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Reference 865
Covering dates 1218-1941
Held by Wiltshire and Swindon Archives
Extent 627 files
Source of acquisition Mrs. N.Y. Troyte-Bullock
Creators Chafyn family of Zeals, Wiltshire; Grove family of Zeals, Wiltshire; Reymes family of Waddon, Dorset

Administrative history:
The papers of the Chafyn Grove family of Zeals, near Shaftesbury, relate to the following families, all connected by marriage: Chafyn of Bulford and Chisenbury; Grove of Mere and Zeals; Coker of Mappowder; and Reymes of Waddon near Dorchester.

Contents:
The documents are arranged as follows:-
865/1 Marriage settlements, trust deeds, etc..
865/2 Wiltshire deeds: Mere and Zeals
Sedgehill
Chisenbury in Enford
Warminster
Miscellaneous
865/3 Dorset deeds:
Silton
Gillingham
Waddon in Portesham
Melcombe Regis and Weymouth
Miscellaneous
865/4 Somerset deeds:
Coker
Miscellaneous
865/5 Deeds of other counties:
Berkshire
Gloucestershire
Bristol
Hampshire
Middlesex
Miscellaneous
865/6 Estate:
Surveys
Rentals
Rates
Maps and plans
Sale particulars
Accounts
Correspondence
Miscellaneous
Mere chantry
865/7 Manorial.
865/8 Legal.
865/9 Probate.
865/10 Public office.
865/11 Bullen Reymes.
865/12 Electoral.
865/13 Militia, volunteers and yeomanry.
865/14 Personal.
865/15 Accounts - household and personal.
865/16 Household.
865/17 Almanacs, diaries, etc..
865/18 Miscellaneous.
865/19 Extraneous.
865/20 Non-archive.



Marriage settlements, trust deeds, etc.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/1  1622

Contents:
Conveyance in trust of the manor and farm of Zeals Clivedon and property in Mere and Zeals.
Parties: Chafyn, Kirton, Buishopp, Perne.

[no title]  865/2  17th cent

Contents:
Certified copy deed, 1626, entailing William Chafyn's estates in Zeals and Mere.
Parties: Chafyn, Willoughby, Baron, Bishop.

[no title]  865/3  1626

Contents:
Deed revoking a previous deed (1617) by which William Chafyn was seised of the manorsof Zeals Clivedon, Zeals Ailesbury, Woolverton and Over Zeals, and property there and in Nether Zeals, Woodlands and Gillingham (Dorset.
Parties: Chafyn.

[no title]  865/4  1627, 1638

Contents:
Inquisitiones post mortem of William Chafyn of Zeals and of Richard Chafyn of Zeals.

[no title]  865/5  1640

Contents:
Settlement after the marriage of Thomas Grove, gent., son and heir of Robert Grove the elder of Ferne, and Elizabeth his wife. Relates to the manors of Ferne and Sedgehill and property there and in Ludwell, Charlton, and Donhead.
Parties: Grove, Lambert, Swayne, Freke, Bennett.

[no title]  865/6  1661

Contents:
Settlement after the marriage of William Chafyn of Zeals, esq., and Mary daughter of Mary Freke of Hinton St. Mary (Dorset) widow. Manor of Zeals Clivedon.
Parties: Chafyn, Freke, Aishe, Bradripp.

[no title]  865/7  1664

Contents:
Settlement after the marriage of Thomas Chiffinch, son and heir of Thomas Chiffinch of Westminster (Mddx.) to Rachel, daughter of Lucy Chafyn, widow, of Zeals. Relates to a house in St. James's Park, London.
Parties: Chiffinch, Chafyn.

[no title]  865/8  1672

Contents:
Articles of agreement amending the marriage settlement of Thomas Weldon of Old Windsor, (Berks.), esq., and Jane his wife (money only). William Chafyn one of the trustees.
Parties: Weldon, Freke.

[no title]  865/9  1697, 1698, 1699

Contents:
Three settlements on the marriage of Harry Chafyn of Zeals, gent., and Anne Reymes of Waddon (Dorset) widow. Property in Mere called Sadleborne, Dogrells, Nicklesses, Knowle Hill, Hennings and Harrisses; the capital messuage of West Waddon, and property in Pitcher Waddon.
Parties: Chafyn, Reymes, Coker, Flemming.

[no title]  865/10  1721, 1724

Contents:
Settlement before the marriage of Hugh Grove of Chisenbury, esq., and Anne Naish of Bristol, and a subsequent settlement of the manor of Chisenbury to secure Anne Grove's jointure.
Parties: Naish, Grove, Weston, Sloper, Chafyn, Clarke.

[no title]  865/11  1724

Contents:
General release of all actions, etc..
Parties: Grove.

[no title]  865/12  1776

Contents:
Lease for a year, to trustees, of the estates in Zeals and Mere (described in great detail).
Parties: Chafyn, Penruddocke, Long.

[no title]  865/13  1795

Contents:
Bond indemnifying a trustee under the marriage settlement of Charles Grove of Salisbury, doctor in physic, and Elizabeth Acland jr. of Minehead (Som.). Relates to a house called Penhill in Fremington (Devon).
Parties: Grove.

Deeds  [no ref. or date]

Wiltshire  [no ref. or date]

Mere and Zeals  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/14  1550

Contents:
Letters patent of Edward VI granting Thomas Chafyn of Mere, gent., the demesne lands and barton of Mere, with a transcript and translation.

[no title]  865/15  1584

Contents:
Exemplification by the dean of Salisbury of an entry in the bishop's register (1237) confirming the tithes of Kingston Deverill to the then dean and his successors as belonging to the church of Mere.

[no title]  865/16  1695

Contents:
Grant of the tithes of the manors and farms of Mere, Zeals, and Woodlands.
Parties: Chafyn.

[no title]  865/17  1664-1781

Contents:
Seven deeds relating to Mere parsonage and lands.
Parties: Dean of Salisbury, Chafyn, Lanninge, Baylie, Grove, Dewdney, Edward duke of Somerset, Steward.

[no title]  865/18  1714

Contents:
Lease of Mere parsonage house, White Hill farm house, and other property in Mere.
Parties: Chafin, Hill.

[no title]  865/19  1727

Contents:
Lease of the Chantry house, Mere, and lands there.
Parties: Chafin, Grove.

[no title]  865/20  [1236-1401]

Contents:
Copy (16th century) of four deeds relating to property in Zeals.

[no title]  865/21  1315

Contents:
Grant by Hugh de Horsinton for the term of his life to John de Mere and Eleanor his wife, of 6 ac. arable in the common fields of Zeals, which he holds by the gift of John de Zeals and which were formerly in the tenure of Henry le Vayre. (paper)

[no title]  865/22  early 14th cent

Contents:
Grant by Adam de Campo (on the seal he is called "in Ye Velde") to Richard Smert, of a house and curtilage in Mere, lying between the tenement formerly of Adam le Mercer and the tenement of John Hodel.

[no title]  865/23  1330

Contents:
Conveyance by John de Zeals to Nichola his daughter, widow of Robert Coterel, of 5 ac. land in the fields of Zeals, together with maintenance for her son Robert during her lifetime, in exchange for all her property in Coldcot, in the manor of Stourton.

[no title]  865/24  1372

Contents:
Quitclaim to Matthew de Clyvedon and Joan his wife, by John Malweyn son and heir of Robert Coterel, of all his interest in property in Coldcot, Stourton and Zeals. [...] Armorial Seal

[no title]  865/25  1376

2 copies.

Contents:
Fine of the manor of Zeals and houses and land in Mere, Coldcot [in Stourton], Zeals, Wolverton, and Little Amesbury, and Gasper.
Parties: Wykyng, Pykeryng, Combe, Clyvedon.

[no title]  865/26  1504

Contents:
Deed of partition between the heirs of John Clevedon esq.. Relates to property in Little Corton alias Cortyngton Druys', Tilshead, All Cannings, Allington in All Cannings, Woodborough, Snalborne, Fosbury, Collingbourne Abbot, Easton, Dinton, Heytesbury; and Weedon, Hardwick, [...] sthorn, Whitchurch, and Watteford (Bucks.); and Coldcot with Comyn in the manor of Stourton. [...] Armorial Seal
Parties: Hillersdon, More, Whytyng.

[no title]  865/27  1495-1649

Contents:
Sixteen deeds of property in Zeals, Bourton, Woodlands, Wolverton and Gasper.
Parties: Artour, Loine, Swettenham, Yeatman, Chafyn, Smythe, Decon, Stockes, Chaundler, Lucas, Crouch, Jupe, Martyn, Gibbs, Mayor, Barlow.

[no title]  865/28  1537-1794

Contents:
Forty deeds relating to houses in specified streets in Mere.
Parties: Duvall, Swayne, Smythe, Alye, Fesar, Chafyn, Gyldon, Foster, Hibbard, Mayor, Alford, Butt, Best, Fisher, Hunt, Perrett, Shadwell, Fry, Barnard, Forward, Gouldisbrough, Tayler, Forward, Hannam, Grove, Alford, Moores, Love, Hillier, Downe, Elmes, Carter, Coward, Clements, Goodden.

[no title]  865/29  1539-1779

Contents:
Twenty-five deeds of various houses and lands in Mere.
Parties: Duvall, Swayne, Smythe, Gentyll, Fesser, Baron, Thynne, Chafyn; Dean and chapter of Salisbury; Swetnam, Dodington, Awbrey, Alforde, Cowherde, Bysshope, Puloston, Hill alias Gallowhill, Martyn, Jupe, Adlam, Banister, Westlie, Piggott, Marchant, Tayler, Hibbard, Clarke, Lucas, Downe, Butt, Grove, Perman, Forward.

[no title]  865/30  1585

Contents:
Bargain and sale of a free chapel at Zeals Clivedon, late in the occupation of William Chafyn, gent..
Parties: Bower, Hill.

[no title]  865/31  1591

Contents:
Exemplification of verdict in a case relating to the demesne lands and other lands called the Frith, East Mead, the Worth, etc., in Zeals. (Hodges v. Crouch, Oborne, Thresher and Berkley.)

[no title]  865/32  [1597]

Contents:
Four copy deeds, 1539-1544, relating to a third part of the manor of Zeals Aylesbury; with a legal statement as to the descent of the manor to the Chafyn family, and a page of rough notes.
Parties: Dynham, Fitzwilliam, Babington.

[no title]  865/33  1656-1697

Contents:
Twenty-one deeds of property in Zeals, Woodlands and Wolverton.
Parties: Lewes, Hewitt, Rogers, Chafyn, Jupe, Hewish alias Deyer, Cuffe, Sheppard, Rogers alias Ball, Marchant, Bealing, Bunn, Bell, Best, Freke, Broadrep, Butt, Conyer, Doggerell, Farthing, Parfeett.

[no title]  865/34  1706-1737

Contents:
Twenty-four deeds of property in Zeals, Wolverton and Woodlands.
Parties: Chafyn, Bowne, Forward, Davison, Charlton, Hebditch, Street, Perfect, Foakes, Butt, Carter, Smith, Clavy, Jacob, Lamb, Sharp, Coward, Ford, Grove, Jefferys.

[no title]  865/35  1741-1787

Contents:
Eighteen deeds of property in Zeals, Wolverton and Woodlands.
Parties: Charlton, Hoare, Grove, Carter, Cross, Ellis, Faugoine, Smith, Dawe, Butt, Ford, Forward, Brickle, Welch, Portnell.

[no title]  865/36  c.1760

Contents:
Abstract of Richard Charlton's title to land in Zeals, 1711-1759.

[no title]  865/37  1866

Contents:
Copy draft conveyance of the site for a new parsonage house for St. Martin's, Zeals.
Parties: Grove, Ecclesiastical Commissioners.

[no title]  865/38  1372

Contents:
Lease of a cottage and curtilage in Mere.
Parties: Parkers, Hulle.

[no title]  865/39  1391

Contents:
Lease by Walter Parker and Edith his wife to John Kingesetle and Alice his wife, of land in Mere formerly Geoffrey le Frensshe's which they hold by lease of the lessors and of Benedict Litel and Argentina his wife with reversion to the lessors after the death of the said Benedict and Argentina. By the present deed, the land is to go after the death of John and Alice to Alice's daughter Edith.

[no title]  865/40  1648

Contents:
Lease of land named Ivymead, between Mere and Bourton, on which a house is to be built. With a covenant to preserve the waterfowl on the moat.
Parties: Chaffyn, Breathers.

[no title]  865/41  1780

Contents:
Counterpart lease of lands in Mere and the great tithes of Chaddenwick farm.

[no title]  865/42  1806

Contents:
Counterpart Lease of a house in Mere.
Parties: Grove, Robertson.

[no title]  865/43  20th cent

Contents:
Typescript copy lease (1871) of 20p. of land at Zeals, part of no. 172 on the estate map.

[no title]  865/44  1618-1695

Contents:
Four copies of court roll of the manor of Zeals Clivedon.
Parties: Guyer, Vyneing, King alias Perman, Welshe Smith, Stone, Hall, Chafin.

[no title]  865/45  1598-1676

Contents:
Four miscellaneous bonds to perform covenants, all relating to the Chafyn family.

Sedgehill  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/46  1657

Contents:
Release of four houses and lands in Sedgehill.
Parties: Grove.

[no title]  865/47  1682

Contents:
Warranty of good title to houses and lands in Sedgehill.
Parties: Grove.

[no title]  865/48  late 17th cent

Contents:
Abstract of title to lands at Chisenbury and Sedgehill, and at Melbury (Dorset) and Motcombe (Dorset), belonging to the Grove family.

[no title]  865/49  1726, 1731

Contents:
Two fines of houses and land in Sedgehill.
Parties: Steele, Cray, Good, Warren, Frowd, Dymock, Whittick.

[no title]  865/50  1736

Contents:
Lease of a house and farm in Sedgehill, late in the occupation of Josias Bridewell.
Parties: Grove, Brown.

[no title]  865/51  1743

Contents:
Marriage settlement and fine relating to property in Broughton (Hants.) and Sedgehill.
Parties: Steel, Bullock, Collins.

[no title]  865/52  1778

Contents:
Assignment of property in Sedgehill, originally (in 1688) the subject of a settlement after the marriage of John Grove of Chisenbury Priory esq. and Mary his wife, and now shortly to be mortgaged to the duke of Somerset.
Parties: Grove, Edward duke of Somerset, Thring.

