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Reference HA87
Covering dates 1566 -c1952
Held by Suffolk Record Office, Ipswich Branch
Extent 35 sections
Creators Batt family of Wetherden, Suffolk; Morley family of Ipswich, Suffolk

Contents:
HA87/ A Deeds & Wills
HA87/ A 1. Mendlesham: 1665-1793.
HA87/ A 2. Wetherden: 1666/7-1846.
HA87/ A 3. Willisham & Offton: 1702-1825.
HA87/ A 4. Thwaite: 1566 - c 18th century.
HA87/ A 5. Woolpit: 1828.
HA87/ A 6. Castle Acre county Norfolk: 1762-1862
HA87/ A 7. Manningtree county Essex: 1669-1823.
HA87/ A 8. Wills: 1813-1828.
HA87/ B. Executorship Records
HA87/ B 1. George Batt: 1781-1796.
HA87/ 2. Benjamin Batt senior: 1781.
HA87/ 3. Benjamin Batt junior: 1820-1841.
HA87/ 4. Wyard family: 1766-1816.
HA87/ 5. Miscellaneous, including Abigail Bacon and Thomas Warren: 1684-1735.
HA87/ C. Estate Management
HA87/ C 1. Account books: 1784-1842.
HA87/ C 2. Wetherden accounts: 1787-1866.
HA87/ C 3. Miscellaneous accounts: 1784-1897.
HA87/ C 4. Land Tax payments: 1785-1803.
HA87/ C 5. Manorial payments: 1815-1861.
HA87/ C 6. Insurance receipts: 1819-1836.
HA87/ C 7. Sale catalogue: 1802.
HA87/ C 8. Measurements of various lands.
HA87/ C 9. Plans: 1784-1799.
HA87/ C 10. Notice to quit: 1836.
HA87/ D. Benjamin Batt
HA87/ D 1. Papers, estate and finance: 1802-1834.
HA87/ D 2. Papers, parish affairs: 1790-1834.
HA87/ D 3. Papers, personal: 1769-1822.
HA87/ E. David Morley
HA87/ E 1. Papers, estate and finance: 1833-1888.
HA87/ E 2. Papers, personal: 1815-1854.
HA87/ F. Rev. D.B. Morley
HA87/ F 1. Papers, estate and finance: 1862-1897.
HA87/ F 2. Papers, personal: 1860-1897
HA87/ G. Other Morleys: 1837-1910.
HA87/ H. Tithes, payment of: 1715/16-1833.
HA87/ J. Parish property - charities, tithes and terriers: (1407/8)-1866.
HA87/ K. Census: 1821 and s.d.
HA87/ L. Miscellaneous, including recipes and printed handbills: 1660-1841.



DEEDS & WILLS  [no ref. or date]

MENDLESHAM  [no ref.]  1665-1793

Assignment of Mortgage, in consideration of £114, William Walker of Mendlesham, yeoman, to Barnaby Gibson of Framsden, gent; a close of 16 acres called Synk Close in Mendlesham  HA87/A1/1  10th October 1665

Lease for 9 years for £55 yearly, Nathaniel Fairclough of Stowmarket, gent, and wife Elizabeth and Garnham Ray rector of Bradfield, gent, to George Batt of Mendlesham, yeoman  HA87/A1/2/1  10th January 1750/1

Contents:
A capital messuage or tenement and farm with appurtenances in Mendlesham, Cotton and Wickham Skeith

Fragment of Lease preserving endorsement: Agreement between Mrs. Grace Goodall, lessor, and George Batt, lessee, to alter the terms of the lease  HA87/A1/2/2  1st November 1762

Lease for 9 years for £70 yearly, Orbell Ray of Tostock, clerk, to Hannah Batt of Mendlesham, widow, and son Benjamin; a messuage or tenement and farm with appurtenances in Mendlesham, Cotton and Wickham Skeith  HA87/A1/2/3  10th October 1793

Mortgage in consideration of £45 arrears of rent, Arthur Doe of Mendlesham, yeoman, to George Batt of Mendlesham, yeoman; the farm in occupation of Arthur Doe  HA87/A1/3  25th February 1766

Articles of Agreement  HA87/A1/4  9th June 1779

Contents:
Dorothy Holland of Mendlesham, widow, James Horn of Trimley, carpenter, in right of wife Mary and John Kent of Falkenham, carpenter, in right of wife Alice with Benjamin Batt of Mendlesham, farmer, for the conveyance of the south part of the house wherein the said Dorothy Holland now dwells with appurtenances in Mendlesham, in consideration of £20
Enclosed: papers concerning the title to the above, including copy of the Will of Robert Cake of Mendlesham, benefactor 10th February 1473/4

WETHERDEN  [no ref.]  1666/7-1846

Bargain and Sale to lead a Common Recovery  HA87/A2/1/1  20th January 1666/7

Contents:
John Newman of Wetherden, gent, to John Johnson of Staple Inn, London, gent; a messuage or tenement called Basts with 3 closes adjoining in Wetherden
A piece of land called Basts Green in Wetherden
Endorsed: No.1.

