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FILE XI.

From 14 Jan", 171%, to 22 Jan", 1731.

20 Septer, 1718. Mulbarton, &c.—Bargain and sale by Matthew Halcoat, of Lutcham, gentleman, and Elizabeth his wife, formerly Elizabeth Rich, spinster, to William Coddenham of Mulbarton, yeoman, and George Kitson of Norwich, taylor, of two cottages, two orchards, thirty-five acres of land, and five acres of pasture, in Mulbarton and Melton Magna, and other property conveyed to James Balls of Norwich, gentleman.-R. 1.

20 Nover, 1721. Litcham.—Bargain and sale by Matthew Halcott of North Elmham, gentleman, John Glover of Litcham, timber merchant, of two capital messuages (one called the Chappell House alias the Hermitage) and messuages and tenements called Whitsters, and a cottage with the buildings, gardens, &c., and land, meadows, &c., containing two hundred acres, all in Litcham.—R. 1, in đ, and R. 2.

19 Septer, 1721. Stokesby.—The award of Sir Edmund Bacon of Garboldisham, Bart., Harbord Harbord, Esq", of Gunton, Francis Windham, EsqÞe, Jun", of Cromer, John Jermy, Esqve, of Norwich, William Pacy of Yarmouth, gentleman, and Roger Doune of Ludham, gentleman, commissioners appointed by Act of Parliament for draining and inclosing the common of Stokesby, to George England, Esq"e, Lord of the manor of Stokesby, and others, of the lands thus drained and improved. Allotments for roads and settlement of the Tythes.-R. 2, in d, and R. 3 and 4, and in d.

8 Septer, 1725. Oxborough.--The award of Sir Thomas Robinson, Bart., Christopher Bedingfeld, Robert Wilson, Edward Bayfield, Richard Dashwood, Thomas Lobb, and Nathaniel Life, Esq", commissioners appointed by Act of Parliament for draining and inclosing the common of Oxburgh, to Sir Henry Bedingfeld, Bart., Lord of the Manor of Oxburgh, and others, of the lands thus drained and improved, and allotments for roads. Agreements to accept the said lands.R. 5 and 6, and in d.

1 April, 1725. Holme Hale, &c.—Bargain and sale by Francis Bedingfeld the younger, of Freshingfeild, in Suffolk, gentleman, to Nehemiah Ingram of Narburgh, gentleman, of the manor of Holme Hale Francis and Barriers, with the rights and members, and a farm in Holmhale, East Braddenham, West Braddenham, North Pickenham, and Sporle, and the reversion of other manors, messuages, lands, &c., in the aforesaid parishes.-R. 7.

2 April, 1725. Holme Hale, &c.--Lease by the above Francis to the above Nehemiah of the same property for the term of one year at a pepper corn rent, to the intent that the said Nehemiah may be enabled to accept a release of the reversion and inheritance.-R. 7, in d.

3 April, 1725. Holme Hale, &c.-Release by the same Francis to the said Nehemiah of the same property.-R. 8.

16 March, 1725. Holme Hale.--Release by William Eastgate of Holme Hale, gentleman, and Mary his wife, to Henry Case of Sparham in Necton, of about twenty-seven acres of land and pasture in Holme Hale. For docking the entail a fine

was levied whereby Burnham Raymond of Foulden, gentleman, was to stand seized of the property to the use of the said Henry Case.—R. 8, in d, R. 9, and in d, and R. 10.

15 March, 1725. Holme Hale.-Lease by the above William and Mary to the above Henry of the same property for the term of one year, at a peppercorn rent, to the intent that the said Henry may be enabled to accept a release of the reversion and inheritance.-R. 10, and in d.

9 May, 1726. Holme Hale.-Mortgage by the above William and Mary to Nehemiah Ingram of Narburgh, gentleman, of a messuage with the buildings, gardens, &c., and divers lands in Holme Hale, for the sum of £150.-R. 11, and in d.