[no title]  865/53  1781

Contents:
Recovery of property in Sedgehill.
Parties: Wakeford, Duill, Steele.

[no title]  865/54  1781

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage of houses and lands in Sedgehill.
Parties: Thring, Edward duke of Somerset, Grove, Steward.

[no title]  865/55  1786

Contents:
Lease of a farm in Sedgehill.
Parties: Grove, Bracher.

Chisenbury in Enford  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/56  1682

Contents:
Conveyance in trust of houses and land in Chisenbury Priory.
Parties: Grove, Denton, St. Amand, Ettrick.

[no title]  865/57  1682

Contents:
Conveyance of lands and property in Chisenbury, Chute and Sedgehill in exchange for an annuity of £200.
Parties: Grove.

[no title]  865/58  1717

Contents:
Lease of Chisenbury farm except the house.
Parties: Grove, Biggs.

[no title]  865/59  1724

Contents:
Lease for a year of the manor of Chisenbury Priory and a toft and culverhouse commonly called the Prebendary Court.
Parties: Grove, Chafin, Clarke, Weston, Sloper.

[no title]  865/60  1739

Contents:
Lease of a farm at Chisenbury Priors, and the great tithes, except the capital messuage occupied by High Grove, esq.
Parties: Grove, Rolph.

Warminster  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/61  1337

Contents:
Quitclaim by Walter in la More son of William in la More of Warminster to John Talbot of Trowbridge, of a house and a virgate of land in Warminster.

[no title]  865/62  1342

Contents:
Grant of a house and 2ac. 1r. land in Warminster.
Parties: Benet, Poulyn.

[no title]  865/63  1360

Contents:
Lease of an acre of land in Warminster field in the Ripweye.
Parties: Sounyng, Dene.

[no title]  865/64  1493

Contents:
Grant of a house and garden in Warminster to trustees, to provide the paschal and font tapers at the church of St. Denys, Warminster, and an obit for the soul of John Chafyn of Salisbury, gent..
Parties: Chafyn, Norres, Duke, Bovy, Byngley, Beche, Tysbury, Hynde.

[no title]  865/65  1525

Contents:
Conveyance in trust of a house and two gardens in Warminster on the east side of St. Laurence's chapel, 4ac. in the fields of Warminster and 1ac. in Clyffelde.
Parties: Chafyn, Yeo, Beche, Whitehed.

[no title]  865/66  1539

Contents:
Bond to perform covenants in an indenture of a cottage, apparently in Warminster.
Parties: Stybbys, Whytehede, Ayre, Pyrrye, Rawlyns, Wansye, Rankynge.

[no title]  865/67  1550

Contents:
Lease of copyhold lands in Warminster.
Parties: Chafyn, Dannyell.

[no title]  865/68  1569

Contents:
Grant of two houses in Warminster.
Parties: Chafyn, Dale.

Miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/69  1372

Contents:
Grant of lands in Broughton Gifford by Ralph de Olney rector of Broughton, William de Aston (or Afton) rector of Whaddon, Thomas de Greenhulle, and Simon Balsham, to Richard le Erle of Broughton Gifford.

[no title]  865/70  1394

Contents:
Quitclaim of two houses and three gardens in Broughton Gifford, by John de Grenhulle to John Gay and John Rayborgh.

[no title]  865/71  1404-1453

Contents:
Three grants of lands in Broughton Gifford called Wyghteslondes.
Parties: Gay, Rayborgh, Cheyne, Eyr, Neel, Shephurde, Batyn, Bourne, Grenyng, Tut, Dedmull, Marler, Wynbold, Chepman, Preter, Bole, Bangford, Scot.

[no title]  865/72  1403

Contents:
Grant by John Gore, John Gay, John Rayborough, William Shephurde, Roger Neel and Robert Bacyn of Broughton to Philip le Gay, of a house and land in Broughton Gifford which the donors had of Peter Cheyne and Robert Eyr.

[no title]  865/73  1300

Contents:
Quitclaim of William le Espec', John son of Henry le Espec', and William de Bacham', executors of the will of Henry de Schafton' le Espec', to Richard Pinnck citizen of New Salisbury, of a capital messuage in New Street, Salisbury, near the bridge leading to Fisherton.

[no title]  865/74  1426

Contents:
Quitclaim of lands in Burbage and West Grafton called Savage lands.
Parties: Mantell, Erle.

[no title]  865/75  [1431]

Contents:
Quitclaim by Thomas Payn to Robert [ - ] of his manor called 'Lusteshull' in Cowesfield, 'Nuton' and Dean, i Whiteparish.

[no title]  865/76  1478

Contents:
Grant of a house and a virgate of land in Barford St. Martin.
Parties: Gever, Chaffyn.

[no title]  865/77  1531-1579

Contents:
Seven deeds relating to a messuage or toft and lands and barn in Chicklade, and the advowson of the church.
Parties: Mompesson, Arnold, Pike, Clare alias Dominicke, Blackman, Wylde, Colthurst, Goddard, Wilmott.

[no title]  865/78  1563

Contents:
Bargain and sale of a close of pasture in Linley in Tisbury.
Parties: Chafyn, Page.

[no title]  865/79  1683

Archival history:
Purchased by Lieut. Col. E.G. Troyte Bullock in 1930 from a bookseller in Richmond, Surrey.

Contents:
Bargain and sale in trust, and to secure an annuity, of the manor and farm of West Hatch.
Parties: Hyde, North.

[no title]  865/80  1702

Contents:
Lease of a house and lands in Oare.
Parties: Button, Bennett.

[no title]  865/81  1711, 1723, 1741

Contents:
Five deeds of various lands in Marston in the parish of Potterne. The first relates also to a house in the Newport, Devizes, and a house called Rooses in Marston.
Parties: Franklin, Merewether, Edwards, Yates, Wade, Amor, Perry, Newman.

[no title]  865/82  1728

Contents:
Lease of a house and lands in Wootton Rivers, part of the manor of Milton Lilborne.
Parties: Naish, Mist.

Dorset  [no ref. or date]

Silton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/83  1793, 1795

Contents:
Bargain and sale, release conveyance in trust under the will of the late Edward duke of Somerset, of the manor of Silton, Silton farm, and property in Silton, Gillingham and Bourton (Dorset). Includes a schedule.
Parties: Hammersley, Buller, Walker, Sturt, Moysey, a Court, Thring.

[no title]  865/84  1859

Contents:
Assignment of three pieces of pasture land called Bull leys, Close mead and Little piece at Silton (Dorset).
Parties: Smith, Kempe, Hindley, Edward Adolphus duke of Somerset.

[no title]  865/85  1906

Contents:
Conveyance of two cottages and gardens at Silton (Dorset).
Parties: Brisley, Grove.

Gillingham  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/86  1562

Contents:
Bond for performance of covenants in a bargain and sale of lands in Gillingham (Dorset).
Parties: Thynne, Chafyn.

[no title]  865/87  1597

Contents:
Fine of lands in Gillingham, Milton, Pearston and Silton (Dorset).
Parties: Chafyn, Powell alias Apoel.

[no title]  865/88  1574-1758

Contents:
Seventeen deeds of land called Saddleborne in Gillingham (Dorset) to the west of the water called Pearswoodlake.
Parties: Powell, Butt, Shepperd, Moore alias Shepperd, Chafin, Kirton, Bishop, Perne, Grove, Symes, Harris.

[no title]  865/89  1678

Contents:
Lease of a house by the common called Saddleborne in Milton in Gillingham (Dorset), with 15ac. land.
Parties :Chafin.

[no title]  865/90  1718

Contents:
Lease by the charity trustees of 75ac. meadow and pasture at Hazelholt, late part of the forest of Gillingham.
Parties: Chafin, Clark, Harding, Down, Hill, Pitman.

[no title]  865/91  1803-1863

Contents:
Four copies of court roll, a declaration of trust and a deed to bar an entail, relating to four closes of meadow called Benley or Baynley (26ac.) and 3ac. inthe common fields near Woody Cross, all in Gillingham (Dorset).
Parties: Edward Adolphus eleventh duke of Somerset, Moysey, Curzon, Buller, Festing, Edward Adolphus twelfth duke of Somerset, Edward lord St. Maur, Sheridan, Graham.

Waddon in Portesham  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/92  1495, 1501

Contents:
Letters of attorney, and quitclaim of interest in the manor of West Waddon.
Parties: Newburgh, Gerard.

[no title]  865/93  1642

Contents:
Covenant to levy a fine of a fourth part of the manors of Broadway, Nottington, and Waddon (Dorset), and a fourth part of a third part of the manor of Trent (Som.).
Parties: Raynes, Southcott.

[no title]  865/94  1651

Contents:
Deed of partition between the co-heirs of Thomas Gerard, of Trent (Som.) esq. Bullen Raymes of Trent esq. and Elizabeth his wife to have the capital messuage and farm of West Waddon alias Gerards Waddon; Francis Wyndham of Awler (Som.) esq. and Ann his wife to have the manor and farm and advowson of Trent; Edward Hyde of West Hatch and Etheldred his wife to have half the manors and farms of Broadway Nottington and Thornhill in Broadway (Dorset); and John Wynter of Dyrham (Glos.) and Frances his wife to have the other half of the manors and farms of Broadway Nottington and Thornhill. With another agreement between Bullen Reymes and Francis Wyndham only.
Parties: Reymes, Wyndham, Hyde, Wynter, Phillips, Coker, Webb.

[no title]  865/95  c.1767

Contents:
Abstract of title of William Chafyn Grove to the estate at Waddon (Dorset), 1695-1767.

[no title]  865/96  1594-1698

Contents:
Twenty-four deeds relating to Smeddon farm in Portesham (Dorset). Includes a settlement before the marriage of Bullen Reymes the younger to Anne Coker, 1691.
Parties: Lambert, Wallis, Harvey, Whittroe, Travers, Ralfe, Meech, Bowdon, Trenchard, Ward, Coward, Garland, Samways, Dolbery, Richards, Reymes, Coker, Horlock, Napier, Chapple, Floyer, Gould, Mellior, Purchase.

[no title]  865/97  13th cent

Contents:
Grant of a virgate of land in West Waddon (Dorset) by Richard Crei son of Alexander Crei to Philip Walens and Deonisia his wife daughter of Richard Crei.

[no title]  865/98  1423

Contents:
Two grants of property (not described in detail) in Waddon (Dorset).
Parties: Martyn, Govytz, Hyne, Fauntleroy, Veel.

[no title]  865/99  1521

Contents:
Bargain and sale of a house and curtilage and little close adjoining in West Waddon.
Parties: Kete, Twynyho.

[no title]  865/100  1538

Contents:
Agreement to exchange lands in West Waddon, West Totton, and West Chickerell, for lands in Little Chesilbourne, 'Wyrdesforde' and 'Develyshe' (?Dewlish), all in Dorset. A copy, with a note that the original was in the hands of the heirs of John Bayly, 'with home hath marryed on Henry Gane, sometime servant to Mr. James Hanam'.
Parties: Twineho, Jerarde.

[no title]  865/101  1571-1641

Contents:
Three deeds of a house in West Waddon alias Gerards Waddon near the mansion house, a garden adjacent, and 1ac. meadow in Broad Mead.
Parties: Gerard, Bugg, Trenchard, Wallys, Murry.

[no title]  865/102  1582, 1625

Contents:
Two deeds of a house and lands in West Waddon.
Parties: Gerard, Harvey.

[no title]  865/103  1595-1663

Contents:
Four deeds relating to a house in West Waddon near the manor house, with a close of pasture (3ac.) and another close called Collhill.
Parties: Gerard, Stone, Reymes, Clench.

[no title]  865/104  1618

Contents:
Fine of property in West Waddon, Portesham, Broadway and Nottingham (Dorset).
Parties: Sidenham, Loveson, Strangeways, Trenchard, Strode, Cover, Gerard.

[no title]  865/105  1637-1709

Contents:
Six deeds and copy will of Benjamin Squibb of Barwick in the parish of Swire, Dorset (1683), relating to houses and lands in Pitcher Waddon in the manor of Portesham (Dorset). With an abstract of title and memorandum, c. 1696.
Parties: Trenchard, Seyman, Henvyle, Matthew, Rowland, Pearse, Squibb, Gibbon, Mathew, Chafin.

[no title]  865/106  1638, 1704, 1714

Contents:
Three deeds of a house and lands in Pitcher Waddon.
Parties: Trenchard, Rose, Meech alias Deering, Wallis alias Hazard, Chafin.

[no title]  865/107  1685

Contents:
Fine of property in Waddon.
Parties: Clench, Reymes.

[no title]  865/108  1693, 1709

Contents:
Two deeds relating to two houses in Pitcher Waddon.
Parties: Mathew, Bampfylde, Gibbon, Pley.

[no title]  865/109  1731

Contents:
Fine of two houses and five cottages and land in Waddon, Portesham and Abbotsbury (Dorset).
Parties: St. Lo, Mohun, Grove.

[no title]  865/110  1772

Contents:
Settlement before the marriage of Charles Hawkins jr. and Mary Hoskins, both of Pitchers Waddon (Dorset). Relates to a house called Genges and lands in Pitchers Waddon.

[no title]  865/111  1561-1707

Contents:
Ten miscellaneous deeds of Waddon properties.
Parties: Gerard, Damian, Stone, Preke, Churchill, Parkin, Reymes, Wyndham, Rawlins, Silly, Chipp, Keate, Harvey, Richards, Samways, Russell, Browne, Chafin.

[no title]  865/112  1622-1792

Contents:
Nine leases and five other papers relating to the farm of Gerards Waddon alias West Waddon.
Parties: Gerard, Patie, Coker, Kerton, Bridle, Reymes, Windham, Neech, Napier, Grove, Kelloway, Wallis.

[no title]  865/113  1628, 1647

Contents:
Two leases of a close of pasture called Collhill, adjoining two other closes also called Collhill, in West Waddon in Portesham (Dorset).
Parties: Reymes, Windham, Gerard, Stone.

[no title]  865/114  1654

Contents:
Lease of pasture land and grazing rights in West Waddon.
Parties: Reymes, Coker.

[no title]  865/115  1667-1710

Contents:
Four assignments of lands in Pitcher Waddon alias Little Waddon.
Parties: Bartrum, Rose, Randall, Wallis.

