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Records of the Rous family, Earls of Stradbroke.


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Reference HB26
Covering dates 1246-1937
Held by Suffolk Record Office, Ipswich Branch
Extent 131 sub-series
Source of acquisition (371); (412) deposited by Cross, Ram and Co., Halesworth; (412) deposited by Cross, Ram and Co, Halesworth 1954 23 July
Creators Rous family, Earls of Stradbroke
Related information See also under "Record elsewhere" B59

Contents:
Manorial records of the Earl of Stradbroke
Title deeds, Earl of Stradbroke's estate
General deposit comprising:-
A. Private business, including records of the Rous and Vanneck estates.
B. Public business, including records relating to inclosure, Cratfield, Tannington, Worlingworth, and Bedfield.



MANORIAL RECORDS  [no ref. or date]

Manor of Abbots. Austens and Gerrards in Darsham  [no ref. or date]

A. Court Rolls  [no ref. or date]

Court roll, manor of Darsham, Austens and Calves  HB26/371/65  2nd September 1463-7th October 1602

57 membranes

Contents:
Courts baron and leet and view of frankpledge

Court Roll, manor of Darsham Abbots with Austens and Gerrards  HB26/371/64  20th September 1557-31st October 1606

36 membranes

Contents:
Courts baron and leet

Court Roll, manor of Abbotts, Austens and Gerrards  HB26/371/67  20th April 1607-25th October 1648

57 membranes and cover

Contents:
Courts baron and view of frankpledge

Court Roll, manor of Abbotts, Austens and Gerrards  HB26/371/68  19th April 1650-3rd November 1712

33 membranes and cover

Contents:
Courts baron and view of frankpledge

Court Roll, manor of Abbots, Austens and Gerrards  HB26/371/66  24th November 1715-22nd September 1722

10 membranes

B. Abstracts of Court Rolls  [no ref. or date]

Book containing abstracts of Court Rolls, manor of Darsham Priory  HB26/371/133  1399-1603

Contents:
T. Henry 4 - Elizabeth

Book of abstracts of Court Rolls of the manor of Austens, Gerrardes, Calves and Darsham late Priory  HB26/371/58  1597

Contents:
And of other evidences belonging to the manor. By John Holland.

Abstracts of Court Rolls of the manor of Abbots, Austens and Gerrards  HB26/371/62  1713

C. Court Books  [no ref. or date]

Court Book, manor of Darsham, Austens and Gerrards  HB26/371/140  20th September 1557-29th July 1594

Contents:
Courts general and leet - all parchment

Court Book, manor of Darsham, Austyne and Gerrards  HB26/371/141  19th January 1553-1 [...] th December [...] 1907

Contents:
Courts general and leet and view of frankpledge - all parchment

Court Book, manor of Darsham Austens with [...] Gerrards  HB26/371/116  16th April 1601-10th July 1635

Contents:
Courts baron and leet and view of frankpledge

Court Book, manor of Abbotts, Austens and Gerrards  HB26/371/17  31st March 1638-16th April 1697

Contents:
Courte baron and leet
With Index

Court Book, manor of Abbotts, Austens and Gerrards  HB26/371/18  26th April [...] 1698-20th May 1765

Contents:
With Index

Court Book, manor of Abbotts, Austens and Gerrards  HB26/371/35  22nd March 1722-11th September 1793

Parchment

Contents:
With Index

Court Book, manor of Abbotts, Austens and Gerrards  HB26/371/36  6th August 1795-7th November 1822

MILDEWED

Contents:
With Index

Court Book, manor of Abbotts, Austens and Gerrards  HB26/371/5  1st August 1766-26th November [...] 1898

Contents:
With Index

D. Stewards' Files  [no ref. or date]

Steward's File, manor of Abbots, Austens and Gerrards  HB26/371/63  14th January 1685-3rd November 1712

E. Rentals, Surveys and Extents  [no ref. or date]

Extent of the manor of Darsham  HB26/371/59  April 1587

Contents:
Late the Abbots of Leiston, together with a rental

Extent of the manors of Austens and Gerrardes  HB26/371/60  April 1587

Contents:
Together with a rental

Rough Survey, manor of Darsham Abbotts  HB26/371/135  1558-1603

Contents:
Etc. [...] C. Elizabeth, with rough plans of holdings on cover and 1st page

Survey and Extent of the manor of Darsham  HB26/371/61  August 1601

Contents:
Late Abbotts, Austens and Gerrards

Copy of a rental (for the manor of Darsham Abbotts)  HB26/371/132  28th November 1597

Contents:
Delivered to Leonard Caster, gentleman

Manor of Bramfield with Brookhall alias [...] Stonhems  [no ref. or date]

A. Court Rolls  [no ref. or date]


Related information: (SEE ALSO HD 1433/1-10)

Court Roll, manor of Bramfield  HB26/371/40  9th October 1385-13th January 1400

21 membranes

Contents:
With undated memorandum as to grant of lands and tenements in Bramfield by John Peverel to Richard Bertilmer attached.

Fragments of 3 membranes from Court Roll for manor of Bramfield  HB26/371/46  (1386/7 and 1396/7)

Contents:
10 and 20 Richard 11

Court Roll, manor of Bramfield  HB26/371/39  12th December 1401-3rd November 1412

15 membranes

Court Roll, manor of Bramfield  HB26/371/42  9th July [...] 1413-2nd July 1421

10 membranes

Court Roll, manor of Bramfield  HB26/371/43  4th August 1423-20th Oct 1459

33 membranes

Court Roll, manor of Bramfield  HB26/371/41  10th May 1461-13th April 1483

29 membranes

Court Roll, manor of Bramfield  HB26/371/110  31st October 1485-22nd October [...] 15

29 membranes

Court Roll, manor of Bramfield  HB26/371/104  4th April 1510-19th October 1545

39 membranes

Court Roll, manor of Bramfield  HB26/371/109  26th April 1547-2nd May 1552

10 membranes

Court Roll, manor of Bramfield  HB26/371/83  23rd October 1553-31st July 1559

8 membranes

Contents:
Cover - page from service book

Court Roll, manor of Bramfield with Brokehall, alias Stonhams  HB26/371/103  1st May 1559-21st July 1602

56 membranes

Court Roll, manor of Bramfield with Brokehall, alias Stonhams  HB26/371/111  30th July 1605-21st October 1619

32 membranes

Court Roll, manor of Bramfield with Brokehall, alias Stonhams  HB26/371/112  21st June 1620-18th October 1624

4 membranes

Court Roll, manor of Bramfield with Brokehall, alias Stonhams  HB26/371/81  17th October 1625-3rd October 1635

11 membranes

Court Roll, manor of Bramfield with Brookhall, alias Stonhams  HB26/371/80  17th September 1641-5th May 1665

39 membranes

Court Roll, manor of Bramfield with Brookhall, alias Stonhams  HB26/371/108  11th May 1666-10th June 1681

29 membranes and cover

Court Roll, manor of Bramfield with Brookehall, alias Stonhams  HB26/371/107  8th December 1681-5th June 1705

43 membranes

Court Roll, manor of Bramfield with Brookhall, alias Stonhams  HB26/371/106  19th October 1705-5th November 1712

13 membranes and cover

Court Roll, manor of Bramfield with Brookhall, alias Stonhams  HB26/371/105  11th March 1712-1st May 1724

24 membranes

Court Roll, manor of Bramfield with Brokehall, alias Stonhams  HB26/371/82  8th July 1725-29th November 1785

4 membranes, loose

B. Abstracts of Court Rolls  [no ref. or date]

Book of Abstracts from Court Rolls, manor of Bramfield  HB26/371/52  1547-1603

Contents:
T. Edward 6 - T. Elizabeth.
Cover part of service book, with music (4 [...] stove, red and blue initials)

Abstracts of Court Rolls, manor of Bramfield with Brookhall, alias Stonhams  HB26/371/54  1711

Contents:
Book with vellum cover, decorated red ink

C. Court Books  [no ref. or date]

Court Book, manor of Bramfield with Brookhall, alias Stonhams  HB26/371/11  1st May 1724-6th June 1757

Contents:
With index
This Court continued in following book

Court Book, manor of Bramfield with Brookhall, alias Stonhams  HB26/371/10  6th June 1757-21st April 1785

Contents:
With index
This Court began in previous book

Court Book, manor of Bramfield with Brookhall, alias Stonhams  HB26/371/19  18th January 1786-25th February 1832

Contents:
With index

Court Book, manor of Bramfield with Brookhall, alias Stonhams  HB26/371/3  7th October 1806-10th December 1832

Contents:
Marked 'O' with Index

Court Book, manor of Bramfield with Brookhall, alias Stonhams  HB26/371/2  24th April 1834-26th June 1876

Contents:
Marked 'H' with Index

Court Book, manor of Bramfield with Brookhall, alias Stonhams  HB26/371/1  1st May 1878-18th September 1925

Contents:
Marked 'I', with Index

Page from minute book, manor of Bramfield [...] c.James I.  HB26/371/53  [n.d.]

D. Stewards' Files  [no ref. or date]

Steward's File, manor of Bramfield with Brookhall and Stonhams  HB26/371/102  16th April 1693-9th November 1712

E. Accounts  [no ref. or date]

Compotus, manor of Bramfield  HB26/371/48  Michaelmas 1454

Parchment roll 1 end eaten

Compotus, manor of Bramfield  HB26/371/49  Michaelmas 1458

Parchment roll

Contents:
First part of roll appears to be missing.

F. Rentals, Surveys and Extents  [no ref. or date]

Rental or Extent of the manor of Bramfield  HB26/371/72  1448

Parchment

Contents:
Renewed in October, 27 Henry 6 ( [...] 1448) in the time of [...] Hogor Bovbrigge, Master of Mettingham College, Lord of the manor.

Survey of the manor of Bramfield and Brookhall  HB26/371/71  1478

Parchment

Contents:
Made 18 Edward 4 (1478/9) in the time of William [...], Master of Mettingham College, lord of the manor.

Rental, manor of Bramfield with Brookhall  HB26/371/47  1498

Parchment roll

Contents:
20th September 1498

Rental or Extent of the manor of Bramfield.  HB26/371/51  1589

Paper book

Contents:
Michaelmas 1589

Rental, manor of Bramfield with Brookhall and Stonhams  HB26/371/45  1602

2 membranes

Contents:
Michaelmas 1602

Rental, manor of Bramfield with Brookhall and Stonhams.  HB26/371/44  1613

2 membranes

Contents:
Michaelmas 1613

Rough book  HB26/371/50  1542-1562/3

Contents:
Containing note of business to be done at each Court; minutes of Court for the manor of Bramfield (?) 10th January 1542, and rough extent of the manor, with other memoranda as to tenants, etc. made c. 5 Elisabeth (1562/3)

G. Evidence of Title  [no ref. or date]

Bundle of deeds  HB26/371/124  1640-1681

Contents:
Concerning the manors of Bramfield and Brokehall and lands in Bramfield. 1562 (conveyance to Sir Nicholas Bacon) - 1681.
Including probate will of Philip Bacon, Woolverstone, Esq., 25th July 1635; marriage settlement Thomas [...] Bodingfield and Hannah Bacon 1st May 1640.

Manor of Bulcamp  [no ref. or date]

A. Court Rolls  [no ref. or date]

Court Roll  HB26/371/75  1510-1556

17 membranes

Contents:
Manor of [...] Bulcamp, 3rd June 1510 - 1st March 1524 and 5th April 1541 - [...] th October 1548.
Also sewn into the roll: Court Book for the same manor, 10th October 1530 - 21st September 1556. Followed by rentals for various [...] cases and composition made between Robert Armiger, lord of the manor, and the commoners, as to their rights, 25th ( ) [...] c. Elizabeth.

Court Roll  HB26/371/76  1557-1593

3 copies

Contents:
Manor of Bulcamp, 15th June 1557 - 7th October 1575 and 6th October 1591 - 3rd January 1593.
3 membranes
Also sewn into roll Court Book for the same manor, 3rd April 1560 - 1st October 1570 and of Court Roll.

Court Roll, manor of Bulcamp, 17th September 1594 - 31st March 1629.  HB26/371/74  1594-1629

3 membranes

B. Court Books  [no ref. or date]

Rough Court Book or Minute Book  HB26/371/73  1570-1658

Contents:
Manors of Bulcamp and Waseley in Wenhaston, 13th October 1590 - 4th May 1652, 31st July (?) 1570 - 23rd April 1658.
Courts baron and leet and view of frankpledge

Manor of Brampton  [no ref. or date]

A. Court Book  [no ref. or date]

Court Book  HB26/371/79  1591-1749

Contents:
For the manor of Brampton with part of Redisham in Stoven and Shelfhanger, 13th October 1591 - 13th October 1595.
(View of frankpledge)
Folded inside the book:-
(a) Court Book for the same manor, 13th October 1645 - 14th October 1672. (View of frankpledge)
(b) Counterpart release and [...] manualesion of copyhold messuage and lands in Brampton: Sir John Rous to Thomas Ellis, 20th May 1749.
(c) Membrane of Court Roll for the same manor, 13th October 1692 - 13th October 1696. (Courts leet).

B. Steward's File  [no ref. or date]

Steward's File  HB26/371/77  1620-1658

Contents:
(Presentments and verdicts of the leet) manor of Brampton with part of Redisham in Stoven and Shelfhanger, 13th October 1620 - 13th October 1698.

Manor of Bretton Soke in Worlingham  [no ref. or date]

A. Rentals  [no ref. or date]

Rentals for the manor of Bretton Soke, Worlingham 1678, 1675 and 1678.  HB26/371/78  1773-8

Manor of Darsham with Yoxford  [no ref. or date]

A. Court Rolls  [no ref. or date]

Court Roll, manor of Darsham, 10th October 1330 - 19th January 1463.  HB26/371/121  1330-1463

61 membranes

Contents:
Courts general and leet

Court Roll  HB26/371/122  Manor of Darsham with Yoxford, [...] 19th October 1392 (?)-25th September 1542

77 membranes

Court Roll  HB26/371/123  1550-1625

61 membranes

Contents:
Manor of Darsham with Yoxford, 12th September 1550 - 21st October 1623.
1st membrane: heading of court decorated pen and ink

Court Roll  HB26/371/126  1686-1712

21 membranes

Contents:
Manor of Darsham with Yoxford, 3rd November 1686 - 3rd November 1712.
And cover

Court Roll  HB26/371/125  1715-1722

15 membranes

Contents:
Manor of Darsham with Yoxford, 24th November 1715 - 25th September 1722.
Loose

Court Roll  HB26/371/117  1722-1725

3 membranes

Contents:
Manor of Darsham with Yoxford, 22nd March 1722, 9th July 1725.
Loose

Abstracts of Court Rolls  [no ref. or date]

Abstracts of Court Rolls  HB26/371/137  1714

Contents:
Manor of Darsham with Yoxford
(Cover: red and black lettering)

C. Court Books  [no ref. or date]

Court Book  HB26/371/139  1597-1612

Contents:
Manor of Darsham with Yoxford, 4th April 1597 - 13th February 1612.

Court Book  HB26/371/138  1620-1637

Contents:
Manor of Darsham with Yoxford, 14th October 1620 (previous court incomplete) - 18th July 1637.

Court Book  HB26/371/26  1638-1689

Contents:
Manor of Darsham with Yoxford, with Index, 31st March 1638 6th April 1689.
(Courts baron and leet)

Court Book  HB26/371/27  [...] 169-1729

Contents:
Manor of Darsham with Yoxford, with Index, 3rd April 1691 - 23th April 1729.

Court Book  HB26/371/28  1730-1768

Contents:
Manor of Darsham with Yoxford, with Index, 23rd May 1730 - 1st December 1762.

Court Book  HB26/371/4  1722-1770

Contents:
Manor of Darsham with Yoxford, with Index, 22nd March 1722 - 4th January 1770.

Court Book  HB26/371/37  1763-1803

Contents:
Manor of Darsham with Yoxford, with Index, 25th March 1763 - [...] th August 1803.

Court Book  HB26/371/15  1770-1815

Contents:
Manor of Darsham with Yoxford, with Index, 30th May 1770 - 2nd May 1815.

Court Book  HB26/371/38  1817-1841

Contents:
Manor of Darsham with Yoxford, with Index, 19th February 1817 - 21st December 1841.

Court Book  HB26/371/31  1803-1835

Contents:
Manor of Darsham with Yoxford, with Index, 15th August 1803 (continuation of court) - 27th April 1835.
(Marked 'Liber E')

Court Book  HB26/371/30  1835-1872

Contents:
Manor of Darsham with Yoxford, with Index, 29th August 1835 - 5th June 1872.
(Marked 'F')

Court Book  HB26/371/29  1874-1921

Contents:
Manor of Darsham with Yoxford, with Index, 9th July 1874 - 16th December 1921.
(Marked 'G')

D. Minute Book  [no ref. or date]

Minute Book  HB26/371/134  1593-1596

Contents:
Manor of Darsham with Yoxford, 20th April 1593 - 5th October 1596.

E. Steward's File  [no ref. or date]

Steward's File  HB26/371/120  1681-1712

Contents:
Manor of Darsham with Yoxford, 20th September 1681 - 3rd November 1712.

F. Rentals, Surveys and Extents  [no ref. or date]

Extent or Survey of the manor of Darsham  HB26/371/131  1478-1568

Contents:
[...] May, 10 Elisabeth (1567/8), according to the extent made 18 Edward 4 (1478/9).

Extent or Survey of the manor of Darsham with Yoxford, lately belonging to the Priory of Thetford.  HB26/371/136  April 1997

Rental for the manor of Darsham with Yoxford, 1587 - 1604.  HB26/371/129  1587-c 1604

Rental or Extent of the manor of Darsham with Yoxford, renewed 1st May 1632.  HB26/371/130  1632

Manor of Farmhall in Brundish  [no ref. or date]

A. Court Books  [no ref. or date]

Court Book  HB26/371/114  1565-1586

Contents:
Manor of Farmhall in Brundish, [...] c.Easter 1565 - 6th April 1586.
(Courts with leet)

Court Book  HB26/371/115  [113?]

Contents:
Manor of Farmhall in Brundish, 26th March 1589 (previous court incomplete, pages missing) - 7th April 1596.
(Courts with leet)

Court Book  HB26/371/113  1608-1638

Contents:
Manor of [...] Burnhall in Brundish, c.Easter 1608(?) - 21st March 1638
(Courts general and leet and view of frankpledge).

Manor of Netherhall in Eve  [no ref. or date]

A. Court Book  [no ref. or date]

Court Book  HB26/371/9  1723-1833

Contents:
Manor of Netherhall in Eye, with Index, 7th December 1723 - 25th March 1833.

Manor of Reydon  [no ref. or date]

A. Court Rolls  [no ref. or date]

Court Roll  HB26/371/84  1494-1495

28 membranes

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, 23rd October [...] 14 23rd May [...] 1434 and 23rd November 1493 [...] th July [...] 1434
Courts Baron and leet.

Court Roll  HB26/371/87  1463-1469

17 membranes

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, 29th November 1463 - 19th December 1469.
Courts general and leet

Court Roll  HB26/371/89  1470-1482

23 membranes

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, 26th July 1470 - 17th July 1482.
Courts general and leet

Court Roll  HB26/371/88  1483-1485

5 membranes

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, 29th July 1483 - 11th July 1483.
Courts general and leet

Court Roll  HB26/371/85  1485-1507

27 membranes

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, 29th October 1485 - 4th November 1507.
Courts baron and leet

Court Roll  HB26/371/92  1509-1525

20 membranes

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, 7th November [...] 19 - 6th May 1525.
Courts general and leet

Court Roll  HB26/371/91  1526-1547

29 membranes

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, 19th August 1526 - 4th April 1547.
Courts general and leet

Court Roll; General courts  HB26/371/95  1547-1553

9 membranes

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, 8th October 1547 - 25th March 1553.
Courts leet and view of frankpledge

Court Roll  HB26/371/93  1555-1557

8 membranes

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, 30th May 1555 - 7th October 1557.
Courts general and leet - 1st membrane decorated with pen and ink drawings in red and brown; strap work, fabricated and lettering white on brown.

Court Roll  HB26/371/96  1558-1590; 1576

62 membranes

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, 30th March 1558 - 7th April 1590.
Courts general and leet
Also sewn into the roll: Court Book for the same Manor, Bird. in 3rd week (of Lent) 1576 - 21st October 1576.

Court Roll  HB26/371/94  1596-1602

9 membranes

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, 7th April 1596 - 6th October 1602.
(Courts general and leet, 1 loose)

Court Roll  HB26/371/101  1603-1651

83 membranes

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, 8th April 1603 - 21st January 1651.
Courts general and leet

Court Roll  HB26/371/86  1652-1695

68 membranes

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, 5th May 1652 - 28th May 1695.
Courts baron and leet

Court Roll  HB26/371/90  1657-1712

34 membranes

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, 11th May 1657 - 29th October 1712 and cover.

Court Roll  HB26/371/99  1713-1721

15 membranes

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, 2 [...] th April 1713 - 28th April 1721.
Courts general and leet

Court Roll  HB26/371/100  1722-1724

12 membranes

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, 25th March 1722 - 30th October 1724.
Courts baron and leet

B. Court Books  [no ref. or date]

Court Book  HB26/371/24  1624-1659

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, with Index, 12th October 1624 - 11th October 1659.
Courts baron and leet

Court Book  HB26/371/22  1697-1711

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, with Index, 6th August 1697 - 16th April 1711.
Courts baron and leet

Court Book  HB26/371/25  1712-1729

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, with Index, 25th April 1712 - 28th November 1729.

Court Book  HB26/371/6  1722-1764

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, with Index, 28th March 1722 - 2 [...] th March 1764.
Courts baron and leet

Court Book  HB26/371/23  1767

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, with Index, 1st February 1730 (some pages probably missing at beginning of book) - 13th March 1767.

Court Book  HB26/371/8  1765-1800

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, with Index, 18th January 1765 - 20th December 1800.

Court Book  HB26/371/34  1769-1801

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, with Index, 24th May 1769 - 7th December 1801. Marked 'Liber [...] F'.

Court Book  HB26/371/7  1801-1841

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, with Index, 22nd January 1801 - 13th March 1841.

Court Book  HB26/371/33  1803-1833

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, with Index, 19th February 1805 - 23rd November 1833. Marked 'Liber O'.

Court Book  HB26/371/32  1835-1923

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, with Index, 15th May 1835 - 19th July 1923.

C. Steward's File  [no ref. or date]

Steward's File  HB26/371/97  1697-1712

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, 11th May 1697 - 30th July 1712.

D. Rentals, Surveys and Extents  [no ref. or date]

Bundle of Rentals  HB26/371/70  1470-1725

Cullyer Rentals  HB26/371/70/(a)  1673, 1691 - 1715, 1722-1725, 1728, 1660, 1701

For manor of Reydon  HB26/371/70/(b)  1702, 1724 and 1725

For manor of Wangford  HB26/371/70/(c)  1715

Also membrane from Court Roll, Manor of Reydon, 40 Henry 6 and 11 Edward 4.  [no ref.]  1470/71

Bundle of Rentals  HB26/371/69  1703-1726

For the manor of Reydon  HB26/371/69/(a)  1703 - 1706 and 1710-1723

For the manor of Wangford  HB26/371/69/(b)  1725 and 1726

Cullyer Rentals  HB26/371/69/(c)  1720 and 1726

Manor of Reydon Wingfields  [no ref. or date]

A. Court Books  [no ref. or date]

Court Book  HB26/371/20  1654-1746

Contents:
Manor of Reydon Wingfields, with Index, 17th August 1654 - 5th April 1746.

Court Book  HB26/371/16  1679-1829

Contents:
Manor of Reydon Wingfields, with Index, 17th September 1679 - 29th January 1829

Court Book  HB26/371/21  1749-1821

Contents:
Manor of Reydon Wingfields, with Index, 15th June 1747 - 28th November 1780.
With minute book for the same manor, 18th November 1778 - 12th November 1821 inserted.

Court Book  HB26/371/14  1790-1847

Contents:
Manor of Reydon Wingfields, with Index, 25th November 1790 - 14th September 1847. Marked 'L.C.'

Court Book  HB26/371/13  1848-1922

Contents:
Manor of Reydon Wingfields, with Index, 25th February 1848 - 6th April 1922. Marked 'D'.

Court Book  HB26/371/12  1922-1933

Contents:
Manor of Reydon Wingfields, with Index, 6th April 1922 - 15th May 1933. Marked [...] 'S'.

B. Steward's File  [no ref. or date]

Steward's File  HB26/371/98  1642-1686

Contents:
Manor of Reydon Wingfield, 10th October 1642 - 5th October 1686.

Manor of Wrentham Poynings  [no ref. or date]

A. Court Rolls  [no ref. or date]

Court Roll  HB26/371/56  1588-1629

3 membranes

Contents:
Manor of Wrentham Poynings on the part of Atherton and Reydon, 21st September 1588 - 10th October 1629.

Court Roll  HB26/371/55  1588-1702

9 membranes

Contents:
Manor of Wrentham Poynings on the part of Atherton and Reydon, 21st September 1588 - 1st August 1702.
(First part a fair copy of the previous roll).

B. Minute Book  [no ref. or date]

Minute Book  HB26/371/57  Tattered and town

1519-1528

Contents:
Manor of Wrentham Poynings, [...] 11 Henry 8 (1519/20) - 21st April 1528
Courts baron and leet

Miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

Bundle  HB26/371/127  1786-1825

Contents:
Containing 4 account books of the profits of the manors of Lord John Rous: 1786 - 1799, 1795 - 1807, 1808 - 1817, 1818 - 1825.

Bundle  HB26/371/128  1799-[...] 1822

Contents:
Containing 24 tenants account books, estates of Lord Rous and the Earl of Stradbroke.

Receipt  HB26/371/118  14th December 1802

Contents:
From the Marquis of Cornwallis to Lord John Rous for redemption and extinguishment of Castle and rent due to the Honour of Rye for lands in Darsham.

Mortgage to Sir John Rous, Darsham Hall, for (?) to [...] its on the Yoxford, [...] Saxmundhum, [...] Benhalt and Alderburgh Turnpike, 15th September.  HB26/371/119  1794

Title deeds, Earl of Stradbroke's estate  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Schedule of Deeds relating to the Estates of the Earl of Stradbroke

Bundle marked "Writings belonging to an estate in Henham, purchased by Sir John Rous, Bart., of Robert Knights wife - late Calvers. Conveyance dated 10th October 1779 purchase money £260". Numbered 2  HB26/412/1-21  [n.d.]

Copy of court roll: Henham cum Cravens  HB26/412/1  28 April 1617

Contents:
Admission to close, 6 acres, on west of Henham Grove, in Henham, adjoining common way from Wangford to Henham, and a close of land and meadow, with an easement leading to the gates of the Lord's Park, of Thomas Haywarde, on death of his father, John Haywarde. 15 James I

Copy of court roll: Sotherton  HB26/412/2  28 April 1617

Contents:
Admission to piece of meadow and aldergrove - 1½ acres, adjoining aldergrove, late of the priory of Wangford, in Henham, of Thomas Haywarde on death of his father, John Haywarde. 15 James I

Copy of court roll: Henham cum Cravens  HB26/412/3  23 January 1650/1

Contents:
Admission to close of land and meadow in Henham (as in HB26/412/1) of Bridgitt Hayward, daughter of Thomas Hayward of Westhall, yeoman, in accordance with his will.

Copy of court roll: Sotherton  HB26/412/4  16 October 1651

Contents:
Admission to piece of meadow and alder, 1½ acres, in Henham (as in HB26/412/2) of Bridgett Hayward, daughter of Thomas Hayward of Westhall, yeoman, in accordance with his will.

Copy of court roll: Henham cum Cravens  HB26/412/5  17 April 1662

Contents:
Admission to close of land and meadow in Henham (as in HB26/412/1), of Elizabeth Mary and Lidea Crashfeild on death of their mother Bridget, wife of Stephen Crashfeild.

Copy of court roll: Sotherton  HB26/412/6  17 April 1662

Contents:
Admission to piece of meadow and aldergrove, 1½ acres, in Henham (as in HB26/412/2) of Elizabeth Mary and Lidea Crashfeild, on death of their mother Bridgit, wife of Stephen Crashfield.

Copy of court roll: Henham cum Cravens  HB26/412/8  5 November 1702

Contents:
Admission to two parts of a close of land and pasture (as in HB26/412/1) of William Wotton, son of Fleetwood Wotton of Harleston, Norfolk, grocer, on his reaching age of 21, on surrender by Mary and Lidia Crashfield, spinsters. Surrender by William Wotton of the whole (three parts) of the close, and admission of Noah Chrispe of Wrentham, yeoman.

Copy of court roll: Sotherton  HB26/412/9  5 November 1702

Contents:
Admission to two parts of a piece of meadow and aldergrove, 1½ acres, in Henham, (as in HB26/412/2), of William Wotton, on his reaching age of 21, on surrender by Mary and Lidia Crashfield; surrender by William Wotton and admission of Noah Chrispe.

Conditional surrender of lands in manor of Henham cum Cravens  HB26/412/10  4 February 1702/3

Contents:
As security to pay money owed upon mortgages of lands in manors of Wangford and Sotherton. Noah Crispe of Wrentham, malster, to John Pacy of Lowestoft, mariner.

Conditional surrender of copyhold lands in manor of Sotherton  HB26/412/11  4 February 1702/3

Contents:
As security to pay money owed upon mortgages of lands in manors of Wangford and Henham with Cravens. Noah Crispe to John Pacy.

Copy of court roll: Henham cum Cravens  HB26/412/12  12 April 1705

Contents:
Admission to close of land and pasture (as in HB26/412/1) of Edward Carver of Wangford, yeoman on surrender by Noah Chrisp.

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/13  12 April 1705

Contents:
Admission to piece of meadow and aldergrove, 1½ acres, in Henham (as in H826/412/2) of Edward Carver on surrender by Noah Crisp.

Attested copy of bargain and sale  HB26/412/7  23 October 1779

Contents:
Of messuage called Talmages in Waynford (Wangford) and five pieces of land belonging thereto, in the same. James Whitton of Norwich, Norfolk, worsted-weaver, to William Carver of Wangford, yeoman, 13 January 1675.
(Copy made 23 October 1779. Old forms of spelling underlined).

Attested copy of renewed mortgage (lease for 500 years)  HB26/412/14  5 April 1774

Contents:
Of cottage in Wangford, adjoining common way from Uggeshall to Southwold, and King's highway, and other lands in Wangford and Henham, and covenant to make conditional surrender by way of mortgage of lands in manors of Henham with Cravens and Wangford. William Carver of Gillingham, Norfolk, malster, to Robert Margerom of Beccles, pump-maker.

Attested copy of deed to lead uses of fine  HB26/412/15  1 March 1779

Contents:
Upon messuages and freehold and copyhold lands in Wangford, Reydon and Henham, and messuages and lands in Gillingham St. Mary and Geldeston, Norfolk, to be levied by Robert Knights of Gillingham St. Mary, and Hannah, his wife, only daughter and heiress of William Carver of the same, wheelwright, to Rev. Robert Leman of Beccles, clerk, as to the Suffolk estate to the use of John Farr, executor of Robert Margerom, mortgagee, for residue of term of 500 years, and as to Norfolk estate, to the use of Prudence Bunn, widow and administratrix of John Bunn of Yelverton, Norfolk, yeoman, mortgagee, for residue of term of 1000 years, and then to the use of Robert Knights and Hannah, his wife.

Attested copy of assignment of mortgages (leases for 1000 years and 500 years)  HB26/412/16  25 March 1779

Contents:
Of estates in Gillingham and Geldeston, Norfolk, and in Wangford and Henham. Prudence Bunn of Yelverton, Norfolk, widow, by direction of Robert Knights and Hannah, his wife, and John Farr of North Cove, Esq., at the like direction, to Philip Smith of Geldeston, Norfolk, farmer. Appointment and lease for 600 years of estate in Reydon, Wangford and Henham by Robert Knights and Hannah, his wife, to the same, as security for further mortgage.

Abstract of title of Robert Knights of Gillingham, St. Mary, (Norfolk), yeoman, and Hannah, his wife, only child of William Carver, only son of Edward Carver of Wangford, yeoman, to freehold and copyhold lands in Henham. 1682-1779  HB26/412/17  c 1779

Enfranchisement.  HB26/412/18  10 October 1779

Contents:
Release of pightle in Wangford, adjoining common way from Uggeshall to Southwold, and the way to the Lord's wood in Reydon. John Rous of Henham, baronet, Lord of manor of Wangford, to Robert Knights of Gillingham St. Mary, Norfolk, yeoman, and Hannah, his wife.

Lease and release  HB26/412/19  9 10 October 1779

Contents:
Of freehold or copyhold close in Henham, 7 acres, 27 perches, piece of meadow or aldercarr in Henham, 2½ acres, meadow, one rood, in Henham, and piece of land in Wangford, adjoining common way from Uggeshall to Southwold. Robert Knights of Gillingham Saint Mary, Norfolk, yeoman, and Hannah, his wife, to Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet. Covenant to surrender copyhold land in the manors of Henham with Cravens, and Sotherton, to the use of Sir John Rous. Assignment of leasehold interest by way of mortgage in estate in Henham and Wangford. Philip Smith of Geldestone, Norfolk, farmer, to Richard Cresser of Blyford, gentleman, in trust for Sir John Rous, to wait upon the freehold inheritance.

Copy of absolute surrender (Henham with Cravens)  HB26/412/20  23 October 1779

Contents:
Of close of land and meadow, adjoining common rivulet from Wangford to Woolsey Bridge. Robert Knights of Gillingham St. Mary, Norfolk, yeoman, and Hannah, his wife, to the use of Sir John Rous, lord of the manor.

Copy of absolute surrender (Sotherton)  HB26/412/21  23 October 1779

Contents:
Of piece of meadow or aldercarr 1½ acres, in Henham. Robert Knights and Hannah, his wife, to Sir John Rous, lord of the manor.

Bundle marked "Writings belonging to a freehold estate in Bulcamp purchased by Sir John Rous, Bart., of Mr. George Bitton. Conveyance dated 17th Novr. 1779 - purchase money £700". Numbered 3.  HB26/412/22-52  [n.d.]

Bundle "Relating to the estate in Bulcamp purchased by Mr. George Bitton of Mr. John May"  [no ref. or date]

Probate of will of John Handy of Bulcamp, yeoman, dated 31 March 1671.  HB26/412/22  7 June 1671

Contents:
Estate in Bulcamp to John Handy, his son.

Mortgage: lease for 1000 years  HB26/412/23  8 January 1692/3

Contents:
Of messuage in Bulcamp in Blythburgh, with appurtenances. Samuel Dessne of Westhall, yeoman, to Isaac Reeve of the same, surgeon. 6 April 1688.
On dorse: Assignment of leasehold interest by way of mortgage. Isaac Reeves at direction of John Fairellis of Westhall, yeoman, and Anne, his wife, daughter and heir of Samuel Dessne, to John Newson of Bramfield, gentleman, on trust for Isaac Reeve, to wait upon the freehold inheritance.

Receipt for £20, consideration money. Samuel Dessne to Isaac Reeve.  HB26/412/24  6 April 1688

Bond to observe conditions of agreement. Samuel Dessne to Isaac Reeve.  HB26/412/25  6 April 1688

Deed to lead uses of a fine by way of mortgage  HB26/412/26  9 January 1692/3

Contents:
To be levied upon messuage in Bulcamp, with appurtenances, etc., by Thomas White of Cookely, gentleman, and Sarah, his wife, John White of Halesworth, apothecary, his eldest son, Edmund Ludbrooke of Walpole, yeoman, and Elizabeth, his wife, John Ludbrooke of Ubbeston, grocer, his eldest son, John Fairellis of Westhall, yeoman, and Anne, his wife, to Thomas Neale of Bramfield, Esq., to the use of Isaac Reeve of Westhall, surgeon. Other party: Sarah White of Cookely, spinster, daughter of Thomas White.

Bond to observe conditions of agreement. John Fairellis of Westhall, yeoman, to Isaac Reeve of Westhall, surgeon.  HB26/412/27  9 January 1692/3

Receipt for £40, consideration money. John Fairellis to Isaac Reeve.  HB26/412/28  9 January 1692/3

Indenture of fine  HB26/412/29  9 February 1692/3

Contents:
Concerning four messuages, four gardens, four orchards, 52 acres land, 20 acres meadow, and 40 acres pasture, in Brampton, Ubbeston, and Bulcamp. Thomas Neale, Esq., quer., Thomas White, gentleman, and Sarah, his wife, John White, Edmund Ludbrooke and Elizabeth, his wife, John Ludbrooke, and John Fairellis and Anne, his wife, deforc. Octave of Purification, 4 William Mary

Lease and release  HB26/412/30  27 28 November 1720

Contents:
Of messuage in Bulcamp, with appurtenances. John Fairellis and Isaac Reeve of Westhall, surgeon, at his request, to Robert Bonner of Dunwich, yeoman, and covenant to levy fine to the use of the same.

Probate of will of Robert Bonner of Dunwich, yeoman, dated 28 February 1730. Farm in Bulcamp to William Sherington of Westleton. House in Walberswick (Waldersweck) to William Jessup, junior, the son of William Jessup of Dunwich.  HB26/412/31  4 May 1731

Lease and release  HB26/412/32  3 December 1745

Contents:
Of messuage and appurtenances in Bulcamp. William Sherington of Westleton, gentleman, to Robert May of Bulcamp, gentleman.

Quitclaim of annuity  HB26/412/33  25 December 1745

Contents:
Charged upon farm in Bulcamp, under will of Robert Bonner; Rebecca Archer of Dunwich, widow, sister of Robert Bonner, to William Sherington of Westleton, gentleman.

Copies of lease and release  HB26/412/34 35  28 29 September 1756

Contents:
Of closes of land, meadow, and pasture in Walpole, called Walpole Field, with a little grove, adjoining common high-way from Sibton to Halesworth, and way from Heveningham to Walpole, and messuage built thereon, messuage called Moseleyex, late site of manor of Walpole Havingham, in Walpole, meadow called Broad Meadow in Walpole Street, 4 acres, adjoining highway from Walpole Cross to Halesworth, and the river, messuage and appurtenances in Cretingham, and messuage and appurtenances in Bulcamp. Robert May of Sutton, Suffolk, gentleman, to John May, his son, of Southwold, merchant.

Agreement to convey messuage and appurtenances in Bulcamp.  HB26/412/36  16 May 1766

Contents:
John May of Southwold, merchant, to George Bitton of Uggeshall, gentleman.

Lease and release  HB26/412/37  9 10 October 1766

Contents:
Of messuage in Bulcamp with appurtenances, John May of Southwold, gentleman, and Amy, his wife, to George Bitton of Uggeshall, gentleman, and covenant to levy fine to the use of the same.

Bond to observe conditions of agreements. John May to George Bitton. 10 October 1766.  HB26/412/38  1762-1766

Contents:
Enclosed: Receipt for relief upon lands in Bulcamp, to John May, 20 April 1762.
Receipt for quit rent to Mr. May. 16 April 1762.
Receipt for Mr. May's land tax. 15 October 1765.

Indenture of fine  HB26/412/39  1766

Contents:
Concerning two messuages, a malthouse, barn, two stables, two gardens, orchard, 30 acres land, 6 acres pasture and 6 acres meadow in Bulcamp, Holton and Halesworth. John Deeks, pet; John Church and Mary, his wife, William Clewes and Jane, his wife, and John May, gentleman, and Amy, his wife, deforc. Quindene of St. Martin, 7 George III

Bundle: "Writings relating to an estate in Bulcamp formerly Isaac Jarmy's purchased by John Bitton of Thos. Knights"  [no ref. or date]

Lease and release  HB26/412/40  24 25 June 1691

Contents:
Of messuage with appurtenances in Bulcamp, adjoining King's highway from Henham Hall to Blythburgh, 2½ acres, and four closes belonging thereto. Robert Leece of Bulcamp, yeoman, executor of John Leece, his brother, to Daniel Reeve of Westleton, yeoman.

Lease and release  HB26/412/41  22 23 September 1710

Contents:
Of messuage with appurtenances in Bulcamp, etc. (as in HB26/412/40). Robert Reeve of Ipswich, yeoman, to John Jarmy of Blythburgh, blacksmith.

Lease and release  HB26/412/42  10 December 1726

Contents:
Of messuage with appurtenances in Bulcamp, etc. (as in HB26/412/40), and messuage newly built after destruction by fire, with land, one acre, adjoining ways from Gaol by Old Market to church, and from Bridge to church, and land called Barn Yard or Tyth Barn Yard, adjoining Old Market Place. Isaac Jarmy of Halesworth, tailor, to Robert Moxon of Barnards Inn, London, gentleman, in order that he may be tenant to precipe for a common recovery to be made by Peter Pullyn of Halesworth, gentleman, to the use of Edmund Knights, the younger, of Halesworth, grocer.

Mortgage. Lease for 1000 years  HB26/412/43  15 April 1729

Contents:
Of messuage in Bulcamp, etc. (as in HB26/412/42). Edmund Knights the younger of Halesworth, grocer, to Francis Rumsby of Chediston, yeoman.

Bond to observe conditions of agreement. Edmund Knight to Francis Mumsby.  HB26/412/44  15 April 1729

Assignment of mortgage  HB26/412/45  4 February 1733

Contents:
Of lands (as in HB26/412/42). Francis Mumsby of Chediston, yeoman, executor of Francis Mumsby of the same, yeoman, at direction of Edmund Knights, the younger, of Halesworth, grocer, to Mary Robinson of Cookely, spinster.

Assignment of mortgage  HB26/412/46  9 June 1735

Contents:
Of lands (as in HB26/412/42). Mary Robinson of Cookely, spinster, at direction of Edmund Knights, the younger, of Halesworth, grocer, to John Manning of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, merchant.

Bond to pay money owed. Edmund Knights to John Manning.  HB26/412/47  9 June 1735

Quitclaim  HB26/412/48  24 June 1748

Contents:
Of dower and interest in lands and tenements in Blythburgh and Bulcamp. Mary Knights of Halesworth, widow of Edmund Knights of the same, grocer, to Thomas Knights of Halesworth, beer-brewer, her only son.

Release  HB26/412/49  7 April 1750

Contents:
Of messuages and lands in Soutwood, Cantley and Reedham, Norfolk, blacksmith's shop with barn and lands in Blythburgh, messuage, barn and lands in the same, messuage with lands in Bulcamp, messuage called Oatmeal Office in Halesworth, with orchard adjacent, messuages in Halesworth, five pieces of meadow, and a piece of land or pasture in Halesworth called Angell Meadows, 16 acres, inn called Green Man in Halesworth, and Brewing Offices and houses adjoining, inn called Swan in Halesworth, inn called Angell inn in Halesworth, with appurtenances and Bowling Green, and messuages in Cheston Street, Halesworth. Thomas Knights of Halesworth, beer-brewer, with consent of Thomas Cooke of London, distiller, Richard Blunt of the same, distiller, Newman Hatley of the same, distiller, William Munday of Southwark, Surrey, distiller, and Thomas Brereton of Norwich, stay-maker, creditors of Thomas Knights, to Sir Robert Ladbroke of London, knight, also a creditor of Thomas Knights, on trust to sell the lands and property and divide the proceeds among the creditors of the said Thomas Knights, and pay off the mortgages upon the said lands.

Lease and release  HB26/412/50  30 31 Dec. 1751

Contents:
Of freehold messuage in Bulcamp with appurtenances, etc. (as in HB26/412/42), and messuage called Botwrights in Blythburgh, with orchard, etc, one acre, and land, one acre. Thomas Knights of Halesworth, beer-brewer, eldest son and heir of Edmund Knights of the same, grocer, and Sir Robert Ladbroke of London, knight, to John Bitton of Uggeshall, gentleman. Assignment of leasehold interests by way of mortgages in the said estates. Nathaniel Colby of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, mariner, by direction of Thomas Knights, Sir Robert Ladbroke, and John Bitton, to John Farr, the younger, of Beccles, gentleman, on trust for John Bitton, to wait upon the freehold inheritance.

Abstract of title of George Bitton, son of John Bitton of Uggeshall, gentleman, to an estate in Bulcamp (as in HB26/412/22 - 39 and 40-50). 1671-1766.  HB26/412/51  c 1766

Lease and release  HB26/412/52  1779-1783

Contents:
Of messuage and appurtenances in Bulcamp, adjoining King's highway from Henham Hall to Blythburgh, and four closes belonging thereto, and messuage and appurtenances in Bulcamp, purchased from John May. George Bitton of Uggeshall, gentleman, only son and heir at law of John Bitton, gentleman, of the same, to Sir John Rous of Darsham, baronet. 16 17 November 1779.
Enclosed: Promise to pay £4.8.6 on 10 October 1783. George Bitton to Sir John Rous, baronet. 17 November 1779.

Bundle marked: "Writings belonging to a Cottage etc. in Henham purchased by Sir Jno. Rous Bart. of Thomas Fenn. Conveyance dated 24th April 1781 purchase money £130". Numbered 4.  HB26/412/53-59  [n.d.]

Quitclaim  HB26/412/53  31 March 1759

Contents:
Of leasehold interest in a piece of land in Henham to be sold to Thomas Fenn, for him to build a house thereon. William Boyce of Henham, gentleman, to Sir John Rous, baronet.

Lease and release  HB26/412/54  2 3 April 1759

Contents:
Of piece of land, between common highway from Wangford to Henham Green, the common river, and common highway from Blythburgh to Wangford, 2 roods, 14 perches. Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet, to Thomas Fenn of Wangford, labourer.

Mortgage: lease for 1000 years  HB26/412/55  1 January 1760

Contents:
Of messuage with appurtenances, 2 roods, 14 perches, in Henham. Thomas Fenn of Henham, labourer, to Richard Gooch of the same, singleman.

Bond to pay money owed. Thomas Fenn to Richard Gooch.  HB26/412/56  1 January 1760

Additional mortgage upon the same premises in HB26/412/55. Thomas Fenn of Henham, labourer, to Richard Gooch, late of Henham, but now of Wrentham, singleman.  HB26/412/57  3 January 1775

Bond to pay money owed. Thomas Fenn to Richard Gooch.  HB26/412/58  3 January 1775

Lease and release  HB26/412/59  23 24 April 1781

Contents:
Of messuage and land (as in HB26/412/54-55). Thomas Fenn of Henham, labourer, to Sir John Rous of Darsham, baronet. Assignment of leasehold interest by way of mortgage in the same. John Gooch of Sotherton, farmer, administrator of Richard Gooch, late of Henham, and since of Wrentham, singleman, deceased, at direction of Thomas Fenn, to Peter Jermyn of Halesworth, gentleman, in trust for Sir John Rous, to wait upon the freehold inheritance.

Bundle marked: "Conveyance of a cottage, etc. in Bulcamp from John Leggatt to Sir Jno. Rous, Bart. Dated 24th Jany. 1786. Purchase money £33.12."  HB26/412/60-62  [n.d.]

Lease and release  HB26/412/60  1736-1754

Contents:
Of piece of freehold land in Bulcamp, three roods, adjoining King's highway from Blythburgh to Southwold. John Barrow of Saxmundham, locksmith, and Hannah, his wife, daughter and heir-at-law of Thomas Attershall, late of Walberswick, miller, to John Blowers of Bulcamp, yeoman. 22 23 June 1736.
On dorse:-
Assignment of leasehold interest (term of 500 years) by way of mortgage, in the same, John Blowers to John Dodd of Bulcamp, farmer. 10 April 1738.
Quitclaim of interest in house and land at Bulcamp. Mary Blowers, widow, and Mary Blowers, her daughter, to Samuel Leggitt, senior of Walpole. 23 September 1754.
Receipt for purchase money. The same to the same. 23 September 1754.
(The last two entries illiterately drafted).

Bond to observe conditions of agreement. John Barrow to John Blowers.  HB26/412/61  23 June 1736

Lease and release  HB26/412/62  24 January 1786

Contents:
Of freehold cottage with appurtenances in Bulcamp. John Leggatt of Cookley, thatcher, eldest son and next heir at law of Mary Leggatt, widow of John Leggatt of Walpole, thatcher, formerly Mary Blowers, only daughter and heir of John Blowers of Bulcamp, yeoman, to Sir John Rous of Darsham, baronet.

Bundle marked: "Writings and title deeds of the Estate in Sotherton etc. purchased by Sir John Rous Bart. of the cohiers of Mr. Richd. Smith, deceased. In 2 Bundles." Numbered 6.  HB26/412/63-105  [n.d.]


Related information: See also Bundle 7

Deed to lead uses of a fine to be levied  HB26/412/63  1 October (1580)

Contents:
Concerning messuage with appurtenances in Sotherton, with lands in Sotherton, Wangford, and Henham, by Robert Hoxon of Sotherton, yeoman, to John Browne of Spexhall, gentleman, and William Coppyn of Spexhall, singleman, and the heirs of John Browne, to the use of Robert Hoxon. 22 Elizabeth

Probate of will of Robert Hoxton of Sotherton, yeoman, dated 16 May 1588.  HB26/412/64  20 January 1588/9

Contents:
Lands and tenements in Sotherton and Henham, or elsewhere, to Robert Hoxton, son of his son, Reignold Hoxton.

Probate of will of Robert Hoxton of Beccles, yeoman, dated 26 December 1621.  HB26/412/65  18 March 1621/2

Contents:
Lands and tenements in Sotherton, and Henham, to Robert Hoxton, his son.

Certificate by Sir John Rous, lord of the manor of Sotherton  HB26/412/66  27 July 1624

Contents:
That Robert Hoxton, at his death, held a messuage, and 103 acres of arable, meadow or pasture in free socage, at the rent of one bee bowl of honey.

Certificate by William Girlinge, bailiff to the Rt. Worshipful Robert Hoxton, Esquire  HB26/412/67  No date

Contents:
That Robert Hoxton, late of Sotherton, deceased, held seven acres of land in Sotherton (manor of Blythburgh Priory) in free socage, at rent of two shillings.

Copy of will of Robert Hoxton of Limehouse, Middlesex, mariner, dated 18 June 1627.  HB26/412/68  c 1631/2

Contents:
Lands and tenements in Sotherton, Henham and Uggeshall, to Walter Hoxton, his son. Lands and tenements in Blythburgh and Walberswick to William Hoxton, his son.
Proved 24 February 1631/2.

Two indentures of fine  HB26/412/69  (1642)

Contents:
Concerning two messuages, a garden, 30 acres land, ten acres meadow, 70 acres pasture and ten acres wood, in Sotherton, Wangford, and Henham. John Heminges and John Oldham, quer; Walter Hoxton and Richard Irons and Sarah, his wife, deforc. Octave of St. Martin, 18 Charles I

Common recovery  HB26/412/70  1642

Great seal lost.

Contents:
Of two messuages, a garden, 30 acres land, ten acres meadow, 70 acres pasture, and 10 acres wood in Sotherton, Wangford and Henham, by Thomas Davis and Thomas Bromfeild from John Hemings and John Oldham. Walter Hoxton and Edward Howse, vouchees. Michaelmas term 18 Charles I.

Probate of will of Walter Hoxton of Limehouse, mariner, dated 25 June 1652.  HB26/412/71  25 January 1653/4

Contents:
Lands and tenements to his wife Rachell, during the infancy of their children, and then to Walter Hoxton, his son, subject to annuities payable to Rachel, his wife, and Sarah Irons, his aged mother.

Lease for 200 years  HB26/412/72  19 April 1656

Contents:
Of close called Hadstyns, 9 acres, in Henham, adjoining lands of manor of Henham, called Bixleys. John Rous of Henham, Esq. to Walter Hoxton of Limehouse (Lymus) Middlesex, ---, at rent of 6s.8d.

Probate of will of Walter Hoxton of Wapping in Whitechapel, mariner, dated 30 December 1671.  HB26/412/73  8 October 1673

Contents:
All property to his wife, Anna.
(The will is a clause in a general power of attorney. He died on the high seas).

Deed to lead uses of a recovery  HB26/412/74  10 October 1702

Contents:
Of messuages, garden, farm, lands, meadows, pastures, etc, 160 acres, in Sotherton, Wangford and Henham, to be suffered by Walter Hoxton of Poplar, Middlesex, mariner, to Samuel Mason of St. Benet Fink, London, gentleman to the use of Walter Hoxton.

Common recovery  HB26/412/75  (1702)

Great seal lost.

Contents:
Of two messuages, a garden, 30 acres land, 10 acres meadow, 70 acres pasture, and 10 acres wood, in Sotherton, Wangford and Henham, by Samuel Mason, gentleman, from Walter Hoxton. John Cooke, vouchee. Michaelmas term 1 Anne

Probate of will of Walter Hoxton of Poplar, Stepney, Middlesex, mariner, dated 8 October 1716.  HB26/412/76  23 July 1719

Contents:
Estate, freehold and copyhold, in Sotherton, Wangford, Uggeshall and Henham, and elsewhere, and all personal estate, to Sarah, his wife, for life, and then to be sold and divided among his children.

Probate of will of Sarah Hoxton of Poplar, Stepney, Middlesex, widow, dated 27 September 1741, codicils dated 22 April 1744 and 4 July 1745.  HB26/412/77  23 October 1746

Administration of effects  HB26/412/78  27 August 1752

Contents:
Of Ann Hoxton of St. John Wapping, Middlesex, widow, granted to Anna Steevens, wife of William Steevens, her grand-daughter and next of kin.

Administration with the will annexed  HB26/412/79  27 August 1752

Contents:
Of Walter Hoxton of Wapping, Whitechapel, mariner, dated 30 December 1671 (as in HB26/412/73), his wife, Anna, executrix and sole legatee, having died intestate, without completing the administration. Administration granted to Anna Steevens (wife of William Steevens) administratrix of Ann Hoxton.

Lease and release  HB26/412/80  27 28 September 1752

Contents:
Of messuages, garden, farm, lands, meadows, pastures, etc., 160 acres, in Sotherton, Wangford and Henham. Hyde Hoxton of Maryland, America, son and heir of Walter Hoxton of Poplar, Middlesex, William Steevens of Poplar, gentleman, and Sarah Mudge of Wanstead, Essex, widow, the only children of Walter Hoxton, and Sarah, his wife, to Richard Smith of Sotherton, timber-merchant. Covenant to levy fine to the same. Assignment of lease (term of 200 years) of close called Hadstyns, nine acres. William Steevens and Anna, his wife, by direction of Hyde Hoxton and Sarah Mudge to Richard Smith. Quitclaim of copyhold lands in Sotherton and Uggeshall. Hyde Hoxton, William Steevens, Anna, his wife, and Sarah Mudge to Richard Smith.

Two indentures of fine  HB26/412/81  1753

Contents:
Concerning two messuages, two barns, two stables, two gardens, 80 acres land, 10 acres meadow, 30 acres pasture and 10 acres wood in Sotherton, Uggeshall, Wangford and Henham, Richard Smith, pet., Hyde Hoxton and Susanna, his wife, and William Steevens and Anna, his wife, deforc. Three weeks of Trinity 27 George II

Copy of power of attorney  HB26/412/82  2 June 1753

Contents:
To receive £533.6.8, purchase money, from Richard Smith of Sotherton, timber merchant. Hyde Hoxton of Maryland, America, to William Perkins of London, merchant.

Receipt  HB26/412/83  6 November 1753

Contents:
For three drafts payable to James Bennett, as part of share of Hyde Hoxton for the purchase of the Sotherton Estate by Richard Smith, William Perkins to Captain Samuel Drake.

Captain Samuel Drake's Account current with James Bennett.  HB26/412/84  July 1752-December 1753

Mortgage. Lease and release  HB26/412/85  9 10 October 1753

Contents:
Of messuages and lands in Sotherton, Henham and Uggeshall. Richard Smith of Sotherton, timber merchant, to Samuel Drake of Great Yarmouth, gentleman.

Assignment of mortgage  HB26/412/86  18 19 May 1761

Contents:
Of messuages and lands, as in HB26/412/85 Adam Drake of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, mariner (eldest brother and heir-at-law, and one of devisees in fee of Samuel Drake, late of the same, merchant), John Drake of the same, mariner (the other brother and devisee in fee of Samuel Drake) and Richard Smith of Sotherton, timber merchant, with confirmation of Edmond Cobb of Great Yarmouth, merchant, an executor of Samuel Drake, and John Robson of the same, blockmaker, to John Bell of the same, gentleman, to the use of Adam Drake.

Assignment of mortgage  HB26/412/87  12 13 June 1764

Contents:
Of messuages, as in HB26/412/86. Adam Drake of Great Yarmouth, mariner, at direction of Richard Smith of Sotherton, timber merchant, and Richard Smith, to William Wilkinson of Great Yarmouth, mariner.

Unsigned receipts  HB26/412/88  c 1770

Contents:
For £10.3.3 to Richard Smith by the hand of Robert Lancester.
22 January 1770.
For £11.17.6 for coals delivered to Edward Heath Boot, to Watts Simonds. 14 December ---.
HB26/412/88-90 found enclosed in HB26/412/91

Letter from R. Smith to Mrs. Mary Wilkinson, widow of Captain William Wilkinson, "near the Chapel" Yarmouth  HB26/412/89  January 1772

Contents:
Announcing sending of £18 to her from his father by the bearer.
HB26/412/88-90 found enclosed in HB26/412/91

Fragment of a letter to Mrs. Mary Wilkinson, used for notes for accounts.  HB26/412/90  Undated

Contents:
Found enclosed in HB26/412/91 HB26/412/88-90

Bundle  HB26/412/91-105  [n.d.]

Copy of court roll: Uggeshall.  HB26/412/91  16 June, (1642)

Contents:
Admission to fen, called le linch, 8 acres, in East Fen, near Bixleis, a marsh, 4 acres, in East Fen, adjoining close called Thirgers, and piece of land, one rood, part of Thurgers, of Sarah Hoxton, widow of Robert Hoxton, Admission of Walter Hoxton, being aged 21, in accordance with the will of Robert Hoxton, his father. Surrender by Walter Hoxton to the uses of his will. 18 Charles I

List of copyhold lands in manor of Sotherton, held by Walter Hoxton, gentleman.  HB26/412/92  1674-1703

Contents:
1 January 1674. (14 acres land, 3 acres meadow, Great Ballfeild Close, 16 acres, with meadow, 2 acres, piece of land, 3 roods, piece of land, 4 acres).
Note of acknowledgment by Walter Hoxton that he holds free lands called Hadsteads of the same manor. 22 April 1703

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/93  12 May 1720

Contents:
Admission to 14 acres land, close called Ballfield Close, 16 acres, meadow, 2 acres, piece of land, three roods, and piece of land, four acres, of Sara Hoxton, widow, in accordance with the will of Walter Hoxton, her husband.

Copy of court roll: Uggeshall.  HB26/412/94  12 May 1720

Contents:
Admission to lands (as in HB26/412/91) of Sara Hoxton, widow, in accordance with the will of Walter Hoxton, her husband.

Copy of court roll: Uggeshall.  HB26/412/95  15 May 1747

Contents:
Admission to [...] fen called the Lynch, 8 acres, in the East Fen, near Bixleys, a marsh, 4 acres, in the East Fen, adjoining close called Thurgarrs and piece of land, one rood, part of Thurgarrs of Sarah Mudge of Poplar, Middlesex, widow, and Anna Steevens, wife of William Steevens of the same, merchant, on death of their father, Walter Hoxton.

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/96  18 May 1747

Contents:
Admission to 14 acres land, three acres meadow, close called Ballfield Close, 16 acres, meadow, 2 acres, piece of land, 3 roods, and piece of land, 4 acres, of Sarah Mudge and Anna Steevens, on death of their father, Walter Hoxton.

Abstract of court rolls (as at HB26/412/95 96).  HB26/412/97  Undated

Power of attorney to receive surrender  HB26/412/98  17 July 1752

Contents:
By Sarah Mudge of Wanstead, Essex, widow, and William Steevens of Poplar, Middlesex, gentleman, and Anna, his wife, of copyhold lands and tenements in the manor of Sotherton to the use of Richard Smith of Sotherton, timber-merchant. Peter Pullyn of Halesworth, gentleman, steward, to John Noyes of Grays Inn, Middlesex, and John Matthews of the same, gentleman.

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/99  8 January 1753

Damaged by mildew.

Contents:
Admission to lands (as in HB26/412/96) of Richard Smith of Sotherton, timber-merchant, on the surrender of William Steevens and Anna, his wife, and Sarah Mudge. (John Wilkinson of Halesworth, gentleman, deputy steward).

Copy of mortgage: conditional surrender  HB26/412/100  14 November 1766

Contents:
Of copyhold lands in manor of Sotherton. Richard Smith of Sotherton, timber-merchant, to the use of Elizabeth More of Yoxford, spinster.

Bond to guarantee title and to pay money owed, Richard Smith to Elizabeth More.  HB26/412/101  14 November 1766

Copy of mortgage: conditional surrender  HB26/412/102  12 March 1784

Contents:
Of copyhold lands in manor of Sotherton. Richard Smith of Halesworth, surgeon, to Roger Benstead of Walpole, farmer.

Acknowledgment of receipt  HB26/412/103  12 March 1784

Contents:
Of £442 in discharge of mortgage. John Woods of Halesworth, gentleman, and Nathan Hill of Walpole, farmer, only acting executors of Elizabeth More of Yoxford, gentlewoman, to Richard Smith of Halesworth, surgeon, only son and heir of Richard Smith of Sotherton, timber-merchant.

Acknowledgment of receipt  HB26/412/104 105  22 October 1788

Contents:
Of £450 (and copy thereof) in discharge of mortgage. Roger Benstead of Walpole, farmer, to Sir John Rous of Darsham Hall, baronet.

Bundle  HB26/412/106-126  [n.d.]

Contents:
Marked: "Writings and Title Deeds of the Estate in Sotherton etc. purchased of the coheirs of Mr. Richard Smith deceased by Sir John Rous, Bart. Purchase money £3300 subject to annuity of £50 to Mrs. Smith for life.
Conveyance from I.Wales wife and Ann Smith of 2/5ths Dated 10th Oct. 1788 from E. Smith of 1/5th Dated 13th Oct. 1791 from Maria Smith of 1/5th Dated 26th Dec. 1794 from Louisa Smith of 1/5th Dated 8th April 1800
In 2 Bundles (No.2)". Numbered 7.

Marriage settlement. Lease and release  HB26/412/106  23 24 December 1765

Contents:
Of lands and tenements in Sotherton, Henham and Uggeshall. Richard Smith of Sotherton, gentleman (upon the marriage of his only son, Richard Smith of Halesworth, surgeon, to Ann Deeks, spinster, eldest daughter of John Deeks of Halesworth, currier), to Martin Meadows of Wenhaston, gentleman, and Robert Reeve of Halesworth, beer brewer, on trust for Richard Smith the father, during the lives of himself and his son, and on the death of the first of them, to the use of John Deeks and John Woods of Halesworth, gentleman, for 99 years on trust for Richard Smith, the younger, his wife and children, etc.

Copy of will of Richard Smith of Sotherton, gentleman.  HB26/412/107  6 August 1766

Damaged by damp, fragile.

Contents:
Messuage in Halesworth (part thereof an inn called the Wherry) with lime kiln, stables, etc. to Robert Reeve of Halesworth, beer-brewer, his son-in-law, for life, and then to Elizabeth Reeve, his daughter, for life, and then to the heirs of Robert Reeve. Other lands and messuages to Richard Smith of Halesworth, surgeon, his son, subject to annuity to Elizabeth Reeve, his grand-daughter. 17 July 1766. Copy of codicil. Annuity To Richard Smith of Stradbroke, wheelwright, his father.

Discharge of legacy under will of Richard Smith of Sotherton, and late of Halesworth, gentleman.  HB26/412/108  24 November 1773

Contents:
Robert Reeve of Halesworth, beer brewer, to Richard Smith of Halesworth, surgeon, executor of the will.

Mortgage. Lease and release  HB26/412/109  1775-1789

Contents:
Of messuages and lands in Sotherton, Henham and Uggeshall, Jacob Reave, the younger, of Smallburgh, Norfolk, house-carpenter, only acting executor of Mary Wilkinson of Great Yarmouth, who was an executor of William Wilkinson, by direction of Richard Smith of Halesworth, surgeon, and Richard Smith to James Jermyn of Halesworth, gentleman, on trust for Hannah Suckling of Woodton, Norfolk, widow, for 1000 years, and then for Richard Smith. 8 9 January 1775.
Attached:-
Assignment of leasehold interest by way of mortgage in the above estate. Hannah Suckling of Woodton, Norfolk, widow, at direction of Sir John Rous of Darsham Hall, baronet, to John Dresser of Blyford, gentleman, on trust for Sir John Rous. 10 April 1789.

Abstract of title of Richard Smith, deceased, to freehold part of an estate in Sotherton and Uggeshall. 1580-1775.  HB26/412/110  c 1775

Damaged by damp; fragile.

Lease and release  HB26/412/111  9 10 October 1788


Related information: See also HB26/412/190

Contents:
Of two fifths of messuage and appurtenances in Sotherton, Henham and Uggeshall, 146 acres, and of public house called the Cross Bow in Sotherton, with appurtenances. Isaac Wales of Walberswick, gentleman, and Lydia, his wife, and Anne Smith, daughters of Richard Smith of Halesworth, surgeon, to Sir John Rous of Darsham Hall, baronet, Covenant to levy fine to the same. Covenant to surrender two fifths of 39 acres and 3 roods of land and meadow in the manor of Sotherton, and 12 acres and one rood of land and marsh in the manor of Uggeshall to the use of the same, subject to annuity of £50 to Ann Smith of Halesworth, widow of Richard Smith.

Covenant  HB26/412/112  10 October 1788

Contents:
That Elizabeth Smith, Maria Smith and Louisa Smith, daughters of Richard Smith of Halesworth, surgeon, deceased, will, when they reach the ages of 21, each convey her fifth part of a messuage with appurtenances in Sotherton, Henham and Uggeshall, and of public house called the Cross Bow in Sotherton, to Sir John Rous of Darsham, baronet. John Deeks of Halesworth, gentleman, grandfather and guardian of Elizabeth, Maria and Louisa, to the said Sir John Rous.

Abstract of title of the coheirs of Mr. Richard Smith, deceased, to copyhold lands in the manors of Sotherton and Uggeshall. 1674-1788.  HB26/412/113  c 1788

Damaged by damp. Fragile.

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/114  27 October 1788

Contents:
Absolute surrender of copyhold lands and tenements, by Isaac Wales of Walberswick, gentleman, and Lydia, his wife, to the use of Sir John Rous of Darsham Hall, lord of the manor.

Similar surrender (to HB26/412/114 by Ann Smith of Halesworth spinster.  HB26/412/115  27 October 1788

Copy of court roll: Uggeshall.  HB26/412/116  27 October 1788

Contents:
Absolute surrender of copyhold lands and tenements, by Isaac Wales and Lydia his wife, to the use of Sir John Rous, lord of the manor.

Similar surrender (To HB26/412/116) by Ann Smith.  HB26/412/117  27 October 1788

Lease and release  HB26/412/118  12 13 October 1791

Contents:
Of fifth part of estate (as in HB26/412/111).
Covenant to surrender fifth part of copyhold lands (as in HB26/412/111). Elizabeth Smith of Halesworth, spinster, to Sir John Rous of Darsham Hall, baronet.

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/119  23 June 1792

Contents:
Absolute surrender of copyhold lands and tenements. Elizabeth Smith to the use of Sir John Rous.

Copy of court roll: Uggeshall. Similar surrender to HB26/412/119.  HB26/412/120  23 June 1792

Lease and release  HB26/412/121  25 26 December 1794

Contents:
Of fifth part of estate, etc. etc. (as in HB26/412/118). Maria Smith of Halesworth, spinster, to Sir John Rous of Darsham Hall, baronet.

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/122  9 February 1795

Contents:
Absolute surrender of copyhold lands and tenements. Maria Smith the use of Sir John Rous.

Copy of court roll: Uggeshall. Similar surrender to HB26/412/122  HB26/412/123  9 February 1795

Lease and release  HB26/412/124  7 8 April 1800

Contents:
Of fifth part of estate, etc. etc. (as in HB26/412/118). Louisa Smith of Halesworth, spinster, to Rt. Hon. John Lord Rous of Henham Hall.

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/125  8 April 1800

Contents:
Absolute surrender of lands and tenements. Louisa Smith to the use of Rt. Hon. John Lord Rous.

Copy of court roll: Uggeshall. Similar surrender to HB26/412/125  HB26/412/126  8 April 1800

Bundle marked: "Writings and title deeds of the estate in Bulcamp purchased by Sir John Rous, Bart. of Robert Harvey and others. In two bundles. No.1. Conveyance dated 5th April 1790." Numbered 8.  HB26/412/127-160  [n.d.]

All the documents in this bundle are more or less faded and decayed through damp

Lease  HB26/412/127  27 June 1606

Seals of Yelverton and Rous: armorial.

Contents:
Of tenement with barn, hempland, orchard, hard lands adjoining, two small meadows late Amysses, 7 acres, in Bulcamp, adjoining way from Blythburgh to Halesworth, piece of pasture adjoining, 4 acres, in Bulcamp, next to ploughed lands called Bulcamp Park, close called Pynnes Close, 16 acres, adjoining way from Southwold to Halesworth, and the former Bulcamp common. Roberte Lord Cecyll of Essenden, Viscount Cranborne and Earl of Salisbury, Sir Christofer Yelverton, knight, a King's Justice of Pleas, and Sir John Rous, knight, son and heir of Sir Thomas Rous, knight, late of Henham Hall, deceased, by authority of private Acts of Parliament for the payment of the debts of Sir Thomas Rous (2 James c.29 3 James c.17), to John Brocke of Bulcamp, yeoman, at rent of twelve pence. 27 June 4 James I (1606). (Signature of Earl of Salisbury - seal missing)

Confirmation of lands and tenement (as in HB26/412/127).  HB26/412/128  17 Sept 1609

Armorial seal.

Contents:
John Rous of Henham, knight, to Simon Brocke of Sotherton, husbandman, the assign of John Brocke of Bulcamp, yeoman. Dated at Bulcamp, 7 James I (1609).

Bargain and sale  HB26/412/129  16 October (1609)

Contents:
Of lands and tenement (as in HB26/412/127 except Pynnes Close). Simon Brocke of Sotherton, husbandman, to Simon Forman alias Awsten of Blythburgh, husbandman. Dated at Bulcamp, 7 James I

Bargain and sale of land and tenement (as in HB26/412/129).  HB26/412/130  16 October (1609)

Contents:
Simon Forman alias Awsten, of Blythburgh, husbandman, to Rose Brocke of Bulcamp, widow, for life. Dated at Bulcamp 7 James I

Feoffment  HB26/412/131  19 July 1636

Contents:
Of messuage in Bulcamp, with barn, hempland, gardens and lands, and two small meadows called Amysses, 7 acres, adjoining King's highway from Blythburgh to Halesworth and piece of land or pasture adjoining arable land called Bulcamp Park, 4 acres. Simon Forman or Awsten of Blythburgh, yeoman, to John Hurrion of Sibton, doctor, Nicholas Forman of Sibton, yeoman, Thomas Copland of Stradbroke, gentleman, Raphe Snelling of Saxmundham, unguent maker, Edward Bellamy of Walpole, currier, William Hadenham of Sibton, yeoman, and William Vesey of Colchester, Essex, merchant.

Bond to guarantee peaceful possession. Simon Forman alias Awsten to John Hurrion etc.  HB26/412/132  19 July 1636

Deed to lead uses of a fine to be levied  HB26/412/133  1 April 1642

Contents:
Concerning messuage... occupied by William Crispe, meadow, 2 acres....... adjoining King's highway from Blythburgh to Halesworth, with appurtenances in Peasenhall, Bulcamp and Blythburgh, by Edward Howlett of Walberswick, yeoman, and Anne, his wife, and John Churchman of Dunwich.... to William Crispe of Peasenhall, husbandman, John Hurryon of Sibton, gentleman, John Veysey, the elder, and Edmund Thorne of, to the use, in part, of William Crispe, and in part of John Hurryon etc.

Marriage settlement. Release  HB26/412/134  30 October 1678

Inclosed:- Two loose seals without devices.

Contents:
Of manor of Farm Hall in Dennington, with appurtenances, messuages called Farm Hall, Old Hall and Playford Hall, and another occupied by Robert Claydon, messuage and farm called Castell Feild and Badingham Feilds, Castell Feild Wood, and capital messuage called New Hall, with appurtenances, all in Dennington. Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet, to Thomas Knyvett of Darsham, Esq., William De Gray of Murten, Norfolk, Esq., and Thomas Bedingfield of Darsham, Esq. to the use of Sir John Rous for 99 (?) years, and then of him, Dame Philippa, his wife, and their children.

Lease and release  HB26/412/135 136  16 18 October 1688

Contents:
Of messuage and piece of land, ¾ acre, in Bulcamp between common lane leading into the lands of William Rivett, Esq., and Kings highway from Blythburgh to Halesworth. Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet, to James Yennes, of Bulcamp, yeoman.

Mortgage. Lease for 500 years  HB26/412/137  4 February 1690

Contents:
Of messuage and piece of land, ¾ acre, in Bulcamp (as at HB26/412/135). Ezekiel Yennes (son of James Yennes) of Bulcamp, yeoman, to Charles Ingate of Henham, singleman.

Lease and release  HB26/412/138 139  10 11 September 1691

Contents:
Of messuage and piece of land, ¾ acre, in Bulcamp (as at HB26/412/135). Ezekiel Yennes of Bulcamp, yeoman, to Charles Ingate of Henham, singleman.

Release  HB26/412/146  29 September 1730

Contents:
Of messuage in Bulcamp with appurtenances, and ¾ acre, between common road leading into lands of William Rivett, and King's highway from Blythburgh to Halesworth (as at HB26/412/135).
John Carr of Bulcamp, yeoman, to Richard Girling of Blyford, gentleman.

Copy of will of Charles Ingate of Southwold, inn-holder, dated 2 December 1696.  HB26/412/147  c 1696/7

Fragile.

Contents:
Lands and tenements at Bulcamp to Charles Ingate, his kinsman. Proved 11 January 1696/7.

Covenant to convey freehold messuage in Bulcamp, with appurtenances.  HB26/412/149  9 May 1730

Fragile.

Contents:
John Carr of Bulcamp, yeoman, to Richard Girling of Blyford, gentleman.

Bond to observe conditions of agreement. John Carr to Richard Girling.  HB26/412/150  29 September 1730

Fragile.

Copy of will of Richard Girling of Halesworth, gentleman, dated 22 May 1765.  HB26/412/151  c 1766

Fragile.

Contents:
Lands and tenements in Blythburgh or elsewhere in Suffolk, to Thomas Raymond of Stradbroke, draper, his nephew. Proved 13 March 1766.

Release  HB26/412/155  6 July 1714

Contents:
Of messuage and piece of arable, ¾ acre, in Bulcamp (as in HB26/412/146). Charles Ingate of Shipmeadow, cordwainer, to Richard Sallowes of Beccles, wheelwright.

Mortgage. Lease for 500 years  HB26/412/156  7 August 1714

Contents:
Of messuages and lands in Bulcamp. Richard Sallowes of Beccles, wheelwright, to George Tripp of Beccles, yeoman.

Lease and release  HB26/412/157 158  25 26 August 1714

Contents:
Of messuage, and piece of arable, ¾ acre, in Bulcamp (as in HB26/412/146). Richard Sallowe of Beccles, wheelwright, to George Tripp, of Beccles, innholder.

Lease and release  HB26/412/159  17 18 February 1714/5

Contents:
Of messuage and piece of land, ¾ acre, in Bulcamp (as in HB26/412/146). George Tripp of Beccles, innholder, to John Carr of Blyford, yeoman.

Lease for a year  HB26/412/160  28 September 1730

Contents:
Of messuage and piece of land, ¾ acre, in Bulcamp (as in HB26/412/146). John Carr of Bulcamp, yeoman, to Richard Girling of Blyford, gentleman

Release  HB26/412/140  30 September 1693


Related information: (For lease see HB26/412/661. A Bargain and sale, part of the same conveyance is at HB26/412/660).

Contents:
Of capital messuage in Bulcamp with meadow called Burmans meadow, 15 acres, Whinneryes meadow, 4 acres, Horse Fen, 6 acres, marshes called coweleisures, 30 acres, and other lands called Bulcamp Parke, all in Bulcamp, and a way from Bulcampe Street to the said messuage. (Bulcamp Parke, lying south of way from Bulcamp Street to Blyford, and west of way from Bulcamp Street to Henham, containing 180 acres). William Revett of Bildeston, Esq., son and heir of Wm. Revett of Bildeston Esq. to Henry Smyth of Gimingham, Norfolk, gentleman.

Marriage settlement.  HB26/412/141 142  13 January 1693/4

Two copies

Contents:
Covenant by Drury Smyth of Gimingham, Norfolk, gentleman, with William Revett of Bildeston, Esq., to stand seized of lands and messuages (as at HB26/412/140) upon his marriage to Elizabeth Revett, sister of William Revett to the use of him, his wife and their children.

Mortgage. Lease for 1000 years  HB26/412/143  2 February 1698/9

Contents:
Of messuage and lands (as in HB26/412/140). Henry Smith of Gimingham, Norfolk, and Elizabeth, his wife, to William Tower of West Weckham, Norfolk, baker.

Assignment of mortgage (lease of 1000 years)  HB26/412/144  18 November 1702


Related information: At HB26/412/662 is a mortgage of the same messuage and lands by Drury Smith to Dame Anne Colston the same date.

Contents:
Of messuage and lands as in HB26/412/140. William Tower of West Weckham, Norfolk, baker, by appointment of Henry Smith of Gimingham and Elizabeth, his wife, to James Calthorpe of East Basham, Norfolk, in trust for Dame Ann Colston of Walsingham, Norfolk, widow.

Lease and release  HB26/412/145  17 18 March 1706

Contents:
Of equity of redemption in messuage and lands as HB26/412/140. Phillip Smyth of Oxford University, gentleman, only brother and heir of Drury Smyth, to Elizabeth Smyth, late of Gimingham and now of Bildeston, widow of Drury Smyth.

Lease and release  HB26/412/152  16 17 November 1707

Contents:
Of messuage and appurtenances, with Barmans Meadow, 15 acres, Whineries Meadow, 4 acres, Horse Fen, 6 acres, marsh called Crow Leisures (sic) 30 acres, and other lands called Bulcamp Parke, all in Bulcamp, and a way from Bulcamp Street to the said messuage. Elizabeth Smyth late of Ginningham, Norfolk, and now of Stutton, widow of Drury Smyth, gentleman, to Burham Raymond of Foulden, Norfolk, gentleman.

Assignment of leasehold interest by way of mortgage  HB26/412/153  18 November 1707


Related information: (See also HB26/412/144).

Contents:
In messuage and lands (as in HB26/412/152). Vere Harcourt of Walsingham, Norfolk, Esq., executor of Dame Anne Colston of Walsingham, widow, by direction of Elizabeth Smyth, late of Ginningham, Norfolk, and now of Stutton, widow, and Burham Raymond of Foulden, Norfolk, gentleman, to Samuel Waller of Rattlesden, gentleman, in trust for Burham Raymond, to wait upon the freehold inheritance.

Lease of land and tenements (at HB26/412/152) for 98¾ years.  HB26/412/154  17 February 1709/10

Contents:
Elizabeth Smyth late of Ginningham, Norfolk, and now of Rattlesden, widow, and Benjamin Brundish of Bildeston, clerk, to Burham Raymond of Foulden, Norfolk, gentleman (who leased the same to them for 99 years on the preceding day at peppercorn rent). £20 rent reserved to Elizabeth Smyth for life, and £10 rent to Benjamin Brundish for the same period, to be used only to make up deficiencies in the £20.

Copy of will of (Sir Rous of Hen)ham, Suffolk, bar(onet).  HB26/412/148  16 April 1729

Extremely fragile.

Contents:
Lands and tenements in Bruiseyard, purchased of Rev. Edmund Bedingfield of Bishops Cleve, Gloucestershire, to Dame Anne, his wife, for life. Rent charge on lands and tenements in Bulcamp and Sotherton to.... Rous, his younger son, etc.

Bundle marked: "Writings and title deeds of the estate in Bulchamp purchased by Sir John Rous, Bart. of Robert Harvey and others - in two Bundles - No.2. Conveyance dated 5th April 1790. Purchase money £1800" Numbered 9.  HB26/412/161-190  [n.d.]

Note of fine  HB26/412/161  1702

Fragile.

Contents:
Concerning messuage, 100 acres land, 30 acres meadow, 140 acres furze and heath, 40 acres marsh, in Blythburgh, Henham, and Bulcamp. Arthur Branthwaite, pet; Drury Smith, gent., and Elizabeth, his wife, deforc. Michaelmas term.

Copy of part of will of Burham Raymond, of Foulden, Norfolk, gentleman, dated 20th November 1728.  HB26/412/162  c 1728

Fragile.

Contents:
£5 a year to town Foulden forever for "teaching six boys and six girls every year of the poorest inhabitants there by a discreet and sober woman there, the boys to be learned to read and say their Chatechise and their prayers, and the girls... to read, say their prayers, and their Chatechise and to sow and knit." The bequest charged upon his estate at Foulden. Another bequest to town of Bulcamp, charged upon his estate there, which is bequeathed to Thomas Raymond, apprentice to Mr. Hawys, surgeon and apothecary at Botesdale. Proved 21 January 1728.