Common Recovery  HA87/A2/1/2  20th February 19 Car II (1666/7)

Contents:
Jacob Wragg, gent. v. John Johnson with John Newman, vouchee, concerning a messuage, 2 gardens and 14 acres of pasture in Wetherden
Endorsed: No.2.

Deed to declare the uses of a Common Recovery  HA87/A2/1/3  20th February 1666/7

Contents:
i) John Johnson of Staple Inn, London, gent
ii) John Newman of Wetherden, gent
iii) Jacob Wragg of Kings Lynn county Norfolk, gent
Endorsed: No.3.

Lease and Release  HA87/A2/1/4  19th & 20th May 1667


Related information: See HA87/A2/1

Contents:
In consideration of £200, John Newman of Wetherden, gent, and Jacob Wragg of Kings Lynn, gent, to George Hinchloe of Middleton county Norfolk, gent
Endorsed: Nos. 4 & 5.

Lease and Release (Lease wanting)  HA87/A2/1/5  19th December 1684


Related information: See HA87/A2/1

Contents:
In consideration of £110, Thomas Hinchloe of Kings Lynn, gent, to Thomas Powlter of Bury St. Edmunds, yeoman, and John Powlter of Bury St. Edmunds, grocer
Endorsed: No.8.

Lease and Release (Lease wanting)  HA87/A2/1/6  3rd February, 1685/6


Related information: See HA87/A2/1

Contents:
In consideration of £110, Thomas Powlter of Bury St. Edmunds, yeoman, and John Powlter of Bury St. Edmunds, grocer, to John Warren of Hepworth, clerk
Endorsed: No. 11.

Sketch map of an estate called Basts in Wetherden  HA87/A2/1/7  1723

Lease for 7 years  HA87/A2/1/8  18th January 1790

Contents:
For £21. 11. 7d., Benjamin Batt of Mendlesham to William Harrison of Wetherden; 6 pieces of arable land and 1 piece of pasture called Basts Meadow with the barn thereon in Wetherden

Agreement articles between Benjamin Batt, Mendlesham, and John Bull, Wetherden, for lease of 6 pieces of arable land and a piece of pasture called Basts in Wetherden, for 6 years  HA87/A2/1/9  11th November 1796

Will of John Bull of Wetherden, farmer  HA87/A2/1/10  5th May 1802

Copy acknowledgement of receipt of legacy, William Bull grandson of John Bull of Wetherden, deceased  HA87/A2/1/11  23rd January 1811

Copy notice to quit premises in Wetherden, Benjamin Batt to Mrs. Susannah Francis  HA87/A2/1/12  6th April 1833

Draft agreement between David Morley of Ipswich, stationer, and John Bird of Wetherden, farmer, concerning the lease of a messuage and farm house with a double cottage in Wetherden  HA87/A2/1/13  May 1837

Agreement  HA87/A2/1/14  3rd June 1837

Contents:
David Morley of Ipswich, stationer, with John Russell of Haughley, builder, for the lease of amessuage and farmhouse in Wetherden, and for the pulling down and re-building of a double cottage called Basts now in the occupation of William Francis and Isaac Scruby, including a ground plan of the new double cottage

Agreement that William Francis shall continue to occupy free of charge property belonging to David Morley, provided he pays all arrears of his late mother's tenancy  HA87/A2/1/15  12th October 1837

Notices to quit premises in Wetherden, David Morley to John Scruby, William Francis and Stephen Martin senior  HA87/A2/1/16  30th March 1837 - 5th April 1838

Abstract of writings concerning house in Wetherden Street called Stokes Hall sold in 1790 to George Pettit and by him to John Bull; 1704 to 1733.  HA87/A2/2/1  nd

Bond in £197. 6. Od., Benjamin Batt of Mendlesham, former to Christian Morley of Rougham, widow, 18th May, 1786  HA87/A2/2/2  18th May 1786 - 17th October 1787

Contents:
Endorsed: Receipt for principal and interest, 17th October 1787

Marriage settlement by way of lease and release  HA87/A2/2/3  17th & 18th February 1791

Contents:
i) John Bull of Wetherden, yeoman
To ii) David Bull of Wetherden, yeoman
iii) Christian Morley of Wetherden, widow; part of a tenement built called Stoakes hall in Wetherden