Melcombe Regis and Weymouth  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/116  1773

Contents:
Draft or rough copy mortgage of property in Melcombe Regis (Dorset). Apparently for a Weymouth election. With three blank indentures.
Parties: Luttrell, Grove.

[no title]  865/117  18th cent

Contents:
Blank lease and release form, endorsed "Weymouth. The Right Honble. Lord Waltham to ...". Presumably for a conveyance of burgage property at an election.

[no title]  865/118  1780

Contents:
Lease of a coach house and stable in Weymouth and Melcombe Regis (Dorset), bounded on the west by Maiden Street and on the east by New Street.
Parties: Grove, Payne.

Miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/119  1442

Contents:
Agreement to exchange two closes in West Chelborough (Dorset) called Westmathewes and Westhamelholte.
Parties: Kymer, Osmond.

[no title]  865/120  1877, 1881

Contents:
Two conveyances of cottages at West Chelborough (Dorset.
Parties: Rendall, Baskett, Crew, Bartlett, Akerman.

[no title]  865/121  1397

Contents:
Lease of a house and a ferling of land in Motcombe (Dorset), by William son of Richard Bolt to John son of Roger atte More.

[no title]  865/122  1642

Contents:
Assignment of a dyehouse, stable and fuel house in the parish of All Saints, Dorchester (Dorset).
Parties: Moorecocke, Bury.

[no title]  865/123  1650, 1664

Contents:
Two deeds relating to Hawne farm in Gussage St. Michael (Dorset).
Parties: Hyde, Younge alias Edmonds, Chafyn.

[no title]  865/124  1659

Contents:
Assignment of a close called Goat Hill in Rodden in Abbotsbury (Dorset).
Parties: Keate, Harvy.

[no title]  865/125  c.1666

Contents:
Note of the title to the manor of Causeway (Dorset).

[no title]  865/126  1666-1689

Contents:
Two miscellaneous bonds and a letter of attorney relating to the Reymes and Pley families.

[no title]  865/127  1691

Contents:
Mortgage of Mappowder farm in Mappowder (Dorset).
Parties: Reymes, Coker.

[no title]  865/128  1690

Contents:
Mortgage of lands in Sturminster Newton (Dorset). Refers also to lands in Fittleford and Okeford Fitzpaine.
Parties: Brayne, White, Chafyn.

[no title]  865/129  17th cent

Contents:
Copy Inquisition post mortem of the property of Alice de Goviz in Dorset; dated 28 July 4 Edw. 1 (1276); but the copyist has twice written Anno 4 Edw. 2 (1310).

[no title]  865/130  1711

Contents:
Presentation of William Combe to the rectory of Luccombe (Dorset).

[no title]  865/131  1743

Contents:
Lease of a water grist mill at Halstock (Dorset).
Parties: Hollis, Burdett.

[no title]  865/132  1770

Contents:
Lease of the advowson of Melbury Abbas (Dorset).
Parties: Henry lord Arundell, Smith.

[no title]  865/133  1771

Contents:
Lease for a year of a capital messuage and farm, called Waby house otherwise Bayard, in Upwey (Dorset).
Parties: Grove, Tomkins.

[no title]  865/134  1890

Contents:
Copy agreement for tenancy of a house at Corscombe (Dorset).
Parties: Beaton, Dodge.

Somerset  [no ref. or date]

Coker  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/135  1698

Contents:
Bargain and sale of a house in East Coker called Lehurne.
Parties: Gyles, Hedges.

[no title]  865/136  1710

Contents:
Copy fine of two houses and lands in East and North Coker, (Som.).
Parties: Ruddocke, Morton.

[no title]  865/137  1818, 1859, 1861

Contents:
Four miscellaneous deeds of property in East Coker (Som.).

[no title]  865/138  1827

Contents:
Copy draft assignment of half a mortgage debt of £3,000 secured on lands in East Coker and Yeovil (Som.).
Parties: Daniell, Hutchings, Bales, Williams.

[no title]  865/139  1836

Contents:
Contract to purchase the East Coker estate.
Parties: Hutchings, Bullock.

[no title]  865/140  1876

Contents:
Draft lease of Hewhill house in West Coker (Som.).
Parties: Bullock, Balmain.

Miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/141  1218

Contents:
Warranty by Eustace de Dureville to Roger de Ford for lands in Clopton ? Stoke Trister, Somerset.

[no title]  865/142  1343

Contents:
Conveyance to master Edmund de Aulton and Robert de Echelhamton of all sir Adam de la Forde's moveable and immoveable goods in the lands and houses in Clapton ? in Stoke Trister and Wincanton which he has already conveyed to them. [...] Armonial Seal.

[no title]  865/143  1627

Contents:
Inquisition post mortem of Thomas Bithesea, gent.. Property on Congresbury, Lawrence Wyke, Hutton and Wincanton (all in Som.).

[no title]  865/144  1732

Contents:
Exchange of lands in Felton in Winford (Som.).
Parties: Elton, Naish, Child.

[no title]  865/145  c.1880

Contents:
Draft settlement by Miss J.E.C. Grove of the rectoral tithes of Wincanton for the benefit of the vicarage there.

Other counties  [no ref. or date]

Berkshire  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/146  1545

Contents:
Bargain and sale of a manor or farm in Sonning (Berks.) called Mayden Erles or Wudhatcher.

[no title]  865/147  1679

Contents:
Lease of the great tithes of a farm called Lowys in Cookham (Berks.).
Parties: Weldon, Ray.

[no title]  865/148  1680

Contents:
Lease of a house and lands, part of the manor of Kingsweston, in Henbury (Glos.).
Parties: Greene, Legg.

Gloucestershire  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/149  1694-1739

Contents:
Copy will of Edward Browne of Bristol gent., 1693, proved P.C.C. 1694. Mentions property in Gaunts Earthcott and Almondsbury (Glos.), and Milton Havering, Milton Lilborne, Milton Abbotts and Wootton Rivers. Also two assignments and an unexecuted lease of property in Gaunts Earthcott.
Parties: Stephens, Naish, Millett, Blanch.

[no title]  865/150  1680

Contents:
Draft release of 6ac. meadow near Bishops Moor and a parrock (1ac.) near the windmill in Hallend, in Henbury (Glos.).
Parties: Whitson, Cole, Bond, Watkins.

[no title]  865/151  1682

Contents:
Draft assignment of lease of two closes of pasture called the Hanging Crofts in Henbury (Glos.).
Parties: Heskins, Astry.

[no title]  865/152  c.1682

Contents:
Copy declaration of uses relating to the sale of a house called the Lodge in Alveston (Glos.) to be given to Susannah Standfast daughter of Richard Standfast, prebendary of Bristol cathedral.

[no title]  865/153  1686

Contents:
Certified copy mortgage (1653) and release and marriage settlement (1656) relating to Kemys house and various lands in Stoke Harris in Stoke Gifford (Glos.).
Parties: Berkeley, Vickris, Symes.

Bristol  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/154  1713

Contents:
Certified copy appointment of Edward Naish gent. as one of the Queen's waiters in the port of Bristol, 1702.

[no title]  865/155  1730-1735

Contents:
Copy legal papers relating to the disputed will of Dr. Charles Sloper late prebendary of Bristol cathedral, and release of the Bishop's gatehouse adjoining the Dean's house on College green alias St. Augustine's green, Bristol, and assignment of a coachhouse, stable and brewhouse erected on a piece of ground called the Bishop's park in the parish of St. Augustine.
Parties: Rich, Foster, Yate, Walter, Mountjoy, Becher, Elton, Jefferis, Earle, Donning, Price, Nash, Taylor, Foy, Grove.

Hampshire  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/156  1597-1680

Contents:
Thirteen deeds of property in Titchfield and Alverstoke and in Forton in Alverstoke (Hants.); with ten associated financial papers. Includes a conveyance of the materials of a windmill at Gosport in Alverstoke, 1634 (no details)
Parties: White, Mervin, Broomfield, Alcock, Carter, Marsh, Cruyes, Barlowe, Stroude, Lewis, Peachey, Serrett, Maior, Chafyn.

[no title]  865/157  1623

Contents:
Grant by James [...] I to Ralph Barlowe professor of theology and Christian his wife, of an annuity of 50s. from the capital messuage or manor of Little Catcombe (Hants.) and property in Copnor, Milton, Portsea, Charke, Ferton, Alverstoke, Portsmouth, Bramshott, and Kilmeston (Hants.), and the wardship of Anne and Elizabeth Marsh daughters of the late William Marsh gent..

[no title]  865/158  1675

Contents:
Bill for repairs to Gatcombe farm, Isle of Portsea, (Hants.), by the order of Mrs. Lucy Chafyn.

Middlesex  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/159  1630

Contents:
Lease of a woodhouse at the water gate in the inner part of the Savoy hospital next the Thames (Middx.).
Parties: Master and chaplains perpetual of the Savoy; Margaret lady Mordent.

[no title]  865/160  1665

Contents:
Assignment of a house in St. James's park (Mddx.) as security for performance of covenants in articles of agreement with Lucy Chafyn of Zeals, widow.
Parties: Chiffinch, Chafyn, Orvies, Andrewes.

Miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/161  1640, 1679, 1705

Contents:
Three bonds for performance of covenants.
Parties: Wallis, Coward, Bell, Chafin, Loder, Delacourt, Seward.

Estate  [no ref. or date]

Surveys  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/162  16th cent

Contents:
Survey of Zeals and Woodlands (2 pp.).

[no title]  865/163  [c.1550]

Contents:
Survey of the manor of Zeals Aylesbury, (4 pp.), and survey of the demesne lands (1 p.).

[no title]  865/164  1552, 1585

Contents:
Volume containing two surveys of the manor of Zeals Aylesbury, 1552 and 1585, with an enrolment of some of the tenants' copies.

[no title]  865/165  1568

Contents:
Survey of the lands of Thomas Chafyn esq. at Mere Woodlands. 8 pp..

[no title]  865/166  1570

Contents:
Survey of lands Mr. Chafyn died seised of and the rents they were then let at. 1p..

[no title]  865/167  1575

Contents:
Survey of the manor of Zeals Clevedon. 7pp..

[no title]  865/168  1572

Contents:
Survey of the demesne lands of the manor of Zeals Cliveden. 3pp..

[no title]  865/169  [17th cent.]

Contents:
List of chantry rents in Mere.

[no title]  865/170  [17th cent.]

Contents:
Two lists of holders of meadow ground in Mere.

[no title]  865/171  1620, c.1630

Contents:
Three surveys of Mere parsonage lands, 1 p. each.

[no title]  865/172  1649-18th cent

Contents:
Four surveys of land in Mere. A few pp. each.

[no title]  865/173  1650

Contents:
Parliamentary survey of the parsonage and manor of Mere. Detailed, with abstracts of deeds.

[no title]  865/174  1663

Contents:
Abstract of lands, tithes, etc., belonging to Mere parsonage. 3pp..

[no title]  865/175  c1700

1 small vol.

Contents:
(Open) [...] Survey of Mere fields by William Wickham: arranged under tenants, in tabular form, it shows which lands were sown to wheat in each of four years, with (probably) the measurement in acres and roods.

[no title]  865/176  18th cent

Contents:
Valuation of properties in Zeals.

[no title]  865/177  1727

Contents:
Survey of Thomas Chafin's estate at Mere (1p.; values only).

[no title]  865/178  1771

Two copies.

Contents:
Terrier of Mere parsonage held by William Chafyn Grove esq. by a lease from the dean of Salisbury. Very detailed.

[no title]  865/179  [late 18th cent.]

Contents:
List of Lammas tithes payable at Mere.

[no title]  865/180  1913

1 vol.

Contents:
Terrier of the Zeals and Silton, Waddon and Sedghill estates.

[no title]  865/181  1530

Contents:
Two pages of an incomplete survey of the manor of Warminster. (extract from manor court book.)

[no title]  865/182  c.1500

Contents:
Survey of lands at Bulford, probably belonging to William Chafyn. 1 fo.

[no title]  865/183  16th cent

Contents:
Survey of lands and tithes in Easton, Grafton and Bedwyn. (2pp.)

[no title]  865/184  [early 18th cent.]

Contents:
Survey and valuation of Esq. Grove's, Mr. Case's and Mr. Hawking's lands in Little Waddon, before and after a new division of the lands (acreage and value only). Spp. This is a book of reference to a missing map or set of maps.

[no title]  865/185  1834-1877

Contents:
Eleven short particulars and valuations of the property at Corscombe (Dorset).

[no title]  865/186  1669

Contents:
Survey of the lands of Edward Hyde, esq., at Wells, Bicknell Swell, Fivehead and Curland. 2 pp.

[no title]  865/187  18th cent

Contents:
Survey of copyholds belonging to the Duchy of Cornwall, in the manors of Milton Falconbridge, Stoke-sub-Hamdon (Som.) and Langton Herring (Dorset).

[no title]  865/188  1855

Contents:
Two small valuations of the Dean and Chapter of Exeter(s estate at East Coker (Som.) and a rental of East Coker manor (1p.).

[no title]  865/189  1863

Contents:
Survey and valuation of the Fairfield stogursey, Som.). Detailed general description of soil, timber, farms, etc., but individual properties not mentioned.

Rentals  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/190  1464

Contents:
Rental of Zeals Clivedon, Over Zeals and Wolverton, and Gasper in Stourton.

[no title]  865/191  1477

Contents:
Rental of Zeals Clivedon, Wolverton, Nether Zeals and Woodlands, and Gasper in Stourton.

[no title]  865/192  1560

Contents:
Rental of lands at Zeals Ailesbury, Zeals Clevedon, and Woodlands in Mere.

[no title]  865/193  1562

Contents:
Rental of property at Zeals.

[no title]  865/194  1565

Contents:
Rental of property of Thomas Chafyn sr. esq. at Zeals, Wolverton, Mere and Woodlands.

[no title]  865/195  1566

Contents:
Rental of Zeals, Mere and Woodlands, made for Thomas Chafyn son., esq.. 1 membrane.

[no title]  865/196  1586

Contents:
Rental of the manors of Norton Ferris and Kilmington. 7 pp.

[no title]  865/197  [16th cent.]

Contents:
Rental of Bourton. 2 pp.