Attested copy of marriage settlement: lease and release  HB26/412/163 164  26 27 December 1738

Contents:
Of capital messuage in Foulden, Norfolk, capital messuage in Bulcamp, messuage in Stoke Ferry, Norfolk, and messuage in Holme Hale, Norfolk, all with appurtenances, lands, meadows, etc. Thomas Raymond of Stradbroke, surgeon, on his marriage to Urania Baylie, spinster, fifth daughter of Christopher Baylie of Mendham, Norfolk, gentleman, to Martin Baylie of Wrentham, clerk, and Richard Girling of Blyford, gent., to the use of Thomas Raymond and his wife upon various trusts.

Copy of indenture of fine  HB26/412/171  1767

Contents:
Concerning messuage, garden, 80 acres land, 40 acres meadow, 40 acres pasture in Foulden, Norfolk. James Bransby, gentleman, pet; Thomas Raymond and Urania, his wife, and Burham Raymond, deforc. Three weeks of Trinity, 7 George III.

Attested copy of mortgage: lease for 500 years  HB26/412/166  2 September 1767

Fragile.

Contents:
Of capital messuage with appurtenances and lands Foulden, Norfolk. Thomas Raymond of Sylcham, surgeon, and Burham Raymond of Aldeburgh, surgeon, his only son and heir; to James Bransby of Shottisham All Saints, Norfolk, gentleman.

Deed to lead uses of a fine  HB26/412/165  9 October 1766

Contents:
Concerning closes of land, meadow and pasture, meadows and marshes and messuages with appurtenances in Bulcamp, to be levied by Thomas Raymond the younger of Stradbroke, woollen-draper, to John Mason of Walsham le Willows, Esq., to the use of the said Thomas Raymond.

Mortgage: lease and release  HB26/412/167  10 11 October 1766

Contents:
Of messuage and appurtenances, closes of arable, meadow and pasture, with a barn, meadows and marsh grounds in Bulcamp. Thomas Raymond, the younger, of Stradbroke, woollen draper, nephew of Richard Girling, deceased, to Charles Harrison the younger of Palgrave, gentleman.

Particular of Mr. Thomas Raymond's estate at Bulcamp.  HB26/412/168  11 October 1766

Contents:
Barn, about 150 acres inclosed land, about 20 acres meadow, 10 acres meadow and marsh ground, and a messuage, orchard and garden: annual value £81.

Bond to pay money owed. Thomas Raymond to Charles Harrison.  HB26/412/169  11 October 1766

Two indentures of fine  HB26/412/170  1766

Contents:
Concerning messuage, barn, stable, curtilage, garden, orchard, 150 acres land, 50 acres meadow, 50 acres pasture, 50 acres marsh, and common of pasture. John Mason, Esq., pet; Thomas Raymond, deforc. Fifteen days of St. Martin 7 George III.

Discharge of mortgage: lease and release  HB26/412/172  15 16 February 1769

Contents:
Of messuage and lands (as at HB26/412/167), Charles Harrison the younger of Palgrave, Esquire, to Thomas Raymond the younger of Stradbroke, woollen draper.

Lease and release  HB26/412/173  17 18 February 1769

Contents:
Of closes of arable, meadow and pasture, with a barn, and meadows and marsh grounds, in Bulcamp. Thomas Raymond the elder, late of Stradbroke, and now of Brockdish, Norfolk, surgeon and apothecary and Thomas Raymond, the younger, of Stradbroke, woollen draper, his eldest son, to John Borton of Diss, Norfolk, leather-merchant, to the use of Thomas Raymond the elder for life, and then of Thomas Raymond the younger.

Mortgage: lease and release  HB26/412/174  23 24 March 1769

Contents:
Of lands etc. (as in HB26/412/173). Thomas Raymond the younger of Stradbroke, woollen draper, and John Borton of Diss, Norfolk, leather-merchant, at the direction of Thomas Raymond, to Charles Harrison the younger of Palgrave, Esq.

Bond to pay money owed. Thomas Raymond to Charles Harrison.  HB26/412/175  24 March 1769

Mortgage: lease and release  HB26/412/176  7 8 August 1770

Contents:
Of messuage and lands (as at HB26/412/167) Thomas Raymond the younger of Stradbroke, woollen draper, and John Borton of Diss, Norfolk, leather-merchant, by the direction of Thomas Raymond, to John Taylor of Diss, gentleman, subject to life estate of Thomas Raymond the elder.

Bond to pay money owed. Thomas Raymond to John Taylor.  HB26/412/177  8 August 1770

Acknowledgment of additional charge upon the same estates as in HB26/412/173.  HB26/412/178  24 July 1771

Contents:
Thomas Raymond the younger of Stradbroke, woollen-draper, to John Taylor of Diss, Norfolk, gentleman.

Bond to pay money owed. Thomas Raymond to John Taylor.  HB26/412/179  24 July 1771

Assignment of mortgage on messuage and lands (as at HB26/412/167).  HB26/412/180  23 24 April 1772

Contents:
John Taylor of Diss, Norfolk, gentleman, at direction of Thomas Raymond the younger of Stradbroke, woollen draper, and the said Thomas Raymond, to Charles Harrison, the younger, of Palgrave, Esq.

Bond to pay money owed. Thomas Raymond to Charles Harrison.  HB26/412/181  24 April 1772

Lease and release  HB26/412/182  2 3 July 1772

Contents:
Of closes of arable, meadow and pasture, meadows and marsh grounds, 250 acres, and other messuages and lands in Bulcamp. Thomas Raymond the younger of Stradbroke, woollen draper, and John Borton of Diss, Norfolk, leather-merchant, at his direction, to John Taylor of Diss, gentleman.

Bond to observe conditions of agreement. Thomas Raymond to John Taylor.  HB26/412/183  3 July 1772

Attested copy of will and codicil of John Taylor of Diss, Norfolk, gentleman, dated 5 6 August 1773.  HB26/412/184  c 1773

Contents:
Capital messuage with lands in Diss, late Gooches and Tolleys, messuage and appurtenances in the same, lands, meadows, marsh, etc. in Royden, Norfolk, newly erected messuage, and lands, 250 acres, in Bulcamp and messuage and lands in the same, all to his wife Ann for life, and then, as to Norfolk estate, to John Harvey, his nephew, and as to Bulcamp estate to John Borton of Diss, gentleman and Charles Harrison of Palgrave, Esq., in trust to sell it, and divide the money among James Taylor, his brother, and Susan, wife of Robert Harvey and Rachel Taylor, his sisters.
By the codicil: freehold and copyhold lands and tenements at South Lopham, Norfolk, to the same trustees, to sell them and divide the proceeds between his brother, sisters, wife and mother, Rachel Taylor.

Lease and release  HB26/412/185  3 4 September 1778

Contents:
Of closes of arable, meadow and pasture, with barn, meadow and marsh grounds, 248 acres, 3 roods, 17 perches, and messuage and appurtenances, all in Bulcamp. Charles Harrison of Palgrave, Esq., surviving trustee and executor of John Taylor of Diss, Norfolk, gentleman (with agreement of James Taylor of St. Margaret Ilketshall, farmer, brother of John Taylor, Ann Taylor of Diss, widow of John Taylor, Nelson Burtsall of Bungay, gentleman, William Browne of the same, draper, Robert Harvey of St. Lawrence Ilketshall, farmer, and Susan, his wife, sister of John Taylor, Rachel Taylor of St. Margaret Ilketshall, spinster, sister of John Taylor, Rachel Taylor of the same, widow, mother of John Taylor, Sarah Fairclough of Wattisfield, spinster, Richard Day of St. John Ilketshall, and Henry Browne of Diss, gentleman) and James Taylor and Ann Taylor (with like agreement) to the said Nelson Burtsall and William Browne, on trust for Richard Day and Henry Browne for 99 years, and upon various trusts for James Taylor, Robert Harvey and Susan, his wife, and Rachel Taylor.

Abstract of title to estates in Bulcamp, late belonging to John Taylor, deceased.  HB26/412/186  1788

Contents:
As at HB26/412/143: 1698/9 - 1738
As at HB26/412/159: 1714 - 1765
The two estates united: 1766 - 1778

Lease and release  HB26/412/187 188  4 5 April 1790

Contents:
Of closes of arable, meadow and pasture, with messuage, barn, stable, etc, built thereon, and meadows or marsh grounds, in Bulcamp, and messuage with appurtenances in the same. Robert Harvey of St. Lawrence Ilketshall, and Susan, his wife, Rachel Taylor of St. Margaret Ilketshall, spinster, and Rachel Taylor of the same, widow, her mother, to Sir John Rous of Darsham, baronet. Assignment of leasehold interest in the same, Richard Day of St. John Ilketshall, gentleman, and Henry Browne of Diss, Norfolk, gentleman, by direction of Charles Harrison of Palgrave, Esq., Rachael Taylor, widow, Ann Taylor of Diss, widow of John Taylor, Sarah Fairclough of Wattisfield, spinster, and Sir John Rous, to John Dresser of Blyford, gentleman, and Rev. Richard Fisher of Caius College, Cambridge, clerk, in trust to pay annuity to Ann Taylor and Sarah Fairclough, and then to the use of Sir John Rous.

Two indentures of fine  HB26/412/189  1790

Contents:
Concerning messuage, cottage, barn, stable, garden, orchard, 150 acres land, 50 acres meadow, 50 acres pasture, 50 acres marsh and common of pasture, in Bulcamp. Sir John Rous, baronet, pet; Robert Harvey and Susan, his wife, and Rachel Taylor, deforc. Three weeks of Trinity, 30 George III
Labelled To be put to the writings of the Bulcamp Estate, late Harveys and Taylors".

Two indentures of fine  HB26/412/190  1789


Related information: See also HB26/412/111

Contents:
Concerning fifth part of four messuages, cottage, two barns, two stables, cowhouse, 5 curtilages, 5 gardens, 2 orchards, 80 acres land, 40 acres meadow, 20 acres pasture, and common of pasture, in Sotherton, Henham, Wangford, and Halesworth. John Decks, gentleman, pet; Isaac Wales and Lydia, his wife, deforc. Morrow of Trinity, 29 George III.
Labelled"To be put to the writings of the Sotherton Estate, late Smith's"

Bundle marked (in pencil): "Deed of exchange, Sibton" Numbered 10  [no ref. or date]

Exchange of lands: release  HB26/412/191  10 September 1793

Contents:
Of land called Longlords, 4 acres, 2 roods, 18 perches, adjoining King's highway, Halesworth to Yoxford, land called Little Lords, 2 ac. 1 rood 30 perches, adjoining the same highway, and Low Meadow or Crooke Meadow, 3ac. 2p., adjoining common brook, all in Bramfield, Sir John Rous of Darsham, baronet, by appointment of Robert Spink of Sibton, farmer and churchwarden, George Smith of the same, farmer, and Susan Baggott of the same, widow, overseers of the poor, to John Dresser of Blyford, Esq., to the use of Robert Spink, etc., subject to rent charge of 21 shillings to Sir John Rous. Release of land called the plowed field, 8 ac. 13 p. adjoining highway from Blythburgh to Beccles, meadow or marsh called Shott( ), 2ac. 16p., and marsh or meadow called Tollgate Meadow, 1 ac. 1 rood, 30 p., adjoining turnpike from Blythburgh to Lowestoft, all in Bulcamp. Robert Spink, etc. to Sir John Rous.

Bundle marked: "Writings relating to lands in Frostenden, purchased of James Harling". Numbered 11.  HB26/412/192-199  [n.d.]

Probate of will of Christopher Harling of Frostenden, yeoman, dated 19 July 1757.  HB26/412/192  c 1758

Contents:
Lands in Frostenden to James Harling, his son, for life, and then to Thomas Harling, his grandson, subject to annuities to Ann Covell, his daughter, and Sarah Barker, his grandchild. Proved 11 May 1758.

Mortgage: lease for 1000 years  HB26/412/193  16 November 1784

Contents:
Of freehold lands, 4 acres, in Frostenden, between King's highway from Wrentham to Frostenden Clay Common, and Rabbetts Croft. Thomas Harling of Frostenden, gardener, grandson of Christopher Harling the elder of Frostenden, yeoman, to Richard Gough of Frostenden, yeoman.

Additional charge upon the same lands in HB26/412/193  HB26/412/194  10 January 1787

(Fragile. A large part of the paper has been lost).

Contents:
Thomas Harling of Frostenden, gardener, to Richard Gough of the same, yeoman.

Assignment of mortgage of lands (as in HB26/412/193).  HB26/412/195  15 July 1791

Contents:
Richard Gough of Frostenden, yeoman, and Thomas Harling of the same, gardener, to William Schuldham of Carlton, gentleman.

Lease and release of lands (as in HB26/412/193)  HB26/412/196  25/26 November 1793

Contents:
Thomas Harling of Frostenden, gardener, and Ann, his wife, at direction of Benjamin Reeve of Wangford, merchant, to Sir John Rous of Darsham Hall, baronet. Covenant to levy fine to the same. Assignment of leasehold interest by way of mortgage in the same. William Schuldham, late of Carlton, and now of Marlesford Hall, by direction of Thomas Harling and Sir John Rous, to John Dresser of Blyford, gentleman, on trust for Sir John Rous to wait upon the freehold inheritance.

Two indentures of fine  HB26/412/197  1793

Contents:
Concerning garden, 6 acres land, two acres meadow and 2 acres pasture in Frostenden. Sir John Rous, baronet, pet; Thomas Harling and Ann, his wife, deforc. Fifteen days of St. Martin, 34 George III

Quitclaim  HB26/412/198  15 December 1795

Fragile

Contents:
Of annuity of twenty shillings, charged upon lands in Frostenden, Sarah Barker of Wrentham, single-woman, grand-daughter of Christopher Harling the elder of Frostenden, yeoman, to Sir John Rous of Darsham Hall, baronet.
Attached: Certificate by Thomas Barker that Sarah Barker was born 30 September 1749.

Copy of the same as in HB26/412/198  HB26/412/199  Undated


Related information: See HB26/412/192 for reference to lands in Frostenden

Bundle marked (in pencil): "Uggeshall. Sheriffe" Numbered 12  [no ref. or date]

Lease and release  HB26/412/200  10 11 December 1793

Contents:
Of freehold or charterhold part of a piece of meadow or marsh, 2 ac. 3 roods 7p., in Uggeshall, between new cut or river, and old river dividing Uggeshall and Henham. Rev. Thomas Sheriffe of Uggeshall, clerk, to Sir John Rous of Darsham Hall, baronet. Covenant to surrender three roods and 7 perches of the same land, copyhold of the manor of Uggeshall, the same to the same.

Bundle marked: "Conveyance of an estate in Blyford and other parishes - purchased of Mr. John Rabett and writings relating thereto. Conveyance dated 10th October 1801. Purchase money £7000". Numbered 14.  HB26/412/201-212  [n.d.]

Copy of will of Edward Nelson of Bramfield, gentleman.  HB26/412/201  16 November 1737

Contents:
Lands and tenements in Bramfield, Wenhaston, Blyford, Bulcamp and Henham, to Reginald Rabbett of Bramfield, Esq., the eldest great grandson of Bridgett Rabett, his grandmother. Tenements, yards, etc, at Pettycoat Lane, London to Mary Rabett, daughter of Reginald Rabett and the heirs of her body, failing whom to Elizabeth Rabett, her sister. Copyhold meadow and other copyhold and freehold lands in Westleton to John Rabett, youngest son of Reginald Rabett. Lease of houses, etc. in New Street, near Fetter Lane, Holborn, to the same, upon conditions.

Copy of will of Reginald Rabett of Bramfield Hall, Esquire.  HB26/412/202  22 December 1761

Contents:
Capital messuage in Bramfield, with lands and appurtenances, and other lands and tenements in the same to Reginald Rabett, his eldest son, and the heirs of his body, failing whom to John Rabett, his younger son and the heirs of his body. Other lands and tenements in Bramfield to John Rabett. Manors, lands and tenements at Croalingham (sic) Suffolk, to Reginald Rabett and the heirs of his body, etc. Lands and tenements at Blyford, Bulcamp, Henham and Wenhaston, Huntingfield and Great Linstead to John Rabett. Lands and tenements at Ringshall to Reginald Rabett, charged with annuity to Elizabeth Smith of London, his sister.

Copy of will of Reginald Rabett, of Bramfield, Esquire.  HB26/412/203  25 July 1786

Contents:
Messuage and farm with lands and appurtenances in Huntingfield and Linstead Magna, and messuage with shops, lands, etc. in Bramfield, to Reginald Rabett, his eldest son, and the heirs of his body, failing whom to John Rabett and William Henry Rabett, his other sons, in order. Messuage and farm with appurtenances in Bramfield to Reginald Rabett, charged with annuity to Mary Rabett, his wife, and Elizabeth Newson, her mother. Messuages and farms etc. in Bramfield, and in Blyford, Bulcamp, Henham and Wenhaston, and wood in Blyford, messuages, farms etc. in Yoxford, Westleton and Kelsale, and in Thorington and Wenhaston, messuages and lands in Walberswick, messuages, farms, etc. in Rumburgh and Wissett, and in Metfield, to John Rabett.

Attested copies of lease and release  HB26/412/204 205  25 26 May 1794

Contents:
Of messuage with appurtenances in Bramfield, 89 acres, messuage and appurtenances 160 acres in Blyford, Henham, Wenhaston and Bulcamp, wood in Blyford, 2ac. 1 rood, messuage etc. in Yoxford, with lands called Newlands, freehold meadow, 1 acre in Newlands Meadow in the same, and other lands called Newlands in Yoxford and Kelsale, 10ac. ½ rood, messuage, lands, etc. in Thorington and Wenhaston, 45 acres, messuage called Pynnes in Rumburgh and Wissett, lands in the same, 30 ac. 2 roods, including Bowdes Hill, and Potters Hill, capital messuage and appurtenances in Metfield and Withersdale and messuage and appurtenances in the same. John Rabett of Carlton, Esquire, son of Reginald Rabett of Bramfield, Esq., deceased, to William Lyon of Gray's Inn, Middlesex, gentleman, in order that he may be tenant to the precipe for a common recovery to be made by John Dresser of Blyford, Esq., to the use of John Rabett.

Attested copy of common recovery  HB26/412/206  1794

Contents:
Of eight messuages, 14 gardens, 350 acres land, 100 acres meadow, 150 acres pasture, 10 acres wood, and common of pasture, in Bramfield, Wenhaston, Blyford, Henham, Yoxford, Kelsale, Westleton, Thorington, Rumburgh, Wissett, Metfield, Withersdale, Bulcamp and Blythburgh, by John Dresser, Esq. from William Lyon, gentleman. John Rabett and Thomas Francis, vouchees. Easter term, 34 George III

Copy of court roll: Blyford.  HB26/412/207  16 October 1764

Contents:
Surrender of close, 9 acres, called Stubbins, between Henham Common, Kings Lane and Blyford Wood, by William Bohun, gentleman, and admission of Reginald Rabett of Bramfield, Esquire.

Copy of court roll: Blyford.  HB26/412/208  29 July 1789

Contents:
Admission of John Rabett, gentleman, one of sons of Reginald Rabett, deceased, to close, as in HB26/412/207 in accordance with the will of his father.

Abstract of title of John Rabett, Esquire  HB26/412/209  c 1789-1794

Contents:
Freehold lands etc. (as in HB26/412/206) 1737-1794.
Copyhold land (as in HB26/412/207) 1701-1789.

Mortgage: lease for 1000 years  HB26/412/210  1795-1801

Contents:
Of messuage with lands and appurtenances in Blyford, Henham, Wenhaston and Bulcamp, 160 acres, and wood in Blyford, 2 ac. 1 rood. John Rabett of Carlton, Esq., to John Dresser of Blyford, Esq. Covenant to make conditional surrender of copyhold lands in Blyford to the same. 23 October 1795.
Attached: Assignment of leasehold interest by way of mortgage in the above estate. John Dresser of Blyford, Esq., by direction of John Rabett of Carlton, Esq., and appointment of John Lord Rous of Henham Hall, to Peter Jermyn of Halesworth, gentleman, in trust for John Lord Rous, to wait upon the freehold inheritance. 10 October 1801.

Lease and release  HB26/412/211  9 10 October 1801

Contents:
Of messuage and lands (as in HB26/412/210). John Rabett of Carlton, Esq. to John Lord Rous of Henham Hall. Covenant to suffer recovery of 9 acres copyhold land in Blyford.

Covenant to produce deeds listed. John Rabett to John Lord Rous.  HB26/412/212  5 October 1804

Bundle marked: "Conveyance from the executors of Willm. Boyce decd. to Sir John Rous, Bart. and his trustees of estates in Henham and Sotherton to the uses of his marriage settlement. Dated 20th Janry. 1794". Numbered 15  HB26/412/213-226  [n.d.]

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/213  4 May 1723

Contents:
Admission to close called Little Ballfield in Sotherton, 5½ acres of Ballfield Wood, 18 ac 1 rood in all, adjoining common river and Le Towne Meere dividing Brampton and Sotherton, and two pightles with a house, grove, 3 acres, of John Ewen, gentleman, in accordance with will of Thomas Neale, his uncle.

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/214  4 November 1723

Contents:
Admission to lands etc. (as in HB26/412/213) of John Boyce of Wangford, maltster, on surrender by John Ewen, gentleman.

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/215  14 April 1749

Contents:
Admission to lands (as in HB26/412/213) of William Boyce, on death of John Boyce, his brother.

Copy of court roll: Henham cum Cravens.  HB26/412/216  10 May 1715

Contents:
Admission to tenement called Newmans, with 20 acres land, acre of land, adjoining Tofts Meer and 1½ acres of land adjoining road from Blythburgh to Beccles, of Nathaniel Briggs, junior, of Blyford, yeoman, on surrender by Robert Robinson and Elizabeth, his wife.

Copy of court roll: Henham with Cravens.  HB26/412/217  13 November 1742

Contents:
Surrender of lands and tenements by Nathaniel Briggs of Walpole, yeoman, and Margaret, his wife, to the use of John Boyce of Sotherton, malster.

Bond to guarantee good title and peaceable possession. Nathaniel Briggs to John Boyce.  HB26/412/218  13 November 1742

Copy of court roll: Henham with Cravens.  HB26/412/219  3 February 1742/3

Contents:
Admission to lands and tenements (as HB26/412/216) of John Boyce on surrender by Nathaniel Briggs and Margaret, his wife.

Copy of court roll: Henham with Cravens.  HB26/412/220  14 April 1749

Contents:
Admission to lands and tenements (as at HB26/412/216) of William Boyce on death of John Boyce, his brother

Mortgage: lease for 1000 years  HB26/412/221  15 June 1767

Contents:
Of messuage, barn, stable, etc. in Henham, and messuage with malting office etc. in Sotherton, freehold and copyhold. William Boyce of Gedgrave, farmer, to Hannah Suckling of Woodton, Norfolk, widow.

Copy of part of will of William Boyce of Orford, gentleman, dated 27 August 1791.  HB26/412/222  c 1792

Contents:
Messuage and appurtenances in Orford, Kings Marshes in the same, messuage with cottage and appurtenances in Henham and Sotherton, to be sold by Samuel Barthrop and Peter Jermyn, his executors. Proved 6 November 1792.

Abstract of title of the late William Boyce to copyhold lands in the manor of Sotherton (as at HB26/412/213). 1723-1794.  HB26/412/223  c 1794

Abstract of title of the same to copyhold lands in the manor of Henham with Cravens (as at HB26/412/216). 1715-1794.  HB26/412/224  c 1794

Lease and release  HB26/412/225 226  19 20 January 1794

Contents:
Of freehold parts of messuage in Henham with barn, stable, etc., and of messuage in Sotherton with appurtenances. Samuel Barthrop of Blaxhall, farmer, and Peter Jenmyn of Halesworth, gentleman, executors of William Boyce of Orford, gentleman, to Philip Bowes Broke of Nacton, Esq., and James Hamlyn the younger of Wimpole Street, St. Marylebone, Middlesex, Esq., to the use of Sir John Rous of Darsham Hall, baronet, and Charlotte Maria, his wife. Bargain and sale of copyhold lands in the manors of Henham with Cravens and Sotherton (as at HB26/412/216 213). Samuel Barthrop and Peter Jermyn at direction of Philip Bowes Broke, James Hamlyn, Abraham Whittaker of Honnor, Herefordshire, and Charles Drummond of Parliament Street, St. Margaret, Westminster, Esq., to Sir John Rous, tenant for life of the said manors, in order that the copyhold may be extinguished in his freehold. Assignment of leasehold interest by way of mortgage. Hannah Suckling of Woodton, Norfolk, widow, at direction of Samuel Barthrop and Peter Jermyn, and appointment of Sir John Rous, Philip Bowes Broke and James Hamlyn, to John Dresser of Blyford Hall, Esq., upon similar trusts, to wait upon the freehold inheritance.

Bundle marked: "Writings of an estate in Wangford purchased by Steffe Crispe in 1813". Numbered 18.  HB26/412/227-238  [n.d.]

Lease for a year  HB26/412/227  30 January 1766

Contents:
Of piece of land, formerly part of estate of John Humphreys, clerk, deceased, 2 acres, in Wangford. Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet, to John Crisp of Wangford, merchant.

Mortgage. Lease for 1000 years  HB26/412/228  1783

Contents:
Of messuage in Wangford, with malting office, appurtenances and lands freehold and copyhold. Steffe Crisp of Wangford, merchant, youngest son of John Crisp of the same, merchant, to Peter Jermyn of Halesworth, gentleman, and Samuel Crisp of Southwold, merchant, executors and trustees of John Crisp. 10 June 1783.
Inclosed: Debts due and outstanding to the effects of Mr. John Crisp, deceased. 8 July 1783

Bond to pay money owed. Steffe Crisp to Peter Jermyn and Samuel Crisp.  HB26/412/229  10 June 1783

Copy of conditional surrender, manor of Reydon  HB26/412/230  10 June 1783

Contents:
Of lands and tenements by Steffe Crisp to Peter Jermyn and Samuel Crisp.

Copy of conditional surrender, manor of Wangford  HB26/412/231  10 June 1783

Contents:
Of lands and tenements by Steffe Crisp to the use of Peter Jermyn and Samuel Crisp.

Agreement to convey messuage in Wangford, with malt office, kiln, mill-house, stable, etc. 14 acres, 26 perches.  HB26/412/232  24 July 1813

Contents:
Steffe Crisp of Wangford, malster, to Rt. Hon. John Lord Rous of Henham Hall.

Copy of absolute surrender, manor of Reydon  HB26/412/233  October 1813

Contents:
Of messuage, with close adjoining, now divided into three, 5 acres, five acres of land and marsh, two pieces of land and pasture, 1½ acres, adjoining tenement Tutweyes and Butchers Close, by Steffe Crisp and his wife to John Lord Rous, lord of the manor.

Copy of absolute surrender, manor of Wangford  HB26/412/234  October 1813

Contents:
Of land, ½ acre, called Pellindale, in Wangford. Steffe Crisp and his wife to John Lord Rous, lord of the manor.

Copy of acknowledgement of satisfaction, manor of Reydon  HB26/412/235  12 October 1813

Contents:
Concerning moneys owed on mortgage. Samuel Crispe of Harleston, Norfolk, gentleman, to John Lord Rous.

Copy of acknowledgment of satisfaction, manor of Wangford, as in HB26/412/235  HB26/412/236  12 October 1813

Lease and release  HB26/412/237  12 13 October 1813

Contents:
Of messuage in Wangford with malthouse, kiln, mill-house, barn, stable, etc., in Wangford, 14 acres. Steffe Crispe of Reydon, farmer, to John Lord Rous of Henham Hall. Covenant to surrender copyhold parts of the same.

Assignment of leasehold interest by way of mortgage in freehold part of the lands and tenements. in HB26/412/237  HB26/412/238  13 October 1813

Contents:
Samuel Crispe, formerly of Southwold, merchant, and now of Harleston, Norfolk, gentleman, at direction of Steffe Crispe of Wangford, malster, and John Lord Rous of Henham Hall, to John Dresser of Blyford, Esq. on trust for John Lord Rous, to wait upon the freehold inheritance.

Bundle marked: "Conveyance of a piece of meadow land in Bulcamp from John Micklethwaite Esqr to the Rt. Honble. Jno. Lord Rous" Numbered 19.  HB26/412/239-240  [n.d.]

Abstract of title of John Micklethwait, Esquire, of Newmarket; Cambridgeshire, eldest son and heir of John Micklethwait of Beeston next Norwich, Norfolk, Esq., to messuage and farm, with lands and tenements in Wenhaston and Bulcamp, and particularly to a meadow in Bulcamp. 1762-1805.  HB26/412/239  c 1805

Contents:
Some of the deeds quoted relate to many other properties also:-
Messuages and lands in St. Andrew Ilketshall, St. James, South Elmham, Metfield, Fressingfield, Westleton, Beccles, Ringsfield, Barsham, Wissett, Hinton. 1782 1805.

Lease and release  HB26/412/240  29 30 November 1805

Contents:
Of piece of freehold meadow or marsh, called Long Spong, one acre, one r. 13p., in Bulcamp, adjoining highway from Halesworth to Southwold, and navigable river, Blyth. John Micklethwait of Newmarket, Cambridgeshire, Esq., with consent of Thomas Blofeld of Hoveton St. John, Norfolk, Esq., and William Mason, the younger, of Thorpe next Norwich, Norfolk, Esq., trustees under a marriage settlement, to John Lord Rous of Henham Hall. Revocation of former uses, and appointment to the use of John Lord Rous by John Micklethwait with the consent of Thomas Blofeld and William Mason.

Bundle marked: "Conveyance of lands in Wangford late Nathan Cooper's from Mr. George Randall wife to Lord Rous and deed of exchange between his lordship and Mr. Benjamin Reeve of lands in Wangford 1813". Numbered 20.  HB26/412/241-243  [n.d.]

Appointment  HB26/412/241  28 September 1813

Contents:
Of four pieces of land in Wangford (Barn piece, adjoining road from Wangford to Southwold, with messuage Alkeyns, 17 ac. 3r; fielding number four, 2 ac. 26p., adjoining Barn Piece; fielding number five, 1ac. 3r. 20p.; Low Meadow, adjoining common river) copyhold of the manors of Reydon, Wangford and Henham with Cravens, by George Randall of Orford, Esq., and Mary Ann, his wife, to the use of John Lord Rous.

Exchange: lease and release  HB26/412/242  29 30 September 1813

Contents:
Of piece of land in Wangford called Wronglands, 8 ac. 3r. 7p., adjoining turnpike from Wangford to Yarmouth. John Lord Rous, Baron Rous of Henham Hall, to Benjamin Reeve of Wangford, gentleman, in exchange for:- lease and release of piece of land or meadow in Uggeshall and Wangford, called Bridge Meadow, 3 ac. 3r. 20p., adjoining common river, Blomfield Wood in Wangford, 17p. three pieces of land in Wangford, in Woodfield, 3r. 36p.; 2r.; and 1ac. 12p. Benjamin Reeve to John Lord Rous.

Memorandum of an exchange of land and the proportion of the value of an estate in Wangford between Lord Rous and Benjamin Reeve.  HB26/412/243  6 September 1813

Bundle marked: "Conveyance of marshes in Bulcamp from Sir Charles Blois Bart. to the Rt. Honble. John Lord Rous". Numbered 21.  HB26/412/244-245  [n.d.]

Abstract of title of Sir Charles Blois, Baronet to marshes called the Salts in Bulcamp, 27 acres, formerly in the occupation of John Grimsby, Robert Elmy, Benjamin Whitney and John Lord Rous. 1763-1814.  HB26/412/244  c 1814

Contents:
Earlier deeds relate also to Westwood Lodge Farm and appurtenances.

Release  HB26/412/245  10 December 1814

Contents:
Of five pieces of marsh, late four pieces, in Blythburgh and Bulcamp, adjoining river Blyth, nearly opposite Blythburgh church, 24 ac. 1r. 27p. Sir Charles Blois of Cockfield Hall, Yoxford, baronet, to Rt. Hon. John Lord Rous, Baron Rous, of Henham Hall.

Bundle marked: "Writings and title deeds of an estate at Wangford purchased by Rt. Honble. Lord Rous of the Exprs. of the late Wm. Diver deced. Oct. 1818". Numbered 22.  HB26/412/246-275  [n.d.]

Mortgage: lease for 900 years  HB26/412/246  14 March 1733

Contents:
Of freehold and copyhold messuage lands and appurtenances, in Wangford. William Bellamy of Wangford wheelwright, and Mary, his wife, to Frances Love of Halesworth, spinster.

Copy of court roll: Wangford.  HB26/412/247  14 March 1733

Contents:
Conditional surrender of copyhold lands and tenements by William Bellamy and Mary, his wife, to the use of Frances Love of Halesworth.

Bond to pay money owed. William Bellamy, yeoman, to Frances Love.  HB26/412/248  14 March 1733

Assignment of mortgage  HB26/412/249  14 March 1737

Contents:
On messuage, etc. (as in HB26/412/246), Frances Love of Halesworth, spinster, to Hustings Wilkinson of Wangford, surgeon.

Assignment of mortgage  HB26/412/250  11 November 1743

Contents:
Of messuage and lands (as at HB26/412/246). Hustings Wilkinson of Wrentham, surgeon, by appointment of Edmund Allington of Worlingham, wheelwright, guardian of Thomas Bellamy, infant of 16, eldest son and heir of William Bellamy, to Thomas Bullard of North Cove, yeoman.

Copy of court roll: Wangford.  HB26/412/251  11 November 1743

Contents:
Admission to tenement, and marsh pasture, 1½ acres, formerly part of tenement, Cocks, of Frances Love in accordance with conditional surrender by William Bellamy and Mary, his wife. Conditional surrender by Frances Love, with consent of Edmund Allington, guardian of Thomas Bellamy, to the use of Thomas Bullard of North Cove, yeoman.

Assignment of mortgage  HB26/412/252  1 November 1746

Contents:
Of messuage and lands (as at HB26/412/246). Thomas Bullard of North Cove, yeoman, at direction of Edmund Allington of Worlingham, wheelwright, to Robert Aldous of Mutford, yeoman.

Assignment of mortgage  HB26/412/253  8 March 1747

Contents:
Of messuage and lands (as at HB26/412/246). Robert Aldous of Benacre, yeoman, at direction of Edmund Allington of Worlingham, wheelwright, to Michael Baldry of Wangford, grocer.

Copy of court roll: Wangford.  HB26/412/254  11 May 1750

Contents:
Admission to tenement and land (as at HB26/412/251) of Michael Baldry in execution of mortgage made to him.

Probate of will of Michael Baldry of Wangford, grocer, dated 3 May 1750.  HB26/412/255  24 May 1754

Contents:
Messuages with appurtenances in Wangford and Framlingham, to Michael Baldry, his only son, on condition he pay annuity of £16 to Elizabeth Baldry, wife of the testator.

Copy of part of the willin HB26/412/255  HB26/412/256  Undated

Two indentures of fine  HB26/412/257  (1762)

Contents:
Concerning moiety of messuage, stable, garden, orchard, 2 acres land, 5 acres meadow and 5 acres fresh marsh, in Wangford. Michael Baldry, pet; Thomas Sawyer and Mary, his wife, deforc. Morrow of Trinity 2 George III

Assignment of leasehold interest by way of mortgage  HB26/412/258  8 June 1762

Contents:
In messuage and lands (as at HB26/412/246). Michael Baldry of Wangford, grocer, only son and heir/of Michael Baldry, with consent of Thomas Sawyer of Eagle Street, Red Lyon Square, Middlesex, yeoman, and Mary, his wife, and Elizabeth Andrews of Southwold, widow, (the last two being daughters and heirs of William Bellamy and sisters of Thomas Bellamy of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, wheelwright, deceased) to William Boyce of Henham, gentleman, in trust for Michael Baldry, to wait upon the freehold inheritance.

Lease and release  HB26/412/259  8 9 June 1762

Contents:
Of messuage and lands (as at HB26/412/246). Thomas Sawyer of Eagle Street, St. George Bloomsbury, Middlesex, yeoman, and Mary, his wife, and Elizabeth Andrews of Southwold, widow, to Michael Baldry of Wangford, grocer.

Bond to perform conditions of agreement.  HB26/412/260  9 June 1762

Contents:
Thomas Sawyer and Elizabeth Andrews for themselves and Mary, wife of Thomas Sawyer, to Michael Baldry.

Copy of quitclaim, manor of Wangford  HB26/412/261  1762

Contents:
Of tenement and land (as at HB26/412/251) by Thomas Sawyer and Mary, his wife, to Michael Baldry. 26 June 1762.
Attached:- Receipt for fees in connection with the above. J. Granger to James [...] Penmyn. 22 July 1762.

Mortgage: lease for 500 years  HB26/412/262  19 June 1780

Contents:
Of freehold part of messuage and lands at Wangford (as HB26/412/246) and messuage and appurtenances in Framlingham. Michael Baldrey of Wangford, grocer and draper, to Samuel Alexander of [...] Geldeston, Norfolk, gentleman.

Assignment of mortgage  HB26/412/263  1782-1786

Contents:
Of messuage and lands at Wangford only (as in HB26/412/246). Samuel Alexander of Geldeston, gentleman, by direction of Michael Baldry, late of Wangford, and now of Westhall, grocer and draper, to Robert Neslen of Uggeshall, gentleman. 9 December 1782.
Attached:- Assignment of leasehold interest by way of mortgage in the messuage and lands. Mary Neslen of Uggeshall, widow of Robert Neslen, by direction of William Austin of Wellington, Shropshire, flour-merchant, and Elizabeth, his wife, Mary Baldrey of Manchester, Lancashire, spinster, and Michael Baldrey of the same, fustian manufacturer, the last three being children of Michael Baldrey, deceased, and at nomination of William Diver of Wangford, grocer and draper, to Peter Jermyn of Halesworth, gentleman, in trust for William Diver, to wait upon the freehold inheritance. 14 January 1786.

Copy of will of Michael Baldry of Lowestoft.  HB26/412/264  28 August 1784

Contents:
Lands and tenements in Wangford to Elizabeth and Mary, his daughters.

Lease and release  HB26/412/265  13 14 January 1786

Contents:
Of messuage and land at Wangford as in HB26/412/246 William Austin of Wellington, Shropshire, flour merchant, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Mary Baldrey of Manchester, Lancashire, spinster, and Michael Baldrey of the same, fustian-manufacturer, by their direction and that of William Diver of Wangford, grocer and draper, to William Diver end John Tuthill of Halesworth, gentleman, and the heirs of William Diver; covenant to levy fine; covenant to surrender copyhold part of the estate.

Extract of fine  HB26/412/266  1786

Contents:
Concerning messuage, stable, orchard, 2 acres land, five acres meadow, etc. in Wangford. William Diver, pet; William Austin and Elizabeth, his wife, Mary Baldrey and Michael Baldry, deforc. Michaelmas term

Mortgage: lease for 1000 years  HB26/412/267  5 December 1786-8 May 1801

Contents:
Of messuage and lands at Wangford, (as at HB26/412/246). William Diver of Wangford, grocer, and John Tuthill of Halesworth, gentleman, at his direction, to James Peake of Bulcamp, gentleman. 5 December 1786.
On dorse:- Assignment of principal and interest due on the above mortgage. Mary Peake of Yarmouth, Norfolk, spinster, residuary legatee of James Peake, upon her marriage to Isaac Woodroffe of Uggeshall, yeoman, with his consent, to Thomas Gooch of St. James Clerkenwell, Middlesex, gentleman, upon trusts already declared. Assignment of the above mortgage. 8 May 1801.

Bond to pay money owed. William Diver to Janes Peake.  HB26/412/268  5 December 1786

Copy of conditional surrender, manor of Wangford  HB26/412/269  5 December 1786

Contents:
Of messuages and lands, by William Diver of Wangford, grocer, to the use of James Peake of Bulcamp, gentleman.

Abstract of title of William Diver to copyhold tenement and land (as at HB26/412/251) in manor of Wangford. 1708-1790.  HB26/412/270  c 1790

Copy of will of William Diver of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, wine and liquor merchant.  HB26/412/271  c 1818

Contents:
All real property to William Holmes Diver, Ann Eliza Diver and Hannah, wife of John Fiske of Metfield Hall, farmer, his children. 18 February 1818. Proved 9 March 1818.

Abstract of title of William Holmes Diver, Ann Eliza Diver and Hannah wife of John Fiske of Metfield Hall, farmer, children of William Diver, to freehold part of an estate in Wangford (as at HB26/412/246). 1733-1818.  HB26/412/272  1818

Agreement to convey and surrende  HB26/412/273  5 June 1818

Contents:
Messuage in Wangford, now divided into three dwellings, with appurtenances, and five pieces of arable or meadow adjoining, 5½ acres. John Fisk of Metfield, gentleman, and William Holmes Diver of Great Yarmouth Norfolk, wine merchant, to Samuel Crisp of Henham, farmer.

Lease and release  HB26/412/274  29 30 October 1818

Contents:
Of messuage in Wangford, with appurtenances, 5½ acres. William Holmes Diver of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, merchant, Ann Eliza Diver, of the same, spinster, and John Fiske of Metfield Hall, farmer, and Hannah, his wife, to Rt. Hon. John Lord Rous, Baron Rous of Henham Hall, Suffolk.
Covenant to surrender copyhold part of the estate. Covenant to levy fine.

Assignment of leasehold interest by way of mortgage  HB26/412/275  30 October 1818

Contents:
In messuage and lands (as at HB26/412/274). Thomas Gooch of St. James Clerkenwell, Middlesex, gentleman, and John Dresser of Blyford Hall, Esq., surviving executor of James Peake, at direction of William Holmes Diver, Ann Eliza Diver, John Fiske and Hannah, his wife, and by appointment of John Lord Rous, to Robert Crabtree of Halesworth, gentleman, in trust for John Lord Rous to wait upon the freehold inheritance.

Bundle marked: "Writings of two pieces of land in Sotherton purchased by the Right Honorable Lord Rous of Mr. Richard Daniel." Numbered 23.  HB26/412/276-285  [n.d.]

Lease and release  HB26/412/276  1 2 March 1708

Contents:
Of messuage with stable, barn, etc. in Sotherton adjoining Sotherton Moore, 1½ acres, freehold land, Mason's close, now divided into two, adjoining the said messuage, 8 acres, two pieces of land with a grove, adjoining Glebe land, 7 acres, piece of land, adjoining Benfield Grove, 10 acres, land called Wood Close, 5 acres, Benfield Grove, adjoining Westhall Meadows and way from Sotherton church to Halesworth, 5 acres, Seymers Pightell, adjoining Benfield Wood, and the said way, 5 acres, triangular land called Lennyes meadowe, 1 acres, all in Sotherton, and 3 pieces of land with Spring Woods in Henham, adjoining highway from Sotherton Moore to Blythburgh, 17 acres. Edmund Bohun of Westhall, gentleman, eldest son of Edmund Bohun, Esq., and Hannah, his wife, to William Newson of Uggeshall, gentleman, to use of Sarah, wife of George Crisp, late of Henham, yeoman, daughter of William Newson, for life and of heirs of her body, falling whom to the use of Elizabeth Bell and her heirs.

Bond to perform conditions of agreement, Edmund Bohun to William Newson.  HB26/412/277  2 March 1708

Bargain and sale  HB26/412/278  31 August 1815

Contents:
Of freehold land, Mason's Close, divided in two, in Sotherton, adjoining Sotherton Moor, 8 acres. William Crispe of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, mariner, grandson and heir of Sarah Crispe, the wife of George Crispe of Henham, yeoman, to Lewis Peacock, the younger, of Lincolns Inn Fields, Middlesex, gentleman, in order that he may suffer common recovery by Thomas Reeve Daniel of Caister, Norfolk, gentleman, to the use of Richard Daniel of Stokesby, Norfolk, gentleman.

Common recovery  HB26/412/279  1815

(Great seal intact, but defaced).

Contents:
Of 10 acres meadow, 10 acres pasture and 10 acres marsh in Sotherton, by Thomas Reeve Daniel, from Lewis Peacock. William Crispe and William Tennant, vouchees. Michaelmas term 56 George III

Abstract of title of Richard Daniels to freehold land (as at HB26/412/278).  HB26/412/280  1708-1815

Letter from Richard Daniel to Lord Rous  HB26/412/281  24 November 1815

Contents:
Concerning sale of freehold part of Sotherton estate to Lord Rous. (Sketch map of the property taken from Dodd's map).

Letter from Lord Rous to Mr. Crabtree (solicitor) of Halesworth concerning purchase of land from Richard Daniel.  HB26/412/282  28 November 1815

Memorandum of sale of two pieces of freehold land in Sotherton called Masons, 8ac. 3r. 8p. Richard Daniel to Lord Rous.  HB26/412/283  8 December 1815

Letter from Richard Daniel to R. Crabtree concerning sale of land to Lord Rous, with list of oak, ash and elm trees on the land.  HB26/412/284  5 January 1816

Lease and release  HB26/412/285  9 10 October 1816

Contents:
Of piece of land (as at HB26/412/278). Richard of Stokesby near Yarmouth, Norfolk, gentleman, to Rt. Hon. John Lord Rous, Baron Rous of Dennington, Suffolk. Appointment to the use of the same.

Bundle marked: "Conveyance etc. of an estate in Henham from Michael Collinson, Esqr. to Sir John Rous Bart. Dated 10th March 1786. Purchase money £185." Numbered 24 (and 5A).  HB26/412/286-291  [n.d.]

Abstract of title of late Metcalfe Russell, son of Michael Russell the younger of London, gentleman, to copyhold tenement called Friends in Henham, 6ac. 3r. 8p., adjoining Henham Green. 1703-1768.  HB26/412/286  c 1768

Copy of will of Metcalfe Russell, Esq. of Sproughton  HB26/412/287  26 November 1781

Contents:
Freehold and copyhold lands and tenements in Suffolk and Norfolk to his cousin, Michael Collinson of Mill Hill, Middlesex, Esq., charged with various annuities.

Estimate of annual and supposed real value of small estate chiefly copyhold at Henham, belonging to Michael Collinson with observations thereon, by John Josselyn.  HB26/412/288  8 September 1785

Table of contents of three pieces of land in Henham, belonging to Michael Collinson, and sold to Sir John Rous, with numbers of trees, sketch plan, etc.  HB26/412/289  1768 or 1786

Contents:
Dated 1768 (in error for 1786?)

Lease and release  HB26/412/290  9 10 March 1786

Contents:
Of messuage in Henham, with appurtenances, 7ac. 3r. 13p. Michael Collinson of Mill Hill, Middlesex, Esq., to Sir John Rous of Darsham, baronet. Covenant to surrender copyhold tenement, Friends and lands, 6ac. 3r. 8p. in manor of Henham to the same

Power of attorney  HB26/412/291  10 March 1786

Contents:
To be admitted to and surrender copyhold lands and tenement, Friends, in manor of Henham cum Cravens, Michael Collinson to John Dresser of Blyford, gentleman.

Bundle marked: "Deed of covenant from Mrs. Temple relating to Sotherton Inclosure". Numbered 25.  HB26/412/292-293  [n.d.]

Covenant  HB26/412/292  17 April 1810

Contents:
To make absolute surrender of piece of land formerly part of the Common pasture called Sotherton Moor (No.17 in Inclosure Award) 8ac. 39p., adjoining the road, allotted by the said Award. Mary Temple of Beccles, widow, to the Rt. Hon. John Lord Rous of Henham, Lord of the manor.

Copy of absolute surrender, manor of Sotherton  HB26/412/293  17 April 1810

Contents:
Of piece of land as in HB26/412/292 Mary Temple to John Lord Rous.

Bundle marked: "Writings and Title Deeds of an Estate in Sotherton in Suffolk purchased by the Rt. Honble. Lord Rous of the Executors and Legatees of late Richard Knights deceased." Numbered 26.  HB26/412/294-317  [n.d.]

Copy of bargain and sale  HB26/412/294  2 March 1708

Contents:
Of messuage, with stable, etc. adjoining Sotherton Moor, 1½ acres; freehold land called Masons close, now divided in two, adjoining the said messuage and Sotherton Moor, 8 acres; two pieces of land with grove or spring adjoining the said messuage, 7 acres; piece of land, adjoining Benfield Grove, 10 acres; piece of land, Wood Close, adjoining land called Westhall Hall, 5 acres; land or spring, Benfield Grove, adjoining Westhall Meadows, and way from Sotherton to Halesworth, 5 acres; Seymers Pightell, adjoining Benfield Wood and the said way, 2 acres; triangular piece of land called Lennyes Meadowe, 1 acre; all in Sotherton; three pieces of land with two groves or spring woods, in Henham, adjoining common highway from Sotherton Moor to Blythburgh, and the common, 17 acres, and piece of land or meadow, Millmount Meadowe, in Henham, adjoining the highway and common, 1½ acres; freehold and copyhold. Edmund Bohun of Westhall, gentleman (eldest son of Edmund Bohun, Esq., deceased) and Hannah, his wife, to William Newson of Uggeshall, gentleman, to the use of Sarah, wife of George Crispe, late of Henham, yeoman, and daughter of William Newson, for life, and then to the heirs of her body, failing whom to the use of Elizabeth, wife of William Bell, gentleman, and daughter of William Newson.

Bond to guarantee title  HB26/412/295  9 October 1739

Contents:
To copyhold lands in the manor of Sotherton of which conditional surrender has been made. William Crispe of Lowestoft, singleman, to Robert Dixon of the same, master and mariner.

Copy of quitclaim, manor of Sotherton  HB26/412/296  9 October 1739

Contents:
Of copyhold messuages and lands, devised by Sarah Crispe. George Crispe, her husband, to William Crispe of Lowestoft, singleman

Quitclaim  HB26/412/297  9 October 1739

Contents:
Of messuage and appurtenances occupied by William Cleveland, in Sotherton, devised by Sarah Crispe. George Crisp, her husband, of Halesworth, yeoman, to William Crispe of Lowestoft, singleman.

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/298  12 May 1742

Contents:
Admission to 8½ acres, now or late of wood with a cottage in Sotherton, between lands of Edmund Bohund and of Henry Cooper; of James Knights, in accordance with will of his father, Charles Knights.

Probate of will of Charles Knights of Sotherton, tailor, dated 27 March 1739.  HB26/412/299  1 September 1742

Contents:
Messuages, etc. in Sotherton, to James Knights of Holton, his son, subject to annuity of 40s. to Elizabeth, his wife, and, after her death, to an annuity of 20s. to Elizabeth, his daughter, and payment of £4 to Charles Knights, his grandson, on reaching the age of 21.

Copy of mortgage: conditional surrender, manor of Sotherton  HB26/412/300  3 December 1745

Contents:
Of messuages and lands, by William Crispe of Sotherton, yeoman, and Mary, his wife, to the use of James Knights of Westhall, linen weaver.

Bond to guarantee title to messuages and lands conditionally surrendered (as HB12/412/299). William Crispe to James Knights.  HB26/412/301  3 December 1745

Copy of will of William Crispe of Sotherton, yeoman.  HB26/412/302  14 February 1753

Contents:
Copyhold lands and tenements in Sotherton to be sold, and residue of proceeds to be paid to Mary, his wife; two pieces of freehold land, Masons Pieces, in Sotherton, entailed to William, his eldest son, requested to be sold and divided between him and the other children of the testator.

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/303  18 May 1753

Contents:
Admission to tenement called Estoiles with piece of land, a lane and piece of wood or row of trees; two closes and a pightle of land and pasture, in Sotherton, one adjoining close of Sotherton Rectory, the wood of the lord, and Sotherton Moor, one adjoining Bawfield Wood, and the first close, and the pightle adjoining Week Lane, Sotherton Moor, and closes formerly of Wangford Priory; lac. 2r. 4p. of pasture, late wood, part of Inham Wood; and Bawfield or Ballfield Wood, 13 acres; of James Knights of Westhall, linen-weaver, on death of William Crispe of Sotherton, yeoman, in virtue of a conditional surrender made to him.

Bargain and sale  HB26/412/304  25 September 1753

Contents:
Of messuage, with appurtenances, in Sotherton, adjoining Sotherton Moor and land called Masons, 1½ acres; 3 pieces of land, adjoining the said messuage, 11 acres; 2 pieces of land, late one, adjoining Benfield Grove, 10 acres, and other lands (as in HB26/412/294) in Sotherton only. Mary Crispe of Sotherton, widow, and John Neal, late of Lowestoft, now of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, mariner, executors of William Crispe of Sotherton, yeoman, to James Knights of Westhall, linen-weaver, in payment of money owed to him.

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/305  22 September 1775

Contents:
Admission to 8½ acres with a cottage (as in HB26/412/298), and to tenement and lands (as in HB26/412/303) and to other lands formerly of Sarah Crispe and William Crispe, of Richard Knights, on death of his father, James Knights.

Copy of mortgage: conditional surrender, manor of Sotherton  HB26/412/306  18 November 1788

Contents:
Of messuages and lands. Richard Knights of Henham, farmer, and Mary, his wife, to the use of Mary Rumsby of Halesworth, spinster.

Bond to guarantee title to copyhold messuages and lands, conditionally surrendered, as above. Richard Knights to Mary Rumsby.  HB26/412/307  18 November 1738

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/308  19 December 1800

Contents:
Admission to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/305) of Mary Knights, widow of Richard Knights, in accordance with his will.

Allotment under Inclosure Award  HB26/412/309  4 July 1804

Contents:
Of piece of land in Sotherton (No.5 in the award), 10ac. 23p., adjoining a road, subject to a right of way to land adjoining. Inclosure Commissioners to Mary Knights, widow.

Abstract of title of Mary Knights, widow, to copyhold lands in the manor of Sotherton (as in HB26/412/305), with opinion of Charles Butler of Lincolns Inn on the soundness of the title. 1734-1805.  HB26/412/310  c 1805

Mortgage: lease for 1000 years of piece of land (as in HB26/412/309). Mary Knights of Sotherton, widow, to John Gooch of Lowestoft, gentleman.  HB26/412/311  25 February 1806

Covenant  HB26/412/312  18 August 1815

Contents:
To purchase messuage and farm with appurtenances in Sotherton, occupied by Mary Knights, about 56 acres arable and pasture, copyhold of manor of Sotherton. (Mrs. Knights to occupy part of the house, rent free, for 8 years). Rt. Hon. John Lord Rous of Henham Hall, to Richard Daniel of Stokesby, Norfolk, gentleman.

Letter concerning the will of Richard Knights of Henham, farmer, with copy of part of the will, dated 20 January 1799.  HB26/412/313  27 August 1815

Contents:
Richard Daniel of Stokesby, Norfolk, to R. Crabtree, solicitor, of Halesworth.

Copy of acknowledgment of satisfaction, manor of Sotherton  HB26/412/314  27 October 1815


Related information: See HB26/412/306.

Contents:
By Mary Rumsby of Halesworth, spinster, concerning land conditionally surrendered to her by Richard Knights.

Bargain and sale  HB26/412/315  28 October 1815

Contents:
Of messuage or farm house with appurtenances, 56 acres (as in HB26/412/305 309) copyhold of the manor of Sotherton. Richard Knights of Horstead, Norfolk, farmer, only surviving son, and heir at law of Richard Knights of Sotherton, farmer, by appointment of Mary Knights of Sotherton, widow of Richard Knights, Robert Gooch of Stoven, farmer, and Elizabeth, his wife, Richard Daniel of Stokesby, Norfolk, gentleman, and Lydia, his wife, William Womack of Somerton East, Norfolk, farmer, and Matilda, his wife, Thomas Atkins of Sotherton, farmer, and Deborah, his wife, late Deborah Knights, spinster, and Louisa Knights of Sotherton, spinster, residuary legatees of Richard Knights, and John Gooch eldest son and heir and administrator of goods of Mary Gooch, to Rt. Hon. John Lord Rous, Baron Rous, of Henham Hall. Covenant by Mary Knights, Richard Knights, Robert Gooch, Richard Daniel, William Womack, Thomas Atkins and Louisa Knights to surrender the said lands to the use of John Lord Rous.

Two copies of letters of administration of estate of Mary Gooch, of Sotherton, wife of John Gooch, deceased, granted to John Gooch, one of her children.  HB26/412/316 317  31 October 1815

Bundle  HB26/412/318-320  [n.d.]

Contents:
Marked: "Office copies of the wills of:-
Sir Jno. Rous Bart. Dated 12th Octr. 1670.
Sir Jno. Rous Bart. - 16th Apl. 1729.
Sir Robt. Rous Bart. - 9th May 1735."
Numbered 27.

Copy of will of Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet, dated 12 October 1670.  HB26/412/318  c 1671

Contents:
All lands and tenements, except copyhold marsh ground called Subborn Marshes, to John Rous, his only son, but during his minority Sir John Knivett, Knight of the Bath, Thomas Leman of Wenhaston, Esq., and Thomas Dey of Eye, Esq., to act as trustees. Subborne Marshes to be sold to provide portions for Katherine and Letitia, his daughters. Proved 31 May 1671.

Copy of will of Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet, dated 16 April 1729.  HB26/412/319  c 1730

Contents:
Lands and tenements in Bruisyard, etc. purchased of Rev. Edmund Bedingfield of Bishops Cleve, Gloucestershire, clerk, to Dame Ann, his wife, for life, and then to uses declared by his marriage settlement. Annuity of £100 charged upon lands and tenements at Bulcamp, Henham and Sotherton, to Thomas Rous, his youngest son. Manors, franchises and liberties in Henham cum Cravens, Sotherton, Wangford, Reydon, Wrentham Poynings ex parte de Asmarton, Bulcamp, Soca Bretton, Brampton cum parte de Redsham, and Stoven cum Shelfanger, and advowsons of Henham, Sotherton, Wangford, Reydon, Soutwold, Dennington, Bedfield and Birch, and messuages and lands in Blything and Wangford Hundreds, to John Rous, his eldest son, and the heirs male of his body, failing whom, to Robert Rous, his second son, and the heirs male of his body, failing whom, to Thomas Rous, his youngest son and the heirs male of his body. Proved 3 June 1730.

Copy of will and codicil of Sir Robert Rous of Henham, baronet, dated 9 May and 1 June 1735.  HB26/412/320  c 1735

Contents:
Manors and advowsons, lands and messuages in Suffolk and Norfolk, to John Rous, his son, and the heirs of his body. Proved 14 June 1735.

Marked: "Settlement made by Sir John Rous Bart. after Marriage, of all his estates in Suffolk. Dated 26th April 1687." Numbered 29  [no ref. or date]

Release  HB26/412/321  20 April 1687

Contents:
Of manor of Dennington and lands and messuages in Dennington, the site of the monestery of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Bruisyard, the manors of Reydon and Bruisyard, the rectories of Bruisyard and Sutton, advowson of Sutton, greater tithes of Reydon, Brusyard Hall, lands and tenements in Bruisyard, Reydon, Cransford, Badingham, Butley, Ash, Bargham, Sweffling, Peasenhall, Sutton, Blythburgh and Bulcamp, the manors of Henham, Sotherton, Bedfield Farm-hall and Brundish, Henham Hall with Park, and lands and tenements in Henham, Wangford, Sotherton, Uggeshall, Reydon, Blythburgh, Bulcamp, Shadingfield, Brampton, Stoven, Dennington, Brundish, Bedfield, Bruisyard, Cransford and Badingham. Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet, (Dame Phillippa, his wife, being dead) to Richard Palgrave of Henham, gentleman, to the use of Sir John Rous for 99 years or life, and then to the use of Thomas Knyvett of Darsham, Esq., and Thomas Leaman of Wenhaston, Esq. for 500 years, to the use of John, eldest son of Sir John Rous, for 99 years or life, and then to the use of his sons in order, etc. Thomas Knyvett and Thomas Leaman to pay from the said estates £40 per annum each to Hannah and Philippa, daughters of Sir John Rous, until they reach ages of 14, and thereafter £60 p.a. until they reach ages of 21 or are married, and to pay dowry of £4000 between them upon marriage.

Bundle marked: "John Rous Esq. and Jas. Bedingfield alias De Grey, Deed of Partition - Dated 21st Octr. 1706, by which the manors of Darsham, Abbots, Netherhall Bramfield and the advowsons impropriations of Darsham and Yoxford and sundry Estates in Darsham etc. were limited to the said John Rous in fee." Numbered 30.  HB26/412/322-323  [n.d.]

Partition of the manors, messuages, lands tenements of Thomas Bedingfield of Darsham, Esq., deceased  HB26/412/322  21 October 1706

Contents:
Between John Rous of Henham, Esq. (eldest son of Sir John Rous of the same, and son and heir of Phillippa, his wife, sister coheir of Thomas Bedingfield) and James Bedingfield alias De Grey of Caius College, Cambridge, gentleman, son of Elizabeth De Grey, deceased, widow of William de Grey of Merton, Norfolk, Esq., sister and coheir of Sir Thomas Bedingfield. Covenant by Sir John Rous, John Rous, Thomas de Grey of Merton, Esq., other son of Elizabeth de Grey, James Bedingfield alias de Grey, Sir Christopher Calthorpe of East Rasham, Norfolk, K.B., Sir William Rant of Thorpe Market, Norfolk, knight, and Arthur Branthwayt of Norwich, Esq., executors of Elizabeth de Grey, to levy fine to William Palgrave of Pulham Market, Norfolk, gentleman, of all the manors, lands and tenements of Thomas Bedingfield, deceased:
To the use of John Rous:-
Manors of Darsham cum Yoxford, Abbotts Austens and Gerrards, Temple in Dunwich, Netherhall in Eye, Bramfield cum Brookehall alias Stonhams.
Advowson of Darsham.
Darsham Hall with lands tenements let to Dame Mary Knyvett.
Messuages, farms and lands in Darsham, occupied by Robert Ralls and Bryant Copland.
Messuage, farm and lands in Darsham, Bramfield and Thorington, occupied by John Smyth.
Advowson and greater tithes of Yoxford.
Greater tithes of Darsham.
Dingle Marsh in Westleton.
Messuages, farms and lands in Darsham, occupied by Peter Specks, Thomas Winter, and Elizabeth Pettitt, widow.
Messuage and farm in Darsham, occupied by Robert Pettitt.
Messuage, farm and lands in Darsham and Yoxford, occupied by John Canham.
Messuage and farm in Darsham and Bramfield, occupied by Margaret Skeets.
Messuages, farms and lands in Darsham, occupied by Elizabeth Veale, widow, Thomas Mills, John Mollitt and Elizabeth Hammont, widow.
Messuage, farm and lands in Framlingham and Easton, occupied by Thomas Mulliner.
Messuage, farm and lands in Eye, occupied by John Mobbs.
Messuage, farm and lands in Eye and Yaxley, occupied by --- Clarke.
Messuage, farm and lands in Bedingfield occupied by Francis Bilney.
Messuages, farms and lands in Darsham occupied by Peter Martin and Philip Walker.
Temple Close in Dunwich.
To the use of Sir Christopher Colthorpe, Sir William Rant and Arthur Branthwayt, for 500 years, in trust to pay sums due under will of Elizabeth de Grey, and then in trust for James Bedingfield alias de Grey:-
Manors of Copdock cum Barons, Belstead Magna alias Amor Hall.
Advowson of Copdock.
Advowson and rectory of Washbrook.
Amor Hall Farm and lands in Copdock and Washbrook, occupied by Joseph Burrough.
Messuages, farms and lands in Copdock, Washbrook and Belstead, occupied by John Marvin.
Messuages, farms and lands in Copdock and Washbrook, occupied by Sarah Peake, widow, Susan Cole, Elizabeth Boydin, widow, Leonard Feldgate, John Pascall and John Smyth.
Woods, underwoods and soil in Copdock and Washbrook.
Upper Darly Marsh in Wickhampton, Norfolk, occupied by Anthony Mills.
Parts of Holme Marsh in Wickhampton, occupied by --- Freeman, widow, and Robert Gilbert, and by Moses Heath.
Parts of Mill Marsh, Great Good Marsh, and Little Good Marsh, in Reedham and Wickhampton, occupied by Robert Gilbert.
Part of Darly Marsh in Reedham and Wickhampton, occupied by John Gooch.
Part of Lower Darly Marsh in the same, occupied by Edward Melcher.
Butlers Marsh and part of Hill Marsh in the same, occupied by Robert Gamble.
Marsh House, Cow Marsh and two little marshes in the same, occupied by Thomas Carver.
Petty Marsh in the same, occupied by Henry Willis, and Benjamine Fisher.
East Marsh in Reedham, occupied by John Kett.
Woodwards Marsh in Reedham, occupied by Robert Cotton.
Galgate Marsh in Reedham and Wickhampton occupied by John Emris.
River Marsh in the same, occupied by William Palgrave.

Note of fine  HB26/412/323  1706

Contents:
Concerning, in Suffolk, manors of Darsham with Yoxford, Abbotts Austins and Gerrards, Netherhall in Eye, Bramfield with Brookehall otherwise Stonhams, Temple in Dunwich, Copdock with Baron, and Great Belstead otherwise Amorhall with appurtenances, 24 messuages, 1200 acres land, 100 acres meadow, 200 acres pasture, 50 acres wood, 100 acres furze and heath, 800 acres marsh, 200 acres moor, in Darsham Yoxford, Eye, Bedingfield, Bramfield, Thorington, Westleton, Easton, Yaxley, Framlingham, Dunwich, Copdock and Washbrook, and advowsons of Darsham Yoxford, Copdock and Washbrook, and in Norfolk, a messuage, 500 acres marsh, and 100 acres moor in Reedham and Wickhampton, between William Palgrave, pet; and John Rous, baronet, John Rous, Esq., Thomas de Grey, Esq., James Bedingfield alias de Grey, gent., Christopher Calthorpe, K.B., William Rant, knight, and Arthur Branthwayte, Esq., deforc. Michaelmas term 1706.

Bundle marked" "Sir John Playters' conveyance of the manor of Ugghall and of the advowson of Uggeshall and a farm there to John Rous, Esqr. Dated 16th Augt. 1718" Numbered 31, formerly 5.  HB26/412/324-338  [n.d.]

Copy of Bargain and sale of manor of Uggeshall alias Ugghall  HB26/412/324  1 August 1649

Contents:
With appurtenances and lands in Uggeshall, Frostenden, Stoven, Wrentham, Wangford, Mutford, Henstead and South Cove, messuage, lands and appurtenances in Ellough, and Weston, occupied by Thomas Barber purchased of Gisleham Woolhouse, messuage, lands, etc. in Willingham and Shadingfield, occupied by Elizabeth Burrell, widow, and a cottage nearby, occupied by Carleton Thomas Farrow, messuage, etc. in Willingham, Ellough or Sotterley, occupied by Robert Collyer, messuage, land, etc. called Further Southfields in Sotterley, Frostenden Stoven, occupied by John Cadie, messuage, etc. in Sotterley, Wrentham and Henstead, adjoining a common belonging to the same, occupied by Thomas Waters, messuage etc. in Sotterley, Henstead Willingham, near Hulver Heath, occupied by Thomas Mauser, meadow in Mutford occupied by William Mills, meadow with upland in Henstead or Willingham, occupied by Thomas Jones and marsh in Worlingham in Common Fenns leased to John Duke, 15 acres. Sir William Playters of Sotterley knight, and Thomas Playters of the same, Esq., his son and heir apparent, to John Harborne of Mundham, Norfolk, Esq., Henry Kemp of Inner Temple, London, gent., Marke Cottle of London, gent., James Bell of Sotterley, clerk, and Richard Sallows of the same, gent., on trust to sell the said lands, and with the proceeds pay debts owed by Sir William and Thomas Playters, and dispose of the residue as the said Sir William and Thomas may direct.

Bargain and sale of Manor (house) of Uggeshall  HB26/412/325  1 July 1653

Contents:
Occupied by Thomas Feveryeare, with lands and appurtenances, lands and tenements late Pacyes, close of land and pasture, called Bullyantes Close alias the Coppie Close, in Uggeshall and adjacent towns; manor of Uggeshall and advowson of Uggeshall church. Sir William Playters of Sotterley, knight and baronet, John Harborne of Mundham, Norfolk, Esq., Henry Kempe of Inner Temple, London, gent., Mark Cottle of London, gent., James Bell of Sotterley, clerk, and Richard Sallowes of the same, gentleman, to Lionel Playters of Parham, Esq., brother of Sir William Playters. (Thomas Playters now decd.)

Copy of Mortgage.  HB26/412/326  8 July 1671

Contents:
Lease for 500 years of manor of Uggeshall, advowson of Uggeshall church, capital messuage of manor of Uggeshall with lands and appurtenances, viz. Church pightle 5½ac. Broom Close, 15ac., Pound Close, 3½ac., Arable Close, 4ac., Newlaid Close, 8½., Wood Close, 7½ac., the Pightle, 3¼ac., the Wood, 15¾ac., Rye pightle, 2½ac., Hall Meadow, 2½ac., Little Meadow 1½ac.; messuage called Pacyes, with the pitles, 4½ac., the Closes, 15ac., the meadows, 4ac; Coppy Close alias Bullyants Close, 11½ac.; Bumbles Grove, 2¼ac; capital messuage of manor of Willingham, called Willingham Hall, with lands and appurtenances, viz. the Albrowes, 32ac., Markett Close, 10 ac., Severall or Passage Pasture, 20 ac., Cow Close, 19ac., the Horsprings, 10ac., Home Pasture, 15ac., Orchard Meadow, 7½ac., Malthouse Close, 12ac., the Warren, 18½ac., Calves Pitles, 14ac., Brakye Close, 30ac., Bridge Meadow, 4ac., White Thorn Hill, 17ac., Rivetts Hills, 17ac., Abbotts Meadow, 3½ac., Horsfens, 18½ac.; messuage, Cunninghams or Curdyes in Willingham, meadow adjoining, 13ac., Sallow Close, 7ac., Herons Pitle, 6ac., Cobham Close, 7ac., and Dukes Closes, 15ac., Sir Lyonell Playters of Sotterley, baronet, Dame Elizabeth Playters, his wife, John Playters, Esq. and Lyonell Playters, gent., his eldest and second sons, and Sir Rowland Lytton of Knebworth, Herts., [...] tonight, and Dame Rebecca, his wife, late wife of Thomas Playters, Esq., deceased, by appointment of Sir Lyonell and John Playters, to George Raleigh of Farnborough, Warwickshire, Esq. Covenant to levy fine to George Raleigh and Henry Nours (Nurse) of Lincolns Inn, Esq., and the heirs of George Raleigh.

Copy of indenture of fine  HB26/412/327  1671

Contents:
Concerning manors of Sotterley and Uggeshall with appurtenances, 10 messuages, 5 cottages, 10 gardens, 10 orchards, 40 acres land, 120 acres meadow, 80 acres pasture, 60 acres wood, 20 acres furze and heath, 50 acres fresh marsh, and 140 acres salt marsh, in Sotterley, Uggeshall, Willingham, Henstead, Reydon, Shadingfield, Stoven, Wrentham, Northales or Covehithe and Southcove, and advowsons of Sotterley, and Uggeshall. George Raleigh, Esq., and Henry Nourse, Esq., quer; Lionel Playters, the elder, baronet, and Elizabeth, his wife, John Playters, Esq., Lionel Playters, the younger, gent., and Roland Litton, knight, and Rebecca, his wife, deforc. Three weeks of Trinity 23 Charles II

Covenant  HB26/412/328  28 November 1673

Contents:
To pay rent of ld. p.a. upon two pieces of land, meadow and pasture in Uggeshall, 2 acres and 1 rood, bargained and sold by John Playters of Sotterley, Esq., to John Morse of Wrentham, woollen-draper. John Morse to John Playters.

Copy of assignment of mortgage  HB26/412/329  13 July 1678

Contents:
Of manors, messuages and lands (as in HB26/412/326 except Bumbles Grove in Uggeshall, 2½ acres). George Raleigh of Farnborough, Warwickshire, Esq., executor of George Raleigh of the same, Esq., his father, by appointment of John Playters of Sotterley, Esq., son and heir apparent of Sir Lyonell Playters of Sotterley, baronet, to William Duncombe, Esq., son and heir apparent of Rt. Hon. Sir John Duncombe of Battlesden, Beds., knight.

Copy of assignment of mortgage of manors, messuages and lands (as HB26/412/329)  HB26/412/330  9 February 1681/2

Contents:
William Duncombe, Esq., son and heir apparent of Sir John Duncombe of Battlesden, Beds, knight, by appointment of Sir John Duncombe, and Sir John Playters of Sotterley, baronet, to Sir Thomas Harvey of Bury St. Edmunds, knight, and Gervase Elwes, Esq., son and heir apparent of Sir Gervase Elwes of Stoke by Clare, baronet.

Copy of assignment of mortgage of manors, messuages and lands (as HB26/412/329)  HB26/412/331  20 March 1694/5

Contents:
John Hervey of Bury St. Edmunds, Esq., son, heir and executor of Sir Thomas Hervey, of Bury St. Edmunds, knight, to Isabella Elwes of the same, widow. Confirmation by Sir John Playters of Sotterley, baronet.

Copy of will of Isabella Elwes, widow, of St. Edmund Bury.  HB26/412/332  c 1696

Contents:
£2000 due from Sir John Playters upon a mortgage, given equally to Isabella, and Anney, her daughters, and Hervey and John, her sons. (Personal property only disposed of). 27 May 1696.

Copy of assignment of mortgage of estate (HB26/412/329).  HB26/412/333  4 July 1709

Contents:
John Lord Hervey, Baron of Ickworth, and Robert Renolds of Bury St. Edmunds, Esq., executors of Isabella Elwes, widow, deceased, by appointment of Sir John Playters of Sotterley, baronet, Sir Hervey Elwes of Stoke by Clare, baronet, and John Elwes, Isabella Elwes and Amey Elwes (both of St. James, Middlesex, spinsters) children of Isabella Elwes, widow, deceased, to Nehemiah Osland, citizen and grocer of London.

Copy of assignment of mortgage of estate (HB26/412/329)  HB26/412/334  14 December 1716

Contents:
Nehemiah Osland, citizen and grocer of London, with consent of Sir John Playters of Sotterley, baronet, to Elihu Yale of London, Esq., and John Winyeve of Brettenham, Esq.

Mortgage  HB26/412/335  23 November 1717

Contents:
Lease for 1000 years of all manors, messuages and lands in Sotterley, Reydon or elsewhere in Suffolk, and messuages and lands in Mundham, Sisland and Ludham or elsewhere in Norfolk. Sir John Playters of Sotterley, baronet, to Samuel Bond of Catfield, Norfolk, clerk.

Assignment of leasehold interest  HB26/412/336  20 February 1718

Contents:
By way of mortgage in manor of Uggeshall or Ugghall, the advowson of Uggeshall Church, the capital messuage of the manor, lands called Church pightle, Broome Close, Pound Close, Arrable Close, Newlaid Close, Wood Close, the Pightle, the Wood, Rye Pightle, Hall Meadow, and messuage called Pacyes, with lands called the pightles, the Closes, 15 acres, the Meadows, and Cuppyclose, alias Bulliants Close. Elihu Yale of the city of London, Esq., ad John Wenyeve of Brettenham, Esq., to Robert Buxton of St. Margaret's South Elmham, Esq., in trust for John Rous of Henham Hall, Esq. (Sir John Playters of Sotterley, baronet, a consenting party).

Bargain and sale of estate as HB26/412/329  HB26/412/337  16 August 1718

Contents:
With addition of Little Meadow, 1½ac.) Sir John Playters of Sotterley, baronet, to John Rous of Henham Hall, Esq.

Lease and release of estates HB26/412/329  HB26/412/338  15 16 August 1718

Contents:
With addition also of manor of Northales. Sir John Playters to John Rous.

Bundle marked: "Sir John Rous Bart. to Mr. Robt. Moxon. Deeds to make a tenant to the Preecipe for a Recovery, and the Exemplification of Recovery of all his Estates in Suffolk. Dated 4th 5th Apl. 1749". Numbered 32 and 8.  HB26/412/339-342  [n.d.]

Lease and release  HB26/412/339340  4 5 April 1749

Contents:
Of manors of Henham with Cravens, with Soca Bretton and Brampton with part of Stoven, and Redisham, with Shelfanger, Bulcamp, Sotherton, Uggeshall, Wangford, Reydon, Wrentham Poynings on the part of Atherton and Reydon, Darsham with Yoxford, Abbotts, Austins and Gerrards, Bramfield with Brookhall otherwise Stonhams, Netherhall in Eye, Dennington with the Members, Farmhall, Bedfield, Bruisyard, and Cransford; the advowsons belonging to the same; Henham Hall with the park, etc; messuages etc. in Henham, Uggeshall, Sotherton, Wangford and Shadingfield, with lands and appurtenances in Reydon, Blythburgh, Bulcamp, Blyford, Stoven and Brampton; messuage and farm in Wangford, occupied by John Short; Dennington Hall, occupied by John Edwards, the younger; messuages and farms in Dennington, Tannington, Brundish, and Badingham; messuage and farm in Framlingham, occupied by Robert Moulton; messuage and farm in Eye, occupied by George Person; Darsham Hall, occupied by William Last; messuages and farms in Darsham, Yoxford, Bramfield, Thorington, Hinton and Westleton; lands and tenements in Bramfield; rectories of Darsham, Yoxford, Reydon and Northales or Covehithe; advowsons of Dennington, Bedfield, Uggeshall and Sotherton; rectories of Wangford, Henham, and Southwold; tithes etc. of Wangford, Reydon, Henham, Southwold, Bruisyard and Sutton and advowson of Sutton; site of monastery of St. Mary, Bruisyard; Bruisyard Hall with appurtenances, 27 acres; Church Close, 36 acres; Lay close with New Lay, 22 acres; Tile Kiln Close with Woolseys Pightle, 15 acres; piece of ground called Cold Abell, 16¾ acres; land called Fryers Brook, 12 acres; Clarks Close, 13 acres; Sowbers Close, 14 acres; The Warren, 16 acres; land called Long Pipers, Pipers, Pipers Pightle, 16 acres; land called Gosses, 38 acres; Harrow Hatch, 18 acres; North Riseings with acre of meadow, 17½ acres; all in Bruisyard. Lands in Cransford; messuage in Bruisyard, occupied by Edward Moulton; messuages and lands in the same, occupied by Thomas Bisshop, Samuel Pierce and Samuel Myhill; and all other lands, manors, etc. of Sir John Rous in Henham, Reydon, Sotherton, Wangford, Uggeshall, Stoven, Shadingfield, Brampton, Dennington, Brundish, Badingham, Tannington, Eye, Framlingham, Blythburgh, Bulcamp, Blyford, Hinton, Yoxford, Darsham, Westleton, Bramfield, Bedfield, Thorington, Worlingworth, North Cove, Cranley (in Eye), Bruisyard, Cransford, Rendhan, Sweffling, Butley, Ash, Barham, Peasenhall, Wickham, Easton and Sutton. Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet, to Robert Moxon of Grays Inn, Middlesex, gentleman, in order that he may suffer a common recovery by John Granger of Halesworth, gentleman, to the use of Sir John Rous.

Bargain and sale of estate (as in HB26/412/339 340)  HB26/412/341  5 April 1749

Contents:
Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet, to Robert Moxon of Grays Inn, gentleman, in order that he may suffer a common recovery by John Granger of Halesworth, gentleman, to the use of Sir John Rous.

Exemplification of common recovery of manors of Henham with Cravens etc.  HB26/412/342  1749

Great seal, partly defaced.

Contents:
(As in HB26/412/339 340), forty messuages, one dove-house, 50 gardens, 2500 acres land, 600 acres meadow, 2500 acres pasture, 350 acres wood, 100 acres furzo and heath, 100 acres moor, 500 acres fresh marsh, 200 acres salt marsh, 50 acres alder, common of pasture etc. in Henham, etc. (as in HB26/412/339 340), rectories of Darsham, Yoxford, Reydon, Northales or Cove-hithe, Dennington, Bedfield, Uggeshall, Sotherton, Wangford, Henham, Southwold and Bruisyard; tithes of Wangford, Reydon, Henham, Southwold and Bruisyard, advowsons of Darsham, Yoxford, Reydon and Sutton. John Granger, pet; Robert Moxon, gent., deforc. Sir John Rous ad Edmund Wilson, vouchees. Easter term, 22 George II (1749).

Bundle marked: "Sir Robt. Rous Bart. to Mr. Robt. Moxon. Deeds to make a tenant to the Praecipe for a Recovery, and the Exemplification of such Recovery, of the Manors of Bruisyard and Cransford, the advowson of Sutton, the Rectory of Craneford, the advowson of Sutton [...], the Rectory of Bruisyard and estates there, etc. Dated 7th 8th May 1731." Numbered 34 6.  HB26/412/343-345  [n.d.]

Lease and release  HB26/412/343 344  7 8 May 1731

Contents:
Of site of monastery of St. Mary, Bruisyard, manors of Bruisyard, and Cransford, Bruisyard Hall, occupied by Richard Brown, 27 acres, rectories and tithes of Bruisyard and Sutton, and advowson of Sutton, various pieces of land in Bruisyard (as named and described in HB26/412/339 340), lands in Cransford, messuages and lands in Bruisyard (as in HB26/412/339 340), and lands, manors etc. of Dame Ann Rous and Sir Robert Rous, in Bruisyard, Cransford, Badingham, Butley, Ash, Barham, Sweffling, Rendham, Peasenhall, Wickham and Sutton. Dame Ann Rous of Ipswich, widow of Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet, and Sir Robert Rous of Henham, baronet, her eldest son, to Robert Moxon of Barnard's Inn, London, gentleman, in order that he may suffer a common recovery by Peter Pullyn of Halesworth, gentleman, to the use of Dame Ann Rous for 99 years or her life, and then to Sir Robert Rous. The term of 99 years to be suspended as long as Sir Robert Rous pays his mother an annuity of £400.

