfield, Staffordshire acknowledging receipt of his letter with additional names for the commission of the peace for Leicestershire

[no title]  10D72/731/1-2  24 July 1800

Document defective: hole torn on edge of one sheet by opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: ?R W Nandy, Ipswich to Sir E C Hartopp, bart, Four-oaks, Litchfield assuring him that he will place the name of Mr Fell upon the new Commission of the Peace for Leicestershire

[no title]  10D72/732  1800 - 1801

Contents:
County Treasurer's Accounts for the county of Leicestershire (Rev Thomas Parkinson, DD, Treasurer of the County)

[no title]  10D72/733  17 May 1801

Contents:
Letter: John Simpson, Dudley to Sir Edmund C Hartopp, London thanking him for the bill for the better payment of fines etc. imposed by justices out of sessions which he has forwarded Colds and scarlet fever are affecting the local population He adds a post script re the loss of General Abercrombie and the international situation in Egypt and Portugal

[no title]  10D72/734  1806

printed

Contents:
"A Catalogue of the Fellows, Candidate, Licentiates, Licentiates in Midwifery and Extra Licentiates of the Royal College of Physicians, London"

[no title]  10D72/735  1807

printed

Contents:
Notice of Staffordshire General Quarter Sessions advocation vaccination agains smallpox

[no title]  10D72/736  1807

printed

Contents:
Leaflet outlining the speech delivered by J Sparrow esq chairman of the [Staffordshire] Quarter Sessions on the subject of vaccine innoculation against smallpox [initially printed in the Staffordshire Advertiser 10 October 1807]

[no title]  10D72/737  1807

printed

Contents:
List of the fellows, candidates, licentiates in midwifery and extra licentiates of the Royal College of Physicans, London
On the reverse
Note that the magistrates of co. Leicester approve the measure adopted by co. Staffs [re vaccination] and will recommend the same to co. Leicester

[no title]  10D72/738  13 Oct 1807

Contents:
Information of John Usher, Thomas Crowshaw and Benjamin Bott of Nailstone against William Swain, that he stole knives and handkerchiefs from them by force when they were returning from Barlestone school

[no title]  10D72/739  n.d

Contents:
Note: Mr Thomas Pares to Mr Hartopp re his accounts [for the shrievalty]

Sutton Armed Association  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  10D72/740/1-2  11 April 1801

Document defective: portion torn from edge of one sheet by opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: W Grimfield [Lichfield] to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, concerning the return of the Sutton Coldfield corps and inspection of the corps

[no title]  10D72/741  28 April 1801

Contents:
Letter: Benjamin Brown, ?Suttonswick to Sir Edmund Hartopp bart, M.P., 12 Cumberland Place, London thanking him for his endeavours on behalf of Serjeant Batho and notifying him of his decision to stay at home with his family. He also notifies him of the amount of the parish levy

[no title]  10D72/742/1-2  6 May 1801

Document defective: hole torn to one side of one sheet, caused by opening the seal

Contents:
Letter: Solomon Smith, Fouroaks, to Sir Edmund Cradoc Hartopp bart, 52 Welbeck Street concerning some arrangements he has made and giving details of the musters, and vacancies [in the militia]

[no title]  10D72/743  14 May 1801

Document defective: hole in body of document, where seal has been opened, one side of document ragged with tears

Contents:
Letter: Warwick, Albermarle Street to Sir E Hartopp, bart, Cumberland Place (Captain Commandant) on the instructions of the Duke of Portland to tell him that returns of the corps in his command are expected monthly

[no title]  10D72/744  18 May 1801

Document defective: hole torn in body of document due to opening of seal

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Holbecke, Sutton Coldfield to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, House of Commons, London concerning E H's proposed attendance at the anniversary meeting of the Sutton Armed Association

[no title]  10D72/745/1-2  21 May 1801

Contents:
Memorandum sent to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, 12 Cumberland Place from Mr Yorke at the War Office concerning the intended appearance of Serjeant Batno before the Chelsea Board

[no title]  10D72/746  6 June 1801

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Holbecke, Sutton Coldfield to Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart, House of Commons, London concerning heir [...] certificates and the [...] of the [...]