[no title]  865/198  1632-1637, 1649

Contents:
Rent book showing successive payments of rent on property in Zeals and Mere, tithe grass sold in 1632, and chantry rents in arrear in 1649.

[no title]  865/199  1666, 1667, 1673

Contents:
[Mere] Three half-yearly rentals of the Parsonage tenants.

[no title]  865/200  1667

Contents:
Rental of the manor of Zeals Clevedon, Wolverton and Zeals.

[no title]  865/201  1673

Contents:
Rental of the manor of Zeals Clevedon.

[no title]  865/202  1680

Contents:
Rent roll for the manor of Zeals and [Mere] parsonage.

[no title]  865/203  1687

Contents:
Rental of Mere parsonage lands.

[no title]  865/204  1691

Contents:
Rent roll, endorsed "Parsonage 1691".

[no title]  865/205  1691

Contents:
Rent roll of the manor of Zeals.

[no title]  865/206  1693

Contents:
Rental of property at Zeals.

[no title]  865/207  [c.1700]

Contents:
Rent or rate roll (Zeals).

[no title]  865/208  1709

Contents:
Rental of Madam Chafin's property at Zeals.

[no title]  865/209  1715-1719

Contents:
Five rentals, Zeals.

[no title]  865/210  1724-1765

Contents:
Rent book of Hugh Grove's property.

[no title]  865/211  18th cent

Contents:
Rental of the estate of Thomas Chafyn at Zeals Clivedon.

[no title]  865/212  18th cent

Contents:
List of rents (or rates). [Zeals]

[no title]  865/213  18th cent

Contents:
List of rents (or rates or tithes) on lands in Chaddenwick, Mere and Zeals.

[no title]  865/214  1869

Contents:
Rental of Corscombe (Dorset) property.

[no title]  865/215  1869-1882

Contents:
Rentals of the Dorset estates of George Bullock, esq. and George Troyte Bullock, esq..

[no title]  865/216  1884-1905

Contents:
Three rentals of property at Zeals, Sedghill, and Silton and Portesham (Dorset), and two letters.

[no title]  865/217  1901-1911

Contents:
Rentals of the estates at Zeals, Silton, Sedgehill and Waddon of George Troyte Chafyn Grove, esq..

Rates  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/218  1588

Contents:
Rate assessment for Mere and Woodlands.

[no title]  865/219  1589

Contents:
"Mere. A note of the rates of all the Ingrounds as well old as new made the last day of July 1589 to serve for Lammas day after the date hereof."

[no title]  865/220  1585

Contents:
An agreement about Mere parsonage farm rates, with depositions about which land was mown.

[no title]  865/221  17th cent

Contents:
Rate assessment (place not stated).

[no title]  865/222  17th cent

Contents:
Two lists of names, some the same on both lists, possibly for rent or rating purposes.

[no title]  865/223  1620

Contents:
'A book of rates for Lammas tithe', Mere. Meadow Lands described by name, but generally no acreage given.

[no title]  865/224  1664, 1667

Contents:
Four rates for a royal aid, Zeals, 1664, and Woodlands, 1667.

[no title]  865/225  1701

Contents:
Estates of Madam Chafin and her son, Thomas Chafin esq. [at Mere] as rated for the poor.

[no title]  865/226  1717, 1732

Contents:
Two rates for Zeals. Prob. Poor rates.

[no title]  865/227  1727

Contents:
Land tax assessment, East Coker (Som.).

Maps and plans  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/228  c.1700?

Contents:
Sketch plan of lands around Captain Taylor Penney's land at Weymouth (Dorset).

[no title]  865/229  1795

Contents:
Draft map of the Silton (Dorset) estate, by J.Wilkins of Rowde nr. Devizes.

[no title]  865/230  1795

Contents:
Plan of the Silton estate, Dorset. A survey by John Wiggins in 1813 refers to it.

[no title]  865/231  1813

Contents:
Copy of the above, by John Wiggins.

[no title]  865/232  1813

Contents:
Map of lands in Mere held on lives under the duke of Somerset.

[no title]  865/233  19th cent

Contents:
Small plan of fields at Silton (Dorset).

[no title]  865/234  1862

Contents:
Folder containing maps of the Chisenbury (in Enford) and Sedgehill estates. Indicating free - and leasehold lands - Based on tithe maps.

[no title]  865/235  1870

Contents:
Plan of lands at Sedgehill proposed to be exchanged between the dowager marchioness of Westminster and Miss Chafyn Grove.

[no title]  865/236  late 19th cent

Contents:
Small plan of fields in Zeals belonging to Miss Chafyn Grove.

[no title]  865/237  late 19th cent

Contents:
Small plan showing four fields in Mere belonging to Miss Chafyn Grove, adjoining a field belonging to the Duchy of Cornwall.

[no title]  865/238  c.1910

Contents:
Part of O.S. 2½" map, Wilts LXII N.E., with the Zeals estate coloured in two lots.

[no title]  865/239  1920

Contents:
Map to accompany sale particulars of the North Coker estate. In East Coker, Somerset.

[no title]  865/240  1925

Contents:
Three small plans of land near Zeals House, apparently made for sale particulars.

Sale particulars  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/241  1936

Contents:
Printed sale particulars, Higher Corton farm, Portesham.

Accounts  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/242  early 16th cent

Contents:
Five quittances for the accounts of William Chafyn farmer of the demesne lands at Bulford.

[no title]  865/243  16th - 17th cent

Contents:
Five miscellaneous estate accounts and receipts, Chafyn family, and one for Thomas Chafyn, collector of revenues for Warminster.

[no title]  865/244  1648

Contents:
Quittance for the farm of the manors of Zeals Clevedon and Woodlands and land in Mere.

[no title]  865/245  early (17th, 1678)

Contents:
Two Vouchers to estate accounts.

[no title]  865/246  1690

Contents:
Rent account, with memorandum of uncollected rents. [Probably Zeals, and Mere parsonage.]

[no title]  865/247  [c.1700]

Contents:
List of tithes paid [Zeals].

[no title]  865/248  1766-1790

Contents:
Account book, chiefly payments to estate workmen, 1766-80, but at the end are a number of pages of estate receipts, 1780-90, and a few miscellaneous memoranda, pub. Zeals & Mere.

[no title]  865/249  1772-1792

Contents:
Account book of William Chafyn Grove's estates. (See also 865/415, iii.) Mere and [...] Sedgehull

[no title]  865/250  c.1804

Contents:
Rough note book of tenants' rents at Zeals, Mere and Chisenbury.

[no title]  865/251  1807

Contents:
Account of sale at East Coker of the household goods of Mrs. Ann Ryall deceased, with the prices realised.

[no title]  865/252  1851-1856

Contents:
Account book, W.C. Grove, esq., in account with John Green (carpenter's, blacksmith's and sawyer's work on the Zeals estate).

[no title]  865/253  1853

Contents:
Three financial schedules relating to the Zeals estate, 1852-53.

[no title]  865/254  1853-1873

Contents:
Lawyers' bills for the estates of the Bullock family.

[no title]  865/255  1855-1860

Contents:
Rough note book of payments of cottage, garden, and quit rents. Probably Mere or Zeals.

[no title]  865/256  1859-1897

Contents:
Four audit books and two ledger books of estate expenditure, Messrs. Rawlence and Squarey for the Zeals estate.

[no title]  865/257  1862

Contents:
Thirteen vouchers for materials supplied and estate work done. Endorsed "bills relating to Waterhouse farm buildings in Devonshire".

[no title]  865/258  1869-1882

Contents:
Estate accounts, (Dorset estates of George Troyte Bullock, esq.) chiefly rents payable by tenants with disbursements to be offset against them.

[no title]  865/259  1875-1883

Contents:
Cash accounts, Edwin Slade in account with George Troyte Bullock, esq. (as land agent).

[no title]  865/260  1876-1910

Contents:
Accounts, valuations and other estate and financial papers relating chiefly to the Zeals estate.

[no title]  865/261  1885-1891

Contents:
Cash accounts, George Troyte Bullock, esq. with Messrs. Rawlence and Squarey.

[no title]  865/262  1886-1888

Contents:
Three cash accounts, two balance sheets and two valuations of stock, relating to Parsonage farm, Mere.

[no title]  865/263  1886-1891

Contents:
Accounts for J. Green's labour on the Zeals estate.

[no title]  865/264  1886-1897

Contents:
Audit sheets of the Wiltshire and Dorset estates of Miss Julia Chafyn Grove and then of George Troyte Chafyn Grove esq., (formerly George Troyte Bullock).

[no title]  865/265  1886-1908

Contents:
Accounts of rectorial tithes and tithe rent charges on the property in Mere of Miss Julia Chafyn Grove and then of George Troyte Chafyn Grove esq. (and one or two for Zeals, etc.).

[no title]  865/266  1890

Contents:
Cash account, Prospect farm (not identified).

[no title]  865/267  1891

Contents:
Statement of the gross annual income and outgoings of the late Miss Julia Chafyn Grove.

[no title]  865/268  1892, 1893

Contents:
Lawyers' accounts, letters, etc., relating to the tenancy of Zeals house and other estate and financial matters.

[no title]  865/269  1910

Contents:
Cash account for the mansion (i.e. maintenance of Zeals house) and shooting, Aug. 1909 - Jan. 1910.

Correspondence  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/270  16th cent., 1610-1713

Contents:
Letters between members of the Chafyn family and others on family and estate business.

[no title]  865/271  1681-1682

Contents:
Letters about the marriage of Rachel Chiffinch of Salisbury, niece of William Chafyn of Zeals, to Henry Coker of the Temple, London, son of Sir Henry Coker of Mappowder (Dorset). Chiefly written to William Chafyn by his cousin William Coward of Wells and by Henry Coker; and dealing with the provision of £200 p.a. jointure out of Hill Deverill farm.

[no title]  865/272  1818-1852

Contents:
Rent accounts and correspondence to do with Robert White's tenure of Zeals farm.

[no title]  865/273  1840

Contents:
Two estimates and three letters about the enlargement of the rectory at Sutton Bingham Somerset.

[no title]  865/274  1849-1884

Contents:
Estate and legal papers and correspondence relating to the property of Samuel Hutchings, esq., of Wenham house, Cullompton (Devon).

[no title]  865/275  1850-1900

Contents:
Correspondence and estate papers relating to the East Coker and Yeovil (Som.) estates.

[no title]  865/276  1872-1874

Contents:
About twenty letters and other papers about a proposed exchange of lands at East Coker between G. Bullock esq. and W. Helyar.

[no title]  865/277  1883-1911

Contents:
Estate and household vouchers, correspondence, etc, mainly North Coker and Yeovil Marsh (Som.).

[no title]  865/278  1886-1913

Contents:
Correspondence relating to Zeals house and the Wilts. and Dorset estates.

[no title]  865/279  1888-1889

Contents:
Four letters and a memorandum about the use of water for watercress beds and water meadows at Silton (Dorset).

Miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/280  16th cent

Contents:
Rough notes on the descent of the manor of Zeals.

[no title]  865/281  1541

Contents:
List of the number of beasts (chiefly oxen) grazed by various people in the 'Ynlese'. Probably Mere or Zeals. (In lease)

[no title]  865/282  1583

Contents:
List of people agreeing to a modus for tithe hay, Mere.

[no title]  865/283  16th cent. - 1821

Contents:
Miscellaneous estate papers, chiefly relating to Mere and Zeals, incl. a warrant for the rent of Mere parsonage 1650. [...] Vira modus late [...] (18th

[no title]  865/284  [17th cent.]

Contents:
List of complaints against the bailiff of Gillingham forest.

[no title]  865/285  [c.1624]

Contents:
Petition by William Chafyn esq. against the ranger of Gillingham forest hunting in the woods and on the lands at Zeals.

[no title]  865/286  1657

Contents:
Letter about 80 ac. of land in Gillingham forest to be put aside for the poor of Mere during the enclosure.

[no title]  865/287  1670

Contents:
Note of grounds that were mowed in Mere in the summer of 1670.

[no title]  865/288  1690, 1695

Contents:
Order for double assessment of the estates of William Chafin of Zeals, esq., a non-juror, and lifting of the order after his death.

[no title]  865/289  1711

Contents:
List of underleases of the manor of the parsonge of Mere.

[no title]  865/290  1714

Contents:
List of tenants who have purchased property belonging to Mere parsonage from Thomas Chafin esq..

[no title]  865/291  [after 1716]

Contents:
List of leaseholders, with lives but no description of property. Probably Zeals.

[no title]  865/292  1722

Contents:
Receipt and memorandum about work done for Thomas Chafin, Esq., possibly at Zeals by Nathanial Ireson, architect + [...] bubler.

[no title]  865/293  1743

Contents:
List of land tax for four hundreds - Warminster, Dunworth, Heytesbury and Mere. Gives the total for each parish.

[no title]  865/294  1781

Contents:
Architectural drawing, with detailed measurements, of "frontispiece to entrance from garden for William Chafyn Grove esq. at Zeals". By Joseph Saunders, 10 Edgeware road near the Oxford turnpike (Mddx.).

[no title]  865/295  18th cent

Contents:
A list of Chafyn deeds and estate papers, 1569 - 1694.

[no title]  865/296  1853-1895

Contents:
Estate papers relating mainly to Corscombe and Chelborough (Dorset) including Corscombe Church restoration, 1877 (J. Mountford Allen architect, and W. Chilborough Church restoration with plans C. B. Benson, architect, 1873 with letter by bishop John 1888 in W. Chilborough [...] glibe

[no title]  865/297  1858-1915

Contents:
Miscellaneous estate and financial papers. Incl valuation of land for Zeals rectory 1866, order of E. Coker union [...] Society, Som. 1870; Sale plan property in Mere village [...] 1802 only [...] (20

[no title]  865/298  1859-1883

Contents:
Nine papers about the ownership and eventual sale of lands in Chisenbury.

[no title]  865/299  1861-1883

Contents:
Five papers relating to the Zeals estate.

[no title]  865/300  1863-1879

Contents:
Estate papers, including a few small plans and surveys; mainly Silton (Dorset), Zeals and Mere.

[no title]  865/301  1866, 1886

Contents:
Printed copy Act empowering the rev. Edward Berkeley Troyte's trustees to rebuild Huntsham Court (Devon), and an order appointing new trustees.