Exemplification of common recovery  HB26/412/345  1731

Great seal missing.

Contents:
Of manors of Darsham with Yoxford, Bramfield with Brookhall alias Stonhams, Netherhall in Eye, Abbots, Austins and Gerrards, Henham with Cravens, with liberty of Soca Britton, Wangford, Bulcamp, Sotherton, Dennington with members, Bedfield Farmhall, Uggeshall, Reydon with Wrentham Poinings on the part of Atherton and Reydon, Bruisyard and Cransford, 33 messuages, a dovecote, 50 gardens, 2460 acres land, 560 acres meadow, 2450 acres pasture, 330 acres wood, 900 acres furze and heath, 40 acres moor, 450 fresh marsh, 60 acres salt marsh, 45 acres alder, common of pasture, etc. in Henham, Reydon, Sotherton, Wangford, Stoven, Shadingfield, Brampton, Dennington, Brundish, Bruisyard, Cransford, Rendham, Barham, Butley, Ash, Peasenhall, Sutton, Sweffling, Badingham, Eye, Cranley, Framlingham, Blyford, Blythburgh, Bulcamp, Hinton, Yoxford, Westleton, Bramfield, Thorington, Bedfield, Worlingham, and North Cove. Rectories of Dennington, Bedfield, Uggeshall, Sotherton, Barsham, Yoxford, Reydon, Sutton, Wangford, Henham, and Bruisyard, and advowson of Darsham, Yoxford, Reydon and Sutton. Tithes of Wangford, Henham, Bruisyard and Southwold. Peter Pullyn, pet; Robert Moxon, gent., deforc. Robert Rous and James Morland, vouchees. Easter Term, 4 George II (1731).

Bundle marked (in pencil): "Sir John Rous. Marriage settlement." Numbered 35 (formerly 9).  [no ref. or date]

Settlement, upon marriage  HB26/412/346  23 May 1749

Contents:
Between Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet, and Judith Bedingfield of Beeston, spinster, only daughter of John Bedingfield of the same, Esq. Release of manors of Henham cum Cravens, Sotherton, Wangford, Reydon, Reydon Wingfields, Wrentham Poynings on the part of Atherton and Reydon, and Bedfield, site of Monastery of St. Mary, Bruisyard, rectories and tithes of Reydon and Wangford, Henham Hall with lands and appurtenances, Tuttys Wood in Henham, Reydon Wood in Reydon and Wangford, Blomfield Wood in Wangford and Frostenden, Brusyard Wood in Bruisyard, Shaddingfield Wood, messuages and farms in Henham, occupied by Anthony Fiske, William Boyce and Francis Scott, messuage and farm in Bulcamp, occupied by Robert May, Brusyard Hall Farm in Bruisyard, occupied by Nicholas Rowe, messuages and farms in Bruisyard occupied by Edward Moulton, Samuel Pierce, Thomas Bishop and Samuel Myhill, messuage and farm in Wangford, occupied by John Short, Rankins Marshes in Henham and Wangford, occupied by William Lenney, three pieces of land in Wangford, late of John Short. Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet, to William Drake of Shardeloes, Agmondesham, Bucks., Esq., John Affleck of Dalham, Esq., Thomas Bramston of Skreens, Essex, Esq., and John Davis of Watlington, Norfolk, Esq., to the use of Sir John Rous for life, and then on trust to pay annuity of £600 to Judith Bedingfield, with provision for reduction of the annuity to £400 in certain circumstances, during the lives of Judith, and Judith, her mother, and to £300 upon the deaths of John and Judith Bedingfield, parents of the said Judith, and then, after the death of Sir John Rous, to the use of Charles Allicocke of Loddington, Northants, Esq., Robert Buxton of St. Margaret's South Elmham, clerk, Francis Herne of Harrow on the Hill, Middlesex, Esq., and Stephen Gardiner of Norwich, Esq. for 1000 years to the use of children of Sir John Rous and the said Judith in order.

Bundle marked: "Henry Peyton, Esqr. Lady to Sir Jno. Rous Bart. Release for her fortune under the settlement and will of Sr. Jno. Rous Bart. deceased. Dated 5th Decr. 1771. And also Release from Mr. Mrs. Burch for her Fortune." Numbered 38 (formerly 11).  HB26/412/347-348  [n.d.]

Discharge and release  HB26/412/347  5 December 1771

Contents:
From payment of sum of £3000, and sums of £2000, due to Frances Peyton, daughter of the late Sir John Rous and Judith, his wife, and wife of Henry Peyton of Emneth, Norfolk, Esq., under the wills of her father and of Elizabeth Berney, and under a marriage settlement made by her father.
Henry Peyton and Frances, his wife, to Sir John Rous, the son, and Dame Judith Rous. General quitclaim of actions.

Discharge and release  HB26/412/348  8 February 1792

Contents:
From payment of sums of £2000 and £3000, due to Louisa Judith Birch, daughter of the late Sir John Rous and Judith, his wife, and wife of John Brereton Birch of Dean Street, St. Anne's, Soho, Middlesex, Esq. under the will of her father and a marriage settlement made by him. John Brereton Birch and Louisa Judith, his wife, and Philip Bowes Broke of Nacton, Esq., Richard Gamon of George St, Hanover Square, Middlesex, Esq., William Currie of East Horsley, Surrey, Esq. and Charles Drummond of Parliament Street, Middlesex, Esq. (trustees for John Brereton Birch and his wife) to Sir John Rous, the son, General quitclaim of actions.

Bundle marked: "Deed to declare uses of a fine levied by Sir Jno. Rous Bart. of Settled Estates to Charles Long, Esqr. as his Trustee. Dated 6th Decr. 1783 - with indentures of fine." Numbered 40 13.  HB26/412/349-350  [n.d.]

Deed to lead uses of a fine  HB26/412/349  [n.d.]

Contents:
To be levied upon manors and lands (as in HB26/412/346) by Sir John Rous of Darsham Hall, baronet, son and heir of Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet, to Charles Long of Saxmundham, Esq. to the use of Sir John Rous. 6 December 1783. (The indentures of fine (412/350) bear a date earlier than this deed).

Two indentures of fine  HB26/412/350  [n.d.]

Contents:
Concerning manors of Henham cum Cravens, Sotherton, Wangford, Reydon, Reydon Wingfields, Wrentham Poynings on the part of Atherton and Reydon, Bedfield and Bruisyard, site of the monastery of St. Mary Bruisyard, Henham Park, 15 messuages, 6 cottages, 2 dovehouses, 20 barns, 20 stables, 15 gardens, 15 orchards, 1800 acres land, 450 acres meadow, 650 acres pasture, 200 acres wood, 100 acres furze and heath, 170 acres fresh marsh, 200 acres salt marsh, etc. in Henham, Bulcamp, Blythburgh, Wangford, Reydon, Frostenden, Uggeshall, Sotherton, Shadingfield, Stoven, Brampton, Bruisyard, Sweffling, Rendham, Cransford and Badingham, rectories and tithes of Wangford and Reydon. Charles Long, Esq., pet; Sir John Rous, bart., deforc. 15 days of St. Martin, 24 George III (1783).

Bundle marked: "Settlement on Sir John Rous" marriage with Miss Whittaker". Numbered 41.  HB26/412/351-352  [n.d.]

Settlement upon marriage  HB26/412/351 352  21 22 February 1792

18 membranes and covering sheet.

Contents:
Between Sir John Rous of Darsham Hall, baronet, and Charlotte Maria Whittaker of Manchester Square, St. Marylebone, spinster. Lease and release of manors of Henham with Cravens, Sotherton, Uggeshall, Wangford, Reydon, Reydon Wingfields, Wrentham Poynings on the part of Atherton and Reydon, Bulcamp, Darsham with Yoxford, Abbots, Austins Gerrards, Bramfield with Brookhall otherwise Stonhams, Netherhall in Eye, Bedfield, Bruisyard, Dennington with the members, and Farmhall; site of monastery of St. Mary Bruisyard; advowsons of Reydon with Southwold, Darsham and Yoxford; rectories and tithes of Wangfoed with Henham, Reydon, Darsham, Yoxford, and Bruisyard; Henham Hall with appurtenances, with a cottage, late a malting office, cottage in Henham with Wood Paddock, 3½ acres; pieces of meadow or pasture called Hogs Park, Stone Horse Meadow, Great Wood Close, in Henham, 47½ acres; Bulcamp Marshes, 30 acres, in Bulcamp; Henham Park in Henham; farm in Henham and Uggeshall occupied by Richard Knights; Tuttys Wood in Henham, 30 acres; wood called the Clamps in Henham, 20 acres; Blomfield Wood in Wangford, 80 acres; Brampton Wood in Brampton, 50 acres; cottages and appurtenances in Henham, occupied by -- Lincoln and Thomas Fenn; messuage and farm in Henham and Sotherton, occupied by Lionel Cottingham; messuage and farm in Henham and Bulcamp, 230 acres, occupied by Samuel Fuller; messuage and farm in Bulcamp, 520 acres, occupied by Richard Knights; pieces of land, meadow or pasture in Bulcamp, 36 acres, in occupation of the Guardians of the Poor of Blything Hundred; messuages and farms, 96 acres, occupied by Steffe Crispe; 100 acres, occupied by John Blomfield; and 150 acres occupied by Hill Bardwell, all in Wangford; school house in Wangford, occupied by Henry Newson; messuage and farm in Reydon, 130 acres, occupied by Robert Barfoot; messuage and farm in Sotherton, Henham and Holton, 78 acres, occupied by John Gooch; cottage in Sotherton, with appurtenances, occupied by Mary How, widow; messuage and farm in Uggeshall, occupied by William Bardwell; messuage and farm in Shadingfield and Brampton occupied by John Julians; messuage and farm in Bulcamp, 248 ac. 3r. 17p., occupied by William Dodd; messuage and farm, Adam's Farm, in Bulcamp, occupied by William Dodd; messuage and farm in Holton, 80 acres, occupied by Peter Jermyn; Darsham Hall with appurtenances, 185 acres; messuage and farm in Darsham and Yoxford, 250 acres, occupied by Alexander Woods; messuages and farms 115 acres, occupied by Francis Sawing, 13 acres, occupied by John Foulsham, 30 acres, occupied by William Scarff; and meadow or pasture occupied by John Clayton, all in Darsham; messuage and farm in Darsham, Thorington and Bramfield, 155 acres, occupied by Rachel Stagol, widow; Beach Lane Wood in Thorington, 5 acres; Bruisyard Hall Farm, occupied by Thomas Newson, with appurtenances, in Bruisyard, Rendham, Sweffling and Cransford; Bruisyard Wood and Hernsey Wood, 140 acres, in Bruisyard; messuage and farm in Bruisyard, 165 acres, occupied by Row Pierce; messuage and farm in Bruisyard and Badingham, 94 acres, occupied by John Kemp; messuage and farm in Bruisyard, 76 acres, occupied by Richard Mills; Dennington Hall Farm, occupied by John Edwards; messuage and farm in Dennington and Brundish, occupied by Sarah Aldrich; Farmhall Farm in Dennington, occupied by James Clamp; messuage and farm in Dennington, occupied by -- Barnes, widow; Castle Field Wood in Dennington, 15 acres; three fifths of messuage and farm in Sotherton, Henham and Uggeshall, 146 acres, occupied by John Gooch the younger; public house, "The Cross Bow" in Sotherton, occupied by Robert Reeve; and lands in Henham, Sotherton, Bulcamp, Wangford, Reydon, Uggeshall, Frostenden, Holton, Shadingfield, Brampton, Darsham, Yoxford, Thorington, Bramfield, Bruisyard, Rendham, Sweffling, Cransford, Badingham, Dennington, Brundish and Tannington (except certain copyhold land in Reydon Wingfields and advowsons of Bedfield and Sutton and certain land in Bramfield).
Sir John Rous to Philip Bowes Broke of Nacton, Esq., and James Hamlyn the younger of Wimpole Street, St. Marylebone, Esq., subject to annuity of £1250 to Dame Judith Rous, now the wife of Rev. Edward Lockwood, and to raising of £10,000 as portion for Frances Ann Juliana Rous, infant daughter of Sir John Rous by Frances Juliana Warter, his first wife, deceased, upon trust for Sir John Rous for life, and then on trust to pay annuity of £1500 to Charlotte Maria Whittaker, and to the use of Abraham Whittaker of Hennor, Herefordshire, Esq. and Charles Drummond of Parliament Street, St. Margaret's Westminster, Esq. for 1000 years upon trust for the children of the marriage in order.
Release

Bundle marked: "Miss Wilson's Settlements of her estates in Ireland upon her marriage with Sir Jno. Rous Bart. 2 parts. Dated 23rd 24th January 1788". Numbered 42 (formerly 15).  HB26/412/353-354  [n.d.]

Settlement upon marriage  HB26/412/353 354  23 24 January 1788

Contents:
Between Sir John Rous of Darsham Hall, baronet, and Frances Juliana Warter Wilson of the Grove, Yoxford, spinster, only daughter and heiress of Edward Wilson, late of Bilboa, Limerick, Ireland, Esq., by the Hon. Frances Ann Wans (daughter of Rt. Hon. George Lord Baron of Carbery, Ireland, deceased). Lease and release of capital messuage, Bilboa, in Limerick, Ireland, with appurtenances, woods, etc; lands of Bilboa in Limerick, 2196 ac. 2r. 36p. (Irish measure); lands of Bilboa in Tipperary 6645 acres 3r. 4p. (Irish measure); messuages and lands in St. Mary and St. John in the City of Limerick; lands called Garryheakin, Hill of Cullen and Crosteys in Limerick and Tipperary. Frances Juliana Warter Wilson of George Golding of Thorington Hall, Esq., and John Sheppard Frere of Roydon, Norfolk, Esq., in trust for Sir John Rous, subject to annuity of £500, crown rents, and a fee farm rent.

Marked: "The Lord Rous to Lady Caroline Damer. Irish Estates" Numbered 46 (formerly 19)  [no ref. or date]

Settlement in prevention of further litigation.  HB26/412/355  13 September 1800

Contents:
Release of castle, town and lands of Cullen, Ballybrenoge, Ballynesallagh, Ballynalta, Castlelaghney, Farrenamallaghe, Clohar, Ballyhenry, Ballyheakin otherwise Garryheakin, Stanges, Ballyfereene, Raghard and Killegonene, formerly the estate of Edward Warter Wilson, and then of his daughter Lady Frances Juliana Rous. George Golding of Thorington Hall, Esq., and John Frere of Roydon, Norfolk, Esq. (trustees under marriage settlement - HB26/412/353 and 354), by direction of John Lord Rous, Baron Rous of Henham Hall, administrator of Frances Juliana, his late wife, to Rt. Hon. Caroline Lady Damer, only daughter of Rt. Hon. Joseph, Earl of Dorchester, deceased, who was nephew of John Damer, Esq., who was mortgagee of the said estates, by a deed of 1725.

Bundle marked: "Writings and Title Deeds of an Estate in Shaddingfield, purchased by Sir John Rous, Bart. in 1749" Numbered 47 (formerly 20).  HB26/412/356-362  [n.d.]

Two indentures of mortgage.  HB26/412/356 357  1710

Contents:
Lease for 1000 years of messuage called Piggotts in Shadingfield and Stoven, with appurtenances, Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet, to Nathaniel Acton of Bramford, gentleman, as security for payment of £1050, being the portion of Mary Rous, one of daughters of Sir John Rous on her marriage to Nathaniel Acton. 20 November 1710.
(These two indentures are each signed by the mortgagor, and bear endorsements of receipts of money under the agreement.
One is endorsed "R.N.2").

Valuation of all the timber on Sir John Rous' farm in Shadingfield.  HB26/412/358  6 September 1720

Mortgage  HB26/412/359  11 September 1725

Contents:
To secure payment of £500, part of portion of Ann Rous, youngest daughter of Sir John Rous, upon her marriage to William Turner of St. Mary le Bow, London, apothecary. Release of messuage in Shadingfield, occupied by James Howes. Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet, to John Rous of Henham, Esq. and Richard Turner of Old Land in Reymer, Sussex, gentleman, to their own use after the said marriage, as security for payment of £500 by Sir John Rous to them upon trusts already declared.

Lease and release  HB26/412/360  4 April 1749

Contents:
Of messuage in Shadingfield (as above).
Richard Turner of Old Land, Reymer, Sussex, gentleman, eldest son and heir of Richard Turner of the same, deceased, by direction of Charles Dungate of Fletching, Sussex, apothecary, executor and devisee of William Turner, citizen and apothecary of London, to Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet, only son and heir of Sir Robert Rous of Henham, baronet, deceased, in discharge of mortgage.

Extract from award by enclosure  HB26/412/361  12 November 1805

Contents:
Commissioners: Shadingfield. Lands awarded to Rt. Hon. John Lord Rous in Shadingfield Common. Piece of land, 7ac. 2r. 11p. between private road and public road and lands of Miles Barne.

Extract from the HB26/412/361 award, setting out public and private roads upon Shadingfield Common.  HB26/412/362  12 November 1805

Bundle marked: "Writings and Title Deeds of an Estate in Bulcamp late Adams". Numbered 48 (and 21).  HB26/412/363-402  [n.d.]

Bond  HB26/412/363  10 June 1670

Contents:
To pay money owed under a mortgage now assigned by Anne Fawether, widow, to William Cary of Halesworth, gentleman, upon messuage called Lockes with appurtenances (40 acres) in Bulcamp, and messuage and two closes of land and pasture called Pynnes with appurtenances, 16 acres, in the same. Miles Gardner of Bulcamp, yeoman, mortgagor, to William Cary.

Quitclaim  HB26/412/364  20 April 1677

Contents:
Of interest and right of redemption in messuages and land (as above) and in piece of land or marsh (formerly Frosts) called Bulcampe Fenn, 4 acres, in Bulcamp. Miles Gardiner of Bulcamp, yeoman, to William Cary of Halesworth, gentleman.

Assignment of mortgage  HB26/412/365  26 August 1698

Contents:
On messuages and lands (as in HB26/412/364).
Thomas Cary of Bungay, gentleman, executor of William Cary of Halesworth, gentleman, to Elizabeth Borrett of Stradbroke, widow, the right of redemption belonging to Thomas Cary (by virtue of the quitclaim above, although it is not recited.)

Lease and release  HB26/412/366  17 18 November 1701

Contents:
Of messuages and lands (as in HB26/412/364) (the messuage Pynnes lying to the north of the common way from Halesworth to Southwold; and Bulcamp Fen, adjoining Rood Fen, Abbey Fen, Bulcamp Park and marsh called Cowleazards) and Rood Marsh in Bulcamp, 4 acres, and pasture, one acre, being copyhold of manor of Blythburgh, late Priory. Thomas Cary of Bungay, gentleman, nephew and heir of William Cary of Halesworth, gent., to Thomas Lakers of Denton, Norfolk, yeoman.

Lease and release  HB26/412/367  28 29 September 1726

Contents:
Of messuages and land (as in HB26/412/366). Thomas Lakers of Denton, Norfolk, yeoman, to James King of Ditchingham, Norfolk, gentleman.

Copies of lease and release  HB26/412/368  4 5 Dec. 1733

Contents:
Of messuage and farm in Bulcamp, occupied by Elizabeth Baldry and John Baldry; messuage in Beccles and Ingate called by sign of King's Arms with house thereto adjoining. John King of Thetford, Norfolk, gent., and James King of Ditchingham, gent., to Rebecca King of Bungay, spinster.

Deed to lead uses of a fine  HB26/412/369  3 February 1735

Contents:
To be levied by way of mortgage upon messuage and lands (as in HB26/412/368) by Roger Thompson of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, hosier, and Rebecca, his wife, to John Scales of Beccles, grocer, to his use for 1000 years.

Extract from will of Everard Woods of Westleton, gentleman.  HB26/412/370  19 December 1740

Contents:
Common Inn called the White Hart in Blythburgh with appurtenances, to John Woods, his son, or if he die before age of 21 without issue, to Everard Woods, son of the testator.

Lease and release  HB26/412/371  11 12 October 1751

Contents:
Of messuage and farm in Bulcamp (as in HB26/412/368) Roger Thompson of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, hosier, to Thomas Adams of Barsham, yeoman.

Assignment of leasehold interests  HB26/412/372  12 October 1751

Contents:
By way of mortgage in messuage and farm in Bulcamp (as in HB26/412/368). Thomas Jermany of Pakefield, late master and mariner, mortgagee, by appointment of Roger Thompson of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, hosier, and Thomas Adams of Barsham, yeoman, to Thomas Moor of Beccles, schoolmaster, in trust for Thomas Adams, to wait upon the freehold inheritance.

Copy of court roll  HB26/412/373  c 1751

Contents:
Blythburgh late Priory. Admission to Rood Marsh in Bulcamp, 4 acres, and parcel of pasture, one acre, of Thomas Adams of Barsham, yeoman, on the surrender by James King of Ellough, gentleman. 27 December 1751.

Mortgage  HB26/412/374  28 February 1753

Contents:
Lease for 1000 years of messuage and farm in Bulcamp (as in HB26/412/368). Thomas Adams of Barsham, yeoman, to Thomas Jermany of Pakefield, late master mariner.

Bond  HB26/412/375  28 February 1753

Contents:
To pay money owed. Thomas Adams to Thomas Jermany.

Additional mortgage  HB26/412/376  6 February 1754

Contents:
Of the property HB26/412/374 for a further sum lent. Thomas Adams of Barsham, yeoman, to Thomas Jermany of Pakefield, late master mariner.

Bond to pay money owed  HB26/412/377  6 February 1754

Contents:
Thomas Adams to Thomas Jermany.

Additional mortgage  HB26/412/378  6 April 1756

Contents:
Of the property HB26/412/374 for a further sum lent. Thomas Adams of Barsham, yeoman, to Thomas Jermany of Pakefield, late master-mariner. 1 January 1755.
On dorse: Note of mortgage of copyhold lands in Blythburgh late priory.

Copy of conditional surrender  HB26/412/379  c 1756

Contents:
Manor of Blythburgh late Priory: of messuages and lands by Thomas Adams of Barsham, yeoman, to the use of Thomas Jermany of Pakefield, late master-mariner. 6 April 1756.

Bond to pay money owed and to guarantee title  HB26/412/380  6 April 1756

Contents:
Thomas Adams to Thomas Jermany.

Mortgage  HB26/412/381  20 21 September 1756

Contents:
Lease and release of messuage and land in Bulcamp (as in HB26/412/368) and of cottage with appurtenances in Barsham, occupied by John Richardson. Thomas Adams of Barsham, yeoman, to William Cooper the younger of Kessingland, yeoman.

Bond to pay money owed  HB26/412/382  21 September 1756

Contents:
Thomas Adams to William Cooper, farmer.

Lease and release  HB26/412/383  1 2 July 1757

Contents:
Of messuage and farm in Bulcamp (as in HB26/412/368) Thomas Adams the elder of Barsham, yeoman, to Thomas Adams the younger of Bulcamp, his eldest son, the principal sum due to Thomas Jermany under three mortgages being paid by Thomas Adams the younger.

Abstract of title of John Woods  HB26/412/384  c [...] 175

Contents:
Son of Everard Woods of Westleton, gentleman, deceased, to copyhold marsh, parcel of the tenement Bridges, 6 acres, and two marshes, called Feather Check, 20½ acres, copyhold land in the manor of Blythburgh with Walberswick. 1690 - 1757.

Agreement for sale  HB26/412/385  18 February 1762

Contents:
Of marsh lands with wall and appurtenances in Blythburgh, adjoining highway there called Blythburgh Dam. John Woods of Halesworth, gentleman, to Thomas Adams of Blythburgh, farmer.

Copy of court roll  HB26/412/386  c 1762

Contents:
Blythburgh with Walberswick. Admission of Thomas Adams of Bulcamp, farmer, to two marshes, called Feather Check, 20½ acres, in Bulcamp, on surrender by John Woods, gentleman. 5 April 1762.

Receipt for £5.5.0  HB26/412/387  5 April 1762

Contents:
Being fine for admission to the above land. John Ingham, steward, to Thomas Adams.

Bond  HB26/412/388  5 April 1762

Contents:
To guarantee title to land conditionally surrendered. Thomas Adams to Elizabeth Stinnet of Beccles, widow.

Lease and release  HB26/412/389  30 31 August 1763

Contents:
Of messuages and lands in Bulcamp and Barsham (as in HB26/412/381). William Cooper of Kessingland, yeoman, and Thomas Adams, late of Barsham, yeoman, to Thomas Adams the younger of Bulcamp, yeoman, upon condition that he pay to William Cooper the money owed to him by a mortgage (see HB26/412/381).

Letter from --- Crowfoot of Yoxford  HB26/412/390  13 November 1764

Contents:
To John Granger of Halesworth, attorney at law, giving abstract of title of Thomas Adams to copyhold land in the manor of Blythburgh late Priory (as in HB26/412/373) and copyhold land in the manor or Blythburgh with Walberswick (as in HB26/412/386).

Letter from John Matthews of Grays Inn  HB26/412/391  15 November 1764

Contents:
To John Granger, attorney, of Halesworth, concerning search for a fine concerning property in Bulcamp and Beccles levied by Thompson and others to Scales in Trinity Term, 1736.

Assignment of leasehold interest  HB26/412/392  22 November 1764

Contents:
By way of mortgage in messuages and lands (as in HB26/412/374 379). Thomas Machin of Pakefield, surgeon, surviving executor of Thomas Jermany of Pakefield, master-mariner, by appointment of Thomas Adams the elder of Barsham, yeoman, and Thomas Adams, the younger, of Bulcamp, yeoman, his eldest son, to Richard Dresser of Blyford, gentleman, in trust for Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet, to wait upon the freehold inheritance.

Copy of absolute surrender  HB26/412/393  c 1764

Contents:
Manor of Blythburgh late Priory, of copyhold lands and tenements. Thomas Adams of Barsham, yeoman, and Elizabeth, his wife, to the use of Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet. 22 November 1764.

Copy of absolute surrender  HB26/412/394  c 1764

Contents:
Manor of Blythburgh with Walberswick, of copyhold messuages and lands; Thomas Adams of Bulcamp, yeoman, and Elizabeth, his wife, to the use of Sir John Rous. 22 November 1764.

Two indentures of fine  HB26/412/395  (1764)

Contents:
Concerning a messuage, 30 acres land, 10 acres meadow, 20 acres pasture and 10 acres marsh in Bulcamp. Sir John Rous, baronet, pet; Thomas Adams the elder, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Thomas Adams the younger and Elizabeth, his wife, deforc. Fifteen days of St. Martin, 5 George III

Lease and release  HB26/412/396  28 29 November 1764


Related information: (See HB26/412/381, 389 and 395)

Contents:
Of messuage in Bulcamp with appurtenances (as in HB26/412/368). William Cooper of Kessingland, yeoman, at request of Thomas Adams, the younger, of Bulcamp, yeoman, to Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet. Covenant that Thomas Adams the father and son and their wives will levy a fine to the same.

Bond to perform conditions of agreement  HB26/412/397  1764

Contents:
Thomas Adams the younger of Bulcamp to Sir John Rous.

Warrant of satisfaction  HB26/412/398  29 November 1764

Contents:
Manor of Blythburgh late Priory concerning conditional surrender made by Thomas Adams, the elder. Thomas Machin of Pakefield, surgeon, surviving executor of Thomas Jermany of Pakefield, mariner, to Thomas Adams the younger of Bulcamp, yeoman.

Copy of warrant of satisfaction  HB26/412/399  c 1764

Contents:
Manor of Blythburgh with Walberswick, by Elizabeth Stinnett of Beccles, widow, concerning conditional surrender made by Thomas Adams of Bulcamp, yeoman. 1 December 1764.

Copy of court roll  HB26/412/400  c 1764

Contents:
Blythburgh late Priory. Admission to Rood Marsh, 4 acres, and parcell of pasture, one acre (as in HB26/412/373) of Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet, on surrender by Thomas Adams of Barsham, yeoman, and Elizabeth, his wife. 27 December 1764.

Account and receipt  HB26/412/401  27 Dec. 1764

Contents:
For legal expenses of admission of Sir John Rous to copyhold land in Blythburgh late Priory and Blythburgh with Walberswick.

Receipts for fines  HB26/412/402  27 Dec. 1764

Contents:
For the admissions HB26/412/401

Bundle marked: "Reydon". Numbered 49.  HB26/412/403-430  [n.d.]

Copy of mortgage  HB26/412/403  c 1703

Contents:
Conditional surrender, manor of Reydon, of lands and tenements in Wangford and Reydon. Siriach Brame and Mary his wife, and Robert Swann and Sarah, his wife, to the use of Oliver Deave. 14 November 1694.
Endorsed:- Acknowledgement of satisfaction by Laurence Deave of Reydon, administrator of Oliver Deave, deceased. 22 July 1703.

Copy of mortgage  HB26/412/404  c 1705

Contents:
Conditional surrender, manor of Reydon, of lands and tenements. Siriack Brame and Mary his wife, and Thomas Godbould and Sarah, his wife, to the use of Lambert Nelson of Bramfield, gentleman. 22 July 1703.
Endorsed: Acknowledgement of satisfaction by Lambert Nelson. 23 July 1705.

Copy of court roll  HB26/412/405  c 1704/5

Contents:
Reydon. Admission to moiety of a tenement, and various pieces of land, meadow and pasture lying on west of royal way leading to Wolsey Bridge, and adjoining the same common way from Wangford to Southwold to the south, 30 acres; and a moiety of a close, late Harmans with various pieces of land or marsh, and certain parcels of heath, called les Heathdooles, a close called Stampards, 4 acres, parcel of land, 3 acres, and another close, 7 acres, adjoining the same way; of James Brame, eldest brother of Siriac Brame, on the death of the latter. 6 January 1704/5.

Copy of court roll  HB26/412/406  c 1705

Contents:
Reydon. Admission to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/405) of Thomas Godbold, of Reydon, yeoman, on the surrender by James Brame and Eunice, his wife. 6 April 1705.

Copy of court roll  HB26/412/407  c 1706

Contents:
Reydon. Admission to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/405) of Nathaniel Downing of Wrentham, yeoman, by virtue of conditional surrender made to his use by Thomas Godbold and Sara, his wife. 18 September 1706.

Copy of court roll  HB26/412/408  c 1716

Contents:
Reydon. Admission to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/405) of Benjamin Downing, in accordance with will of Nathaniel Downing, his father. 30 October 1716.

Copy of court roll  HB26/412/409  c 1716

Contents:
Reydon. Admission to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/405) (the other moiety) of Joseph Downing in accordance with will of Nathaniel Downing, his father. 30 October 1716.

Copy of court roll  HB26/412/410  c 1702

Contents:
Reydon. Admission to land and tenements (as in HB26/412/405) of Nathaniel Downing, eldest son of Benjamin Downing, on the death of the latter. 11 May 1720.

Copy of quitclaim  HB26/412/411  c 1721

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, of the whole of lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/405). Henry Cook and Sarah, his wife, and Ann Gorbold, daughters and coheirs of Thomas Gorbold, to Joseph Downing of Brampton, yeoman, and Nathaniel Downing of Benacre, yeoman. 31 October 1721.

Memorandum of agreement  HB26/412/412  24 May 1723

Contents:
Concerning ownership of piece of salt marsh, 2 acres, in Wangford. Quitclaim: Hannah Brown of Raydon widow, to Joseph Downing of Brampton.

Bond to guarantee title  HB26/412/413  10 October 1727

Contents:
To copyhold lands and tenements in the manor of Reydon, surrendered by Nathaniel Downing of Gisleham, gentleman, to the use of Joseph Downing of Brampton, gentleman.

Copy of absolute surrender  HB26/412/414  c 1727

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, of copyhold lands and tenements. Nathaniel Downing to the use of Joseph Downing. 17 October 1727.

Copy of court roll  HB26/412/415  c 1728

Contents:
Reydon. Admission of Joseph Downing to moiety of lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/405) on surrender by Nathaniel Downing. 6 May 1728.

Bond to pay money owed  HB26/412/416  11 January 1733

Contents:
Upon mortgage of copyhold land in the manor of Reydon. Joseph Downing of Heveningham, gentleman, to Nathaniel Copping of Bramfield, yeoman.

Lease and release  HB26/412/417  6 7 October 1740

Contents:
Of messuage in Reydon, occupied by William Mawfrey, with appurtenances, and other lands and tenements in Reydon and Wangford, freehold and copyhold. Joseph Downing of Heveningham, yeoman, to Robert Baggott of Reydon, gardener.

Copy of absolute surrender  HB26/412/418  c 1740

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, of lands and tenements. Joseph Downing of Haveningham, yeoman, and Sarah, his wife, to the use of Robert Baggott of Reydon, gardener. 7 October 1740.

Bond to guarantee title  HB26/412/419  7 October 1740

Contents:
To the above copyhold lands and messuages. Joseph Downing to Robert Baggott.

Copy of court roll  HB26/412/420  c 1740

Contents:
Reydon. Admission of Robert Baggott of Raydon, gardener, to moiety of lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/405), surrendered by Joseph Downing and Sarah, his wife. 6 November 1740.

Copy of court roll  HB26/412/421  c 1751

Contents:
Reydon. Admission of Ann Baggott, spinster, a sister and coheir of Robert Baggott, deceased, to a fifth part of the lands and messuage (as at HB26/412/405). 22 June 1751.

Admission of Jane Baggott  HB26/412/422  22 June 1751

Contents:
Spinster, sister and coheir of Robert Baggott, to a similar fifth part.

Admission of Elizabeth Freeman  HB26/412/423  22 June 1751

Contents:
Wife of Richard Freeman, sister and coheir of Robert Baggott to a similar fifth part.

Admission of Sarah Spencer  HB26/412/424  22 June 1751

Contents:
Wife of John Spencer, sister and co-heir of Robert Baggott to a similar fifth part.

Admission of Susan Bridges  HB26/412/425  22 June 1751

Contents:
Widow, sister and coheir of Robert Baggott, to a similar fifth part.

Covenant to surrender land bargained and sold  HB26/412/426  3 September 1751

Contents:
John Spencer, Richard Freeman, John Crane and Richard Freeman on behalf of Ann Baggot and Susanna Bridges to William Laney of Raydon, gentleman.

Lease and release  HB26/412/427  16 17 September 1751

Contents:
Of messuage and appurtenances in Wangford and Reydon, occupied by Ann Baggott, widow, freehold and copyhold. John Spencer of Saxthorp, Norfolk, butcher, and Sarah, his wife, Richard Freeman of Dennington, cooper, and Elizabeth his wife, Ann Baggott, spinster, Susan Bridges, widow, both of Dennington, and John Crane of Boulge, tailor, and Jane, his wife, to William Lenny of Reydon, merchant.

Copy of court roll  HB26/412/428  c 1752

Contents:
Reydon. Admission of William Lenny of Reydon, merchant, to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/405), on surrenders by Jane Baggott, spinster, John Spencer of Saxthrop, Norfolk, and Sarah, his wife, Richard Freeman and Elizabeth, his wife, Ann Baggott, and Susan Bridges, John Crane and Jane, his wife. 16 January 1752.

Bargain and sale  HB26/412/429  1 April 1754

Contents:
Of messuage in Wangford, late of Robert Baggott, with appurtenances in Wangford and Reydon; meadow or marsh in Wangford, adjoining Wangford common, and the river, 2 acres, all being copyhold in part or whole; Christopher Smear of Frostenden, clerk, only acting executor of William Lenney, late of Reydon, gentleman, to Robert Buxton of Darsham, clerk, in trust for Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet; quitclaim by William Lenney of Reydon, gentleman, only son and heir at law of William Lenney, deceased, to Sir John Rous, and Robert Buxton.

Bond to observe conditions of agreement.  HB26/412/430  1 April 1754

Contents:
Christopher Smear and William Lenney, to Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet.

Bundle marked: "Title Deeds relating to an Estate at Sotherton in Suffolk - purchased by The Rt. Honble. Lord Rous of Mr. Robt. Crabtree and others. 1819." Numbered 52.  HB26/412/431-459  [n.d.]

Copy of court roll  HB26/412/431  c 1654

Contents:
Sotherton. Surrender by William Lennys of two closes: parcell of Hall close, called Upper Close, 6 acres, and Seaven acre Closse, adjoining a way from Halesworth to Southwold; and a pightle, called Connyfere Closse, one acre.
Admission of William Lennys and Elizabeth, his wife, for the life of the longer lived, and then to the heirs of William. 2 May 1654

Probate of will of William Lenny of Sotherton, yeoman, dated 22 January 1664.  HB26/412/432  16 October 1665

Contents:
Messuage and lands in Sotherton to William Lenny, his eldest son, on reaching 21, and the heirs male of his body, failing whom to John his second son, etc.

Copy of court roll  HB26/412/433  c 1677

Contents:
Sotherton. Surrender of lands and tenements by Elizabeth, widow and executrix of William Lennys and now wife of John Cullham. Admission of William Lennys, son of William Lennys, in accordance with will of his father, on reaching age of 21, to two pightles, called Hall Pightells, 4 acres, with messuage, etc.; close called Wheatcrofte with le Slade, 5 acres; Conyfere Closse, 1 acre; close, now divided into five, called Hall Closse, 24 acres. 11 October 1677.

Copy of court roll  HB26/412/434  c 1699

Contents:
Sotherton. Surrender by William Lenny of messuage with appurtenances, and four piece of land, meadow or pasture, in Southerton, adjoining Hall Close, 20 acres, to the use of him and his intended wife, Christiana, for life, and then to his heirs. 19 July 1699.

Probate of will of William Lenny of Sotherton, yeoman, dated 30 January 1724.  HB26/412/435  13 December 1728

Contents:
Lands and tenements in Sotherton to William Lenny, his grandson, and the heirs of his body, failing whom to Edmund Lenny, another grandson, and the heirs of his body, subject to annuity of [...] 2 to Elizabeth Shoulding, his daughter.

Copy of court roll  HB26/412/436  c 1729

Contents:
Sotherton. Admission of William Lenny to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/433) on death of William Lenny, his grandfather. 22 April 1729.

Copy of court roll  HB26/412/437  c 1737

Contents:
Sotherton. Admission of William Lenney to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/433) on surrender by Isaac Brunning, who had been admitted to them on making a recovery. 6 May 1737.

Abstract of title of William Lenney  HB26/412/438  c 1737

Contents:
To copyhold lands and tenements in the manor of Sotherton (as HB26/412/437). 1651-1737.

Counterpart lease for seven years  HB26/412/439  2 September 1740

Contents:
Of messuage in Sotherton, occupied by John Taylor, with appurtenances, freehold and copyhold, William Lenney of Reydon, gentleman, to John Browne of Sotherton, yeoman.

Mortgage  HB26/412/440  11 August 1743

Contents:
Lease for 1000 years of messuage in Sotherton, occupied by John Browne, with appurtenances, 50 acres.
William Lenny of Reydon, merchant, to William Rolfe of Norwich gentleman.

Bond to observe conditions of agreement.  HB26/412/441  11 August 1743

Contents:
William Lenny to William Rolfe.

Copy of will of William Lenney of Reydon, gentleman.  HB26/412/442  c 1753

Contents:
Lands and tenements in Reydon, Wangford, Sotherton, Kessingland and Chediston, to be sold to pay debts, and legacies to Elizabeth, wife, Margaret, daughter, Hannah Browne, daughter-in-law, Robert, son of Thomas Gidney, nephew, Anne Gidney, sister. 17 March 1753.

Copy of court roll  HB26/412/443  c 1753

Contents:
Sotherton. Admission of William Lenney, gentleman, only son and heir of William Lenney, deceased, to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/433) on death of his father. 31 December 1753.

Lease and release  HB26/412/444  [...] 15 16 March 1754

Contents:
Of messuage or farm with lands, etc., occupied by Thomas Browne; cottage with orchard etc. occupied by John Mills; grove or spring, 3½ acres, all in Sotherton.
William Lenney of Reydon, gentleman, only son and heir at law of William Lenney of the same, gentleman, to Thomas Brograve of Grays Inn, gentleman, in order that he may suffer a recovery by Robert Moxon of Grays Inn, gentleman, to the use of William Lenney.

Lease and release  HB26/412/445  17 18 May 1754

Contents:
Of messuages and lands (as in HB26/412/444) freehold and copyhold. William Lenney of Reydon, gentleman, only son, heir-at-law and executor of William Lenney, deceased, and Christopher Smear of Frostenden, clerk, the other executor, to James Jermyn of Halesworth, gentleman.

Copy of absolute surrender  HB26/412/446  c 1754

Contents:
Manor of Sotherton, of copyhold lands and tenements, by William Lenney to the use of James Jermyn. 18 May 1754.

Quitclaim of dower  HB26/412/447  18 May 1754

Contents:
In lands and tenements in Sotherton.
Elizabeth Lenney of Reydon, widow of William Lenney, to James Jermyn of Halesworth, gentleman.

Common recovery  HB26/412/448  c 1754

(Great seal mostly defaced).

Contents:
Of messuage, two gardens, 16 acres land, 2 acres meadow, 2 acres pasture, 4 acres wood, with appurtenances, in Sotherton, by Robert Moxon, gentleman, from Thomas Brograve, gentleman, William Lenney, gentleman, and Edmund Wilson, vouchees. Hilary and Easter terms, 27 George II (1754).

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/449  c 1754

Contents:
Admission of James Jermyn to lands and tenements in Sotherton, on surrender by William Lenney. 22 July 1754.

Assignment of leasehold interest  HB26/412/450  26 November 1754

Contents:
By way of mortgage in lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/446). Edmund Rolfe of Hitcham, Norfolk, Esq., administrator of William Rolfe of the precinct of cathedral church of Norwich, gentleman, by direction of William Lenney of Reydon, gentleman, and Christopher Smear of Frostenden, clerk, executors of William Lenney, deceased, and appointment of James Jermyn of Halesworth, gentleman, to Peter Pullyn of Halesworth, gentleman, in trust for James Jermyn to wait upon the freehold inheritance.

Settlement on marriage  HB26/412/451  25 26 January 1771

Contents:
Between John Tuthill of Halesworth, gentleman, and Sarah Jermyn of the same, spinster, daughter of James Jermyn of the same, gentleman. Lease and release of messuages and lands in Sotherton (as in HB26/412/444). James Jermyn to Peter Jermyn of Halesworth, gentleman, and Benjamin Day of Norwich, gentleman, for the use of John Tuthill and Sarah Jermyn for life, then to use of their children.
Covenant to surrender copyhold part of the estate to the same uses.

Abstract of title of Robert Crabtree and others  HB26/412/452  c 1795

Contents:
To freehold and copyhold estate in Sotherton (as in HB26/412/433 and 444).
1753-1795. (Robert Crabtree's title does not appear).

Proposals by the Corporation of the Royal Exchange Assurance  HB26/412/453  28 October 1796

Contents:
... For Assuring Houses and other Buildings, Goods, Wares, and Merchandizes, from Loss or Damage by Fire. (Printed) 17 January 1776.
Enclosed: Insurance policy on a house, brick built and tiled, at Sotherton, with a barn and stable, boarded and thatched, adjoining. Royal Exchange Assurance to Sarah Tuthill of Halesworth, spinster.

Particulars and conditions of sale  HB26/412/454  c 1806

Contents:
Of an estate at Sotherton, to be sold 26 August 1806 at the Angel, Halesworth. Farmhouse with barn, stable, etc., a cottage, and 55ac. 23p. occupied by John Mills; the buildings and 34 acres being copyhold.

Lease and release  HB26/412/455  10 11 November 1819

Contents:
Of messuage and farm with appurtenances in Sotherton, 55ac. 34p. John Crabtree of Halesworth, gentleman, and Sarah, his wife, Robert Crabtree of Halesworth, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife, Hannah Tuthill of Halesworth, spinster, Martha Tuthill of the same, spinster, and Rev. Thomas Holmes of Bungay, clerk, and Margaret Jermyn, his wife, (Sarah, Elizabeth, Hannah, Martha and Margaret Jermyn being the daughters and devisees of John Tuthill) to Rt. Hon. John Lord Rous, Baron Rous, of Henham Hall. Covenant to surrender copyhold part of the estate, and levy fine.

Copy of absolute surrender  HB26/412/456  c 1819

Contents:
Manor of Sotherton, of copyhold lands and tenements by John Crabtree and Sarah, his wife, Robert Crabtree and Elizabeth, his wife, Hannah Tothill, Martha Tothill, Rev. Thomas Holmes and Margaret Jermyn, his wife, to the use of John Lord Rous. 11 November 1819.

Bundle (within main bundle 38) marked: "Writings relating to an allotment of Sotherton Common containing 7a. 1r. 20p. purchased of John Crabtree wife others. 10th Novr. 1804."  HB26/412/457-459  [n.d.]

Copy of absolute surrender  HB26/412/457  c 1804

Contents:
Manor of Sotherton, of two fifths of piece of land, late part of Sotherton Moor, No.18 in Enclosure Award, 7ac. 1r. 20p., between private road and road from Blyford to Westhall. John Crabtree of Newgate Street, London, cotton-merchant, and Sarah, his wife, and Martha Tuthill of Halesworth, spinster, to the use of John Lord Rous, lord of the manor. 10 November 1804.

Copy of absolute surrender  HB26/412/458  c 1804

Contents:
Manor of Sotherton, of three fifths of land (as above). Robert Crabtree of Halesworth, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Hannah Tuthill, and Margaret Jermyn Tuthill, to the use of John Lord Rous, lord of the manor. 10 November 1804.

Bond to guarantee good title  HB26/412/459  9 November 1804

Contents:
To the land (as above). John Crabtree, Robert Crabtree, Hannah Tuthill, Martha Tuthill and Margaret Jermyn Tuthill, to John Lord Rous.

Bundle marked "Writings relating to a Copyhold Estate at Sotherton purchased by the Rt. Honble. Earl of Stradbroke of Mr. W.J. Hurry. 10th Octr. 1825." Numbered 53.  HB26/412/460-496  [n.d.]

Receipt for £5.10.0 in discharge of a lease.  HB26/412/460  3 October 1636

Contents:
Thomas Coost and Samewell Howe to Nicholas Whinwery of Middleton.

Copy of court roll  HB26/412/461  c 1688/9

Contents:
Sotherton. Conditional surrender of piece of meadow, and piece of pasture, late ploughed, 8 acres, adjoining the highway from Sotherton Moor to Beccles, Barn Close, and Sotherton Moor. Robert Leece to the use of Isaac Reeve of Westhall, surgeon. 2 March 1688/9.

Bond to pay money owed  HB26/412/462  17 May 1689

Contents:
Upon security of copyhold lands conditionally surrendered, 18 acres in the manor of Sotherton.
Robert Leece of Bulcamp, yeoman, to Hanna Freeman of Halesworth, widow.

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/463  c 1690

Contents:
Conditional surrender of copyhold lands and tenements. Robert Leece to the use of Henry Cooper of Yoxford, timber-merchant. 20 November 1690

Bond to guarantee good title  HB26/412/464  20 November 1690

Contents:
To the copyhold HB26/412/463 estate, conditionally surrendered, and to pay money owed. Robert Leece of Sotherton, yeoman, to Henry Cooper.

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/465  c 1690/1

Contents:
Admission of Henry Cooper of Yoxford, timber-merchant, to messuage, Stannards and Rothenolls, with 16 acres land, pasture and wood; tenement, Semans with 6 acres land; close, called Little Hall, with meadow and ditch, adjoining Inham Wood, and land called le Conyver; 24 acres of wood in Inham Wood; piece of land, 2 acres, adjoining way to Sotherton Moor across land of Thomas Bellamy; 10½ acres wood in Inham Wood; in accordance with conditional surrender to him made by Robert Leece. 14 March 1690/1

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/466  c 1691

Contents:
Enrolment of the admission. HR26/412/465 26 May 1691.

Licence to fell 130 trees on his copyhold land.  HB26/412/467  24 October 1691

Contents:
Sir John Rous, baronet, lord of the manor of Sotherton, to Henry Cooper.

Bond to guarantee title  HB26/412/468  24 March 1693/4

Contents:
To copyhold land in Sotherton, 8 acres, part of Hall Close, conditionally surrendered, and to pay money owed. William Lenny of Sotherton, yeoman, to Henry Cooper of Yoxford, timber-merchant.

Receipt for £80  HB26/412/469  25 March 1695


Related information: See HB26/412/431 etc.

Contents:
The sum advanced upon the mortgage of two closes, part of Hall Close, with a cottage, upper close, 6 acres, and seven Acre Close; and pightle called the Conyver, one acre; all in the manor of Sotherton. William Lenny of Sotherton, yeoman, to Henry Cooper of Yoxford, timber-merchant.

Abstract of title of Henry Cooper  HB26/412/470  c 1695

Contents:
To copyhold estate in Sotherton. 1584-1695.

Lease for a year  HB26/412/471  16 February 1696

Contents:
Of messuage with appurtenances in Sotherton, occupied by Daniel Howes. Henry Cooper of Yoxford, gentleman, to Benjamin Skoulding of Bramfield, yeoman.

Papers in Law-suit, John Jermaine v. Daniel Cooper  HB26/412/472-480  1718-1720

Contents:
Concerning breach of covenants in a lease for seven years of a messuage and appurtenances in Sotherton, (Wood close, 4 acres, Home pightles, lac. 2r. 4p., the piece to the east of the wood, 3ac. 2r., pightle next Mr. Crispes 3ac. 23p., the piece next Knights, lac. 2r. 3p.), by Daniel Cooper to John Jermaine. Matters alleged include ploughing up land, taking crops, failing to repair buildings, hedges, etc, failure to pay lord's dues:-
[...] Michealmas 7 George I (1720).

Short drafts of plaintiff's narration with notes thereon.  HB26/412/472, 473, 474  [n.d.]

Longer drafts of the plaintiff's narration  HB26/412/475, 476  [n.d.]

Contents:
Answers thereto and evidence to be called

Precis of evidence to be given by William Farr of Sotherton, and Gregory Johnson of the same.  HB26/412/477  18 19 August 1718

Draft of plaintiff's narration.  HB26/412/478  [n.d.]
Language:  Latin

Two copies of the plaintiff's narration.  HB26/412/479, 480  [n.d.]

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/481  c 1740

Contents:
Admission of Nathan Cooper, surgeon, on death of his brother, Henry Cooper, gentleman, to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/465). 18 July 1740.

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/482  c 1769

Contents:
Admission of Pleasance Cooper, spinster, to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/465) in accordance with the will of Nathan Cooper, gentleman, her father. 4 August 1769.

Copy of settlement upon marriage  HB26/412/483 484  c 1780

Contents:
Between William Spark of Ipswich, surgeon, a son and devisee of Alburgh, Norfolk, gentleman, and Pleasance Cooper of Saxmundham, spinster. Lease and release of messuage called Neeves, in Stradbroke, next Broad Street Way, late of Francis Sandcroft and then of John Fox and Charles Fox, occupied by Abraham Girling, with appurtenances, 54 ac. 2p; messuage in Stradbroke called Stamps and Surries, adjoining highway from Laxfield to Stradbroke, with appurtenances, occupied by Christopher Smith, 46 ac. 2r. 20p., late of Susanna Goldsmith and then of Francis Sandcroft. William Spark to Robert Cooper of Woodbridge, gentleman, and Peter Spark of Henham, gentleman, to the use of William Spark for life, and then to Pleasance Cooper, his wife, for life, and then to the use of Thomas Alexander of Yoxford, gentleman, and Benjamin Dowson of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, merchant, for 500 years, and then in trust for the children of the marriage if Pleasance survives her husband, etc. etc. Covenant to surrender copyhold part of the estate to similar uses. Covenant by Pleasance Cooper to surrender copyhold land in Sotherton (as in HB26/412/465) to her use for life and then to the use of William Spark for life, and to the children of the marriage. 24 25 November 1780.

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/485  c 1781

Contents:
Surrender of lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/465) by Pleasance Cooper of Saxmundham, spinster, and admission of Robert Hogg of Yoxford, yeoman. Common recovery by Samuel Badeley against Robert Hogg. Pleasance Cooper and James Hanton, vouchees, Quitclaim by Robert Hogg, James Hanton and Pleasance Cooper. Surrencer by Samuel Badeley, and admission of Pleasance Cooper. 16 November 1781.

Surrender, manor of Sotherton  HB26/412/486  25 September 1792

Contents:
Of lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/465). William Spark of Ipswich, surgeon, and Pleasance, his wife, formerly Pleasance Cooper, to her use for life, and then to use of William Spark for life, and then to use of the children of the marriage.

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/487  c 1795

Contents:
Enrolment of the surrender. HB26/412/486 29 May 1795.

Sotherton Inclosure  HB26/412/488  4 July 1804

Contents:
Allotment by commissioners to William Sparks and Pleasance, his wife, of piece of land, numbered 15 in award, 9ac. 3r. 24p., adjoining land belonging to the same, and two roads.

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/489  c 1805

Contents:
Admission of Pleasance Sparks to land (as in HB26/412/488). 17 January 1805.

Appointment of lands and tenements  HB26/412/490  8 November 1808

Contents:
(As in HB26/412/465 488). Pleasance Spark, wife of William Spark of Ipswich, surgeon, with consent of her husband, to Peter Spark of Melbourne, Cambridgeshire, gentleman, their only son, subject to their life interests.

Covenant to surrender  HB26/412/491  8 November 1808

Contents:
Copyhold lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/465 488). William Spark and Pleasance, his wife, and Peter Spark to William John Hurry of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, merchant.

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/492  c 1808

Contents:
Admission of Peter Spark of Melbourne, Cambridgeshire, gentleman, only son of William Spark and Pleasance, his wife, to reversion expectant upon the death of his parents, in lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/465 488). 9 November 1808.

Copy of court roll: Sotherton.  HB26/412/493  c 1808

Contents:
Surrender at direction of Thomas King of Sotherton, farmer, by William Spark, Pleasance, his wife, and Peter Spark of lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/465 488), and admission of William John Hurry of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, merchant. 9 November 1808.

Abstract of title of William John Hurry  HB26/412/494  c 1805

Contents:
To copyhold lands in Sotherton (as in HB26/412/465 488). 1808.
Enclosed: Copy of abstract of title of William Spark and Pleasance, his wife, to copyhold lands in Sotherton (as in HB26/412/465). 1708-1805.

Covenant to surrender  HB26/412/495  10 October 1825

Contents:
Messuage and farm in Sotherton with appurtenances, occupied by Thomas King, part of Long Meadow, 2ac. 2p.; Crabtree Field, 3¾ac., Footpath piece 4ac. 1r. 26p., Land Pit Piece, 5ac. 35p., Beccles piece, 6ac. 2r. 23p., Land Pit Pightle, lac. 2r. 19p., Cross piece, 5ac. 2p., Roomling Wood, 9ac. 3r. 37p., Church piece, 3ac. 2r. 21p., common allotment, 5ac. 3r. 17p., common allotment, 3ac. 2r. 26p., Houses and yards, lac. 1r. 11p., Home Pigtle, 2ac. 1r. 18p., Barn piece, 5ac. 3r. 4p., Rotten Pit piece, 4ac. 1r. 32p., Wood Pightle, lac. 1r. 12p., Whittles piece, 3ac. 3r. 4p., Wood piece, 4ac. 3r., New laid, 4ac. 3p., Long meadow, 3ac. 2r. 5p., Wood 3ac. 3r. 35p., Roads 1r. 28p. Total 87ac. 2r., being copyhold of Sotherton manor (as HB26/412/465 488). William John Hurry of Great Yarmouth, merchant, to Rt. Hon. John, Earl of Stradbroke of Henham Hall.

Copy of absolute surrender  HB26/412/496  c 1825

Contents:
Manor of Sotherton, of copyhold lands and tenements. William John Hurry to the use of Rt. Hon. John Earl of Stradbroke of Henham Hall, lord of the manor. 10 October 1825.

Bundle marked: "Writings relating to an estate at Wangford purchased by the Right Honorable Lord Rous of Mr. Henry Newson. January 1820." Numbered 55.  HB26/412/497-506  [n.d.]

Probate of will of Benjamin Baker of Wangford, surgeon, dated 13 April 1726.  HB26/412/497  26 June 1729

Contents:
Messuages and lands, purchased of Constant Sutton of Bourg (Burgh?) in Wangford, to Katherine, his wife.

Lease and release  HB26/412/498  17 18 December 1739

Contents:
Of piece of ground, 1¼ roods, with house newly built thereon, taken out of the close of Sir John Rous, called Abbey Yard, late occupied by Simon Ward, adjoining great road from Wangford to Southwold. Catherine Baker of Wangford, widow, to Samuel Manning of Peasenhall, surgeon.

Attested copy of will of Samuel Manning of Peasenhall, surgeon.  HB26/412/499  c 1742/3

Contents:
Messuages and lands in Peasenhall to Alderman Manning, his son, for 99 years, and then to his nephews, William Manning of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, merchant, and Thomas Manning of the same, merchant, during the life of Alderman Manning, and then to his heirs. Copyhold lands and tenements in Peasenhall to William Manning and Thomas Manning upon trusts. Copyhold lands and tenements in Laxfield, purchased of Robert Grinling, to John Clayton of Peasenhall, gent., and Benjamin Bayes of Pulham St. Mary Magdalen, Norfolk, gent., upon trusts. Messuage, lands, etc. in Wangford to John Manning, his son, and his heirs. Messuages and lands in manor of Woodbridge Hasketon, Woodbridge late Priory, and Woodbridge Ufford, to John Manning, his son, and Mary, his wife; messuages and lands in Rumburgh and All Saints, South Elmham, to William and Thomas Manning and John Clayton, the younger, of Peasenhall, and Benjamin Bayes, upon trusts. 21 February 1742/3. Proved 10 May 1744.

Lease and Release  HB26/412/500  24 25 August 1749

Contents:
Of close of land and pasture in Wangford, called the Abbey Hill, 5ac. 3r. 9p.; Reyners Pightle adjoining, lac. 1r. 7p.; meadow or marsh, adjoining the Abbey Hill, called the Hop Ground, 3r. 29p.; two pieces of ground called the Abbey Meadows, adjoining, now divided into several pieces, 7ac. 2r. 25p.; adjoining highway from Wangford Street to Southwold, the river, and the lands of Sir John Rous. Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet, to John Manning of Wangford, surgeon.

Bond to observe conditions of agreement.  HB26/412/501  25 August 1749

Contents:
Sir John Rous to John Manning.

Copy of settlement on marriage  HB26/412/502  c 1760

Contents:
Between John Manning of Wangford, surgeon, youngest son of Samuel Manning, late of Peasenhall, surgeon, deceased, and Elizabeth Haill of Wickham Market, spinster, only daughter and heir at law of James Haill of the same, draper. Release of freehold parts of messuage on Laxfield, with appurtenances, occupied by Henry Felgate and lands in the same, late Wrights, 14 acres. John Manning and Alderman Manning of Peasenhall, surgeon, his eldest brother (who is entitled to the reversion in fee simple under an earlier marriage settlement), to William Edgar of Sutton, gent., and John Clayton, the younger, of Peasenhall, gent., to the use of John Manning, his wife and children, etc. Covenant to levy fine to the same uses. Release of messuage and appurtenances in Wangford, occupied by John Manning, and lands lately bought of Sir John Rous. John Manning to William Edgar and John Clayton upon similar trusts. 30 June 1760.

Copy of will of John Manning of Wangford, surgeon.  HB26/412/503  c 1780

Contents:
Freehold and copyhold messuages and lands in Dennington, Brundish. Great Glemham and Parham, to be sold by executors. Copyhold lands and tenements in Laxfield, late of Samuel Rye, occupied by widow Cottingham, to Alderman Manning, his youngest son. Messuage and land in Laxfield (as in HB26/412/502) to the same. Messuage and lands in Wangford (as in HB26/412/502) to the same, subject to payment of £400 to Edgar Manning, his eldest son. 12 July 1779. Proved 17 February 1780.

Lease and release  HB26/412/504  23 24 February 1795

Contents:
Of piece of ground, 1¼ acres (as in HB26/412/498) and lands (as in HB26/412/500 - Abbey Meadows now 7ac. 3r. 25p.) Alderman Manning of Peasenhall, Esquire, to Robert Crabtree of Halesworth, gentleman, to the use of Henry Newson of Wangford, schoolmaster.

Bond to observe conditions of agreement.  HB26/412/505  24 February 1795

Contents:
Alderman Manning to Henry Newson.

Appointment and lease and release  HB26/412/506  5 6 January 1820

Contents:
Of lands (as in HB26/412/504). Henry Newson of Wangford, gentleman, and Robert Crabtree of Halesworth, gentleman, at his direction, to Rt. Hon. John Lord Rous, Baron Rous, of Henham Hall.

Bundle marked: "Irish Leases etc." Numbered 56.  HB26/412/507-530  [n.d.]

Bargain and sale  HB26/412/507  6 May 1668

Contents:
Of stone house and waste ground, southward thereof, with yards, barns, etc, occupied by Ralph Wilson, late of William Longe and James Daniell, in St. John the Baptist, on the east side of the South Ward in the city of Limerick, adjoining St. John's Street, and a lane; and double "cadgeworke" house, cabin and ground, etc. occupied by Captn. Robert Wilkinson, Richard Nott, Thomas Wall, Dennis Day and John Lownes, in the same parish, adjoining Mongrett Lane r Street, Sowest Lane or Brode Lane and the City Wall. Rt. Hon. Wentworth, Earl of Roscommon, Privy Councillor of Ireland, and Rt. Hon. Roger, Earl of Orrery, Lord President of Munster, Privy Councillor of England and Ireland, to Sir Ralph Wilson of the city of Limerick, knight, at rent of five shillings.

Judgement and order of the Court of Chancery of Ireland  HB26/412/508  1705

Contents:
In dispute between George Warter Story, Deacon of Connor, and Catherine, his wife, quer; and Ralph Willson, junior, and Margaret, his wife, and Ralph Willson, senior Esq., and others, concerning lands of Carrigagownagh, otherwise Bilboe, and Coolenemonagh, which had formed part of a marriage settlement. Judgment for plaintiff. At Dublin, 5 July, 4 Anne (1705).

Lease of garden and waste piece of ground  HB26/412/509  8 April 1729

Contents:
In the possession of James Foot of Limerick, joiner, in....... William Willson of......... to the said James Foot.

Lease of............. in the barony of Owney and Arra  HB26/412/510  1736

(Fragile).

Contents:
In the county of Tipperary. Samuel Warter Whitshed of Bilboa, Limerick, and Catherine, his wife, to Samuel Waller of........ Tipperary Esq., for three lives. 3.... 1736.

Lease for three lives  HB26/412/511  2 October 1759

Contents:
Of dwelling house in Mongret Street, Lidmerick, occupied by Francis Lloyd. Edward Warter Wilson of Bilboa, Co. Limerick, Esq., to the said Francis Lloyd of Limerick, doctor of physic.

Release of eight greeves  HB26/412/512  28 May 1767

Contents:
Of the town and land of Bawnmore in the Barony of Muskerry and County of Cork. Thomas Croker of Dublin, and Henry Cole Bowen of Annabell, Co. Cork, Esq. (trustees named in an Act of the Parliament of Ireland, for the relief of the creditors of Ralph Warter Wilson and Edmund Warter Wilson, Esquires, deceased, and for the relief of Frances Juliana Warter Wilson, a minor, the heir at law of Edward Warter Wilson) to Rev. Thomas White of Cork, clerk, for three lives.

Declaration of trust  HB26/412/513  19 March 1767

Contents:
In town and lands of Ayleduffe or Ayleduff, 1864 acres, town and lands of Toreenbryan or Toreenbrian, 1423 acres, town and lands of Lakeele or Lakely or Lakeile, 1649 acres, and town and lands of Conomore or Clonomore, 2777 acres, in the barony of Owney and Arra, and in Co. Tipperary, conveyed to John Fitzgibbon of Dublin, Esq. by James Purcell of Kanturke, Co. Cork, gentleman. John Fitzgibbon to Thomas Croker of Dublin and Henry Cole Bowen of Annabell, Co. Cork, Esq., trustees named in an Act, etc. (as in HB26/412/512).

Lease for three lives  HB26/412/514  3 October 1767

Contents:
Of farm and lands of Droumconig, in the barony of...... and the county of Kerry. William Lord Baron Branden of Ardfort, Co. Kerry, to William Wilson of ......

Lease: Covenant by James Nolan  HB26/412/515  6 August 1791

Contents:
Of the city of Limerick, gent., to pay rent for a house on Wilson's quay in Limerick, late of Michael Rochford, junior, merchant, adjoining Little Fish Lane, to Sir John Rous of Darsham Hall, Suffolk, baronet, who owns the estate in right of his wife. The lease to be for three lives.

Lease for 99 years  HB26/412/516  6 August 1791

Contents:
Of dwelling house and premises on Wilson's Quay in the city of Limerick, adjoining the New Meat Shambles and Little Fish Lane, in the parish of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Sir John Rous of Darsham, baronet, to William Tenessy of Limerick, gentleman.

Lease for three lives  HB26/412/517  8 August 1791

Contents:
Of dwelling house on Wilson's Quay, Limerick, adjoining Fish Lane and the houses of William Tennessy and James Nolan, in the parish of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Sir John Rous of Darsham, baronet, to William End of Limerick, pewterer.

Renewal of lease.  HB26/412/518  12 March 1790

Contents:
Lease for three lives of farm, town and lands of Leighley and Fannett, with appurtenances, in the barony of Owney, baronet, to Sir Robert Waller of Newport, Tipperary, baronet. 8 August 1791
Attached: Power of attorney for execution of deed. Sir Robert Waller to John Blomfield of Blomfield Lodge, Tipperary, Esq.

Lease for three lives  HB26/412/519  8 August 1791

Contents:
Of lands of Bealacleave, in Barony of Owney and Arra, and in Co. Tipperary. Sir John Rous of Darsham, baronet, to Robert Bradshaw of Longstone, Tipperary, gentleman.

Lease for three lives  HB26/412/520  29 October 1759

Contents:
Of lands of Bealacleave, in barony of Unna and Arra, and in Co. Tipperary. Edward Warter Wilson of Bilboa, Co. Limerick, Esq. to Paul Bradshaw of Sollsheadbegg, Co. Tipperary, gentleman.

Lease for three lives  HB26/412/521  9 August 1791

Contents:
Of lands of Lackamore, late of Timothy O'Brien, Lackabeg, formerly of James Hayes and Curraghlaghan, formerly of Edmond Ryan, all in the barony of Coonagh, and Co. Limerick, with appurtenances, 644 acres profitable land. Sir John Rous of Darsham, baronet, to William Ryan of Derryleigh, Co. Tipperary, Esq.

Lease for 31 years  HB26/412/522  9 August 1791

Contents:
Of demesne of Bilboa, below the road, 523 acres, 2p, adjoining Tarna, the great road through Bilboa, and the river of Bilboa, except the mansion house and brick walls. Sir John Rous of Darsham, baronet, to Edmond Ryan of Bilboa, co. Limerick.

Lease for 31 years  HB26/412/523  9 August 1791

Contents:
Of lands of Rhearanogue, co. Tipperary, 413 acres. Sir John Rous of Darsham, baronet, to Thomas Kennedy and Roger Kennedy of Rhearanogue, co. Tipperary, farmer.

Lease for 31 years  HB26/412/524  9 August 1791

Contents:
Of lands of Killegarriff, co. Limerick, 191 acres. Sir John Rous of Darsham, baronet, to Hugh Brow, Darby Brow and James Ryan, all of Kilgariff, co. Limerick, farmers.

Lease for 31 years  HB26/412/525  9 August 1791

Contents:
Of lands of Garravane, co. Limerick, 236 acres. Sir John Rous of Darsham, baronet, to Daniel Noonan, Daniel Murphy and Michael Ryan, all of Garravane, co. Limerick, farmers.

Lease for 31 years  HB26/412/526  3 March 1792

Contents:
Of farm and lands of Lackile, 996 acres, plantation measure, in the parish of Abbington, and Barony of Ouney and Arra, and Co. Tipperary. Sir John Rous of Darsham Hall, baronet, to William Dwyer of Lackile and Darby Molony of Barnadominy, both in co. Tipperary, farmers.

Lease for three lives  HB26/412/527  28 April, 1795

Contents:
Of part of the farm and lands of Foylnadarragh, 317 acres, co. Tipperary. Sir John Rous of Darsham, baronet, to Daniel Kennedy of Knock....., co. Tipperary, farmer.

Renewal of lease for three lives  HB26/412/528  10 July 1802

Contents:
Of plot of ground, adjoining street leading to Mongrett Lane, in parish of St. John in the Irish Town of the city of Limerick. Rt. Hon. John Lord Rous of Henham Hall, to John Costello, senior, of city of Limerick, clothier.

Lease for three lives  HB26/412/529  1 September 1803

Contents:
Of plot of ground on Wilson's Quay, in St. Mary, Limerick, adjoining Little Fish Lane and Mary's Street. Rt. Hon. John Lord Rous of Henham Hall, to Philip Russell of the city of Limerick, burgess.

Lease for 31 years  HB26/412/530  21 March 1805

Contents:
Of farm and lands of Foyleduft, 1660 acres 1r. 5p., Irish plantation measure, in parish of Abbington, barony of Owna and Arra, and county of Tipperary. Rt. Hon. John Lord Baron Rous of Dennington, to Daniel Kennedy and Philip Dwyer, both of Foyleduft, co. Tipperary, gents.

Marked: "Original patent of Baronetcy" Numbered 57  [no ref. or date]

Royal letters patent.  HB26/412/531  1660

Great seal in green wax, laquered yellow, broken and part missing.

Contents:
Grant of dignity, status and rank of baronet to John Rous of Henham, Suffolk, Esq., and the heirs male of his body, for his services in maintaining 30 men at arms for three years in Ireland. 17 August, 12 Charles II (1660).

Bundle marked: "Title deeds relating to the Advowson of Eyke". Numbered 58.  HB26/412/532-544  [n.d.]

Mortgage: lease and release  HB26/412/532  10 11 May 1711

Contents:
Of advowson of parish church of Eyke. John Barker of Stratford, Suffolk, gentleman, to John Sheppard of Campsey Ash, Esquire.

Lease for a year  HB26/412/533  18 March 1712/3

Contents:
Of advowson of Eyke, and manor of Eyke Rectory. John Barker of Stratford, gent., and Elizabeth, his wife, to Nathaniel Boad of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, and Nathaniel Burrell of Latherensett, Norfolk, clerk.
20 March, 12 Anne (1712/3).
Attached:- Receipt in settlement of mortgage. John Sheppard to Nathaniel Board.

Affidavit by John Barker of Stratford  HB26/412/534  25 April 1713

Contents:
To guarantee title to advowson of Eyke.

Copy of part of will of Nathaniel Board.  HB26/412/535  c 1743

Contents:
House with appurtenances and commonage upon Eyke common, confirmed to the rector of Eyke. Other real estate and advowson of Eyke to be sold. 19 November 1743.

Notes concerning presentations to the living of Eyke.  HB26/412/536  1754-76

Abstract of title of Rev. Jacob Chilton  HB26/412/537  15 April 1754

Contents:
To the Advowson of Eyke. 1654-1765.
Notes upon the validity of the above title with reference to a proposed mortgage of the advowson, 1807-1809, and copy of part of the will of Thomas Chilton, dated

Bargain and sale  HB26/412/538  7 January 1743/4

Contents:
Of advowson of Eyke. Nathaniel Rye of Hepworth, clerk, executor of Nathaniel Boade of Eyke, clerk, to Jacob Chilton of Ufford, clerk.

Presentation of Thomas Chilton  HB26/412/539  17 December 1745

Contents:
Clerk, B.A. to the rectory of Eyke. Jacob Chilton of Ufford, clerk, to Thomas, Bishop of Norwich.

Extract from will of Thomas Chilton of Ufford, clerk.  HB26/412/540  15 April 1754

Contents:
Living of Eyke to be held by Jacob Chilton, his father, for the benefit of Thomas' wife and children, and after his death by Richard Chilton, his brother, until Thomas's son, Jacob, is of age to take it himself, if he ever be capable - otherwise the living to be sold for the best price.

Institution by Thomas, Bishop of Norwich  HB26/412/541  30 July 1754

Contents:
Of Jacob Chilton, clerk, M.A. to the rectory of Eyke, vacant by death of Thomas Chilton, clerk.

Extract from will of Jacob Chilton, late of Ufford, clerk.  HB26/412/542  5 February 1765

Contents:
Messuage in Ufford with appurtenances, purchased of John Hammond, his brother-in-law, and messuage, etc. in Ufford occupied by William Cockerell, purchased of heirs of Robert List, to Sarah, his wife, and then to Jacob Chilton, his grandson. Living of Eyke to be held by Rev. Thomas Goodwin of Martlesham, for Jacob Chilton, who is to be brought up a clergyman.

Exchange.  HB26/412/543  13 July 1809

Contents:
Bargain and sale of advowson of Eyke, with appurtenances, now occupied by Jacob Chilton. Rev. Jacob Chilton of Ufford, clerk, to Rt. Hon. John Lord Rous, Baron Rous, of Dennington, in exchange for advowson of Sutton, conveyed by John Lord Rous, at direction of Jacob Chilton, to Robert Field of Sutton, clerk. Covenant to levy fine.

Two indentures of fine  HB26/412/544  1809

Contents:
Concerning advowson of Eyke. John Lord Rous, pet. Jacob Chilton, clerk and Frances, his wife, deforc. Three weeks of Trinity 49 George III.
Fifteen days of St. Martin 50 George III. (1809).

Marked: "Feoffment of a cottage in Sotherton from Wm. Parr to Ld. Rous, 1805" Numbered 61.  [no ref. or date]

Feoffment of cottage in Sotherton  HB26/412/545  5 January 1805

Contents:
Occupied by William Parr, with appurtenances. William Parr of Sotherton, yeoman, to John Lord Rous of Henham Hall.

Bundle marked: "Irish Deeds" Numbered 79.  HB26/412/546-555  [n.d.]

Royal Letters patent.  HB26/412/546  1671

Contents:
Grant of right to hold a market in the town of Meahowragh or Hughstreete in barony of Counagh, co. Limerick, each Thursday, and two Fairs, on May 1st and 2nd, and on August 1st and 2nd, unless they fall on a Saturday or Sunday, in which case they are to be held on Monday and Tuesday following, with courts of Pie Powder during the said markets and fairs, with customs and profits of the markets and fairs, for a rent of twenty shillings. King Charles II to Gamaliel Warter, Esquire. At Dublin, 29 April 23 Charles II. (1671).
Part of great seal (of Ireland?) in black wax on red and white silk cords.

Lease for three lives  HB26/412/547  1 April 1707

Contents:
Of house occupied by John Blood, with appurtenances, in the eastward of the Irish Town of Limerick, and parish of St. John. Ralph Wilson of Cahir Kinlish, co. Limerick, Esq. and Ralph Wilson of Bohir, in the same county, Esq. to John Blood (of the city of Limerick), saddler.
(The right side of the deed has been cut away).

Release of town and lands  HB26/412/548  8 April 1709

Contents:
Of Lismackheeda or ffynagh. Forty acres of profitable land, plantation measure. John Cusack of Kilkishen, co. Clare, Esq. to Richard Wilson, junior, of Sixmilebridge, in the same county, gentleman.

Lease for 300 years  HB26/412/549  26 November 1716

Contents:
Or three lives of town and lands of Castleloghny, 300 acres, plantation measure, in parish of Killcornane, co. Tipperary. Margaret Wilson, widow, and sole executrix of Ralph Wilson, junior, Esq., deceased, to Richard Chadwicke of Ballynard, co. Tipperary, gentleman.

Renewal of lease for three lives  HB26/412/550  27 October 1739

Contents:
Of estate (as in HB26/412/547). William Wilson of Caherconlish, co. Limerick, Esq. and Ralph Wilson of Boher, in the same county, Esq., to Robert Blood of the city of Limerick, "cordwainer".

Renewal of lease for three lives  HB26/412/551  8 September 1753

Contents:
Of plot of ground, adjoining street leading to Mongrett Lane, and the lane leading from the tenement of James Foot, in the parish of St. John in the Irish Town of the city of Limerick. Ralph Warter Wilson of Bilboa, co. Limerick, Esq. to Lawrence Costella, of the city of Limerick, mason.

Lease for three lives  HB26/412/552  -- July 1754

Contents:
Of dwelling house and appurtenances, occupied by Sarah Morrison, mother of the lesse, with the lessee, with the part of Claushnagroogh, at the bottom of the garden, in the barony of Coonagh and county of Limerick. Ralph Warter Wilson of Bilboa, co. Limerick, Esq. to Christopher Morrison of the same, "maulster".

"A Map of part of the estate of Miss Frances Juliana Walter-Wilson.  HB26/412/553  c 1769

Fragile and damaged.

Contents:
Scituate in the Barony of Owney Orra County of Tipperary containing........ 1313a. 2. 30. Plantation measure, laid down by a Scale of 40 Perches in one inch, in April 1769, by Richard .....izel". Estate shown:-
Foilenedanagh 317ac. 0r. 25p., occupied by Thomas Loyd, Esq. and Laghill, 996 ac. 2r. 5p., occupied by James Ryan.
(Outline of boundaries only).

Extract from plea roll of court of Exchequer of Ireland.  HB26/412/554  1776

Contents:
Proceedings upon a writ of Quominus concerning house and premises adjoining Balls Bridge, formerly of Robert Phoenix, and dwelling house adjoining Balls Bridge, occupied by Jane Franklin, widow, in the parish of St. Mary in the city of Limerick. John Bardolph, gentleman, plaintiff; Thomas Gough, Esq., defendant. Judgment respited to 9 March nisi prius. Hilary Term 1776.
On dorse: Hearing at nisi prius at assizes for city of Limerick Thomas Gough fails to appear. Jury summoned, but some fail to appear. Others sworn in their place. John Bardolph does not appear to prosecute. 9 March 1776.
Attached: List of names of the jurors to try the issues in this cause. Writ to sheriffs of the city of Limerick, commanding them to distrain upon the property of the said jurors to ensure the attendance to hear the case at nisi prius. 12 February 16 George III 1776.

Bond to keep conditions of agreement  HB26/412/555  6 August 1791

Contents:
In lease and release of plot of ground in Francis Street or Infirmirary Lane in St. John, Limerick. Sir John Rous of Darsham to John Smith of city of Limerick, merchant.

Bundle marked: "Papers relating to Sir Philip Broke's Marriage settlement." Numbered 86.  HB26/412/556-559  [n.d.]

Copy of will of Philip Bowes Broke of Nacton, Esq.  HB26/412/556  c 1793

Contents:
Freehold or reversion of manors of Cow Hall or Cow Haugh or Brokes Hall, Ipswich St. Peters, and Tyrells Hall; mansion house and farm, Brokes Hall with appurtenances in Nacton; messuage and farm, etc. in Levington, occupied by James Jacobs; messuage and farm etc. in Nacton, occupied by Thomas Arnold; messuage, farm, etc. in Nacton and extra parochial, occupied by James Bryant; messuage, farm, etc. in Nacton, occupied by Thomas Roberts; messuage, farm, etc. in Rushmere, occupied by George Curtis; messuage, farm, etc. in Rushmere and extra-parochial, occupied by Edward Sage; messuage, farm, etc. in Ipswich and extra-parochial, occupied by John Orford; messuage, farm, etc. in Freston, occupied by William Frost and George Blomfield; and moiety of woods in Freston, being lands comprised in a marriage settlement, made in 1771, and lands in Freston, St. Matthew Ipswich, Burstall and Hintlesham, woods in Nacton; cottage near salt water river, near Dunham Bridge or Dunham Reach, occupied by Richard Gooding, with docks, tolls for anchorage between high and low water mark, etc. (in Nacton); messuage, farm, etc. in Nacton and Ipswich, occupied by John Sawyer; messuage, farm, etc. in Nacton, occupied by Thomas May; mansion house, etc. in Nacton, occupied by William Rooke, Esq; messuage etc. occupied by James Cullum; all which lie in Nacton, Levington, Ipswich, Rushmere, Bucklesham or extra-parochial; TO Sir John Rous of Darsham, baronet, Simon Le Blanc, sergeant at law, and Samuel Kilderbee of Ipswich, gentleman, upon trust, as to estate in St. Matthew Ipswich, Burstall and Hintlesham, for Elizabeth Broke, his wife, for life; and then, together with part of the other estates [...], for Philip Bowes Vere Broke and the heirs male of his body, failing which to Charles and Horatio George, his second and third son, etc. in order. And as to another part of the estates to George Nassa of Trimley, Esq. and Charles Berners of Woolverstone, Esq., for 700 years upon trust to raise £6000 for the daughters of his first son, etc.
Copyhold estates in St. Matthew Ipswich, Burstall and Hintlesham, to Sir John Rous etc. upon trusts similar to those for the freehold estate.
Messuages and lands in Sproughton, Bramford, Aldham and Elmsett to his wife.
Advowson of St. Mary Woolnoth, London, to his wife for 99 years, on trust to present his first son to the living if he be fit and capable, and then to his sons in order.
Lands and tenements in Basildon, Nevendon, Vange and Ramsden Crays, Essex, to Sir John Rous, etc, upon trust to pay his debts, and pay remainder to his first son. 23 March 1793. Codicil: 17 April 1793.

