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Family name details

This is an example of a family entry:

GB/NNAF/F10216

This is the unique code used to identity this family in the National Name Authority File.

Noel family, Earls of Gainsborough

This is the name of the family.

 

xFamily information If this is displayed click here for further details about the family.

 

Show Seats and/or Estates Click here for a list of the family's seats/estates.

 

 

1 record noted:

 

Scope

12th cent-20th cent : Rutland (Exton, etc), Gloucs (Chipping Campden, etc), Leics (Old Dalby, Pickwell, etc), Kent (Barham Court, etc) and London (Islington and Kensington, etc) deeds, family and estate papers 12th-20th cent, with deeds and papers rel to Stamford (Lincs) and Bath (Somerset) 19th cent, Denbighshire (Valle Crucis, etc) 15th-17th cent and Ireland 17th-19th cent, etc

 

These are the covering dates and a brief summary of the family's records.

Repository

The Record Office for Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland

 

This is where the papers are held. Click here for repository details.

Record Reference

DE 3214external link - opens in a new window

 

This is the reference which the collection has been given by the record repository, you should quote this when contacting the repository. If an online catalogue is available a link will be displayed.

NRA catalogue reference

NRA 41841 Noel

 

This is the assigned National Register of Archives' (NRA) number for this catalogue filed in the NRA. This is available for consultation in The National Register of Archives' Reader Enquires Room.

Other reference

see HMC Principal family and estate collections L-W, 1999 [74a]

 

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