[no title]  865/302  1870-1910

Contents:
Miscellaneous estate papers, many of them lists of lands taken from tithe awards, relating to property at East Coker and Yeovil Marsh.

[no title]   [...] 865/303  1873

Contents:
Three architect's drawings for stalls in the chancel of Zeals church. One is signed by J. Mountford Allen.

[no title]  865/304  1876-1912

Contents:
About forty miscellaneous financial and estate papers, Somerset and Dorset estates.

[no title]  865/305  1880-1913

Contents:
About twenty estate papers relating to Dorset property.

[no title]  865/306  1882

Contents:
Printed copy trust deed, 1834, of Rodbard's charity, relating to lands in West Coker. George Troyte Bullock esq. one of the trustees.

[no title]  865/307  1883-1886

Contents:
Eight miscellaneous papers relating to Miss Grove's estate at Mere.

[no title]  865/308  1885-1910

Contents:
About sixty estate papers relating to Miss Grove's estate at Mere.

[no title]  865/309  1891

Contents:
Estimate and plan for a proposed water supply for a house at Yeovil marsh.

[no title]  865/310  19th cent

Contents:
Three plans and elevations of unidentified estate cottages.

[no title]  865/311  1908

Contents:
Plan and elevation of proposed new cottages at Zeals.

[no title]  865/312  1940, 1941

Contents:
Two small maps and a particular and two letters, about the requisitioning of land at Zeals and Stourton by the [...] Ministry.

Mere Chantry  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/313  [c.1500]

Contents:
Letter from Simon Clement of Westbury to William Chafyn of Bulford about the appointment of a priest (for Mere).

[no title]  865/314  1548

Contents:
Inventory of chantry goods sold to Thomas Chafyn of Mere (printed in W.A.M., vol. xxii, pp. 318-329; but the transcript is inaccurate). Chantries in Aldbourne, Alton in Figheldean, Bradford, Calne, Chippenham, Devizes, Enford, Eastcott in Urchfont, Malmesbury, Marlborough, Mere, Norridge in Upton Scudamore, North Bradley, Salisbury, Shalbourne and Trowbridge.

[no title]  865/315  1510-1513

Contents:
Accounts of Mere chantry. 3pp.

[no title]  865/316  1555

Contents:
Rental of Sir John Thynne's Mere chantry lands.

[no title]  865/317  1590-1639

Contents:
Ten papers relating to Mere chantry and chantry lands.

[no title]  865/318  1631

1 vol.

Contents:
Rent roll, (Mere) chantry rents. Only a few lands named.

[no title]  865/319  1631

Contents:
Short survey and valuation of Mere chantry lands. 55pp.

[no title]  865/320  1635

Contents:
Three papers about the claims of Thomas Awbrey and Richard Chafyn esq. to an aisle in Mere church part of the Berkeley chantry.

Manorial  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/321  1532, 1556-1695
Language:  Arabic

Contents:
Two court books of the manors of Zeals Clevedon and Zeals Ailesbury and an incomplete survey of the manor of Mere, [...] park 1532, bound into one volume. [...] With letter by John Batten, [...] yeovil John, [...] antiquerian 1893

[no title]  865/322  1542-1567

Contents:
Court rolls of four courts of the manors of Zeals Clevedon and Zeals Ailesbury, 1542, 1558, 1566, 1567.

[no title]  865/323  1700-1882

Contents:
Court book of the manor of Zeals Clevedon.

[no title]  865/324  1605-1737

Contents:
Seven court papers of the manor of Zeals Cliveden (rough, only 1 or 2 pp. each).

[no title]  865/325  [16th cent.]

Contents:
Legal papers and extracts from manorial documents, relating to the manors of Zeals Clivedon and Mere Woodlands.

[no title]  865/326  1672

Contents:
Precept to the bailiff of the manor of Zeals Ailesbury and Zeals Clivedon to hold the manor court.

[no title]  865/327  1674

Contents:
Deposition about the custom of the manor of Zeals relating to widows' estate in copyholds.

[no title]  865/328  1455, 1456

Contents:
Court rolls of the manor of Mere Woodlands (one court each).

[no title]  865/329  1761

Contents:
Copy presentment of the customs of the manor of Mere, 1567, with a list of reeves, 1551-1597.

[no title]  865/330  1484, 1485

Contents:
Ten court rolls of the Warminster hundred court.

[no title]  865/331  1506

Contents:
Computus of the manor of Warminster Scudamore, 1505-06.

[no title]  865/332  1647-1795

Contents:
Court papers of the manor of Chisenbury in [...] Enford and deeds and estate papers relating to various properties in Chisenbury, bound into one volume. [...] Incl. presentment detailing the story of grass 1753 survey of C Connor [...] field 1764.

[no title]  865/333  1511, 1514

Contents:
Two court papers of the manor of Bulford.

[no title]  865/334  1513

Contents:
Estreat of fines for the manor of Wallop (Hants).

Legal  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/335  1538-1709

Contents:
Ten miscellaneous legal papers.

[no title]  865/336  1585

Contents:
Three papers about a dispute over payment of tithe on hay in Mere.

[no title]  865/337  16th cent

Contents:
Counsel's opinion about the title to lands (including the manor of Combe Raleigh, Devon) belonging to the Carew, Chafyn and More families.

[no title]  865/338  Late 16th and early 17th cent

Contents:
Thirty-three legal papers in connected cases about the decent of the manor of Zeals Ailesbury and lands there.

[no title]  865/339  17th cent

Contents:
Chancery petition by William Chafyn of Zeals, esq., in a dispute with Florence Hebditch of Zeals and John her son over 3 ac. arable in the common field of Zeals adjoining Chapel Lea.

[no title]  865/340  1604, 1605

Contents:
Legal papers in the case of Sir William Bampfield of Fugglestone v. William Chafyn esq. of Zeals, regarding the wardship of Henry Bodenham son of Anne Bampfield formerly Anne Bodenham widow.

[no title]  865/341  1632

Contents:
Case in an action by Richard Chafyn, esq., for the payment by Jacob Martyn of £33 part of the tithes of Mere.

[no title]  865/342  1647-1649

Contents:
Six legal papers in an cutlawry case against Richard Chafyn of Zeals Clevedon, concerning his property at Zeals forfeited for debt.

[no title]  865/343  1648-1651

Contents:
Seven letters, a bond, and two lawyer's accounts, relating to a case, Penruddocke v. Chafin, involving Mere rectory.

[no title]  865/344  c.1650

Contents:
Counsel's opinion about arrears of rent arising from Kempton and 'Kulmeston' (?Kilmeston, Hants.) belonging to Mrs. Chafyn widow; and counsel's opinion about copyholds belonging to her sister, Elizabeth Stroud (nee Marsh) who is non compos mentis.

[no title]  865/345  1675-1686

Contents:
Eight legal papers in a chancery suit, Chafyn v. Potts, relating to land in Zeals.

[no title]  865/346  c.1740

Contents:
Lawyer's account of receipts and disbursements 1737-38 in connection with Thomas Coker's estate, (Monkton Deverill, Kingston Deverill, Knoyle), apparently the subject of a Chancery cause for recovery of debts.

[no title]  865/347  1741

Contents:
Counsel's opinion about assigning straw to which Hugh Grove esq. has a right under the terms of his lease of Chisenbury farm to Edmund Biggs.

[no title]  865/348  c.1761

Contents:
Case and opinion about the settlement of an apprentice who served his time on board a ship trading between Bridport, Southwark, and Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Comments on the weather conditions needed to leave Bridport harbour.

[no title]  865/349  1725; 1775

1 vol.

Contents:
Petition in a chancery cause about non-payment of tithes belonging to the impropriate rectory of Portesham, 1775

Probate  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/350  1570-1577

Contents:
Will, 1570, and probate, 1574, of Thomas Chafyn the elder of Zeals, esq., with an account, a list of demands and a receipt.

[no title]  865/351  1580

Contents:
Probate of will of Robert Grove of Donhead St. Andrew, 1579, proved P.C.C.1580.

[no title]  865/352  1615

Contents:
Will of Barnaby Lewis of Wincanton (Som.): William Chafyn, esq., an executor.

[no title]  865/353  17th cent

Contents:
Summary account of the executors of Mr. Chafyn (probably William Chafyn, died 1626).

[no title]  865/354  1626

Contents:
Probate of will of William Chafyn of Zeals Clevedon esq., 1626, proved P.C.C. 1626. With an inventory dated 1627, and a certificate of probate.

[no title]  865/355  1627

Contents:
Inventory of the goods of Mr. Edward Greene late prebendary of Bristol cathedral.

[no title]  865/356  1649

Contents:
Administration of the estate of Richard Chafyn of Mere, esq., granted to his widow Lucy Chafin, with a quitclaim by Thomas Chafin.

[no title]  865/357  1651, 1656

Contents:
Three receipts for payment of legacies and debts, Chafyn family.

[no title]  865/358  c.1651

Contents:
Copy will of Francis Kiblewhite of Old Windsor (Berks.) gent., 1651, proved P.C.C., 1651. Mentions a leasehold manor and lands at Causeway and Radipole (Dorset).

[no title]  865/359  1659, 1661

Contents:
Will of Harry Chafyn of Zeals esq., 1659 (two copies), and an agreement between Lucy Chafyn and her son William, 1661, "for and in lieu of Mrs. Lucie Chafin's thirds in case she make a surrender thereof" (income, fuel, and the use of rooms at Zeals).

[no title]  865/360  1665

Contents:
Inventory of the goods of Jane Grove widow late of the close of Salisbury; remaining at Mr. Roberts' house there and at Mr. John Lowes' house in Shaftesbury.

[no title]  865/361  1675, 1678, 1682

Contents:
Copy will, 1675, and probate, 1676, of Lucy Chafyn of Mere and Zeals, widow. (P.C.C.); and an account to her executors for a legacy and other moneys due from her estate to her granddaughter, wife of Mr. Coker, 1682.

[no title]  865/362  c.1681

Contents:
Certified copy will of Stephen Bell of Zeals yeoman, 1680, proved 1681.

[no title]  865/363  c.1685

Contents:
Copy will and codicil of Mary Freke of Hinton St. Mary (Dorset), 1685.

[no title]  865/364  c.1701

Contents:
Copy will of William Chafyn of Zeals, esq., 1695, and Mary Chafyn of Zeals, widow, 1701.

[no title]  865/365  [1711]

Contents:
Account of money given to the poor by the executrix of William Chafin esq..

[no title]  865/366  1722, 1776

Contents:
Probates of wills (missing) of George Brown of Cheddington (Dorset), 1776, and John Keate of Rodden (Dorset) 1722.

[no title]  865/367  1724

Contents:
Probate of will of Mary Grove of Vallis in Frome Selwood (Som.) widow, 1724, proved P.C.C. 1724.

[no title]  865/368  c.1726

Contents:
Copy will of Harry Chafyn of Pitchers Waddon in Portesham (Dorset) esq., 1726.

[no title]  865/369  1731

Contents:
Probate of will of Thomas Chafin of Zeals esq., 1727, proved P.C.C. 1731.

[no title]  865/370  1744

Contents:
Probate of will of Joseph Charleton of Zeals, 1744, proved 1744.

[no title]  865/371  c.1750

Contents:
Copy will of Thomas Grove of Ferne, esq., 1750.

[no title]  865/372  1757

Contents:
Will of Mary Grove of Zeals, widow.

[no title]  865/373  1768, 1799

Contents:
Copy will of the revd. William Grove of Zeals, 1767, proved P.C.C. 1768 (2 copies); and a letter from his niece, Ann Grove of Mere, demanding immediate payment of a legacy of £1,000 from her uncle and settlement of a mortgage.

[no title]  865/374  c.1780

Contents:
Copy will of Albinus Martin of Silton gent., 1780.
Endorsed "cancelled".

[no title]  865/375  1793

Contents:
Counsel's opinion about the administration by trustees of the copyhold estate left to "Chafin Grove the nephew" then aged twelve.

[no title]  865/376  1794

Contents:
Copy will of Ann Grove of Mere widow, 1794.

[no title]  865/377  1808-1816

Contents:
Account book of the executors of the rev. Harry Grove (d. 1808).

[no title]  865/378  1867-1886

Contents:
Executorship papers relating to the estates of the rev. Charles Grove and Samuel Hutchings esq. of Park Grove, Withyham (Sussex). Includes a copy of the latter's will (1884) and draft abstract of will and codicils of William Chafin Grove, esq., (1866).

[no title]  865/379  1886

Contents:
Two receipts for legacies under the will of William Chafyn Grove.

[no title]  865/380  1897

Contents:
Printed confidential proposals for applying Miss Chafyn Grove's legacy of £5,000 for a grammar school in Salisbury.

Public Office  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/381  1685

Contents:
Proclamation of the accession of James II, and of the continuance of public appointments until further notice.

[no title]  865/382  1685

Contents:
Appointment of William Chafyn of Zeals as sheriff for Wiltshire.

[no title]  865/383  1686, 1705

Contents:
Two quietuses, William Chafyn and Harry Chafyn, sheriffs of Wiltshire.

[no title]  865/384  1686

Contents:
Order that William Chafyn, esq., as high sheriff of Wiltshire, is not to have goods distrained for failing to provide a militia horse.

[no title]  865/385  1701

Contents:
Appointment of Robert Grove, M.A., of St. John's College, Cambridge, as a notary public. Endorsed "An appointment of Robert Grove as Register of the University of Cambridge".

[no title]  865/386  1706

Contents:
Gaol delivery from Harry Chafin esq. late sheriff of Dorset to the new sheriff, William Whitaker esq..

[no title]  865/387  1769

Contents:
Appointment of William Chafin Grove of Waddon, esq., as deputy lieutenant for Dorset and the town of Poole.

[no title]  865/388  1866

Contents:
Bond by solicitors acting for George Bullock esq. as high sheriff of Somerset.

Bullen Reymes  [no ref. or date]

Administrative history:
There is a pedigree of the Reymes family in Harleian Society vol. 32, and there is a biography of Bullen Reymes by Helen A. Kauffman: Conscientious Cavalier (Cape, 1962).