[no title]  10D72/747  17 June 1801

Contents:
Letter: Shirley Perkins, Sutton to Sir E C Hartopp, bart M.P., Cumberland Place, Oxford Road, London to say that the association are to meet at the Twon Hall and he will communicate the contents of the papers to them. He discusses the same and the brilliant services performed by the troops in Egypt. [The association referred to would appear to be one of a Corps of Volunteer Infantry]

[no title]  10D72/748  23 June 1801

Contents:
Letter: Shirley Perkins, Sutton Coldfield to Sir Edmund C Hartopp, bart, M.P., Cumberland Place, London concerning the previous evening's meeting of the Sutton Armed Association

[no title]  10D72/749  1801

printed; not completed

Contents:
Form for return of volunteer infantry

[no title]  10D72/750  6 April 1802


Related information: originally accompanied 10D72/751

Contents:
Resolutions passed by the House [of Lords] thanking the Officers and non-commissioned officers of the corps of yeomanry volunteer cavalry and infantry and maritime defences for their services during the war

[no title]  10D72/751  18 May 1802

Document defective: hole torn to one side where the seal has been opened

Contents:
Letter: Warwick, Old Burlington St to Capt Commandant Sir Edmund Hartopp, bart re the resolution passed by the House of Lords on 6 April 1802 and the meritorious conduct of the troops under his command

PAPERS OF SIR EDMUND CRADOCK HARTOPP, 2ND BARONET  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  10D72/752/1  1834 - 1837

Document defective: one page cut out - this is loose and has been numbered 10D/72/752/2

Contents:
Rental book of the Leicestershire estate and the Suffolk estate [of the Hartopp family]

[no title]  10D72/753  [Oct] 1837

printed

Contents:
"A Catalogue of the whole of the Elegant Dining, Drawing, Bedroom and other Furniture, Plate, Plated Goods, Cellar of Choice Wines, Incalf Cow, Sheep, Rick of Hay and other Effects of the late Dowager Lady Hartopp at Redland House, near Bristol". To be sold by auction 24-26 October 1837

[no title]  10D72/754  n.d. [Oct 1837]

printed


Related information: probably part of 10D72/753

Contents:
Loose sheet [from a sale catalogue] detailing household furnishings

[no title]  10D72/755  March 1838

Contents:
Account of Thomas Miles with Sir E C Hartopp, bart being the timber account

[no title]  10D72/756  1839

Contents:
Account of Thomas Miles with Sir E C Hartopp, bart of timber sold and payments for advertising same

[no title]  10D72/757  1840

Contents:
List of game killed in 1839 and a list of game [given] to the farmers in 1840 [estate not stated - ?Knighton]

[no title]  10D72/758  n.d. [1840]

Contents:
List of game sent to Mr Payne, fishmonger, High St, Leicester by Thomas Hollier, Shanford 1835-1840
On the reverse
Note: "List of Game killed at Aston 1839-40"

[no title]  10D72/759  n.d. [?c.1840]

Contents:
Plan for a new hovel, pigsty, bed and privy at cottage, Bracebridge Pool
Appended
Notes in pencil

[no title]  10D72/760  14 Dec 1841

Contents:
Letter: William Richard Bedford to [Sir Edmund] Hartopp giving him details of the acerage of the parishes in the Southern Division

[no title]  10D72/761  1844 - 1850

Contents:
Bank account book of Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart, with Pares' Leicestershire Banking Company

[no title]  10D72/762  1844 - 1850


Related information: N.B. see also 10D74/446

Contents:
Account of Thomas Miles with Sir E C Hartopp, bart, being a rental of Knighton, Aston, Newbold Verdon, Gumley, Freeby, Brentingby and Wyfordby, Burton Lazars and Gandaloupe, and Belton, Rutland estates, at Lady Day 1845

[no title]  10D72/763  1847

Contents:
as 10D72/762 at Lady Day 1847

[no title or date]  10D72/764

Document defective: several holes caused by insect attack

Contents:
Leaflet advertising the services of [Phoenix Insurance] of Lombard St and Charing Cross [London] against loss or damge by fire

[no title]  10D72/765  n.d. [?early 19th c

Contents:
Book containing copy letters patent (16 Oct 1605) incorporating the town of Sutton Coldfield, co Warwick as a royal town, and copy of an act (nd) to empower the warden and society of the said King's town of Sutton Coldfield to grant part of a common called Sutton Coldfield Park to Simon Luttrell esq and his heirs

PAPERS OF SIR WILLIAM EDMUND CRADOCK HARTOPP, 3RD BART  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  10D72/766  1840's

Contents:
Exercise book containing manuscript poetry

[no title]  10D72/767/1  29 Sept 1845

Document defective: insect damaged

Contents:
Fire Insurance Policy for Allesley Hall near the city of Coventry, co Warwick

[no title]  10D72/767/2  24 Sept 1848

Contents:
Circular letter sent to W E Hartopp esq to advise him of the expiry of the above fire insurance policy

