The Visitation of Norfolk in the Year 1563 Volume 2

The Visitation of Norfolk in the Year 1563 Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1895 edition. Excerpt: ...hundred of South W'alsham, which lately belonged to John Reyncs of Acle; also 17a. in Acle, Momes Close, and a. marsh called Callys Marsh, which descend to Charles Clere as son and heir. Also--That said Thomas Clerc by will of 22 Nov. last, gave to Edward Jermy his brother an annuity of 8. charged on premises in Acle; also to Edmund Clere, Gent., his nephew nepos, an annuity of 40s., charged on premises in Acle. The premises are of the annual value of 21. 19$. 8., /I., held by the service of one--fortieth part of of a knight's fee. The manor of Filby, with the appurts. in Filby, Mau_ndby, Ca.-ster, Ormsby, Threkby, Borowgh St. Marie, Borowgh St. Margaret, Rollesby, Stokesby, Heryngby, Runham, lately belonging to James Boleyn, Knt., are held of Thos., Bishop of Norwich, as of his manor of St. Benettes, in soeage, at rent of 10s. Yearly value 25. Manor of Barkyns, alias Gyggys, and the ad-vowson aforesaid, lately Gygges, in Filby, Maudby, Thirkby, Urmsby, are held of YVm. Cardenall and Leticia his wife, of their manor of Clyppesby, in socage, at a rent of 6: . 9d. Yearly value 7. The manor of Runham and the appurts. in Thirkeby, Maundby, and Rakhethe, and view of frankpledge in Rakheth, held of the king in chief at rent of 13s. 411. Yearly value 20. The manor of Guners, in Cromer, Felbridge, and Runton, lately belonging to Richard Bylke, Clk., held of YVilliam Arnold, Gent., as of his manor of Arnoldes in Cromer, in socage, at rent of 4d. The manors of Cowpers and Millers in Baldeswell, Sperham, Foxley, Lyng, Belaught, and Belyngforth next Baldeswell, held of John Mordante, Knight, as of his manor of Belought, in socage, by fealty of rent of 8s. Yearly value 10. The manor of Mathias in Stokesby, ..."show more

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  • Paperback | 200 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 367g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236769899
  • 9781236769893