Abstract of conveyance  HB26/412/557  14 July 1802

Contents:
Of messuages and lands in St. Mary, Rotherhithe, Surrey, 26ac. 1r. 37p., parcel of land adjoining 2r. 23p., and parcel of land with messuage, 6ac. 3r. 21p., in the same. Rt. Hon. Frederick Lord Carteret, Rt. Hon. George William Earl of Coventry, surviving trustee of Rt. Hon. Robert Earl Granville, John Leveson Gower, Esq., and Rt. Hon. John Lord Rous, Hon. Sir Simon Le Blanc, Edward Leveson Gower and Thomas Rashleigh, Esquires, trustees of marriage settlement of John Leveson Gower, Rev. George Granville of Calwick, Derby, clerk, James Martin of Middle Temple, London, Esq., and John Pardon of Southwark, Surrey, Esq., trustees under Act of Parliament (21 Geo. [...] III) for vesting part of settled estates of Rev. John Davis, clerk in Hants, Surrey and Devon in trust to be sold, etc., to Surry Canal Company, in accord with Act of Parliament (41 George III) for making a canal from Rotherhithe to Mitcham.

Copy of settlement on marriage  HB26/412/558  17 November 1802

Contents:
Between Philip Bowes Vere Broke of Nacton, Esq., Captain R.N., and Sarah Louisa Middleton, spinster, only surviving daughter of William Middleton of Crowfield Hall, Esq., and Harriot, his wife. Limitation and appointment of trust funds to John Lord Rous of Henham Hall, and Nathaniel Lee Acton of Livermere Park, Little Livermere, Esq., upon trust to pay £100 per year to Sarah Louisa Middleton, and after the death of her and her husband, for their children. Covenant by Philip Bowes Vere Broke, and Elizabeth Broke of Nacton, his mother, to settle an estate worth £500, to his use for life, and then to his wife.

Sealed packet  HB26/412/559  Undated

Contents:
Marked "Capt. Broke's Discharge to the trustees" and addressed to Rt. Hon. Lord Rous at No.8 Manchester Square.

Numbered 95 according to list:  [no ref. or date]

Sotherton Inclosure Award  HB26/412/560  5 October 1804

Contents:
Dated 4 July 1804 by Henry Jermyn of Sibton, Esq., Edmund Barber of Uggeshall, gentleman, and Robert Boyden of North Cove, gentleman, commissioners under an Act of Parliament for enclosing Sotherton Moor. Plan of Sotherton Moor, showing enclosures, dated 1803, scale 20" to mile (with notes of later purchase of two allotments by Lord Rous).
Attached:-
Quitclaim of right of way over piece of land, No.21, allotted to John Lord Rous in Award. John Dresser of Blyford Hall, Esq., to John Lord Rous. 29 September 1804.
Receipt for £300.14.9, 3 proportion of expenses of enclosure. R. Crabtree to John Lord Rous.

Marked: "Probate of Will of Sir John Rous (1735)". Numbered 96:  [no ref. or date]

Probate of will of Sir Robert Rous of Henham, baronet, dated 9 May 1735.  HB26/412/561  14 June 1735

Contents:
Manors, advowsons, messuages, tenements, lands, etc. in Suffolk and Norfolk, to John Rous, his son, and the heirs of his body, failing whom to the heirs of the testator's body, failing whom to the children of his sister Turner in order, failing whom to Peter Pullyn, son of his brother (in law) Peter Pullyn, and his children in order, etc. Provision for annuity to Dame Lydia, his wife. Peter Pullyn to be steward of all his manor courts. Messuages and lands in London and Middlesex to Lydia, his wife, and Robert Moxon of Barnards Inn, London, gentleman, to sell them, and buy estates in Suffolk, to similar uses as above. And of codicil dated 1 June 1735.

Bundle marked "Wangford Estate purchased from Ewen". Numbered 98.  HB26/412/562-578  [n.d.]

Copy of court roll: Reydon.  HB26/412/562  c 1654

Contents:
Admission of Theophilus Woodward, eldest brother of William Woodward, upon his death, to tenement called Veseys with appurtenances in Wangford and Reydon, 65 acres 1 rood; 2ac. 3r. of the same tenement, occupied by Robert Woodward; heath doole, surrounded by lands of the lord; piece of land, 1 acre 1r. late part of tenement Queekes in Wangford, in Pescodfeild; parcel of land, part of Martell Close, adjoining Claypitt Pightell; lands, meadows and marshes, late belonging to messuage called Arthis, formerly called Queekes, in Wangford and Reydon, i.e. 6 acres marsh, 16 acres land, 3 acres meadow; 3 pieces of land, parcel of tenement Tutweyes, one adjoining the Beare Way, 1 [...] acres, the second, adjoining the same, one acre, the third, adjoining the common, one acre. (The lands formerly belonged to Robert Woodward, father of William). 23 June 1654.

Copy of court roll: Reydon.  HB26/412/563  c 1656

Contents:
Admission of Theophilus Woodward, on surrender by Thomas Stronger, to piece of marsh or meadow, called the Great Meadow, in Wangford, 1½ acres, adjoining lands of Theophilus Woodward and John Rous; and meadow in Wangford, ½ acre, adjoining common pasture. 3 October 1656.

Copy of court roll: Reydon.  HB26/412/564  c 1658

Contents:
Admission of Isaack Luscs of Southwold, on surrender by Isaack Davie, to messuage and lands, 16 acres, part of a messuage called Arthis, formerly Queeks in Wangford and Reydon; and piece of land, 4 acres, adjoining lands of Robert Woodward and Reydon common. 21 April 1658.

Copy of court roll: Reydon.  HB26/412/565  c 1658

Contents:
Admission of Theophilus Woodward, on surrender by Isaac Luscs, to messuage and lands (as in HB26/412/564). 15 October 1658.

Copy of court roll: Reydon.  HB26/412/566  c 1678

Contents:
Admission of Daniell Woodward, only son of Theophilus Woodward, on death of his father, to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/562, 563 [...] 564) and three tenements, called Tobies, Winters and Laughters; cottage called Higges; tenement called Paines, tenement called Tutweyes with lands, and the Heath Dooles in Reydon; tenement called Waynfleet, with parcel of land, 1 acre; pightle, 2 acres, adjoining land called Harmans, and a heathdoole; 7 roods of land, late Connells, adjoining common heath and King's way; ½ acre of land, adjoining lands of John Tutweye; piece of land, 3 roods, adjoining common heath; piece of land, 7 perches, next to marsh of Thomas Warner; three acres of salt marsh of tenement Hartes; two acres of marsh, and heath doole adjacent; acre of land and salt marsh at the Freeth in Reydon; meadow, 3½ acres, in Wangford, adjoining common river and common heath; and piece of land, 1½ acres, in Wangford, adjoining common heath. Surrender by Daniel Woodward to the uses of his will. 19 Marsh 1678.

Mortgage  HB26/412/567  12 May 1740

Contents:
Lease for 500 years of freehold parts of messuages and lands in Wangford. Mary Deave of Reydon, widow, and John Ewen, gentleman, eldest son of John Ewen of the same, gentleman, deceased, who was eldest son and heir of Thomas Ewen of the same, gentleman, to Thomas Watson of Lowestoft, mariner.

Bond to observe conditions of agreement. Mary Deave and John Ewen to Thomas Watson.  HB26/412/568  12 May 1740

Quitclaim  HB26/412/569  12 August 1741

Contents:
Of equity of redemption of the messuages and lands (as in HB26/412/567), subject to right of redemption in a year. John Ewen of Reydon, gentleman, to Thomas Watson, of Lowestoft, mariner.

Copy of court roll: Reydon.  HB26/412/570  c 1742

Contents:
Admission of Samuel Stockens of Reydon, yeoman, on surrender by Gyles Verdon, to cottage with yard, late of Abraham Reeve. 9 February 1742.

Abstract of title of John Ewen  HB26/412/571  c 1744

Contents:
To copyhold estate in Wangford in the manor of Reydon. 1678-1744.

Agreement for sale  HB26/412/572  17 November 1747

Contents:
Of messuage in Wangford, with appurtenances in Wangford, Henham and Reydon, occupied by John Short; and cottage in Wangford, occupied by William Breame. John Ewen of Reydon, gent., to Dame Lydia Rous of Henham, widow.

Lease and release  HB26/412/573  4 5 July 1748

Contents:
Of messuage, with appurtenances, two acres, adjoining Wangford Common; Barn Close, 4 acres, adjoining; 5 pieces of land, 26 acres, adjoining way from Wangford Street to Wangford Common; piece of land, 4 acres, adjoining the common; parcel of land, the Dooles, 6 acres, adjoining the common; meadow, adjoining Wangford River, one acre; meadow, one acre, adjoining the river and the Dooles; two meadows, 3 acres, adjoining the same; three meadows, 4 acres, adjoining the river and common; Dry Close, adjoining the common, 10 acres; two meadows, six acres, adjoining; four meadows, eight acres, between the Dry Close and the river; four marshes, 19 acres, adjoining the river and the common pasture, called the Dooles; marsh, 2 acres, adjoining the Dooles and the river; marsh, 2 acres, adjoining the same; 18 pieces of land, 61 acres, adjoining common pasture, and King's highway from Wangford Street to Wolsey Bridge; meadow, 4 acres, adjoining Wangford river and common; and tenement, etc. on the west of the road opposite William Lenny's house; freehold and copyhold.
John Ewen of Reydon, gent., to Dame Lydia Rous of Henham, widow.

Quitclaim of leasehold interest  HB26/412/574  5 July 1748

Contents:
By way of mortgage, in messuage with appurtenances in Wangford, occupied by John Short.
Timothy Bullimer of Stallham, Norfolk, clerk, Ellis Bullimer of the same, clerk, and Sarah Fawcett of Cookley, spinster, executors of Jonathan Micklethwait of Croydon, Surrey, Esq., to Dame Lydia Rous of Henham, widow.

Lease and release  HB26/412/575  18 March 1748

Contents:
Of messuages and lands (as in HB26/412/573).
Dame Lydia Rous of Henham, widow, to Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet.

Copy of absolute surrender  HB26/412/576  c 1749

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, of copyhold lands and tenements. Samuel Stockens to the use of Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet, lord of the manor. 27 March 1749.

Copy of absolute surrender  HB26/412/577  c 1794

Contents:
Manor of Reydon. Dame Lydia Rous, widow, to the use of Sir John Rous. 27 Mar 1794

Copy of absolute surrender  HB26/412/578  c 1794

Contents:
Manor of Wangford. Dame Lydia Rous to the use of Sir John Rous. 27 Mar 1794

Bundle marked: "Writings relating to an Estate in Henham purchased of Gooch and Wife and Francis in 1775." Numbered 100. Also marked: "Writings belonging to Mr. Francis' Estate in Henham, dated 23rd Oct. 1755 Late Bransbys".  HB26/412/579-608  [n.d.]

Exemplification of recovery  HB26/412/579  1584

Contents:
Of closes called Lewkins and Clarkes at Henham, by Robert Rowland alias Vyncent, against William Lece, who in his answer traces the descent of the land from his grandfather William to his son, William, and his grandson, Richard, who died without issue, and whom he succeeded. Richard had made a demise for life to Robert Rowland, but as he held it in fee tail, William had resumed possession by force. Robert Rowland alias Vyncent, claims that William Lecce the grandfather intended his sons in law to succeed to the lands if the heirs of his son, William, failed. The surviving sons-in-law sold the lands to him, on their succession on the death of Richard Lece. William Lece does not think it necessary to make further answer. Judgement for Robert Rowland alias Vyncent, with damages.
18 November 27 Elizabeth (1584). Great seal mostly in fragments.

Bargain and sale  HB26/412/580  1595

Contents:
Of messuage called Dawsons with appurtenances, and two closes called Lewkyns and Clarkes, freehold and copyhold, in Henham and Wangford, formerly of William Leese of Henham. Mathewe Rowlande alias Vyncent of city of London, fishmonger, to Thomas Rowse of Henham, Esquire. 5 July 37 Elizabeth (1595).

Feoffment  HB26/412/581  1595

Contents:
Of two closes called Lewkins and Clarkes in Henham, and lands in Henham and Wangford. Mathew Rowland alias Vyncent, citizen and fishmonger of London, to Thomas Rowse of Henham, Esq. 6 July 37 Elizabeth (1595).

Quitclaim of lands and tenements  HB26/412/582  17 October 1596

Contents:
In Henham, Reydon, Wangford Uggeshall and Sotherton. William Leece of Great Jernenintham (?) Norfolk, cooper, to Thomas Rous of Henham, Esq.

Bargain and sale  HB26/412/583  1607

Contents:
Of tenement with appurtenances, called Leeces, in Henham and Sotherton, late of Rowland alias Vyncent; and land and pasture, 38 acres, in Henham, Sotherton and Bulcamp, late of Raphe Keble and Elizabeth, his wife; and meadow, one acre, in Henham, late of Robert Chapman; freehold and copyhold. Sir John Rouse of Henham, knight, to Raphe Cubit of Worstead, Norfolk, gentleman. 17 June, 5 40 James I (1607).

Feoffment  HB26/412/584  11 October 1607

Contents:
Of tenement and lands (as in HB26/412/583). John Rous of Henham, knight, to Raphe Cubitt of Worstead, Norfolk, gentleman.

Copy of will of Raph Cubitt of Bulcamp, gentleman.  HB26/412/585  c 1632

Contents:
Messuage in Henham, occupied by William Gay, with appurtenances, to Symon, his son; messuage in Bulcamp with appurtenances in Bulcamp and Henham, to Mary, his wife, for life, and then to Henry, his son, subject to legacies to his other children. 24 April 1632. Proved 24 May 1632.

Copy of court roll: Henham with Cravens.  HB26/412/586  c 1633

Contents:
Surrender by Peter Lyllye of pightle of pasture in Henham, adjoining land called Longe Lewkyns, and land called Brookes, belonging to tenement Skeats, 1¼ acres, being part of tenement Newmans and 20 acres; admission of Simon Cubytt. 1 October 9 Charles (1633).

Copy of will of Symon Cubit of Henham, yeoman.  HB26/412/587  c 1647/8

Contents:
Lands and tenements in Henham, Sotherton and Blyford to Marye Cubitt, his mother, and Henry Cubitt, his brother, until Symon, his son, reaches age of 21, on trust to bring up his children, and pay legacies. 1 March 1647/8. Proved 22 April 1647 (?1648).

Copy of court roll: Henham cum Cravens  HB26/412/588  c 1648

Contents:
(Two copies).
Admission of Simons Cubitt, only son of Simon Cubitt, on death of his father, to land (as in HB26/412/586). Custody of lands given to Henry Cubitt, his uncle, as he is under age. 17 October 1648.

Probate of will of Simon Cubitt of Middleton, dated 23 June 1665.  HB26/412/589  11 October 1665

Contents:
Houses and lands in Henham, Sotherton and Blyford, to be sold by executors, within two years.

Copy of the will in HB26/412/589.  HB26/412/590  c 1665

Bargain and sale of messuage and lands  HB26/412/591  30 April 1667

Contents:
In Henham, Sotherton and Blyford, freehold and copyhold. Thomas Brock of Darsham, gentleman, executor of Simon Cubitt, deceased, at direction of Thomas Lyell of Southwold, mariner, and Anne, his wife, sister of Simon Cubitt, Mary Cubitt of Saxmundham, spinster, and Martha Cubitt of Wrentham, spinster, also sisters of Simon Cubitt, to Margarett Girlinge of Middleton cum Fordley, widow.

Feoffment of messuage in Henham  HB26/412/592  30 April 1667

Contents:
Occupied by Edward Howes, with appurtenances, 60 acres. Thomas Brock, Thomas Liell, navigator, Mary Cubitt and Martha Cubitt to Margaret Girlinge and William Whincopp of Middleton, gentleman, to the use of Margaret Girlinge.

Copy of court roll: Henham cum Cravens.  HB26/412/593  c 1667

Contents:
Admission of Ann, wife of Thomas Lyell, Mary Cubitt and Martha Cubitt, spinsters, to land (as in HB26/412/586) on death of Simon Cubitt, their brother. Surrender by the same and by Thomas Lyell, and admission of Thomas Brock of Darsham, gentleman. Surrender by Thomas Brock to the uses of his will. 8 May 1667

Two indentures of fine  HB26/412/594  1667

Contents:
Concerning two messuages, two gardens, two orchards, 50 acres land, 10 acres meadow, 60 acres pasture and common of pasture, in Henham, Sotherton, Blyford and Wenhaston. Margaret Girling, widow, quer; Thomas Brock, gentleman, Thomas Lyell and Ann, his wife, Mary Cubitt and Martha Cubitt, deforc.
Month of Easter, 19 Charles II (1667).

Feoffment of messuage and land  HB26/412/595  13 June 1667

Contents:
(as in HB26/412/592). Margaret Girling of Middleton cum Fordley, widow, to Thomas Brock of Darsham, gentleman, her only son, and Edward Whincop of Middleton, gentleman, to the use of Thomas Brock.

Probate of will of Thomas Brock of Darsham, gentleman, dated 21 June 1667.  HB26/412/596  14 October 1667

Contents:
Copyhold lands, except those in Henham, late Cubitts, and those in Stradbroke, to Thomas Brock, his only son. Freehold lands and tenements in Westhall to Mary his wife for life, and then to Thomas, his son. Copyhold lands in Stradbroke to be sold to pay his debts. Lands and tenements in Henham to Mary, his daughter, at the age of 21.

Copy of court roll: Henham cum Cravens.  HB26/412/597  c 1668

Contents:
Admission of Mary Brock, daughter of Thomas Brock, gentleman, on death of her father, to land (as in HB26/412/586). 15 April 1668.

Deed to lead uses of a fine  HB26/412/598  4 January 1727

Contents:
To be levied concerning freehold lands in Hinton, Thorington, Blythburgh, Walberswick, Blyford, Henham and Sotherton, by Robert Bransby of Laxton, Norfolk, surgeon, and Mary, his wife, to Francis Bransby of Tasburgh, Norfolk, gentleman, to the use of Mary Bransby for life, and then to the use of Joseph Watts of Shottesham, Norfolk, gentleman, for 500 years upon trusts, and then to use of Robert Bransby for life, etc. and then for their children.

Two indentures of fine  HB26/412/599  1727/8

Contents:
Concerning a messuage, 50 acres land, 10 acres meadow, and 20 acres pasture, in Hinton, Thorington, Blythburgh, Walberswick, Blyford, Henham and Sotherton. Francis Bransby, gentleman, quer; Robert Bransby and Mary, his wife, deforc. Octave of St. Hilary, 1 George II (1727/8).

Revocation  HB26/412/600  10 January 1744

Contents:
Of some of uses prescribed in HB26/412/599, by Robert Bransby of Shottesham, Norfolk, gentleman, and Mary, his wife. Power given to Joseph Watts to raise money from the land, in case there is no issue born to Robert and Mary Bransby, etc.

Abstract of title  HB26/412/601  c 1755

Contents:
Four acres of land in Thorington, 1495-1588.
Spurlings Meadow, 5 acres, and other land in Thorington, 1393-1615.
Messuage and land in Henham, 60 acres, (as in HB26/412/592), 1584-1667.
Copyhold land in Henham (as in HB26/412/586), 1633-1668.
Descent of the lands continued in narrative form to 1755.
Opinion of Stephen Gardiner on the title, 11 September 1755.

Release and discharge  HB26/412/602  11 February 1755

Contents:
Concerning payment of £500 as legacy under will of Mary Bransby of Acle, Norfolk, formerly of Shottisham All Saints, Norfolk, widow of Robert Bransby. Thomas Leath of Acle, Norfolk, surgeon, and Anne Maria, his wife, the sole executrix and residuary legatee of Mary Bransby, to Benjamin Gooch and Elizabeth, his wife, daughter of Robert and Mary Bransby.

Assignment of a term of 500  HB26/412/603  11 February 1755

Contents:
Years in trust (as in HB26/412/598). Edward Fenn of city of London, collar-maker, and Thomas Lindoe of the same, worsted-weaver, executors of Henry Jermyn of the same, woolcomber, who was surviving executor of Joseph Watts of Shottisham, Norfolk, gentleman, by direction of Benjamin Gooch of Shottisham, surgeon, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Robert Francis of Norwich, gentleman, and Mary, his wife, to John Manistre of Shottisham, clerk, in trust for Elizabeth, wife of Benjamin Gooch, and Mary, the wife of Robert Francis, to wait upon the freehold inheritance.

Lease and release  HB26/412/604  22 23 October 1755

Contents:
Of messuage, late of Robert Bransby, now of Benjamin Gooch and Robert Francis, with appurtances, in Henham, and closes of land meadow and pasture, late of the same, and now of the same, in Thorington, freehold and copyhold. Benjamin Gooch of Shottisham, Norfolk, surgeon, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Robert Francis of Norwich, gentleman, and Mary, his wife, to Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet.

Bond to perform conditions of agreement.  HB26/412/605  23 October 1755

Contents:
Benjamin Gooch and Robert Francis to Sir John Rous.

Assignment of a term of 500 years  HB26/412/606  23 October 1755

Contents:
In trust (as in HB26/412/598). John Manistre of Shottisham, Norfolk, clerk, by appointment of Benjamin Gooch of the same, surgeon, and Elizabeth, his wife, to Robert Francis of Norwich, gentleman, and Mary, his wife, to Robert Buxton of Darsham, clerk, in trust for Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet, to wait upon the freehold inheritance.

Two indentures of fine  HB26/412/607  1755

Contents:
Concerning lands (as in HB26/412/599). Sir John Rous, pet; Benjamin Gooch and Elizabeth, his wife, and Robert Francis and Mary, his wife, deforc. Morrow of All Saints, 29 George II (1755).

Copy of absolute surrender  HB26/412/608  26 November 1755

Contents:
Manor of Henham with Cravens, of lands and tenements, by Benjamin Gooch and Elizabeth, his wife, and Robert Francis and Mary, his wife, to the use of Sir John Rous, lord of the manor.

Bundle marked: "Writings relating to an Estate at Reydon in Suffolk, purchased of Christopher Smear Clk. and William Lenny in 1754" Numbered 101.  HB26/412/609-634  [n.d.]

Copy of court roll: Reydon.  HB26/412/609  22 January 1674

Contents:
Admission of Mary Woodward, only daughter of Robert Woodward, on death of her father, to messuage called Thornes, with various little parcels adjacent, formerly one close, 6 acres, adjoining common way called Highstreete way; meadow, 2 acres, in Wangford, adjoining Doole Meadow, the river, and common land; various pieces of marsh, salt and fresh, part of tenement Thornes; pightle of land, parcel of tenement Veseys, formerly in three pieces, 2 acres, called Butchers Pightle, adjoining land called Butchers; three roods of land, parcel of tenement Veseys, adjoining Common Mere; 4ac. 1r. of land, parcel of tenement Arthys, formerly Queeks, adjoining land of tenement Veseys; meadow and marsh in three pieces, 6½ acres, parcel of tenement Arthys formerly Queeks; three roods of land, parcel of Butchers, in Wangford; piece of land in Wangford, 3 acres; piece of land, parcel of tenement Tutweys, 3 acres, in Wangford, adjoining Wangford Heath; piece of land, parcel of tenement Queeks, adjoining the Beerway, 1 acre, lying, with the last piece, in Todds Close; and piece of arable, one acre, lying in the plain.

Admission of Thomas Ewen of Reydon, gentleman  HB26/412/610  16 October 1689

Contents:
On surrender by Samuel Atkins, and Thomas Riches, to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/609). (Samuel Atkins and Thomas Riches were admitted on the death of Mary, wife of John Lyell, and daughter of Robert Woodward).

Extract from will of Thomas Ewen of Reydon, gentleman.  HB26/412/611  19 January 1704/5

Contents:
Messuage and lands in Reydon, occupied by Syryack Breame to John Ewen, his son.

Bargain and sale  HB26/412/612  28 November 1741

Contents:
Of Heath Dool, with lime kiln, shodds, etc., adjoining salt marshes, and road from Wolsey Bridge to Southwold. John Ewen of Reydon, gentleman, to William Lenney of the same, merchant.

Abstract of title of John Ewen  HB26/412/613  c 1742

Contents:
Son of John Ewen, to copyhold lands in Reydon, purchased of him by William Lenney. 1671-1742.

Quitclaim of messuage  HB26/412/614  25 October 1743

Contents:
Occupied by Thomas Garwood, called Burnt House Farm, in Reydon. Martin Ewen of Yoxford, woollen draper, to John Ewen of Reydon, gentleman, his elder brother.

Lease and release of messuage in Reydon  HB26/412/615  11 November 1743

Contents:
Occupied by Thomas Garwood, with appurtenances; three pightles adjoining, between Reydon Common, and a way from Wangford to Southwold, 5½ acres; nine pieces of land, in Reydon, adjoining the same way, a way from John Ewen's house to Wolsey Bridge, and a common way from Wangford - Southwold Road towards Wolsey Bridge, 57 acres; meadow in Wangford, 2¾ acres, between the river and Cragg Pit Common; Wangford Pightle, adjoining Reydon Common; dool lands upon Reydon Common, adjoining the said way from the road to Wolsey Bridge; piece of dool land with tenement, lime kilns, sheds and haven or cut of water; and salt marshes, between river and the heath dools; freehold and copyhold; all occupied by Thomas Garwood.
John Ewen of Reydon, gentleman, to William Lenney of Reydon, merchant.

Mortgage: lease for 1000 years  HB26/412/616  14 November 1743

Contents:
Of lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/615). William Lenney of Reydon, merchant, to Robert Smith of Henham, yeoman.

Copies of lease and release  HB26/412/617 618  c 1743/4

Contents:
Of piece of land in Reydon, adjoining way from house of John Ewen towards Woolsey Bridge, 2r. 15p.; piece of land in Reydon, adjoining same way, 2ac. 1r. 25p.; slip or piece of land to be taken out of a large inclosure of John Playters, 2ac. 2r. 10p., adjoining same way. John Playters of Weston, Esq. to William Lenney of Reydon, merchant. 2 3 January 1743/4

Copy of court roll: Reydon.  HB26/412/619  c 1743

Contents:
Admission of William Lenney of Reydon, merchant, on surrender by John Ewen, gentleman, to messuage occupied by Thomas Garwood, and lands (as in HB26/412/615). 11 November 1743

Surrender, manor of Reydon  HB26/412/620  22 January 1749/50

Contents:
Of piece of meadow or marsh ground in Wangford, between the river, and the doole lands of William Lenney, 2 acres. John Crispe of Wangford, malster, to the use of Sir John Rous, of Henham, baronet, lord of the manor.

Surrender, manor of Reydon  HB26/412/621  22 January 1749/50

Contents:
Of piece of meadow or marsh ground in Wangford, between the river and doole lands of William Lenney, 4 acres. Robert Baggett of Wangford, yeoman, to use of Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet, lord of the manor.

Bond to guarantee title  HB26/412/622  22 January 1749/50

Contents:
To copyhold lands surrendered (as in HB26/412/620 621). Robert Baggett and John Crispe to Sir John Rous.

Lease and release  HB26/412/623  31 January 1 February 1749/50

Contents:
Of piece of meadow or marsh in Wangford, adjoining Woolsey Cawesway, the river, the doole lands of William Lenney, and the next described piece; and the two pieces of meadow or marsh (as in HB26/412/620 621). Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet, to William Lenney of Reydon, gentleman.

Bond to guarantee title  HB26/412/624  14 October 1750

Contents:
To copyhold lands of the manor of Reydon (a piece of meadow in Wangford, 2¾ acres, between the river and Cragg Pitt Common) surrendered to the use of Robert Buxton of Darsham, clerk, in trust for Sir John Rous.
William Lenney of Reydon, gentleman, to Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet.

Assignment of mortgage  HB26/412/625  21 January 1750/1


Related information: (See HB26/412/616)

Contents:
(Lease for 1000 years) of lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/615). Joseph Warne of Wingfield, carpenter, executor of Robert Smith of Henham, yeoman, by direction of William Lenney of Reydon, gentleman, to Benjamin Bullar of Halesworth, woollen draper.

Conditional surrender  HB26/412/626  21 January 1750/1

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, of copyhold lands and tenements. William Lenny of Reydon, merchant, to the use of Benjamin Bullar of Halesworth, woollen draper.

Bond to observe conditions of agreement.  HB26/412/627  January 1750

Contents:
William Lenney to Benjamin Bullar.

Bargain and sale  HB26/412/628  21 October 1752

Contents:
Of piece of dool land, parcel of Reydon Heath, 15 acres, adjoining road from Henham Hall to Southwold, and highway from Woolsey Bridge to Reydon Wood; and salt marsh, one acre, in Wangford. John Brame the elder of Wangford, yeoman, and John Brame the younger, his only son, to William Lenney of Reydon, merchant.

Copy of court roll: Reydon.  HB26/412/629, 630  No date

Contents:
Admission of William Lenney of Reydon, gentleman, on surrender by John Brame, to acre of salt marsh; and the Heath Dooles. 21 October 1752.
Enclosed:-
Annual quit rents to be paid by William Lenney for estate late Ewen's, to Wangford and Reydon manors.

Release of lands and tenements  HB26/412/631  6 7 October 1754

Contents:
(As in HB26/412/615, except meadow in Wangford, 2¾ acres). Christopher Smear of Frostenden, clerk, only acting executor of William Lenney of Reydon, gentleman, to Robert Buxton of Darsham, clerk, in trust for Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet. Quitclaim by William Lenney of Reydon, gentleman, only son and heir at law of William Lenney, deceased.

Bond to guarantee title  HB26/412/632  7 October 1754

Contents:
To copyhold land in Reydon, Clay Pitt Pieces, adjoining lands of William Lenney, 2 acres; three pieces of salt marsh, 2 acres, 1 acre and 1 acre; and Heath Doole, 4 acres, surrendered to the use of Robert Buxton of Darsham, clerk, on trust for Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet. Elizabeth Lenney of Reydon, widow, and Hannah Browne of Reydon, spinster, to Sir John Rous.

Assignment of leasehold interest  HB26/412/633  22 October 1754

Contents:
By way of mortgage in lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/615). Samuel Badeley of Walpole, gentleman, and Simon Rix of Uggeshall, gentleman, executors of Benjamin Buller of Halesworth, woollen draper, by direction of Christopher Smear of Frostenden, clerk, only acting executor of William Lenney of Reydon, gentleman, and William Lenney of Reydon, gentleman, only son and heir at law of William Lenney, deceased, to William Leach of Uggeshall, clerk, in trust for Robert Buxton of Darsham, clerk.

Declaration of trust  HB26/412/634  30 October 1754

Contents:
In respect of messuage formerly of Robert Baggett, and then of William Lenney, in Wangford, with appurtenances in Wangford and Reydon, and lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/631). Robert Buxton of Darsham, clerk, to Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet.

Bundle marked: "Writings relating to an Estate at Henham purchased of Mrs. Mary Meeke in 1755." Numbered 102.  HB26/412/635-658  [n.d.]

"Mr. Britiffe's and Mr. Barney's directions when the matters in question were referred", concerning administration of estate of Mr. Warford by his executors.  HB26/412/635  21 October 1720

Copy of court roll: Henham with Cravens.  HB26/412/636  c 1721

Contents:
Admission of Sara Reynolds, wife of William Reynolds of Henham, yeoman, on death of Rebecca Folkard, widow, her only sister, to three pieces of land in Henham, one adjoining Horse Close, common way from Wangford to Westhall, and common way from Wangford to Henham Green, 2½ acres, the second adjoining Horse Close, the first way and common way from Wangford to Henham Moor, 2 acres, the third adjoining the said ways and the way from Blythburgh to Bixleys, 8 acres; two closes of land, 8 acres, in Sotherton, adjoining highway from Henham Green to Sotherton Moor; messuage called Mowses with appurtenances; piece of land, adjoining way from Wangford Church to Sotherton Moor, 2½ acres; four closes of meadow or pasture, adjoining the said messuage, common way from Henham Green to Blyford, and way from Sotherton Moor to the said way, 12 acres; and piece of land, 16 perches, adjoining Horse Close and way from Wangford to Westhall. 27 April 1721.

Surrender  HB26/412/637  13 July 1724

Contents:
Manor of Henham with Cravens, of copyhold lands and tenements. William Reynolds, gentleman, and Sarah, his wife, to the use of Sir Charles Blois of Cockfield Hall, Yoxford, baronet.

Bond to guarantee title  HB26/412/638  28 September 1726

Contents:
To copyhold lands in the manor of Henham cum Cravens conditionally surrendered. Sarah Reynolds of Hales(worth) Suffolk, widow, to John Clayton of Peasenhall gentleman.

Bond to guarantee title  HB26/412/639  23 October 1728

Contents:
To copyhold lands in the manors of Henham with Cravens and Wangford, conditionally surrendered by Sarah Reynolds of Halesworth, widow, William Brice of Halesworth, gentleman, to Mary Skoulding of Sibton, widow.

Copy of quit claim  HB26/412/640  c 1728

Contents:
Of copyhold lands in the manor of Henham with Cravens, three pieces of land, and piece of land, 16 perches (as in HB26/412/636). Mary Skoulding of Sibton, widow, to Sarah Reynolds of Halesworth, widow. 24 October 1728.

Bond to guarantee title  HB26/412/641  6 May 1729

Contents:
To copyhold land in the manor of Henham with Cravens, surrendered by William Brice of Halesworth, gentleman, and Sarah, his wife. William Brice to John Smyth of Holton, butcher.

Copy of court roll: Henham with Cravens.  HB26/412/642  c 1729

Contents:
Admission of John Smyth of Holton, butcher, on surrender by William Brice and Sarah, his wife, to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/636, except three pieces of land, and piece of land, 16 perches). 28 November 1729.

Draft of mortgage  HB26/412/643  1 April 1730

Contents:
Conditional surrender, manor of Henham with Cravens, of copyhold lands and tenements. John Smith and Mary, his wife, to the use of Francis Rumsby of Chediston, yeoman.

Bond to pay money owed.  HB26/412/644  1 April 1730

Contents:
John Smith of Halesworth, yeoman, to Francis Rumsby of Chediston, yeoman.

Mortgage: conditional surrender  HB26/412/645  14 November 1738

Contents:
Manor of Henham with Cravens, of copyhold lands and tenements. John Smith to the use of Ralph Blois of Yoxford, clerk.

Bond to pay money owed.  HB26/412/646  14 November 1738

Contents:
John Smith to Ralph Blois of Yoxford, clerk.

Memorandum of agreement  HB26/412/647  29 September 1740

Contents:
Concerning terms of tenancy of messuages, occupied by William Spall and Thomas Stanton, and lands, barns and stables in Sotherton and Henham, occupied by John Smith; leased by John Smith of Halesworth, to Thomas Garwood of Sotherton.

Bond to pay money owed  HB26/412/648  17 October 1741

Contents:
Under a mortgage, conditional surrender, of lands and tenements in the manor of Henham with Cravens. John Smith of Halesworth, yeoman, to John Meek of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, mariner.

Agreement  HB26/412/649  20 March 1745/6

Contents:
That copyhold lands in Henham with Cravens and Halesworth, mortgaged to John Meeke of Great Yarmouth, mariner, and John Ramey of the same, gentleman, shall be charged with the payment of £375. John Smith of Halesworth, yeoman, to John Meeke.

Bond to pay money owed.  HB26/412/650  20 March 1745/6

Contents:
John Smith to John Meeke.

Lease and release  HB26/412/651  5 6 February 1747/8

Contents:
Of messuage or farm house with appurtenances in Henham, and Sotherton, occupied by Robert Wilsher and John Flower; messuages and lands in Halesworth, occupied by John Smith and Edmond Miller and Thomas Prince, the parish officers of Halesworth, Richard Gissing and John Buxton; and tenement and lands in Blyford, occupied by Samuel Savage, freehold and copyhold. John Smith of Halesworth, butcher, to Mary Meeke of Great Yarmouth.

Surrender  HB26/412/652  6 February 1747/8

Contents:
Manor of Henham with Cravens, of copyhold lands and tenements. John Smith of Halesworth, butcher, and Mary, his wife, to the use of Mary Meek of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, widow.

Bond to guarantee title  HB26/412/653  6 February 1747

Contents:
To copyhold lands in the manors of Henham with Cravens, and Wangford. John Smith to Mary Meek.

Copy of court roll: Henham with Cravens.  HB26/412/654  c 1748

Contents:
Admission of Mary Meek of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, widow, through her attorney John Ramsy of the same, gentleman, on surrender by John Smith of Halesworth, butcher, to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/642). 7 November 1748.

Abstract of Title: Mary Meek, widow for certain copyhold lands held in the manor of Henham with Cravens.  HB26/412/655  7 November 1748

Release of an estate in Henham. Mrs Mary Meek to Sir John Rous  HB26/412/656  17 Oct 1755

Bond of Obligation. Mrs Mary Meek to Sir John Rous.  HB26/412/657  17 Oct 1755

Absolute Surrender to property in the Manor of Henham with Cravens. Mrs Mary Meek to Sir John Rous  HB26/412/658  3 Nov 1755

Bundle marked: "Writings belonging to the piece of land in Bulcampe purchased by Mr Rabett." Numbered 103  HB26/412/659  [n.d.]

Lease and Release of a piece of land called K(?)ozens Park in Bulcampe. Between Reginald Rabett of Bramfield and Sir John Rous.  HB26/412/659  17 and 18 Dec 1760

Bundle marked: "Title Deeds relating to premises at Blythburgh and Bulcampe." Numbered 106  HB26/412/660-662  [n.d.]

Bargain and Sale of ? Estate. Between William Revett of Bildeston and Mr Smyth  HB26/412/660  29 Sep 1693

Lease of property: William Revett and Drury Smith  HB26/412/661  29 Sep 1693

Bargain and Sale: Drury Smith of Ginningham, Norfolk, and Elizabeth his wife and Ann Colston of Walsingham  HB26/412/662  18 Nov 1702

Bundle marked: "Writings and Title Deeds relating to a piece of land in Henham purchased by Thomas Roe." Numbered 107  HB26/412/663-666  [n.d.]

Copy of assignment of leasehold interest  HB26/412/663  c 1759

Contents:
By way of mortgage (lease for 1000 years) in messuage called Bottles in Stoven, 18 acres meadow and pasture in Stoven, divided in seven pieces, adjoining common way from Stoven to Uggeshall, the Park Way from Uggeshall to Sotterley, and Stoven Common; Round Meadow, one acre, in Stoven, with a way leading to it called Scotteswell Way, adjoining the procession way to the south; meadow or fen in Henham, 3 acres, adjoining river; and piece of land, ½ acre, adjoining. Francis Wollaston of Charterhouse Square, Middlesex, Esq. at direction of Elizabeth Wollaston of Great Bond St., Middlesex, widow, and executrix of William Wollaston, of St. James' Square, Middx., Esq. (brother of Francis Wollaston) and Frederick Wollaston of Bury St. Edmunds, clerk, a son of William Wollaston, to Thomas Roe of Sotterley, bricklayer. 18 June 1759.

Assignment of leasehold interest  HB26/412/664  9 April 1760

Contents:
By way of mortgage (lease for 500 years) in lands (in Henham only, as above). Susan Knights of Reddisham, widow, mortgagee, by direction of Thomas Roe of Sotterley, bricklayer, to Peter Pullyn of Westhall, gentleman, in trust for Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet.

Assignment of leasehold interest  HB26/412/665  10 April 1760

Contents:
(1000 years) in lands (as in HB26/412/664), Thomas Roe of Sotterley, bricklayer, to Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet.
(Sir John Rous did not apparently acquire the reversion).

Bond to observe conditions of agreement.  HB26/412/666  10 April 1760

Contents:
Thomas Roe to Sir John Rous.

Bundle marked: "Writings relating to an Estate late Mr. Humphrey's, copyhold of Wangford and other manors." Numbered 108.  HB26/412/667-675  [n.d.]

Mortgage: conditional surrender  HB26/412/667  25 December 1741

Contents:
Manor of Henham with Cravens, of copyhold lands and tenements. John Humphreys, clerk, to the use of Robert Thompson of Southwold, beer-brewer.

Mortgage: manor of Reydon.  HB26/412/668  [n.d.]

Mortgage: manor of Wangford.  HB26/412/669  [n.d.]

Mortgage: conditional surrender  HB26/412/670  15 November 1746

Contents:
Manor of Henham with Cravens, of copyhold lands and tenements. John Humphreys, clerk, to the use of Dame Lydia Rous of Henham, widow.

Mortgage: manor of Reydon.  HB26/412/671  [n.d.]

Mortgage: manor of Wangford.  HB26/412/672  [n.d.]

Bond to pay money owed.  HB26/412/673  15 November 1746

Contents:
Dame Lydia Rous of Henham, widow, to Robert Thompson of Southwold, beer-brewer.

Bond to guarantee title  HB26/412/674  15 November 1746

Contents:
To copyhold lands conditionally surrendered, and to pay money owed. John Humphreys of Spexhall, clerk, to Dame Lydia Rous.

Surrender  HB26/412/675  20 November 1751

Contents:
Manor of Henham with Cravens, of copyhold lands and tenements: Elizabeth David, widow, John Humphreys, and Margaret, his wife, and David Reece, son and heir of Lewry Reece, deceased (Elizabeth, Margaret and Lewry being coheirs of John Thomas otherwise Humphreys, clerk) to the use of Lidia, wife of Robert Buxton, clerk, formerly Dame Lidia Rous, widow.
Surrender, manor of Reydon.
Surrender, manor of Wangford.

Bundle marked: "Release from Sarah Reynolds, wo., of 4 pieces of land in Henham (1728)" Numbered 112.  HB26/412/676-678  [n.d.]

Quitclaim  HB26/412/676  24 October 1728


Related information: (A copy of this deed is at HB26/412/640).

Contents:
Of three pieces of copyhold land, and piece of land, 16 perches, in Henham (as in HB26/412/636). Mary Skoulding of Sibton, widow, mortgagee, to Sarah Reynolds of Halesworth, widow, mortgagor.

Copy of surrender  HB26/412/677  c 1728

Contents:
Manor of Henham with Cravens, of four pieces of land, meadow or pasture with barn lately built, 14 acres. Sarah Reynolds, widow, to the use of Sir John Rous, Lord of the Manor. 28 October 1728.

Lease and release  HB26/412/678  28 29 October 1728

Contents:
Of four pieces of land meadow or pasture in Henham with barn lately built, gravel pit, and appurtenances, 20 acres, freehold and copyhold. Sarah Reynolds of Halesworth, widow, to Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet.

Bundle marked: "Writings relating to land in Bulcamp purchased of Rd. Thompson and Jno May". Numbered 119.  HB26/412/679-686  [n.d.]

Copy of will of Mathew Walter of Blyford, yeoman.  HB26/412/679  c 1589

Contents:
Lands and tenements in Blyford, purchased of Thomas Backe, to Margaret, his wife, for life, and then, together with close in Holton, 18 acres, and meadow in Bulcamp, to John Parker, his cousin, subject to payment of a total of £10 a year to the poor of Fersfield and Bressingham, Norfolk, Holton, Blyford, Halesworth, Blythburgh, Bulcamp, Southwold, Reydon, Wangford, Henham, Uggeshall and Stoven. Meadow in Bulcamp to his wife, for life. Tenement and lands called the Oke in Attleborough, Norfolk, and lands and tenements in Holton, to be sold after ten years. Tenement in Southwold, purchased of John Spenser, to Anthony Morse. Meadow or fen in Uggeshall to Thomas Morse, son of the above. 2 July 1589.

Copy of will of Robert Bacon of Shadingfield, yeoman.  HB26/412/680  c 1673

Contents:
Messuage and tenement, late occupied by Daniel Turner, and tenement occupied by - Bush and Mary Voulls(?) in Blyford, and meadow in Bulcamp, to Barbara, his wife, for life. Then the first messuage, and a meadow occupied by Francis Clarke to Elizabeth and Sarah Bacon, his daughters. The second tenement and two hemplands in Blyford, to Martha Bacon, another daughter. 20 November 1673.
Opinion of Robert Davy on the HB26/412/679 will.

Copy of release  HB26/412/681  c 1747

Contents:
Of messuage occupied by Samuel Savage, with appurtenances, in Blyford, adjoining common way from Holton to Blythburgh, 34 acres; close of meadow and pasture in Blyford, adjoining the same way, 3½ acres; and meadow in Bulcamp, in Shermouth, adjoining Shermans meadow, the river, the Drain, and Burmans meadow, 3 acres. Sarah Crowfoot and Margaret Crowfoot of Beccles, spinsters, coheirs of Sarah, widow of William Crowfoot of Beccles, grocer, and surviving daughter of Robert Bacon of Blyford, yeoman, to Richard Thompson of Blyford, gentleman. 14 January 1747

Release  HB26/412/682  6 June 1753

Contents:
Of meadow in Bulcamp called Phillipps's Meadow, in Shermouth, adjoining Shermeadow, Burmans Meadow, the river and the Drain, 3 acres. Richard Thompson of Blyford, gentleman, to Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet.

Covenant by Richard Thompson of Blyford, gentleman  HB26/412/683  1753

Contents:
That his messuage and lands in Blyford shall be charged with the payment of sums under the will of Matthew Walter, to the poor of Fersfield, Bressingham, Blyford, Bulcamp, Blythburgh, Southwold, Reydon, Wangford, Uggeshall and Stoven. Covenant by Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet..... the meadow in ..........y him, shall b.......... [...] the payment ...........y ear to the poor...... under the same N.H. [...].. June 1753

Bond to guarantee title  HB26/412/684  7 June 1753

Contents:
To the above land. Joseph Thompson of Blyford, gentleman, and Richard Thompson of the same, gentleman, to Sir John.
(It appears the land was formerly copyhold of the manor of Blyford, but was, together with all other copyhold of the manor, enfranchised - 17th century (?)).

Bond to perform conditions of agreement  HB26/412/685  4 February 1761

Contents:
John May of Southwold, gentleman, to Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet.

Lease and release  HB26/412/686  3 4 February 1761

Contents:
Of piece of land in Bulcamp, between Bulcamp Walk, and highway from Beccles to Blythburgh, 1½ acres, occupied by Thomas Page. John May of Southwold, gentleman, to Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet.

Bundle marked: "Writings belonging to the Henham Lands purchased of Tho. Barker in the year 1763." Numbered 120 (formerly 21).  HB26/412/637-694  [n.d.]

Copy of court roll: Henham with Cravens.  HB26/412/687  c 1687

Contents:
Admission of Edmund Bohun, Esquire, kinsman and next heir of Humfrey Bohun, gentleman, deceased, on the death of Dorothea, widow of Humfrey Bohun, to a close in Henham, Great B(r)each 19 acres, adjoining Sotherton Common to north, the Weeke Lane to east, and Little Breach to west, late of Awdrey Knyvett, widow, mother of Humfrey. 26 May 1687.

Copy of court roll: Henham with Cravens.  HB26/412/688  c 1701

Contents:
Admission of Edmund Bohun, eldest son of Edmund Bohun, on death of his father, to land (as in HB26/412/687). 17 October 1701.
(Edmund Bohun bequeathed to his son messuages and lands in Westhall, Spexhall, Uggeshall, Sotherton and Henham).

Surrender  HB26/412/689  2 March 1708/9

Contents:
Manor of Henham with Cravens, of copyhold lands and tenements. Edmund Bohun, gentleman, and Hannah, his wife, to the use of Sarah, wife of George Crisp of Henham, yeoman, for life, and then to heirs of her body, failing whom to Elizabeth wife of William Bell, gentleman.

Copy of court roll: Henham with Cravens.  HB26/412/690  c 1709

Contents:
Admission of Sarah Crisp, to copyhold lands and tenements (as above) on surrender by Edmund Bohun and Hannah, his wife. 4 May 1709.

Copy of will of Sarah Crispe, wife of George Crispe of Sotherton, yeoman.  HB26/412/691  c 1724

Contents:
Messuages and lands in Sotherton and Henham to her husband for life, and then estate in Sotherton to William Crispe, her son, and the heirs of his body, failing whom to George Crispe, her second son, and the heirs of his body, failing whom to Elizabeth and Ann, her daughters; the estate in Henham to William Bell, junior, of Outchell (Uggeshall), and John Reynolds of Westhall Hall, in trust to sell it. 30 March 1724.

Copy of court roll: Henham with Cravens.  HB26/412/692  c 1742

Contents:
Admission of Anne, wife of John Smith of Reydon, malster, only daughter and heir at law of John Reynolds of Westhall Hall, deceased, under will of Sarah Crispe to close in Henham (as in HB26/412/687).
Admission of Thomas Barker of Sotherton, yeoman, on surrender by John Smith and Anne, his wife. Surrender by Thomas Barker, and readmission for life, and then to Thomas Barker, his son, for life, and then to their heirs. 12 February 1742.

Surrender  HB26/412/693  10 March 1763

Contents:
Manor of Henham with Cravens, of close (as in HB26/412/687), Thomas Barker, late of Westhall, and now of Wissett, schoolmaster (only son and heir at law of Thomas Barker of Holton, yeoman) and Sarah, his wife, to the use of Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet.

Bond to guarantee title  HB26/412/694  10 March 1763

Contents:
To the above land. Thomas Barker to Sir John Rous.

Bundle numbered 121.  HB26/412/695-696  [n.d.]

Lease and release  HB26/412/695  16 17 July 1760

Contents:
Of meadow or marsh in Henham and Wangford, between river and lands of Sir John Rous, 2½ acres, part of Pyeshall Farm in Wrentham. Philip Brewster of Wrentham, Esq., eldest son and heir at law of Humphrey Brewster of the same, Esq., to Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet.

Bond to keep conditions of agreement  HB26/412/696  17 July 1760

Contents:
Philip Brewster to Sir John Rous.

Bundle marked: "The Writeings of the estate in Henham purchased of Nathaniel Briggs, 26th November 1760" Numbered 122 (formerly 18).  HB26/412/697-719  [n.d.]

Bargain and sale  HB26/412/697  2 April 1613

Contents:
Of piece of land, 9 perches, parcel of tenement of Mary Archer, in Dunwich, with les Dooles, in the parish of St. Peter, adjoining highway on west, late of William Bulbroke, merchant, her father. Mary Archer of Dunwich, widow, and William Bird, her son and heir, sailor, to John Back of Sancroft, yeoman.

Mortgage: lease for 1000 years  HB26/412/698  29 September 1659

Contents:
Of close of land in Henham, between packway from Henham Green towards tenement Skeets, on south and Henham Green on east, 2 acres, and pightle of pasture or meadow in Sotherton, adjoining Henham Green, one acre. Anne Stynnett of Henham, widow, to John Mills of Sibton, turner, and Mary, his wife.

Deed to lead uses of a fine  HB26/412/699 700  20 January 1659/60

two copies

Contents:
To be levied concerning messuage lately built with lands in Middleton with Fordley, late of John Knights of Middleton, and messuage of Anne Stynnett with appurtenances, in Wangford; Henham and Sotherton, late of William Lylly of Wangford; by Robert Barrowe of Yoxford, gentleman, and Anne, his wife, and John Mills and Mary, his wife, to William Barowe, late of Middleton, clerk, and Anne Stynnett of Henham, widow, to the following uses: as to messuage and lands between Henham Green, Wangford Breach Close, the way from Sotherton Moor to Henham Green and way from Henham Green to tenement Skeets, 4½ acres 3p., and piece of land 2ac. 3r. 3p. in Henham, and a pightle of meadow or pasture in Sotherton, adjoining Henham Green, to the use of Anne Stynnett. And as for messuage lately built; a pightle, 3 roods, adjoining highway from Kelsale to Middleton church; meadow, one acre, adjoining, next to Opyn Meadowe; piece of land, one acre, adjoining land called Ryngolls, and chaseway to Cake Street; piece of land, adjoining Opyn Meadowe and the Chaseway from Kelsale to Middleton church; piece of land, two acres, in Countas Close adjoining Oldyards pightle, and common way from Yoxford to Theberton; and piece of land, 3 roods in Millfield, adjoining lands late of Abbot of Leiston; to the use of William Barrowe.

Indenture of fine  HB26/412/701  c 1659/60

Contents:
Concerning two messuages, two gardens, two orchards, 12 acres land, 6 acres meadow and 12 acres pasture in Wangford, Henham, Sotherton and Middleton with Fordley.
William Barrowe, gent., and Anne Stynnett, widow, pet; Robert Barrow, gent. and Anne, his wife, and John Mills and Mary, his wife, deforc. Octave of Purification 1659/60.

Bargain and sale  HB26/412/702  14 June 1661

Contents:
Of piece of land, purchased by Benjamin Cartwright and Mary his wife from Isac Lusce of Southwold, and Elizabeth, his sister, adjoining highway from the market place to Dock Street, one rood, in Dunwich. Mary Cartwright of Dunwich, widow, to Robert Cook of the same, yeoman.

Bond to guarantee title to HB26/412/702 land  HB26/412/703  14 June 1661

Contents:
Marye Cartwright to Robart Cook.

Probate of will of Robert Cooke of Dunwich dated 12 October 1662  HB26/412/704  Proved 10 January 1662/3

Contents:
Messuage in Dunwich, purchased of John Robson of Aldeburgh, and parcel of ground purchased of Mary Cartwright, widow, to Prudence, his wife, for life and then the messuage to Martha Cooke, his eldest daughter, and the piece of land to be divided between his other two children. If his wife and three children dic without heirs of their bodies, then to James Hoxton, his brother.

Probate of will of Anne Disny of Henham, dated 19 February 1604 (sic)  HB26/412/705  Proved 22 April 1665

Contents:
Messuage and lands in Henham, occupied by Michael Disny, her husband, to William Stinnit, her son. (Joseph Lilly, another son).

Discharge of mortgage  HB26/412/706  16 September 1707

Contents:
Quitclaim of close of land or pasture in Henham, adjoining Henham Green and the highway, 2½ acres. John Cooke of Southwold, mariner, surviving executor of James Hoxton of Southwold, formerly of St. James Ilketshall, yeoman, to William Stennet of Beccles, cooper, eldest son of William Stennet of Henham, cordwainer.

Mortgage  HB26/412/707  30 September 1707

Contents:
Lease for 500 years, of land (as in HB26/412/706). William Stinnet of Beccles, cooper, to Richard Day of Henham, yeoman.

Bond to observe conditions of agreement.  HB26/412/708  September 1707

Contents:
William Stinnett to Richard Day.
(Note on dorse that the bond is invalid)

Agreement for sale  HB26/412/709  2 June 1711

Contents:
Of messuage in Henham with appurtenances in Henham and Sotherton. William Stinnet of Beccles, cooper, to Nathaniel Briggs the elder of Blyford, yeoman.

Lease and release  HB26/412/710  27 28 September 1711

Contents:
Of messuage, occupied by John Gallant; two pieces of land and pasture, 6 acres, in Henham, adjoining Henham Green, a lane from Henham Green to the messuage of Thomas Folkard, clerk, and the common road from Henham Green towards Sotherton Moor; and piece of land in Sotherton between Henham Green and the said common road, one acre. William Stennet of Beccles, cooper, and Barbara, his wife, to Nathaniel Briggs of Blyford, yeoman.

Bond to perform conditions of agreement.  HB26/412/711  28 September 1711

Contents:
William Stennet to Nathanael Briggs.

Assignment of leasehold interest  HB26/412/712  28 September 1711

Contents:
By way of mortgage in lands (as in HB26/412/706). Richard Day of Henham, yeoman, with confirmation by William Stennet of Beccles, cooper, to James Ashley, the younger, of Henham, gentleman, to wait upon the freehold inheritance of Nathaniel Briggs.

Indenture of fine  HB26/412/713  1711

Contents:
Concerning two messuages, two gardens, 23 acres land, 3 acres meadow, 11 acres pasture, common of pasture and a moiety of messuage, cottage, two gardens and ½ acre, in Walpole, Huntingfield, Cookley, Bramfield, Henham and Sotherton. Robert Anderson and Nathaniel Briggs, quer; James Butcher and Elizabeth, his wife, William Stennet and Barbara, his wife, Jeremiah Philipps and Mary, his wife, John Watling and Sarah, his wife, and Elizabeth Watling, spinster, deforc. Morrow of St. Martin 10 Anne (1711).

Probate of will of Nathaniel Briggs of Walpole, yeoman, dated 21 July 1724.  HB26/412/714  20 June 1727

Contents:
Estate in Hinningham (Henham) to Henry Briggs, his son, for life, and then to be sold by Nathaniel Briggs, son of the testator; £20 of proceeds to his son, Daniel, the remainder to be divided between his sons, John, Nathaniel and Thomas.

Assignment of interest  HB26/412/715  1 May 1760


Related information: See HB26/412/714

Contents:
Under will of Nathaniel Briggs in estate in Henham. Nathaniel Briggs, a son of Daniel Briggs of Sibton, yeoman, and nephew and next of kin of John Briggs of Halesworth, yeoman, and Henry Briggs of Walpole yeoman, now a private in Capt. Edward's company of the 4th Regt. of Foot, to Nathaniel Briggs of Walpole, gentleman, only son, heir at law and executor of Nathaniel Briggs of the same, gentleman, and grandson and next heir at law of Nathaniel Briggs of Walpole, yeoman.

Covenant  HB26/412/716  5 June 1760

Contents:
To convey messuage in Henham, occupied by Richard Strowger and the widow Howlett with appurtenances in Henham and Sotherton. Nathaniel Briggs of Walpole, gentleman, only son, heir and executor of Nathaniel Briggs of the same, gentleman, to Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet.

Case and, opinion of Stephen Gardiner  HB26/412/717  21 August 1760

Contents:
Concerning possession of legal estate in the above estate in Henham.

Lease and release  HB26/412/718  26 November 1760

Contents:
Of messuage and land in Henham (as in HB26/412/710). Nathaniel Briggs of Walpole, gentleman, to Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet.

Discharge and release  HB26/412/719  26 November 1760

Contents:
In respect of legacies under wills of Nathaniel Briggs, Thomas Briggs and Daniel Briggs. Sarah List of Uggeshall, widow, formerly wife of Daniel Briggs of Sibton, butcher, deceased, and one of his residuary legatees, Daniel Briggs of Peasenhall, blacksmith, a son and residuary legatee of the said Daniel Briggs, William Briggs of Westleton, blacksmith, another son and residuary legatee of the same, Roger Benstead of Walpole, yeoman, and Susan, his wife, only daughter and a residuary legatee of the same, to Nathaniel Briggs the grandson, son of Nathaniel Briggs, deceased.

Bundle marked: "Ancient Writings relating to lands and tithes in Wangford" Numbered 123.  HB26/412/720-733  [n.d.]

Confirmation of church of Reindona (Reydon?)  HB26/412/720  No date. Early 13th century

Contents:
With chapel of Rissemere (Rushmere) with appurtenances, and water mill at Reindona, with pond and acre of land next to the mill.
Geralinus de Vernun, Knight, to the church and monks of Blessed Peter of Wangford, being a confirmation of a grant made by Atisered, his father, for the support of the monks, saving an annual payment of half a mark to the church of St. Mary, Thetford.

Grant of patronage of church of Stoven.  HB26/412/721  c 1246/7

Seal inside fabric cover, broken.

Contents:
Walter (Suffield or or Calthorp), bishop of Norwich, to the Prior and Monks of Wangford. At Norwich, v Kal. Marcii (25 February) third year of his pontificate (1246/7).

Perpetual lease  HB26/412/722  1290

Seal of Prior of Holy Trinity in green wax. Part lost and some detached pieces, but a good impression. Fragment of another ecclesiastical scal in natural wax.

Contents:
Of two parts of sheaves issuing from the tithes of Robert son of Thomas in the parish of Wangford, and all the other tithes in that town. The Prior and convent of Holy Trinity, Norwich (the Cathedral) to the Prior and Convent of Thetford, to he use of the monks of Wangford, at rent of four marks. At Norwich, Id. Junii (9 June) 1290.

Bond to pay five marks  HB26/412/723  [n.d.]

Seal of Henry de Bavent in brown wax: device and inscription. Originally collated with seal of Official of Archdeacon of Suffolk, now lost.

Contents:
Arrears of payment over five years.
Henry de Bavent, rector of the church of Eston to Master Henry de Henham, prior of the church of Blessed Peter of Wangford. At Wangford, Thursday before Epiphany (4 January) 1302/3.

Bond to pay five shillings  HB26/412/724  1306

Fragment of seal in brown wax.

Contents:
To be received in the name of tithes from the parishioners of Wangford and Easton that fish in the sea. Henry de Bavent, rector of Eston, to Henry Prior of Wangford. At Wangford, v Idus Martis (11 March) 1306.

Extent of lands  HB26/412/725  1373/4

Contents:
Rents, temporal and spiritual, belonging to the Prior and Convent of Wangford, made Wednesday after Palm Sunday by John de Rokwode, escheator of the lord King in Norfolk and Suffolk, 44 Edward III (10 April 1370).
Total £34.9.9.
Copy of letters close to sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk to inquire and make report concerning benefices held by aliens. 6 March 48 35 Edward III (1373/4).

Inspection and confirmation of the right and title  HB26/412/726  c 1641

Contents:
Of the Priory of Wangford to the churches of Wangford, Reydon with the chapel of Southwold, annexed to the same, the churches of Northales and Stoven, an annual pension in the church of Estonbavent, and a portion, i.c. two parts of the demesne land formerly of William Olygraunt, by Robert Popy, commissary in the Archdeaconries of Suffolk and Sudbury of Walter (Lyhert), Bishop of Norwich. At Blythburgh, 8 February, 1456/7.
Small seal in red wax - good impression, on parchment tag through slit in top of document.
On dorse: Note of production of the document in a law case on behalf of Sir John Rous. 16 April 1641.

Agreement  HB26/412/727  1461

Contents:
Between Henry Rikynghale, the prior, and convent of Wangford, and Thomas Brook, rector of Owchale (Uggeshall) concerning division of tithes issuing from the lands of the Prior and Convent of Wangford, and the lands formerly of William Oligraunt in the parish of Owchale (Uggeshall). Prior and convent to have the tithes of their own lands; Thomas Brook to have the tithes of the demesne lands formerly of William Oligraunt. At Wangford, Thursday after Nativity of St. John Baptist (25 June) 1461.

Inspection and confirmation of the right and title  HB26/412/728  24 July 1474

Contents:
Of the Priory of Wangford to the churches etc. (as in HB26/412/726), by William Woode, commissary in the archdeaconries of Suffolk and Sudbury of James (Goldwell), Bishop of Norwich. At Wangford

Inspection and confirmation of the right and title  HB26/412/729  26 June 1499

Contents:
Of the Priory of Wangford to the churches of Wangford, Reydon, with the chapel of Southwold, annexed to the same, and the church of Northales and Stoven, and an annual pension of 13s. 8d. in the church of Eston Bavent, and a portion of the tithes, i.e. two parts of the tithes of the demesne lands formerly of William Olygraunte in Uggeshall, by John Vaughan, doctor of laws, commissary sode vacante in the archdeaconries of Suffolk and Sudbury of John (Morton) Cardinal priest, Archbishop of Canterbury, legate of the Apostolic [...] See.

Gift of messuage  HB26/412/730  1563

Contents:
Anciently called Allens, and lands and tenements belonging thereto, lately occupied by William Kempe; lands called Mores, and other lands lately occupied by Andrew Carleton on north of town of Northales, all late of Thomas Payne. Gregory Payne of Northales, gentleman, son of Thomas Payne to Thomas Rous, Esquire, and Reginald Rous, to uses already declared. At Northales 2 May, 5 Elizabeth (1563).

Receipt  HB26/412/731  25 May 1631

Contents:
For 26s. 8d. for two parts of the tithe of the lands in Owchcall (Uggeshall), sometime Oligrantes, occupied by Roberte Ryxe, farmer to Sir John Wentworth, knight. Sir John Rous, knight, to Robert Ryxe.

Receipt  HB26/412/732  25 May 1631

Contents:
For 7s. for two parts of the tithes of eight acres of land in Owchcall (Uggeshall), late part of the possessions of the Priory of Wangford, and of certain lands in the same, part of the said possessions and in the hands of the Abbot at the dissolution, demised by Sir John Rous. Sir John Rous, knight, to Edmund Haylocke.

A particular of the manor of Wangford  HB26/412/733  No date. Early 17th century

Contents:
Showing description of lands, freehold and copyhold, occupiers, acreage. Including lands called the Rie in Stoven, Brampton and Shadingfield, tithes of Wangford, Henham, Southwold, Northales, Reydon, Stoven and Easton.

Bundle marked: "Release of lands in Wangford purchased of John Short" Numbered 206.  HB26/412/734-742  [n.d.]

Copy of' court roll: Reydon.  HB26/412/734  c 1638

Contents:
Admission of Lilly Davy, next heir on death of John Mapes to four pieces of land in Peasood Field which is now divided in three by ditches, 3ac. 1r., late of John Mapes, his father; and le Docle Meadow, 1 acre, adjoining common river and le Dooles, part of tenement Goldsmiths (both in Wangford). Surrender by Lilly Davy and admission of John Davy of Ashfield, gentleman. 24 May 1688.

Copy of court roll: Reydon.  HB26/412/735  c 1703

Contents:
Admission of Prudence, wife of Benjamin Westgate, Elizabeth, wife of John Marshall and Sara, wife of Edward Swan "cousin germans by the mothers side" of John Mapes, to le Doole Meadow (as in HB26/412/734). 20 October 1703.

Copy of court roll: Reydon.  HB26/412/736  c 1708

Contents:
Admission of Edward Swan, only son and next heir of Sara, wife of Edward Swan, on her death, to third part of four pieces of land (as in HB26/412/734). 7 April 1708.

Similar copy of court roll.  HB26/412/737  c 1708

Contents:
Admission of Edward Swan to third part of le Doole Meadow (as in HB26/412/734). 7 Apr 1708

Copy of court roll: Reydon.  HB26/412/738  c 1738

Contents:
Admission of Robert Westgate, eldest son and heir at law of Prudence, wife of Benjamin Westgate, on death of his mother, to third part of lands (as in HB26/412/734), and a moiety of another third part of the same. Surrender by Robert Westgate and admission of John Short of Wangford, yeoman. Admission of John Short, on surrender by Edward Swan, to a third part of the lands (as in HB26/412/734) and a moiety of another third part of the same. 4 December 1738.

Agreement for sale  HB26/412/739  23 March 1748/9

Contents:
Of three pieces of land or pasture in Wangford, copyhold of the manor of Reydon. John Short of Wangford, yeoman, to Sir John Rous of Henham, baronet.

Lease and release  HB26/412/740  24 25 September 1749

Contents:
Of three pieces of land (formerly in four pieces), and the Doole Meadow (as in HB26/412/734).
John Short to Sir John Rous.

Bond to perform conditions of agreement.  HB26/412/741  25 September 1749

Contents:
John Short to Sir John Rous.

Absolute surrender  HB26/412/742  25 September 1749

Contents:
Manor of Reydon, of lands and tenements. John Short to the use of Sir John Rous, Lord of the manor.

Bundle marked: "Irish". Numbered 209.  HB26/412/743-753  [n.d.]

Lease for a year  HB26/412/743  20 September 1681

Contents:
Of towns and lands of Lely and Fannett, 286 acres, profitable land, plantation measure, and 308 acres unprofitable; lands of common called Toreenebrien, belonging to Mackmagh, Cortnenalask, Dromeene, Shurlanghan, Shur-begg, 22 acres profitable land, 1208 acres unprofitable; the lands of Auleduffe, 37 acres profitable, 1826 acres unprofitable; Lakeile, 32 acres profitable, 1617 acres unprofitable; lands of Conomore, 55 acres profitable, 2722 acres unprofitable; all in the territory or half-barony of Owny, in county palatine of Tipperary. Symon Finch of Killicleman, co. Tipperary, Esq. to Edward Warter of Bilboa, co. Limerick, Esq.

Copy of will of William Wilkinson of the city of Limerick, gentleman.  HB26/412/744  c 1724

(Badly torn).

Contents:
Realand personal estate to Elizabeth Nate alias Wilkinson of the city of London, widow, his sister. 27 March 1724

Copy of settlement on marriage  HB26/412/745  c 1729

Contents:
Between Ralph Wilson of Kissikurk co. Limerick, gentleman, and Thomasin Bowen, spinster, daughter of Catherine, widow of John Bowen of Killbolane, co. Cork, Esq. Release of town and lands of Kissikurk, co. Limerick, 173 acres profitable land; town and lands of Crossagalla, 81 acres profitable land, in the south liberties of the city of Limerick.
Ralph Wilson of Kissikurk to William Wilson of Caherconlish, co. Limerick, Esq. and Thomas Maunsell, junior, of the city of Limerick, Esq., to the use of Ralph Wilson for life, and then to the use of Thomasin Bowen for life, and then to their children in order, subject to lease for 21 years of lands of Kissikurk to Ralph Wilson of Boher, co. Limerick, Esq. Covenant to assign £1000 to Ralph Wilson of Boher, and Philip Ridgate of Dublin, Esq. upon trusts. 5 July 1729.

Grant of administration  HB26/412/746  27 November 1729

Contents:
Of estate of Elizabeth Neat of St. Saviour's Southwark, Surrey, widow, to Elizabeth Garner alias Neat, wife of James Garner, and Anne Peck alias Neat, wife of Edward Peck, her daughters.

Quitclaim  HB26/412/747  29 May, 1730

Contents:
Of lands and houses bequeathed by Ralph Wilson of Bohir, co. Limerick, Esq. to Ralph Wilson of Kishiquirk, co. Limerick. William Wilson of Cahirconlish, co. Limerick, Esq., to Ralph Wilson of Kishiquirk, his nephew, in return for a similar quitclaim.

Lease and release  HB26/412/748  28 29 December 1733

Contents:
Of slated house and garden, formerly the holding of John Gibbins, deceased, on the south side of Mongret Lane in Limerick, adjoining houses of Mrs. Cassandra Pappin, and Edward Parker, and a waste plot of his lordship Michael Boyle, late Lord [...] Primate of all Ireland. James Garner of St. Saviours Southway, Surrey, potter, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Edward Peck of the same, smith, and Anne, his wife, to George Stepney of Dublin, Esq. during the lives of Thomas Dickson, William Wilson and John Dixon.

Release of lands  HB26/412/749  7 August 1739

Contents:
Of Boher and Lismullane, co. Limerick, 336 acres, profitable land. Ralph Wilson of Boher, co. Limerick, Esq. to the Hon. Henry Rose, Esq. a Justice of King's Bench in Ireland, and Arthur Blener Hassett of Dublin, Esq. to the use of Ralph Wilson, for life, and then to provide annuity of £50 for Thomasin, his wife, and to William Wilson of Cahirconlish, co. Limerick, Esq. for 99 years on trust to raise £1000 for the younger children of Ralph and Thomasin Wilson.

Rent book of properties belonging to Ralph Wilson, Esq.  HB26/412/750  1741-49

Copy of bargain and sale  HB26/412/751  c 1756

Contents:
Of all interests in towns and lands of Ballymacree, the three Lisobyhanes, Tullo, and Clashdromsmith, with appurtenances, in barony of Clanwilliam, co. Tipperary, and release of eight greaves of the town and lands of Banemore with appurtenances (co. Cork). Edward Wilson of city of Waterford, gentleman, to Ralph Warter Willson of Bilboa, co.
Limerick, Esq., in trust that Edward Wilson shall receive rents etc. during his life, except certain rums reserved, and then to provide annuity of £100 for Sophia, his wife, with the residue and reversion to Ralph Wilson. 20 May 1756.

Release  HB26/412/752  22 April 1767

Contents:
Of house in Mongret Street and Broad Lane, in St. John, Limerick, occupied by Thomas Harrold, with two houses built on part of the premises by Thomas Mansell, Esq.; part of Rathbane and other lands in city of Limerick, 22 acres; stone house called the Hanker House with lands, 8 acres, called Monelea; and town and lands of Borinbraddagh, 75 acres. Ambrose Wilson of Cahirconlish, co. Limerick, Esq., with consent of John Fitzgibbon of Dublin, Esq. and Thomas Croker of Dublin, and Henry Cole Bowen of Annabell, co. Cork, Esq., trustees under a private Act of Parliament, to Thomas Fitzgibbon of Dublin, Esq.

List of lands  HB26/412/753  No date

(Fragile).

Contents:
In Clanwilliam Barony, co. Tipperary, in the parishes of Stradbally, Killicknigarriff, Clounkeen, Charkinlish, Drumqueen, Grean, Aglish C, Ballybrood, Kathjourdan, Caherelly; Insen Lawrence, Carrigparson, Rochestowne, Feadmore, Caharnarry and Ludenbegg, showing names of areas, acreages and particulars of glebe.

Bundle concerning estate in Bulcamp and Henham purchased from Mrs. Jane Plumer Ward and Robert Plumer Ward in 1829. (Fragment only of label survives). Numbered 129.  HB26/412/754-770  [n.d.]

Lease and Release  HB26/412/754  24 24 (sic) September 1725

Contents:
Of messuage called Brocks with appurtenances in Bulcamp; tenement or wood called Syers, in Bulcamp, and two acres of wood or pasture upon the south of it; piece of hard land, adjoining Hulver Pightle; piece of fen or marsh ground, 20 acres, adjoining Abbotts Meadow, and away from the 20 acres to Wrens Parke, and so to the Halesworth-Blythburgh common way; messuage and appurtenances in Bulcamp, 1½ acres, occupied by Margaret Crispe; Long Meadow, adjoining, 5 acres, in Henham, adjoining Midleton Wood; close or meadow, 4 acres, in Bulcamp, adjoining Long Meadow; close of land or pasture, 8 acres, in Bulcamp, adjoining Bulcamp Common; close of pasture, 12 acres, in Bulcamp, adjoining Bulcamp Common and the above close; close of pasture, 5 acres, in Bulcamp, adjoining; all late of Thomas Benstead, freehold and copyhold. William Maggs of Halesworth, gentleman, Thomas Warren of Hintlesham, clerk, and Susan, his wife (only surviving child of William Maggs by Elizabeth, his wife, daughter and heir of William Sparrow, gentleman) to Walter Plumer of Chediston, Esq.

Surrender  HB26/412/755  27 September 1725

Contents:
Manor of Blythburgh late Priory of copyhold lands and tenements (8 acres). William Maggs to the use of Walter Plumer.

Two indentures of fine  HB26/412/756  1736

Contents:
Concerning two messuages, two barns, two stables, two gardens, two orchards, 80 acres land, 20 acres meadow, 20 acres pasture, 60 acres furze and heath, and 20 acres fresh marsh, in Bulcamp and Henham. Walter Plummer, Esq., quer; William Maggs, gentleman, and Thomas Warren, clerk, and Susan, his wife, deforc. Three weeks of Michaelmas, 10 George II. (1736).

Copy of court roll: Blythburgh late Priory.  HB26/412/757  c 1746

Contents:
Admission of William Plummer, Esq., oldest brother and heir at law of Walter Plummer, on death of his brother, to a close, 8 acres, in Bulcamp, near common way on west and adjoining boundary between Bulcamp and Henham on the north. 27 December 1746.

Copy of settlement on marriage  HB26/412/758  c 1769

Contents:
Between Rev. Joseph Whately of Nonsuch Park, Surrey, clerk, devisee of Joseph Thompson of the same, Esq., and Jane Plumer of Blakesware, Ware, Herts., spinster. Release of capital messuage, Nonsuch Park, Surrey, and Nonsuch Little Park, adjoining, 671 acres, use of a drain out of pond in Nonsuch Park or Little Park, across road from Worcester Park to Nonsuch Park, through Worcester Park to Ewell Common, and lands and messuages in Nonsuch, Malden, Ewell, Cheam, Sutton, Epsom, Esher and Kingston, Surrey. William Plumer of New Place, Gilston, Herts., Esq., son, heir and executor of William Plumer, late of Blakesware, Esq., (by direction of Joseph Whateley) and Joseph Martin of Downing Street, Westminster, Esq. to Samuel Salt of Inner Temple, London, Esq. to the use of Joseph Whateley for life, and then to the use of Jane Plumer, and then to William Plumer and Thomas Whateley of Parliament St., Westminster, Esq. in trust for the children of the marriage, etc. 15 June 1769

Counterpart lease for 14 years  HB26/412/759  25 September 1801

Contents:
Of messuage and farm with appurtenances, in Bulcamp. William Plumer of Gilston Park, Gilston, Herts., Esq., to Arthur Ellis of Bulcamp, farmer.

Copy of release and discharge  HB26/412/760  c 1823

Contents:
Of legacy of £6000 under will of William Plumer, the father, of Blakesware, Herts., Esq. to Elizabeth, his daughter. Rev. Thomas Whateley of Cookham, Berkshire, clerk, nephew and residuary legatee of Elizabeth Plumer, to Jane Plumer of Gilston Park, herts., widow of William Plumer, the son. 30 May 1823.

Copy of release and discharge  HB26/412/761  c 1823

Contents:
Of legacy of £6000 under will of William Plumer, the father, to Ann, his daughter. William Whately of Droxford, Hants., Esq., administrator of goods of Ann Plumer of Blakesware, Herts., spinster, to Jane Plumer. 2 June 1823.

Copy of settlement on marriage  HB26/412/762 763  c 1825

Contents:
Between Richard John Lewin of Hollies, near Eltham, Kent, Esq., captain, R.N., and Jane Plumer of Gilston Park, Herts., and Cavendish Square, Middlesex, widow of William Plumer of the same, Esq. Appointment and lease and release of manors of Eastwick, Overhall, Netherhall and Giffords Stondon, The Borough of Stondon, the Rectory otherwise the Friary of Stondon (Herts), Halesworth, Dame Margeries in Halesworth, Bavents in Chediston, Cookley Grange, Rawlings in Elmham, Blenches in Wissett, Wrights in Chediston, Metfield, Withersdale, the Rectory of Weybread and Sweffling Campsey with Snape Campsey (Suffolk) and messuages, farms and lands, late of William Plumer, in Bulcamp, Bramfield, Chediston, Cookley, Halesworth, Holton, Metfield, Spexhall, Westhall, Wissett, Weybread, Henham, St. James (South Elmham), Linstead, Walpole, and Withersdale, Suffolk; Dickleburgh, Norfolk; Gilston, Sawbridgeworth, Hunsdon, Widford, Ware, Stansted, Theale, Standon, Herts.; Northweald Bassett, Essex; Mitcham, Surrey; St. Andrew Holborn, and St. George Bloomsbury, Middlesex; except Rice Hall Farm in Akenham, Claydon, Whitton and Thurleston; Old Hall Farm in Much Hadham, Herts; messuage, water mill, etc. in Broxbourne, Herts. and Nazeing, Essex; Fanhams Hall Farm in Ware; Camps Farm in Ware and rectory and tithes of North Weald Bassett; Cranfield Corner close in Ware; Mill Mead in Ware; Pipswell Piece in Ware; Bollington Hall Farm in Ugley and Stansted Mountfitchett, Essex; Southlands Farm in Runwell, Essex; manor of Cannon Court and Cannon Court Farm in Cookham, Berks; advowson of Cookham; rent charge of £50 on rectory of Chipping Wiscombe (Chepping Wycombe, Bucks.); freehold messuages, 60 Cheapside, 48 Cheapside, and in Cannon Street, London; and two parcels of meadow or pasture in Hunsdon. Jane Plumer with consent of Richard John Lewin to John Bonfoy Rooper of Abbots Ripton, Huntingdonshire, Esq., and Rev. Henry Law of Standon, Hertford, clerk, during her life, upon various trusts, etc.
Appointment of copyhold lands in Suffolk, and other counties, except some lands in manors of Ware Extra and Thundridge Goldingtons, otherwise Theale, Waters otherwise Mattox, Temple, Chelsyn and Sneesemongers, Stapleford Abbot, Much Hadham, Broxbourne, Nazeing, Hoddestonbury, Baas and Thundridge, to similar uses.
Assignment of leasehold dwelling-house, No.4, Cavendish Square, St. Marylebone, and leasehold tithes in Little Hadham, Herts, Jane Plumer to the same upon similar trusts. 13 September 1825.

Copy of deed poll  HB26/412/764  c 1828

Contents:
Adoption of additional surname of Plumer by Jane Plumer Lewin, of Gilston Park, Hertfordshire, and Cavendish Square, Middlesex, formerly widow of William Plumer of the same, now widow of Richard John Lewin of Gilston Park, Esq. Captain, R.N. 13 March 1828.

Copy of settlement on marriage  HB26/412/765  c 1828

Contents:
Between Jane Plumer Lewin and Robert Ward of Chesham Woburn Hall, Bucks, Esq. Appointment and release of manors, messuages, farms and lands (as in HB26/412/762 763) and rectories and tithes of Standon, Herts., Chediston and Bramfield; advowson of St. Mary Halesworth with Chediston and St. Mary Chediston with Halesworth, and Eastwick and Standon, Herts. and Northweald Bassett, Essex, with additional exception of close called Newlands in Hunsdon. Jane Plumer Lewin, with consent of Robert Ward, to John Bonfoy Rooper and Henry Law upon trusts. Appointment of copyhold lands (as in HB26/412/762 763) to the same. Assignment of leasehold dwelling house, now called No.5 Cavendish Square, and tithes of Little Hadham, Herts. 12 July 1828.

Abstract of title  HB26/412/766  c 1828

Contents:
Of Jane, wife of Robert Plumer Ward, Esq., to a farm at Bulcamp. 1725-1828.