30 Janry, 13th Geo. I., 1729. Holme Hale, &c.—Lease by Francis Bedingfeld the younger, of Fressingfield in Suffolk, gentleman, to Henry Ibbott of Sporle cum Palgrave, gentleman, of the manor of Holme Hale Francis and Barriers, with the rights and members, and a farm with the buildings, lands, &c., in Holme Hale, East Braddenham, West Braddenham, North Pickenham, and Sporle, and other manors, messuages, lands, &c., in the aforesaid parishes, to the intent that the said Henry may be enabled to accept a release of the reversion and inheritance.-R. 12.

31 Jan"y, 1729 Holme Hale, &c.—Release by the above Francis to the above Henry of the above property.-R. 12, in đ, and R. 13.

11 March, 1724. Little Ryburgh.-Grant by Edward Paston, Esq"o, of Town Barningham, to Sir Edmond Bacon of Garboldisham, Bart., of the advowson of the vicarage of Riburgh Parva. — R. 13.

1 Blank, in d.

27 July, 1727. Sandringham, &c.—Bargain and sale by John Wilson, Esque, of Stanhoe, and Christopher Bedingfeld, Esqe, of Wighton, by direction of Sir Henry Bedingfeld of Oxburgh, Bart., and James Host, Esque, the elder of Sandringham (and in consideration of the sum of £1200 paid to the said Sir Henry by the said James) to James Host, Esqre, the younger of Sandringham, son and heir apparent of the said James Host the elder, of an annuity of £40 issuing from the manors of Sandringham, Babingley, Wolverton alias West Hall, and from messuages, lands, &c., in the same parishes and Fulling Newton, Darsingham, Appleton, and Flitcham. -R. 14, and in d, and R. 15.

9 Septer, 5th Geo. II., 1731. Earsham.-Bargain and sale by Richard Dring of Woodton and Robert Adley of the same, gentlemen, executors of the will of William Pope, to Edward Wiseman, yeoman, of freehold and copyhold messuages, lands, tenements, &c., in Earsham.-R. 15, and in d, and R. 16.

ADDENDA. During the publication of this calendar, one other roll and two books have been found, which appear to form part of the series. A short summary of their contents is added.

FILE OF THREE MEMBRANES, CONTAINING

THREE DEEDS ENROLLED 1 NOV., 1763.

13 Septer, 1763. Castle Acre, &c.-Sale, by virtue of an Act of Parliament, of the lands of William Mason in Castle Acre and Necton to Charles Boutel and William Dillingham.-R. 1.

30 Septer, 1763. Bittering, &c.—The like, in Bittering, Gressen hall, and Beetley, to John Francklin.-R. 2.

13 Septer, 1763. Hingham.—The like, in Hingham, to Benoni Mallett and Christofer Bell.-R. 3.

A PARCHMENT BOOK OF ENROLMENTS FROM 24 JUNE, 1769, TO 27 JULY, 1781.

1 Jan", 1769. Braddenham, &c.—Mr. Berney Brograve's Marriage Articles (relating to lands in East and West Bradenham, Saham Toney, Shipdham, and Mileham).—ff. 1-21.

5 March, 1770. Hethersett.-Grant of a piece of land in Hetherset to Thomas Starling, Esque, for planting of trees (by the parishioners).—ff. 22-26.

31 March, 1770. Bale.-Bargain and sale of an estate in Bale to Mr. John Barnwell (by William Jerningham of Cossey, Esq", and others).—ff . 27-37.

2 Oct®, 1769. Thorpe.—Grant of a piece of land in Thorpe, part of an old road, to Nockold Thompson, Esqe, in exchange for some of his land taken into the Turnpike Road.—ff. 38-39,

11 March, 1776. Aylmerton.-Grant of 60a. 2r. 19p., part of Aylmerton Common in Norfolk, to William Wyndham, Esqve, for the growth and preservation of trees (by the parishioners).ff. 40-43.

| The words in parentheses are not found in the headings of the deeds.

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