[no title]  10D72/768  23 May [18]49

Contents:
Estimate by William Holland, Stained Glass Works, St John's Warwick for Sir William Hartopp for east chancel window for Wissett church (sum quoted is £44.6.8)

[no title]  10D72/769/1-8  c.1849

Document defective: insect damaged

Contents:
Details of money paid to various servants, marked on the outside "Money paid by Sir William Hartopp to his Brother Edmund's [servants 18]49"

[no title]  10D72/770  1849 - 1850

Contents:
Account book of cash paid on account of the executors of the late Sir E C Hartopp

[no title]  10D72/771  23 Feb 1850

Contents:
Fire Insurance Policy (Phoenix Assurance Co of London) for Four Oaks Hall, near Sutton Coldfield, co Warwick

[no title]  10D72/772  28 Aug 1950

Contents:
Estimate by J W Bryan, 120 Islington, Birmingham, and particulars of work involved in decorating the saloon at Four Oaks Hall, the seat of Sir William Hartopp, bart, Sutton Coldfield. Estimated cost £324.18.0
On the reverse
Note that work was carried out

[no title]  10D72/773  2 Sept 1850

Contents:
Letter: James Davis, Cambridge Street, Birmingham to Sir William Hartopp giving an estimate of work to be done at Four Oakes Hall at £80.10.0 (work on windows, shutters and doorways)

[no title]  10D72/774  n.d. [?c1850]

Document defective: small portion torn away to one edge of document

Contents:
Note addressed to Sir Edmund Cradock Hartopp, bart, Knighton Lodge, Leicester with reference to Daniel Heggs of Arnesby and his son William who have enlisted in the Dragoon Guards

[no title]  10D72/775/1  6 Dec 1851

Contents:
Receipt: J W Ingram, Birmingham to Sir William Hartopp, bart for the sum of £200 on account

[no title]  10D72/775/2  14 Feb 1851

Contents:
Receipt: as above for the sum of £150 on account

[no title]  10D72/776  1853

printed; Document defective: small holes - attached by insects

Contents:
Plan and particulars of sale of building land called The Eado or Reddy Croft at Sutton Coldfield, divided into lots, to be sold at auction 17 May 1853

[no title]  10D72/777  6 March 1854

Contents:
Specification by Samuel Briggs of Birmingham of the necessary repairs required at Doe Bank House near Sutton Coldfield to put the premises in a tenantable condition for Sir W.E.C. Hartopp, bart

[no title]  10D72/778  1857

Contents:
Account of Sir W.E.C. Hartopp with Miles and Gregory for law charges

[no title]  10D72/779  13 May 1858

Contents:
Drawing of elevation of entrance piers to park gate for Sir W.E.C. Hartopp, bart by John Hill

[no title]  10D72/780  24 Aug 1858

Contents:
Receipted bill [1855]: Miles and Gregory [solicitors] to Sir William E. C. Hartopp, bart for the sum of £106.16.9 for work in relation to the completion of the re-settlement of the family estates

[no title]  10D72/781  24 Aug 1858

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Miles, Leicester to Sir E.C. Hartopp, bart to say he has paid the balance of £370.2.8 to Mr Gregory

[no title]  10D72/782  12 April 1859

Contents:
Address of E,B. Hartopp, Little Dalby Hall to the electors of the northern division of the county of Leicester soliciting their votes in the forthcoming election and setting out his principles and beliefs

[no title]  10D72/783  1860

Contents:
Bill: Miles Gregory and Bouskell to Sir W.E.C. Hartopp, bart for the sum of £138.9.5 for costs with reference to the action brought by Mr Worthington against Mr Gimson in the court of Queens Bench to establish a right of road across the Hall Farm, pa Newbold Verdon

[no title]  10D72/784  1 Dec 1862

Document defective: small holes - attacked by insects

Contents:
Notice of intended application to Parliament re Birmingham and Sutton Coldfield Extension Railway. Addressed to Sir William Hartopp, bart, with details in schedule of his lands which will be affected