Lease and release  HB26/412/767 763  25 26 December 1829

Contents:
Of messuage and farm with lands in Bulcamp and Henham, 146 ac. 2r. 6p., i.e. farm house and buildings, 1ac. 3r. 9p.; Orchard Close, 6ac. 2r. 7p.; Home Close 10ac. 11p., adjoining; Bush Close, 6ac. 39p., adjoining; Sheep Close, 3ac. 2r. 18p., adjoining Orchard Close; Eight Acre Close, 8ac. 4p., adjoining; Walk Close, 5ac. 3r. 15p., adjoining; Further Walk 15ac. 1r. 20p., adjoining; Great Clamp Close, 6ac. 2r. 2p., adjoining; cottage, the Clamp House, 2r. 18p., adjoining; Little Henham Pightle, 1ac. 2r. 10p., adjoining Great Clamp Close; Great Henham Pightle, 2ac. 2r. 38p., adjoining; Little Clamp Close, 3ac. 2r., adjoining Great Clamp Close; Mardle Close, 4ac. 31p., adjoining; Great Grove Close, 9ac. 2r. 30p., adjoining; Little Grove Close, 3ac. 3r. 27p., with Little Grove, 1r. 26p., adjoining; Nelson Pightle, 2ac. 3r. 13p., adjoining; Brock Close, 8ac. 11p., adjoining; Long Spong, 5ac. 1r. 3p., adjoining farmyard; The Walk, against the road, 18ac. 2r. 26p., adjoining road from Blyford to Blythburgh; Drift Way, 1r. 34p., leading to the following: First Meadow, 6ac. 2r. 17p., Little Meadow, 2ac. 3r. 13p., adjoining; Further Meadow, 5ac. 3r. 10p., adjoining Little Meadow and river Blyth; Course Meadow, 5ac. 1r. 24p., adjoining First Meadow; (formerly described as in HB26/412/754). Robert Plumer Ward of Gilston Park, Gilston, Herts., Esq. and Jane, his wife, to Rt. Hon. John Edward Cornwallis, Earl of Stradbroke, of Henham Hall. Covenant to surrender copyhold close, 8ac. in Bulcamp.

Memorandum of the conveyance  HB26/412/769  1828-9

Contents:
(HB26/412/767 768).

Covenant  HB26/412/770  26 December 1829

Contents:
To produce documents described. Robert Plumer Ward and Jane, his wife, to Earl of Stradbroke.

Bundle marked: "Writings of a cottage in Bulcamp late of Mr. Jonas Grimsby" Numbered 224.  HB26/412/771-775  [n.d.]

Release  HB26/412/771  30 April 1737

Contents:
Of piece of land in Bulcamp late part of a close purchased of John Barrow and Hannah, his wife, and formerly of Thomas Attershall, 21 rods, adjoining highway from Blythburgh to Southwold on south. John Blowers of Bulcamp, yeoman, and Mary, his wife, to Richard Baldrey, of Blythburgh, bricklayer.

Copy of lease and original of release  HB26/412/772  c 1762

Contents:
Of messuage in Southwold, with a piece of ground, 28 yds x 34 yds, with draw well adjoining, occupied by Michael Barfoot; and land and cottage newly built, in Bulcamp, occupied by Moses Mann, 21 rods (as in HB26/412/771). John Block of Ipswich, yeoman, eldest son and heir at law of John Block of Framlingham, yeoman, to Thomas Newson of Leiston, gentleman. 13 14 April 1762.

Lease and release  HB26/412/773  25 26 January 1764

Contents:
Of land and cottage in Bulcamp (as above). Thomas Newson to Jonas Grimsby, singleman, second son of John Grimsby of Blythburgh, gentleman.

Agreement and sale  HB26/412/774  15 December 1784

Contents:
Of land and cottage in Bulcamp (as above). Susanna Grimsby, late of Carlton, spinster, on behalf of Jonas Grimsby, gentleman, her brother, late of Carlton, but now departed on a voyage to the West Indies, to Sir John Rous of Darsham Hall, baronet.

Receipted account  HB26/412/775  December 1784-January 1785

Contents:
For legal services in connection with the above sale. John Woods to Sir John Rous.

Bundle marked: "Settlements of 1788 - with assignments of the term of years for securing portions for younger children and ultimate surrender thereof to the Earl of Stradbroke" Numbered 226.  HB26/412/776-780  [n.d.]

Settlement on marriage  HB26/412/776 777  23 24 January 1788

Contents:
Between Sir John Rous of Darsham Hall, baronet, only son of Sir John Rous, baronet, and Frances Juliana Warter Wilson of the Grove, Yoxford, spinster, daughter and heiress of Edward Warter Wilson of Bilboa, co. Limerick, Esq., by the Hon. Frances Ann, daughter of Rt. Hon. George Lord Carbery. Lease and release of manors of Henham with Cravens, Sotherton, Uggeshall, Wangford, Reydon, Reydon Wingfields, Wrentham Poynings on the part of Atherton and Reydon, Bulcamp, Darsham with Yoxford, and Abbotts Austens and Gerrards; site of monastery of Blessed Lady Mary the Virgin, Bruisyard; manor of Bruisyard; rectories and tithes of Wangford with Henham, Reydon, Darsham and Bruisyard; site of Henham Hall, now destroyed by fire, with plantation; cottage, lately a malting office, occupied by John Barnes, with gardens, meadow or pasture, called Wood Paddock, 3½ acres in Henham; three pieces of meadow or pasture, called Hogs Park, Stone Horse Meadow, and Great Wood Close, in Henham, 37½ acres; Bulcamp Marshes, 30 acres; messuage and farm in Henham, occupied by Peter Sparks, with Henham Park, and lands belonging thereto, 1080 acres, in Henham, Wangford, Bulcamp and Uggeshall, with tithes of parts in Henham and Wangford; Tuttys Wood in Henham, 16 acres; wood called the Clamps in Henham, 20 acres; Blomfield Wood in Wangford and Frostenden, 10 acres; Reydon Wood in Reydon and Wangford, 80 acres; cottage, etc. in Henham occupied by John Spencer; cottage etc. in Henham, occupied by Thomas Fenn; messuage and farm in Henham and Sotherton, 168 acres, occupied by Lionel Cottingham; messuage and farm in Henham and Bulcamp with cottage, etc, 230 acres, occupied by Samuel Fuller; meadow or marsh, 4 acres, in Henham; land, 10 acres in Henham, occupied by Richard Lincoln; messuage and farm in Bulcamp, 520 acres, occupied by Isaac Newson; pieces of land, meadow or marsh in Bulcamp, 36 acres, occupied by the guardians of the poor of Blything Hundred; messuages and farms, 96 acres, occupied by Steffe Crispe; 100 acres, occupied by John Blomfield; and 150 acres, occupied by Hill Bardwell, all in Wangford; school house in Wangford, occupied by Henry Newson; messuage and farm in Reydon with cottage, lime-kiln, etc., 130 acres, occupied by Robert Barfoot; messuage and farm in Sotherton, Henham and Holton, with cottage, etc., 78 acres, occupied by John Gooch; cottage, etc. in Sotherton, occupied by Mary How, widow; Darsham Hall with lands, etc., 185 acres, in Darsham; messuage and farm in Darsham and Yoxford, 250 acres, occupied by Alexander Woods; messuage and farm in Darsham, 115 acres, occupied by Francis Sawing; messuage and farm in Darsham, 13 acres, occupied by Walter Snell; messuage and farm in Darsham, 30 acres, occupied by William Scarff; messuage and farm in Darsham, Thorington and Bramfield, 155 acres, occupied by Samuel Stagoll, together with tithes of all land in Darsham not owned by Sir John Rous; Bruisyard Hall Farm, occupied by Thomas Newson, 390 acres, in Bruisyard, Rendham, Sweffling and Cransford (except Cransford Pieces, 21ac.3r.20p. with barn; and two pieces of arable or pasture, formerly called Sheldrakes Lands in Cransford and Sweffling, 22 acres); Bruisyard Wood and Hernsey Wood, 140 acres, in Bruisyard; messuage and farm in Bruisyard, 165 acres, occupied by Row Peirce; messuage and farm in Bruisyard and Badingham, 94 acres, occupied by John Kemp; messuage and farm in Bruisyard, 76 acres, occupied by Richard Mills; and messuages and lands in Henham, Frostenden, Wangford, Bulcamp, Uggeshall, Sotherton, Reydon, Holton, Darsham, Yoxford, Thorington, Bramfield, Bruisyard, Rendham, Sweffling, Cransford and Badingham. Sir John Rous to Rt. Hon. George Evans, Lord Baron of Carbery, and George Golding of Thorington Hall, Esq., to the use, as to part of Rt. Hon. Richard Fitzwilliam, Lord Viscount Fitzwilliam, and Eleazar Davy of the Grove, Yoxford, Esq. and John Sheppard Frere of Roydon, Norfolk, Esq., for 99 years, on trust to pay £200 a year to Frances Juliana Warter Wilson, etc., and after the end of that term, and as to the remainder, to the use of John Lord Rous for life, and then to Viscount Fitzwilliam, etc. for 500 years in trust for his wife and then his children, etc. Covenant to surrender copyhold lands in the manors of Blythburgh with Walberswick, Blythburgh late Priory, Hinton late Priory, Yoxford with the members, and Kelsale, to similar uses. Covenant by Sir John Rous to pay off mortgage of £10,000 to Sir Henry Peyton and Frances, his wife, and Louisa Judith Rous.

Assignment of term of 500 years  HB26/412/778  18 July 1816

Contents:
In trust in all the estate (as in HB26/412/776 777 above) Rt. Hon. George Augustus Herbert, Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, K.G., by direction of John Lord Rous, Baron Rous of Dennington, by direction of Hon. John Lord Rous Baron Rous of Dennington, and Hon. Sir Henry Hotham, K.C.B., Rear Admiral, R.N., and Hon. Dame Frances Ann Juliana, his wife, to Rev. Frederick Hotham of Dennington, clerk, Sir Charles Edmonstone of Duntreath, Stirlingshire, North Britain, baronet, Thomas Sherlock Gooch of Bramfield Hall, Esquire, and David Elisha Davy of the Grove, Yoxford, Esq.

Abstract of title of Rt. Hon. John Earl of Stradbroke  HB26/412/779  1670-1816

Contents:
a) Manors of Henham cum Cravens, Bulcamp, Sotherton, Wangford, Wrentham Poynings ex parte de Atherton and Reydon, and Bedfield. Impropriations or great tithes of Wangford with Henham, and other freehold estates in Henham, Wangford, Bulcamp and adjoining parishes. 1670-1729.
b) Manors of Darsham with Yoxford, Abbots, Austens and Gerrards, Netherhall in Eye, and Bramfield with Brookhall or Stonhams. Advowson and impropriations of Darsham and Yoxford and sundry estates in Darsham and parishes adjoining. 1706-30.
(a) and (b) united, 1731-34.
c) Manor and Great Tithes of Bruisyard, several estates in Bruisyard and parishes adjoining, and an estate in Bulcamp. The manor and great tithes of Reydon and some estates there. 1686-1731.
(a), (b) and (c) united, 1735-1816.

Mortgage: lease for 99 years  HB26/412/780  21 Aug 1826

Contents:
Of the estate (as in HB26/412/776 777). Rt. Hon. John Earl of Stradbroke, to Seaman Holmes of Brooke Hall, Norfolk, Esq. Assignment of term of 500 years in the same. Hon. and Rev. Frederick Hotham of Dennington, clerk, prebendary of Rochester, Thomas Sherlock Gooch of Bramfield Hall, Esq., David Elisha Davy, late of the Grove, Yoxford, by direction of John Earl of Stradbroke, and by consent of Rt. Hon. Beaumont Lord Hotham to Seaman Holmes. Hon. Sir Henry Hotham, K.C.B., Rear Admiral, R.N., and Hon. Lady Frances Ann Juliana Hotham, his wife, consenting parties. 7 July 1824.
Attached: Assignment of the above mortgage. Rev. Thomas Holmes of Bungay, clerk, and William Simpson of Norwich, gentleman, executors of Seaman Holmes, of Brok Hall, Norfolk, Esq. to Rev. John Holmes of Bungay, clerk, in trust for the said Thomas Holmes, sole residuary legatee of Seaman Holmes.

Bundle marked: "Marriage Setts. Lord John Rous". Numbered 2268 and 92.  HB26/412/781 and 782  [n.d.]

Settlement on marriage  HB26/412/781 782  23 24 January 1788

Contents:
Between Sir John Rous and Frances Juliana
Warter Wilson (as at HB26/412/776 and 777).

Bundle marked: "Writings and title deeds relating to the advowson of Uggeshall and Sotherton and to an estate at Uggeshall purchased of the Revd. Thomas Sheriffe by the Earl of Stradbroke. January, 1834" Numbered 234.  HB26/412/783-822  [n.d.]

Copy of will of Samuel Baker of Wattisfield, gentleman.  HB26/412/783  c 1698

Contents:
Messuages and lands in Uggeshall and Brampton, freehold and copyhold, to the use of Anna, his wife, for life, and then estate in Uggeshall and messuage and lands in Brampton, occupied by Richard Morse, to Robert Baker, his eldest son. Messuage and lands in Brampton, occupied by Robert Robson, with a cottage to John Baker, his youngest son. Tenement in Westhall, occupied by Henry Carver, with lands and cottage, to his wife. Messuage in Westhall, occupied by Robert Howett, with lands, to Jane, his daughter. Lands in Wrentham, Sotterley and Wattisfield charged with payment of legacies. Copyhold lands in the manor of Great Chesterford in Essex, to be surrendered by his son, John, on reaching age of 21, etc. Copyhold lands in Frostenden to Robert his son. Lands and tenements in Framsden to be sold and the proceeds paid to his wife. Messuage in Wattisfield occupied by Richard Sante with lands to his wife. 15 July 1698.

Copy of court roll: Ugghall.  HB26/412/784  c 1735

Contents:
Admission of Elizabeth, wife of Samuel Moody, gentleman, and Anna Robina Baker, on death of Samuel Baker, gentleman, their brother, to tenement of the demesnes called Church Close, with houses thereon, 7 acres, on the west of way to rectory of Uggeshall, in South Field, in three pieces, between Hall Meadow, common way from Uggeshall Church towards Wangford and Blackmans Acre; ten acres of land called East Hill in South Field, between Streetway, carr marsh, Brown Close and Hall Meadow; Broom Close, 10 acres, between East Hill, Church Close, Hall Meadow and Blackmans Acre; Blackmans Acre or Anchor, 20 acres, adjoining another way from Uggeshall, to Wangford; five pieces of land in Bempton Field, the first, Eleven Acre Close, adjoining highway from Stoven to Uggeshall, and way from Frostenden towards Uggeshall, the second, Ladies Acre, one acre, adjoining highway, the third, 3 roods, adjoining Eleven Acre Close and the said way, the fourth, one rood, adjoining Eleven Acre Close, the fifth, one rood, adjoining the same, Ladies Acre and the way; three pieces of marsh, in East Fen, the first, 3 roods, adjoining Fenn Street Way, the second and third, 5 roods, adjoining the same and a rivulet; marsh, 2 acres, in East Fen, adjoining Fen Street Way and the river; two pieces of land in Sockmans Field, 3 roods, adjoining Uggeshall Wood; two pieces of land or pasture in Sockmans Field, one acre and one rood; close of land, ½ acre, in Brakey Close; two pieces of marsh, adjoining Fenn Street Way and the common rivulet, ½ acre and ½ acre; piece of land in Sockmans Field, adjoining Ugghall Wood, one rood; piece of land in Sockmans Field adjoining the common way, ½ acre; two pieces of marsh in East Fenn, 4 acres and 7 acres, adjoining Fenn Street Way and the common rivulet; piece of land in Sockmans Field in Long Close, adjoining common way from Uggeshall Moor to Wangford, one acre; Pear tree land, 3 roods, adjoining Gorings Way, and the way from Uggeshall Moor to Wangford; two pieces of land in East Breach, adjoining Breach Lane, 1 acre; two pieces land, of tenement Bullex's, 3 roods in Bempton Field, and 1½ acres in Sockmans Field; marsh, 2½ acres in East Fenn, adjoining Fenn Street Way and the river; two pightles called Marriotts, in Sockmans Field, 5 acres, adjoining Darnells and Lapland, Ugghall Wood, and the highway from Uggeshall to Uggeshall Moor; land 1½ acres, in South Field, adjoining Fenn Close; and two pieces of marsh, 3¼ ac. in East Fen, adjoining rivulet and Fenn Street Way. 5 July 1735.

Deed to lead uses of fine  HB26/412/785  1 January 1736/7

Contents:
To be levied concerning moiety of manors of Great Ashfield or Much Ashfield, and Watesfield Hall with Gyffords in Wattisfield; of Watesfield Hall with appurtenances, and two closes, Oakhills and Silcocks Meadow; messuage in Wattisfield with appurtenances, late occupied by Joseph Seaman and now by John Barker; messuage, etc. in Wattisfield occupied by Thomas Notley; freehold messuage and farm called Gibsons in Uggeshall, 150 acres, occupied by Caleb Marsham; messuage and farm in Uggeshall, occupied by Edmund Bardwell; and lands and tenements in Wattisfield, Uggeshall, Wangford and Stoven, late of Samuel Baker, deceased, by Samuel Moody of Bury St. Edmunds, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife, to John Prentice of Botesdale, gentleman, to the use of Samuel and Elizabeth Moody.

Indenture of fine  HB26/412/786  (1736/7)

Contents:
Concerning moiety of manors of Great Ashfield and Watesfield Hall with Giffords in Wattisfield, and moiety of 5 messuages, 5 gardens, 5 orchards, 100 acres land, 40 acres meadow, and 80 acres pasture in Wattisfield, Uggeshall, Wangford and Stoven. John Prentice, gent., pet.; Samuel Moody and Elizabeth, his wife, deforc. Eight days of Purification, 10 George II (1736/7).

Settlement on marriage  HB26/412/787  November 1743

Contents:
Between Nockold Tompson of Norwich, gentleman, only son of John Tompson of the same, beerbrewer, and Anna Robina Baker of Bury St. Edmunds, spinster. Lease and release of moiety of manors of Great Ashfield or Much Ashfield and Wattesfield Hall with Gyffords in Wattisfield, and advowson of Wattisfield; Wattesfield Hall with appurtenances and Silcocks Meadow, and messuages, farms, etc. (as in HB26/412/785) Anna Robina Baker with consent of Nockold Tompson to Elizabeth Baker of Bury St. Edmunds, widow, and John Baker of Denton, Norfolk, gentleman, upon trusts. Release of freehold parts of mansion house in Tacolneston, Norfolk, occupied by John Browne, clerk; messuage and lands in the same and in Forncett occupied by John Pudding; capital messuage in Thorpe next Norwich, occupied by William Brereton. John Tompson to Elizabeth Baker and John Baker, in trust, as to both estates, to the use of Nockold Tompson for life, and then to the use of Anna Robina Baker, for life, and their children, etc. Covenant to surrender copyhold lands in the manors of Ugghall, Frostenden and Henham with Cravens to similar uses. Assignment of leasehold messuages and lands in Thorpe next Norwich, Norfolk, John Tompson to the same upon similar trusts. (9 10)

Copy of court roll: Ugghall.  HB26/412/788  c 1744

Contents:
Admission of Nockold Tompson and Anna Robina, his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, upon surrender by the same, to moiety of lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/784). Morrow of Epiphany (7 January) and 9 May 1744.

Lease and release  HB26/412/789  [n.d.]

Contents:
Of moiety of messuage, farm and lands in Uggeshall late of Edmund Bardwell now of Thomas Bardwell; messuage and farm in the same called Gibsons, 150 acres, late occupied by Caleb Marsham and now by William Libbes, and reversion in the said moiety, expectant on the death of Samuel Moody, the father. Samuel Moody, the younger, of the city of London, merchant, eldest son and heir of Elizabeth late wife of Samuel Moody of Bury St. Edmunds, gentleman, to Nockold Tompson of Norwich, gentleman. Covenant to surrender copyhold part of the estate, 95¼ acres in manor of Ugghall, and one acre in manor of Frostenden. 1 2 January 1756.

Copy of court roll: Ugghall.  HB26/412/790  c 1756

Contents:
Admission of Nockold Tompson of Norwich, gentleman, on surrender by Samuel Moody, the younger, to moiety of lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/784). 13 May 1756.

Copy of settlement on marriage  HB26/412/791  c 1762

Contents:
Between Nockold Thompson of Norwich, Esquire, and Sarah Birch of Manchester, Lancs., spinster. Release of manor of Great Ashfield or Much Ashfield, freehold part of farm called Gibsons in Uggeshall, 150 acres, occupied by Sarah List and Clement List, and messuage and farm in the same occupied by Thomas Bardwell, and freehold messuages and lands in Great Ashfield, Little Ashfield or Badwell Ash, Hunston and Langham, Uggeshall, Wangford and Stoven, and messuages and lands in Tacolneston, Forncell and Thorpe next Norwich (as in HB26/412/787), and messuage and appurtenances in Thorpe next Norwich occupied by William Brereton, Francis West and William Dodd; pieces of land, meadow or pasture, 30 acres, occupied by the same, purchased of Thomas Vere Esq.; messuage called Cradocks Place in St. George of Tombland, Norwich, late of Thomas Vere, adjoining highway from Red Well to Tombland; and coach house and stable with small yard and Muck Bing adjoining the said messuage. Nockold Thompson to Jonathan Burch of Manchester, merchant, and James Barrow of Norwich, warehouseman, to the use of Nockold Thompson for life and then to his wife for life and then of their children etc. Covenant to surrender copyhold land in the manors of Tacolneston, Forncell, Thorpe and Ugghall to similar uses. 16 October 1762.

Lease and release  HB26/412/792  21 22 January 1772

Contents:
Of moiety of freehold parts of messuages and lands (as in HB26/412/789) in which he has a life interest. Samuel Moody of Bury St. Edmunds, merchant, to Nockold Thompson of Norwich Esq.

Revocation of uses  HB26/412/793  24 June 1772

Contents:
Declared in HB26/412/791 and declaration of new uses: to the use of Nockold Thompson and Sarah his wife for their lives and the life of the longer lived of them and then to the heirs of Nockold Thompson. Nockold Thompson of Norwich Esquire and Sarah his wife to James Barrow of the same, warehouseman (the surviving trustee).

Mortgage: lease and release  HB26/412/794  25 26 June 1772

Contents:
And appointment of messuage and farm called Gibsons in Uggeshall occupied by George Sayer, and messuage and farm late occupied by Thomas Bardwell now by George Sayer, and freehold messuages and lands in Uggeshall, Wangford and Stoven. Nockold Thompson of Norwich Esq. and Sarah his wife, at direction of James Dover of Saxlingham, Norfolk, gentleman, and Samuel Moody the younger of London, merchant, at request of Nockold Thompson and Sarah his wife, to Robert Baxter of Furnivals Inn, London, gentleman.
Covenant to levy fine to the same, in order that he may suffer a common recovery by Stafford Squire Baxter of Furnivals Inn, to the use of James Dover, for 1000 years, with reversion to Nockold, Thompson and Sarah his wife and his heirs. Covenant to surrender copyhold lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/784) to the use of George Sayer of Uggeshall, in order that he may suffer a common recovery by George Sendall of Witchingham, Norfolk, yeoman, who will then surrender them to Nockold Thompson, Sarah his wife and his heirs. Covenant to make conditional surrender of the same.

Indenture of fine  HB26/412/796  1772

Contents:
Concerning messuage, 150 acres land, 30 acres pasture, 30 acres marsh and common of pasture in Uggeshall and Stoven. Robert Baxter, gentleman, pet., Nockold Thompson Esq. and Sarah his wife, deforc. Morrow of Trinity 12 Geo.III (1772).

Conditional surrender  HB26/412/797  26 June 1772

Contents:
Manor of Ugghall, of copyhold lands and tenements. Nockold Thompson and Sarah his wife to the use of James Dover.

Common recovery  HB26/412/798  1772

Contents:
Of messuage, etc. (as in HB26/412/796) by Stafford Squire Baxter, gentleman, from Robert Baxter, gentleman.
Samuel Moody the younger and Thomas Francis Martin, vouchees.
Trinity term, 12 Geo.III (1772).
Great seal in black wax, partly defaced, but in unusually good condition.

Lease and release  HB26/412/799  15 16 October 1773

Contents:
Of two messuages in Uggeshall, with lands and appurtenances, occupied by George Sayer, and other messuages and lands in Uggeshall and Frostenden, freehold and copyhold. Nockold Thompson and Sarah his wife to John Borton of Diss, Norfolk, merchant.

Absolute surrender  HB26/412/800  16 October 1773

Contents:
Manor of Ugghall, of copyhold lands and tenements. Nockold Thompson and Sarah his wife to John Borton.

Bond to observe conditions of agreement.  HB26/412/801  1773

Contents:
Nockold Thompson to John Borton.

Copy of part of will of John Borton of Diss, Norfolk, gentleman, dated 28 November 1774.  HB26/412/802  c 1776

Contents:
Messuages and lands, freehold and copyhold, in Uggeshall and Frostenden to John Drew Barton his eldest son, subject to annuity of £70 to Mary his wife and payment of £2500 to James Borton his youngest son. Proved 16 February 1776.

Assignment of leasehold interest  HB26/412/803  28 March 1775

Contents:
By way of mortgage in lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/794 and 795). James Dover of Saxlingham, Norfolk, gentleman, by direction of John Borton of Diss, Norfolk, to Rover Greenacre of Diss, gentleman, in trust for John Borton to wait upon the freehold inheritance.

Two copies of acknowledgement of satisfaction  HB26/412/804  28 March 1775

Contents:
Manor of Ugghall, by James Dover.

Copy of bargain and sale  HB26/412/805  c 1776

Contents:
Of advowsons of Uggeshall and Sotherton. Sir John Rous of Darsham Hall, baronet, to John Bedingfield of Aylsham, Norfolk, Esquire. 4 July 1776.

Copy of bargain and sale  HB26/412/806  c 1786

Contents:
Of advowson of Uggeshall and Sotherton and lands and rights belongings to rectories. John Bedingfield of Aylsham, Norfolk, Esq., a trustee, by direction of Rev. Daniel Colyer of Wroxham, clerk, to Rev. Thomas Sheriffe of Woodton, Norfolk, clerk. 27 Oct. 1786.

Lease and release  HB26/412/807  21 22 June 1793

Contents:
Of farmhouse in Uggeshall, formerly occupied by Edmund Bardwell then by George Sayer and now by Elizabeth Freeman, with lands and appurtenances, 173 acres, freehold and copyhold. John Drew Borton, M.A., Fellow of Caius College, Cambridge, eldest son and heir of John Borton of Diss, Norfolk, merchant, deceased, to Rev. Thomas Sheriffe of Uggeshall, clerk. Quitclaim of the same. James Borton of Carey Street, Lincoln's Inn, gentleman, youngest son of John Borton, deceased, to Rev. Thomas Sheriffe.

Release and discharge  HB26/412/808  22 June 1793

Contents:
Of legacy of £2500 under will of John Borton. James Borton to Thomas Sheriffe and John Drew Borton.

Absolute surrender  HB26/412/809  26 June 1793

Contents:
Manor of Ugghall, of copyhold lands and tenements. John Drew Borton to use of Rev. Thomas Sheriffe.

Copy of court roll: Ugghall.  HB26/412/810  c 1793

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Sheriffe on surrender by John Drew Borton to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/784). 11 December 1793.

Extract from Uggeshall Enclosure Award.  HB26/412/812  14 march 1799

Contents:
Allotment of piece of land, No.13, 4a.1r.34p. adjoining road and private road; piece of land, No.22, 1r.34p. adjoining road from Stoven to Wangford and road from Uggeshall Church to Uggeshall Hills; piece of land, No.19, 1a.1r.20p.; and piece of land, No.44, 2a.1r. adjoining road and private road to Rev. Thomas Sheriffe. 3a.1r.10p. of No.13 to be copyhold of manor of Ugghall. Award of piece of land 3a.2r.7p., including half the road from Uggeshall church to Uggeshall Hills, to Rev. Thomas Sheriffe in exchange for a piece of land given to Edmund Barber. Award of piece of land 2a.3r.36p. to Rev. Thomas Sheriffe in exchange for allotment No.13 given to Simon Rix.
(There seems to be some confusion concerning the lands involved).

Bargain and sale  HB26/412/813  10 November 1806

Contents:
Of piece of freehold land, part of Church Piece, in Uggeshall, 3a.3r.24p., adjoining glebe land, Lovers Walk and road from Uggeshall church to Uggeshall Hills, late of Robert Neslen of Newdigate, Surrey, gentleman. Edmund Barber of Uggeshall Esq. to Rev. Thomas Sheriffe of the same, clerk.

Agreement for exchange of lands.  HB26/412/814  27 December 1811

Contents:
The Long Piece in Uggeshall, 6a.35p., adjoining way from the Wash Lane (to Wangford deleted) and the said lane; and piece of land, part of Grove Piece, 1a.3r.25p., adjoining the same. Rev. Thomas Sheriffe to Simon Rix of Uggeshall, farmer, in exchange for piece of land or meadow called Low Meadow, 2a.1r., adjoining Fen Church Lane; piece of land, 2a.3r.13p., adjoining road from Uggeshall Church to Wangford and Fen Church Lane; and Harrow Pightle, 1a.2p., adjoining Wash Lane. Simon Rix to Rev. Thomas Sheriffe.

Abstract of title of Rev. Thomas Sheriffe  HB26/412/815  c 1799

Contents:
To the advowson of the consolidated rectory of Uggeshall and Sotherton.
Advowson of Uggeshall, 1653-1725
Advowson of Sotherton, 1670-1729
Both Advowsons, 1731-1786
Allotment made to Thomas Sheriffe as Rector of Uggeshall. 1799.

Abstract of title of Rev. Thomas Sheriffe  HB26/412/816  1744-1793

Contents:
To copyhold parts of an estate at Uggeshall.
Allotment 1803.

[no title]  HB26/412/817  c 1811

Contents:
Abstract of title of Rev. Thomas Sheriffe to freehold parts of an estate at Uggeshall. 1698-1793.
Allotment, 1799.
Piece of land, purchased of Edmund Barber Esq. 1806.
Pieces of land, exchanged with Simon Rix. 1811.

Exchange of lands  HB26/412/818  1 January 1834

Contents:
(As in HB26/412/814).

Lease and release  HB26/412/819 820  5 6 January 1834

Contents:
Of advowson of Uggeshall with Sotherton,with glebe lands, etc; and freehold part of farmhouse in Uggeshall, formerly occupied by Edmund Bardwell, with lands and appurtenances, 159a.2r.38p.; pieces of land, No.22, No.19 and No.44 in Enclosure Award (as in HB26/412/812); pieces of land, 3a.2r.7p. and 2a.3r.36p. (as in HB26/412/812); land (as in HB26/412/813); Low Meadow etc. (as in HB26/412/814). Rev. Thomas Sheriffe of Uggeshall, clerk, to Rt. Hon. John Edward Cornwallis, Earl of Stradbroke of Henham Hall. Covenant to surrender copyhold part of the estate.

Assignment of leasehold interest  HB26/412/821  6 January 1834


Related information: (See also HB26/412/794 and 795).

Contents:
By way of mortgage in messuages and lands (as in HB26/412/807). Elizabeth Algar of Redenhall with Harleston, Norfolk, widow, administratrix of Robert Greenacre of Diss, Norfolk, gentleman, by direction of Thomas Sheriffe of Uggeshall, clerk, and appointment of Rt. Hon. John Edward Cornwallis, Earl of Stradbroke, to Robert Crabtree of Halesworth, gentleman, in trust for the Earl of Stradbroke, to wait upon the freehold inheritance.

Absolute surrender  HB26/412/822  6 January 1834

Contents:
Manor of Ugghall, of copyhold lands and tenements. Rev. Thomas Sheriffe to the use of John Crabtree the younger of Halesworth, gentleman, and Thomas Freeman of Henham, farmer, upon trust for Earl of Stradbroke.

Bundle marked: "Second bundle. Title Deeds relating to an Estate at Uggeshall in Suffolk mortgaged by Henry Thompson Esqr. wife to Stephen Stanton Esqr. for £10,000". Numbered 235. (HB26/412/823-876)  HB26/412/823-876  [n.d.]

Two copies of Lease for 500 years  HB26/412/823 824  c 1649

(One copy considerably damaged by vermin).

Contents:
At peppercorn rent, of land or pasture, Crabtree Close, in Uggeshall, in field called the West Field adjoining Clay Pitt Way from Stoven to Uggeshall on east, and common way from Stoven to Couldham Green or Gouldes Green on north, 9 acres; piece of land in Uggeshall in Church Field, adjoining Cockerells Pightle and Blakes Way, 1½acres; 3 pieces of meadow in partable meadow, one road in Uggeshall, and 16 perches and one rood in Stoven, adjoining highway. Sir William Playters of Sotterley, knight and baronet, and Thomas Playters Esq., his son and heir apparent, to Thomas Feveryeare of Uggeshall, yeoman. 20 June 1649.

Two copies of lease for 499 years  HB26/412/825 826  c 1649

Contents:
At peppercorn rent from 20 June 1649 of the lands (as above). Sir William Playters and Thomas Playters to Thomas Feveryeare. 22 June 1649.

Copy of Admission  HB26/412/827  c 1728

Contents:
Manor of Ughall, of Anne, wife of John Bitten, gentleman, on death of William and Eliza Bell, her parents, to a third part of messuage, late occupied by John Wheeler, with lands and appurtenances in Uggeshall, adjoining the Packway leading from the Breachway to a way from Stoven to Ugghall Great Moore, and the other two ways, 20 acres; close of land and pasture in Uggeshall, adjoining the Breach way, and the way to the said messuage, 10 acres; West Field or West Breach, with a piece of meadow, in Uggeshall, adjoining the town Moore dividing Uggeshall and Stoven, 28 acres; piece of land or pasture, of tenement Thurgas, 4 acres, in the East Breach; other lands in the East Breach; two pieces of land in Bemptons Field, one, two acres, adjoining the Brook or way from Uggeshall to Frostenden, the other 1½ acres, adjoining Lady Acre.
Admission of Anne Bitten, on death of Eliza Bell, her mother, to third part of tenement called Warrens, with lands, etc., 2 acres; two closes adjacent, Cockerills Field, 3½ acres, and Hall Field Close, 4 acres; 13 pieces of land, meadow and pasture, 33a.1½r. in Uggeshall and Stoven (details at length but only 11 pieces are listed); close called Golds, 3a., adjoining Ringland Way; 2 pieces of land, 2 acres, adjoining Church Way; tenement called Woods with pightle adjacent, 4a., in Uggeshall, adjoining common way, Watts Way; piece of land, 1r., in Uggeshall, adjoining Alwyns Croft or Tripps; piece of land in Uggeshall in close called Segmeere, ½a.; pightle, 1a., in Bempton Field in Uggeshall; 2 pieces of land in the same, 1a., adjoining Church Way; piece of land in the same, 1½a.; piece of land in the same, 3a.; tenement called Shovers or Alwyns, with pightle adjacent, 3a., in Bempton Field, adjoining Walls Way; 3 pieces of land, 1½a., 1r., and 2a., in Bempton Field, adjoining Church Path; Normans Meadow, 2a., in West Fenn, adjoining common river; messuage, Reeves Hall with four pieces of land, 4a., 6a., 4a. and 3a., in West Fenn Close, the first two adjoining Fenn Way; 3 pieces of land: 1½a. in Soakemans Field, adjoining common way from Uggeshall to Northales, 1a. in Fenn Close adjoining Fenn Way, and 2½a. in Fenn Close; and 3 pieces of land: 3a. in South Field in Fenn Close, adjoining Fenn Street, 1½a. Sockmans Field, adjoining common way to Uggeshall Moor, and 1r. in the field.
Admission of Anne, wife of John Bitten, on death of William Newson, her grandfather, to third part of a marsh, 1½a., adjoining common river and Buckhill.
Surrender by John Bitten and Anne, his wife, to the uses of her will.
Admission of Elizabeth, wife of William Thompson, on death of William and Eliza Bell, her parents, to a third part of lands and tenements, as first described above.
Surrender by William Thompson and Eliza, his wife, and admission of John Schuldham of Bungay, gentleman.
Common recovery of the same by Joseph Watson, gentleman, from John Schuldham; William Thompson and Eliza, his wife, and Thomas Turner, vouchees.
Surrender by Joseph Watson and admission of Elizabeth, wife of William Thompson.
Admission of Eliza Thompson, on death of Eliza Bell, her mother, to a third part of lands and tenements, as secondly described above.
Admission of Eliza Thompson, on death of William Newson, her grandfather, to third part of marsh, as thirdly described above. Surrender by William Thompson and Eliza his wife to the uses of her will.
Admission of Sarah, wife of Robert Barker, to lands and tenements as first described above. Surrender by Robert and Sarah Barker and admission of John Schuldham. Common recovery by Joseph Watson. Surrender by the same, and admission of Robert and Sarah Barker.
Admission of Sarah Barker to third part of lands and tenements, as secondly and thirdly described above.
Surrender by Robert and Sarah Barker to their own use for life and then to the heirs of Sarah.
10 April 1728.

Copy of admission  HB26/412/828  c 1728

Contents:
Manor of Ughall, of Sarah Barker, on death of William and Eliza Bell, her parents, to lands and tenements (as first described in HB26/412/827). 10 April 1728.

Copy of admission  HB26/412/829  c 1728

Contents:
Manor of Frostenden, of Anne wife of John Bitten, on death of William Bell her father, to third part of piece of land in Uggeshall, 1½a.
Admission of Anne Bitten, on death of Eliza Bell, her mother, to third part of 1a. in Uggeshall in Benton Field; pightle, 2a., lately called Shelfhanger, with a piece of land, late a grove, adjacent, 2a., parcel of tenement Beales; 5 pieces of land, 16a., with parcel of meadow, 1r., in Uggeshall, adjoining Packway to Beccles, and common way from tenement Beales to Frostenden common; piece of land, ½a., in crofts formerly Beals; Watts Pightle, 2½a. in Uggeshall, adjoining Watts Way.
12 April 1728.

Copy of admission  HB26/412/830  c 1728

Contents:
Manor of Frostenden, of Sarah, wife of Robert Barker, to third part of lands and tenements (as above)
12 April 1728.

Indenture of fine  HB26/412/831  1729/30

Contents:
Concerning 7 messuages, 7 barns, 7 stables, 7 garden s, 7 orchards, 200a. land, 40a. meadow, 80a. pasture, 100a. furze and heath, and common of pasture, in Benacre, Brampton, Mutford, Wrentham, Uggeshall, Frostenden, Stoven, Sotterley, Henstead, Beccles, Bungay and Flixton. Joseph Watson, gent. and Henry Wychingham, gent., quer; John Bitten and Anne, his wife, William Thompson and Elizabeth, his wife, and Robert Barker and Sarah, his wife, deforc. Octave of Purification 3 Geo.II. (1729/30).

Lease and release  HB26/412/832  29 and 30 May 1730

Contents:
Of farmhouse with lands and appurtenances in Uggeshall, occupied by John Bitton, with 3 pieces of meadow or pasture, Cranes Meadow, New Meadow and Bulls Pightle, occupied by Sarah Ellis, widow, 8a.; messuage and lands in Uggeshall, occupied by Elizabeth Funnell, widow; cottage etc. in Uggeshall occupied by John Sheppard; piece of ground called the Wood at Hales Green in Loddon, Norfolk, and lands etc. in the same, occupied by William Staffe; farmhouse with lands etc. in Uggeshall, occupied by William Burton; messuage and lands in the same, occupied by Robert Jeeks; cottage, etc. in the same, occupied by Robert Canham; farmhouse and lands in Wrentham, occupied by Mary Sherman, widow; ground called the Underwood in the same, occupied by the same; lands and tenements in Bungay, occupied by Benjamin Skurry; farmhouse and lands in Uggeshall, occupied by Sarah Ellis; cottage, etc. in the same, occupied by Charles Collyer; ground called the Underwood in the same, occupied by Sarah Ellis; farmhouse and lands in Benacre, occupied by Henry Ellis; messuage etc. in Beccles, occupied by Mary Smith and William Owles, and messuages and lands in Benacre, Brampton, Mutford, Wrentham, Uggeshall, Frostenden, Stoven, Sotterley, Henstead, Beccles, Bungay, Flixton and Loddon, freehold and copyhold. John Bitton of Uggeshall, gent., and Anne, his wife, William Thompson of Southwold, salt refiner, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Robert Barker of Lowestoft, beer-brewer, and Sarah, his wife, to Joseph Watson of Norwich, gent., and Henry Wychingham of Yoxford, gent. to the use in part of John Bitton and Anne, his wife, for life, and then to the heirs of Anne; in part to the use of William Thompson and Elizabeth, his wife, for life, and then to the heirs of Elizabeth; and in part to the use of Sarah Barker and her heirs.

Copy of court roll: Ugghall.  HB26/412/833  c 1731

Contents:
Admission of John Bitton and Anne, his wife, on surrender by William Thompson and Elizabeth, his wife, and Robert Barker and Sarah, his wife, to two third parts of lands and tenements (as first described in HB26/412/827) tenement called Woods with pightle adjacent, pieces of land 1 rood, ½ acre, and pightle, 1 acre (as secondly described in HB26/412/827), lands and tenements late of Elizabeth Funnell, cottage, etc. in Uggeshall, occupied by John Sheppard, and Cranes Meadow occupied by Sarah Ellis. 5 April 1731.

Translated copy of HB26/412/833  HB26/412/834  c 1731

Copy of court roll: Ugghall.  HB26/412/835  c 1731

Contents:
Admission of Robert Barker of Lowestoft, beer-brewer, and Sarah, his wife, on surrender by John Bitton and Anne, his wife, and William Thompson and Elizabeth, his wife, to two thirds of close called Golds, and two pieces of land, 2 acres, and two pieces of land in Bempton Field, pieces of land, 1½a. and 3a., tenement called Shovers or Alwyn with pightle, and 3 pieces of land (as secondly described in HB26/412/827) and two thirds of lands and tenements, occupied by Sarah Ellis, except Cranes Meadow and a piece of underwood. 5 April 1731.

Translated copy of HB26/412/835  HB26/412/836  c 1731

Copy of court roll: Frostenden.  HB26/412/837  c 1731

Contents:
Admission of Robert Barker and Sarah, his wife, on surrender by John Bitton and Anne, his wife, and William Thompson and Elizabeth, his wife, to a pightle, 2 acres, late called Shelfhanger, with a piece of land, late a grove, 2 acres, 5 pieces of land, 16 acres, with parcel of meadow, and piece of land, ½ acre (as in HB26/412/829) except a piece called the Spong, and a piece of land to the south of it, 3½ acres. 21 April 1731.

Translated copy of HB26/412/837  HB26/412/838  c 1731

Copy of court roll: Frostenden.  HB26/412/839  c 1731

Contents:
Admission of John Bitton and Anne his wife, on surrender by William Thompson and Elizabeth his wife and Robert Barker and Sarah his wife, to pieces of land in Uggeshall, 1½ acres, and two thirds of two pieces of land, Le Spong Meadow, parcel of five pieces of land containing 16 acres, with parcel of meadow, 1 rood, and piece of land ½ acre in Crofts formerly Beals. 21 April 1731.

Translated copy of HB26/412/839  HB26/412/840  c 1731

Absolute surrender  HB26/412/841  30 September 1740

Contents:
Manor of Ugghall, of copyhold lands and tenements. John Morse of Uggeshall, yeoman, and Elizabeth, his wife, to the use of Robert May of Blythburgh, gentleman.

Bond to guarantee title  HB26/412/842  30 Sept. 1740

Contents:
To copyhold lands in the manor of Ugghall surrendered. John Morse to Robert May.

Assignment of leasehold terms of 500 years  HB26/412/843  30 September 1740

Contents:
And 499 years in lands (as in HB26/412/823 and 824). John Morse of Uggeshall, yeoman, devisee and executor of Thomas Howes deceased (who was devisee and executor of Daniel Howes, his father, who was devisee and executor of Thomas Feveryear of Uggeshall, yeoman) to Robert May of Blythburgh, yeoman.

Assignment of leasehold terms  HB26/412/844  30 September 1740

Contents:
Upon extinguishment of mortgage, in lands (as in HB26/412/823 and 824). Simon Landefield of Lowestoft, mariner, by direction of John Morse of Uggeshall, yeoman, to Robert May of Blythburgh, yeoman.

Copy of court roll: Ugghall.  HB26/412/845  c 1741

Contents:
Admission of Robert May on surrender by John Morse and Elizabeth, his wife, to tenement called Normans with lands, 9 acres, in Cockerells Field, adjoining way from Stoven Green towards Golds Green or Callow Green, and way from Stoven Green to Uggeshall church; close called the Bottom, 8 acres, formerly Snells, in West Breach field, adjoining common way and procession way between Stoven and Uggeshall; all formerly of Thomas Feveryeare; acre of copyhold in Church Field or Cockerells Field between highway from Uggeshall church to Stoven and Alwynes pightle; and triangular land, 1 acre, in the same field, adjoining the highway and Black Way from Uggeshall Bridge to Sotterley, late of Thomas Howes, uncle of John Morse. 11 May 1741.

Assignment of leasehold terms of 500 years  HB26/412/846  29 Sept. 1756

Contents:
And 499 years in lands (as in HB26/412/823 and 824). Robert May of Sutton, gentleman, to John May his son of Southwold, merchant.

Copy of court roll: Ugghall.  HB26/412/847  c 1761

Contents:
Admission of John May, gentleman, eldest son and next heir of Robert May, Esq., on death of his father, to lands (as in HB26/412/845). 27 May 1761.

Copy of admission  HB26/412/848  c 1762

Contents:
Manor of Ugghall, of George Bitton of Uggeshall, gentleman, on death of John Bitton, and surrender by Ann Bitton, to the whole of lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/833). 10 March 1762.

Copy of admission  HB26/412/849  c 1765

Contents:
Manor of Frostenden, of George Bitton on surrender by Ann Bitton, to piece of land in Uggeshall, 1½a.; 1a. in Benton Field in Uggeshall; 2 pieces of land called the Spong and Meadow, 3½a., parcel of 5 pieces of land, 16 a.; piece of meadow, 1r. 21 October 1765.

Copy of admission  HB26/412/850  c 1765

Contents:
Manor of Ugghall, of William Bell Barker, clerk, only son of Sarah, wife of William Barker, on death of his parents, to the whole of lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/835) and a marsh, 1½a., adjoining Common River and Buck Hill (as thirdly described in HB26/412/827). Surrender by William Bell Barker to the uses of his will. 18 November 1765.

Copy of admission  HB26/412/851  c 1765

Contents:
Manor of Frostenden, of William Bell Barker, clerk, on death of Robert and Sarah Barker, his parents, to lands (as in HB26/412/837). Surrender by William Bell Barker to the uses of his will. 18 November 1765.

Assignment of leasehold terms of 500 years  HB26/412/852  11 Oct. 1779

Contents:
And 499 years in lands (as in HB26/412/823 and 824). John May of Southwold, gentleman, to George Bitton of Uggeshall, gentleman.

Copy of court roll: Ugghall.  HB26/412/853  c 1785

Contents:
Admission of Sarah Bitton, youngest daughter of George Bitton of Uggeshall, gentleman, on surrender by John May of Southwold, gentleman, and Amy, his wife, to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/845). 31 Dec. 1785.

Copy of admission  HB26/412/854  c 1791

Contents:
Manor of Frostenden, of George Bitton of Uggeshall, gentleman, in accordance with will of William Bell Barker, his cousin, to lands (as in HB26/412/837). Surrender by George Bitton and admission of Anna Isabella Barber, wife of Edmund Barber, gentleman, and eldest daughter of George Bitton, for life, and then to the uses of George Bitton's will. 1 November 1791.

Copy of court roll: Ugghall.  HB26/412/855  c 1791

Contents:
Admission of George Bitton in accordance with will of William Bell Barker, to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/850). Surrender by George Bitton, and admission of George Bitton for life and then to Anna Isabella Barber, his daughter. 4 November 1791.

Probate of will of George Bitton of Uggeshall, gentleman, dated 1 July 1791.  HB26/412/856  6 August 1793

Contents:
Capital messuage in Uggeshall, occupied by himself, messuage and farm in Uggeshall, devised by William Bell Barker, occupied by John Youngs, messuage and farm in the same, purchased of William May and lands and tenements in the same, purchased of Sir John Rous, to Ann Isabella Barber, his daughter, for life and then to John Thompson of Southwold, Esq., and Rev. Thomas Sheriffe of Uggeshall, clerk, in trust, and upon the death of Ann Isabella Barber, to Edmund Barber, her husband, for life, and then to their children, etc. Charged with annuity to Margaret, wife of the testator. Lands in Loddon, Norfolk, occupied by - Roberts, and messuages and lands in Blythburgh, occupied by George Wincop and Robert Elmy, subject to annuity to Margaret, his wife, to Sarah Jermyn, his daughter, for life, and then to Peter Jermyn, her husband, for life, and then to their children, etc. Copyhold estate in Uggeshall, late Barkers to be subject to similar arrangements. Codicil dated 3 February 1792. Devises to Edmund Barber and Peter Jermyn his sons-in-law limited to estates he inherited from John and Ann Bitton, his parents.

Copy of court roll: Ugghall  HB26/412/857  c 1793

Contents:
Admission of Anna Isabella Barber wife of Edmund Barber of Uggeshall, gentleman, for life, and then to her husband for life, their children, etc., on surrender by Peter Jermyn the younger of Halesworth, gentleman, and Sarah his wife, late Sarah Bitton, spinster, in accordance with will of George Bitton, to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/845). 11 December 1793.

Copy of court roll: Ugghall.  HB26/412/858  c 1793

Contents:
Admission of Anna Isabella Barber for life, in accordance with will of George Bitton, her father, to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/833). 11 December 1793.

Copy of admission  HB26/412/859  c 1794

Contents:
Manor of Frostenden, of Anna Isabella Barber for life, in accordance with will of George Bitton, her father, to land (as in HB26/412/849). 27 February 1794.

Extract from Uggeshall Inclosure Award.  HB26/412/860  14 March 1799

Contents:
Allotment to Edmund Barber of piece of ground, No.11, 7a. 26p., bounded by a road and a private road; piece of ground, No.33, 3p., adjoining Blockhouse Lane; piece of land, Letter G, 1r. 2p., adjoining the same; piece of land, No.34, 18p., adjoining Blockhouse Lane and road from Stoven to Wrentham; piece of land, part of No.2, 3a. 2r. 15p., adjoining road; piece of land, No.46, 1r. 3p., adjoining private road. 4a. 3r. 26p. of No.11 to be copyhold of manor of Ugghall and 1a. of the same of the manor of Frostenden.

Copy of court roll: Ugghall.  HB26/412/861  c 1803

Contents:
Admission of Edmund Barber, gentleman, in accordance with award of Enclosure Commissioners to piece of land, 2a. 32p., part of allotment No.2, and piece of land, 4a. 3r. 26p., part of allotment No.11. 19 February 1803.

Copy of court roll: Ugghall.  HB26/412/862  c 1811

Contents:
Admission of Mary, wife of Henry Thompson of Turnham Green, Middlesex, Esq., only child of Anna Isabella Barber, on death of her mother, to lands (as in HB26/412/845). 13 December 1811.

Copy of court roll: Ugghall  HB26/412/863  c 1811

Contents:
Admission of Mary, wife of Henry Thompson, on death of her mother, in accordance with will of George Bitton, to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/850 833) and piece of land, 4a. 3r. 26p., part of No.11 in Inclosure Award. 13 December 1811.

Copy of court roll: Frostenden.  HB26/412/864  c 1811

Contents:
Admission of Mary, wife of Henry Thompson, on death of her mother, in accordance with will of George Bitton, to lands (as in HB26/412/837) and, on death of her mother, to lands (as in HB26/412/849). 13 December 1811.

Lease and release  HB26/412/865 866  c 1814

Size 8½" x 14" N.W. of centre of parish, showing field boundaries, reference numbers and lot numbers, etc. Coloured.

Contents:
Of three pieces of meadow and pasture in Uggeshall, Cranes Meadow, New Meadow and Bulls Pightle, formerly occupied by Sarah Ellis, widow, 8 acres; messuage, etc. in Uggeshall, formerly occupied by Elizabeth Funnell; cottage, etc., formerly occupied by John Sheppard; farmhouse, lands, etc., formerly occupied by Sarah Ellis; cottage, etc., formerly occupied by Charles Collyer; ground called the Underwood, formerly occupied by Sarah Ellis; freehold messuages and lands (as in HB26/412/832); Second Freeland Field, adjoining Glebe Land, 4a. 3r. 30p.; Further Rush Close, adjoining road from Uggeshall Hills, 4a. 1p.; Nearest Rush Close, 4a. 4p.; piece of land in Home Close, late of George Bitton, 1a.; piece of land in Little Marriotts Close, 2a.; piece of land in a four piece acre, adjoining Breach Way, 1r.; triangular piece of land, 1r.; piece of land in Bempton Field, 2r. 36p.; piece of land in the same field, 3r. 16p.; lands allotted in Enclosure Award (as in HB26/412/860). Henry Thompson of Chiswick, Middlesex, Esq., and Mary, his wife, to Sir Edward Berry of Catton, Norfolk, baronet, and George Bedford of Bedford Row, St. Andrew, Holborn, Middx., gentleman, upon trusts. Covenant to levy fine to the same. Assignment of leasehold terms of 500 years and 499 years in lands (as in HB26/412/823 824). Covenant to surrender copyhold lands in the manors of Uggeshall and Frostenden (as in HB26/412/837 and 849), 1 acre, part of allotment No.11, in manor of Frostenden, lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/845, 850 and 833) and piece of land, 4a. 3r. 26p. (as in HB26/412/863), to hold to Mary Thompson, to the use of Sir Edward Berry and George Bedford. All upon trust to sell them in their discretion. 6 7 December 1814.
Schedule of lands concerned, giving names, acreages of arable and pasture, and form of tenure.
Plan: scale about 8¾" to 1m.

Settlement: declaration of trusts  HB26/412/867  13 June 1827

Contents:
Concerning the estate conveyed in HB26/412/865 866. Proceeds of sales of the property to be invested, on trust for Henry Thompson for life, and then to Mary, his wife, for life, and then for their children. Same parties as above. 7 December 1814.
On dorse: Appointment of all monies arising from parts of the above estate, remaining unsold. Henry Thompson and Mary, his wife, to David Miller of Upper Rosoman Street, Clerkenwell, Middlesex, gent., (the remaining estate to be conveyed to him) upon trust for Henry Thompson for life, then for Mary Thompson for life and then for their children.

Two indentures of fine  HB26/412/868  1816

Contents:
Concerning 12 messuages, 6 tofts, 12 barns, 12 stables, 12 orchards, 12 gardens, 150 acres land, 100 acres meadow, 100 acres pasture, 50 acres wood, 20 acres heath and common of pasture, in Uggeshall and Frostenden. Sir Edward Berry, bart. and George Bedford, plt; Henry Thompson Esq. and Mary, his wife, deforc. 8 days of St. Martin 55 George III (1814), and 15 days of St. Martin 57 George III (1816).

Quitclaim  HB26/412/869  16 June 1827

Contents:
Of moiety of unsold parts of estate (as in HB26/412/865 866). Sir Edward Berry, late of Catton, Norfolk, now of Bath, baronet, Rear-Admiral of the White, K.C.B., at direction of Henry Thompson and Mary, his wife, and David Miller of Upper Rosoman Street, Clerkenwell, Middx., gent., to George Bedford, gentleman.

Lease and release  HB26/412/870 871  18 19 June 1827


Related information: See HB26/412/872

Contents:
Of messuages and lands (as in HB26/412/865 866, except Second Freeland Field and Further and Nearest Rush Close). George Bedford, at direction of Henry Thompson and Mary, his wife, and with acceptance of David Miller, to David Miller, to the use of Henry Thompson for life, then to Mary Thompson, for life, and then to their children. Assignment of leasehold term in lands (as in HB26/412/823 824). Covenant to surrender copyhold lands in manors of Uggeshall and Frostenden (as in HB26/412/837, 849 (except one acre in Benton Field, and piece of meadow, 1 rood), 845, 850 and 833, and piece of land 4a. 3r. 26p. as in HB26/412/863) to the use of George Bedford, upon similar trusts.
On dorse of release:-
(a) Assignment of leasehold terms in lands (as in HB26/412/823 824). David Miller, by direction of Henry Thompson and Mary, his wife, to George Bedford, upon trusts declared. 19 June 1827.
(b) Release

Lease  HB26/412/872  22 23 June 1827

Contents:
(And release endorsed on HB26/412/871) of life interest in freehold messuages and lands (as in HB26/412/870 871). Henry Thompson to David Miller in order that he may suffer common recovery by George Bedford, to the uses declared in HB26/412/871.

Common recovery  HB26/412/873  1827

(Great seal in green wax, broken in several pieces).

Contents:
Of 12 messuages, 6 tofts, 24 gardens, 120a. land, 60a. meadow, 60a. pasture, 20a. wood, 20a. heath, and common of pasture, in Uggeshall and Frostenden, by George Bedford, from David Miller. Henry Thompson and Mary, his wife [...] and George Humphreys, vouchees. Trinity Term 8 Geo.IV (1827).

Affidavit by William Kent of Uggeshall  HB26/412/874  10 September 1827

Contents:
Farmer, that the copyhold lands in the manors of Uggeshall and Frostenden (as in HB26/412/850 and 837) were in and prior to 1791 and for many years afterwards in the tenure of John Youngs of Uggeshall, farmer.

Mortgage  HB26/412/875   12 February 1828

Contents:
Appointment and lease and release of freehold lands (as in HB26/412/870 871). Henry Thompson and Mary, his wife, to Stephen Stanton of Hendon, Middx. Esq. Assignment of leasehold terms in land (as in HB26/412/823 824). George Bedford at direction of Henry Mary Thompson to the same. Covenant to surrender copyhold lands (as in HB26/412/870 and 871). 4 5 October 1827.
On the dorse: Declaration of additional charge upon the same estate as security.

Bundle marked: "Uggeshall Estate 1824. Conveyance to Lord Stradbrook. Part being Hall Farm, Uggeshall." Numbered 235B.  HB26/412/877-881  [n.d.]

Copy of will of Ann Isabella Barber of Uggeshall, widow.  HB26/412/877  c 1811

Contents:
Monetary bequests only. The will is not signed, witnessed or dated.
Copy of affidavit by William Bardwell and James Blake of Uggeshall, farmers, to the authenticity of the will.
Administration granted, 24 September 1811.
Enclosed: Note of baptisms, marriages and burials of the Bitton and Barber families at Uggeshall. 1762-1796.

Abstract of title of Stephen Stanton, Esquire  HB26/412/878  c 1811

142 sheets

Contents:
As mortgagor, to freehold, copyhold and leasehold lands and hereditaments in the county of Suffolk.
Estate (as in HB26/412/833, 835, 837 and parts of freehold estate in HB26/412/832). 1730-1794.
Estate (as in HB26/412/823 824). 1740-1779.
Copyhold estate (as in HB26/412/845). 1740-1761.
Freehold in Uggeshall, purchased of Sir John Rous, the greater part of which was afterwards exchanged for Glebe. (Second freeland field, etc. (as in HB26/412/865 866). 1779-88. The estates generally. 1791-93.
Allotments under enclosure and copyhold estates. 1799-1811. The whole estate 1814-1828.

Observations on title  HB26/412/879  3 December 1833

Contents:
To the estate in HB26/412/878 by Francis Turner, with answers thereto by M.J. Rippingham of Great Prescot Street, solicitor for the vendor, dated Mr. Turner's replies thereto.

Appointment and lease and release  HB26/412/880 881  12 13 September 1834

Contents:
Of freehold part of estate (as in HB26/412/870 871), 238a. 2r. 4p. (in all with copyhold and leasehold parts), viz. farmhouse,etc. occupied by Philip Capon, 1a. 3r. 30p.; piece of pasture, the Avenue, 2a. 34p.; the Garden, 2r. 32p.; pasture, the orchard 1a. 3p.; pasture, the garden meadow 4a. 20p.; Pond Meadow, 9a. 4p.; pasture, Stackyard Piece, 4a. 2p.; Barn Piece, 4a. 1r. 12p.; Calves Meadow, 4a. 29p.; Dix's Meadow, 5a. 2r. 34p.; First North Close 7a. 3r. 10p.; Further New North Close, 6a. 2r. 26p.; East Part of Nine Acres, 6a. 14p.; West Part of Nine Acres, 5a. 35p.; First Horse Close, 8a. 1r. 11p.; Further Horse Close, 5a. 3r. 29p.; arable, Pages, 5a. 2r. 2p.; Four Acres, 6a. 10p.; Upper West Close, 7a. 6p.; Lower West Close, 6a. 28p.; arable, First West Close and Brook Meadow, 9a. 35p.; pasture, Low Farm Stackyard, with buildings, 6a. 3p.; Backhouse Close, 6a. 1r. 9p.; Front Pasture, 9a. 22p.; Rush Close, 6a. 2r. 26p.; Orchard Piece, 5a. 2r. 38p.; arable, the Thorofarc, 8a.; Five Roods; 2a. 3r. 21p.; arable, the Fielding, 11a.2r.; Middle Field, 6a. 3r. 33p.; Chapel Meadow, 5a. 3r. 34p.; Funnels or Hogs Corner, 7a. 30p.; arable, part of Great Church Close, 7a. 1r. 26p.; arable, north part of a common allotment, 3a. 2r. 26p.; drift way, 2r. 3p.; and roads adjoining the farm, 1a. 3r. 22p. containing 195a. 2r. 19p. in all; farmhouse etc. occupied by William Kent, 1a. 1r. 38p.; Little Meadow, 1a. 7p.; the Hempland, 1r. 31p.; Barn Meadow, 2a. 1r. 38p.; Two Acres, 2a. 1r. 20p.; Clay Pit Piece, 3a. 3r. 38p.; Road Close, 5a. 1r. 24p.; Brook Close, 4a. 2r. 5p.; Stoven Bridge Piece, 4a. 3r. 10p.; Burtons Piece, 3a.; The Clumps, 4a. 1r. 6p.; Mills Marsh, 1a. 2r. 27p.; roads adjoining the farm, 1r. 34p.; 36a. 3r. 38p. in all; plantation called the spring, 2a. 3r. 38p. occupied by Henry Thompson; Low Farm Cottage, etc. 3r. 34p.; cottages, etc., 1r. 7p.; 1r. 8p.; 2r. 18p. and 3r. 2p. Stephen Stanton of Hendon, Middlesex, Esq. (with consent of William Cater of Ware, Herts., malster and James Foster Groom of Abchurch Lane, London, Esq. assignees of estate in Bankruptcy of Henry Thompson, and Henry Thompson of Plymouth, Devon, gentleman, and Mary, his wife) and William Cater and James Foster Groom, to Rt. Hon. John Edward Cornwallis, Earl of Stradbroke. Covenant to surrender copyhold part of the estate. Assignment of leasehold terms in lands (as in HB26/412/823 and 824).

Bundle marked: "Writings relating to an Estate at Uggeshall in Suffolk, purchased by the Earl of Stradbroke of the executors of Ann Thompson. August 1836. White House Fm. Uggeshall." Numbered 236.  HB26/412/882-890  [n.d.]

Settlement on marriage between  HB26/412/882  29 December 1762

Contents:
John Thompson of Southwold, gentleman, and Ann Jenney of Ipswich, spinster. Release of freehold messuage with lands, etc. in Southwold; and messuage and farm in Uggeshall, occupied by Isaac Woodroffe. John Thompson to Lott Knight of Ipswich, gentleman, and John Gravenor of the same, gentleman, upon trusts.
Release of messuage and farm, formerly of Thomas Wingfield, gentleman, in Mendlesham, occupied by John Doe; messuage and farm in the same, late of Thomas Bacon, occupied by John Doe; messuage and farm in Earl Stonham, Little Stonham and Stowupland, occupied by Samuel Bird, and messuage and farm in the same occupied by Samuel Bird, both late of Edmund Jenney, father of Ann Jenney; Ann Jenney to Lott Knight and John Gravenor, in trust for John Thompson for life, then for Ann Jenney, and then for their children.
Covenant to surrender copyhold lands in manor of Ugghall and Frostenden, viz. a tenement called Warrens with lands, 44a. 3r.; messuage called Reeves Hall and lands 26a. 3r.; lands late Dassetts, 18a. 3r.; messuage and 5a. of land called Punts late Howes; and Watts Pightle, 2½a, adjoining Watts Way.
Covenant to surrender copyhold lands in manors of Mendlesham with its members and Earl Stonham.
Assignment of £900 and other securities. Ann Jenney to the same upon trusts.

Probate of will of John Thompson of Southwold, Esquire, dated 7 February 1805.  HB26/412/883  1806

Contents:
Moiety of messuages and lands in Uggeshall and Stoven, occupied by John and Robert Peirson, to Samuel Marryat of Chancery Lane, London, Esq., and Edmund Jenney of Hasketon, Esq. upon trust for Jenney Thompson, his daughter, for life, upon her marriage to James Welsh, Esq. an officer in the Royal Navy, and then for James Welsh, for life, and then for their children. The other moiety to Ann Thompson, his daughter. Proved 20 May 1806.

Bargain and sale  HB26/412/884  21 July 1806

Contents:
Of messuages and farm in Southwold and Uggeshall (as in HB26/412/882); messuage, formerly of William More, with lands, in Wenhaston, 107 acres, formerly occupied by William Whincop, then by William More and now by John Youngs; messuage and lands, formerly of William More, in Wenhaston and Blythburgh, formerly occupied by Edmund Ellis, then by William More, and now by James Tyrrell, William Goddard and John Estaugh (except Brencis Bridge Meadow, 6a., and 4 closes of land, Hungerdows, 18a.) James Welsh, Captain R.N., and Jenney his wife, and Ann Thompson of Southwold, spinster, sister of Jenney Welsh, to Benjamin Pugh of Grays Inn, Middx., gent., in order that he may suffer a common recovery, by Edmund Jenney of Hasketon Esq. to the use, as to one moiety, of Jenney Welsh for life, and then to James Welsh for life, and then of their children, and as to the other moiety, of Ann Thompson.

Common recovery  HB26/412/885  1806

Contents:
Of seven messuages, one brewhouse, one malthouse, two grannaries, three gardens, 250a. land, 50a. meadow, 50a. pasture, 50a. marsh and common of pasture, in Southwold, Wenhaston, Blythburgh, Uggeshall and Stoven, by Edmund Jenney from Benjamin Pugh, gentleman, James Welsh Esq. and Jenney his wife, and Ann Thompson, spinster, and Charles Browning, vouchees. Michaelmas Term, 47 George III (1806).

Extract of recovery HB26/412/885  HB26/412/886  1806

Plan  HB26/412/887  1807

Coloured.

Contents:
Of "An estate of Capt. James Welsh, R.N. and Miss Thompson lying in Uggeshall and Stoven.... in the occupation of Robt. Peirsons and contains 242a. 1r. 4p., in centre, and N.W of Uggeshall, and W. of Stoven, surveyed by T. Peak, 1807, Scale 10" to 1m." Size 24" x 26½". Showing field names, areas, adjoining landowners.

Lease for eight years  HB26/412/888  9 October 1830

Contents:
Of messuage and farm in Uggeshall and Frostenden, 133a. 1r. 4p., occupied by Robert Peirson (except the plantation). Jenney Welsh of Dedham, Essex, widow, and Ann Thompson of the same, spinster, to Timothy Leman of Brampton, farmer.

Abstract of title  HB26/412/889  1762-1835

Contents:
Of the executors and trustees for sale under the will of the late Miss Ann Thompson to freehold part of an estate in Uggeshall and Stoven. Uggeshall 1762. Stoven 1767-1791. Whole estate, freehold and copyhold 1805-1835.

Lease and release  HB26/412/890  12 13 August 1836

Contents:
Of messuage and farm in Uggeshall, formerly occupied by Isaac Woodroffe, then by John and Robert Pierson, and now by Timothy Leman, 133a. 1r. 4p., viz. Black Pieces, 4.1.23; and 8.2.4; Spong, 1.2.38; Baxters Field, 10.0.22; Cockerells, 2.3.24; Great Darsarts, 7.2.27; Little Darsarts, 6.0.7; Grove Darsarts, 7.1.12; Grove, 9.1.12; Burgess Piece, 6.3.20; Cart Shed Field, 4.0.32; Allotment, 5.0.21; Wash Lane Pightle, 3.3.18; Ganters Hills, 6.1.20; Great Hill, 11.0.18; Barn Piece, 4.1.31; Clay Pit Piece, 7.2.12; Bullers Marsh, 6.1.22; Blackmans Acre, 0.2.36; Trout Meadows, 4.0.38; Orchard 0.3.12; Stackyard Meadow, 4.3.4; ---, 0.2.25; yards and gardens 1.0.37; Hills Marsh, 2.0.32; cottage yards, 0.1.14; and 0.1.7; Plantation, 0.3.6, and roads, 3.0.30. Edmund Jenney of Hasketon Esq., the Rev. Robert Marratt Miller, D.D. of Dedham, Essex, clerk, and John John Thomas Ambrose of Mistley, Essex, gent., (executors and trustees for sale under will of Ann Thompson), to Rt. Hon. John Edward Cornwallis, Earl of Stradbroke of Henham Hall. Bargain and sale of copyhold lands, 2a. 2r. in manor of Frostenden, 2 messuages, 1 tenement, 108a. 2r. 7p. in manor of Ugghall, and 4a. in manor of Wangford (as in HB26/412/892, except marsh, 1½a., and as in 891, 895, 896, 907 and 903).

Bundle marked "As to copyhold held of the Manor of Uggeshall"  HB26/412/891-902  [n.d.]

Copy of court roll: Ugghall.  HB26/412/891  c 1758

Contents:
Admission of John Thompson, only son of William Thompson, upon death of his mother, to three separate pieces of land: Saw Pitt Close in Cockerills Field, formerly in two pieces, adjoining common way from Uggeshall Church to Stoven, and Watts Way, 5¾a; Broome Close, formerly Grymes, in Bempton Field, adjoining the same, 6a; and Church Meadow, formerly Pratts and Alwyns Pightle, late in 6 pieces, adjoining the said common way and Copy Close 7a; and close or tenement, Punts, 5a., adjoining highway called Black Way and highway from Uggeshall towards Stoven. 25 March 1758.

Copy of court roll: Ugghall.  HB26/412/892  c 1758

Contents:
Admission of John Thompson on death of Elizabeth Thompson, his mother, to third part of:- tenement, Warrens with appurtenances, 2a; two closes adjoining, Cockerills Field, 3½a, and meadow, formerly Hall Field Close, 4a; 13 pieces of land meadow and pasture, 33a. 1r. 20p. in Uggeshall and Stoven (details at length, but only 11 pieces are listed); messuage, Reeves Hall, with four pieces of land, 4a., 6a., 4a. and 3a. in Fenn Close, the first two adjoining Fenn Way; 3 pieces of land: 1½a. in Soakmans Field, adjoining common way from Uggeshall to Northales; 1a. in Fenn Close, adjoining Fenn Way; and 2½a. in Fenn Close; and 3 pieces of land: 3a. in Southfield in Fenn Close, adjoining Fenn Street Way; 1½a. in Soakmans Field, adjoining common way to Uggeshall Moor; and 1 rood in a field; a marsh, 1½a., adjoining Common river and Buckshill. 25 March 1758.
These lands appeared also in HB26/412/827 in 1728.

Copy of court roll: Ugghall.  HB26/412/893  c 1758

Contents:
Admission of John Thompson on death of Elizabeth Thompson, his mother, to two thirds of lands and tenements, HB26/412/892 25 March 1758.

Abstract of admission  HB26/412/894  6 April 1763

Contents:
Manor of Ugghall, of John Thompson of Southwold, gentleman, on surrender by himself to his own use for life, and then to use of Ann, his wife, for life, and then of their children, to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/892 and 891).

Abstract of admission  HB26/412/895  31 December 1785

Contents:
Manor of Ugghall, of John Thompson, on surrender by Thomas Waters of Beccles, yeoman, and Hannah, his wife, to piece of marsh, 7a., with parcel of land, part a green, adjoining Martins Meadow; pightle, ½a., in Ganders Close, late of Wangford Priory, adjoining little Marriotts; piece of marsh in East Fen, 2a., adjoining Fenn Way, and a causeway; and a marsh, 3r. 2p., adjoining.

Abstract of admission  HB26/412/896  19 February 1803

Contents:
Manor of Ughall, of John Thompson, in accordance with award of Enclosure Commissioners, to piece of land, No.6 in Award, 3a. 2r. 34p., adjoining roads; piece of land, No.23 in Award, 29p., adjoining road from Stoven to Wangford; piece of land, No.24 in Award, 1r. 11p., adjoining the said road, and the road from Uggeshall Hills, past the farmhouse of John Thompson, occupied by Isaac Woodroffe; piece of land, No.25, 30p. adjoining the same roads; piece of land, No.28, 2r. 36p., adjoining road from Stoven past Hogs Corner to Wangford, and the said road from Uggeshall Hills; piece of land, No.29, 22p., adjoining the last road and the road from Stoven to Wrentham; and piece of land, No.32, 7p., adjoining Blackhouse Lane.

Copy of court roll: Ugghall.  HB26/412/897  c 1806

Contents:
Admission of Ann Thompson, on death of her father, John Thompson, and in accordance with his surrender, to a moiety of lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/892, 891, 895 and 896). 22 August 1806

Copy of court roll: Ugghall.  HB26/412/898  c 1806

Contents:
Admission of Jenney, wife of James Welsh, Esq., on death of her father John Thompson, and in accordance with his surrender, to a moiety of lands and tenements (as above). 22 August 1806.

Power of attorney  HB26/412/899  10 May 1833

Contents:
To surrender copyhold lands and tenements in manors of Ugghall and Frostenden, to a person who will suffer a recovery of them. Ann Thompson to James Wenn of Ipswich, gent., and John Duningham of the same, gent.
Power of attorney to act act as vouchees in the said recovery. Ann Thompson to Benjamin Robertson Bedwell of East Bergholt, Esq., and Charles Gross of Ipswich, gentleman.

Copy of court roll: Ugghall.  HB26/412/900  c 1833

Contents:
Admission of Ann Thompson of Dedham, Essex, spinster, on death of Jenney Welsh, her sister, to moiety of lands (as in HB26/412/895 and 896). 23 November 1833.

Copy of court roll: Ugghall.  HB26/412/901  c 1833

Contents:
Admission of Ann Thompson, on death of Jenney Welsh, her sister, in accordance with surrender by John Thompson, their father, to moiety of lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/892 except marsh, 1½a., and as in HB26/412/891). Surrender by James Wenn, her attorney, and admission of Thomas Freeman, of Henham, gent., to the whole of the above lands and tenements. Common recovery by Charles Bryant, gent., from Thomas Freeman. Ann Thompson and William Kent, vouchees. Surrender by Charles Bryant and admission of Ann Thompson. 23 November 1833.

Abstract of title  HB26/412/902  c 1834

Contents:
Of the executors and trustees for sale under will of Ann Thompson to copyhold lands in manor of Uggeshall (as in HB26/412/891, 892, 895 and 896). 1762-1834.

Bundle marked: "As to copyhold land held of the Manor of Frostenden"  HB26/412/903-906  [n.d.]

Abstract of admission  HB26/412/903  27 February 1758

Contents:
Manor of Frostenden, of John Thompson, on death of Elizabeth, widow of William Thompson, his mother, to 2½a., Watts Pightle, adjoining Watts Way to the East.

Abstract of admission  HB26/412/904  5 July 1808

Contents:
Manor of Frostenden, of Jenney, wife of James Welsh, Esq., captain of H.M.S. "The Racoon", and Ann Thompson of Southwold, spinster, on death of John Thompson, their father, to Watts Pightle (as above). Surrender by the same, and admission of James Hingeston of Reydon, gentleman, to 2//3 of the land. Recovery by William Kemp: James Welsh and Jenney, his wife, and Ann Thompson and John Windsal, vouchees. Surrender by William Kent (sic) and admission of Ann Thompson and Jenney Welsh, each to one third part. Surrender by the same to the uses of their respective wills.

Copy of court roll: Frostenden.  HB26/412/905  c 1833

Contents:
Admission of Ann Thompson of Dedham, Essex, spinster, on death of Jenney Welsh, her sister, to moiety of Watts Pightle (as in HB26/412/903). 23 November 1833.

Abstract of title  HB26/412/906  c 1834

Contents:
Of executors and trustees for sale under will of Ann Thompson, to Watts Pightle, (as in HB26/412/903). 1762-1834.

Bundle marked: "As to copyholds held of the manor of Wangford".  HB26/412/907-910  [n.d.]

Copy of court roll: Wangford.  HB26/412/907  c 1786

Contents:
Admission of John Thompson of Southwold, gentleman, on surrender by Thomas Waters of Beccles, yeoman, and Hannah, his wife, to close in Uggeshall, anciently called Ganders, 4a., adjoining highway from Uggeshall to Wangford on the north, and Martyns Meadow, on the south. 14 January 1786.

Abstract of admission  HB26/412/908  20 August 1806

Contents:
Manor of Wangford, of Jenney Welsh and Ann Thompson, on death of John Thompson, their father, to the close, HB26/412/907.

Copy of court roll: Wangford.  HB26/412/909  c 1833

Contents:
Admission of Ann Thompson, on death of Jenney Welsh, her sister, to moiety of close (as in HB26/412/907). 23 November 1833.

Abstract of title  HB26/412/910  1786-1834

Contents:
Of executors and trustees for sale under will of Ann Thompson, to close in Uggeshall (as in HB26/412/907).

Bundle numbered 239 according to list.  HB26/412/911-922  [n.d.]

Reydon Inclosure  HB26/412/911  September 1798

Damaged.

Contents:
State of claims, showing owners, occupiers, commonage and rights claimed, and numbers, acreages and tenure of the properties concerned.
On dorse: Notice of next meeting of Commissioners on 4 October 1798. (Printed).

Draft of inclosure award  HB26/412/912  13 February 1800

Contents:
For parish of Reydon, by Henry Jermyn of Bredfield House, Esq., William Catling of Metfield and Robert Boyden of North Cove, gent.

Plan or map  HB26/412/913  c 1800

Size 25½" x 33". Damaged.

Contents:
Of all the heaths, fen grounds, commons and waste lands within the parish of Reydon... divided and allotted in pursuance of an Act of Parliament, showing owners, acreages, tenure numbers in award and adjoining landowners. In south and south east of parish. Scale 10in. to 1m.

Another map of the lands  HB26/412/914  c 1800

Size 24" x 18½". Damaged.

Contents:
Showing acreages and tenure only. Copyholds of the manors of Reydon, Reydon Wingfields, Wangford, Frostenden and Wrentham Poynings distinguished by different colours. Scale 10in. to 1m.

Extract of the copyhold  HB26/412/915  c 1798

Contents:
Lands of the manors of Reydon, Reydon Wingfields, Wrentham Poynings on the part of Atherton and Reydon, and Wangford, in the parish of Reydon, showing copyholders, date of admission, page in court book, under what title, description and acreage of the premises concerned, the quit rents and fines.

Account of the estates in Reydon  HB26/412/916  c 1800

Damaged.

Contents:
Intitled to commonage on the commons and waste lands there with an estimate of the yearly value thereof respectively, made by the Commissioners under the Act.

Rentals  HB26/412/917  c 1806

Damaged.

Contents:
Of the manors of Wangford, Darsham with Yoxford, Abbots Austens and Gerrards, Bramfield with Brookhall otherwise Stonhams, Henham with Cravens, Sotherton, Ugghall, Ugghall on the part of Northales.

Survey  HB26/412/918  No date; (late 18C)

Size 20" x 24½".

Contents:
Of an estate in Reydon... the property of Mr. William John Tallent, showing field names, areas and adjoining landowners. Coloured. In northof parish, and in N.E. of Wangford. Scale about 18in. to 1m.

Table  HB26/412/919  1648-1749

Contents:
Showing the names of the tenements whose owners are bound in turn to act as collectors of a rent called Cullier Rent in the manor of Reydon, showing successive owners. Arranged in circular form with red ornamentation.

Another copy of the table in HB26/412/919  HB26/412/920  c 1749

Damaged.

Contents:
With some differences in the owners' names.

Rough abstract of will of Mary Leatherdale.  HB26/412/921  5 June 1840

Contents:
All property, real and personal, to Henry Lay of Wangford, surgeon, failing whom to Henry Reese Lay, his son.
Rough notes on relationship of Henry Lay to the testator and copyhold land concerned.

Particulars of sale  HB26/412/922  30 August 1919

Contents:
Of Alefounder Estate at Reydon. Pit Field adjoining Wangford Road and lane from Mt. Pleasant, 3.0.17; triangular land at Mt. Pleasant, adjoining Southwold Road, and road from Lowestoft Highway to Reydon Church, 1.0.21; two copyhold cottages, Potters Cottages, adjoining Wangford Road, 0.1.34; freehold and copyhold field, 20.1.16, adjoining Wangford Road, Mount Pleasant Road and road from Reydon Cottage to Mount Pleasant; copyhold field, 10.2.17, adjoining Wangford Road; copyhold triangular field, 6.3.19, adjacent; freehold field, 13.0.0., adjoining Halesworth Road; copyhold arable field near Blackwater, 4.3.38; two copyhold cottages adjoining Lowestoft Road, 0.3.24; copyhold farm residence and cottage, etc., 1.0.16; three inclosures of copyhold marshes, 7.1.39, adjoining road from Southwold to Wangford. All late of Robert Swale Alefounder who died 1864.
Map showing lots concerned, in S.E. of the parish.
(Printed).
Notes showing purchasers.

Inclosure award  HB26/412/2104  1798-1800

Contents:
And map, parish of Reydon. 12th February, 1800
With Act for dividing and inclosing, heaths, fen grounds, commons and waste lands within the parish of Reydon, 1798

Bundle marked: "1839 Darsham Estate, late John Woods. Bundle No.1. (late Coates)" Numbered 241.  HB26/412/923-968  [n.d.]