Articles of Agreement, between Thomas Brook of Buxhall, yeoman, and Robert Rodwell of Wetherden, yeoman, for the lease for 3 years for £11 yearly of a messuage or tenement in Wetherden  HA87/A2/3/1  10th July 1735

Letter from William Brook, Stowmarket, to concerning terms for sale of farm and cottages at Wetherden  HA87/A2/3/2  18th April 1788

Receipt from William Brook to Benjamin Batt for deposit money for estate at Ba( ? ) Green, Wetherden, and for cottages  HA87/A2/3/3  12th May 1788

Contents:
Endorsed: memorandum by Benjamin Batt concerning the payment of the rest of the purchase money.

Account from Messrs. Paske and Mudd to Benjamin Batt for legal charges concerning purchase of estate from John Brook  HA87/A2/3/4  [n.d.]

Contents:
Settled 17th July 1788

Account from J. Sparke to Benjamin Batt, Mendlesham, for making copy of the will of Thomas Brook and other documents  HA87/A2/3/5  November 1789

Memorandum of agreement between Benjamin Batt and Stephen Martin, both of Wetherden, for lease of 6 pieces of arable land and Low Meadow, lying in Wetherden  HA87/A2/4/1  4th April 1805

Copy of the Will of Stephen Martin of Wetherden, farmer  HA87/A2/4/2  [n.d.]

Contents:
Made 4th September 1824

Copy of the will of Stephen Martin, Wetherden, farmer.  HA87/A2/4/3  No date

Copy of will of Thomas Denny, Haughley, innkeeper (including bequest of 2 messuages or tenements with yards, gardens and appurtenances in Haughley Street to Robert Howe, Haughley, and John Proctor, Gislingham)  HA87/A2/5/1  29th January 1824

Copy of agreement between Robert Howe, Haughley, farmer, and Robert Clarke, Stowmarket, farmer, for sale of messuage, farmhouse and outbuildings and 100 acres of land in Wetherden  HA87/A2/5/2  3rd March 1825

Letter from William Ransom, Stowmarket, to Mr. Batt, Wetherden, concerning delay in conveyance of Howe's farm at Wetherden  HA87/A2/5/3  5th December 1827

Letter from William Ransom, Stowmarket, to Mr. Batt, Wetherden, concerning purchase of Howe's farm at Wetherden  HA87/A2/5/4  7th June 1828

Letter from William Ransom, Stowmarket, to Mr. Batt, Wetherden, concerning title deeds to be executed for conveyance of Howe's farm at Wetherden  HA87/A2/5/5  20th August 1828

Letter from William Ransom, Stowmarket, to Mr. Batt, concerning sale of Mr. Howe's farm at Wetherden  HA87/A2/5/6  25th November 1828

Letter from William Ransom, Stowmarket, to Mr. Batt, Wetherden, concerning delay in conveyance of Howe's farm at Wetherden  HA87/A2/5/7  20th March 1829

Letter from William Ransom, Stowmarket, to Mr. Batt, Wetherden, agreeing to refund expences in the event of non-completion of purchase  HA87/A2/5/8  28th April 1829

Letter from William Ransom, Stowmarket, to Mr. Batt, Wetherden, concerning Land Tax charged on farm, late Howe's  HA87/A2/5/9  21st May 1829

Letter from William Ransom, Stowmarket, to Mr. Batt, Wetherden, concerning purchase of Mr. Howe's farm at Wetherden  HA87/A2/5/10  25th November 1829

Contents:
With copy of Benjamin Batt's letter to which this is a reply, 12th November, 1829.

Letter from William Ransom, Stowmarket, to Mr. Batt, Wetherden acknowledging receipt of purchase money for land late part of Robert Howe's farm at Wetherden.  HA87/A2/5/11  7th January 1830

Letter from William Ransom, William Ransom, Stowmarket, to Mr. Batt, Wetherden, concerning the conveyancing of property purchased of Robert Howe  HA87/A2/5/12  3rd July 1832

Copy of agreement between Robert Clarke, Stowmarket, farmer, and Benjamin Batt, Wetherden, farmer, for sale of 2 pieces of arable land at Wetherden, called Sandfields  HA87/A2/6/1  24th March 1825

Copy of agreement between Robert Clarke, Stowmarket, farmer, and Benjamin Batt, Wetherden, farmer, for sale of 2 pieces of arable land at Wetherden, called Sandfields  HA87/A2/6/2  24th March 1825

Copy of letters from (? Benjamin Batt) to Mr. Ransom concerning the uncompleted purchase of lands late R. Clarke's, and the rate assessment of the thereby untenanted lands  HA87/A2/6/3  26th February - 21st July 1829

Letter from William Ransom, Stowmarket, to Mr. Batt, Wetherden, concerning the ploughing of land purchased from Robert Clarke  HA87/A2/6/4  23rd April 1829

Account from William Ransom to Benjamin Batt for legal charges concerning purchase from Robert Clarke of part of Wetherden Street Farm  HA87/A2/6/5  [n.d.]