[no title]  10D72/785  5 Jan 1865

Contents:
Envelope marked "This envelope contains the Hair of Papa's Brothers & Sisters.
Matila H Hartopp. January 5th 1865 Four Oaks" containing packages as follows:
1. "Gold wires given to dear Fanny when she went to Lisbon & worn by her till her decease"
2. "Gold wires wh[ich] were in dear Matilda's ears wh[en] she died"
3. "Dear Matilda's hair"
4. "Sir E C Hartopp's hair who married Miss [?Hurlock]"
5. "D[ear] G's hair - George Hartopp"
6. "Fanny" - containing hair
7. "Dear Eliza's hair cut off Nov 1814"
8. "Eliza" - containing hair
9. "Dear Fanny's hair cut off Febry 3d 1815"
10. One unmarked package containing hair
11. Dried flowers contained in a piece of paper marked "these flowers gathered by the side of Dear Miss H [Fanny's] grave in Portugal. Also sketch of graveyard

[no title]  10D72/786  n.d. [?mid 19thC]

Document defective: section cut away

Contents:
Drawings of elevations showing proposed extension to Kingswood for Thos Alcock esq, M.P. comprising a gentleman's room with dressing room over

[no title]  10D72/787  n.d.[?mid 19thC]

Contents:
Exercise book containing manuscript notes - possibly some as extracts of sermons. Contains thoughts on the error of modern education especially with respect to reading [presumably of novels] by females. Also an admonition to Mary to discontinue her wickedness

[no title]  10D72/788/1-2  n.d. [mid 19thC]

Document defective: nibbled by insects

Contents:
Drawings showing west and north elevations of the rectory house at Wissett for Rev Robert Kemp, elevation of stables and floor plan of house and stables, by Thos Farrow Diss

ADDERLEY FAMILY PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  10D72/789  n.d. [c1819]

Contents:
Bill: Miles, Alston and Miles to the late Charles Clement Adderley esq for the sum of £157.19.4 for legal costs relating to the settlement on his marriage with Miss Hartopp, 1811.
Also: Bill: same to the late Mrs Adderley for the sum of £99.13.2 for legal costs, 1818-1819

[no title]  10D72/790/1  April - May 1826

Contents:
Exercise book of Anna Maria Adderley in which she has entered notes of matters of business concerning her son, Charles Bowyers Adderley and copies of replies to letters she has received, relating to her marriage settlement

[no title]  10D72/790/2  17 May 1826

Contents:
Copy letter: Samuel Miles, Leicester to Sir E C Hartopp, bart, Clifton, Bristol re Mrs Adderley's marriage settlement

[no title]  10D72/790/3  c.1826

Contents:
Notes on the guardianship of the children

[no title]  10D72/790/4  1828 - 1829

Contents:
List of costs and expenses

MISCELLANEA  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  10D72/791  n.d. [c.1880]

Contents:
Print of Lutterworth Grammar School (erected 1880). William Smith, architect, 10 John St, Adelphi, London

[no title]  10D72/792  5 March 1881

Contents:
[Page extracted from] The Architect showing prints of Fulmodeston church, Norfolk (William Smith, architect) and design for a school in the West Fen District (Arthur Young, architect)

[no title]  10D72/793  1931 - 1932

Contents:
Bank account book of the executors of F H Hilton deceased with the Midland Bank Ltd. (The executors are named as Mr Elijah Thomas Timms and Mr John Russell Bassett)

[no title]  10D72/794  1932 - 1933

Contents:
Bank account book of the executors of F H Hilton deceased with the Midland Bank Ltd. (The executors are named as Mr Elijah Thomas Timms and Mr John Russell Bassett)

[no title]  10D72/795  1933 - 1935

Contents:
Bank account book of the executors of F H Hilton deceased with the Midland Bank Ltd. (The executors are named as Mr Elijah Thomas Timms and Mr John Russell Bassett)

[no title]  10D72/796  1935 - 1937

Contents:
Bank account book of the executors of F H Hilton deceased with the Midland Bank Ltd. (The executors are named as Mr Elijah Thomas Timms and Mr John Russell Bassett)

[no title]  10D72/797  1937 - 1938

Contents:
Bank account book of the executors of F H Hilton deceased with the Midland Bank Ltd. (The executors are named as Mr Elijah Thomas Timms and Mr John Russell Bassett)

[no title]  10D72/798  1938 - 1939

Contents:
Bank account book of the executors of F H Hilton deceased with the Midland Bank Ltd. (The executors are named as Mr Elijah Thomas Timms and Mr John Russell Bassett)

[no title]  10D72/799  1939 - 1941

Contents:
Bank account book of the executors of F H Hilton deceased with the Midland Bank Ltd. (The executors are named as Mr Elijah Thomas Timms and Mr John Russell Bassett)

[no title]  10D72/800  n.d

Contents:
Leaflet advertising Harmonia Festa, a collection of favourite pieces arranged for the piano, to be published fortnightly and forwarded to subscribers

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