(a) Bundle marked: "No.2. Writings relating to that part of the Darsham Estate purchased by Mr. Alexander Woods of Henry Coates".  HB26/412/923-947  [n.d.]

Bargain and sale  HB26/412/923  1 September 1652

Contents:
Of messuage called Burches, with lands and appurtenances, occupied by John Browne, in Darsham and Yoxford, late of Joseph Keble. Assignment of lease for 500 years of part of the same. Jeffery Keble of Old Newton, gentleman, brother of Joseph Keble, to Richard Newton of Creeting All Saints, clothier.

Feoffment  HB26/412/924  23 September 1653

Contents:
Of messuage called Burches (as above). Thomas Keble of Henley, gent., to Richard Newton of Creeting All Saints, clothier.

Quitclaim  HB26/412/925  24 September 1653

Contents:
Of messuage called Burches (as in HB26/412/923). Joane Keble of Halesworth, widow and executrix of James Keble of Halesworth, gentleman, to Richard Newton.

Copy of will of Richard Newton of Creeting All Saints, clothier.  HB26/412/926  c 1653

Contents:
Messuages and tenements occupied by Paul Brook, his son-in-law, in Needham Market, and houses and lands occupied by -. Hodds, widow, and -. Blower, with Oadhouse (oasthouse?) and Oadhouse Hill; meadow at end of his Colledge Meadow; close by Jack's Green, purchased of Paul Bayning of London, to John, his son. Messuages and lands, freehold and copyhold, in Darsham and Yoxford purchased of Jeffery Keeble, gent., to Richard Newton, his grandchild. Lands in Debenham, mortgaged to him by Simon Tovell, his brother-in-law, to Richard Newton. Messuages and tenements in Creeting fields purchased of Mr. Hacknutt, and close called Dawes purchased of -. Thompson, widow, to Sarah, his daughter. Copyhold meadow in manor of Barking, in Needham town's end, purchased of Francis Knapp, and part of ship called --- under Reader of Ipswich, master, to Thamar, his daughter. Copyhold messuages and yards in Needham Market, held of the manor of Barking cum Needham, occupied by -. Harvy, to George Sparling the elder of Needham Market, Robert Newton of the same, his brother, Edward Newton, son of Robert Newton, Francis, son of Francis Colman of the same and Richard Newton, his grandchild. Copyhold land, 1½a. in manor of Onehall, purchased of Thomas Camp. Messuage and lands (in Creeting All Saints) purchased of -. Reighnolds of Ipswich, to John Newton, his son, for life, and then to the heirs of his body, etc. 17 Nov. 1653.

Lease and release  HB26/412/927  27 28 September 1694

Contents:
Of messuage called Burches (as in HB26/412/923) occupied by Robert Woodward. Assignment of leasehold part of land. Richard Newton of Ipswich, gentleman, to Richard Newton of the Middle Temple, London, gentleman, his eldest son.

Settlement on marriage  HB26/412/928  2 3 August 1722

Contents:
Between Richard Newton of Ipswich Esq. and Ursula Cust of Stamford, spinster. Lease and release of capital messuage in St. Nicholas, Ipswich, with appurtenances; and messuage called Burches (as in HB26/412/923) occupied by James Pallant; messuage called Bull House, with lands, 10 acres, in Needham Market, occupied by Rebeccah Parker, widow; messuage, etc. in Melford Lane in St. Clement Danes, Middlesex and messuage adjoining called the Three Horse Shoes, occupied by William Nills, victualler; both purchased of Katherine Fewtrell of St. Bolophs without Aldersgate, widow, etc; messuage in Milford Lane called the White Horse, occupied by Walter White, collier, with brick house in the garden, etc., purchased of John Caryll of Ladyholt, Sussex, Esq. and Elizabeth, his wife. Richard Newton to Richard Cust, baronet, brother of Ursula Cust, and Savile Cust Esq., both of Stamford, Lincs., on trust for Richard Newton for life, then for Ursula Cust for life, and then for their children, etc. Covenant to surrender copyhold lands and tenements to similar uses, viz: messuage and appurtenances in Barking, occupied by William Yeings, 63a.; lands, meadows and pastures in Barking, Needham Market and Creeting St. Mary, occupied by Rebeccah Parker, 80a.; held of manors of Barking cum Needham and Creeting St. Mary; copyhold lands and tenements occupied by James Pallant in Darsham and Yoxford, 60a., held of manors of Abbots Austens and Gerrards, and Darsham cum Yoxford. Assignment of leasehold lands in Darsham and Yoxford.

Copy of will of Richard Newton of the Middle Temple, London, Esq.  HB26/412/929  22 August 1736. c 1736

Contents:
Copyhold lands and tenements in Creeting St. Mary and elsewhere in Suffolk to Ursula, his wife. After her death, all lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/928) to Lettice Newton, his sister, and James Newton, his brother, for life, and then to the children of James. Two houses in Ipswich to the same.

Copy of indenture of fine  HB26/412/930  c 1764

Contents:
Concerning third part of 3 messuages, 5 cottages, 2 gardens, 3 orchards, 10a. land, 10a. meadow, and 10a. pasture in St. Nicholas, Ipswich, Darsham, Yoxford and Needham Market; and third part of 3 messuages, 2 cottages with appurtenances in St. Clement Danes, Middlesex. Samuel Alexander, pet; John Cupit and Rosamond, his wife, and Thomas Potter and Elizabeth, his wife, deforc. Eight days of Purification 4 George III (1764).

Copy of mortgage  HB26/412/931  c 1764

Contents:
Lease for 1000 years of two third parts of capital messuage in St. Nicholas, Ipswich, now empty; 3 messuages in the same, adjoining the back gate of the said messuage, occupied by William Bulbrooke, Joseph Bragg and Samuel Aldham; messuage called Burches (as in HB26/412/923) and copyhold lands and tenements belonging to the same, 60a. (as in HB26/412/928) late occupied by James Pallant and now by William Field; messuage called Bullhouse with lands, 10a., in Needham Market; copyhold lands in Needham Market, Barking and Creeting St. Mary, 80a., occupied by John Turner; copyhold messuage and lands in Barking, 63a., occupied by Robert Smith, in manor of Barking with Needham; messuages and lands in Milford Lane (as in HB26/412/928). Mary Elliot of All hallows, London Wall, widow, a niece and devisee of Richard Newton, John Cubitt of Christ Church, Spitalfields, Middx., silk-dyer, and Rosemond, his wife, another niece of Richard Newton, and Thomas Potter of St. Botolph without Aldgate, baker, and Elizabeth, his wife, another niece, to Samuel Alexander of Needham Market, merchant. 21 March 1764.

Assignment of lease  HB26/412/932  5 June 1764

Contents:
Of piece or pieces of land, meadow or pasture in Darsham or Yoxford, 20a. Savile Cockayne Cust of Cockayne Hatley, Bedfordshire, Esq., by direction of James Newton of Red Lyon Street, Spittalfields, London, gent., to Thomas Potter of St. Botolph without Aldgate, baker, and Elizabeth, his wife, John Cupit of Bishopgate Street, London, innholder, and Rosamond, his wife, Mary Elliot, widow, and James Whitely of Bermondsey, Southwark, innholder, and Susan, his wife.

Lease and release  HB26/412/933  30 and 31 July 1764

Contents:
Of third part of messuage called Burches (as in HB26/412/923), occupied by William Field, and other freehold estate in Darsham and Yoxford. Assignment of lease of third part of pieces of land in the same (as above). Covenant to surrender copyhold lands: third part of:- piece of land, 2a., between West Brook and Waters Hall; another piece adjoining Tunmere, ½a; another piece, 1½a., in Burches Close adjoining Tunmere; pightle, before the porch of tenement, Burches; pightle and pasture, Jennings Pightle, between Dawberrys Brook and boundary between Darsham and Yoxford, 3a; all copyhold of Abbots Austens and Gerrards in Darsham; tenement, Dawberrys, 8a; piece of land in High Field between it and Tunmere, 4a; land and meadow, 2a., adjoining Tunmere; piece of land with brook, adjoining Tunmere and lands of tenement Barkers, 6a; 3a. of land in Darsham Field of tenement Chapmans; piece of tenement Austens, adjoining common way to the East; all copyhold of Darsham with Yoxford, in Darsham. Mary Elliott of St. Michael, Crooked Lane, London, widow, only child and heiress of Thomas Gyles of Ludgate Street, London, weaver, by Mary, his wife, a child of James Newton of Red Lyon Street, to Samuel Alexander of Needham Market, merchant.

Assignment of release  HB26/412/934  31 July 1764

Contents:
Of third part of lands (as in (HB26/)412/932). Mary Elliott to Samuel Alexander.

Lease and release  HB26/412/935  17 June 1766

Contents:
Of sixth part of messuage called Burches and other lands (as in HB26/412/933). Covenant to surrender sixth part of copyhold land (as in HB26/412/933). Rosamond Cupitt of Bishopgate Street, London, widow, one of daughters and coheirs of Joseph Dockery by Elizabeth, his wife, one of three daughters of James Newton, to Samuel Alexander.

Assignment of lease  HB26/412/936  17 June 1766

Contents:
Of sixth part of lands (as in (HB26/)412/932). Rosamond Cupitt to Samuel Alexander.

Lease and release  HB26/412/937  16 17 March 1767

Contents:
Of sixth part of messuage called Burches and other lands (as in (HB26/)412/933). Covenant to surrender sixth part of copyhold land (as in (HB26/)412/933). Thomas Potter of Goodmans Yard in the Minories, London, baker, and Elizabeth, his wife, a daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Dockery, to Samuel Alexander.

Assignment of lease  HB26/412/938  17 March 1767

Contents:
Of sixth part of lands (as in HB26/412/932). Thomas Potter and Elizabeth, his wife, to Samuel Alexander.

Lease and release  HB26/412/939  15 16 April 1768

Contents:
Of third part of messuage called Burches and other lands (as in (HB26/)412/933). Assignment of lease of third part of lands (as in HB26/412/932). Covenant to surrender third part of copyhold lands (as in HB26/412/933). James Whiteley of Chandler Street, Middlesex, hair merchant, and Susan, his wife, the only child of William White by Susan, his wife, daughter of James Newton, to Samuel Alexander.

Two indentures of fine  HB26/412/940  (1768)

Contents:
Concerning third part of 3 messuages, 3 barns, 3 stables, 3 curtilages, 3 gardens, 3 orchards, 20a. land, 10a. meadow and 10a. pasture in Needham Market, Creeting St. Mary, Darsham and Yoxford. Samuel Alexander, pet; James Whiteley and Susan, his wife, deforc. Fifteen days of Easter, 8 George III

Assignment of lease  HB26/412/941  16 April 1768

Contents:
Of third part of lands (as in HB26/412/932). James Whiteley and Susan, his wife, to Samuel Alexander.

Lease and release  HB26/412/942  14 15 December 1769

Contents:
Of messuage called Burches and other lands (as in HB26/412/933). Assignment of lease of lands (as in HB26/412/932). Samuel Alexander of Needham Market, merchant, to Mary, wife of Alderman Manning of Peasenhall, surgeon.

Bond to perform conditions of agreement. Samuel Alexander to Alderman Manning.  HB26/412/943  15 December 1769

Assignment of Lease  HB26/412/944  15 December 1769

Contents:
Of land s (as in HB26/412/932). Samuel Alexander to Mary Manning.

Case and opinion of Matthew Duane of Lincolns Inn  HB26/412/945  19 March 1771

Contents:
Concerning rights and liabilities of Alderman Manning under his wife's will, whereby he was given a life interest in her real property.

Receipt for legacy of £500 under will of Mary Manning. Elizabeth Clayton of Peasenhall, spinster, to Alderman Manning.  HB26/412/946  24 May 1771

Copy of probate of will of Alderman Manning of Peasenhall, gent., dated 12 February 1782.  HB26/412/947  c 1786

Contents:
Messuage and lands in Rumburgh, occupied by Robert Algar, copyhold lands and tenements in Cop-dock, occupied by Abraham Day, messuages and lands in Peasenhall and Sibton, occupied by Henry Howard, Henry Folkard, widow Edwards widow Tihcey, Charles Howard and John Howard to Alderman Buckingham Woollward, his kinsman, and the heirs of his body, etc. Freehold and copyhold estate in Great Glemham occupied by John Heffer, and freehold and copyhold estate in Peasenhall occupied by himself and Harte Andrews, and tithes of Great Glemham to Edgar Manning, his nephew. Messuages and lands at Chediston occupied by Henry Calver, and in Darsham occupied by Robert Cole, and in Sibton occupied by Thomas Mann to Alderman Manning, his nephew. Freehold and copyhold messuages and lands in Badingham and Framlingham occupied by Henry Fisk, Stephen Gissing and the representatives of Jasper Goodwin, to be sold. Codicil, dated 25 March 1785. Messuage in Peasenhall with malting office and pasture, occupied by Thomas White, to Alderman Manning of Needham Market, his nephew. Proved 6 April 1786.

Bundle marked: "No.1. Writings relating to that part of the Darsham Estate purchased by Mr. Alexander Woods of Henry Coates"  HB26/412/948-961  [n.d.]

Assignment of leasehold interest by way of mortgage  HB26/412/948  15 December 1769


Related information: See HB26/412/931

Contents:
In two third parts of messuage called Burches. Samuel Alexander of Needham Market, merchant, by direction of Alderman Manning of Peasenhall, surgeon, and Mary, his wife, to John Ingham of Yoxford, gent., in trust for Mary Manning, to wait upon the freehold inheritance.

Lease and release  HB26/412/949  30 November and 1 December 1797

Contents:
Of messuage called Burches (as in HB26/412/948) formerly occupied by Robert Cole and now by Henry Coates. Alderman Manning, by direction of Henry Coates of Darsham, gent., to Peter Pirmin of Dedham, Essex, gent., to the use of Henry Coates. Covenant to surrender copyhold lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/933) to the use of Henry Coates. Assignment of lease of lands (as in HB26/412/932), Henry Howard of Sibton, farmer, and Thomas White of Peasenhall, shopkeeper, executors of Alderman Manning, deceased, by direction of Alderman Manning, to Henry Coates.

Mortgage: appointment and lease for 1000 years  HB26/412/950  2 December 1797

Contents:
Of messuage called Birches (as in HB26/412/948). Assignment of lease of lands (as in HB26/412/932). Covenant to surrender copyhold lands (as in HB26/412/933). Henry Coates and Peter Firmin, at his request, to Edward Frith Simson of Stoke by Nayland, gentleman, only surviving executor of John Simson of Dedham, Essex, brandy-merchant.

Bond to pay money owed. Henry Coates to Edward Frith Simson.  HB26/412/951  2 December 1797

Mortgage: lease and release  HB26/412/952  11 12 April 1798

Contents:
Of messuage called Burches (as in HB26/412/948-950); Piece of land, meadow or pasture in Darsham, 24a; piece of land, meadow or pasture, purchased of John Clayton Esq., in Darsham, with a messuage, occupied by -. Cooper, 1a. 32p., adjoining highway from Cheneys Green to High Street. Assignment of lease of lands (as in HB26/412/932). Covenant to surrender copyhold lands (as in HB26/412/933). Henry Coates the younger of Darsham, gent., to John Dresser of Blyford, Esq., and James Peake of Bulcamp, gent., surviving executors of Thomas Copping of Bramfield, gentleman.

Bond to pay money owed. Henry Coates the younger of Darsham, gent, Henry Coates the elder of Hinton, gent., and Valentine Coates of Thorington, gent., to John Dresser and Samuel Peake.  HB26/412/953  12 April 1798

Exchange: lease and release  HB26/412/954  2 3 December 1798

Contents:
Of piece of freehold land, 2a. 6p. in Darsham, between Upper Lilletts and Lower Lilletts, Mardens and Brook Meadow, and a brook or watercourse. John Lord Rous of Henham Hall to Henry Coates the younger of Darsham, farmer; in exchange for release of piece of freehold land in Darsham, 2a.6p., late parcel of Brook Meadow and Stackyard Piece, adjoining land called Maidens, Henry Coates to John Lord Rous.

Mortgage: lease and release  HB26/412/955  11 and 12 December 1800

Contents:
Of messuage called Burches and pieces of land (as in HB26/412/952). Assignment of lease of land (as in HB26/412/932). Covenant to surrender copyhold lands. Henry Coates, the younger, of Darsham, gent., to Henry Coates the elder of Hinton, gent., his father.

Assignment of mortgage (as in HB26/412/950).  HB26/412/956  8 9 April 1803

Contents:
Of messuage called Birches (as above). Edward Frith Simson of Stoke by Nayland, gent., only surviving executor of John Simson of Dedham, Essex, brandy merchant, by direction of Henry Coates the younger of Sutton, gent., and by appointment of Sarah Rebecca Cayley of Brompton, York, spinster, to Robert Gostlin White of Halesworth, gent., upon trusts. Assignment of lease of lands (as in HB26/412/932). Lease and release of mortgages (as in HB26/412/952 and 955) of the same. John Dresser of Blyford, Esq. and Henry Coates the elder of Hinton, gentlemen, at direction of Henry Coates the younger, to Sarah Rebecca Cayley. Assignment of lease of lands (as in HB26/412/932). Appointment of term of 1000 years. Henry Coates the younger to Robert Goslin White. Appointment of the freehold. Henry Coates the younger to Sarah Rebecca Cayley. Confirmation of lease of lands to the same.

Agreement  HB26/412/957  14 May 1803

Contents:
For sale of messuage and farm in Darsham and Yoxford, occupied by John Gooch and Henry Coates the elder, part being copyhold of the manor of Darsham with Yoxford and Abbots, Austens and Gerrards. Henry Coates the younger to Henry Coates the elder.

Assignment of lease  HB26/412/958  29 30 November 1803

Contents:
Of lands (as in HB26/412/932). Appointment and lease and release of messuage called Burches and lands (as in HB26/412/952). Covenant to surrender copyhold lands (as in HB26/412/933). Henry Coates the younger to Henry Coates the elder.

Copy of will of Sarah Rebecca Cayley, late of Brompton but now of New Malton, York, spinster.  HB26/412/959  9 December 1803

Contents:
Estate at Bolton, Suffolk (sic), and elsewhere to Harriot Mallett of New Malton, York, spinster, her niece.

Assignment of lease of lands (as in HB26/412/932).  HB26/412/960  14 15 Feb. 1806

Contents:
Rev. John Cayley of Brompton, York, clerk, and Digby Legars of Ganton, York, Esq., executors of Sarah Rebecca Cayley, by direction of Henry Coates the elder, to Alexander Woods of Westledon, gent. Lease and release of messuage called Burches, occupied by John Clanfield, and lands (as in HB26/412/952). Simon Smith of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, gent., and Mary Alice, his wife, the paternal aunt and heiress at law of Harriet Mallett of New Malton, spinster, by direction of John Cayley, Digby Legars and Henry Coates, to Alexander Woods and Thomas Woodcocke of Halesworth, gent., in trust in part for Henry Coates and in part for Alexander Woods. Covenant to levy fine. Covenant to surrender copyhold lands. Assignment of mortgage (as in HB26/412/950). Robert Gostlin White of Halesworth, gent., at direction of John Cayley, Digby Legard, Henry Coates and Alexander Woods, to Alexander Cowell of Halesworth, gent., in trust for Alexander Woods.

Indenture of fine  HB26/412/961  (1806)

Contents:
Concerning messuage, 2 barns, 2 stables, a garden, 50a. land, 30a. meadow, 30a. pasture in Darsham and Yoxford. Alexander Woods, pet; Simon Smith and Mary Alice, his wife, deforc. Fifteen days of Easter and three weeks of Trinity, 46 George III

Bundle marked: "Writings relating to that part of the Darsham Estate formerly Brown's and Scotchmer's afterwards Coates."  HB26/412/962-968  [n.d.]

Bargain and sale  HB26/412/962  7 March 1731

Contents:
Of piece of land, meadow or pasture in Darsham, 1a. 32p., adjoining highway from Chanies Green to High Street on south, freehold and copyhold. Benjamin Short of Darsham, tailor, to William Brown of the same, yeoman.

Copy of probate of will of John Scotchmer of Pakenham, Esq., dated 12 April 1786  HB26/412/963  15 August 1786

Contents:
Messuages and lands, freehold, copyhold and leasehold, in Bury, Darsham and Honington, Suffolk, and Banham, Norfolk, to Wolfran Lewis of Bungay, surgeon, charged with various annuities.

Lease and release  HB26/412/964  29 30 November 1790

Contents:
Of messuage in Darsham, occupied by Samuel Johnson, with appurtenances, 31a. 2r., Wolfran Lewis of Bungay, surgeon, to John Clayton of Yoxford, gent., and Peter Jermyn, the younger, of Halesworth, in trust for John Clayton. Covenant to surrender copyhold part of the estate in the manors of Darsham with Yoxford, and Abbots, Austens and Gerrards.

Mortgage: lease for 1800 years  HB26/412/965  20 February 1792

Contents:
Of piece of land in Darsham, with a messuage lately built, 1a. 32p. (as in HB26/412/962). John Brown of Darsham, yeoman, only brother and heir at law of William Brown of Wenhaston, farmer, and only surviving son and heir of William Brown of Darsham, yeoman, to Robert Row of Peasenhall, farmer.

Bond to pay money owed. John Brown to Robert Row.  HB26/412/966  20 February 1792

Lease and release  HB26/412/967  4 5 April 1796

Contents:
Of land and messuage (as in HB26/412/965). William Brown, of Peasenhall, yeoman, heir at law of John Brown of Darsham, yeoman, by direction of John Clayton of Sibton Park, Esq., to Peter Jermyn the younger of Halesworth, gent., in trust for John Clayton. Assignment of leasehold interest by way of mortgage. Robert Row, by direction of William Brown and John Clayton, to William Wright of Sibton, gent., in trust for John Clayton, to wait upon the freehold inheritance.

Lease and release  HB26/412/968  4 5 April 1798

Contents:
Of piece of land, meadow or pasture in Darsham, 24a., (part of lands in HB26/412/964) and land and messuage (as in HB26/412/966). John Clayton to Robert Gostlin White of Halesworth, gent., to the use of Henry Coates the younger of Darsham, gent. Covenant to surrender copyhold lands.

Bundle marked: "1839. Darsham Estate late Woods'. Bundle No.2. (Various Titles)". Numbered 242  HB26/412/969-1067  [n.d.]

Bundle marked "Sundry Copyhold Writings relating to an estate at Darsham late John Woods" Copies of Court Roll unless otherwise stated  HB26/412/969-1015  [n.d.]

Darsham with Yoxford  HB26/412/969  1 August 1766

Contents:
Admission of Samuel Alexander of Needham Market, merchant, on surrender by Rosamond Cupid of Bishopgate Street, London, widow, to moiety of third part of tenement called Dawberrys, piece of land in High Field; land and meadow, 2a; piece of land with brook; and 3a. of land in Darsham Field (as in HB26/412/933), all in Darsham.

Abbotts Austens and Gerrards  HB26/412/970  1 August 1766

Contents:
Admission of Samuel Alexander, on surrender by Rosamond Cupid, to moiety of third part of piece of land, 2a; another piece, 1/2a; another piece, 1½a; a pightle; a pightle and pasture and piece of tenement Austens, (as in HB26/412/933).

Darsham, etc.  HB26/412/971  15 May 1767

Contents:
Admission of Samuel Alexander on surrender by Thomas Potter of Goodmans Yard in the Minories, London, baker, and Elizabeth, his wife, to moiety of third part of lands, etc. (as in HB26/412/969)

Abbots, etc.  HB26/412/972  15 May 1767

Contents:
Admission of Samuel Alexander on surrender by Thomas Potter and Elizabeth, his wife, to moiety of third part of lands (as in HB26/412/970)

Darsham, etc.  HB26/412/973  23 October 1769

Contents:
Admission of Susan, wife of James Whiteley of Brownlow Street, Drury Lane, hair merchant, in accordance with will of Richard Newton of the Middle Temple, Esq. to third part of lands etc. (as in HB26/412/969)

Abbots, etc.  HB26/412/974  23 October 1769

Contents:
Admission of Susan Whiteley, in accordance with will of Richard Newton, to lands (as in HB26/412/970)

Darsham, etc.  HB26/412/975  16 November 1787

Contents:
Admission for life of Elizabeth Clayton of Peasenhall, spinster, and of Alderman Manning of Peasenhall, surgeon, to the reversion, in accordance with will of Mary Manning, to lands etc. (as in HB26/412/969).

Abbots, etc.  HB26/412/976  16 November 1787

Contents:
Admission for life of Elizabeth Clayton, and of Alderman Manning to the reversion, in accordance with will of Mary Manning, to lands (as in HB26/412/970).

Copy of conditional surrender, manor of Darsham, etc.  HB26/412/977  2 Dec. 1797

Contents:
Henry Coates the younger of Darsham, and Ann Martin, his wife, to the use of Edward Frith Simson of Stoke by Nayland, gentleman.

Copy of similar conditional surrender to HB26/412/977: manor of Abbots, etc.  HB26/412/978  2 Dec 1797

Copy of conditional surrender: manor of Darsham etc.  HB26/412/979  9 April 1803

Contents:
Henry Coates the younger, late of Darsham, now of Sutton, gentleman, and Ann Martin, his wife, to the use of Rebecca Cayley of Brompton, York, spinster.

Copy of similar surrender to HB26/412/979: manor of Abbots, etc.  HB26/412/980  9 April 1803

Copy of acknowledgement of satisfaction: manor of Darsham, etc.  HB26/412/981  9 April 1803

Contents:
Edward Frith Simson to Henry Coates.

Copy of similar acknowledgement of satisfaction to HB26/412/981: manor of Abbots etc.  HB26/412/982  1 April 1803

Copy of acknowledgement of satisfaction: manor of Darsham, etc.  HB26/412/983  12 April 1803

Contents:
John Dresser of Blyford, Esq. to Henry Coates.

Copy of similar acknowledgement of satisfaction to HB26/412/983: manor of Abbots etc.  HB26/412/984  12 April 1803

Copy of acknowledgement of satisfaction: manor of Darsham, etc.  HB26/412/985  24 March 1806

Contents:
Rev. John Cayley of Brompton, York, clerk, and Digby Legard of Ganton, York, Esq., executors of Sarah Rebecca Cayley, to Henry Coates.

Copy of similar acknowledgement of satisfaction to HB26/412/985: manor of Abbots, etc.  HB26/412/986  24 March 1806

Darsham, etc  HB26/412/987  16 November 1787

Contents:
Admission of John Clayton of Yoxford, grocer, on surrender by Richard Crowfoot and Rachel, his wife, to piece of land and pasture in Yoxford adjoining Beveriches Close, 1a; and piece of meadow, at the north of the last piece, adjoining common river, Beveriches close and Chauntreys, 1/2a.

Abbots, etc  HB26/412/988  16 November 1787

Contents:
Admission of John Clayton on surrender by Richard Crowfoot and Rachel, his wife, to tenement called Beveriches with curtilages, two hemplands and pieces of land and marsh; two crofts of land, meadow or pasture adjoining, in Yoxford, adjoining Petlands and the common river, 18a., formerly of Robert Carter; pightle called Petland, adjoining common way from Yoxford to Middleton, 1a., formerly of Robert Barfoot, then of Cyprian Dowsing.

Darsham, etc  HB26/412/989  21 June 1792

Contents:
Admission of William Browne of Peasenhall, yeoman, cousin and next heir of John Browne, on death of the latter, to piece of land, 2r. 28p., adjoining Spraggs Wood, and highway, Spraggs Way, from Cheneys Green towards High Street, with a cottage lately built thereon.

Darsham, etc  HB26/412/990  21 June 1792

Contents:
Admission of Robert Row of Peasenhall, yeoman, on surrender by William Browne, to land, etc. (as in HB26/412/989)

Darsham, etc  HB26/412/991  6 August 1795

Contents:
Admission of John Clayton of Sibton Park, Esq., on surrender by Robert Row, to land, etc. (as in HB26/412/989)

Darsham, etc  HB26/412/992  1 November 1706

Contents:
Admission of Samuel Salmon, clerk, and Anne, his wife, for their lives, with reversion to the heirs of Samuel, on surrender by Samuel Salmon, to messuage called Baxters, with houses, an orchard and croft, late divided into two, adjoining chase way to Darsham church, land called Sowters and chase way called Wychinghams Way, 5a; piece of pasture, 2a., in Scots Croft, adjoining land called Wychingham; Long Pightle or Petlands, adjoining Broaddole and Wychinghams Way, 1a; and piece of land and pasture, formerly built on, adjoining Wychinghams Way and Ashland, 1a. Surrender by Samuel Salmon to the uses of his will.

Darsham, etc  HB26/412/993  7 December 1719

Contents:
Admission of John Salmon, clerk, in accordance with will of Samuel Salmon, clerk, his father, and on death of him and Anne, his mother, to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/992).

Darsham, etc  HB26/412/994  22 March 1722/3

Contents:
Admission of Gilbert Scotchmir of Saxmundham, surgeon, on surrender by John Tokelove and Elizabeth, his wife, to close called Amable Acre, adjoining a disused lane called More Lane (later Moor Lane) and common way from Thorington to Yoxford, 1a; piece of land, meadow and pasture adjoining Jaggs Road and More Lane, 1a; piece of meadow and pasture, Jaggs Road (later Jaggs Road) in two pieces, 1r; and a toft of the Prior of Thetford adjoining the way of the Prior of Thetford and Jaggs Road with Hatchway in between, 1/2a.

Abbots, etc  HB26/412/995  22 March 1722/3

Contents:
Admission of Gilbert Scotchmir on surrender by John Tokelove and Elizabeth, his wife, to a piece of land, late of Robert Reeve of Cheneys, in Hatchclose adjoining Amable Acre, and common way from Yoxford to Blythburgh; and piece of land, formerly of William Burnham, in Hatch Pightle, adjoining Hatch Way and former messuage, Mustins.

Darsham, etc  HB26/412/996  1 June 1726

Contents:
Admission of Gilbert Scotchmer, on surrender by John Salmon and Mary, his wife, to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/992).

Abbots, etc  HB26/412/997  1 June 1726

Contents:
Admission of Gilbert Scotchmer, on surrender by John Salmon, and Mary, his wife, to a pightle of land and pasture called Le Saffron Panns, formerly of James Brewster, adjoining Ashlands and chase way called Wychinghams Way, 1a; and 2a. called Scotts Croft.

Bond to guarantee title to copyhold lands in the manors of Darsham etc. and Abbots, etc. John Salmon of Stonham Aspal, clerk, to Gilbert Scotchmir of Saxmundham, surgeon.  HB26/412/998  1 June 1726

Darsham, etc  HB26/412/999  16 November 1787

Contents:
Admission of Wolfran Lewis of Bungay, surgeon, in accordance with will of John Scotchmer, to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/994 and 992, except Long Pightle and piece of land, etc., 1a.)

Abbots, etc  HB26/412/1000  16 November 1787

Contents:
Admission of Wolfran Lewis, in accordance with will of John Scotchmer, to lands (as in HB26/412/995 and Scotts Croft, as in HB26/412/997).

Copy of surrender manor of Darsham etc.  HB26/412/1001  30 November 1790

Contents:
Wolfran Lewis of Bungay, gent., to the use of John Clayton of Yoxford, gentleman.

Copy of similar surrender to HB26/412/1001: Abbots, etc.  HB26/412/1002  30 November 1790

Darsham etc  HB26/412/1003  24 May 1792

Contents:
Admission of John Clayton, on surrender by Wolfran Lewis, to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/999).

Abbots, etc  HB26/412/1004  24 May 1792

Contents:
Admission of John Clayton, on surrender by Wolfran Lewis, to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/1000).

Darsham, etc  HB26/412/1005  8 August 1798

Contents:
Admission of Henry Coates of Darsham, gent., on surrender by John Clayton, to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/994, 2a. in Scots Croft as in HB26/412/992, and as in HB26/412/989).

Abbots, etc  HB26/412/1006  8 August 1798

Contents:
Admission of Henry Coates on surrender by John Clayton, to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/1000).

Receipts: manor of Darsham, etc. to Henry Coates for quit rents  HB26/412/1007  September 1804

Contents:
16s. 2d. for lands late Alderman Mannings.
15s. 10d. for lands late Mannings.
5s. 5d. for land late Claytons.
10s. 7d. for land late Claytons.
Michaelmas 1804

Agreement  HB26/412/1008  21 August 1805

Contents:
For sale of messuage and farm with cottage, etc. in Darsham and Yoxford, occupied by Henry Coates, part copyhold of manors of Darsham, etc. and Abbots etc. Henry Coates of Hinton, gent., to Alexander Woods of Westleton, gent.

Copy of surrender, manor of Darsham, etc.  HB26/412/1009  5 April 1806

Contents:
Henry Coates the younger of Great Holland, Essex, gentleman, and Ann Martin, his wife, to the use of Alexander Woods.

Copy of similar surrender to HB26/412/1009 manor of Abbots, etc.  HB26/412/1010  5 April 1806

Darsham etc  HB26/412/1011  10 December 1806

Contents:
Admission of Alexander Woods to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/969 and HB26/412/1005).

Abbots, etc  HB26/412/1012  10 December 1806

Contents:
Admission of Alexander Woods to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/970 and HB26/412/1000).

Darsham etc  HB26/412/1013  26 March 1812

Contents:
Admission of John Woods of Westleton, gentleman, in accordance with will of Alexander Woods, his father, to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/969 and 1005).

Abbots, etc  HB26/412/1014  24 March 1812

Contents:
Admission of John Woods, in accordance with will of Alexander Woods to lands and tenements (as in HB26/412/970 1000).

Particulars of sale of estate at Darsham, house cottage and 116a. of lands.  HB26/412/1015  No date

Bundle marked: "Writings relating to that part of the Darsham Estate purchased by Mr. John Woods of the executors of Wm. Smith"  HB26/412/1016-1031  [n.d.]

Probate of will of Benjamin Short of Darsham, yeoman, dated 30 October 1732.  HB26/412/1016  c 1738

Contents:
Freehold and copyhold estate in Darsham and elsewhere to John Shed for life, then to Jemina, his wife, for life and then to Thomas Shed, his grandchild. Proved 1 July 1738

Lease and release  HB26/412/1017  27 28 December 1776

Contents:
Of messuage in Darsham occupied by John Shed. John Shed of Darsham, yeoman, and Thomas Shed of Stanway, Essex, yeoman, only son and heir of John Shed by Elizabeth, his first wife, daughter of Benjamin Short, to Robert Baxter of Furnivals Inn, London, gentleman, in order that he may suffer a common recovery by Stafford Squire Baxter of the same, gentleman, to the use of Robert Denny of Yoxford, surgeon.

Common recovery  HB26/412/1018  [n.d.]

(Great seal intact but defaced).

Contents:
Of two messuages, four gardens, 2a. land, 2a. meadow and 2a. pasture in Darsham by Stafford Squire Baxter, gentleman, from Robert Baxter, gentleman. Thomas Shed and Thomas Francis Martin, vouchees. Hilary term, 17 George III. (1776/7).

Abstract of title of William Denny to land in Darsham (as in HB26/412/1017). 1732-1801  HB26/412/1019  c 1801

Copies of receipts for legacies under the will of Robert Denny, their father, by Robert Denny and Henry Denny to William Denny.  HB26/412/1020  10 June and 15 July 1802

Copy of discharge of legacy of £100 under will of Robert Denny. Henry Boult of Farnham, Surrey, surgeon, and Ann, his wife, formerly Ann Denny, to William Denny.  HB26/412/1021  9 December 1803

Lease and release  HB26/412/1022  28 29 December 1803

Contents:
Of piece of pasture land, 3¼a., in Darsham, between road from Ipswich Turnpike to Darsham Street, and the Turnpike, on which a messuage formerly stood, formerly occupied by John Shed, then by Robert Denny and now by John Bobbit. William Denny of Saxmundham, surgeon, at direction of Thomas Diver of Reydon, farmer, to William Smith of Sotherton, victualler, in trust for himself. Covenant to surrender copyhold lands.

Copy of surrender, Manor of Darsham with Yoxford.  HB26/412/1023  9 December 1803

Contents:
William Denny of Saxmundham, surgeon, to the use of William Smith of Sotherton, victualler.

Copy of court roll: Darsham with Yoxford.  HB26/412/1024  16 January 1805

Contents:
Admission of William Smith on surrender by William Denny to tenement called Prickles, 1½a., in Darsham, except 2r. 28p. surrendered to William Browne.

Probate of will of William Smith of Sotherton, innholder, dated 31 January 1821.  HB26/412/1025  c 1822

Contents:
Pasture land in Darsham, 3a., to Edward, his son, and Edna, his daughter, until Emma Swan, his daughter, reaches age of 21; then to be divided between them. Proved 3 December 1822

Mortgage: lease for 500 years  HB26/412/1026  3 June 1823

Contents:
Of pasture land (as in HB26/412/1022) and other interests under the will of their father, Edward Smith of Sotherton, innholder, and Edna Smith of the same, spinster, to John Grinling of Laxfield, malster.

Agreement for sale of pasture land (as in HB26/412/1022) freehold and copyhold.  HB26/412/1027  7 August 1827

Contents:
Edward Smith of Wangford, vendor of books, Edna Smith of Stradbroke, spinster, and Emma Swam Smith of Halesworth, dressmaker, to John Woods of Darsham, gent.

Copy of surrender, manor of Darsham with Yoxford of tenement called Prickles (as in HB26/412/1024) by Edward Smith to the use of John Woods.  HB26/412/1028  2 October 1827

Lease and release  HB26/412/1029  1 2 October 1827

Contents:
Of piece of pasture land, 3a. 1r. 2p. etc. (as in HB26/412/1022). Edward Smith of Norwich yeoman, Edna Smith of Stradbroke, spinster, and Emma Swan Smith of Halesworth, spinster, to John Woods of Darsham, gentleman, on trust for himself. Samuel Alexander Woods of Westleton, gentleman, acting as trustee in certain contingencies.
Plan of the lands concerned: 2a.1r.30p. freehold; 3r.12p. copyhold.

Assignment of leasehold interest by way of mortgage  HB26/412/1030  2 October 1827

Contents:
In piece of pasture land (as in HB26/412/1022). John Grindling of Laxfield, malster, by direction of Edward Smith late of Sotherton, innholder, and now of St. Gregory, Norwich, bookseller, and Edna Smith, late of Sotherton and now of Stradbroke, spinster, son and daughter of William Smith, and by appointment of John Woods of Darsham, gentleman, to Alexander Cavell of Saxmundham, gentleman, in trust for John Woods, to wait upon the freehold inheritance.

Copy of court roll: Darsham with Yoxford.  HB26/412/1031  9 January 1829

Contents:
Admission of John Woods of Darsham, gentleman, on surrender by Edward Smith of Norwich, yeoman, with consent of Edna Smith and Swan Smith, his sisters, to tenement called Prickles (as in HB26/412/1024).

Bundle marked: "Writings relating to that part of the Darsham Estate purchased by Mr. John Woods of the Revd. Bence Bence H.B. Bence, Esq."  HB26/412/1032-1049  [n.d.]

Copy of will of John Bence of Heveningham Esq. (died 18 Oct. 1718)  HB26/412/1032  18 August 1718

Contents:
Manors of Kelsale and Carlton, messuages and lands in Darsham, Benhall and Orford, to Alexander Bence, his brother. Other real property to be sold.

Quitclaim in obedience to decree of Chancery  HB26/412/1033  17 May 1720

Contents:
Of residue of real estate of late John Bence, which remains unsold. Robert Bence and Thomas Bence, clerk, to Alexander Bence of Benhall, Esq., their brother.

Copy of will of Alexander Bence of Thorington, Esq. dated 30 July 1759  HB26/412/1034  c 1759

Contents:
Manors of Thorington Whimples, Kelsale and Carlton, advowsons of Thorington, Kelsale and Carlton, Thorington Hall with lands, messuages and lands in Thorington, Bramfield, Badingham, Benhall, Orford, Carlton, Aldringham, Ringsfield and Darsham to Anne Bence, his daughter. Proved 8 October 1759

Copy of settlement on marriage  HB26/412/1035  16 January 1762

Contents:
Between George Golding of Poslingford, Esq., and Ann Bence of Thorington Hall, spinster, Release of manors of Kelsale, Carlton, and Thorington Whimples, rectories and advowsons of Thorington and Kelsale with Carlton, Thorington Hall with appurtenances; messuage and farm in Thorington formerly occupied by Samuel Harvey and now by Thomas Turner; lower or Great Barn, near Thorington Hall, with yard; seven pieces of land meadow or pasture called Barn Piece, Round Hill, Clay Hill, Snails, Scotsfield, and Seventeen Acres now divided in two, 68 acres in all; three pieces of land and meadow called Spurling Brook Lands, 16 acres; messuage and farm in Thorington, late occupied by Francis Dorkin and now by William Pepper, Henry Briggs the elder and Henry Briggs the younger; nine closes of land, meadow or pasture, Kiln Piece, Seven Acre Piece, Grove adjoining, Clark's Pightle, the Piece South West of the cottage, Sheep Close, Wilderness, Horse Close and Wood Meadow, 103a. in Thorington; Upper Barn with land, occupied by Henry Briggs the younger; messuages and farms, Ringsfield Hall in Ringsfield and Barsham, occupied by Barnabas Symonds, in Bramfield, occupied by Robert Higham, in Badingham, occupied by Thomas Avis, and in Benhall and Saxmundham, occupied by John Yorke; marshes in Orford, occupied by the same; messuages and farms, in Darsham, occupied by Thomas Thurston, and in Carlton, late occupied by Thomas Gater now by Joseph and John Baggot. Ann Bence with consent of George Golding to Sir John Rous of Henham Hall, baronet, and Nathaniel Acton of Bramford Hall, Esq., to the use of Rev. Martin Baylie of Kelsale, clerk, and Rev. Robert Buxton of Darsham, clerk, for 99 years, upon trusts, and then to the use of the same for 500 years upon further trusts. Covenant to surrender copyhold lands in manors of Benale (Benhall), Bramfield with Brook Hall otherwise Stonham, Darsham and Ringsfield. Release of messuage and farm with 11 pieces of land, meadow and pasture, 40a. 2r. 20p. in Poslingford, late occupied by Thomas Flack and now by Widow Wade. George Golding to the same upon similar trusts.

Copy of probate of will of Ann Golding, wife of George Golding of Thorington Hall, Esq. dated 1 May 1779, and of codicil, dated 30 May 1782  HB26/412/1036  c 1794

Contents:
Appointment of copyhold lands in HB26/412/1035 to Nathaniel Acton, surviving trustee.
Appointment of advowsons of Kelsale and Carlton to Eleazar Davy of Ubbeston Hall, Esq., and William Graves of Dowing Street, Westminster, surgeon, upon trusts. Various other appointments. Proved 17 October 1794.

Copies of Receipts for legacies under will of Ann Golding  HB26/412/1037-1049  1804-1814

Receipt for £500.  HB26/412/1037  2 July 1804

Contents:
George Golding Golding, formerly Rev. George Golding Graves, trustee for George Graves, son of Matthew Graves of Chiswick, Middlesex, Esq., to Bence Sparrow Bence, formerly Rev. Bence Sparrow, Rector of Beccles, trustee under the said will.

Receipt for £500.  HB26/412/1038  2 July 1804

Contents:
Mary Cocksedge, daughter of Thomas Cocksedge of the Crescent, Minories, London, cornfactor, to Bence Sparrow Bence.

Receipt for £500.  HB26/412/1039  4 July 1804

Contents:
George Golding Golding to Bence Sparrow Bence.

Receipt for £1000  HB26/412/1040  23 July 1804

Contents:
Anthony Deane the younger of East Bergholt Esq. to Bence Sparrow Bence.

Receipt for £500.  HB26/412/1041  6 October 1804

Contents:
Robert Sparrow of Worlingham Hall, Esq., to Bence Sparrow Bence.

Copy of quitclaim  HB26/412/1042  7 March 1809

Contents:
Of manors and lands (as in HB26/412/1035), and acquittance for sum of £6000 directed to be raised in the same settlement. Robert Sparrow of Worlingham Hall, Esq., to Rev. Bence Bence of Beccles, clerk.

Copies of lease and release  HB26/412/1043 1044  12 13 March 1809

Contents:
Of manors, advowsons, messuages and lands (as in HB26/412/1035).
Rev. Bence Bence and Henry Bence Bence of Beccles, Esq., lieutenant in 16th Regt. of Light Dragoons, his eldest son, to George Palmer of Doughty Street, St. Pancras, Middlesex, gent., in order that he may suffer common recovery by Lancelot Brown of Connington, Cambridgeshire, Esq., to the use of Bence Bence for life, and then to Henry Bence Bence.

Copy of common recovery  HB26/412/1045  1809

Contents:
Of manors of Kelsale, Carlton and Thorington Whimples, 16 messuages, 8 dovehouses, 25 gardens, 1000a. land, 1000a. pasture, 120a. marsh, 80a. wood, etc. in Thorington, Kelsale, Carlton, Ringsfield, Barsham, Bramfield, Badingham, Benhall, Saxmundham, Oxford and Darsham, and advowsons of Thorington and Kelsale with Carlton. Lancelot Brown, pet; George Palmer deforc. Easter term 49 George III

Agreement  HB26/412/1046  6 October 1812

Contents:
For sale of messuage in Darsham with lands, etc., 91a. 21p. (except 27a. 2r. 22p. to be exchanged with John Lord Rous) Bence Bence and Henry Bence Bence to John Woods of Westleton, gentleman.

Letter from E.C. Sharpin of Beccles to -. Mitchell  HB26/412/1047  23 Sept. 1813

Contents:
Concerning the lands to be sold to John Woods and giving a description of the lands exchanged with Lord Rous, i.e six closes of freehold land in Darsham: arable, 4a. 2r. 36p.; pasture, 1a. 1r. 20p., adjoining Turnpike Road to west; arable, 5a. 3r. 16p., adjoining the last two; arable, Mill Mount Piece, 4a., adjoining drift way from Turnpike to Sibton Green on north and the Turnpike; arable, 9a. 2r. 24p., adjoining the drift way; and arable, 2a. 16p.

Copy of court roll: Darsham with Yoxford.  HB26/412/1048  23 December 1813

Contents:
Admission of John Woods, on surrender by John Potter, to tenement formerly of Roger Reeve and part of two pieces of land of tenement Hares and Cottmans on east of highway from Cheneys Green towards Rowletts Lane; 1½r. of land, formerly of William Clampe then of William Capon, adjoining Nethercrofts in Gerrards Fee; and piece of land adjoining Wychinghams Way to south, ½a.

Lease and release  HB26/412/1049  9 10 March 1814

Contents:
Of cottages and lands in Darsham, 63a. 3p., i.e. Chaneys Piece 7a. 34p; Home Field, 10a. 3r. 20p; Hempland Pightle, 3a. 7p; New Layer, 9a. 3r. 10p; Moat Meadow, 5a. 1r. 12p.; Kiln Meadow, 7a. 2r. 4p.; Great Church Field, 10a. 6p.; the Triangle, 2a. 14p.; Little Church Field, 4p. 2r. 1p.; farm yard, 1r. 28p.; farm yard, 2r. 3p.; roads, 1a. 2r. 24p., late occupied by Thomas Thurston, then by Thomas Pead, and now by John Woods. Bence Bence and Henry Bence Bence, by request and direction of John Woods, to John Woods to his own use, with Robert Carew King of Saxmundham, surgeon, acting as trustees in certain cases. Covenant to suffer recoveries of copyhold lands in manors of Darsham with Yoxford and Abbots Austens and Gerrards, to the use of John Woods. Covenant to produce deeds described.

Bundle marked: "Writings relating to part of the Darsham Estate (late Dodshon's)".  HB26/412/1050-1063  [n.d.]

Copy of admission, manor of Darsham with Yoxford  HB26/412/1050  1 July 1743

Contents:
Of Nicholas Beddingfield of Farnham, yeoman, on surrender by John Browne and Rebecca, his wife, to close of pasture called Wychinghams with a way on the south of it, 4a., in Darsham.

Copy of admission, manor of Darsham with Yoxford  HB26/412/1051  1 November 1755

Contents:
Of Henry Beddingfield, youngest son and heir of Nicholas Bedingfield, on death of his father, to close of pasture, as in HB26/412/1050

Copy of conditional surrender, manor of Darsham with Yoxford  HB26/412/1052  15 April 1771

Contents:
By Henry Beddingfield of Hacheston, blacksmith, to the use of Simon Paternoster of Wickham Market, schoolmaster.

Copy of acknowledgment of satisfaction, manor of Darsham with Yoxford. Simon Paternoster to Henry Beddingfield.  HB26/412/1053  2 April 1772

Copy of admission, manor of Darsham with Yoxford  HB26/412/1054  2 April 1772

Contents:
Of Edward Mills, son of Joseph Mills of Darsham, cordwainer, on surrender by Henry Beddingfield, to close of pasture (as in HB26/412/1050). Surrender by Edward Mills to the uses of his will.

Copy of admission, manor of Darsham with Yoxford  HB26/412/1055  6 August 1795

Contents:
Of Thomas Mills of Darsham, yeoman, eldest brother and heir of Edward Mills, on his death, to close of pasture (as in HB26/412/1050). Surrender by Thomas Mills to the use of his will.

Copy of will of Thomas Mills of Thomas Mills of Darsham, cordwainer, dated 15 January 1804.  HB26/412/1056  c 1804

Contents:
Close of land (as in HB26/412/1050) to Robert Dodshon, his nephew, younger son of Robert Dodson. Proved 8 February 1804.

Copy of admission, manor of Darsham with Yoxford  HB26/412/1057  16 January 1805

Contents:
Of Robert Dodshon, aged 16, in accordance with will of Thomas Mills to close of pasture (as in HB26/412/1050).

Copy of surrender, manor of Darsham with Yoxford, by Robert Dodshon, to the uses of his will.  HB26/412/1058  28 November 1810

Abstract of title of Robert Dodshon to close of pasture in manor of Darsham with Yoxford (as in HB26/412/1050). 1743-1810.  HB26/412/1059  c 1810

Affidavit by Susan Brown of Boyton, singlewoman, concerning relationship of Robert Dodshon of Diss, Norfolk, surgeon, to Thomas Mills and Joseph Mills. 17 February 1829.  HB26/412/1060  24 Jan 1828-17 February 1829

Contents:
Enclosed:-
Certificate by James Coyte, perpetual curate of Farnham, of baptisms of Strowd, Henry and Mary Beddingfield, 1746-1756. 24 Jan.1828.
Certificate by Christopher Mason, curate of Darsham, of baptisms of Edward and Jane Mills, 1746-1748. 27 Jan. 1828.
Certificate by H. Packard, rector of Middleton, of baptism of Thomas Mills, 1741. 14 March 1828.
Certificate by Christopher Mason, curate of Darsham, of baptism of Joseph Mills, 1743/4. 16 March 1828.
Note of burial of Thomas Mills, 1804, and baptism of Joseph Mills 1743/4.

Copy of surrender, manor of Darsham with Yoxford  HB26/412/1061  22 May 1830

Contents:
By Robert Dodshon of Diss, Norfolk, surgeon, of four closes of arable, lying together in Darsham, 4a. 1r. 20p., adjoining highway from Yoxford to Darsham Church on south east, formerly described as in HB26/412/1050, to the use of John Woods of Darsham, gentleman.

Covenant to guarantee good title and peaceable possession to copyhold land surrendered as above. Robert Dodshon to John Woods.  HB26/412/1062  22 May 1830

Contents:
Plan of the land concerned.

Copy of court roll: Darsham with Yoxford  HB26/412/1063  19 November 1830

Contents:
Admission of John Woods on surrender by Robert Dodshon to land (as in HB26/412/1050).

Bundle marked: "Writings relating to premises purchased by Mr. John Woods of John Watling."  HB26/412/1064-1066  [n.d.]

Copy of court roll: Darsham with Yoxford  HB26/412/1064  19 October 1759


Related information: (Some of the above land appeared at HB26/412/1048).

Contents:
Admission of Ann Bence, spinster, only surviving daughter and heir at law of Alexander Bence, on death of her father, to tenement formerly of Roger Reeve; part of two pieces of land of tenement Hares and Cottmans on east of highway from Cheneys Green towards Rowletts Lane, late of Thomas Reeve of Cheneys; piece of land called Ketterets Brook; two pieces of land in Ketterets Close, 2¾a., late of Avis Reeve; piece of land, 3¼a., called Mell Lond, with a mill mount at the cast end, in Darsham; 1½r. of land, formerly of William Clampe, later of William Capon, adjoining Nethercroft in Gerrard's Fee; piece of land adjoining Wychinghams Way, ½a., late Brittens; all late of John Bence, brother of Alexander Bence.

Copy of court roll: Darsham with Yoxford.  HB26/412/1065  24 March 1812

Contents:
Grant to John Watling of Darsham, labourer, of piece of land, parcel of the waste, called Cheneys Green, 10 rods, adjoining garden of William Harris, and road from Darsham to Middleton, at quit rent of 2s. 6d.

Feoffment of piece of land (as in HB26/412/1065).  HB26/412/1066  17 May 1825

Contents:
John Watling to John Woods of Darsham, gentleman, to his use and that of Edward Revans of Yoxford, gent., for life of John Woods in trust for him, and then to his heirs.

Appointment  HB26/412/1067  5 December 1829

Contents:
Of piece of land in Darsham, 2a. 1r. 19p., occupied by William Westgate, adjoining lands of John Woods and George Wilson. George Wilson of Yoxford, Esq., to the use of John Woods of Darsham, Esq., with George Barlee of Yoxford, gent., as trustee for him in certain cases. Covenant to produce deeds described.

Bundle marked: "1839. Modern deeds and conveyances of an estate at Darsham purchased by the Earl of Stradbroke of the executors of John Woods". Numbered 242A.  HB26/412/1068-1075  [n.d.]

Quitclaim and renunciation  HB26/412/1068  4 March 1839

Contents:
By Daniel Packard of Stutton, gent., of manors, messuages, etc. devised by John Woods of Darsham, gent., to him in trust jointly with Robert Colmer of the Inner Temple, London, Esq.

Nomination of Edward Revans of Yoxford, merchant, as a trustee, and lease and release  HB26/412/1069  23 July 1839-25 July 1839

Contents:
Of manors, messuages and lands devised by John Woods to Robert Colmer and Daniel Packard, i.e. in Darsham and Westleton, and in Stockton and Toft Monks, Norfolk. Robert Colmer, late of the Inner Temple, London, but now of Abbots Lodge, Sibton, Esq., to Edward Revans, to the use of himself and Edward Revans, upon trusts, as laid down in the will of John Woods. Assignment of terms of years, as in the same will, to William Revans of Yoxford, grocer and draper, in order that he may reassign them to Robert Colmer and Edward Revans. 23 24 July 1839.
On dorse: Assignment of terms of years (as in HB26/142/1069): William Revans to Robert Colmer and Edward Revans. 25 July 1839.

Covenant  HB26/412/1070  21 Aug. 1839

Contents:
To accept interest upon sum of £2812 in lieu of interest upon £4000 bequeathed to her by the will of John Woods. Quit claim of manors, messuage and lands of the late John Woods:
Sarah Woods of Darsham, widow of John Woods, to Robert Colmer and Edward Revans of Yoxford, grocer and draper.

Lease and release  HB26/412/1071-1072  18 19 Oct. 1839

Contents:
Of freehold parts of: capital messuage in Darsham, with cottages, buildings, and lands, i.e. capital messuage called Darsham Cottage, with barns, stables, etc., 1.1.3; Upper Lilletts, 7.0.3; Lower Lilletts, 7.0.17; Middle Field, 7.1.8; Short Nine Acres, 9.2.12; Clay Pit Field, 9.3.5; Four Acres, 4.1.3; Five Acres, 4.2.12; Brook Meadow, 4.2.31; The Wood, 0.3.8; the Plantation, 1.2.1; Darbys, 10.1.7; New Field, 5.2.34; Eleven Acres, 11.0.30; Ash Meadow, 2.2.15; Plantation in Ash Meadow, 29p; Orchard Meadow, 2.2.3; Plantation in Orchard Meadow, 28p; Gardens with Plantations, 0.3.11; Drift Way, 0.2.26; Turnpike Piece, 5.1.28; Cottage Field, 3.1.27; Smiths Meadow, 3.0.5; Cottage Pightle, 1.0.25; Further Mill Field, 6.1.16; First Mill Field, 3.3.15; Great Meadow, 7.2.37; Upper Church Field, 8.3.27; Lower Church Field, 8.1.2; Moat Meadow, 4.3.5; Little Piece, 4p; Ten Acres, 10.0.8; Orchard Field, 2.3.22;Orchard, 0.2.35; House and yards, 3r; Cart Shed Meadow, 4.0.25; Upper Cheny Field, 7.1.25; Lower Cheny Field, 7.3.5; Dodshons Field, 9.0.10; The Roads, 2.3.21; all in Darsham and Yoxford, 190.3.28, late of John Woods. And messuage in Darsham with Blacksmiths Shop, traverse, etc., occupied by James Smith; tenement or cottage, now divided into two, in Darsham, occupied by James Evans and James Churchyard; and tenement and cottage in Darsham, occupied by Mary Blowers. Robert Colmer and Edward Revans to Rt. Hon. John Edward Cornwallis, Earl of Stradbroke of Henham Hall.

Bargain and sale  HB26/412/1073  19 Oct 1839

Contents:
Of copyhold messuages, lands and hereditaments held of manors of Darsham with Yoxford and Abbotts, Austens and Gerards: Robert Colmer and Edward Revans, trustees under the will of John Woods, deceased, to the Earl of Stradbroke.

Assignment of leasehold lands in Darsham for residue of term of 500 years: Robert Colmer and Edward Revans to the Earl of Stradbroke.  HB26/412/1074  19 Oct 1839

Assignment  HB26/412/1075  19 Oct. 1839

Contents:
Of 3 terms of 1000 years, 1000 years and 500 years in trust to attend inheritance of sundry premises in Darsham: executors of William Wright and Alexander Cavell, by direction of Robert Colmer, and others, to John Crabtree.

Bundle marked: "Writings relating to an estate in Uggeshall purchased by the Earl of Stradbroke of G.H. Ellis, Esq. and wife, October 1842." Numbered 243.  HB26/412/1076-1088  [n.d.]

Conveyance  HB26/412/1076  28 Oct. 1842

Contents:
Of freehold part of estate in Uggeshall and Brampton comprising messuage or farm house with appurtenances, plantation and various pieces of arable and pasture land (acreage only given); also piece of arable land called Part of the Allotment, piece of arable land, part of Church Great Close, piece of arable land called Little Church Close, Brampton Meadows, messuage divided into 3 dwellings, Uggeshall Bridge Meadow; and covenant to surrender copyhold part of the same estate comprising 1 pightle formerly built called the tenement Campleons with a close adjoining in the South Field of the town of Uggeshall, 1 marsh in Uggeshall (held by service, rent of ¾ and 4 days harvest work, 3 hens to be delivered to the lord, suit of court and aid at the suit of the Hundred), 1 other pightle called Normans tenement in Uggeshall in the South Field, enclosure of land and pasture called Mill Close, now divided into 2 parts, enclosure called Broome lands, Hall Meadow, inclosure called Bays Hill, 1 aldercarr called the Lynch, 2 pieces of land, one lying in the East Fen, the other called Grymesplott, 1 piece of land allotted in the enclosure award for Uggeshall, and 1 piece of land in Brampton: Rev. Thomas Sheriffe, George Henry Ellis and his wife to the Earl of Stradbroke.

Abstract of title of Helen Catherine Ellis, wife of George Henry Ellis, to freehold and copyhold lands and hereditaments in Suffolk.  HB26/412/1077  Undated

Copy of probate will of Edmund Barber, Uggeshall, proved 25 Nov. 1808.  HB26/412/1078  c 1808

Attested copy of limited probate of the will of Mary Thompson, wife of Edward Thompson, Plymouth, Devon, deceased.  HB26/412/1079  7 April 1842

Conveyance and release of freehold messuage in Uggeshall with appurtenances: Gibson Lucas, Esq. to Robert Neslen.  HB26/412/1080  10 Oct 1768

Probate of will of Robert Neslen, Uggeshall, proved 7 Aug. 1784.  HB26/412/1081  c 1784

Lease and release of piece of land in Uggeshall: George Bitton, Uggeshall, to Mary Neslen of the same place, widow.  HB26/412/1082  5 4 July 1782

Copy of court roll, manor of Ugghall  HB26/412/1083  14 Jan. 1786

Contents:
Admission of Mary Neslen to copyhold property described in HB26/412/1076 on the death of her husband, Robert Neslen, and admission of her son, Robert, to the reversion of the same.

Copy of court roll, manor of Wangford  HB26/412/1084  14 Jan. 1786

Contents:
Similar admission (to HB26/412/1083) to piece of meadow, marsh and aldercarr in Brampton.

Mortgage of farm, lands, hereditaments and other premises in Suffolk to secure repayment of £350 and interest: Robert Neslen the younger, Newdigate, Surrey, to Richard Grinsted, Horsham, Sussex.  HB26/412/1085  12 July 1794

Lease and release  HB26/412/1086  19 20 Oct. 1797

Contents:
In trust for Edmund Barber of messuage (in Uggeshall and appurtenances in Uggeshall and Brampton, and 1 piece of land in Uggeshall: Robert Neslen, Newdigate, Surrey, to William Carpenter, Aldeby, Norfolk.

Copy of court roll, manor of Ugghall  HB26/412/1087  23 May 1798

Contents:
Admission of Edmund Barber to copyhold property described in HB26/412/1076 on the surrender of Robert Neslen.

Feoffment of piece of land at Uggeshall  HB26/412/1088  10 Nov. 1806

Contents:
Rev. Thomas Sheriffe, Uggeshall, to Edmund Barber, Uggeshall.

Bundle marked: "Writings relating to an estate in Reydon purchased by the Earl of Stradbroke of the Trustees of S.H. Bloom and wife. October 1842." Numbered 244.  HB26/412/1088a-1101  [n.d.]

Abstract of title of trustees of S.H. Bloom and his wife to copyholds held of the manor of Reydon. 1769-1841.  HB26/412/1088a  c 1841

Abstract of title of trustees of Samuel H. Bloom and Eliza Ann, his wife, to freehold parts of estate at Reydon. 1799-1842.  HB26/412/1089  c 1842

Appointment of right to cut wood and bushes in Reydon Wood, belonging to the Earl of Stradbroke: Samuel Hingston Bloom and Eliza Mary Ann, his wife, to the Earl of Stradbroke.  HB26/412/1090  21 March 1842

Conveyance  HB26/412/1091  11 Oct. 1842

Contents:
Of freehold parts of estate at Reydon called the Wood Farm: Peter Hingeston, Camberwell, Surrey, Joseph Berry Edwards, Southwold, Samuel Hingeston Bloom, Reydon, farmer, and Eliza Mary Ann, his wife, to the Earl of Stradbroke.

Appointment of copyhold lands held of the manor of Reydon: Peter Hingeston and others to trustees of the Earl of Stradbroke.  HB26/412/1092  11 Oct. 1842

Copy of acknowledgement of satisfaction, manor of Reydon, on surrender passed by Samuel Bloom and his wife to James Grinling Cooper.  HB26/412/1093  11 Oct. 1842

Copy of surrender, manor of Reydon, by John Hingeston and others, to uses.  HB26/412/1094  21 23 March and April 1842

Copy of conditional surrender of copyhold property held of manor of Reydon: Samuel Bloom and his wife to James Cooper.  HB26/412/1095  13 March 1841

Mortgage in fee of the same property in HB26/412/1095: Samuel Bloom and his wife to James Grinling Cooper.  HB26/412/1096  13 March 1841

Conveyance of the same property in HB26/412/1095: James Hingeston to Samuel Bloom.  HB26/412/1097  10 March 1841

Copy of conditional surrender, copyhold property held of the manor of Reydon: Samuel Bloom and his wife to J.G. Cooper.  HB26/412/1098  15 May 1835

Appointment, being mortgage in fee of freehold parts and covenant to surrender copyhold parts of same property in HB26/412/1098: Samuel Bloom and his wife to James Grinling Cooper.  HB26/412/1099  15 May 1835

Copy of court roll, manor of Reydon  HB26/412/1100  15 May 1835

Contents:
Admission of John Hingeston to 32½ acres and 1 rood of land, pasture, heath, fresh marsh and dooles, with appurtenances in Reydon, 3 acres of marsh called Micklemeadow, 1 rood of land lying near Reydon Park, 1 pightle called Hallyard: also pieces of land Nos.75, 40 formerly part of the commons and waste lands of Reydon: and surrender to uses, with admission and re-admission of Mrs. Eliza Mary Ann Bloom.

Lease and release  HB26/412/1101  3 4 March 1835

Contents:
Of freehold parts of messuage and farm called Red House Farm in Reydon, also 2 cottages in Tape Street, Southwold, and messuage and wheelwright's shop in Brampton: John Hingeston, Camberwell, Surrey, to Samuel Hingeston Bloom.

Bundle marked: "Deeds relating to the exchange of tithes on Yoxford and Bulcamp between the Earl of Stradbroke and Sir Charles Blois. 1836." Numbered 245  HB26/412/1102-1104  [n.d.]

Deed of exchange of tithes in Bulcamp and Yoxford between the Earl of Stradbroke and Sir Charles Blois.  HB26/412/1102  18 June 1836

Disentailing deed of tithes within the parish of Bulcamp  HB26/412/1103  21 March 1836-29 March 1836

Contents:
Sir Charles Blois and Charles Blois, Esq. to Richard Bohun. 21 March 1836. Enrolled in chancery, 29 March 1836.

Abstract of deed of appointment by Sir Charles Blois of the manors and hereditaments comprised in his settlement to his son, Charles Blois, with a power of revocation and new appointment.  HB26/412/1104  1835

Bundle marked: "Writings relating to a cottage and land at Uggeshall purchased by the Earl of Stradbroke of Richard Raven. 1843." Numbered 246.  HB26/412/1105-1128  [n.d.]

Conveyance of messuage or cottage and appurtenances in Uggeshall: trustees for sale under will of James Baker, deceased, to Richard Raven, Willingham, carpenter.  HB26/412/1105  31 Aug. 1842

Abstract of title to freehold part of cottage and premises at Uggeshall  HB26/412/1106  1842

Declaration by Margaret Mitchell, Wheatacre, Norfolk, widow, concerning Bendy and Gooch families.  HB26/412/1107  30 Dec. 1842

Office extract of will of Issac Woodroffe, Croydon, Surrey, proved 27 April 1831.  HB26/412/1108  Undated

Probate will, James Baker, Uggeshall, yeoman, proved 24 Jan. 1801.  HB26/412/1109  c 1801

Lease and release  HB26/412/1110  5 6 April 1790

Contents:
Of cottage at Uggeshall: John Mashland, Uggeshall, yeoman (sole executor of will of Samuel Mashland, Uggeshall, husbandman, deceased) and Thomas Mashland, Uggeshall, yeoman, only son and heir of Samuel Mashland, to James Baker of the same place, yeoman.

Copy of the will of Samuel Mashlan, Uggeshall, husbandman, 15 March 1785.  HB26/412/1111  c 1785

Licence  HB26/412/1112  28 June 1765

Contents:
From Sir John Rous, lord of the manor of Ugghall, to Samuel Mashland, Uggeshall, labourer, to enclose and build upon a piece of land, parcel of the commons of Uggeshall, called Uggeshall Hills.

Similar licence to HB26/412/1112 from owners and occupiers of lands in Uggeshall, having right of common on Uggeshall Commons.  HB26/412/1113  11 April 1765

Appointment of a freehold messuage and premises and covenant to surrender copyhold land in Uggeshall: Richard Raven to the Earl of Stradbroke.  HB26/412/1114  28 April 1843

Abstract of title of Richard Bohun to copyhold lands held of manor of Ugghall. 1788-1836.  HB26/412/1115  c 1836

Copy of court roll, manor of Ugghall  HB26/412/1116  4 Nov. 1791

Contents:
Admission of James Baker to piece of land called Normans Yard in Uggeshall, lately built upon but now wasted, on the surrender of Thomas Mashland, Uggeshall, yeoman.

Receipt and warrant to enter satisfaction on conditional surrender, manor of Ugghall, passed by Issac Woodroffe to William Browne, deceased.  HB26/412/1117  3 Sept. 1842

Extract from will of William Browne, late of Brampton, farmer, deceased, proved 25 March 1812.  HB26/412/1118  Undated

Extracts from wills and codicils of George William Browne Bohun, Beccles, deceased, as to appointment of executors; proved 10 June 1835.  HB26/412/1119  Undated

Copy of absolute surrender, manor of Ugghall: coheirs of Isaac Woodruffe, deceased, to Richard Raven.  HB26/412/1120  31 Aug. and 3 Sept. 1842

Copy of court roll, manor of Ugghall  HB26/412/1121  18 Nov. 1765

Contents:
Admission of Samuel Baker to property described in HB26/412/1116 on the surrender of Daniel Roberts.

Copy of admission of Isaac Woodruffe, manor of Ugghall, and conditional surrender to William Browne to secure £50 and interest.  HB26/412/1122  19 Feb. 1803

Copy of absolute surrender: Thomas Mashland to James Baker.  HB26/412/1123  17 April 1790

Copy of court roll, manor of Ugghall, admission of Thomas Mashland.  HB26/412/1124  21 Oct. 1788

Warrant to enter satisfaction on conditional surrender, manor of Ugghall, passed by Isaac Woodruffe to William Browne.  HB26/412/1125  3 Sept. 1842

Copy of court roll, manor of Ugghall, admission of Daniel Roberts.  HB26/412/1126  3 April 1755

Extract from Uggeshall Enclosure award concerning allotment made to James Baker.  HB26/412/1127  14 March 1799

Copy of court roll, manor of Ugghall, admission of Richard Bohun.  HB26/412/1128  12 Feb. 1836

Numbered 248.  [no ref. or date]

Release  HB26/412/1129  19 Dec. 1831

Contents:
From the Hon. Henry John Rous and others to the Earl of Stradbroke acknowledging receipt of all monies to which he was liable under his father's will and marriage settlement and surrender of term of 1000 years from the trustees under the will.

Numbered 250.  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance  HB26/412/1130  22 Feb. 1842

Contents:
Of piece of land in the River Suir, called the Island, lying partly in the barony of Iffa and Offa East, Co. Tipperary, and partly in the barony of Glanativia, Co. Waterford: the Earl of Stradbroke to Edward Pennefather, Fitz-William Square, Dublin, Lord Chief Justice of H.M. Court of Queen's Bench in Ireland.

Numbered 253.  [no ref. or date]

Deed of exchange  HB26/412/1131  21 Aug. 1841

Contents:
Of glebe and other lands at Uggeshall: Rev. Thomas Sheriffe and the Earl of Stradbroke. 17 July 1841. Note that counterpart of this deed together with map and valuation, the Commission of Enquiry and the return of the same were deposited in the office of the Registrar, Diocese of Norwich

Numbered 254  [no ref. or date]

Deed of exchange  HB26/412/1132  4 Oct. 1847

Contents:
Of glebe and other lands in Sotherton: Rev. Wm. Charles Edgell and the Earl of Stradbroke. 2 Aug. 1847. Note similar to that on deed of exchange described in HB26/412/1131. Dated

Bundle marked: "Writings relating to messuages and premises at Wangford purchased by the Earl of Stradbroke of Philip Benns. Numbered 256.  HB26/412/1133-1145  [n.d.]

Insurance policy on dwelling house, shop, tenement, stable and gig-house, all adjoining, in Wangford  HB26/412/1133  12 Oct. 1830

Contents:
Philip Bennes, Wangford, cordwainer, mortgagor, and Mrs. Lydia Ray and Miss Margaret Elizabeth Clayton, Norwich, mortgagees, with the New Equitable Fire Assurance Society, Norwich.

Abstract of title of Philip Colman Benns to estate at Wangford  HB26/412/1134  1842

Conveyance of messuage or tenement and shop with a piece of land adjoining, in Wangford: Philip Colman Benns to the Earl of Stradbroke.  HB26/412/1135  23 April 1844

Release of the same property in HB26/412/1135 Mrs. Sarah Benns to Philip Colman Benns.  HB26/412/1136  15 Dec. 1842

Deed of disclaimer of the executorship and trusts under the will of the late Philip Benns, Wangford, shoemaker: Benjamin Reeve Wangford, to Philip Colman Benns.  HB26/412/1137  12 Oct. 1842

Probate will of Philip Benns, Wangford, shoemaker, proved 20 Sept. 1842.  HB26/412/1138  c 1842

Assignment of mortgage for securing £400 and interest at 4½% on estate at Wangford  HB26/412/1139  25 Oct. 1837

Contents:
Mrs. Lydia Ray and Miss Margaret Elizabeth Clayton, by direction of Philip Benns, to Philip Coleman Benns.

Mortgage of estate at Wangford to secure £400 and interest  HB26/412/1140  13 Oct. 1830

Contents:
Philip Benns to Mrs. Lydia Ray and Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth Clayton.

Lease and release of the same property in HB26/412/1140 Mary Durrant, Kessingland, widow, to Philip Benns and Robert Gostlin White, Halesworth.  HB26/412/1141  9 10 Nov. 1804

Copy of will of Edward Durrant, Kessingland, farmer.  HB26/412/1142  7 March 1801

Feoffment of the same property in HB26/412/1140  HB26/412/1143  17 Feb. 1707/8

Contents:
Thomas Bellamy, Wangford, yeoman, and Gregory Bellamy, South Cove, yeoman, to Benjamin Branson, Wangford, yeoman and Elizabeth, his wife.

Certified copy of probate will of Benjamin Brandson, Kessingland, Riding Officer in H.M. Customs. Proved 6 July 1755.  HB26/412/1144  c 1755

Feoffment of the same property in HB26/412/1140  HB26/412/1145  20 March 1672/3

Contents:
William Gislingham, Northales alias Covehithe, husbandman, to William Bellamy, Wangford, innholder, and Frances, his wife.

Bundle marked: "Writings relating to an estate at Uggeshall in Suffolk purchased of Samuel Rix. 1845. Brick Kiln Farm, Uggeshall. Numbered 257.  HB26/412/1146-1203  [n.d.]

Conveyance  HB26/412/1146  1 December 1845

Contents:
Of freehold and covenant to surrender copyhold parts of estate at Uggeshall comprising messuage, tenement or farmhouse and homestall, Prison Yard, Clay Pit Field, East Field, Long Field, North Field, Home Field, Long Close, Bush Close, Home Meadow, Packway Field, New Meadow, and the packway (all freehold): also messuage or tenement called Butlers, one inclosure or croft near the said tenement, Canisland, 1 other piece of the tenement Butlers, Bettis Pightle, 1 other pightle, 1 piece of copyhold land late of Robert Aldred, piece of land late parcel of the commons and wastes of Frostenden, piece of land with a barn or hayhouse built thereon in a field called Sockmansfield, a piece of land in the same field, another piece of land in the same field, in a close called Great Marryatts, 3 pieces of land called Houchings lands, piece of land called the Eighth Piece in Bempton Field, small piece of land called the Prison House, various pieces of land late parcels of the commons and waste lands of Uggeshall, piece of land lying in Onehill, another piece of land in Uggeshall, 2 acres of demesne land, another piece of demesne land lying in the field of Uggeshall (all copyhold of the manors of Wangford, Uggeshall and Frostenden): Samuel Rix, late of Uggeshall, farmer, now of Halesworth, to the Earl of Stradbroke.

Copy of court roll, manor of Frostenden  HB26/412/1147  29 April 1814

Contents:
Admission of Samuel Rix to piece of land late parcel of the commons and waste lands of Frostenden, being the east end of allotment No.16 in the enclosure award.

Copy of court roll, manor of Frostenden  HB26/412/1148  29 April 1814

Contents:
Admission of Samuel Rix to messuage or tenement called Butlers, to 1 enclosure or croft near the said tenement, to a piece of land of the tenement Camisland, a piece of the tenement Butlers, to Bettis Pightle, to another pightle in Uggeshall, to a piece of copyhold land late of Robert Aldred, under the will of his father, Simon Rix.

Warrant to enter satisfaction on conditional surrender, manor of Frostenden: from Samuel Rix to Rev. Thomas Sheriffe and Richard Bohun.  HB26/412/1149  1 December 1845

Similar to HB26/412/1149 on conditional surrender passed by Samuel Rix to Mrs. Prudence Rix and others.  HB26/412/1150  19 August 1842

Copy of conditional surrender, manor of Frostenden: Samuel Rix to Rev. Thomas Sheriffe and Richard Bohun.  HB26/412/1151  19 August 1842

Copy of conditional surrender, manor of Frostenden: Samuel Rix to Mrs. Prudence Rix, Martha and Mary Rix.  HB26/412/1152  16 December 1816

Copy of court roll, manor of Frostenden: admission of Simon Rix to property described in HB26/412/1147 under the Enclosure Award.  HB26/412/1153  2 April 1799

Copy of court roll, manor of Frostenden: admission of John Rix to the property described in HB26/412/1148 as heir of Nathaniel and Ann Rix  HB26/412/1154  27 September 1742

Copy of court roll, manor of Wangford  HB26/412/1155  4 March 1814

Contents:
Admission of Samuel Rix to piece of copyhold land containing ½ acre lying in Owehill, to another piece of copyhold land containing 2 acres lying in Uggeshall, 2 acres of demesne land of the manor, another piece of demesne land lying in the field of Uggeshall under the will of his father, Simon Rix.

Warrant to enter satisfaction on conditional surrender, manor of Wangford, from Samuel Rix to Rev. Thomas Sheriffe and Richard Bohun.  HB26/412/1156  1 December 1845

Warrant to enter satisfaction on conditional surrender, manor of Wangford, passed by Samuel Rix to Mrs. Prudence Rix and others.  HB26/412/1157  19 August 1842

Copy of conditional surrender, manor of Wangford: Samuel Rix to Rev. Thomas Sheriffe and Richard Bohun.  HB26/412/1158  19 August 1842

Copy of conditional surrender, manor of Wangford: Samuel Rix to Mrs. Prudence Rix, Martha and Mary Rix.  HB26/412/1159  16 December 1816

Copy of court roll, manor of Wangford: admission of Simon Rix to property described in HB26/412/1155 on the death of his father, John Rix.  HB26/412/1160  25 August 1777

Copy of court roll, manor of Wangford  HB26/412/1161  9 February 1742

Contents:
Admission of John Rix to 2 acres of land, demesne of the manor, and to 1 piece of demesne land lying in the field of Uggeshall, on the death of his father, Nathaniel Rix.

Copy of court roll, manor of Wangford  HB26/412/1162  19 May 1738

Contents:
Admission of John Rix to piece of copyhold land containing 2 acres lying in Uggeshall on the surrender of Josiah Lincoln, Wrentham, and Elizabeth, his wife, late Elizabeth Rix.

Copy of court roll, manor of Ugghall  HB26/412/1163  16 May 1840

Contents:
Admission of Samuel Rix to piece of land, part of allotment No.13 in Enclosure Award on surrender by Rev. Thomas Sheriffe. (In accordance with agreement for exchange made between Thomas Sheriffe and Simon Rix, father of Samuel).

Copy of court roll, manor of Ugghall  HB26/412/1164  4 March 1814

Contents:
Admission of Samuel Rix to 1 piece of land with barn or hayhouse built thereon in Sockmansfield, to 2 acres of land in the same field, to ½ acre in the same field in close called Great Marryatts, to 3 pieces of land called Howchings Lands, to a piece of land called the Eighth Piece and to a small piece of land called the Prison House: on the death of his father, Simon Rix.