Bibliography: Colonel Bullen Reymes married Elizabeth Gerard, one of four heiresses of estates in Dorset and Somerset. (The other three Gerard sisters married Francis Wyndham, Edward Hyde and John Winter.) Through her, Reymes acquired Waddon in Portesham, Dorset.
His friend and business associate Constance Pley was the wife of George Pley of Weymouth, esq., and his daughter Tabitha eventually married their son George Pley the younger. His son Bullen Reymes the younger married Anne Coker and died without issue in 1695, whereupon the widow, Anne Reymes, married secondly Harry Chafyn of Zeals, gent.. After her death, Harry Chafyn married Tabitha Pley's daughter Mary; but had no children by either marriage. He left his property to his sister Jane, who married John Grove.


Households of the Duchess of Buckingham and of the English Ambassador in Paris  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/389  1634

Contents:
Order book for the management of the duchess of Buckingham's household, signed by her at the end. Sets out the duties of the steward and principal servants.

[no title]  865/390  [c.1630]

Contents:
Volume containing an inventory of the contents of "my lady's" (i.e. the duchess of Buckingham's) red and green closets (pictures and precious objects), and twelve boxes (cameo jewellery).

[no title]  865/391  1631-1633

Contents:
Letter book of Bullen Reymes, containing copies of all the letters he wrote from Paris between July 1631 and August 1633 to his family and friends. At the back is a detailed account of his monthly personal expenditure, June 1631 - September 1633.

[no title]  865/392  1632
Language:  French

Contents:
Diary of Bullen Reymes in Paris in the service of the English ambassador, with daily entries for the whole year. In May he changed to writing in French, at first rather halting.

Civil war  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/393  c.1643

Contents:
Notes by Bullen Reymes of the officers in his regiment and of the general rates of pay of officers in the king's army.

[no title]  865/394  c.1643, c.1646

Contents:
Copy agreements for the surrender of Exeter to prince Maurice in 1643 and to general Sir Thomas Fairfax in 1646.

[no title]  865/395  1643

Contents:
Eleven military orders and passes, etc., some from General Wagstaff and some relating to events near Plymouth. Bullen Reymes was a lieutenant colonel in colonel James Chudleigh's regiment.

[no title]  865/396  1643, c.1643

Contents:
Seven officers' commissions, mainly in colonel James Chudleigh's regiment, issued by prince Maurice of the Rhine.

Commonwealth period  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/397  1646-1656

Contents:
Ten certificates and travel passes for Bullen Reymes, and a certificate of his release from Taunton castle in 1650.

[no title]  865/398  1646-1656

Contents:
Twenty-seven orders, receipts and other papers relating to fines and taxes on Bullen Reymes's estates.

[no title]  865/399  1648

Contents:
Note by Bullen Reymes of the expense of redeeming himself from his second sequestration.

[no title]  865/400  1649

Contents:
Demand for Bullen Reymes to supply a horse for the army and his draft reply refusing.

[no title]  865/401  c.1650

Contents:
Order to discharge a militia horse levied from the estate at Trent (Som.).

[no title]  865/402  1656

Contents:
Licence for Bullen Reymes to keep a fowling piece for his private use.

Vice-admiral of Dorset  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/403  c.1640

Contents:
List of shipping, apparently dating from the reign of Charles I, with an analysis of the numbers of different ranks of crew and types of gun.

[no title]  865/404  1641

Contents:
Three letters, an account and a memorandum relating to the vice-admiralty of Dorset (Mr. John Ellis was deputy vice-admiral of Dorset at this time).

[no title]  865/405  1646-1649

Contents:
Two orders and two accounts relating to the vice-admiralty of Dorset (Capt. John Arthur was at that time vice-admiral).

[no title]  865/406  1659-1669

Contents:
Twenty-three accounts and letters relating to the vice-admiralty and in particular to the disposal of prizes.

[no title]  865/407  c.1660

Contents:
Directions for the procedure to be followed when fighting at sea. 1p. Endorsed "for the E[arl] of Denbigh".

[no title]  865/408  1664

Contents:
List of the king's ships, with their commanders, masters, pursers, and number of men.

[no title]  865/409  1664, 1665

Contents:
Two orders in council, two letters and a list of rules, relating to the duties of the office of vice-admiral.

Deputy treasurer for prizes at Portsmouth  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/410  1664

Contents:
Account book in tabular form giving details of each prize ship. Top edge damaged.

[no title]  865/411  1664-1665

Contents:
Day book of Bullen Reymes esq. as deputy treasurer for prizes at Portsmouth. It contains a series of copy entries, dated from Portsmouth, each consisting of (i) a letter to Bullen Reymes giving details of the sale of a ship's cargo, and (ii) a receipt for the purchase money (this is frequently certified by the storekeeper at Portsmouth).

[no title]  865/412  1665

Contents:
Instructions to Bullen Reymes, esq., deputy treasurer of prizes for Portsmouth.

[no title]  865/413  1665

Contents:
Two rough account books of the sale of prizes and cargoes, January-June 1665.

[no title]  865/414  1665, 1666

Contents:
Rough account book of the sale of Dutch prizes, March 1665-August 1666. 12pp.

[no title]  865/415  1665-6, 1795-1809

Contents:
Volume containing
(i) Copies made by Bullen Reymes of orders sent him by lord Ashley to make payments of money out of the proceeds of prize ships, with accounts, 1665-1666.
(ii) Household, stable and estate accounts, 1795-1809 (a note by W.C. Grove on the cover of the book says that the accounts are those of the Revd. Thomas Grove of Mere).
(iii) Accounts of land tax on properties of T. Grove, H. Grove and Charles Grove on the Zeals estate and others, together with some rent and rate accounts, 1796-1801.

[no title]  865/416  1665-1666

Contents:
Account book of Bullen Reymes for the sale of captured Dutch merchant ships and their cargoes, 8 March 1665 - 3 August 1666.

[no title]  865/417  1665, 1666

Contents:
Twenty-eight accounts, letters, bonds, etc., relating to Bullen Reymes work as deputy treasurer for [...] prizes at Portsmouth.

[no title]  865/418  1665, 1666

Contents:
Four accounts, for stationery, furniture, fuel, etc., for fitting out and maintaining Bullen Reymes's office at Portsmouth.

[no title]  865/419  1665

Contents:
Copy order for the prize office in Portsmouth to be closed.

[no title]  865/420  1666

Contents:
Small volume containing final accounts for the prize office at Portsmouth, 1665-66.

Commissioner for sick and wounded seamen and soldiers  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/421  1664

Contents:
Order in council appointing Bullen Reymes and three others to be commissioners for sick and wounded seamen and soldiers and stating their duties.

[no title]  865/422  1664-1666

Contents:
Volume containing copy letters and copy orders and warrants about sick and wounded seamen and soldiers and Dutch prisoners.

[no title]  865/423  1664-1667

1 vol.

Contents:
Register of the sick and wounded sent to Portsmouth 25 October 1664-29 September 1667; in tabular form, with details of expenses and the eventual outcome.

[no title]  865/424  1664

Contents:
Bond relating to payments to be made to four indigent loyal officers.

[no title]  865/425  1665

Contents:
Order in council from the king's court at Oxford to all J.P.s and other officers, to assist Bullen Reymes with the care of sick and wounded seamen during the "calamity of the present infection".

[no title]  865/426  1665

Contents:
Order from the duke of York for Porchester castle to be fitted for the reception of seamen infected or likely to be infected by the plague.

[no title]  865/427  1665-1673

Contents:
Accounts for sick and wounded seamen and soldiers - two in Bullen Reymes's lifetime, and six by his son and executor.

[no title]  865/428  1666

Contents:
Copy order in council setting out the gratuities to be paid to the relatives of men killed on active service.

Commissioner for Dutch prisoners  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/429  1664, 1672

Contents:
Instruction to Bullen Reymes to appoint provost marshals to look after prisoners of war, and two appointments by him.

[no title]  865/430  1665

Contents:
Order in council providing for some of the overcrowded Dutch prisoners to be removed from Winchester, and future ones to be taken to Magdalen's Hospital there.

[no title]  865/431  c.1665

Contents:
Rough summary account relating chiefly to prisoners held at Porchester castle, a large number of them sick.

[no title]  865/432  1665

Contents:
Account of the numbers of Dutch prisoners held, and the money expended on them, each day from 13 August to 27 November 1665.

[no title]  865/433  1672

Contents:
Copy order of release for all Dutch prisoners.

Inspection of Targler  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/434  1664

Contents:
Bullen Reymes's journal of his voyage from England to Tangier, to inspect fortifications and stores, returning via Lisbon, 12 June - 11 August 1664. Brief entries for each day.

[no title]  865/435  [1664]

Contents:
Draft letter by Bullen Reymes to the governor of Tangier, describing how he reported to the king and privy council, and later to the Tangier committee, on the administration and the events there. A very full account, with some other London news.

Surveyor of the Great Wardrobe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/436  1667

Contents:
Copy order in council appointing Bullen Reymes surveyor of the great wardrobe.

[no title]  865/437  1667

Contents:
Copy order for the administration of the great wardrobe, setting out the duties of the officers.

[no title]  865/438  1667, 1668

Contents:
Volume containing copy warrants and orders relating to the King's household. Includes detailed accounts for the provision of liveries for footmen, grooms, etc., and for saddlery.

[no title]  865/439  1667

Contents:
Saddler's estimate for horse clothing for the year 1667-68.

[no title]  865/440  c.1667

Contents:
Estimate of the cost of items supplied to the royal household by the harness maker, bit maker, coach maker and saddler.

[no title]  865/441  1667

1 vol.

Contents:
Account of liveries, fees, petitions and wages yearly payable out of the great wardrobe.

[no title]  865/442  c.1667

Contents:
Arguments in favour of ordering a permanent and simple fashion for clothes (in Bullen Reymes's hand).

[no title]  865/443  c.1668

Contents:
List of the king's officers (no names) at court and in the counties, mostly with their rate of pay; and a list of officers in the castles and counties (with their pay) and bishoprics and deaneries (with their value). Two small ms.vols. sewn together.

[no title]  865/444  [1668]

Contents:
Abstract of warrants sent to the Great Wardrobe since Michaelmas 1667. Cost of each item not given.

[no title]  865/445  1668

Contents:
Bond for performance of covenants in a lease of premises in the Savoy.
Parties: Townsend, Newport, Reymes, Pilkington.

[no title]  865/446  1668

Contents:
Estimate for winter liveries for the children of the king's chapel.

[no title]  865/447  1668, 1669

Contents:
Order book for the king's household, 24 Oct. 1668 - 10 April 1669. Each entry consists of a copy of the letter to the master of the wardrobe, ordering the goods to be provided, and a tabular abstract of the order; but prices are not given.

[no title]  865/448  1670

Contents:
List of the 48 gentlemen of the Privy Chamber in waiting, with an account for furnishing their lodgings in Whitehall.

Legal and probate  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/449  17th cent

Contents:
Notes on "my grandfather Petre's will", 1606. The left side of the page is missing.

[no title]  865/450  1648

Contents:
Copy will and codicil (1648) of Amy Coker of Mappowder (Dorset) widow. With an inventory (drawn up by Bullen Reymes and others) of her goods. By each item is noted its estimated value, the amount for which it was sold, and to whom (mainly members of the family). The end is missing.

[no title]  865/451  c.1652

Contents:
Copy nuncupative will of Robert Petre of Gray's Inn Lane, Holborn, gent., brother-in-law of Bullen Reymes sen., proved P.C.C. 1652.

[no title]  865/452  1653

Contents:
Legal papers in a case, Drake and Best v. Reymes, Coker and Horsford, relating to the manor of West Chelborough (Dorset).

[no title]  865/453  1660

Contents:
Codicil to the will of Mary Reymes.

[no title]  865/454  1662

Contents:
Copy will of John Reymes of Edgefield (Norfolk).

[no title]  865/455  1663

Contents:
Three receipts by members of the Coker family for legacies under the will of Mrs. Mary Reymes.

[no title]  865/456  c.1666, c.1683

Contents:
Draft settlement before the marriage of George Pley jr. of Weymouth and Tabitha Reymes (1666); copy bond for payment of debts incurred by Bullen Reymes sr. on behalf of George Pley jr. (1678); and copy chancery bill, Pley v. Reymes, arising out of the marriage settlement (1683); with two related papers.

[no title]  865/457  c.1669

Contents:
Copy will of Edward Hyde of West Hatch, esq..

[no title]  865/458  c.1670

Contents:
Unfinished draft will of Bullen Reymes of Reymes Waddon esq.. Goes into personal detail about himself and various legatees.

[no title]  865/459  1672

Contents:
Copy of Col. Bullen Reymes's will, and ms. note by his servant, Hester Clench, of his death bed instructions to his son Bullen Reymes jr..

[no title]  865/460  c.1696

Contents:
Brief and counsel's opinion in a case, Anne Reymes widow v. Reymes Pley gent., about Anne Reymes's inheritance of the estate of her late husband, Bullen Reymes jr..

[no title]  865/461  1696

Contents:
Agreement between Anne Reymes widow and her nephew Reymes Pley about the disposition of the manor of West Chelborough (Dorset).

Estate personal and financial papers  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/462  1644-1683

Contents:
Four letters on estate and family affairs, Reymes family.

[no title]  865/463  1652-1697

Contents:
Receipts, bonds, etc. for payment of debts, all connected with Bullen Reymes and his [...] kinsfolkwith

[no title]  865/464  1653

Contents:
Two accounts for the rent of Langton or Langdon farm (Dorset), owned by Mary Reymes, 1645-1653.

[no title]  865/465  1657-1696

Contents:
Nineteen miscellaneous accounts, notes and letters relating to financial affairs and three covers to unidentified letters.

[no title]  865/466  1660, 1679

Contents:
Papers relating to George Pley, collector of customs in the port of Weymouth, and his debts. George Pley was married to Bullen Reymes's friend Constance, and Bullen Reymes was one of his sureties as collector of customs. A few papers relate also to George Pley jr., collector of customs at Lyme.

[no title]  865/467  1663-1697

Contents:
Letters on family affairs, relating to the Reymes, Coker and Pley families or addressed to them.

[no title]  865/468  1665

Contents:
Agreement about the sale of 67 tuns of French wine.
Parties: Wheatley, Peirson, Spradburrough, Pley.

[no title]  865/469  1667

Contents:
Three notes (by Bullen Reymes jr.?) about 'my cosen Hussey's pretence of money due to him from the Gerrards and my grandmother [Amy] Coker'.