Warrant to enter satisfaction on conditional surrender, manor of Ugghall, from Samuel Rix to Rev. Thomas Sheriffe and Richard Bohun.  HB26/412/1165  1 December 1845

Warrant to enter satisfaction on conditional surrender, manor of Ugghall, passed by Samuel Rix to Mrs. Prudence Rix and others.  HB26/412/1166  19 August 1842

Copy of conditional surrender, manor of Ugghall, Samuel Rix to Rev. Thomas Sheriffe and Richard Bohun.  HB26/412/1167  19 August 1842

Copy of absolute surrender, manor of Ugghall: Rev. Thomas Sheriffe to Samuel Rix.  HB26/412/1168  8 May 1840

Copy of conditional surrender: manor of Ugghall: Samuel Rix to Mrs. Prudence Rix, Martha and Mary Rix.  HB26/412/1169  16 December 1816

Copy of court roll, manor of Ugghall: admission of Simon Rix to part of allotment No. 16 in Enclosure Award.  HB26/412/1170  19 December 1800

Copy of court roll, manor of Ugghall: admission of Simon Rix to property described in HB26/412/1164 on the death of his father, John Rix.  HB26/412/1171  6 December 1777

Similar to HB26/412/1171 admission of John Rix on the death of his father, Nathaniel Rix.  HB26/412/1172  9 February 1742/3

Abstract of title of Samuel Rix to piece of land in Uggeshall called Packway Field and New Meadow.  HB26/412/1173  1845

Abstract of title of Samuel Rix to piece of land in Uggeshall called the East Field.  HB26/412/1174  1845

Abstract of title of Samuel Rix to piece of land in Uggeshall called the North Field.  HB26/412/1175  1845

Abstract of title of Samuel Rix to freehold part of piece of land in Uggeshall called the Long Field.  HB26/412/1176  1845

Abstract of title of Samuel Rix to freehold part of estate at Uggeshall.  HB26/412/1177  1845

Abstract of title of Samuel Rix to piece of land copyhold of the manor of Ugghall.  HB26/412/1178  1845

Abstract of title of Samuel Rix to pieces of land in Uggeshall, copyhold of the manors of Frostenden, Ugghall and Wangford  HB26/412/1179  1845

Abstract of title of Samuel Rix to lands and tenements, copyhold of the manor of Ugghall.  HB26/412/1180  1845

Abstract of title of Samuel Rix to lands and tenements, copyhold of the manor of Wangford.  HB26/412/1181  1845

Abstract of title of Samuel Rix to messuage, lands and tenements, copyhold of the manor of Frostenden.  HB26/412/1182  1845

Assignment and confirmation of mortgage for securing £1850 and interest: Mrs. Martha Delf, Mary Rix and Samuel Rix to Rev. Thomas Sheriffe and Richard Bohun.  HB26/412/1183  18 August 1842

Copy of absolute surrender, manor of Ugghall: Samuel Rix to John Crabtree, Halesworth, and Thomas Freeman, Henham, in trust for the Earl of Stradbroke.  HB26/412/1184  1 December 1845

Similar to HB26/412/1184, manor of Wangford.  HB26/412/1185  1 December 1845

Similar to HB26/412/1184, manor of Frostenden.  HB26/412/1186  1 December 1845

Deed of exchange of lands in Uggeshall: Rev. Thomas Sheriffe and Samuel Rix.  HB26/412/1187  1 January 1834

Copy of administration to the effects of Prudence Rix late of Uggeshall, widow, deceased.  HB26/412/1188  27 July 1842

Attested copy of bond in contemplation of marriage between Samuel Delf and Miss Martha Rix: Samuel Delf, Bungay, ironmonger, to Rev. Edmund Hickman, Denton, Norfolk, Dissenting Minister.  HB26/412/1189  4 June 1822

Declaration by Samuel Rix, late of Uggeshall, farmer, now of Halesworth, as to the title to his property at Uggeshall.  HB26/412/1190  1 Dec 1845

Receipt from John Rix to Samuel Rix, executor of the will of Simon Rix, Uggeshall, farmer, deceased, for legacy under his grandfather's will, 19 August 1842  HB26/412/1191  20 August 1818

Contents:
With Stamp Office receipt attached.

Similar to HB26/412/1191, Wilton Rix, grandson.  HB26/412/1192  20 August 1818-19 August 1842

Similar to HB26/412/1191, Benjamin Rix, grandson.  HB26/412/1193  20 August 1818-19 August 1842

Similar to HB26/412/1191, Joseph Rix, grandson.  HB26/412/1194  20 August 1818-19 August 1842

Similar to HB26/412/1191, Parker Rix, grandson.  HB26/412/1195  20 August 1818-19 August 1842

Similar to HB26/412/1191, Nathaniel Rix, grandson.  HB26/412/1196  20 August 1818-19 August 1842

Similar to HB26/412/1191, Martha Rix, daughter.  HB26/412/1197  3 Aug 1813

Contents:
Stamp Office receipt only

Similar to HB26/412/1191, William Rix, son  HB26/412/1198  3 Aug 1813

Contents:
Stamp Office receipt only

Similar to HB26/412/1191, Mary Rix, daughter.  HB26/412/1199  3 Aug 1813

Contents:
Stamp Office receipt only

Mortgage by way of lease for 1000 years to secure £3,400 and interest: Samuel Rix to Mrs. Prudence Rix (mother of Samuel Rix) and Martha and Mary Rix.  HB26/412/1200  21 July 1813

Extract from Uggeshall Enclosure award concerning allotment to Simon Rix.  HB26/412/1201  14 March 1799

Copy of probate will of John Rix, Wrentham, proved 19 June 1777.  HB26/412/1202  c 1777

Copy of probate will of Simon Rix, Uggeshall, farmer, proved 19 July 1813.  HB26/412/1203  c 1813

Bundle marked: "Writings relating to 6a. 2r. 27p. of freehold land in Stoven and Uggeshall purchased of the executors of Mr. Button. 1849." Numbered: 260.  HB26/412/1204-1209  [n.d.]

Abstract of assignments by way of mortgage of the several shares of purchase monies of certain estates at Stoven, Rushmere and Gisleham under the will of Martin Button, Gisleham, farmer, deceased.  HB26/412/1204  1848

Abstract of title of John Button as trustee for sale under the will of the late Martin Button to estate at Stoven.  HB26/412/1205  1848

Copy of the will of Martin Button, proved in Prerogative Court of Canterbury  HB26/412/1206  16 December 1833

Copies of endorsements on assignments by way of mortgage referred in HB26/412/1204  HB26/412/1207  1841-8

Conveyance  HB26/412/1208  15 January 1849

Contents:
Of 2 parcels of meadow land lying in Stoven and Uggeshall, one called Round Meadow, the other Long Meadow, also of piece of land with a small plantation lying at the northern corner thereof, in Stoven: Mrs. Louisa Ann Button, Gisleham, widow, and others to the Earl of Stradbroke.

Deed of covenant for the production of title deeds: William Hazard, Redenhall with Harleston, Norfolk, and Jonathan Howlett, Wissett, land agent, to the Earl of Stradbroke.  HB26/412/1209  15 January 1849

Bundle marked: "Writings relating to premises at Wangford late Fenns" Numbered: 261.  HB26/412/1210-1217  [n.d.]

Abstract of title of trustees for sale acting under the will of the Rev. Warwell Fenn, to freehold hereditaments and premises at Wangford  HB26/412/1210  1850

Copy of probate will of Rev. Warwell Fenn, Kirby, Essex, proved 11 April 1842.  HB26/412/1211  c 1842

Conveyance  HB26/412/1212  23 April 1851

Contents:
Of freehold messuage or tenement now divided into 3 dwellings with the yards, gardens, outbuildings, lands and premises thereto belonging in Wangford, with building lately used as a schoolroom: Mrs. Eliza Fenn, Hadleigh, widow, and others, to the Countess of Stradbroke.

Lease and release  HB26/412/1213  18 19 August 1777

Contents:
Of piece of land in Wangford on which a messuage or tenement has recently been erected: Sir John Rous to John Wright, Wangford, innholder.

Probate will of John Childhouse, Wangford, thatcher: proved 30 July 1776.  HB26/412/1214  c 1776

Bond to perform covenants: John Wright to Mrs. Mary Childhouse, Wangford.  HB26/412/1215  2 October 1778

Agreement between John Wright and Mrs. Mary Childhouse for the sale of brick messuage and tenement with piece of land south east of the same, adjoining Green Lane, Wangford.  HB26/412/1216  31 December 1777

Lease and release of the same property in HB26/412/1216: John Wright to Mrs. Mary Childhouse.  HB26/412/1217  1 2 October 1778

Numbered: 262  [no ref. or date]

Probate of will and 2 codicils of John, Earl of Stradbroke: proved in Prerogative Court of Canterbury  HB26/412/1218  7 September 1827

Numbered: 263  [no ref. or date]

Assignment of mortgage and surrender of term of 500 year by way of merger  HB26/412/1219  9 September 1833

Contents:
Concerning divers manor, rectories, advowsons, messuages, farms, land and tenements, etc. in Henham, Frostenden, Wangford, Bulcamp, Blythburgh, Uggeshall, Sotherton, Reydon, Holton, Darsham, Yoxford, Thorington, Bramfield, Bruisyard, Rendham, Sweffling, Cransford, Badingham and other parishes in Suffolk, contained in marriage settlement of Sir John Rous and Frances Juliana Warter Wilson: Rev. John Holmes, Brooke Hall, Norfolk, to the Earl of Stradbroke.

Bundle marked: "Writings relating to an estate at Sotherton and Henham purchased of the trustees for sale under the will of Miss M. King. 1844." Numbered: 264.  HB26/412/1220-1235  [n.d.]

Conveyance  HB26/412/1220  26 Oct 1844

Contents:
Of messauge or farmhouse with appurtenances in Sotherton and Sotherton Field, Middle Piece, Bow Piece, New Common, Hempland, meadow, yards and pightle, Homefield, Clay Pit Piece, grove, Church Field, Gravel Pit Piece, drift from common, Suggates Piece, Cooks Pightle, Priory, drift by the house, turnpike road, in the parishes of Sotherton and Henham, copyhold of the manors of Sotherton and Wangford: Rev. George Orgill Leman, Brampton Hall, and William Orgill Leman, Chelmsford, Essex, to John Crabtree, Halesworth, and Thomas Freeman, Henham, trustees of the Earl of Stradbroke.

Memorandum by the Earl of Stradbroke  HB26/412/1221  25 Oct 1844

Contents:
Of deposit with John Barber Scott, Bungay, of title deeds to estate at Sotherton and Henham, purchased of trustees acting under the will of Mrs. Mary King, as security for repayment of £2,500 borrowed by the Earl of Stradbroke from John Barber Scott.

Schedule of writings and title deeds relating to estate at Sotherton and Henham belonging to the Earl of Stradbroke.  HB26/412/1222  25 July 1845

Lease and release  HB26/412/1223  11 12 April 1815

Contents:
Of freehold part of messuages, tenements and cottages, in Sotherton, messuages and tenements in Chediston, and meadow in Halesworth and Wissett: Thomas Pallant, Redgrave, to Mrs. Mary King, Halesworth.

Copy of absolute surrender, manor of Wangford: William Orgill Leman to the trustees of the Earl of Stradbroke.  HB26/412/1224  8 Nov 1844

Copy of court roll, manor of Wangford  HB26/412/1225  1226

Contents:
Admission of William Orgill Leman to one piece of land formerly Bradilaaghes, late divided into 2 small pieces, and to one close in Henham now called Priors Close, trustee under the will of Mary King.

Copy of court roll, manor of Wangford  HB26/412/1226  26 Feb 1816

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Pallant to the reversion of the same property in HB26/412/1225 on the surrender of Mary King.

Copy of court roll, manor of Wangford  HB26/412/1227  6 Aug 1796

Contents:
Admission of Mary King to the same property in HB26/412/1225 under the will of Mary Wyard.

Copy of absolute surrender, manor of Sotherton: William Orgill Leman to trustees for the Earl of Stradbroke.  HB26/412/1228  8 Nov 1844

Copy of court roll, manor of Sotherton  HB26/412/1229  3 Nov 1834

Contents:
Admission of William Leman Orgill to messuage called Newmans in Sotherton with 25 acres of copyhold land adjoining the same: also to 3 acres of copyhold land called Cookes lying in Henham, to a grove in Sotherton, to a piece of copyhold land containing 10 acres lying in a close, and to a pightle lying next to Sotherton Moor: also to allotments Nos. 2, part of an old road leading to Sotherton Church, 3, 10, in the enclosure award for Sotherton Moor: under the will of Mary Wyard.

Copy of court roll, manor of Sotherton  HB26/412/1230  26 Feb 1816

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Pallant to reversion of the property described in HB26/412/1229 on the surrender of Mary King.

Extract from Sotherton Moor enclosure award relating to allotment made to Mary King  HB26/412/1231  4 July 1804

Copy of court roll, (in HB26/412/1229) manor of Sotherton  HB26/412/1232  6 Aug 1796

Contents:
Admission of Mary King to the same property under the will of Mary Wyard

Copy of court roll, manor of Sotherton  HB26/412/1233  16 Feb 1737/8

Contents:
Admission of Mary Wyard on the death of her sister, Lydia Betts, widow.

Copy of court roll, manor of Sotherton  HB26/412/1234  16 Feb 1736/7

Contents:
Admission of Lydia Betts, widow, and Mary Wyard, on the death of their father, John Wyard.

Copy of court roll, manor of Sotherton  HB26/412/1235  14 March 1706

Contents:
Admission of John Wyard on the death of John Newman.

Bundle marked: "Deeds relating to land at Reydon late J.L. Ewen's. 1855." Numbered: 268  HB26/412/1236-1241  [n.d.]

Conveyance  HB26/412/1236  18 Oct 1852

Contents:
Of parcel of land being part of a piece of land called Woodfield, plantation, First Woodfield, Further Woodfield and several marshes, in Reydon: John Leman Ewen, Valewood, parish of Lurgashall, Sussex, to the Earl of Stradbroke

Supplemental abstract of title of John Leman Ewen to estate at Reydon  HB26/412/1237  1852

Abstract of settlement on marriage of Rev. John Norris Ewen with Miss E.M. Purvis  HB26/412/1238  1851

Abstract of settlement on marriage of John Leman Ewen with Miss Alethea Colvile.  HB26/412/1239  1852

Abstract of conveyance from William Peacock and others to surviving trustee of the settlement made on the marriage of Rev. John Norris Ewen with Miss Elizabeth Maria Purvis.  HB26/412/1240  1851

Release and confirmation of conveyance described in HB26/412/1236: Rev. William Colvile and others to the Earl of Stradbroke.  HB26/412/1241  23 April 1853

Numbered: 269  [no ref. or date]

Disentailing deed of enfranchisement of copyhold and freehold rents, manors of Blythburgh late Priory, Blythburgh and Walberswick and Hinton late Priory: Sir Charles Blois to the Earl of Stradbroke. 5 Oct 1854  HB26/412/1242  5 Oct 1854-7 Oct 1854

Contents:
Enrolled in Chancery, 7 Oct 1854

Deed of Covenant  [no ref. or date]

Deed of covenant to surrender piece of land in Wangford, called Further Wangford Field, copyhold of the manor of Reydon: Miss Harriet Sheriffe to the Earl of Stradbroke.  HB26/412/1243  16 Feb 1856

Bundle marked: "Writing relating to an estate at Sotherton purchased of Mr. Newson and another. 1853." Numbered: 278.  HB26/412/1244-1270  [n.d.]

Abstract of title of William Newson and Mrs. Elizabeth More to copyhold estate at Sotherton  HB26/412/1244  1853

Copy of absolute surrender, manor of Sotherton: William Newson and his wife and Elizabeth More to the Earl of Stradbroke.  HB26/412/1245  1853

Copy of warrent to enter satisfaction on conditional surrender, manor of Sotherton: Isaac Newson and Maria, his wife, to John Crabtree.  HB26/412/1246  25 Oct 1853

Release of right of dower, etc: in the same premises: Maria Jane Newson, Rickinghall Inferior, widow to William Newson and Elizabeth More.  HB26/412/1247  5 Oct 1853

Deed of covenant to surrender copyhold estate at Sotherton: William Newson and Elizabeth More to the Earl of Stradbroke.  HB26/412/1248  12 Oct 1853

Copy of court roll, manor of Sotherton  HB26/412/1249  14 Aug 1782

Contents:
Admission of Elizabeth Newson to tenement called Blackmans with 2 cottages now wasted and 7 acres of land, to 1 small pightle, to 1 close called Leyes, to 1 close with a pightle and grove at the south end, to 1 rood of land, parcel of the tenement Howards, to 1 tenement with a barn and curtilage and a garden or orchard at the south end of the barn, to a small garden called the Pear Yard, on the surrender of Simon Mills, Cratfield, grocer, and Eunice, his wife.

Extract from the will of Isaac Newson, Sotherton, proved 16 June 1798  HB26/412/1250  Undated

Probate will of Elizabeth Newson, Sotherton, widow, proved 18 May 1827.  HB26/412/1251  c 1827

Copy of court roll, manor of Sotherton  HB26/412/1252  4 April 1828

Contents:
Admission of Isaac Newson to property described in HB26/412/1249; also to allotment No.22 under the enclosure award for Sotherton Moor, all under the will of Elizabeth Newson.

Copy of conditional surrender, manor of Sotherton: Isaac Newson to Rev. Jeremy Day.  HB26/412/1253  5 May 1828

Deed of covenant to secure £700 and interest: Isaac Newson to John Crabtree.  HB26/412/1254  12 April 1850

Abstract of title of Simon Mills to copyhold estate held of manor of Sotherton. 1705-1779.  HB26/412/1255  c 1779

Copy of absolute surrender, manor of Sotherton: Simon Mills and Eunice, his wife, to Mrs. Elizabeth Newson.  HB26/412/1256  20 April 1782

Bond on passing absolute surrender: Simon Mills to Elizabeth Newson.  HB26/412/1257  20 April 1782

Bond on passing conditional surrender: Simon Mills to John Clayton, Peasenhall.  HB26/412/1258  17 Nov 1767

Receipts for admission fines, manor of Sotherton  [no ref. or date]

Isaac Newson, on the admission of his daughter, Elizabeth, on the surrender of Simon Mills and Eunice, his wife.  HB26/412/1259  13 Aug 1782

John Clayton, for entering release to Mrs. Scoulding.  HB26/412/1260  19 Oct 1730

Thomas Skoulding on admission of Simon Mills, yeoman.  HB26/412/1261  27 Mar 1746

Draft particulars of estate in Sotherton, belonging to Simon Mills  HB26/412/1262  No date

Agreement between Alderman Skoulding, Halesworth, merchant, and John Clayton, Yoxford, draper, on behalf of Simon Mills, and Isaac Newson, Westhall, farmer, for the sale of Simon Mills' property in Sotherton.  HB26/412/1263  2 Jan 1782

Bond on conditional surrender: William Jermain, Sotherton, to Mary Skoulding, Sibton.  HB26/412/1264  8 Jan 1722

Conditional surrender, manor of Sotherton: Simon Mills and Eunice, his wife, to Elizabeth Clayton, Peasenhall  HB26/412/1265  19 Jan 1779

Similar to HB26/412/1265: Simon and Eunice Mills to John Clayton, Peasenhall.  HB26/412/1266  17 Nov 1767

Memorandum of surrender to use of her will, Mary Skoulding, widow, copyhold tenant of manor of Sotherton.  HB26/412/1267  5 Aug 1729

Copy of court roll, manor of Sotherton  HB26/412/1268  19 March 1745/6

Contents:
Admission of Simon Mills, junior, to property described in HB26/412/1249 under the will of Mary Skoulding, his grandmother

Copy of court roll, manor of Sotherton  HB26/412/1269  8 January 1722/3

Contents:
Admission of William Jermain upon suffering a recovery.

Conditional surrender, manor of Sotherton: William Jermain to Mary Skoulding, Sibton, widow.  HB26/412/1260a  8 January 1722/3

Copy of court roll, manor of Sotherton  HB26/412/1261a  22 Oct 1722

Contents:
Admission of William Jermain to the property described in HB26/412/1249 on the death of his father, John Jermain.

Deed of covenant on borrowing further sum on copyhold premises at Sotherton: William Jermain to Mrs. Skoulding  HB26/412/1262a  5 April 1726

Release of copyhold property, William Jermain to Mary Skoulding.  HB26/412/1263a  28 June 1729

Copy of court roll, manor of Sotherton  HB26/412/1264a  11 Oct 1704

Contents:
Admission of William Withersby, Dunwich, to property described in HB26/412/1249 on the surrender of William Churchill.

Probate will of William Witherbe, Dunwich, proved 13 Jan 1704/5  HB26/412/1265a  c 1704/5

Deed of covenant on borrowing further sum on copyhold premises at Sotherton: William Jermain to Mrs. Skoulding.  HB26/412/1266a  5 April 1727

Similar to HB26/412/1266a  HB26/412/1267a  5 Oct 1727

Receipt for admission fine, manor of Sotherton: John Clayton on admission of Mary Scolding, widow.  HB26/412/1268a  22 June 1725

Contents:
On conditional surrenders by William Jermain

Similar to HB26/412/1268a  HB26/412/1269a  21 May 1725

Contents:
On conditional surrenders by William Jermain

Lease for 11 years of messuage or tenement in Sotherton, with appurtenances: Simon Mills to Isaac Newson.  HB26/412/1270  12 Jan 1769

Numbered: 281  [no ref. or date]

Letters Patent of Henry VIII granting to Anthony Rous, Esq. the office of Controller of the town of Calais. 35 Hen.VIII.  HB26/412/1271  25 Aug 1543

Great Seal, in fairly good condition.

Bundle marked: "Deeds, etc. belonging to the Earl of Stradbroke." Numbered: 282.  HB26/412/1272-1278  [n.d.]

Deed to secure £6,000 and interest: Capt. Henry John Rous, R.N., to the Earl of Stradbroke.  HB26/412/1272  16 Aug 1844

Ramsholt Estate: Wises Trust: letters showing that Mr. Phipps has not been charged with a moiety of the mortgage money  HB26/412/1273  1846

Particulars of the burials of the Trotman family.  HB26/412/1274  Undated

Copy of probate will of Robert Trotman, Ipswich; proved 2 July 1821  HB26/412/1275  c 1821

Copy of release and covenant to pay an annuity of £500 and assignment of residuary estate: Mrs. Harriet Wise and Matthew Wise to John Phipps.  HB26/412/1276  26 Aug 1834

Release and indemnity from Matthew Wise to the Earl of Stradbroke on conveyance of estate at Ramsholt.  HB26/412/1277  11 Dec 1846

Lease for one year  HB26/412/1278  18 December 1772

Contents:
Of messuage or tenement in Debach, of a piece of land called Drowtes, the Great Meadow, the Home Close, Charsfield Pightle, 1 close of 5 acres in Debach, 1 close of 6 acres, 1 enclosure of 4 acres, 1 close of meadow containing 1½ acres, called Rookwood Meadow, 1 enclosure containing 10 acres, all in Debach, Charsfield and Clopton: also of messuage and appurtenances in Charsfield, tenement or cottage adjoining the said messuage: inn called the Crown in Earl Stonham, with yard or pightle adjoining called Scutts, and a watering place at the east end of the messuage: messuage in Charsfield called Millers and Turners, with lands in Charsfield and Dallinghoo: New Close in Charsfield: messuage called Levetts in Charsfield with lands in Charsfield and Hoo: garden or orchard in St. Peter and St. Nicholas, Ipswich: reversion of messuage and malting and brewing offices, mill house, wharf, crane, etc. in St. Peter, Ipswich: messuage or tenement lately converted into a malting and brewing office, with yards and quay in St. Peter, Ipswich: messuage in St. Peter, Ipswich with outhouses, pump and well of water: messuage or inn called the Griffin in St. Mary Tower, Ipswich: inn called the Cross Keys in St. Margaret, Ipswich: Robert Trotman, Ipswich to John Blake, Marles, Epping, Essex, and Rev. William Gee, Ipswich.

Bundle marked: "Writing relating to cottages at Sotherton late Suggates" Numbered: 291  HB26/412/1279-1295  [n.d.]

Conveyance of freehold cottages in Sotherton: Benjamin Woolnough, Wrentham, land steward, to the Earl of Stradbroke.  HB26/412/1279  17 Mar 1868

Abstract of title to cottages and land at Sotherton.  HB26/412/1280  1867

Conveyance of freehold cottages at Sotherton: the Earl of Stradbroke to Benjamin Woolnough.  HB26/412/1281  7 Oct 1867

Transfer of mortgage  HB26/412/1282  21 Nov 1849

Contents:
On messuage with yards, etc. containing ½ acre in Sotherton, piece of land containing 10 perches being an encroachment allotted under Sotherton Moor enclosure award, cottages erected by Robert Suggate on the said land, piece of land in Wrentham, divided by hurdles from a piece of arable land, 2 cottages erected by Robert Suggate on the said piece of land, freehold part of cottages belonging to Robert Suggate in Weston and Ringsfield, messuage with yards and appurtenances in Old Market Place, Beccles: Hon. Henry John Rous to the Earl of Stradbroke.

Similar to HB26/412/1282, by way of lease and release: Graystone Bucke Baker, Bungay, and others to Henry John Rous.  HB26/412/1283  28 29 Feb 1840

Will of Robert Knights, Sotherton, husbandman.  HB26/412/1284  26 Sept 1709

Extract from letters of administration of goods of Richard Miller, Lowestoft, granted to his son, Richard.  HB26/412/1285  21 Dec 1826

Act for enclosing Sotherton Moor  HB26/412/1286  1802

Extract from Sotherton Moor enclosure award concerning allotment to Robert Suggate.  HB26/412/1287  4 July 1804

Lease and release  HB26/412/1288  27 28 Feb 1788

Contents:
Of dwelling house with yards, etc. containing ½ acre in Sotherton: Thomas Kamp, Gorleston, cordwainer, to Robert Suggate, Brampton, thatcher.

Lease and release  HB26/412/1289  20 21 July 1780

Contents:
Of the same property in HB26/412/1288: Thomas Thornton, Gorleston, cordwainer (only child of Elizabeth Thornton, lately called Elizabeth Knights, daughter of Robert Knights, Sotherton, husbandman, deceased) to Thomas Kamp.

Mortgage of the same property in HB26/412/1288 to secure payment of £300 and interest: Robert Suggett to Richard Miller, Gt. Yarmouth.  HB26/412/1290  12 Oct 1812

Settlement in trust by way of lease and release  HB26/412/1291  7 8 Jan 1820

Contents:
Of piece of land in Sotherton and piece of land in Wrentham: Robert Suggate to John Garrod, the elder, Beccles, bootmaker, and John Garrod, the younger, Beccles, currier.

Probate will of Robert Suggate, Sotherton, yeoman: proved 19 March 1830  HB26/412/1292  c 1830

Further charge on property described in HB26/412/1282: Henry Ezra Suggate, Beccles, surgeon, and Matilda, his wife, and others, to John Crisp Webster, Beccles.  HB26/412/1293  13 July 1832

Appointment and release of freehold and assignment of leasehold hereditaments to secure £400 and interest: Henry Ezra Suggate and his wife and their trustees to a trustee for John Webster.  HB26/412/1294  19 March 1830

Transfer of mortgage and further advance, and lease for 1 year: John Crisp Webster, trustee of John Webster, and others, to trustee for Mrs. Bertha Baker, Bungay.  HB26/412/1295  3 Feb 1837

Bundle marked: "Title deeds relating to a farm known as the Valley Farm and land in Uggeshall in Suffolk belonging to the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Stradbroke (late Barnwell) 11 October 1905." Not numbered.  HB26/412/1296-1352  [n.d.]

Exemplification of recovery  HB26/412/1296  25 May 1789

Contents:
2 messuages, 2 gardens, a moiety of 40 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 10 acres of pasture, 2 acres of wood in Stowmarket, Lawshall, and Whepstead: Manning Prentice, demandant, William Lyon, tenant, and Margaret Victoryn, vouchee. 29 Geo.III.

Feoffment  HB26/412/1297  24 Oct 1629

Contents:
Of 9 pieces of meadow and pasture in Uggeshall, namely 2 pieces called Middlecroft, the Meadow, Blakes Close, Watteyard, piece with a tenement lately built thereon, 3 pieces, un-named: Daniel Deane, Henham, yeoman, and Oliver Deane, his son, to Nicholas Baker, Uggeshall, yeoman. Cancelled.

Schedule of deeds and writings relating to an estate at Uggeshall. 1578-1771  HB26/412/1298  c 1771

Copy of court roll, manor of Ugghall  HB26/412/1299  7 Jan 1701/2

Contents:
Admission of Sarah Ellis and Thomas Ellis, her son, to a messuage and 4 acres and 1 rod of land in Uggeshall, on the death of her husband, Thomas Ellis, by right of dower.

Copy of court roll, manor of Ugghall  HB26/412/1300  18 Oct 1709

Contents:
Admission of Richard Day, Henham, yeoman, to 4 pieces of copyhold land of the manor, surrendered by Alethea Baker, on the death of her husband, William Baker; also to a piece of demesne land called Ladys and Frances, to a piece of land containing 5 rods, to 3 pieces of land containing 5 rods, parcel of the tenement Aylewyns, to messuage called Millers with 8 acres of land, to 3 rods of land in a marsh belonging to the manor, to 3 other pieces of copyhold land, to piece of land called Bucks Croft, to a piece of marsh called Bucks Fen, to another piece of marsh containing ½ acre lying in the West Fen in marsh belonging to the manor called Blakes Fen, to a marsh or meadow containing 2 acres lying in the West Fen, to a parcel of unenclosed land (campestui terre) in Uggeshall, all on the death of William Baker.

Receipt for £34.17. 6. paid by Matthew Kerrison on behalf of Rev. Chapman, being his share of the expenses of the Frostenden Inclosure Bill.  HB26/412/1301  23 Aug 1799

Probate will of William Baker, Uggeshall, yeoman, proved 18 April 1629  HB26/412/1302  c 1629

Bond to perform covenants  HB26/412/1303  18 Oct 1709

Contents:
Alethea Baker, Uggeshall, widow, Nathaniel Brame, Rushmere, yeoman, and Henry Newson, Stoven, yeoman, to Richard Day, Henham, yeoman.

Probate will, Nicholas Baker, Uggeshall, yeoman. Proved 23 June 1656.  HB26/412/1304  c 1656

Feoffment  HB26/412/1305  1 Feb 1578/9

Contents:
Of 2 pieces of meadow or marsh in Owgeshall: Thomas Preston, South Cove, yeoman, to William Baker, Owgeshall, yeoman.

Exemplification of recovery  HB26/412/1306  9 July 1606

Contents:
4 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, 7 acres of pasture, 4 acres of wood, with appurtenances, in Uggeshall: Gregory Mileham and Thomas Tompson, demandants, John Randall, tenant, and William Baker, vouchee. 4 James I.

Probate will, Simon Baker, Uggeshall, husbandman: proved 15 July 1569  HB26/412/1307  c 1569

Deed to lead use of fine described in HB26/412/1306  HB26/412/1308  2 June 1606

Contents:
Gregory Myleham, Heddenham, Norfolk, Thomas Tompson, Barnards Inn, John Randall, Heddenham, Norfolk, and William Baker, Uggeshall, yeoman. 4 James I.

Copy of court roll, manor of Ugghall  HB26/412/1309  10 Apr 1705

Contents:
Admission of William Baker to property described in HB26/412/1300 following recovery: and conditional surrender to John Marshall, Burgh St. Peter, Norfolk.

Mortgage of 9 pieces of land described in HB26/412/1297  HB26/412/1310  19 March 1641

Contents:
Nicholas Baker, Uggeshall, yeoman, to Robert Baker, of the same place, yeoman.

Counterpart of HB26/412/1308.  HB26/412/1311  2 June 1606

Mortgage  HB26/412/1312  23 Sept 1614

Contents:
Of 7 pieces of land, meadow and pasture containing 12 acres 1½ rods in Uggeshall (acreage of each piece given, but not name): Nicholas Baker, Benacre, farmer, to William Baker, Uggeshall, yeoman.

Copy of court roll, manor of Ugghall  HB26/412/1313  7 Jan 1652/3

Contents:
Admission of James Baker to a parcel of unenclosed land ? (campo terre) in Uggeshall, on the surrender of John Snell.

Mortgage  HB26/412/1314  20 July 1706

Contents:
Of messuage or tenement and farm in Uggeshall with all the appurtenances: William Baker, Uggeshall, yeoman, to John Barnes, Henham, linenweaver.

Bargain and sale  HB26/412/1315  18 Oct 1709

Contents:
Of 4 pieces of copyhold land in Uggeshall, to 5 pieces of demesne land of the manor called Ladys and Frances, to another piece of demesne land and to 3 pieces of copyhold land, to a messuage called Millers with 8 acres of land, 3 roods of land lying in a marsh, 3 other pieces of land in Uggeshall, 1 piece of land containing ½ acre, piece of land called Bucks Croft, 1 piece of marsh called Bucks Fen, another piece of marsh lying in West Fen, another marsh lying in West Fen, a parcel of 'fielding ground' lying in Uggeshall, 7 pieces of land in Uggeshall, namely 2 called middlecroft, the Meadow, Blakes Close, and 3 un-named pieces: Alethea Baker, Uggeshall, widow, Nathaniel Brame, Rushmere, yeoman, Henry Newson, Stoven, yeoman, executors of the will of William Baker, to Richard Day, Henham, yeoman.

Copy of court roll, manor of Ugghall  HB26/412/1316  16 Feb 1737/8

Contents:
Admission of Jeremiah Day to property described in HB26/412/1300 on the death of his father, Richard Day.

Settlement by way of lease and release  HB26/412/1317  14 15 Sept 1759

Contents:
Of messuage in Uggeshall, messuage in Frostenden with appurtenances in Frostenden and Wangford: Jeremiah Day, Brome, to Richard Tapps, Norwich, clerk, and Thomas Sheriffe, Bungay, merchant, on marriage between Charles Chapman, Norwich, upholsterer, and Mary, daughter of Jeremiah Day.

Particulars and conditions of sale of estate at Uggeshall comprising mansion house, 3 farms and sundry cottages with arable and meadow land to be sold by auction at the Angel Inn, Wangford  HB26/412/1318  5 Aug 1814

Particulars and conditions of sale of estate at Uggeshall comprising mansion house, 3 farms and sundry cottages with arable and meadow land to be sold by auction at the Angel Inn, Wangford  HB26/412/1319  5 Aug 1814

Certificate of registration of contract for redemption of land tax: Benedict Lawrence Chapman, Uggeshall.  HB26/412/1320  25 Dec 1867

Warrant from Rev. Charles Chapman, Acrise, Kent, as executor of the will of Rev. Benedict Chapman, Ashden, Essex, to steward of manor of Halesworth to enter satisfaction for payment due on conditional surrender from William Atmer, Halesworth.  HB26/412/1321  31 Oct 1857

Receipt for payment by B.L. Chapman of charges relative to redemption of land tax.  HB26/412/1322  9 Oct 1855

Abstract of contract for redemption of land tax with request for payment of charges due thereon addressed to Benjamin Lawrence Chapman, Lincoln's Inn, from the Office of Inland Revenue.  HB26/412/1323  1 Aug 1855

Certification of registration of contract for redemption of land tax: Benedict Lawrence Chapman, Uggeshall  HB26/412/1324  7 Aug 1855

Acknowledgement of receipt of cheque: Board of Inland Revenue to B.L. Chapman.  HB26/412/1325  3 Aug 1855

Copy of court roll, manor of Ugghall  HB26/412/1326  19 Sept 1800

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Rockhill, Uggeshall, miller, to allotment No.36 under the enclosure award for Uggeshall, Frostenden and South Cove.

Certificate of contract for redemption of land tax  HB26/412/1327  18 March 1799

Contents:
On messuage with appurtenances and 65 acres of land in Uggeshall, on messuage with appurtenances and 22 acres of land in Frostenden, and on 26 acres of land in Wangford: Charles Chapman, Norwich.

Similar to HB26/412/1327  HB26/412/1328  21 July 1855

Contents:
On pieces of land called Allotment, Cottage Field, Upper Four Acres and Churchman's Marsh, on barn called Upper Barn with double cottage and yards, and on 2 cottages with lands belonging, in Uggeshall; Benedict Lawrence Chapman, Lincoln's Inn.

Similar to HB26/412/1327  HB26/412/1329  30 Oct 1858

Contents:
On piece of land, formerly part of the commons of Uggeshall: Benedict Lawrence Chapman, Lincoln's Inn.

Abstract of title of Henry Thompson and Mary, his wife, formerly Mary Barber, to freehold cottage and land at Uggeshall. 1779-1791  HB26/412/1330  c 1791

Abstract of title of Henry Thompson and Mary, his wife, to piece of freehold meadow land called Roes Meadow, formerly Funnel's Marsh, in Uggeshall. 1730-1791  HB26/412/1331  c 1791

Abstract of title to estate at Uggeshall. 1578-1709  HB26/412/1332  c 1709

Enfranchisement of hereditaments, copyhold of the manor of Ugghall and release of free rents payable to the manor of Reydon: the Earl of Stradbroke to B.L. Chapman.  HB26/412/1333  2 April 1853

Copy of court roll, manor of Ugghall  HB26/412/1334  7 June 1826

Contents:
Admission of Rev. Benedict Chapman to property described in HB26/412/1300 and HB26/412/1335 on the death of his brother, Rev. Charles John Chapman.

Copy of court roll, manor of Ugghall  HB26/412/1335  25 March 1815

Contents:
Admission of Rev. Charles John Chapman to tenement called Bulliards with orchard and garden in Uggeshall, to a piece of meadow lying in West Fen, to a piece of land in Church Field, to another piece of land in the same field, on the surrender of Thomas Rockhill and Anne, his wife.

Deed of exchange  HB26/412/1336  8 Jan 1788

Contents:
Of glebe lands in the parish of Uggeshall: Rev. Thomas Sheriffe, rector of Uggeshall and Sotherton, and George Bitton, Uggeshall.

Lease and release  HB26/412/1337  16 17 Nov 1779

Contents:
Of piece of meadow or pasture land in Uggeshall called the Little Meadow, piece of land in Uggeshall in the common field there called Bentham Field, another piece of land in the same field, piece of land called Little Coppy Close, the Great Coppy Close, the Hempland: Sir John Rous, Darsham, to George Bitton, Uggeshall.

Copy of court roll, manor of Ugghall  HB26/412/1338  c 1799

Contents:
Admission of Rev. Charles John Chapman to property described in HB26/412/1300 on the surrender of Jeremiah Day: also to allotments Nos. 4, 20 and 21 under the Uggeshall, Frostenden and South Cove enclosure award.

Extract from Uggeshall Inclosure Award concerning allotment made to Rev. Charles Chapman  HB26/412/1339  14 March 1799

Deed of appointment of estates in Suffolk: Charles Chapman and his wife.  HB26/412/1340  13 April 1770

Release of 'dower: Mrs. Elizabeth Day, Brome, widow of Jeremiah Day, to Charles Chapman, Norwich, upholsterer, her son in law.  HB26/412/1341  24 April 1771

Copy of court roll, manor of Ugghall  HB26/412/1342  4 Feb 1761/2

Contents:
Admission of Charles Chapman and his wife to property described in HB26/412/1300 on the surrender of Jeremiah Day.

Copy of court roll, manor of Ugghall  HB26/412/1343  21 Oct 1788

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Rockhill to tenement Bulliants, etc. described in HB26/412/1335 on the surrender of Ellis Butcher, commonly called Thomas Ellis, Halesworth, blacksmith, and Sarah, his wife.

Conditional surrender, Manor of Ugghall: Ellis Butcher, alias Thomas Ellis, and his wife to Mrs. Sarah Farra.  HB26/412/1344  28 Oct 1779

Bond to secure payment of £80: Thomas Ellis to Simon Stannard, Halesworth, sadler.  HB26/412/1345  18 Dec 1784

Copy of conditional surrender, manor of Ugghall: Ellis Butcher and his wife to Simon Stannard.  HB26/412/1346  18 Dec 1784

Attested copy of will of Thomas Ellis, Halesworth, blacksmith. 8 Aug 1774. Copy attested.  HB26/412/1347  22 April 1786

Letter from Assistant Secretary, Estate Duty Office, Somerset House, to J.A. Tucker, concerning claim for duty under will of Benedict Lawrence Chapman, died 12 Sept 1870, in respect of property at Uggeshall.  HB26/412/1348  15 July 1905

Copy of court roll, manor of Ugghall  HB26/412/1349  15 Dec 1774

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Ellis Butcher to property described in HB26/412/1335 on the death of his father, Thomas Ellis.

Copy of court roll, manor of Ugghall  HB26/412/1350  15 June 1747

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Ellis to the same property in HB26/412/1335 on the death of his father, also Thomas Ellis.

Conveyance of Valley Farm and a plot of land in Uggeshall: Rev. Charles Edward Benedict Barnwell to the Earl of Stradbroke.  HB26/412/1351  11 Oct 1905

Statutory declaration by Rev. Charles Edward Benedict Barnwell concerning the same conveyance in HB26/412/1351  HB26/412/1352  1905

General Additional Documents  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
A. PRIVATE BUSINESS
1. Rous Estate (Lord Stradbroke):
(i) Settlements and Related Documents
(ii) Evidences of Title and Related Documents
(iii) Manorial
(iv) Estate Administration
(v) Henham Tithes
(vi) Wangford Church
(vii) Irish Estate: Dispute between Lord Rous and the Earl of Dorchester
2. Vanneck Estate (Lord Huntingfield):
(i) General
(ii) Heveningham
(iii) Knodishall
(iv) Leiston and [...] Theberton
(v) West Indies
(vi) Arcedeckne Family
3. Hollond Estate, Benhall.
4. James Jermyn, Reydon, insolvent debtor.
5. John Garden, Redisham.
6. Abstracts of Title and Relative Documents
7. Particulars for Sale and Relative Documents
8. Miscellaneous Conveyances and the like.
9. Maps and plans
B. PUBLIC BUSINESS
1. Enclosure: Cratfield
2. Enclosure: Tannington
3. Enclosure: Worlingworth
4. Enclosure: Bedfield
5. Enclosure: Blyth Valley/Southwold Railway
6. Hoxne Union
7. Cookley and Walpole School
8. Halesworth Town Lands
9. Recreation Ground, Leiston.

PRIVATE BUSINESS: Rous Estate (Lord Stradbroke)  [no ref. or date]

Settlements and related documents  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
a) Sir John Rous
b) marriage between Nathaniel Micklethwait and Charlotte Marianne Harriott Rous
c) marriage between Sir Henry Hotham, K.C.B., and Frances Ann Juliana Rous
d) marriage between Spencer Horsey Kilderbee and Louisa Maria Judith Rous
e) Thomas Manners Rous

Abstract of title of Sir John Rous  HB26/412/1642  c 1748

Contents:
To manors of Henham with Cravens and Soca Bretton, Brampton with part of Stoven and Shelfhanger, Bulcamp, Sotherton, Wangford, Reydon, Reydon Wingfields, Wrentham Poynings on the part of Atherton and Reydon, Bedfield, Bruisyard, the rectories and advowsons belonging to these manors, Henham Hall, and messuages, lands and tenements in Henham, Wangford, Reydon, Shaddingfield, Blythburgh, Hinton, Bulcamp, Blyford, Sotherton, Stoven, Brampton and Bruisyard. 1670-1748.

Abstract of settlement by way of lease and release made on marriage between Sir John Rous and Judith Bedingfield.  HB26/412/1641  22 23 May 1749

Abstract of title of Sir John Rous  HB26/412/1634  c 1791

Contents:
To manors of Henham cum Cravens, Bulcamp, Sotherton, Wangford, Wrentham Poynings ex parte de Atherton, Reydon and Bedfield, to impropriation or great tithes of Wangford with Henham, and to other freehold estates in Henham, Wangford, Bulcamp and other adjoining parishes. 1670-1791.

Particulars of Sir John Rous' estates in Dennington.  HB26/412/1644  1787

Contents:
With a few relevant papers.

Draft release from Messrs. Barthrop Jermyn, executors of William Boyce, deceased, to the trustees of Sir John Rous' marriage settlement.  HB26/412/1373  20 Jan 1794

Draft settlement on the marriage between Nathaniel Micklethwait and the Hon. Charlotte Marianne Harriott Rous.  HB26/412/1574  26 Dec 1810

Plan of estate called Abbotts in Dennington, the property of the Hon. Rev. Frederick Hotham, A.M. Isaac Johnson, surveyor.  HB26/412/1377  September 1813

Rough draft of settlement on marriage of Sir Henry Hotham with the Hon. Francis Ann Juliana Rous.  HB26/412/1369  1816

Draft settlement on the intended marriage of Sir Henry Hotham, K.C.B., Rear Admiral in H.M. Fleet, and Hon. Frances Ann Juliana Rous.  HB26/412/1415  29 June 1816

Copy of letter from Robert Crabtree, Halesworth, to trustees of Sir Henry Hotham's marriage settlement, informing them of intention of Earl of Stradbroke to pay off sum of £10,000 charged on his Suffolk estate, in favour of Lady Hotham.  HB26/412/1780  21 Feb 1824

Letter from Sir Henry Hotham, Silverlands, Chertsey, to (Robert) Crabtree, Halesworth, acknowledging receipt of case with counsel's opinion thereon.  HB26/412/1783  29 Feb 1824

Letter from H.D. Lowndes, Red Lion Square, to John Meadows White requesting amendment of draft conveyance: Earl of Stradbroke to Holmes.  HB26/412/1778  19 June 1824

Letter from Sir Henry Hotham, Silverlands, Chertsey, to (Robert) Crabtree, Halesworth, concerning business relating to his marriage settlement.  HB26/412/1776  27 June 1824

Letter from J.T. Allcock, White Horse, (Ipswich) to Robert Crabtree, Halesworth, concerning business with Sir Henry Hotham's trustees.  HB26/412/1775  30 June 1824

Letter from John Meadows White, Token House Yard, to Messrs. Crabtree and Allcock, Halesworth, concerning execution of conveyance, Earl of Stradbroke to Holmes, by Lord Hotham.  HB26/412/1779  13 July 1824

Letter from John Meadows White, Token House Yard, to Messrs. Crabtree and Allcock, Halesworth, on various matters  HB26/412/1774  15 July 1824

Contents:
a) conveyance, Earl of Stradbroke to Holmes
b) Lord Huntingfield and Ellis' assignees
c) conveyance Howlet to Sayer.

Abstract of title of Sir John Rous to 2 small parcels of land in Cransford and Sweffling sold to Samuel Kilderbee.  HB26/412/1645  1788

Extract from the will of Samuel Kilderbee, Ipswich.  HB26/412/1357  5 Jan 1813

Instructions for settlement on proposed marriage of S.H. Kilderbee with Lady Louisa Rous.  HB26/412/1359  Undated

Copy or draft of deed of covenant for making additional settlement on marriage between Spencer Horsey Kilderbee and Lady Louisa Maria Judith Rous.  HB26/412/1358  [...]-July 1824

Memorial of annuity payable half-yearly by the Royal Naval, Military and East India Company Life Assurance Society, London, during the life of the Hon. Thomas Manners Rous, if he survived the Hon. George Stevens Byng.  HB26/412/1859  13 Feb 1840

Evidences of title and related documents  [no ref. or date]

Copy of bargain and sale of sundry manors and estates in Suffolk to make tenant to precipe for suffering a recovery and declare the uses to the Earl of Stradbroke in fee: the Earl of Stradbroke to J.M. White.  HB26/412/1661  26 Nov 1827

Draft release of estate in Blyford and other parishes in Suffolk: John Rabott to John, Lord Rous.  HB26/412/1371  10 Oct 1801

Lease for 1 year of 5 pieces of marsh ground, formerly in 4 pieces, lying in Blythburgh and Bulcamp, abutting on the River Blyth: Sir Charles Blois, Cockfield Hall, to John, Lord Rous, Henham Hall.  HB26/412/1754  9 Dec 1814

Draft abstract of title of Earl of Stradbroke to piece of freehold land at Bruisyard. 1827-60.  HB26/412/1580  c 1860

Plan of lands at Bruisyard proposed to be exchanged.  HB26/412/1581  No date

Draft mutual conveyance: by way of exchange  HB26/412/1579  14 October 1862

Contents:
Of lands in Bruisyard called Barrett's Close and Clarke's Close: Master and Fellows of St. Catherine's College, Cambridge, to the Earl of Stradbroke and the trustees for sale under his marriage settlement.

Draft deed of mutual enfranchisement of copyholds  HB26/412/1372  1812

Contents:
John, Lord Rous, lord of the manors of Bramfield with Brookhall alias Stonhams, and Darsham with Yoxford, and Rev. Bence Bence, Beccles, lord of the manor of Kelsale.

Draft release of piece of land at Darsham: Robert Walpole, with the consent of Lord Huntingfield, to Lord Rous.  HB26/412/1582  1819

Official extract from the will of Robert Smith, Eyke, farmer. Proved 16 March 1813.  HB26/412/1639  Undated

Attested copy of certain clauses of the will of Francis Smith, Sudborne. Proved 30 July 1822.  HB26/412/1635  Undated

Copy of draft grant of next presentation to the rectory of Eyke: the Earl of Stradbroke to Messrs. Bligh, Huixman and Ritchar.  HB26/412/1577  1830

Draft feoffment  HB26/412/1576  17 March 1729

Contents:
Of freehold lands at Kettleburgh and Dennington and covenant to surrender copyhold held of the manor of Framlingham at the Castle: the churchwardens of Dennington to the Earl of Stradbroke and others.

Draft continuation of abstract of title to estate in Sotherton lately Richard Smith's. 1765-1775.  HB26/412/1643  c 1775

Memorandum of agreement between mary Temple, Beccles, widow, and John, Lord Rous, for the sale of a piece of land in Sotherton, being an allotment of Sotherton Common.  HB26/412/1638  1 March 1810

Copy of absolute surrender  HB26/412/1640  28 Oct 1815

Contents:
Of farm house in Sotherton with lands and appurtenances, namely 8½ acres of wood with cottage thereon, tenement called Effoiles, with a piece of land adjoining, a lane and a row of trees, 2 closes and 1 pightle of land and pasture, 1½ acres and 4 perches of pasture, late parcel of Ingham Wood, wood called Ballfield, and allotment No.5 in the enclosure of Sotherton Moor (all held of the manor of Sotherton): widow and legatees of Richard Knights, deceased, to Lord Rous.

Copy of release of the town lands of Tannington: John Dade, Esq. to Sir John Rous and others.  HB26/412/1360  30 June 1786

Clause of the will of Matthew Walter, Blyford, yeoman, whereby he devised meadow, etc., in Uggeshall to Thomas Morse subject to the payment of 10/- per annum to the poor of Uggeshall. Proved 14 Nov. 1589.  HB26/412/1636  Undated

Draft release of freehold part of estate at Wangford, with covenants to surrender copyhold part and to levy fine: William Holmes Diver and others to Lord Rous.  HB26/412/1583  1818

Draft bond for securing annuity of £100 to Henry Newson and Deborah, his wife: John, Lord Rous, to James Hingerton, Wangford.  HB26/412/1370  6 Jan 1820

Agreement for lease of farm at Wangford for 12 years: Earl of Stradbroke to William Henry Saunders, Ely.  HB26/412/1578  3 June 1874

Draft conveyance of 2 pieces of land in Yoxford: the Earl of Stradbroke to David Elisha Davy.  HB26/412/1756  1844

Manorial  [no ref. or date]

Regulations presented by the homage at court held for the manor of Bruisyard concerning depasturage in the highways and wastes of the manor.  HB26/412/1637  16 Aug 1704

Three copies

Rental made for the manor of Soca Bretton  HB26/412/1832  1824

Contents:
Michaelmas

Estate Administration  [no ref. or date]

A/C of Henham Estate cottage rents.  HB26/412/1646  1879

John Bond's rent a/c for Wood Farm, Dennington.  HB26/412/1654  1879

Contents:
To Michaelmas

Mr. Cross' a/c in relation to the Earl of Stradbroke's manors.  HB26/412/1652  1880-82

Memorandum on C.A. Creasey's accounts for the Estate and Park Farms (Henham).  HB26/412/1651  September 1882

Memorandum on Estate and Park Farm A/C (Henham)  HB26/412/1653  December 1882

Henham Tithes  [no ref. or date]

Agreement for the commutation of tithes, parish of Henham.  HB26/412/1650  1839

Contents:
With a few relevant papers.

Draft merger and extinguishment of the tithes of the parish of Henham.  HB26/412/1647  22 Feb 1850

Printed form of declaration for the merger of tithes. Not completed.  HB26/412/1649  Undated

Schedule of lands in the parish of Henham belonging to Lord Stradbroke.  HB26/412/1648  No date

Wangford Church  [no ref. or date]

Draft agreement between the Earl of Stradbroke and Rev. John Rustat Crowfoot, perpetual curate of Wangford, and Charles Godbolt, Harleston, Norfolk, builder, and his sureties, for work to be done at Wangford Church.  HB26/412/1612  11 April 1863

Draft agreement made between the Earl of Stradbroke and Rev. John Crowfoot, perpetual curate of Wangford, and Charles Godbolt, Harleston, builder  HB26/412/1611  1865

Correspondence concerning dispute between the Earl of Stradbroke and Mr. Godbolt relating to the non-payment of the amount due for work done at Wangford Church.  HB26/412/1610  1865

Irish Estate: dispute between Lord Rous and the Earl of Dorchester  [no ref. or date]

Rental of the Cullen Estate.  HB26/412/1353  29 Sept 1761

Rent roll of the town and lands of Cullen.  HB26/412/1354  No date

Schedule of deeds and papers relating to Irish estates of Miss Frances Juliana Warter Wilson. 1666-1767.  HB26/412/1873  c 1767

Draft advertisement for lease of Sir John Rous' Irish estate lately belonging to Miss Frances J. Warter Wilson.  HB26/412/1863  1788

Two fair copies of draft advertisement described in HB26/412/1863  HB26/412/1864  Undated

Observations on defendant's answer in cause Sir John Rous and others against the Earl of Dorchester.  HB26/412/1865  1794

Copy of further answer of Joseph, Earl of Dorchester, to bill of complaint of Sir John Rous, George Goulding and John Shepperd Frere.  HB26/412/1861  8 May 1795

Contents:
With accompanying letter.

Copy of instructions for advising plaintiffs, with opinion of Sandish O'Grady thereon: in cause Sir John Rous and others against the Earl of Dorchester.  HB26/412/1862  20 July 1795

Contents:
With accompanying letter.

Copy of warrant from Sir John Rous, Darsham Hall, to Cooper Crawford, Dublin, as his solicitor, to prosecute suit against Earl of Dorchester.  HB26/412/1867  30 July 1795

Contents:
In Chancery in Ireland.

Copy of letter from P. Jermyn, Halesworth, to William Lyon, concerning execution of Commission in cause Sir John Rous against the Earl of Dorchester.  HB26/412/1866  31 July 1795

Memorandum concerning the Cullen (Irish) estate, formerly Wilson's, prepared for Mr. Jermyn.  HB26/412/1872  1 August 1795

A/C of fees paid to counsel in cause between (Sir John) Rous and the Earl of Dorchester  HB26/412/1830  1792-1795

Instructions to Mr. Crawford for Commission in cause between (Sir John) Rous and the Earl of Dorchester.  HB26/412/1831  1795

Letter from Cooper Crawford, Dublin, to P. Jermyn, concerning procedure to be adopted following death of Earl of Dorchester.  HB26/412/1869  9 Jan 1796

Letter from Cooper Crawford to Sir John Rous requesting him to complete answer to Lord Dorchester's cross bill of complaint.  HB26/412/1871  15 April 1796

Copy of letter from P. Jermyn, Halesworth, to Mr. Crawford requesting Commission to take answer upon oath in cause Lord Rous against the Earl of Dorchester.  HB26/412/1868  16 Jan 1798

Draft statement of case concerning Cullen Estate.  HB26/412/1860  1798

Bill of costs: Messrs. Oddie, Oddie and Forster to Lord Rous. 1816.  HB26/412/1777  1816-1818

Contents:
With receipt attached: 23 March 1818.

Private Business: Vanneck Estate (Lord Huntingfield)  [no ref. or date]

General  [no ref. or date]

Attested copy of bargain and sale  HB26/412/1758  25 March 1752

Contents:
Of manors of Huntingfield, Newhaw Aldham, Laxfield, Horham Jernegan, Cratfield, Horham Thorphall, Huntingfield Chantry, Westleton Minsmere, Laxfield Rectory; also Huntingfield Hall with the park, advowsons of Huntingfield, Cookley, Horham, Laxfield, Cratfield, Aldham: the hundred of Blything: messuages, farms, lands, tenements, etc. in Laxfield, Cratfield, Fressingfield, Stradbroke, Brundish, Wilby, Dennington, Badingham, Horham, Allington, Redlingfield, Denham, Eye, Hoxton, Aldham, Hadleigh, Kersey, Whatfield, Elmsett, Hintlesham, Chattisham, Copdock, Darsham, Wingfield, Huntingfield, Cookley, Great and Little Linstead, Heveningham, Westleton, Middleton, Fordley, Dunwich, Ubbeston, Leiston (described in further detail): the Earl of Leicester and Lord Coke to Sir Joshua Vanneck.

Schedule of deeds and documents  HB26/412/1825  c 1866

Contents:
Relating to freehold and copyhold estates in Suffolk of which Charles Andrew, Lord Huntingfield, is tenant for life, in the hands of John Alldin Moore, Richard Twining and William Edwards. 1752-1866.

Abstract of settlements and other documents relating to the settled estates of Lord Huntingfield.  HB26/412/1854  1888

Lord Huntingfield and the Equitable Assurance Society: present rental of estates included in mortgage of 2 March 1839.  HB26/412/1753  1888

Heveningham  [no ref. or date]

Schedule of writings and title deeds relating to estate at Heveningham belonging to Lord Huntingfield in the hands of Miss Sheriffe as mortgagee of the estate.  HB26/412/1839  6 Jan 1840

Draft conveyance  HB26/412/1843  25 Feb 1854

Contents:
Of freehold estate at Heveningham to uses of which settled estates of Lord Huntingfield stand limited: Henry Allsworth and another to Robert Charles Rowley and John Crabtree.

Small bundle of papers, tenders, specifications, correspondence, etc. concerning bridges in Heveningham Park.  HB26/412/1838  1869

Draft conveyance  HB26/412/1603  1 Nov 1875

Contents:
Of freehold estate at Heveningham and Ubbeston: trustees of the will of Sir Robert Shafto Adair to Lord Huntingfield.

Purchaser's requisitions on title and replies thereto, on conveyance described in (HB26/412/1603).  HB26/412/1604  1875

Knodishall  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of title of William Whiting to Knodishall Hall Estate. 1731-1826.  HB26/412/1568  c 1826

Particular and conditions of sale, with plan, of Knodishall Hall Estate and also of 2 cottages and 2 pieces of arable land at Leiston and Hazlewood, to be sold by auction by William Girling at the Bell, Saxmundham.  HB26/412/1569  19 June 1829

Schedule of writings and title deeds relating to the Knoddishall Hall Estate lying in Knoddishall and Leiston, belonging to Lord Huntingfield. 1731-1847.  HB26/412/1570  c 1847

Draft additional abstract of title of Lord Huntingfield to the Knoddishall Hall Estate. 1837-1848.  HB26/412/1572  c 1848

Leiston and Theberton  [no ref. or date]

Draft abstract of title of trustees of settled estates of Charles Andrew, Lord Huntingfield, to freehold parts of estate at Fordley and Theberton. 1802-1846.  HB26/412/1655  c 1846

Abstract of title of trustees of Charles Rowley and Mrs. Rowley to an estate at Leiston and Theberton. 1810-1855.  HB26/412/1824  c 1855

Draft conveyance  HB26/412/1858  1855

Contents:
Of freehold part and covenant to surrender copyhold part of estate at Theberton and Leiston: Sir Charles Blois and Sir Joshua Rowley to Lord Huntingfield.

Draft abstract of title of Lord Huntingfield to estates at Leiston. 1839-1856.  HB26/412/1856  c 1856

Draft conveyance  HB26/412/1608  30 October 1857

Contents:
Of piece of land in Leiston, copyhold of the manor of Knodishall: Lord Huntingfield to the East Suffolk Railway Co.

Draft conveyance  HB26/412/1609  Undated

Contents:
Of land at Leiston: East Suffolk Railway Co. to the trustees of the settled estates of Lord Huntingfield.

Three tracings of plans of branch of East Suffolk Railway to Aldeburgh at Leiston.  HB26/412/1607  Undated

West Indies  [no ref. or date]

Copy of Order in Council relating to the Golden Grove Estate, Jamaica.  HB26/412/1593  19 July 1804

Draft agreement and covenant  HB26/412/1853  1814

Contents:
As to the Golden Grove Plantation and Stokes Hall and Hampton Court Pen, parish of St. Thomas in the East, Jamaica: Louisa, Lady Huntingfield and Messrs. Cottam, Mortan Co.

Draft abstract of title to the Golden Grove Estate in the parish of St. Thomas in the East, Co. of Surrey, Jamaica. 1847-1891.  HB26/412/1594  c 1891

Particulars, plan and conditions of sale of Golden Grove sugar estate in parish of St.Thomas in the East, Co. of Surrey, Jamaica, for sale by W.W. Jenkinson at the Mart, Tokenhouse Yard, Bank of England, by direction of Trustee under will of Andrew Arcedekne.  HB26/412/1767  20 Oct 1891

Particulars, plans and conditions of sale of sugar estate called Golden Grove in Jamaica to be sold by auction by W.W. Jenkinson at the Mart, Tokenhouse Yard, London, by order of trustee under will of late Andrew Arcedekne.  HB26/412/1596  20 Oct 1891

Plan of the Golden Grove estate, Jamaica. (From particulars for sale).  HB26/412/1823  1891

2 copies

Plan of the western portion of the Golden Grove Estate, Jamaica, (from particulars for sale).  HB26/412/1591  1891

Particulars of sugar estate known as Ffryes in the island of Antigua to be sold by auction by Hards, Vaughan and Jenkinson before the Commissioners for the Sale of Incumbered Estates in the West Indies.  HB26/412/1595  26 July 1876

Particulars, with plan  HB26/412/1592  26 July 1876

Contents:
Of sugar estates known as Chambord, the Plain, River Sallee and Mornofonduo in the island of Grenada to be sold by auction by Hards, Vaughan and Jenkinson before the Commissioners for the Sale of Incumbered Estates in the West Indies.

Particulars, plan and conditions of sale  HB26/412/1759  20 June 1889

Contents:
Of coffee estates in the parishes of St. Andrew and Portland, County of Surrey, Jamaica: called Clifton Mount, Silver Hill, Felix Grove, Speculation, Mount Reserve, Grant's Land, parts of Cold Spring and Limerick Mount, together with residence called the Great House: to be sold by W.W. Jenkinson at the Mart, Tokenhouse Yard, Bank of England, by direction of trustees of Hon. Dr. Robert Hamilton, deceased.

Photograph of plan of estate described in (HB26/412/1759) above.  HB26/412/1771  Undated

Particulars, plan and conditions of sale  HB26/412/1752  24 May 1897

Contents:
Of the Norbrook Estate, parish of St. Andrew, island of Jamaica, to be sold by W.W. Jenkinson at the Mart, Tokenhouse Yard, Bank of England.

Page from particulars for sale concerning Lots No.2, Shortwood Hermitage Fen, No.3, Cedar Valley Estate, No.4, Haining Estate and No.5, wharf and lands in Kingston, all in Jamaica.  HB26/412/1772  No date

Plan of Constant Spring Estate, parish of St. Andrew, Jamaica (from particulars for sale).  HB26/412/1770  No date

Arcedeckne Family  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of the will of Andrew Arcedeckne. Died 1 Feb. 1849.  HB26/412/1820  1891

Private Business: Hollond Estate, Benhall  [no ref. or date]

Office copy of certificate of contract for redemption of Land Tax  HB26/412/1533  25 March 1799

Contents:
Benhall Lodge, park and lands, and farms and lands in Benhall, Great Glemham, Sweffling, Farnham, Bruisyard, Rendham and Saxmundham: George Rush, Esq.

Particulars, etc., with plan of Benhall Mansion and Park, with adjoining estates, together with manor of Benhall, advowson of the vicarage, impropriation of Benhall and the great tithes of the parish, to be sold by auction by George Robins at the Auction Mart, London.  HB26/412/1541  19 May (1831?)

Particulars, etc., with plan of Benhall Estate  HB26/412/1674  9 June 1836

3 copies

Contents:
Comprising Benhall Lodge with park, farms, wood and plantations, the manor of Benale, the impropriations of Benhall and the advowson of the vicarage to be sold by auction by Order of the Court of Chancery.

Particulars, etc. with plan of the Benhall Estate  HB26/412/1536  9 June 1836

Contents:
Comprising Benhall Lodge with park, farms, woods and plantations together with the manor of Benale, the impropriation of Benhall and the advowson of the vicarage, to be sold by auction, pursuant to decree of Court of Chancery at the Public Sale Room, Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, London.

Proposals for letting farm in Benhall and Farnham to Joseph Deacon.  HB26/412/1537  28 March 1840

Estimate of annual value of cottage, buildings and land in Farnham and Benhall in the occupation of the executors of (----) Deacon: viewed by William Girling.  HB26/412/1671  13 March 1842

Estimate of rental value of farm and lands proposed to be let to Mrs. Elizabeth Deacon: viewed by William Girling.  HB26/412/1672  13 March 1842

Lands at Benhall belonging to Rev. Edmund Hollond and J. Moseley proposed to be exchanged: viewed by D. Riches, Frostenden.  HB26/412/1669  5 May 1843

Plan of cottages on Old Barn Piece (on Sweffling - Farnham road) James Smy, Saxmundham, surveyor.  HB26/412/1539  6 May 1843

Plan of Rev. Edmund Hollond's land (Benhall?); James Smy, Saxmundham, surveyor.  HB26/412/1667  No date

Plan of farm in Saxmundham in the occupation of Robert Holmes.  HB26/412/1538  No date

Plan of proposed railway, parish of Benhall, showing land required to be purchased.  HB26/412/1673  No date

Agreement between Rev. Edmund Hollond, by John Crabtree, his agent, and Samuel Orford, Benhall, innkeeper, for lease of 2 pieces of land called Butcher's Hole and Highwood in Benhall.  HB26/412/1540  13 July 1844

Agreement articles between John George Sheppard, High House, Campsey Ash, and Rev. Edmund Hollond, Benhall Lodge, for sale of manor of Benhall Sir Roberts and farm in Benhall and Farnham.  HB26/412/1763  4 June 1850

Valuation list for the parish of Benhall.  HB26/412/1532  1863

Lease of farm in Benhall for 8 years: Rev. Edmund Hollond to Edward Freeman, Benhall, farmer.  HB26/412/1670  23 March 1864

Letter from E. Freeman, Benhall, asking advice about manure for turnips.  HB26/412/1700  30 April (1879)

Particulars of Edward Freeman's Farm, Benhall.  HB26/412/1680  1884

Particulars of E. Freeman's Farm, late Grays.  HB26/412/1675  No date

Lease of farm in Benhall for 8 years: Rev. Edmund Hollond to George Garnham, Benhall, farmer.  HB26/412/1682  23 March 1864

Memoranda and report on certain repairs, etc. connected with Rev. E. Hollond's Benhall estates: by Charles Lenny, Halesworth.  HB26/412/1676  28 May 1873

Contents of Ford's Farm in Benhall and Rendham.  HB26/412/1679  1873

Small bundle of papers concerning Benhall redeemed Land Tax.  HB26/412/1543  c 1876-8

Copy of report as to rental, value, state and condition of farm in Benhall belonging to Rev. E. Hollond in the occupation of William Robinson: by Charles Lenny.  HB26/412/1668  16 March 1877

Letter from Herbert Stanford to Frederick Cross concerning valuation of farm proposed to be taken by James London, Witnesham.  HB26/412/1703  2 Oct. 1880

Contents:
Enclosing letter from James London.

Valuation of fixtures at Burnt House Farm on transfer from C.B. Rendle to Mr. Stanford.  HB26/412/1711  No date

Letter from Herbert Stanford to Frederick Cross concerning valuation of Burnt House Farm.  HB26/412/1704  6 Oct 1880

Contents:
With valuation endorsed.

Letter from Herbert Stanford, Estate Agent, Saxmundham, to Frederick Cross, Halesworth, concerning renewal of lease of farm.  HB26/412/1702  [n.d.]

Contents:
8 October 1880

Letter from C. Lenny, Halesworth, to Herbert Stanford concerning proposed increased rent for his farm.  HB26/412/1705  2 May 1881

Memorandum concerning farm in occupation of Herbert Stanford.  HB26/412/1706  No date

Letter from C. Lenny, Halesworth, to Thomas Burrows, concerning proposed increased rent for his farm.  HB26/412/1714  2 May 1881

Copy or draft of letter from Frederick Cross, Halesworth, to Rev. E. Hollond, concerning property leased to Burrows.  HB26/412/1713  11 May 1881

Memorandum concerning property in occupation of Thomas Burrows.  HB26/412/1715  No date

Particulars of Thomas Burrows' occupations.  HB26/412/1716  No date

Contents:
In fragments.

Particulars of Thomas Burrows' Farm in Benhall and Great Glemham.  HB26/412/1681  No date

Letter from Robert Mills, Saxmundham, to F. Cross, Halesworth, concerning proposed hire of Rendle's cottage and land.  HB26/412/1708  23 May 1881

Letter from Robert Mills, Saxmundham, to F. Cross, Halesworth, concerning works and repairs on property occupied by (---) Thurston.  HB26/412/1709  28 May 1881

Letter from Rev. H. Mooyaart, vicar of Benhall, to Mr. Cross, concerning cottage for his groom.  HB26/412/1707  2 August 1881

Account for arrears of rent due from James Markham, with receipt from James Elmy for the same.  HB26/412/1710  1881

Particulars of lands in occupation of David Reynolds' executors and of Robert Reynolds.  HB26/412/1677  No date

Particulars of lands in occupation of David Reynolds' executors and of Robert Reynolds.  HB26/412/1678  No date

Letter from Thomas Cracknell, Home Farm, Benhall, to F. Cross concerning proposed hire by T. Burrows of parts of Garnham's and Freeman's Farms.  HB26/412/1699  14 July 1885

Rough memorandum concerning farms occupied by Thomas Burrows, Herbert Stanford and W.H. Capon.  HB26/412/1701  No date

Rough notes concerning various tenants.  HB26/412/1712  No date

Private Business: James Jermyn, Reydon: insolvent debtor  [no ref. or date]

Assignment  HB26/412/1750  20 January 1828

Contents:
By James Jermyn, Southwold, to Rev. John Brewster Wilkinson, Holbrook, of his MS books and papers relating to an English Gradus or poetical or philological work compiled by him, together with all printed books used by James Jermyn in preparing the book (schedule endorsed): to secure payment of £495.

Copy of warrant of attorney  HB26/412/1739  1 July 1841

Contents:
From James Jermyn, Reydon, to Henry Hughes Hallett and Henry Beaumont, attorneys of the Court of Exchequer Pleas, to appear and receive on his behalf a declaration in an action of debt at the suit of Joseph Berry Edwards of Southwold.

Agreement articles  HB26/412/1751  6 April 1842

Contents:
Between James Jermyn, Reydon, and Caroline Robinson, Halesworth, for sale of moiety of copyright and profits arising from the sale of the English Gradus.
With a few relative papers.

Declaration by Margaret Robinson, as executrix of Caroline Robinson, that sum assigned to Caroline Robinson, by James Jermyn, is the property of John Crabtree, Halesworth.  HB26/412/1738  29 Nov 1844

Writ addressed to James Jermyn, Reydon, to appear in Court of Exchequer Pleas at Westminster at the suit of Alexander Elder Murray for debt.  HB26/412/1735  22 Oct 1849

Letter from James Jermyn, Reydon  HB26/412/1737  27 Oct 1849

Contents:
Concerning arrangements to be made for the payment of his creditors, including some account of the method used for the distribution and sale of his printed works.

Letter from James Jermyn, Southwold  HB26/412/1736  30 Oct 1849

Contents:
Concerning his inability to attend Court because of illness and other matters relating to his insolvency.

Letter from Sole Turner, Aldermanbury, London, to Crabtree and Cross  HB26/412/1725  28 Nov 1849

Contents:
Concerning costs in cause Lewellin and others against Jermyn.

Letter from James Jermyn, Southwold  HB26/412/1734  30 Nov 1849

Contents:
Concerning claims on his manuscripts and proceedings against him in the County Court.

Letter from James Jermyn, Southwold  HB26/412/1733  9 Dec (1849)

Contents:
Concerning proceedings against him in County Court.

Letter from Read Crisp, Southwold, to J. Crabtree, Halesworth, concerning account of Jermyn's estate.  HB26/412/1724  21 Dec 1849

Letter from trustees of James Butler, Oxford Street, London  HB26/412/1747  18 21 February 1850

Contents:
Concerning account due from James Jermyn, with copy of Read Crisp's reply thereto.

Draft or copy of notice advertising payment of dividend arising from the effects of James Jermyn late of Reydon.  HB26/412/1723  29 May 1850

Letter from Thomas Tippell, Halesworth, to R. Crisp, sent with account due from James Jermyn.  HB26/412/1748  7 June 1850

Letter from H. Cann, East Kennett, Marlborough, Wiltshire, concerning refusal of trustee to execute deed.  HB26/412/1749  8 June 1850

Letter from J.C. Safford, Mettingham Castle, to J. Crabtree  HB26/412/1721  10 June 1850

Contents:
Enclosing letter from R.J. Francis, Beccles, concerning debt due from James Jermyn as executor of Rev. E. Jermyn.

Letter from Read Crisp, Southwold, to J. Crabtree, Halesworth, requesting copy of account for meeting of Jermyn's creditors.  HB26/412/1722  11 June 1850

Letter from James Jermyn, Southwold, concerning execution of deed.  HB26/412/1720  13 June 1850

Letter from James Jermyn, Southwold, concerning decision to put his affairs into the hands of the Insolvent Court.  HB26/412/1729  17 March 1851

Letter from James Jermyn, Southwold, concerning threatened proceedings against him in the County Court.  HB26/412/1727  18 March 1851

Letter from Read Crisp, Beccles, to J. Crabtree, concerning meeting at Southwold.  HB26/412/1726  25 March 1851

Account of Henry Garrod with the trustees of James Jermyn.  HB26/412/1717  May 1837 to January 1844

A/C from Thomas Tippell, printer, bookseller and stationer, Halesworth, to the trustees of James Jermyn.  HB26/412/1732  April 1846 to August 1849

A/C of William Reynolds with the trustees of James Jermyn.  HB26/412/1718  January to October 1849

A/C from E. Bokenham, Swan Hotel, Southwold, to the trustees of James Jermyn.  HB26/412/1730  December 1849

A/C money received by and left due to Susan Mallows for wages.  HB26/412/1728  September 1849 to April 1850

A/C from J.B. Chaston's executors, linen and woollen drapers, Lowestoft, to the trustees of James Jermyn.  HB26/412/1731  20 March 1850

Contents:
With accompanying letter.

A/C of Clement Chevallier, Ipswich, with the trustees of James Jermyn, for port, sherry, brandy and gin.  HB26/412/1719  8 June 1850

Accounts to the trustees of James Jermyn  [no ref. or date]

From J.M. Burton Co., Ipswich and London  HB26/412/1740  1850

From B. Reeve, Wangford, March 1847  HB26/412/1741  1847-1851

Contents:
With accompanying letter, 18 March 1851

From William Atmer  HB26/412/1742  February 1850

From Read Crisp  HB26/412/1743  July 1850 to March 1851

From Walter Carson, paint manufacturer, London  HB26/412/1744  December 1850

From Rix Burton, auctioneers, Ipswich  HB26/412/1745  February 1850

From Thomas Cracknell, Halesworth.  HB26/412/1746  1842

Private Business: John Garden, Redisham.  [no ref. or date]

Rental for the Hundred of Wangford made by J. Redes  HB26/412/2074  1803

Contents:
Michaelmas

Letter from John Garden, Whitehall Place, to the Secretary, Office of Land Revenue concerning his claim to the soil of Ringsfield Common.  HB26/412/2072  11 Feb 1818

Letter from John Garden, Whitehall Place, to Robert Crabtree  HB26/412/2071  1818-1820

Contents:
Concerning his claim to the right of the soil of Ringsfield Common. 14 March 1818. With copy of letter from Office of Land Revenue concerning offer for purchase of Crown's property in Hundred of Wangford. 20 July 1820.

Copy of letter (unaddressed) concerning allotments to the Crown under the Shadingfield and Ringsfield enclosure awards.  HB26/412/2077  21 April 1818

Evidence of Francis Balls (Ilketshall) St. Andrew, farmer, and John Beamish, Holton, farmer, concerning claim of John Garden to soil of Ringsfield Common.  HB26/412/2073  No date

Letter from E.C. Sharpin, Beccles, to (John) Garden, with account of waste land in Ringsfield enclosed by the late Mr. Garden.  HB26/412/2075  11 Oct 1820

Letter from John Garden to Robert Crabtree concerning satisfaction of claim made against him by John Boyden.  HB26/412/2070  21 April 1826

Rentals of the manors of Redisham and Ilketshall Ellis with Strattons and of the Hundred of Wangford.  HB26/412/2076  1829

Letter from James King, Office of Woods, to John Garden, Esq. concerning indemnification for rents payable for the Hundred of Wangford, on account of loss of documents relating to the Hundred.  HB26/412/1874  18 Nov 1829

Memorandum of applications for free rents due to the Hundred of Wangford.  HB26/412/2078  2 Jan 1838

Letter from John Kerrich, Gildeston Hall, Chairman of Quarter Sessions, to Messrs. Crabtree and Cross, concerning claim to fines imposed at Quarter Sessions, collected from the Keeper of the House of Correction, on behalf of John Garden.  HB26/412/2079  7 Dec 1852

Copy of letter from Messrs. Cross Ram to John Kerrich concerning claim of John Garden to fines imposed within the Hundred of Wangford.  HB26/412/2080  16 Dec 1852

Letter from John Kerrich to Messrs. Crabtree Cross refusing to take any action until he has consulted his fellow Justices.  HB26/412/2082  18 Dec 1852

Letter from H.R. Reynolds, Treasury, to F. Cross, concerning John Garden's claim to fines imposed within the Hundred of Wangford under grant from Crown dated 20 April 1822.  HB26/412/2081  11 Jan 1853

Letter from H.R. Reynolds, Treasury, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross, asking whether this is first time any claim to fines has been made under grant of 1822.  HB26/412/2083  13 Jan 1853

Letter from John Garden, Redisham, concerning endorsement on his grant dated 1 May 1822.  HB26/412/2089  15 January 1853

Copy of letter from Queen's Remembrancer's Office to the Secretary of the Treasury denying that fines imposed at Quarter Sessions are included in the grant to Mr. Garden.  HB26/412/2085  31 Jan 1853

Letter from Treasury to John Kerrich requesting him to pay to sheriff fines imposed at Quarter Sessions.  HB26/412/2088  7 Feb 1853

Letter from H.R. Reynolds, Treasury, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross, informing them of contents of letter described in HB26/412/2085  HB26/412/2086  14 Feb 1853

Letter from Queen's Remembrancer's Office to Messrs. Crabtree and Cross sent with copy of their letter to the Secretary of the Treasury concerning claim to (fines imposed within the Hundred of Wangford).  HB26/412/1876  25 Feb 1853

Letter from John Garden, Redisham, to F. Cross, sent with grant of Hundred of Wangford, 1822.  HB26/412/2087  28 Feb 1853

Extract from grant of Hundred of Wangford to John Garden.  HB26/412/2092  30 April 1822

Copy of letter from Frederick Cross, Halesworth, to J. Garden concerning claim to fines imposed within the Hundred of Wangford.  HB26/412/1875  24 March 1853

Letter from John Garden, Redisham  HB26/412/2091  4 April 1853

Contents:
Concerning
a) lease, Howlet and Edwards.
b) claim to fines imposed within the Hundred of Wangford.
c) Ringsfield terrier to be returned to the custody of the parish.

Letter from John Garden, Redisham, acknowledging receipt of grant of Hundred of Wangford and papers connected with it, also terrier of Ringsfield.  HB26/412/2090  9 April 1853

Letter from John Garden, Redisham, concerning payment of fines by the gaoler of Beccles.  HB26/412/2084  2 July 1853

Private Business: Abstracts of Title and relative documents  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of title of Thomas Morse to freehold parts of estate at Cookley. 1731-1843  HB26/412/1827  c 1843

Abstract of title of Robert Haddock to two messuages or tenements and hereditaments in Cratfield. 1782-1842.  HB26/412/1557  c 1842

Continuation of abstract of title to messuages and hereditaments at Cratfield. 1842-1875.  HB26/412/1558  c 1875

Abstract of title of Sidney Smith to copyhold estate held of the manor of Halesworth. 1770-1837.  HB26/412/1560  c 1837

Abstract of title of Francis Skoulding to copyhold of manor of Heveningham. 1705-1831.  HB26/412/1849  c 1831

Abstract of title of Francis Skoulding to estate at Heveningham. 1758-1827.  HB26/412/1850  c 1827

Abstract of title of Edward Middlecott to copyholds of the manor of Heveningham. 1705-1812.  HB26/412/1835  c 1812

Abstract of title of Edward Middlecott to copyholds of the manor of Heveningham. 1760-1812.  HB26/412/1834  c 1812

Abstract of title of devisees of Edward John Middlecott to estate at Heveningham. 1758-1825.  HB26/412/1833  c 1825

Abstract of title of devisees of Edward John Middlecott to estate at Heveningham. 1758-1825.  HB26/412/1836  c 1825-1827

Contents:
With opinion of W.D. Bayly, Lincolns Inn, thereon. 27 Feb. 1827.

Continuation of abstract of title of late William Nichols to freehold premises at Holton. 1768-1825.  HB26/412/1528  c 1825

Abstract of title of Rev. Benjamin Philpot to cottages and land at Huntingfield. 1754-1841.  HB26/412/1562  c 1891

Copy of the will of Martha Philpot, Walpole, widow.  HB26/412/1563  18 Mar 1835

Abstract of title of Thomas Sewell to copyhold estate at Kelsale purchased of Miss Bigsby. 1720-1812.  HB26/412/1524  c 1812

Abstract of title of late Miss Harriet Bigsby deceased to one third part of lands and tenements, copyhold of the manor of Kelsale. 1720-1811.  HB26/412/1522  c 1811

Abstract of title of Thomas Sewell to messuage and land, copyhold of manor of Kelsale, purchased of John Lay. 1724-1810.  HB26/412/1547  c 1810

Second copy of abstract of title referred to in MB26/412/1547  HB26/412/1548  c 1810

Abstract of title of Thomas Sewell to lands and tenements copyhold of the manor of Kelsale purchased by James Sewell of Richard Mott. 1761-1803.  HB26/412/1546  c 1803

Plan of lands in Kelsale, the property of Thomas Sewell; Surveyed by John Bransby.  HB26/412/1689  1820

Abstract of title of Charles Streynsham Collinson to lands called Smoke Hole lands in Leiston and Knodishall held of the manor of Leiston. 1745-1816.  HB26/412/1545  c 1816

Abstract of title to freehold estate at Leiston. 1763-1802.  HB26/412/1525  c 1802-1811

Contents:
With opinion of Francis Turner, Middle Temple, thereon. 13 April 1811.

Abstract of title of the executors of James Chambers to a freehold estate in Little Linstead. 1749-1827.  HB26/412/1601  c 1827

Abstract of title of William Cutts to a freehold estate at Linstead Parva. 1749-1835.  HB26/412/1602  c 1835

Draft continuation of abstract of title to certain lands and tenements held by copy of court roll of the manor of Mettingham Castle with Bungay Soca, lately belonging to George Stone.  HB26/412/1625  1857

Abstract of title of William Copland to estate at Middleton with Fordley. 1670-1777.  HB26/412/1787  c 1777

Abstract of title of Nathaniel Willson to messuage and land, copyhold of the manor of Kelsale. 1763-1824.  HB26/412/1796  c 1824

Supplemental abstract of title of Nathaniel Willson to freehold part of estate in Middleton with Fordley and Darsham. 1814-24.  HB26/412/1794  c 1824

Additional abstract of title of Nathaniel Willson to estate at Middleton and Darsham. 1829-33.  HB26/412/1789  c 1833

Abstract of title of Nathaniel Willson to copyhold lands and tenements of the manor of Yoxford with the members. 1732-1814.  HB26/412/1797  c 1814

Abstract of title of John Reeve to freehold part of estate at Middleton with Fordley purchased by John Woods. 1767-1836.  HB26/412/1795  c 1836

Abstract of title to the advowson of Ringsfield with Redisham. 1776-1855.  HB26/412/1561  c 1855

Draft abstract of title of Thomas Fox to copyholds of the manor of Reydon. 1727-1806.  HB26/412/1755  c 1806

Abstract of title of Rev. John Holmes to estate called Spexhall Hall. 1753-1831.  HB26/412/1698  c 1831

Abstract of title of Frederick William Farr to the Swan at Wangford. 1785-1852.  HB26/412/1817  c 1852

Abstract of title of John Garnham Syer to freehold estate at Weybread and Fressingfield, comprising farmhouse, outbuildings and land. 1791-1870.  HB26/412/1564  c 1870

Abstract of title of Robert Aldred to freehold parts of estate in Wissett. 1753-1844.  HB26/412/1662  c 1844

Abstract of title of J.G. Lenny to freehold parts of estate at Wrentham. 1799-1853.  HB26/412/1556  c 1853

Additional abstract of title of John Cutts to manor of Battleswick, East Donyland, Essex. 1820-25.  HB26/412/1803  c 1825

Abstract of title of John Cutts to manor of Great Henny, Essex. 1742-1837.  HB26/412/1804  c 1837

Abstract of title of Edward Gilbert, Esq., to marsh lands at Chedgrave, Norfolk. 1772-1855.  HB26/412/1766  c 1855

Abstract of title of Nathaniel Micklethwait to estates in Hickling and other parishes in Norfolk. 1782-1809.  HB26/412/1660  c 1809

Abstract of settlement, by way of lease and release, on marriage between Nathaniel Micklethwait and Sarah Branthwayt.  HB26/412/1659  10 11 Sept. 1782

Abstract of title to estate at Loddon, Norfolk. 1695-1812.  HB26/412/1590  c 1812

Abstract of title to land in Loddon, Norfolk, lately belonging to Guyton Jollye, deceased, lying next to Stubb's Green. 1724-1819.  HB26/412/1378  c 1819

Private Business: Particulars for Sale and relative documents  [no ref. or date]

Particulars and conditions of sale, with plans, of Alderton Hall Estate, a tower windmill in St. Margaret's, Ipswich, and one-third of the New Assembly Rooms in St. Margaret's, Ipswich, to be sold by Robert Garrod at the Great White Horse, Ipswich.  HB26/412/1855  21 Aug 1838

2 copies

Particulars and conditions of sale of Beccles Brewery, malt office and residence with 32 public houses, including the King's Head, Beccles  HB26/412/1816  28 April 1852

Contents:
14 of the public houses being in Beccles, the rest in Halesworth, Bungay, North Cove, Barnby, Carlton, Kessingland, Wangford, Henstead, Westhall, Ringsfield, St. Andrew Ilketshall, St. Peter Southelmham, Haddiscoe, Aldeby and Loddon: to be sold by B. Rix at the King's Head, Beccles: by direction of Frederick William Farr. No plans

Particulars and conditions of sale of mercantile concern in the corn, coal, lime, whiting and timber trades, shares of vessels, lighters, etc., mansion house, land, crops of corn, etc., growing thereon, dwelling houses, wheelwrights' and blacksmiths' shops at Dunningworth and Benhall to be sold by auction by order of assignees of Henry Luffe, a bankrupt, by John Kemp at the Plough and Sail, Dunningworth.  HB26/412/1542  22 July 1817

Particulars and conditions of sale of freehold properties at Brandeston and Earl Soham, the property of the late John Abbott, deceased, to be sold by C.H. Read at the Queen's Head, Brandeston.  HB26/412/1686  27 May 1852

Contents:
No plan

Particulars and conditions of sale, with plan, of Rose Cottage, with garden, at Cookley, and land, dwelling house, gardens and post wind mill at Walpole: to be sold by George P. Freeman at the Angel, Halesworth.  HB26/412/1822  27 July 1867

Particulars and conditions of sale of farms and lands in Cookley, Peasenhall, Badingham, Framlingham and Saxted: to be sold by H. J. Read at the Crown Hotel, Framlingham.  HB26/412/1848  18 June 1870

Particulars and conditions of sale with plan of small estate at Cookley to be sold by Lenny Smith at the King's Arms Inn, Halesworth.  HB26/412/1821  12 July 1875

Particulars, plans and conditions of sale of 2 farms, with farm houses, cottages and buildings in Cratfield and Wissett to be sold by Messrs. Lenny, Smith and Flick at the Tuns Inn, Halesworth, by direction of surviving executor of Adolphus Stanford.  HB26/412/1800  26 June 1879

Plan of estate at Darsham and Westleton (from particulars for sale)  HB26/412/1829  1876

Particulars and conditions of sale, with plan, of 2 small estates in Dennington and Framlingham, to be sold by B. Moulton at the Crown Inn, Framlingham.  HB26/412/1846  19 April 1862

Particulars and conditions of sale of small estate at Dennington to be sold by Moore and Garrard at the Crown Hotel, Framlingham.  HB26/412/1851  14 June 1862

Contents:
No plan.

Plan, particulars and conditions of sale of Gostlings Hall Estate, Debenham, to be sold by auction by Messrs. Lenny and Smith at the Great White Horse, Ipswich.  HB26/412/1555  10 Aug 1880

Abstract of title to freehold portions of estate at Debenham called Gostlings Hall. 1699-1868.  HB26/412/1551  c 1868

Abstract of title to portions of estate at Debenham called Gostlings Hall, being copyhold of the manor of Debenham Butley. 1786-1868.  HB26/412/1553  c 1868

Continuation of abstract of title of Thomas Fenn Bryant to estate at Debenham called Gostlings Hall.  HB26/412/1554  1868

Particulars and conditions of sale of the Hare and Hounds with a cottage adjoining at Framlingham: to be sold by Thomas W. Baldwin on the premises.  HB26/412/1810  24 Dec 1851

Contents:
No plan.

Lease of Hare and Hounds Inn and premises at Framlingham: Samuel Gayfer, Walberswick, merchant, and brewer, to Henry Bloomfield, Framlingham, innkeeper, and horsedealer.  HB26/412/1805  27 April 1852

Particulars and conditions of sale of residence, post windmill and 2 pieces of pasture land at Framlingham: to be sold by auction by Girling Son, by direction of the trustees of Philip Aldrich at the Crown Anchor, Framlingham.  HB26/412/1383  7 April 1837

Abstract of title of trustees of Philip Aldrich to messuage, windmill and hereditaments in Framlingham. 1714-1801.  HB26/412/1380  c 1801

Tracing of plan of estate in Framlingham, the property of Mr. Aldrich.  HB26/412/1382  No date

Draft release of messuage, windmill and premises at Framlingham: Henry Ashford and others to Samuel Woods.  HB26/412/1388  13 Oct 1837

Report and estimate on Mr. Samuel Woods' property at Framlingham, comprising 2 windmills, a house and outbuildings: prepared by Charles Lenny, Wissett, for Crabtree and Cross.  HB26/412/1381  22 July 1851

Particulars and conditions of sale of windmill, residence and premises in Framlingham, to be sold by auction by Howlett and Lenny at the Crown and Anchor, Framlingham.  HB26/412/1379  17 July 1852

2 copies

Schedule of deeds of a messuage, windmill and premises at Framlingham.  HB26/412/1385  1852

Particulars and conditions of sale of wind and steam corn mills, residence, stable, sheds and premises, with a large paddock on Mount Pleasant, Framlingham, to be sold by auction by Moore, Garrard Son, at the Crown Hotel, Framlingham.  HB26/412/1386  30 July 1887

Contents:
No plan.

A/C as to sale of Reuben Whitehead's mill and receipt of rents.  HB26/412/1384  1887

Particulars and conditions of sale of several pieces of arable, meadow and pasture land, cottages, etc. in Halesworth, Holton and Mellis, belonging to the parish of Halesworth, to be let by auction by John Davy at the Angel, Halesworth.  HB26/412/1621  25 May 1840

2 copies

Contents:
No plan.

Particulars and conditions of sale of small residence at Halesworth to be sold by Howlett Lenny at the Angel Inn, Halesworth.  HB26/412/1808  16 April 1847

Contents:
No plan.

Conditions for sale of messuage and appurtenances in Bridge Street, Halesworth, in the occupation of Seaman Garrard, surgeon. Purchased by Benjamin William Botham.  HB26/412/1622  8 July 1854

Particulars and conditions of sale of freehold messuage and several small cottages at Halesworth to be sold by auction by Howlett Lenny at the Angel Inn, Halesworth.  HB26/412/1527  24 Aug 1855

Particulars and conditions of sale of business premises and residences at Halesworth to be sold by auction by George P. Freeman at the Angel Inn, Halesworth.  HB26/412/1387  23 June 1856

Contents:
No plan.

Particulars and conditions of sale of messuages, beer house, brewery and malthouse in Halesworth and public house called the 'Duke' in Holton to be sold by auction by Howlett Lenny at the Angel, Halesworth.  HB26/412/1565  13 November 1857

Contents:
No plan.

Particulars and conditions of sale of family residence, several messuages, cottages and pasture ground at Halesworth, the Crown Inn at Southwold, a messuage and shop and a malt office at Rumburgh, a piece of meadow land at Earsham, Norfolk, and gas shares in the Halesworth and Southwold Companies: to be sold by Charles Lenny at the Tuns Inn, Halesworth, by direction of executors of Thomas Cracknell.  HB26/412/1798  19 July 1856

Particulars and conditions of sale of public house called the 'Duke' and land at Holton to be sold by auction by J. Howlett at the White Hart, Halesworth.  HB26/412/1534  27 Jan 1840

Contents:
No plan.

Particulars and conditions of sale of several cottages, trade premises and other properties in Holton to be sold by auction by Howlett and Lenny at the Hawk Inn, Halesworth.  HB26/412/1573  17 May 1854

Particulars and conditions of sale of cottages, trade premises and other properties in Holton, to be sold by Howlett and Lenny at the Hawk Inn, Halesworth.  HB26/412/1690  30 Dec 1854

Particulars and conditions of sale of dwelling house, farm buildings and arable and pasture land in Horham and Stradbroke to be sold by auction by Robert Garrod at the Queen's Head, Stradbroke.  HB26/412/1549  10 July 1849

Contents:
No plan.

Particulars and conditions of sale of presentation to consolidated rectories of Huntingfield and Cookley, great and small tithes of the 2 parishes and parsonage house at Huntingfield: presentation to the vicarage of Ubbeston, with the great tithes: presentation to consolidated vicarages of Lexfield and Cratfield with small tithes, and some great tithes: to be sold by Girling Son at the Auction Mart, London.  HB26/412/1847  20 May 1836

Plans, particulars and conditions of sale of 2 small farms at Huntingfield to be sold by Lenny Smith at the Angel Inn, Halesworth.  HB26/412/1852  26 July 1870

Particulars and conditions of sale at estate at Kelsale to be sold by Mr. Cana at the Bell Inn, Saxmundham.  HB26/412/1695  19 May 1831

2 copies

1 copy in 2 fragments.

Contents:
No plan.

Particulars and conditions of sale of estate at Kelsale and Leiston to be sold by Girling and Son at the Tuns Inn, Yoxford.  HB26/412/1692 1801  21 June 1837

3 copies

Contents:
No plan.

Rough plan of lands in Kelsale, Leiston and Knoddishall.  HB26/412/1691  No date

Particulars and conditions of sale of sale of farm, villa and residence and six common rights at Kelsale, Leiston and Knoddishall to be sold by Robert Garrod at the Bell Inn, Saxmundham.  HB26/412/1802  25 May 1848

Contents:
No plan.

Particulars and conditions of sale of estate comprising farm with capital mansion and land, a residence, small farm and land, in Kessingland: to be sold by H. J. Read, at the Suffolk Hotel, Lowestoft.  HB26/412/1697  27 Aug 1885

Contents:
No plan.

Particulars and conditions of sale  HB26/412/1657  22 23 Sept. 1820

Contents:
Of the manors of Knodishall, Dunstalls, Rishangles, Wortham, Fleedhall, Stradishall, advowsons of the rectories of Knodishall, Blakenham, Gosbeck and Rishangles, and farms and lands in Knodishall, Blakenham, Gosbeck, Trimley St. Mary, Trimley St. Martin, Haslewood, Friston, Aldeburgh, Buxlow, Bramford, Somersham, Ashbocking, Saxmundham, Sternfield, Benhall, Rishangles, Thorndon, Aspall, Wetheringsett, Occold, Little Stonham, Earl Stonham, Mendlesham, Bedingfield and Stradishall; all late the property of John Vernon, Wherstead Hall, to be sold at the Great White Horse, Ipswich, by Order of Court of Chancery.
No plans.

Particulars and conditions of sale of small estate at Laxfield to be sold by auction by Jonathan Howlett at the General Wolfe, Laxfield.  HB26/412/1571  3 May 1841

Contents:
No plan.

Particulars and conditions of sale of small estate at Laxfield to be sold by Girling and White at the Tuns Inn, Yoxford.  HB26/412/1812  20 July 1863

Contents:
No plan.

Particulars and conditions of sale of farm at Laxfield and cottages in Brundish and Wilby for sale by Moore and Garrard at the General Wolfe, Laxfield.  HB26/412/1791  16 July 1883

3 copies

Contents:
No plan.

Particulars and conditions of sale of estate at Middleton with Fordley and Theberton to be sold by auction by Girling Son at the Tuns, Yoxford.  HB26/412/1656  22 July 1846


Related information: See also HB26/412/1658

Contents:
MS. No plan.

Particulars and conditions of sale, with plan, of farm house, buildings and land at Middleton, Fordley and Theberton to be sold by Girling Son at the Tuns, Yoxford.  HB26/412/1658  22 July 1846

Particulars and conditions of sale of estate in Monk Soham and Bedfield to be sold by Robert Garrod at the Cherry Tree Inn, Debenham.  HB26/412/1814  27 Sept 1850

Contents:
No plan.

Particulars and conditions of sale, with plan of 2 farms and accommodation land in Monk Soham and Worlingworth: to be sold by Moore Garrard at the Crown Hotel, Framlingham.  HB26/412/1813  15 Aug 1863

Particulars and conditions of sale of freehold and copyhold estate at Oulton to be sold by Samuel Haward at the Crown Inn, Lowestoft.  HB26/412/1792  19 July 1837

Contents:
No plan.

Particulars and conditions of sale of estates of late Joseph Chapman in Oulton, for sale by Lenny and Smith at the Crown Hotel, Lewestoft.  HB26/412/1811  10 July 1882

Contents:
No plan.

Particulars and conditions of sale of several small estates at Rumburgh and Wissett to be sold by auction by Jonathan Howlett at the Tuns Inn, Bungay.  HB26/412/1550  21 May 1840

Particulars and conditions of sale of the Volunteer Inn with cottage and land at Saxted to be sold by H. Preston on the premises.  HB26/412/1809  5 June 1851

Contents:
No plan.

Abstract of title of William Webber to the Volunteer Inn, with land and hereditaments at Saxted. 1721-1851.  HB26/412/1818  c 1857

Abstract of title of trustees under will of William Webber to piece of freehold land called the Volunteer Plough at Saxted. 1721-1854.  HB26/412/1819  c 1854

Lease for 7 years of the Volunteer Inn, Saxtead  HB26/412/1786  27 April 1852

Contents:
Samuel Gayfer, Walberswick, merchant and brewer, to John Bloomfield, Saxted, innkeeper, and Henry Bloomfield, Framlingham, innkeeper and horsedealer.

Particulars and conditions of sale, with plan  HB26/412/1785  26 June 1854

Contents:
Residence and land, several small farms, grocer's and draper's shop and various cottage property in Saxted and Earl Soham: to be sold by H. Preston at the Volunteer Inn, Saxted.

Particulars, plans and conditions of sale of freehold estates in St. James Southelmham and Laxfield and of several plots of land in Gillingham, Norfolk, to be sold by auction by B. Rix at the King's Head, Beccles: by direction of the executors of the will of Rev. John Lewis, deceased.  HB26/412/1623  30 July 1855

Particulars and conditions of sale of small farm at Sotherton to be sold by Freeman and Riches at the Angel, Halesworth.  HB26/412/1760  19 July 1853

Contents:
With some relevant papers.

Particulars and conditions of sale of post windmill called the Black Mill, with house, cottage and other buildings at Southwold to be sold by auction by Goff Son at the Old Swan Hotel, Southwold.  HB26/412/1600  9 June 1853

Ground plan of land, cottages, mill, etc. at Southwold, late the property of Joseph Berry Edwards.  HB26/412/1598  30 January 1841

Ground plan of piece of land in front of Great Mill Cottages hired by Read Crisp from the Corporation of Southwold.  HB26/412/1599  18 Oct 1849

Memorandum of agreement between Mary Ann Sowter and Jemina Sowter, Sotherton, and John Johnson Goff, Southwold, miller, for hire of round house, windmill, granaries, etc., cottage and other buildings belonging in Southwold (Black Mill).  HB26/412/1762  3 May 1853

Particulars and conditions of sale of Southwold Brewery, maltings, 3 public houses, cottages and land at Southwold, Wangford, Framlingham and Saxted: to be sold by G.P. Freeman at the Griffin Inn, Yoxford.  HB26/412/1784  21 June 1855

Contents:
No plan.

Particulars and conditions of sale with plan of Spexhall Hall Estate.  HB26/412/1793  23 June 1854

3 copies

Contents:
Comprising farm house and premises, arable, pasture and meadow land in Spexhall and Wissett, together with dwelling house in 2 tenements and allotment of arable land in Rumburgh to be sold by Howlett and Lenny at the Angel Inn, Halesworth, by direction of executors of James Garrould.

Particulars and conditions of sale, with plans, of 5 farms, 3 cottages and arable and pasture land in Stradbroke, Laxfield, Cratfield, Earl Stonham, Wenhaston and Westhall to be sold by Howlett and Lenny at the Angel Inn, Halesworth, by direction of executors of Henry Read, Beccles, deceased.  HB26/412/1815  20 June 1855

Particulars and conditions of sale of the White House, in 3 tenements, with gardens and land in Stratford St. Andrew, to be sold by auction by Girling Son at the George, Farnham.  HB26/412/1589  23 June 1848

Contents:
No plan.

Particulars of freehold and copyhold estates in Uggeshall and Stoven comprising farm in Uggeshall, farm in Stoven, with villa residence at Dedham, Essex, and share in Consolidated and United Mines at Gwenap, near Redruth, Cornwall.  HB26/412/1584  27 May 1836

Contents:
No plan.

Particulars and conditions of sale, with plan, of small, compact farm and detached lands in Uggeshall and Wangford to be sold by auction by Mr. Spelman at the Angel, Halesworth.  HB26/412/1575  4 Nov 1845

Particulars and conditions of sale of freehold cottages at Wangford to be sold by George P. Freeman at the Buck Inn, Uggeshall.  HB26/412/1687  22 June 1855

Particulars and conditions of sale of several messuages, cottages and lands in Wenhaston to be sold by auction by Girling Sons at the King's Arms, Halesworth.  HB26/412/1567  3 Feb 1851

Contents:
No plan.

Particulars and conditions of sale of dwelling house, carpenter's shop and premises at Wenhaston to be sold by auction by Girling and White at the Compasses, Wenhaston.  HB26/412/1566  18 May 1857

5 copies

Particulars and conditions of sale, with plan, estate and manor of Westleton Grange, adjacent Fen Street Estate with windmill, tenements and accommodation land: for sale at the Auction Mart.  HB26/412/1788  29 July 1852

2 copies

Particulars and conditions of sale, with plan, of Weybread and Fressingfield Estate, comprising 2 farms, to be sold by auction by Howlett Lenny at the Magpie, Harleston.  HB26/412/1588  11 July 1855

Cover and print from particulars and conditions of sale of residence 2 messuages, agricultural homesteads, arable and pasture land in Weybread and Fressingfield to be sold by auction by Lenny Smith at the Great White Horse, Ipswich.  HB26/412/1587  24 May 1867

Particulars, plans, and conditions of sale of estates of late George Chase  HB26/412/1626  29 June 1887

Contents:
Comprising 500 acres of land with houses and farm buildings, cottages, windmills and brick-kilns in Weybread, Fressingfield, Syleham and Linstead, water and steam flour mills, houses and land in Mendham, Broome Place and cottages and shop and Pulham, Norfolk, to be sold by auction by Geo. Durrant Sons at the Magpie, Harleston.

Particulars, plan and conditions of sale of estate at Weybread and Fressingfield, being portion of the real estates of the late George Chase, for sale by George Durrant Sons at the Magpie Hotel, Harleston.  HB26/412/1768  29 June 1887

Particulars and conditions of sale, with plan, of small estate at Wilby and of residence at Laxfield to be sold by Girling White at the Crown Hotel, Framlingham.  HB26/412/1765  24 June 1871

Particulars and conditions of sale, with plan, of Hill House Estate, Wrentham, to be sold by Thomas Green at the Mart opposite the Bank of England.  HB26/412/1693  13 March 1850

Particulars and conditions of sale of residence with pleasure grounds and land (Hill House Estate) in Wrentham to be sold by Howlett and Lenny at the Eagle Inn, Wrentham.  HB26/412/1694  13 May 1853

Contents:
No plan.

Particulars and conditions of sale, with plan, of Hill House, Wrentham, with gardens, pleasure grounds and paddocks for sale at the Mart, by the Bank of England.  HB26/412/1688  23 June 1863

Particulars and conditions of sale of freehold land at Yoxford to be sold by Girling Son at the Tuns Inn, Yoxford.  HB26/412/1757  3 May 1844

Particulars and conditions of sale, with plan, of arable and meadow land in Yoxford to be sold by auction by Girling and White at the Tuns Inn, Yoxford.  HB26/412/1531  25 June 1855

2 copies

Tracing of plan of lands in Yoxford for sale.  HB26/412/1530  25 June 1855

Particulars and plan of the Rookery Estate, Yoxford, comprising house, park and 4 farms, to be sold by Messrs. Driver Co., at the Auction Mart, Lothbury, London.  HB26/412/1665  9 July 1884

Particulars and conditions of sale, with plan, of the Rookery Estate, Yoxford, to be sold by auction by Flick Son, Saxmundham.  HB26/412/1666  9 July 1888

Book of reference to plan of the Rookery, Yoxford.  HB26/412/1664  No date

Printed notice advertising lease of the Rookery, Yoxford.  HB26/412/1663  No date

Particulars and conditions of sale of small estate comprising residence, stable and offices, garden, orchard and 3 pieces of arable land in Brooke, Norfolk, to be sold by Messrs. Butcher at the King's Head Inn, Brooke.  HB26/412/1761  24 March 1870

Contents:
No plan. With some relevant papers.

Plan, particulars and conditions of sale of 2 farms, with dwelling houses, homesteads, several cottages and arable, pasture and woodland in Kirby Cane, Hales, Stockton and Geldeston, Norfolk, to be sold by auction by Messrs. Lenny Smith at the Royal Hotel, Norwich.  HB26/412/1559  16 May 1874

Plans, particulars and conditions of sale of 2 farms lying adjacent in Loddon, Norfolk, and of a tract of grazing marshes at Chedgrave, and a separate marsh at Norton, for sale by Lenny Smith, at the Royal Hotel, Norwich.  HB26/412/1606  17 June 1871

Particulars and conditions of sale, with plan, of farm, arable, meadow and marsh land in Martham and Potter Heigham, Norfolk, to be sold by auction by W.D. Pettingill at the White Horse, Great Yarmouth.  HB26/412/1535  29 Sept 1852

Particulars and conditions of sale, with plan, of estate comprising farmhouse, labourer's cottages and land at Martham, Norfolk, to be sold by Charles Lenny at the White Horse, Great Yarmouth.  HB26/412/1696  31 July 1861

Plans, particulars and conditions of sale of Broome Place, 4 farms, a market garden, several cottages, arable, pasture, marsh and woodland in Stockton, Broome, Geldeston and Gillingham, Norfolk: also the advowson of Stockton: to be sold by auction by Messrs. Lenny Smith at the Royal Hotel, Norwich.  HB26/412/1529  16 May 1874

Particulars and conditions of sale of the Wittingham Hall Estate, Norfolk, comprising 5 farms, sundry cottages and allotments, the manor of Wittingham with Wakelyns and the rectorial tythes of the parish: to be sold at Garraway's Coffee House, Cornhill, London.  HB26/412/1828  27 Aug 1856 No date

Particulars and conditions of sale, with plan of Elm Place Estate, close to Aldershot, Surrey, 2 cottages in Aldershot and a piece of hopland in Farnham, Surrey, 2 cottages in Aldershot and a piece of hopland in Farnham, Surrey: to be sold by Messrs. Nash Son at the Bush, Farnham.  HB26/412/1683  11 May 1887

Private Business: Miscellaneous Conveyances and the like  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
a) General and unidentified
b) Alderton Rectory
c) Bedfield (Adams Nesling)
d) Cookley
e) Dennington (Rose and Brown)
f) Halesworth (Jarmy)
g) Ipswich (Merry Stevens)
h) Kelsale
i) Laxfield
j) Leiston
k) Mettingham
l) Middleton
m) Southwold (schooner 'Norfolk')
n) Spexhall (Drewell and Reynolds)
o) Walberswick (Chapman, Borrett, Blois)
p) Walpole
q) Westleton
r) Weybread (Tyrwhitt-Drake)
s) Wilby (glebe and tithes)
t) Yoxford
u) Norfolk
v) Lancashire

General and unidentified  [no ref. or date]

Copy of settlement on intended marriage between Rev. John Bedingfield Collyer and Miss Catherine Alexander.  HB26/412/1356  20 Feb 1800

Schedule of deeds relating to the Reeves Trust in the hands of Sewell, Blake Co.  HB26/412/1361  15 Dec 1836

Plan of lands (late Reeve's).  HB26/412/1799  No date

Contents:
Location not stated.

Letter from John Brightwell, Great Yarmouth, to Robert Crabtree, as co-executor, requesting him to prepare case for submission to Mr. Pemberton, for his opinion thereon.  HB26/412/1450  28 March 1840

Letter from John Brightwell, Norwich, to Robert Crabtree, sent with letter from Stamp Office concerning duty payable on annuity under will of (----) Phelps.  HB26/412/1449  1 April 1840

Alderton Rectory  [no ref. or date]

Pland and lands claimed by Rev. Charles Goodwyn Archer as belonging to the rectory of Alderton. Benjamin Moulton, Woodbridge, surveyor.  HB26/412/1837  1859

Plan of estate belonging to the Rectory of Alderton.  HB26/412/1840  1859

Bedfield Adams and Nesling  [no ref. or date]

Plan of estate at Bedfield and Monk Soham, late the property of T. Adams, deceased. II. Preston, Brondeston, surveyor.  HB26/412/1882  1830

Draft conveyance of estate at Bedfield and Monk Soham: Henry Adams Cupper and another, trustees of Joseph Adams, deceased, to Robert Nesling.  HB26/412/1962  6 May 1847

Letter from C. Clubbe, Framlingham, to Messrs. Crabtree and Cross concerning completion of purchase: Adams' Trustees Nesling.  HB26/412/2093  7 May 1847

Draft conditional surrender of copyhold property, manor of Bedfield: Robert Nesling and his wife to Henry Clarke and another.  HB26/412/1881  10 May 1847

Draft reconveyance of Home Farm in Bedfield and Monk Soham: Jonathan Howlett to Mrs. Louisa Nesling, widow, and others.  HB26/412/1879  16 Nov 1875

Draft acknowledgement of satisfaction on conditional surrender by Robert Nesling and his wife of copyhold property of manor of Bedfield to use of J. Howlett.  HB26/412/1880  16 Nov 1875

Draft declaration concerning farm and lands at Bedfield and Monk Soham formerly in the occupation of Joseph Adams, Worlingworth, deceased.  HB26/412/1878  No date

Cookley  [no ref. or date]

Draft conveyance of freehold and covenant to surrender copyhold parts of estate at Cookley: George Sowerby and others to R.C. Rowley and John Crabtree.  HB26/412/1877  12 Nov 1845

Dennington (Rose and Brown)  [no ref. or date]

Letter from John Read to Messrs. Crabtree Cross sent with observations on Rose's title.  HB26/412/1975  8 June 1854

Requisitions on title with answers thereto: conveyance Rose to Brown (John Read, purchaser's solicitor; Crabtree Cross sent with draft conveyance, Rose to Brown, and proposed declaration of payment of debts.  HB26/412/1972  9 June 1854

Letter from John Read to Messrs. Crabtree Cross sent with draft conveyance, Rose to Brown, and proposed declaration of payment of debts.  HB26/412/1974  14 June 1854

Letter from John Read, Halesworth, to Messrs, Crabtree Cross sent with draft conveyance, Rose to Brown.  HB26/412/1973  3 July 1854

Letter from Southwell Co., Saxmundham, to Messrs. Crabtree and Cross sending abstract of John Brown's title to farm at Dennington.  HB26/412/1845  10 July 1862

Halesworth (Jarmy)  [no ref. or date]

Agreement between Thomas Bennett, Bury St. Edmunds, woolcomber, and William Jarmy, Halesworth, housepainter, for sale of cottage, stableyard and outhouses in Halesworth.  HB26/412/1684  22 Oct 1802

Agreement between Sarah Roy, 2 Vinegar Yard, Drury Lane, and John Salter Lincoln, Lowestoft, grocer, for the sale of copyhold lands, tenements and hereditaments with the appurtenances, late the estate of William Jarmy, Vinegar Yard, painter and glazier, deceased, devised by his will to Sarah Roy.  HB26/412/1685  25 Feb 1829

Ipswich (Merry and Stevens)  [no ref. or date]

Letter from P.B. Long, Ipswich, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross sending abstract of title to property at Major's Corner, Ipswich, purchased by Stevens.  HB26/412/1984  17 April 1854

Letter, P.H. Long, Ipswich, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross, sending replies to observations on title: conveyance Merry to Stevens.  HB26/412/1983  11 May 1854

Observations on title, with replies thereto: conveyance Merry and another to Stevens: Peter P. Long, vendor's solicitor, Ipswich.  HB26/412/1976  11 May 1854

Letter, P.H. Long, Ipswich, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross, returning draft conveyance: Diaper to Stevens.  HB26/412/1982  1 June 1854

Letter, P.H. Long, Ipswich, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross, concerning conveyance: Diaper and another to Stevens.  HB26/412/1981  10 June 1854

Copy of endorsement made on Bacon Co.'s mortgage concerning conveyance of property in St. Margaret's parish (Ipswich?) to William Stevens of Halesworth.  HB26/412/1979  27 June 1854

Letter from P.B. Long, Ipswich, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross concerning obtaining of various signatures and the registration of Mrs. Merry's will.  HB26/412/1980  20 July 1854

Letter from Peter B. Long, Ipswich, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross, concerning completion of conveyance to Stevens.  HB26/412/1978  1 Aug 1854

A/C of purchase money and interest: conveyance, Merry and others to Stevens.  HB26/412/1977  No date

Kelsale  [no ref. or date]

Schedule of writings and title deeds relating to an estate at Kelsale and adjoining parishes belonging to Mrs. Mary Garrod and others, in the hands of Rev. Thomas Scott and Samuel Howlett, as mortgagees of the estate. 1780-1832.  HB26/412/1523  c 1832

Laxfield  [no ref. or date]

Plan of estate at Laxfield, the property of John Grinling; surveyed by J. Goodwin.  HB26/412/1544  April 1819

Abstract of mortgage of farms and lands in Laxfield: Jeptha Smith to Andrew Johnston.  HB26/412/1769  7 May 1851

Leiston  [no ref. or date]

Inventory of furniture at the Cupola House, Leiston.  HB26/412/1826  1841

Mettingham  [no ref. or date]

Map of estate in Mettingham belonging to Robert Stone.  HB26/412/1389  1835

Continuation of abstract of title of Mrs. Esther Bezant to estate at Mettingham.  HB26/412/1363  1860

Tracing of map of estate at Mettingham lately belonging to John Cooper, deceased.  HB26/412/1364  Undated

(In fragments).

Middleton  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of title of John Vernon to manor of Middleton Austins and to barn and lands in Middleton with Fordley. 1733-1797.  HB26/412/1790  c 1797

Southwold  [no ref. or date]

Copy of bill of sale of 8/64ths of the schooner 'Norfolk' of Southwold: Mrs. Mary Ann Soans, Southwold, widow, to John Soans, Southwold, master mariner.  HB26/412/1552  19 April 1848

Spexhall (Drewell and Reynolds)  [no ref. or date]

Letter from Sharplin Swatman, Becoles, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross returning draft conveyance: Drewell to Reynolds.  HB26/412/1986  2 Jan 1854

Draft conveyance of freehold land at Spexhall: Samuel Drewell, Beccles, turnkey, to David Reynolds, Spexhall, innkeeper.  HB26/412/2069  8 Jan 1854

Letter from Sharplin Swatman, Beccles, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross sending engrossment of conveyance, Drewell to Reynolds.  HB26/412/1985  12 Jan 1854

Walberswick (Chapman, Borrett, Blois)  [no ref. or date]

Schedule of title deeds relating to estate at Walberswick belonging to Wm. Chapman in mortgage to Samuel Kett to secure £150 and interest. 1761-1815  HB26/412/1597  c 1815

Plan of estate at Walberswick, late the property of William Chapman.  HB26/412/1596  No date

Abstract of title of Charles Chapman, John Chapman and Louisa English to messuage, lands and tenements, copyhold of the manor of Blythburgh with Walberswick.  HB26/412/1366  1840

Particulars and conditions of sale of estate in Walberswick to be sold by auction by Messrs. Fulcher Maggs at the Swan Hotel, Southwold.  HB26/412/1365  4 June 1840

Contents:
No plan.

Copy of appointment of freehold and covenant to surrender copyhold hereditaments in Walberswick and grant of rent charge: William Borrett to Sir Charles Blois.  HB26/412/1368  25 Oct 1845

Tracing of plan of William Borrett's estate at Walberswick.  HB26/412/1624  No date

Abstract of title of Sir Charles Blois and Col. Charles Blois to 2 pieces of land at Walberswick called the Skirts and Mill Field.  HB26/412/1375  1845

Abstract of title of Sir Charles Blois to piece of land called Hog Fen Marsh in Walberswick, copyhold of the manor of Blythburgh with Walberswick.  HB26/412/1367  1846

Walpole  [no ref. or date]

Certificate of contract for redemption of Land Tax on messuage, buildings, farm and lands in Walpole: Charles Howard, Flixton, farmer.  HB26/412/1842  26 Dec 1799

Contents:
With a few relative papers.

Westleton  [no ref. or date]

Reference book to map or plan of the parish of Westleton.  HB26/412/1613  Undated

Weybread (Tyrwhitt-Drake)  [no ref. or date]

Map of an estate, the property of Robert Lee in Weybread and Fressingfield, surveyed and mapped by William Larter.  HB26/412/1586  March 1803

Schedule of title deeds and writings relating to freehold estate at Weybread late belonging to Henry Drane and mortgaged to Rev. E.H. Shepperdson, Rev. James Boucher and Rev. Edward A. Holmes to secure £5000 and interest. 1710-1887.  HB26/412/1764  c 1887

Draft agreement for tenancy of brickfield, etc. at Weybread: H.W. Tyrwhitt Drake, Maidstone, Kent, and Samuel Youngs Brock and Samuel Joseph Youngs Brock, Alburgh, Norfolk, builders.  HB26/412/1627  19 March 1888

Similar to HB26/412/1627.  HB26/412/1629  16 Nov 1888

Fair copy of draft described in HB26/412/1627.  HB26/412/1632  31 Dec 1888

Draft release of equity of redemption in hereditaments and premises at Weybread.  HB26/412/1633  1 Oct 1888

Draft lease of windmill, premises and land at Weybread: H.W. Tyrwhitt Drake to John Bryant, Weybread.  HB26/412/1628  8 Jan 1889

Counterpart lease of windmill, premises and land at Weybread: H.W. Tyrwhitt Drake to John Bryant, Weybread.  HB26/412/1630  18 Jan 1889

Lease referred to in HB26/412/1630.  HB26/412/1631  18 Jan 1889

Wilby (glebe and tithes)  [no ref. or date]

Opinion of F. Kelly, Sergeant's Inn, as cottages built upon waste ground claimed as glebe land.  HB26/412/1616  17 Dec 1833

Draft provisional agreement for the commutation of tithes, parish of Wilby, with minutes of meetings of tithe owners, land owners or their agents within the parish of Wilby.  HB26/412/1615  27 Oct and 21 Nov 1837

Draft grant and conveyance of the advowson of Wilby: John Williams, Esq. and others to Rev. George Mingaye.  HB26/412/1617  8 Oct 1838

Sundry particulars of farm at Wilby.  HB26/412/1614  Undated

Yoxford  [no ref. or date]

Plan of lands in Yoxford belonging to the trustees of Mrs. M.A. Morgan, deceased.  HB26/412/1526  No date

Norfolk  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of several settlements of the estates of the Rev. Daniel Collyer in Norfolk.  HB26/412/1355  February and July 1807

Particulars of the estates of Richard Milles in Suffolk and in Toft Monks and Stockton, Norfolk.  HB26/412/1374  No date

Lancashire  [no ref. or date]

Copy of draft conveyance of customary closes of land in the manor of Hawksherd, Lancashire, forming part of the Pull Estates: Giles Redmayne and others to Lt. Col. Godfrey Rhodes.  HB26/412/1773  15 Sept 1875

Copy of draft reconveyance and surrender of hereditaments in the manor of Hawkshead, Lancashire, forming part of the Pull Estate: John G. Sheppard and another to Giles Redmayne.  HB26/412/1782  16 Sept 1875

Particulars of residential estate and building sites with frontage on Lake Windermere for sale by private treaty.  HB26/412/1781  1875

Private Business: Maps and plans  [no ref. or date]

Tracing of plan of lands in Campsey Ash and Marlesford showing the line of the East Suffolk Railway.  HB26/412/2097  No date

Plan of estate at Dallinghoo and Wickham Market, in the occupation of Thomas Wood, the property of John White.  HB26/412/2102  1801

Plan of estate in Dallinghoo and Wickham Market; in the occupation of Thomas Wood and Mr. Cooper, the property of John White.  HB26/412/2103  1801

Poor condition.

Plan of the property of Mr. J. Baldry in the parish of Darsham.  HB26/412/2094  No date

Tracing of plan of parts of Glevering estate proposed to be sold as separate lots.  HB26/412/2100  August, 1895

Plan of estate in Shaddingfield, the property of Alfred Pierson, Esq.  HB26/412/2099  No date

Torn.

Plan of the estate of John Scales, junior, lying in Wenhaston, surveyed by James North.  HB26/412/2101  1766

Order of Inclosure Commissioners for exchange of land in the parish of Horstead, Norfolk, between Provost and Scholars of King's College, Cambridge, and John Corbett, Horstead House, Vice Admiral, R.N.  HB26/412/2096  11th March, 1880

Contents:
With plan attached.

Plan of farm at Horstead, Norfolk, the property of Capt. J. Corbett, R.N.  HB26/412/2095  No date

Reydon Enclosure Award  HB26/412/2164 or 2104  Undated

PUBLIC BUSINESS; Enclosure: Cratfield  [no ref. or date]

Appointment by G.O. Leman, Brampton, of John Maplestone, Redisham, as his attorney, for all purposes under Act to facilitate inclosure and improvement of commons, 8 9 Vict.  HB26/412/1445  21 Sept 1846

Letter from N. Wetherell, Hawkhurst, Staplehurst (Kent) to F. Crisp concerning Bell Green, Cratfield - whether it constitutes a village green.  HB26/412/1398  22 Oct 1847

Letter from Secretary to Inclosure Commissioners concerning status of Bell Green, Cratfield, and expediency of inclosing it.  HB26/412/1516  9 Dec 1847

Form for indicating particulars of information to be furnished to Inclosure Commissioners by persons proposing to inclose land under Act 8 9 Victoria, c.118.  HB26/412/1394  c 1846-7

Contents:
Uncompleted.

Form indicating particulars of information to be furnished to Inclosure Commissioners relating to Silverlace and Swan Greens, Cratfield.  HB26/412/1396  Undated

Particulars of common rights on Silverlace and Bell Greens.  HB26/412/1437  No date

A/C of copyhold property held by owners of common rights on Bell and Silverlace Greens.  HB26/412/1521  Undated

Receipt from Inclosure Commissioners for application to inclose Bell and Silverlace Greens.  HB26/412/1515  31 Dec 1847

Letter from Inclosure Commissioners to Messrs. Crabtree Cross requesting to be informed of date for meeting to discuss inclosure of Bell and Silverlace Greens.  HB26/412/1514  5 Feb 1848

Notices from Nathan Wetherell, Assistant Inclosure Commissioner, of meeting to hear objections to proposed inclosure of Bell, Silverlace and Swan Greens, Cratfield.  HB26/412/1513  10 Feb 1848

Letter from N. Wetherell, Lincolns Inn, to F. Cross, concerning necessity of including in inclosure maps description of land in respect of which allotments made.  HB26/412/1512  17 April 1848

Letter from Inclosure Commissioners to Messrs. Crabtree Cross concerning mapping of lands in respect of which allotments of common land are made (Bell and Silverlace Greens).  HB26/412/1511  2 May 1848

Draft or copy of letter from Crabtree Cross, Halesworth, to the Inclosure Commissioners concerning the preparation of maps in connection with inclosure at Cratfield.  HB26/412/1510  4 May 1848

Letter from Inclosure Commissioners sent with notices of inclosure meeting to be displayed on the church door.  HB26/412/1402  10 Feb 1848

Acknowledgement by Inclosure Commissioners of receipt of notices of meetings for inclosure of Bell Silverlace Greens, Cratfield.  HB26/412/1401  23 Feb 1848

Rough minutes of meeting concerning the enclosure Silverlace and Swan Greens Cratfield.  HB26/412/1400  8 March 1848

Copy of letter from Crabtree Cross to the Inclosure Commissioners concerning the mapping of copyhold lands in respect of which inclosure claims are made: with regard to the Cratfield Greens in particular.  HB26/412/1399  13 April 1848

Sealed copy of provisional order of Inclosure Commissioners for inclosure of Bell Green, Swan Green and Silverlace Green, Cratfield.  HB26/412/1414  29 July 1848

Copy of provisional order of Inclosure Commissioners for the inclosure of Bell Green, Swan Green and Silverlace Green, Cratfield.  HB26/412/1397  29 July 1848

Appointment by Rev. Burroughes Thomas Norgate, 4 Westborne Crescent, Hyde Park, London, of Robert Rodwell, Bury St. Edmunds, as his attorney for all purposes under Act to facilitate inclosure and improvement of commons. 8 9 Vic.  HB26/412/1443  6 April 1849

Copies of 2 letters from Crabtree Cross to William Hartcup concerning claims in connection with Cratfield Green enclosure.  HB26/412/1393  19 July 16 Aug 1849

Minutes of meeting held at Bell Inn, Cratfield, to consider the sale of certain parts of the Green to persons having no rights thereon.  HB26/412/1444  4 Oct 1849

Letter from Samuel Smith, Bungay, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross, concerning requesting allotment in front of cottage and blacksmith's shop occupied by Edmund Hancer, on behalf of a client.  HB26/412/1442  12 Nov 1849

Letter from C.E. Barkway, Fressingfield, surveyor, concerning preparation of maps of 2 Greens at Cratfield.  HB26/412/1440  30 Nov 1849

Draft or copy of letter from Crabtree Cross to William Morris, Cratfield, concerning proposal to offer for sale to owners of property, adjoining Bell Green small pieces of land dividing their properties from the road.  HB26/412/1441  19 Dec 1849

Letter from Samuel Smith, Bungay, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross concerning allotment on Bell Green, Cratfield, to Maria Burtral, Bungay, widow.  HB26/412/1439  22 Dec 1849

Letter from Robert Haddock, Cratfield, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross, agreeing to purchase allotment.  HB26/412/1438  26 Dec 1849

Letter from Inclosure Commissioners to Messrs. Crabtree Cross concerning form of conveyances under Bell Green inclosure.  HB26/412/1436  12 Jan 1850

Letter from Robert Garrard, Brundish, to Frederick Cross, concerning the valuation of allotments.  HB26/412/1435  14 Jan 1850

Draft report of Robert Garrard, valuer appointed, for the inclosure of Bell Green and Swan, otherwise Silverlace Green at Cratfield.  HB26/412/1509  Undated

Letter from J.B. Girling to Messrs. Crabtree Cross concerning staking out of frontage of Bell Green and purchase price for allotments.  HB26/412/1433  14 Jan 1850

Copies of letters from Messrs. Crabtree Cross, all concerning enclosure of Bell Green, Cratfield, sent to: R. Garrard, Wm. Morris, W.E. Short, J. Flatman, J.B. Girling, S. Smith, G. Chapman.  HB26/412/1432  17 Jan 1850

Letter from G. Chapman, Norwich, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross, requesting them to prepare conveyance of Cratfield Common allotment to him as trustee for Jonathan Marchant, St. John's Wood, Middlesex, and Mary Anna Paola Guiseppa, his wife.  HB26/412/1434  18 Jan 1850

Letter from G. Chapman, Norwich, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross, concerning conveyance of allotment on Bell Green.  HB26/412/1431  21 Jan 1850

Letter from Robert Garrard, Brundish, sent with sketch of the Bell Green, showing the allotments sold.  HB26/412/1431a  26 Jan 1850

Description of lands sold, Cratfield Bell Green.  HB26/412/1395  Undated

Particulars of allotments on Bell Green, Cratfield, proposed to be sold to owners of land abutting, who have no rights of commonage.  HB26/412/1517  Undated

Letter from Robert Garrard, Brundish, sent with signed conveyances.  HB26/412/1430  3 Feb 1850

Letter from Inclosure Commissioners to Messrs. Crabtree Cross sent with draft conveyances approved by the Commissioners.  HB26/412/1425  12 Feb 1850

Letter from Inclosure Commissioners to Messrs. Crabtree Cross concerning purchase money received in respect of Bell Green Inclosure.  HB26/412/1426  23 Feb 1850

Letter from Robert Garrard, Brundish, to Fred. Cross, with list of purchasers on Bell Green and the fences they each have to repair.  HB26/412/1429  25 Feb 1850

Letter from Inclosure Commissioners to Messrs. Crabtree Cross sent with 12 conveyances in the matter of the inclosure of Bell, Swan and Silverlace Greens.  HB26/412/1427  27 Feb 1850

Minutes of meeting held at Swan Inn, Cratfield, concerning enclosure of Swan Green.  HB26/412/1424  26 March 1850

Letter from R. Garrard, Brundish to J.G. Cooper, concerning exchange of freehold and copyhold land under enclosure award.  HB26/412/1423  25 April 1850

Draft conveyances by the Inclosure Commissioners, Bell, Swan and Silverlace Greens at Cratfield  [no ref. or date]

To William Morris, Cratfield, farmer.  HB26/412/1403  1850

To John Crabtree, Halesworth.  HB26/412/1404  1850

To George Bates, Blaxhall.  HB26/412/1405  1850

To Maria Burstall, Bungay, widow.  HB26/412/1406  1850

To Thompson George, Halesworth, merchant.  HB26/412/1407  1850

To John Girling, Cratfield, farmer.  HB26/412/1408  1850

To Gardiner Chapman, Norwich.  HB26/412/1409  1850

To Rev. Edmund Hollond, Benhall Lodge.  HB26/412/1410  1850

To William Ezekiel Short, Cratfield, miller.  HB26/412/1411  1850

To John Flatman Meen Robert Meen, Metfield, millers.  HB26/412/1412  1850

Draft conveyance by Inclosure Commissioners, Bell, Swan and Silverlace Greens, Cratfield, to William Morris, Cratfield, farmer, and Robert Haddock of the same place, shopkeeper.  HB26/412/1392  1850

Rough note of receipts from purchasers, Cratfield Bell Green.  HB26/412/1428  c 1851

Contents:
19-29 Jan. ----.

Letter from R. Garrard, Brundish, to F. Cross, concerning public road across Silverlace and Swan Greens, Cratfield.  HB26/412/1420  28 April 1851

Contents:
With rough plan.

Letter from Robert Garrard, Brundish, to F. Cross, concerning right of way over Swan Green, Cratfield.  HB26/412/1422  30 April 1851

Letter from Robert Garrard, Brundish, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross concerning map and draft report on Cratfield Greens Inclosure forwarded to the Inclosure Commissioners.  HB26/412/1421  16 May 1851

Letter from Inclosure Commissioners to Messrs. Crabtree Cross commenting on report and map forwarded to them in connection with inclosure of Bell Green. 25 June 1851  HB26/412/1519  25 June 1851-2 July 1851

Contents:
With copy of reply endorsed, 2 July 1851.

Letter from Robert Garrard to Messrs. Crabtree Cross concerning meeting to discuss Cratfield Green.  HB26/412/1518  23 Sept 1851

Letter from Robert Garrard, Brundish, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross concerning confirmation of maps and award of Cratfield inclosure.  HB26/412/1520  18 Feb 1852

Particulars of allotments on Bell Green, Cratfield.  HB26/412/1413  No date

Draft rider to inclosure award, Bell Green, Cratfield, concerning land sold to defray expenses of inclosure.  HB26/412/1508  Undated

Public Business: Enclosure: Tannington  [no ref. or date]

Letter from Robert Garrard, Brundish, to Frederick Cross, concerning claims made for allotments.  HB26/412/1447  1 Sept 1849

Letter from Robert Garrard, Brundish, to F. Cross, sent with copy of advertisement.  HB26/412/1446  7 Sept 1849

Sealed copy of provisional order of Inclosure Commissioners for inclosing Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1419  14 Feb 1851

Letter from William Kay, junior, Tannington, concerning meeting held to discuss inclosure of Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1504  13 April 1852

Letter from Thomas Utton, Great Yarmouth, to John Crabtree, expressing Lord Henniker's views on the inclosure of Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1503  23 April 1852

Letter from Robert Garrard, Brundish, to John Crabtree, concerning Mr. Utton's attendance at meeting to discuss inclosure of Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1502  29 April 1852

Appointment by Joshua Bryant, Bawdsey, of Robert Pattle, Tannington, as his attorney for all purposes relating to enclosure of Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1494  3 May 1852

Letter from Thomas Utton, Eye, as solicitor for Lord Henniker, to John Crabtree agreeing to attend meeting to discuss inclosure of Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1501  4 May 1852

Appointment by Rev. E.S. Whitbread, Strumpshaw, of J.C. Read, Tannington, as his attorney for all purposes relating to the inclosure of Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1493  10 May 1852

Minutes of meeting held at Horse Shoes Inn, Tannington, to consider inclosure of Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1506  12 May 1852

Letter from Robert Garrard, Brundish, to John Crabtree, concerning support of Messrs. Tacon for inclosure of Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1500  14 May 1852

Letter from Robert Garrard, Brundish, to John Crabtree, concerning Lord Henniker's wishes as to appointment of valuer, Tannington inclosure.  HB26/412/1499  19 May 1852

Letter from Robert Garrard, Brundish, to John Crabtree, concerning appointment of valuers, Tannington inclosure.  HB26/412/1498  22 May 1852

Letter from C. Lenny, Wissett, to F. Cross, concerning provision of materials - pipes, posts, gates, etc. - by the valuers, Tannington inclosure.  HB26/412/1497  7 June 1852

Letter from Robert Garrard to John Crabtree, concerning delay in completing Tannington Green inclosure.  HB26/412/1496  10 June 1852

Letter from H.F. Preston, Worlingworth, requesting speedy completion of Tannington Green inclosure agreement.  HB26/412/1495  24 June 1852

Letter from Robert Garrard, Brundish, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross returning award for Tannington Green, complete with signatures.  HB26/412/1492  10 July 1852

Draft agreement for inclosing and allotting Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1418  1852

Letter from the Earl of Stradbroke, Henham, concerning land in Brundish belonging to Lord Henniker.  HB26/412/1490  3 Feb 1853

Letter from H.F. Preston, Worlingworth, to J. Crabtree, concerning exchange of land between Lord Stradbroke and Lord Henniker.  HB26/412/1488  19 Feb 1853

Letter from Lord Henniker agreeing to exchange of land at Tannington with the Earl of Stradbroke.  HB26/412/1491  No date

Letter from Robert Garrard, Brundish, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross concerning common rights on Tannington Green and the new roads on the Green.  HB26/412/1487  5 June 1853

Letter from Robert Garrard, Brundish, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross, concerning Common rights on Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1486  6 June 1853

Description of new road under Tannington inclosure.  HB26/412/1475  c 1853

Letter from Robert Garrard, Brundish, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross concerning certificates of new roads on Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1484  20 June 1853

Letter from Robert Garrard, Brundish, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross, arranging to call for notices to surveyors of Tannington and Brundish respecting new road.  HB26/412/1483  4 July 1853

Letter from Jonathan Howlett, Henry Preston and Robert Garrard to Messrs. Crabtree Cross giving them notice of rate made to cover expenses of Tannington inclosure.  HB26/412/1476  4 July 1853

Letter from Robert Garrard to F. Cross enclosing rough tracing of Tannington Green showing the new road.  HB26/412/1482  8 July 1853

Notice from Messrs. Crabtree Cross, solicitors for the owners and proprietors of Tannington Green, to surveyor of highways, Tannington, concerning proposed new road under the inclosure.  HB26/412/1477  8 July 1853

Draft of notice described in HB26/412/1477  HB26/412/1479  [n.d.]

Similar notice to HB26/412/1477 to surveyor of highways, Brundish.  HB26/412/1478  8 July 1853

Draft of notice described in HB26/412/1478  HB26/412/1481  8 July 1853

Letter from Robert Garrard to Messrs. Crabtree Cross concerning vestry meeting to be held concerning new road under Tannington inclosure.  HB26/412/1474  9 July 1853

Letter from Robert Garrard, Brundish, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross, concerning new road in Tannington and Brundish under Tannington inclosure.  HB26/412/1473  16 July 1853

Draft notice of vestry meetings to be held for parishes of Tannington and Brundish to consider new road on Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1485  July 1853

Letter from Robert Garrard, Brundish, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross, concerning certificates of Tannington road.  HB26/412/1480  1 Oct 1853

Letter from John Wood, junior, Woodbridge, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross enclosing extract from Mr. Bryant's will needed for completion of Tannington Green award.  HB26/412/1460  29 June 1854

Letter from John Wood, junior, Woodbridge, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross concerning conveyance of allotment at Tannington under will of (---) Bryant.  HB26/412/1468  3 July 1854

Letter from Robert Garrard, Brundish, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross, returning revised award of Tannington inclosure.  HB26/412/1461  4 July 1854

Draft or copy of letter from Crabtree Cross to Rev. E.S. Whitbread concerning conveyance of Tannington Green according to agreement made for its inclosure.  HB26/412/1462  5 July 1854

Letter from French Lawton, Eye, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross, concerning conveyance of allotments at Tannington to George Simon Harcourt, Ankerwyke House, Bucks.  HB26/412/1465  8 July 1854

Letter from Rev. E.S. Whitbread, Strumpshaw Rectory, Norfolk, to Crabtree Cross concerning settlement of his farm at Tannington on his marriage and consequent signature of Tannington Green inclosure conveyance by the trustees.  HB26/412/1463  10 July 1854

Draft or copy of letter from Crabtree Cross to Geo. Josselyn concerning Rev. Whitbread's title to property at Tannington in respect of which conveyance is to be made to him of allotment on Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1464  11 July 1854

Letter from Josselyn Westhorp, Ipswich, to Crabtree Cross concerning conveyance of Rev. Whitbread's allotment at Tannington to trustees of his marriage settlement.  HB26/412/1466  13 July 1854

Contents:
With copy of reply endorsed.

Letter from Josselyn Westhorp, Ipswich, to Crabtree Cross, asking them to send draft conveyance of allotment on Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1469  17 July 1854

Letter from French Lawton, Eye, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross returning draft conveyance of Tannington Green inclosure allotment.  HB26/412/1470  19 Aug 1854

Letter from Robert Garrard, Brundish, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross, forwarding award of Tannington inclosure.  HB26/412/1471  13 Sept 1854

Letter from John Wood, junior, Woodbridge, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross concerning execution of conveyance of allotment on Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1472  22 Sept 1854

Letter from French Lawton, Eye, to Crabtree Cross concerning purchase of allotment on Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1452  5 Oct 1854

Letter from Josselyn Westhorp, Ipswich to Crabtree Cross concerning conveyance of land on Tannington Green sent to Messrs. French Lawton and enclosing bill of costs.  HB26/412/1453  21 Oct 1854

Letter from Robert Garrard, Brundish, concerning expenses in connection with inclosure, Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1456  26 Oct 1854

Letter from George Durrant, Southelmham Hall, arranging appointment for Sir Shafto Adair to sign deed for lord's allotment at Tannington.  HB26/412/1454  27 Oct 1854

Letter from French Lawton, Eye, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross sending bill of costs in matter of inclosure of Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1455  14 Nov 1854

Letter from Robert Garrard, Brundish, concerning expenses in connection with inclosure, Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1457  23 Nov 1854

Copy of letter from Crabtree Cross, Halesworth, to Robert Garrard concerning costs of Tannington Green Enclosure. 4 Dec. 1854  HB26/412/1362  4 Dec 1854-5 Dec 1854

Contents:
With reply from Robert Garrard, Brundish, 5 Dec. 1854

Draft enclosure award, Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1448  1854

Particulars of allotments to the lord of the manor, Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1507  Undated

Particulars of Lord Stradbroke's allotment on Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1505  Undated

Note concerning conveyance of allotment at Tannington to use of will of Alexander Adair.  HB26/412/1467  No date

Tracing of map of Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1376  Undated

Rough tracing of plan of Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1459  No date

A/C from J. Mannall to F. Cross for making 2 copies of plan of Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1458  1854

Letter from Jossclyn Westhorp, Ipswich, to Crabtree Cross, sent with receipt for payment of costs in matter of inclosure, Tannington Green.  HB26/412/1451  11 Jan 1855

Public Business: Enclosure: Worlingworth  [no ref. or date]

Copy of award of Commissioners for enclosing and allotting common land called Worlingworth Green.  HB26/412/1416  23 Nov 1832

Draft conveyance of allotments of land under award of Commissioners for inclosing Worlingworth Green: John, Lord Henniker, and others to Thomas French, Eye  HB26/412/1417  27 Nov 1832

Public Business: Enclosure: Bedfield  [no ref. or date]

Letter from Henry Preston, Worlingworth, to J. Crabtree concerning possibility of enclosing Little Green at Bedfield.  HB26/412/1489  19 Feb 1853

Public Business: Blyth Valley/Southwold Railway  [no ref. or date]

Map showing proposed branch railways in Suffolk: William Bruff, engineer.  HB26/412/1967  No date

Map showing alternative routes for proposed Southwold Railway: William Bruff, engineer.  HB26/412/1966  No date

Draft list of owners, lessees and their residences, Southwold Railway.  HB26/412/1969  No date

Rough pencil sketch map and list showing owners and occupiers (for railway?)  HB26/412/1970  No date

Rough memorandum concerning copyhold property of the manor of Mells in Wenhaston affected by the Southwold Railway.  HB26/412/2006  No date

Draft notices to owners, occupiers and lessees: Blyth Valley Railway  [no ref. or date]

Robert Ball: Holton St. Peter  HB26/412/1883  1865-1866

William Friend, Holton St. Peter  HB26/412/1884  1865-1866

George Woolnough, Holton St. Peter  HB26/412/1855  1865-1866

William Friend, Holton St. Peter  HB26/412/1866  1865-1866

John White, Holton St. Peter  HB26/412/1887  1865-1866

William Chambers, Holton St. Peter  HB26/412/1888  1865-1866

Seventh Suffolk Volunteers Rifle Corps, Holton St. Peter.  HB26/412/1889  1865-1866

George Preston, Holton St. Peter  HB26/412/1890  1865-1866

Surveyor of Highways, Holton St. Peter  HB26/412/1891  1865-1866

William Howard, Holton St. Peter  HB26/412/1892  1865-1866

William Howard, Holton St. Peter  HB26/412/1893  1865-1866

Persons having rights of common, Walberswick  HB26/412/1894  1865-1866

Persons having rights of common, Walberswick  HB26/412/1895  1865-1866

Persons having rights of common, Walberswick  HB26/412/1896  1865-1866

Persons having rights of common, Walberswick  HB26/412/1897  1865-1866

Persons having rights of common, Walberswick  HB26/412/1898  1865-1866

Persons having rights of common, Walberswick  HB26/412/1899  1865-1866

Issac Noy, Walberswick  HB26/412/1900  1865-1866

Mary Ann Wigg, Walberswick  HB26/412/1901  1865-1866

Rous John Cooper, Walberswick  HB26/412/1902  1865-1866

John Turner, Wenhaston with Mells  HB26/412/1903  1865-1866

Mary Ann Turrell, Wenhaston with Mells  HB26/412/1904  1865-1866

William Runnington, Wenhaston with Mells  HB26/412/1905  1865-1866

Benjamin Cullingford, Wenhaston with Mells  HB26/412/1906  1865-1866

Edward Crisp, Wenhaston with Mells  HB26/412/1907  1865-1866

William Eastaugh, Wenhaston with Mells  HB26/412/1908  1865-1866

William Watson, Wenhaston with Mells  HB26/412/1909  1865-1866

William Spore, Wenhaston with Mells  HB26/412/1910  1865-1866

Jacob Spore, Wenhaston with Mells  HB26/412/1911  1865-1866

Samuel Wade, Wenhaston with Mells  HB26/412/1912  1865-1866

Edward Deek, Wenhaston with Mells  HB26/412/1913  1865-1866

John Woods, Wenhaston with Mells  HB26/412/1914  1865-1866

John Butcher, Wenhaston with Mells  HB26/412/1915  1865-1866

William Scarff Kett, Wenhaston with Mells  HB26/412/1916  1865-1866

Robert Bloomfield, Wenhaston with Mells  HB26/412/1917  1865-1866

William Smith, Wenhaston with Mells  HB26/412/1918  1865-1866

Charles Frederick Avey, Wenhaston with Mells  HB26/412/1919  1865-1866

George Pulford, Wenhaston with Mells  HB26/412/1920  1865-1866

William Aldred, Wenhaston with Mells  HB26/412/1921  1865-1866

John Blanden, Wenhaston with Mells  HB26/412/1922  1865-1866

James Hurrington, Wenhaston with Mells  HB26/412/1923  1865-1866

Issac Block Wenhaston with Mells  HB26/412/1924  1865-1866

Surveyor of Highways Wenhaston with Mells  HB26/412/1925  1865-1866

William Friend, Wenhaston with Mells  HB26/412/1926  1865-1866

John Gilbert, Blythburgh.  HB26/412/1927  1865-1866

Charles Whincop, Blythburgh.  HB26/412/1928  1865-1866

William Wade, Blythburgh.  HB26/412/1929  1865-1866

George Crofford, Blythburgh.  HB26/412/1930  1865-1866

Charlotte Clarke, Blythburgh.  HB26/412/1931  1865-1866

Mary Ann Crofford, Blythburgh.  HB26/412/1932  1865-1866

Lenin Wigg, Blythburgh.  HB26/412/1933  1865-1866

John Savage, Blythburgh.  HB26/412/1934  1865-1866

Surveyor of Highways, Blyford.  HB26/412/1935  1865-1866

Henry Truman, Blythburgh  HB26/412/1936  1865-1866

William Crofford, Blythburgh  HB26/412/1937  1865-1866

Robert Meadows, Blythburgh  HB26/412/1938  1865-1866

Elizabeth Tacon, Blythburgh  HB26/412/1939  1865-1866

Surveyor of Highways, Blythburgh  HB26/412/1940  1865-1866

John Woods, Blythburgh  HB26/412/1941  1865-1866

John Ezekiel Osborne, Blythburgh  HB26/412/1942  1865-1866

George Tuthill, Blythburgh  HB26/412/1943  1865-1866

James Benjamin Cooper, Blythburgh  HB26/412/1944  1865-1866

William Croft, Blyford.  HB26/412/1945  1865-1866

George Butcher, Blyford.  HB26/412/1946  1865-1866

Edward Deek, Blyford.  HB26/412/1947  1865-1866

Surveyor of Highways, Halesworth  HB26/412/1948  1865-1866

William Haward, Halesworth  HB26/412/1949  1865-1866

George Freston, Halesworth  HB26/412/1950  1865-1866

Robert Barber, Halesworth  HB26/412/1951  1865-1866

William Chambers, Halesworth  HB26/412/1952  1865-1866

Seventh Suffolk Volunteer Rifle Corps, Halesworth.  HB26/412/1953  1865-1866

William Atmer, Halesworth  HB26/412/1954  1865-1866

Surveyor of Highways, Holton St. Peter  HB26/412/1955  1865-1866

George Freston, Holton St. Peter  HB26/412/1956  1865-1866

William Chambers, Holton St. Peter  HB26/412/1957  1865-1866

Seventh Suffolk Volunteer Rifle Corps, Holton St. Peter  HB26/412/1958  1865-1866

George Woolnough, Holton St. Peter  HB26/412/1959  1865-1866

John White, Holton St. Peter  HB26/412/1960  1865-1866

Letter from W. Bruff, Charing Cross, to John Crabtree, Halesworth, concerning Southwold Railway.  HB26/412/1971  2 May 1865

Letter from William F. Bruff, Charing Cross, to John Crabtree, Halesworth, concerning meeting with Lord Stradbroke to discuss Southwold Railway.  HB26/412/1965  8 May 1865

Letter from R. Garrett, Carlton Hall, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross, informing them he has put their names forward as solicitors for the proposed branch lines of railway.  HB26/412/1964  17 Aug 1865

Letter from William F. Bruff, Charing Cross, to J. Crabtree concerning Mid-Suffolk Railways.  HB26/412/1963  19 Aug 1865

Letter from William Bruff, Charing Cross, to J. Crabtree concerning appointment with Lucas to discuss Mid-Suffolk Railways.  HB26/412/1987  7 Sept 1865

Letter from William Bruff, Charing Cross, to John Crabtree, Halesworth concerning preparation of plans for deposit: Southwold Railway.  HB26/412/1988  16 Oct 1865

Letter from William Bruff, Ipswich, to John Crabtree, Halesworth, concerning arrangements about meeting, modified because railway line was washed away at Darsham.  HB26/412/1989  19 Oct 1865

Letter from Marriott Son, Stowmarket, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross concerning meeting to decide whether or not to proceed with plans for mid-Suffolk railways.  HB26/412/1990  23 Oct 1865

Letter from French Lawton, Eye, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross concerning the same meetings 1990.  HB26/412/1992  30 Oct 1865

Letter from William Bruff, Charing Cross, to J. Crabtree, Halesworth, concerning proposed meeting referred to in 1990.  HB26/412/1991  30 Oct 1865

Letter from French Lawton, Eye, to Crabtree Cross concerning meeting Ipswich to discuss projected Mid-Suffolk railways.  HB26/412/1993  31 Oct 1865

Letter from William Bruff, Charing Cross, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross informing them of decision not to carry on with projected Mid-Suffolk railways for the time being.  HB26/412/1994  3 Nov.1865

Letter from William Bruff, Charing Cross, to J. Crabtree concerning post of solicitor to the Southwold Railway.  HB26/412/1995  9 Nov 1865

Copy of letter from Crabtree Cross to William Bruff in reply to 1995  HB26/412/1996  11 Nov 1865

Letter from William Bruff, Charing Cross, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross, concerning their appointment as solicitors to the Blyth Valley Railway.  HB26/412/1997  13 Nov 1865

Telegram: H. Moon, Westminster, to Messrs. Crabtree Cross, Halesworth, asking them to send clerk with reference.  HB26/412/1961  28 Nov 1865

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram concerning petition by persons through whose property proposed Blyth Valley Railway will pass.  HB26/412/2022  1 Jan 1875

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram stating that he will forward petition of landowners who have not been served with notice against Blyth Valley Railway scheme.  HB26/412/2063  3 Jan 1875

Prospectus, Southwold Railway.  HB26/412/2064  2 Oct 1875

Letter from Richard Rapier, Ransome Rapier, Ltd. to F. Cross, Halesworth, concerning progress with the Southwold Railway Bill.  HB26/412/2000  25 Oct 1875

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Messrs. Cross Ram concerning division of legal work in connection with Southwold Railway Bill.  HB26/412/2025  9 Nov 1875

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Messrs. Cross Ram concerning joint solicitorship of Southwold Railway Bill.  HB26/412/2024  12 Nov 1875

Copy of the East Anglian Daily Times containing notice of application to Parliament for Southwold Railway Act.  HB26/412/2023  16 Nov 1875

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Messrs. Cross Ram concerning tracing of railway with book of reference to be approved.  HB26/412/2001  18 Nov 1875

Letter from W.H. Stephens, Bedford Row, London, to Messrs. Cross Ram sending tracing of plan of part of Southwold Railway with request that it may be referenced.  HB26/412/1999  19 Nov 1875

Letter from Arthur Pain, Westminster, to Cross Ram acknowledging letter concerning Southwold Railway.  HB26/412/2026  20 Nov 1875

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Messrs. Cross Ram concerning book of reference, Southwold Railway.  HB26/412/2027  22 Nov 1875

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram concerning plans and book of reference, Southwold Railway.  HB26/412/2028  23 Nov 1875

Telegram from (W.H.)Stephans to Cross Ram with instructions as to preparation of plans and/or book of reference.  HB26/412/2029  25 Nov 1875

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Messrs. Cross Ram concerning referencing of lands within the parish of Blyford.  HB26/412/2032  25 Nov 1875

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram acknowledging portion of book of reference, Southwold Railway.  HB26/412/2030  26 Nov 1875

Telegrams (W.H.) Stephens to Cross Ram making arrangements for clerk to travel to London with plan and remainder of book of reference.  HB26/412/2031  27 Nov 1875

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram concerning deposit of Walberswick plan.  HB26/412/2033  29 Nov 1875

Letter from Nathaniel Burgess, Halesworth, concerning his intention to oppose the proposed tramway through his property.  HB26/412/2035  29 Nov 1875

Draft letter from Cross Ram to A.C. Pain, Westminster, concerning their withdrawal from solicitorship of the Southwold Railway.  HB26/412/2051  1 Dec 1875

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram concerning their inability to continue as joint solicitors of the Southwold Railway Bill.  HB26/412/2034  2 Dec 1875

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram sending book of reference for addition of addresses of owners and occupiers.  HB26/412/2036  4 Dec 1875

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram concerning the reconsideration of their decision to withdraw from joint solicitorship of Southwold Railway.  HB26/412/2057  6 Dec 1875

Letter from Arthur C. Pain, Westminster, to Cross Ram acknowledging list of landowners' addresses.  HB26/412/2052  7 Dec 1875

Address of Charles Edward Deeks, Cambridge.  HB26/412/2039  No date

Address of R.J. Day, St. Leonard's.  HB26/412/2038  No date

Address of Richard J. Day, Regent's Park, London.  HB26/412/2021  No date

Account of interest for notes of land given on account of Richard Day.  HB26/412/1998  No date

Letter from M.A. Turner, Wenhaston, concerning Rev. Samuel Robert Carter, Brantham, owner of farms (in Wenhaston?).  HB26/412/2037  7 Dec 1875

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram concerning meeting to test the reference of the Blyth Valley.  HB26/412/2040  9 Dec 1875

Letter from Henry Eyton, County Surveyor, to Messrs. Cross Ram concerning alteration to leval of county road at Blythburgh Bridge.  HB26/412/2041  9 Dec 1875

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram stating that he will see Mr. Pain about land belonging to the Misses Crabtree.  HB26/412/2056  15 Dec 1875

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram with copy of letter from R.F. Hinde, Lowestoft, stating that he has been wrongly described in book of reference, Southwold Railway.  HB26/412/2042  15 Dec 1875

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram sending copies of petition for signature.  HB26/412/2046  17 Dec 1875

Telegram from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram enquiring whether Lord Stradbroke is at Henham.  HB26/412/2043  17 Dec 1875

Copy of telegram from Cross Ram to W.H. Stephens requesting print of Bill and intimating that Lord Stradbroke will not take any shares.  HB26/412/2044  18 Dec 1875

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram enclosing copy of amended Bill and urging signature of petition by Lord Stradbroke.  HB26/412/2047  18 Dec 1875

Telegram from W.H. Stephens to Messrs. Cross Ram urging that Lord Stradbroke should sign petition.  HB26/412/2045  18 Dec 1875

Rough note concerning signing of petition by Lord Stradbroke and others.  HB26/412/2048  Undated

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Messrs. Cross Ram concerning costs, Southwold Railway Bill.  HB26/412/2002  20 Dec 1875

Telegram from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram stating that petition must reach him by the next day.  HB26/412/2053  20 Dec 1875

Copy of letter from Cross Ram concerning conditions on which certain people have signed Southwold Railway petition.  HB26/412/2054  20 Dec 1875

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram concerning notices returned unopened.  HB26/412/2055  21 Dec 1875

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram undertaking to indemnify certain persons from liability with respect to promotion of Southwold Railway scheme.  HB26/412/2049  21 Dec 1875

Rough copy of letter described in 4826/412/2049  HB26/412/2050  [n.d.]

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram concerning petition by owners and occupiers, who have not been served with notice, against the Blyth Valley Railway.  HB26/412/2058  30 Dec 1875

Copy of letter from Cross Ram to W.H. Stephens requesting removal of Lord Stradbroke's name from Bill.  HB26/412/2059  31 Dec 1875

Copy of letter from Cross Ram to W.H. Stephens requesting letter indemnifying proposed directors of Southwold Railway against payment of any preliminary expenses.  HB26/412/2060  31 Dec 1875

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram concerning proposed meeting of directors of Southwold Railway.  HB26/412/2062  31 Dec 1875

Draft affidavit of Frederick Cross concerning Halesworth town lands: for use in connection with Southwold Railway Bill. Parliamentary Session.  HB26/412/2067  1876

Telegram from (W.H.) Stephens to Cross Ram enquiring whether Cross Briggs hold their land as partners or joint occupiers.  HB26/412/2061  1 Jan 1876

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram concerning opposition of Southwold Corporation to Blyth Valley Railway scheme.  HB26/412/2065  4 Jan 1876

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram sending engrossment of affidavit to be made by Mr. Cross as feoffee of Halesworth (town) lands, and other affidavits required for Southwold Railway Bill.  HB26/412/2007  4 Jan 1876

Telegram from (W.H.) Stephens to Cross Ram requesting Daye's address.  HB26/412/2066  5 Jan 1876

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram enclosing form of requisition for warrant to one of the Clerks of Parliament for payment into court of 5% deposit of estimated cost of construction of Southwold Railway.  HB26/412/2019  6 Jan 1876

Telegram from (W.H.) Stephens to Cross Ram requesting them to send petition without delay.  HB26/412/2020  6 Jan 1876

Copy of letter from Cross Ram to W.H. Stephens announcing their intention to withdraw from joint solicitorship of Southwold Railway Bill.  HB26/412/2018  7 Jan 1876

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram informing them of advance to be made by Messrs. Gurney Co. of Yarmouth.  HB26/412/2017  8 Jan 1876

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram concerning their withdrawal from joint solicitorship of the Southwold Railway Bill.  HB26/412/2016  11 Jan 1876

Letter from Messrs. ---, Tritt Cameron, Westminster, to Messrs. Cross Ram concerning their inability to act as joint solicitors for the Southwold Railway Bill.  HB26/412/2014  13 Jan 1876

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram requesting list of persons who made Parliamentary deposits of plans prior to 30 Nov 1875, with list of parishes in which they were made and with whom.  HB26/412/2015  14 Jan 1876

Letter from Messrs. ---, Tritt Cameron, Westminster, to Messrs. Cross Ram concerning removal of Lord Stradbroke's name from Southwold Railway Bill.  HB26/412/2013  18 Jan 1876

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram requesting execution of affidavits of deposit of plans.  HB26/412/2012  22 Jan 1876

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram acknowledging receipt of affidavits of deposit of plans duly signed.  HB26/412/2011  25 Jan 1876

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram enclosing lists of deposits made by Mr. French and Mr. Mills and requesting their signatures.  HB26/412/2010  28 Jan 1876

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram concerning feoffees of Halesworth parish lands.  HB26/412/2008  31 Jan 1876

Telegram from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram requesting them to send list of deposits duly signed.  HB26/412/2009  31 Jan 1876

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram announcing that Southwold Railway Bill has passed Standing Orders.  HB26/412/2005  9 Feb 1876

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram concerning withdrawal of petitions by Sir John Blois and Mr. Ewen against the Southwold Railway Bill.  HB26/412/2004  17 March 1876

Letter from W.H. Stephens to Cross Ram sending copy of (Southwold Railway) Bill as altered by Lord Redesdale.  HB26/412/2003  5 May 1876

Letter from Arthur C. Pain, Westminster, to Cross Ram concerning business for first meeting of directors, Southwold Railway.  HB26/412/2068  5 Nov 1876

Copy of Draft conveyance by appointment of land at Wenhaston: Duke of Richmond Gordon and others to the Southwold Railway Co.  HB26/412/1585  30 Dec 1878

Report and accounts, Southwold Railway Co.  HB26/412/1807  30 June 1880

Contents:
Or Half year ending 30 June 1880

Report and accounts, Southwold Railway Co.  HB26/412/1806  30 June 1881

Contents:
Or Half year ending 30 June 1881

Public Business: Hoxne Union  [no ref. or date]

File of extracts from quarterly abstracts of accounts, Hoxne Union  HB26/412/1391  1834-1837

Contents:
For quarters ending:-
25 December 1837
29 September 1837
25 March 1837, with statement of diminution of expenditure of the several parishes as compared with corresponding quarters in 1836 and 1835.
25 December 1836, with similar statement relating to 1835 and 1834.
Also on the file:-
Statement of expenditure for the relief of the poor, Hoxne Union, year ending 25 March 1837.
Statements shewing contributions and expenditure for each parish in the Union:-
Quarter ending 29 September 1836
Quarter ending 25 March 1836

Extract from quarterly abstract of accounts, Hoxne Union  HB26/412/1390  25 March 1838

Contents:
For the quarter ending 25 March 1838

Public Business: Cookley and Walpole School  [no ref. or date]

Small bundle of papers concerning Cookley and Walpole School  HB26/412/1968  1870-1873

Contents:
Comprising forms for draft conveyances under Act, 8 Vic. to facilitate conveyance and endowment of sites for schools, instructions of Board of Education for completing the same, correspondence and other papers.

Public Business: Halesworth Town Lands  [no ref. or date]

Agreement for hire of town lands at Halesworth and Holton: for 8 years: feoffees of Halesworth town lands to Charles Keable, Halesworth, butcher.  HB26/412/1620  12 Oct 1840

Agreement for the hire of 2 pieces of meadow land near the lock in Halesworth for 8 years: feoffees of Halesworth town lands to Charles Keable, Halesworth, butcher.  HB26/412/1619  12 Oct 1840

Draft inventory of crops, etc. growing upon 2 pieces of meadow or marsh land in Halesworth and Holton, in the occupation of Charles Keable, distrained for non-payment of rent, together with draft warrant to bailiff.  HB26/412/1618  1846

Public Business: Recreation Ground, Leiston  [no ref. or date]

Draft conveyance of land at Leiston to be used as recreation ground and declaration of trusts of funds for maintaining the same.  HB26/412/1841  4 Dec 1891

Abstract of indenture of conveyance of land at Leiston to be used as a recreation ground and declaring the trusts of a fund for maintaining the same.  HB26/412/1605  1891

Draft byelaws for Leiston Recreation Ground.  HB26/412/1857  1891

Order of Charity Commissioners approving regulations made by managers and directors of Leiston Recreation Ground.  HB26/412/1844  30 June 1893

Contents:
With a few relative papers.

The records described on this page are held by Suffolk Record Office, Ipswich Branch