[no title]  865/470  1669-1670

Contents:
Petition, thirteen letters and two memoranda by Bullen Reymes, about the debts incurred by his sister-in-law Etheldred Hyde's late husband (chiefly as guarantor for payment of arrears of the royal aid for Gloucester), and the possibility of repayment from the parsonage of Buckland and other property.

Miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/471  c.1660

Contents:
Drawing of a coat of arms, showing the arms of Reymes, Petre, Gerard, and Coker, with brief notes by Bullen Reymes and instructions for making "7 in mettalls, as above, and 18 in cullors".

[no title]  865/472  1661

Contents:
List of people, many of them almsfolk, living at 'the Friary' [?Winfrith, Dorset] in Bullen Reymes's handwriting. Includes a note of the number of rooms and fireplaces they had. Presumably made in connection with the hearth tax.

[no title]  865/473  1668, 1670

Contents:
Letter from the mayor and corporation of Weymouth thanking Bullen Reymes for his contribution towards a new bridge, 1668, and letter to them from Bullen Reymes telling them of Parliament's decision about taxing the out ports, 1670.

[no title]  865/474  c.1670

Contents:
Rules drawn up by Bullen Reymes for his son-in-law [George] Pley, to be observed if he became receiver general of the subsidy in Dorset.

[no title]  865/475  1668-1676

Contents:
Printed instructions to George Pley sr. as collector of customs for Weymouth and George Pley jr. as the same for Lyme Regis, with related bonds.

Electoral  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/476  1667

Contents:
Papers about alleged malpractices in a parliamentary election contested between Sir John Coventry and Mr. Michael Harvey at Weymouth and Melcombe Regis (Dorset).

[no title]  865/477  c.1727-1734

Contents:
Alphabetical table of voters and the candidates for whom each of them voted at the Melcombe Regis and Weymouth elections of 1710, 1711, 1713, 1727, 1730 and 1734. Labelled on the outside "W.C. Grove".

[no title]  865/478  1739-1755

Contents:
Papers (about forty) relating to an electoral dispute between John Olmius esq. and John Tucker esq. M.P. for Weymouth. They include a printed petition, legal accounts, correspondence with Olmius, estate and probate papers dealing with the conveyance of property in Weymouth and Melcombe Regis, and others about the alleged corrupt electoral practices of the mayor, Richard Tucker.

[no title]  865/479  1740-1742

Contents:
Papers (about fourteen) about the allegedly invalid election of Richard Tucker as mayor of Weymouth; he was already an alderman of the borough.

[no title]  865/480  1780

Contents:
Account of [William Chafyn Grove's] expenses at the general election, [Weymouth].

[no title]  865/481  1781

Contents:
Agreement by William Chafyn Grove esq. to sell all his property in Weymouth and Melcombe Regis to Gabriel Steward esq., and to vacate his seat in Parliament within two months; a letter about election expenses; and a memorandum of payment of £19,000 for the Weymouth and Melcombe Regis property.

[no title]  865/482  1832

Contents:
Printed poll book for the election of one M.P. for Dorset, 30 September - 17 October 1831.

Militia, yeomanry and volunteers  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/483  [17th cent.]

Contents:
Order to Mrs. Chafyn and Mr. Field to send a militia horse and man to Devizes Green.

[no title]  865/484  1715

Contents:
Order to provide two militia men, mounted and armed, for the western division of Dorset.

[no title]  865/485  1815

Contents:
Commission of William Chafyn Grove as captain in the Wiltshire militia.

[no title]  865/486  1815-1852

Contents:
Order book of the Wiltshire militia.

[no title]  865/487  1836

Contents:
Commission of William Chafyn Grove esq. as major in the Wiltshire militia.

[no title]  865/488  1853-1854

Contents:
Wine account book of major Chafyn Grove in the Royal Wilts. Militia.

[no title]  865/489  1854

Contents:
Mess account book, officers of the Wiltshire militia.

[no title]  865/490  1855

Contents:
About forty letters, many from Lord Brougham to Major Grove, about the Wiltshire militia.

[no title]  865/491  1859-1888

Contents:
About 130 letters, returns, accounts, etc., relating to the 8th company of the Wiltshire volunteer rifle corps.

[no title]  865/492  1860

Contents:
Notice of a meeting, and printed rules of the Mere and Zeals volunteer rifle corps.

[no title]  865/493  (1900)

Contents:
Nominal roll of 'C' or Vale Troop, Dorset Queen's Own Yeomanry.

[no title]  865/494  1902, (1903?)

Contents:
Two nominal roll of B Squadron, Dorset Imperial Yeomanry.

[no title]  865/495  1902-1904

Contents:
Notebook containing names of recruits to the Dorset Yeomanry.

[no title]  865/496  1902-1905

Contents:
Dorset Yeomanry papers - chiefly printed orders and lists, some annotated.

[no title]  865/497  1905

Contents:
List of best shots on a musketry course, B Squadron, Dorset Yeomanry.

[no title]  865/498  1909

Contents:
Dorset Queen's Own Yeomanry: report on Lieut. Col. Troyte-Bullock's attendance of a cavalry school course of instruction at Netheravon.

[no title]  865/499  1910

Contents:
Printed list of D Squadron, Dorset Queen's Own Yeomanry.

Personal  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/500  c.1600-1621

Contents:
Commonplace book, containing comments on negotiations with Spain, 1598, poor relief, 1597; love poems and satirical verse; arguments for and against Mary Queen of Scots; copy letters of the Earl of Essex 1599 and Sir Walter Raleigh, 1618, before their executions; address by a loyal subject to the King, 1603; Lord Burleigh's precepts to his son; copy petition of the chancellor to the Lords, 1621; notes on growing trees and vegetables; and cookery and medicinal recipes.

[no title]  865/501  1607-1688

Contents:
Letters on family affairs, mainly addressed to Richard Chafyn (d.1648), Lucy his widow (d.1677) and their son William (d.1695).

[no title]  865/502  1633-1636

Contents:
Commonplace book of John Clavel, 1603-42, probably the author of The Soddered Citizen (see D.N.B.). Consists mainly of copy letters to and from his uncle about his reformation after previous wild behaviour and his journeys to Ireland on his uncle's behalf; verse on various subjects, including Ben Jonson's adoption of him as his son, and several love poems and epitaphs; verse by Philip Massinger; and numerous recipes for medicines. In several hands.
Manuscript of The Soddered Citizen by Clavel.
A copy of The Soddered Citizen, presented by the editor, Dr. J.H.P. Pafford.
Article by J.H.P. Pafford: "John Clavel, Burglar, Highwayman, Poet, Dramatist, Doctor, Lawyer". Somerset and Dorset, Notes & Queries September 1986.

[no title or date]  865/502a

Contents:
Photographic copies and transcript of various documents relating to John Clavel in the P.R.O. and Bodleian Library, mainly wills and chancery papers.

[no title]  865/503  1655

Contents:
Broadsheet, "strange news from the famous citie of Exeter", giving a rhymed account of the execution of Colonel Penruddocke and Captain Grove, with two illustrations.

[no title]  865/504  1660s

Contents:
Petition by John Grove esq. for payment of money owing to him when the Exchequer was stopped, or for some appointment in lieu.

[no title]  865/505  1690

Contents:
Nomination of Robert Grove to a Somerset scholarship at St. John's college, Cambridge.

[no title]  865/506  1706-1881

Contents:
Ten miscellaneous letters, etc., relating mainly to the Grove family.

[no title]  865/507  1725

Contents:
Faculty for Harry Chafyn esq. of Portesham (Dorset) to have a seat in the north aisle of Portesham church.

[no title]  865/508  1729-1817

Contents:
Certificates (ordination, subscription, etc.) relating to members of the Grove family ordained in the church of England, including the appointment of the rev. Thomas Grove as domestic chaplain to the duke of Gloucester, 1781.

[no title]  865/509  1731

Contents:
Undertaker's account for the funeral of Thomas Chafyn, esq., by the Company of Upholders at Exeter.

[no title]  865/510  1776, 1786

Contents:
Two marriage licences, Grove family.

[no title]  865/511  1812, 1813

Contents:
Letters of W.C. Grove on the Peninsula campaign, to his mother.

[no title]  865/512  c.1812

Contents:
Letter from H.R. Hoare in Hastings to W.C. Grove with the British army in Portugal, on family topics.

[no title]  865/513  1814

Contents:
Letter from [Capt.] John Hogg at Condum to [W.C.] Grove, recounting events in the war with France.

[no title]  865/514  1817

Contents:
Letter from W.C. Grove in Paris to his sister Fanny, describing his stay.

[no title]  865/515  1828-1870

Contents:
Hunting journals of Harry Thomas Grove, bound into one volume.

[no title]  865/516  1833

Contents:
Letter from William Wilberforce to lady Palmer Acland, recommending an old couple to her charity.

[no title]  865/517  c.1840

Contents:
Ms. book of [...] Ralian exercises and compositions, probably by William Chafyn Grove.

[no title]  865/518  1842-1845

Contents:
Notebook of W.C. Grove, containing notes of distances, prices, the wording of letters and certificates, etc., in connection with travels in France and Italy. With some draft letters, and some recipes for beer, blacking, etc., and a list of officers killed and wounded in four Indian battles (Moodhoe, Ferozeshah, Aliwal, and Sobraon).

[no title]  865/519  1849-1868

Contents:
About fifty certificates, orders, etc., relating to the naval service of John Bullock Michell, chiefly off South America.

[no title]  865/520  1851-1911

Contents:
Weighing book (labelled on envelope "old N. Coker weighing book"). Weights of Troyte-Bullock and Chafyn-Grove families, their visitors and dogs.

[no title]  865/521  1861

Contents:
Certificate of enrolment of William Chafyn Grove as a freemason.

[no title]  865/522  1861

Contents:
Commission of William Chafyn Grove as ensign and lieutenant in the Coldstream guards.

[no title]  865/523  1862

Contents:
Certificate that Lieut. Chafyn Grove (Coldstream Guards) would have been presented at a levee if one had been held that year.

[no title]  865/524  1892-1937

Contents:
Game register, with various game cards, rough memoranda, etc..

[no title]  865/525  1894-1903

Contents:
Hunting diary, 1894-96, 1900-03.

[no title]  865/526  late 19th cent

Contents:
Ticket for a presentation to Mr. Troyte-Bullock by viscount Hinton.

[no title]  865/527  1904?

Contents:
Letter from K.R. Balfour at the Cavalry barracks, York, about military life there and about getting his horses from Salisbury.

Accounts - household and personal  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/528  1518

Contents:
Memorandum of a loan to Osmund [...] Mylbryge of Salisbury by his cousin William Chafyn of Bulford.

[no title]  865/529  1534-1780

Contents:
Receipts and bonds for payment of debts, chiefly Chafyn and Grove families.

[no title]  865/530  1652-1697

Contents:
Vouchers to household and personal accounts.

[no title]  865/531  1673

Contents:
Bill for various items of jewellery from Nicolaas de Bruyn.

[no title]  865/532  1680-1692

Contents:
Household and personal summary accounts, with an inventory of kitchen goods, plate and linen, and a list of taxation payments 1689-91; 1 small vol., labelled on cover "my Grandmo' Chafins small accounts".

[no title]  865/533  1732-1752

Contents:
Household account book, Grove family, with a few estate accounts. At the front are miscellaneous notes, chiefly of horses being turnedout to grass and of useful recipes.

[no title]  865/534  1774-1814

Contents:
Vouchers to household and personal accounts.

[no title]  865/535  1777-1785

Contents:
Estate, household and personal account book of William Chafyn Grove.

[no title]  865/536  1777-1796

Contents:
Household account book; apparently of the Grove family at Zeals. With some notes of the weights of pigs killed; wine [...] and stable accounts; recipes for horse medicine; and an inventory of household linen, 1783 (See also 865/415, ii.)

[no title]  865/537  late 18th and early 19th cent

Contents:
About 500 vouchers to household accounts, Chafyn Grove family.

[no title]  865/538  1803-1806, 1814

Contents:
Eton college bills for master Grove 1803-06 and master Mitchell 1814.

[no title]  865/539  1803-1805

Contents:
Tradesman's bills to master Grove [at Eton].

[no title]  865/540  1806-1813

Contents:
Mrs. Grove's household account book.

[no title]  865/541  1810

Contents:
Personal account book of William Chafyn Grove, 20th Regiment of Foot; with recipes for boot blacking, spruce beer, etc..

[no title]  865/542  1819

Contents:
Mrs. Grove's gamekeeper's account, 1818-9.

[no title]  865/543  1819

Contents:
Account, Mr. G.Bullock, for money received and pay of Mr. John Bullock's children.

[no title]  865/544  1822-1825

Contents:
Account book of William Chafyn Grove, Heckfield (Hants.), household and personal expenses.

[no title]  865/545  1825-1846

Contents:
Household and personal account book of W. Chafyn Grove, Knoyle. Includes detailed accounts for foreign tours. At the back is a statement of the officers in Wellington's army at the close of 1813; a note of the weights of W.C. Grove and his children Chafyn and Julia on various occasions, 1828-35; and an account of the children's pocket money, 1825-42.

[no title]  865/546  1825-1852

Contents:
Account book of William Chafyn Grove (household, coal, wine and beer), with an agreement for a servant's employment and various memoranda and recipes.

[no title]  865/547  1837-1847

Contents:
Notes by William Chafyn Grove; a few quotations, a list of commissions paid to bankers on drafts, charges at various continental hotels, travel expenses, etc..

[no title]  865/548  1847-1851

Contents:
Household and personal accounts, 1 vol.. Labelled "W.C. Grove's accounts".

[no title]  865/549  1852-1859

Contents:
Account book of W.C. Grove: detailed personal and household expenditure, summary estate expenditure.

[no title]  865/550  1856

1 small vol.

Contents:
Travel account, expenses of Mr. Troyte Bullock and Emanuel Herzog (Switzerland and Italy).

[no title]  865/551  1878-1883

Contents:
About fifteen vouchers and short letters relating to financial affairs.

[no title]  865/552  1882

Contents:
Game and keeper's account, 1880-82.

[no title]  865/553  1856-1909

Contents:
Summary account book of bank receipts and payments, in two hands. Annotated "George Bullock's accounts continued by G.T.C.G.", i.e. George Troyte Chafyn Grove.

[no title]  865/554  1860-1874

Contents:
Account book of personal expenses of George Troyte Bullock (later George Troyte Chafyn Grove).

[no title]  865/555  1883-1890

Contents:
Account book of Miss Chafyn Grove with the Wilts. and Dorset Bank, Mere.

[no title]  865/556  1892-1899

Contents:
Cash book, household and personal expenses [at Zeals and Silton].

[no title]  865/557  1903-1912

Contents:
Eight vouchers to household accounts.

Household  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/558  [17th cent.]

Contents:
Instructions for dyeing cloth (7pp.). Apparently for household use.

[no title]  865/559  17th or early 18th cent

Contents:
Recipe book (cookery and medicinal).

[no title]  865/560  c1635

Contents:
Catalogue of pictures (by Van Dyke, Rubens, etc.).
With a household account on the inside front cover, including "for the children's boat hire to Drury lane". Part of Inventory of Duke of Buckingham's House on the Strand.

[no title]  865/561  1730

Contents:
Inventory of linen and plate at Zeals house.

[no title]  865/562  18th cent

Contents:
Inventory of book titles [?at Zeals].

[no title]  865/563  1896-1912

Contents:
List of rare books at Zeals, with some letters etc. about their possible sale.

[no title]  865/564  1905

Contents:
List of articles removed from Zeals house to North Coker and Silton lodge.

[no title]  865/565  1910

Contents:
Inventory of furniture and effects at Silton Lodge, the property of Capt. E.G. Troyte-Bullock, J.P. 1905, revized 1910; very detailed. 1 vol.
With a typescript copy.

[no title]  865/566  1920

Contents:
Sale catalogue of furniture at North Coker house (Som.).

Almanacs and diaries  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/567  1627

Contents:
Mss. copy almanac by G. Gilden "to acte, for the Latitud and Meridian of the Town of Shipston Uppon Stowre in the Countye of Worcester".

[no title]  865/568  1696-1806

Contents:
Fourteen printed almanacs with ms. household and personal accounts, as follows

[no title]  865/568/1  1696

Contents:
John Gadbury's Ephemeris.

[no title]  865/568/2  1700

Contents:
Rider's.

[no title]  865/568/3  1702

Contents:
Rider's British Merlin.

[no title]  865/568/4  1708

Contents:
John Partridge's Merlinus Liberatus.

[no title]  865/568/5  1709

Contents:
John Partridge's Merlinus Liberatus.

[no title]  865/568/6  1710

Contents:
Francis Moore's Vox Stellarum.

[no title]  865/568/7  1713

Contents:
Ladies Diary or Woman's Almanack.

[no title]  865/568/8  1717

Contents:
Merlinus Anglicanus Junior.

[no title]  865/568/9  1726

Contents:
Cardanus Rider's British Merlin.

[no title]  865/568/10  1741

Contents:
Thomas Trigge's Calendarium Astrologicum.

[no title]  865/568/11  1751

Contents:
Francis Moore's Vox Stellarum.

[no title]  865/568/12  1796

Contents:
Gentleman and Tradesman's Pocket Ledger. Diary entries

[no title]  865/568/13  1799

Contents:
Daily Journal. Diary entries

[no title]  865/568/14  1806

Contents:
Daily Journal. Diary entries

[no title]  865/569  1815-1883

Contents:
Fifty pocket diaries of members of the Troyte Bullock family, with brief entries, as follows

[no title or date]  865/569/1

Contents:
1815, 1827-29.

[no title or date]  865/569/2

Contents:
1830, 1832, 1835, 1836 (2), 1837(2), 1838(2).

[no title or date]  865/569/3

Contents:
1840-46, 1849.

[no title or date]  865/569/4

Contents:
1850, 1851, 1855(2), 1856(2), 1857-59.

[no title or date]  865/569/5

Contents:
1861-63, 1865, 1867-69.

[no title or date]  865/569/6

Contents:
1870, 1872-79.

[no title or date]  865/569/7

Contents:
1880-83.

[no title]  865/570  1819-1865

Contents:
Diaries of William Chafyn Grove

[no title]  865/570/1  1819

Contents:
Dover to Paris and 5 weeks residence there, 29 April - 7 June 1819.

[no title]  865/570/2  [1819]

Contents:
France and Switzerland, 8 June - 18 Aug. [1819].

[no title]  865/570/3  1823

Contents:
Paris, 12 June - 24 July 1823.

[no title]  865/570/4  1823, 1831-1832

Contents:
Return to England, 25 - 29 July 1823; Wiltshire and Bath, 17 Oct. 1831 - 3 June 1832.

[no title]  865/570/5  1829-1830

Contents:
France, 17 June 1829 - 7 Oct. 1830.

[no title]  865/570/6  1836-1837

2 vols.

Contents:
Germany, 3 August 1836 - 24 Oct. 1836 and 25 Oct. 1836 - 16 Aug. 1837.

[no title]  865/570/7  1838-1839

Contents:
Italy (via France and Switzerland) 27 Aug. 1838 - 11 Feb. 1839 and 14 Feb. - 17 Oct. 1839.

[no title]  865/570/8  1864

Contents:
Egypt, 1 Jan - 24 March 1864.

[no title]  865/570/9  1864-1865

Contents:
Plymouth to Australia, travels in Australia (mainly New South Wales) and journey to Bombay via Ceylon, 2 Oct. 1864 - 11 Nov. 1865.

[no title]  865/570/10  19th cent

Contents:
Switzerland and Germany, 21 Sept. - 4 Oct. (?1837).

[no title]  865/570/11  19th cent

Contents:
Germany, Oct. (?1837).

[no title]  865/570/12  19th cent

Contents:
France, 6 Sept. - 18 October.

[no title]  865/570/13  19th cent

Contents:
France, 21 - to 7 - 18 October.

[no title]  865/571  1817-1837, n.d

Contents:
Four fragmentary diaries of W.C. Grove's continental travels: return from Calais (n.d.); Frankfurt - Germany - Belgium - Waterloo - Dunkirk (after 1815); Paris [1817]; Lorraine (1837).

[no title]  865/572  1820

Contents:
Journal of a tour by Miss Grove and Miss W.Portman into Somerset, Devon, Cornwall and Dorset.

[no title]  865/573  1856

Contents:
Mrs. Troyte Bullock's journal of a journey through France and Switzerland to the Italian lakes.

[no title]  865/574  1825, 1828

Contents:
Diary of William Chafyn Grove at Zeals, 1 Jan. 1825 - 5 July 1828.

[no title]  865/575  1828-1831, n.d

Contents:
Fragmentary diaries of W.C. Grove in England, mostly only one page, many undated.

[no title]  865/576  1839

Contents:
Pawsey's Ladies Fashionable Repository for 1839. Contains brief diary entries and accounts of Mrs. George Bullock.

[no title]  865/577  1864-1865

Contents:
Journal of [Mrs.] J.E. Chafyn Grove, in Spain and Wiltshire.

Miscellaneous  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/578  [1594]

Contents:
Ms. mathematical text book. A note at the back about forecasting the year's weather from that of the 12 days after Christmas is dated 1594.

[no title]  865/579  16th cent

Contents:
Ms. book of questions and answers on Christian doctrine, citing the early fathers and confirming the doctrine of transubstantiation.

[no title]  865/580  [early 17th cent.?]

Contents:
Ms. instructions for various methods of warfare (a device for aiming cannon; a method of calculation of the amount of powder to be used; a machine for breaking down walls and the firing of a petard). Illustrated with four small drawings.

[no title]  865/581  17th cent

Contents:
A short ms. history of Henry III's reign, with eight loose pages of insertions to be made in the text.

[no title]  865/582  17th cent

Contents:
Latin oration, apparently a school exercise.

[no title]  865/583  17th cent

Contents:
Ms. text book of geometry and surveying, compiled by Gilbert Diglen. With numerous diagrams.

[no title]  865/584  17th cent

Contents:
Rough copy Act, 1661, for insurance of houses in London against fire.

[no title]  865/585  17th cent

Contents:
Several ms. rhymes, on love and death and some comic subjects, including a carnival in Venice, and village club, and Bullen Reymes playing bowls at Ipplepen (Devon).

[no title]  865/586  17th and 18th cent

Contents:
Two copy letters on question of faith and conscience, from the bishop of Rochester and W. Montague.

[no title]  865/587  c.1650

Contents:
Mock catechism against the intruding ministers and the Puritans.

[no title]  865/588  1654

Contents:
Letter from lord Fitzharding asking for contributions towards building a market house at Bruton (Som.). [...] Printed

[no title]  865/589  1666

2 copies

Contents:
Brief for the inhabitants of Melcombe Regis (Dorset) after a fire had destroyed 37 houses there.

[no title]  865/590  c.1670

Contents:
Copy petition by the inhabitants of [...] Lyme Regis (Dorset), 1670, for a renewal of an allowance from the Crown for the maintenance of the Cobb. [i.e. the quay]

[no title]  865/591  late 17th cent., c.1745

2 copies

Contents:
Copy of James II's dying words and a speech by prince Charles Edward Stewart.

[no title]  865/592  17th - 19th cent

Contents:
Papers relating to the Grove family of Ferne, including a printed pedigree (c.1820), a copy confirmation of their arms, 1577, and ms. notes on the family.

[no title]  865/593  1710

Contents:
Paper printed on the frozen river Thames. The printer inserted the name of each customer (in this case John Grove) into a border already set up, and presumably printed one copy.

[no title]  865/594  1735

Contents:
Copy Act (1 Jas.II, 1685-6), for building a church in Melcombe Regis (Dorset) to be the parish church of Radipole, and making the old church of Radipole a chapel belonging to it.

[no title]  865/595  c.1830?

Contents:
Doggerel rhyme about a gymnasium, and part of a prayer; probably both by W.C. Grove.

[no title]  865/596  1847

Contents:
Volume containing extracts from theological and moral works, copied by Julia Elizabeth Chafyn Grove.

[no title]  865/597  1848

Contents:
Miscellaneous detailed statements of pay, conditions, and losses in the army, 1792-1848. These appear to be notes made by W.C. Grove for his own use.

[no title]  865/598  1851

Contents:
Season ticket of admission to the Great Exhibition.

[no title]  865/599  c.1860

Contents:
Subscription list for the Patriotic Fund for widows and orphans of men killed in the [Crimean] war.

[no title]  865/600  1866

Contents:
Printed rules for the government of Zeals almshouses.

[no title]  865/601  c.1871

Contents:
Copies of E. Coker and Yeovil (Som.) registers, relating to the Bullock family, 1698-1871.

[no title]  865/602  1873

Contents:
Certificate of Julia Elizabeth Chafyn Grove's having visited the Holy Land.

[no title]  865/603  1873

Contents:
Programme "des theatres de son altesse le Khedive" [Cairo] for a performance of Aida and Adrienne Lecouvreur.

[no title]  865/604  1875

Contents:
Four letters to Miss Grove in answer to her complaints about an interment inside the church at Portesham (Dorset).

[no title]  865/605  1880

Contents:
Copy transfer of Wincanton National School from the managers to the school Board for 21 years.

[no title]  865/606  19th cent

Contents:
Pedigrees and letters about the Grove family.

[no title]  865/607  late 19th cent

Contents:
Pedigrees of the Chafyn family, compiled by Canon Jackson.

[no title]  865/608  1862, 1904, 1913

Contents:
Two letters and two notes on genealogical topics: Troyte, Grove, Chafin and Orchard families.

[no title]  865/609  1902

Contents:
Letter from the rector of Hinton St. George (Som.) about the family of Bernard Hutchings (1668-1733) and a copy of the inscription on his tombstone.

[no title]  865/610  16th cent.-1892

Contents:
A small bundle of ephemeral papers.

Extraneous  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/611  [c.1550]

Contents:
Account of fees in an excommunication case.

[no title]  865/612  [late 16th cent.]

Contents:
Rules for poor relief. 1p. Possibly Mere.

[no title]  865/613  1657-1739

Contents:
Account book of Gillingham (Dorset) forest charity: payments to the poor and sick of Mere out of the revenue from 80 ac. land late part of the forest. With two 19th cent. memoranda of the terms of the charity.

[no title]  865/614  1685

Contents:
Q. Sessions Pass for Andrew Little, a Scottish pedlar to return from Shaftesbury (Dorset) to Scotland.

[no title]  865/615  1687-1692

Contents:
Four miscellaneous documents relating to local administration in Dorset (Upwey, Portesham, Netherbury.) Incl. a parish apprentice agreement, Thomas Bartlett of Whaddon in [...] fortescham to Roger [...] Kente, Broad [...] Mayne, [...] husbans'man, 1688

[no title]  865/616  1689, 1690

Contents:
Two subsidy assessments for Zeals.

[no title]  865/617  1733, 1734

Contents:
Poor rate and overseers' accounts and disbursements for one year, for Mere.

[no title]  865/618  1802

Contents:
Admission of James Cooper, baker, as freeman of the city of Canterbury.

[no title]  865/619  1885

Contents:
Plan of proposed new cottage at Coppenhall (Staffs.) for lord Willoughby de Broke.

Non-archive  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  865/620  [1537]

Contents:
Part of fo.xcii of "Matthew's" Bible.

[no title]  865/621  16th cent.?

Contents:
Twenty-three drawings of interior and exterior scenes, evidently from an Italian book on perspective drawing.

[no title]  865/622  16th cent

Contents:
Five engravings showing the disposition of an army for battle, and fifteen showing the layout of fortifications. The former appear to be from Du Bellay's Instructions for the warres, first published in 1589 and probably written by Raymond de Fourquevaux, not du Bellay.

[no title]  865/623  17th cent.?

Contents:
Five engravings of architectural drawings and plans of Renaissance style buildings.

[no title]  865/624  17th cent.?

Contents:
Engraving showing methods of drawing in proportion the human head and its features.

[no title]  865/625  1614

Contents:
Engraving of a moated castle in a rocky landscape, by Henricus Hondius, and four engravings of Roman ruins, apparently to illustrate principles of drawing.

[no title]  865/626  17th cent.?

Contents:
Engraving of a square with Gothic style buildings, probably imaginary, by P. de Vriese, and a similar view of classical buildings, unsigned.

[no title]  865/627  c.1661

Contents:
Three copy speeches, by George Digby earl of Bristol, Sir George Chudleigh and Mr. Squibb.

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