Contents:
Settled 9th July 1831

Notice to David Morley that the railway line authorised by the "Ipswich & Bury St. Edmund's Railway Act, 1845" will pass through a parcel of his land  HA87/A2/7/1  12th January 1846

Articles of Agreement  HA87/A2/7/2  17th January 1846

Contents:
Between Robert Garrod of Ipswich, land agent, on behalf of the Ipswich and Bury St. Edmunds Railway Company and David Morley of Ipswich bookseller, for the sale of 2 acres of land in Wetherden (plan attached), in consideration of £300

Memorandum by David Morley, concerning purchase of land from him by the Ipswich and Bury St. Edmunds Railway Company  HA87/A2/7/3  15th January 1846

WILLISHAM & OFFTON  [no ref.]  1702-1825

Note concerning writings delivered to Mr. Ransom  HA87/A3/1/1  nd

Contents:
Including abstract of title of William Grimwood and Ann, his wife, to freehold estates in Willisham and Offton, 1702-1788, and a schedule of deeds and writings comprising the title of William Dawes to the said premises, 1702-1796

Copy of conditional surrender, manor of Willisham Hall  HA87/A3/1/2  9th July 1804

Contents:
Tenement called Sewalls with 4 acres of land, a messuage and 2 pieces of land, other parcel of the tenement Sewalls, 1 other piece of meadow also parcel of the tenement Sewalls, and a piece of land called Cow Land, a little piece of land in Willisham formerly of the tenement Armigees, a cottage now washed, a garden or parcel of land adjoining called Pynetts Pightle: William Dawes, Willisham, farmer, to Benjamin Batt, Wetherden, farmer
Endorsed: schedule of deeds and writings comprising the title of William Dawes to the 'sd. estate': 1796-1804.

Letter from Richard Mudd, Needham Market, to Mr. Batt inquiring whether he would like to advance the sum of £500 on security of an eligible landed estate  HA87/A3/1/3  8th March 1804

Letter from Richard Mudd, Needham Market, to Mr. Batt, farmer, Wetherden, concerning payment of interest due from Mr. Dawes  HA87/A3/1/4  21st September 1809

Letter from Richard Mudd, Needham Market, to Benjamin Batt, Wetherden, concerning the sale of land mortgaged to Batt  HA87/A3/1/5  5th January 1817

Receipt for interest due from Mr. Dawes  HA87/A3/1/6  27th September 1819

Receipt to William Dawes for interest (due to Benjamin Batt)  HA87/A3/1/7  17th October 1821

Letter from William Ransom, Stowmarket, to Mr. Batt, Wetherden, concerning legal action involving Mr. Dawes  HA87/A3/1/8  9th February 1824

Letters from William Ransom, Stowmarket, to Mr. Batt, Wetherden; and copy letters from Benjamin Batt to (? William Ransom) concerning Mr. Dawes Mortgage  HA87/A3/1/9  9th February 1824 - 17th April 1825

Draft letters by (Benjamin Batt) concerning a visit made to him by Mr. Dawes  HA87/A3/1/10  18th and 21st October 1824

Account of arrears of interest due to Benjamin Batt from Mr. Dawes  HA87/A3/1/11  21st April 1825

THWATTE  [no ref.]  1566 - c 18th century

Mortgage by way of lease for 1000 years  HA87/A4/1/1  2nd October 8 Eliz (1566)

Contents:
In consideration of £5 and a yearly payment of 5 pence, Nicholas Mynne of Little Walsingham county Norfolk esq., and Henry Goldinge of Little Byrche county Essex esq., to William Crosse of Thwaite, turner; a toft of 2½ acres with appurtenances in Thwaite, abutting on Rodewaye towards the east, copyhold of the Manor of Brockford Hall in Thwaite

Mortgage by way of lease for 1000 years, in consideration of £88 and a yearly payment of £3. 7. 8½, Henry Golding of Little Byrch county Essex esq., and Nicholas Mynne of Little Walsingham county Norfolk esq., to William Revet of Brockford gent; 55 acres of land, including a close or pasture of 20 acres called Melfeld and a capital messuage of 9 acres called Wrothes, all copyhold of the Manor of Brockford (description and field names)  HA87/A4/2/1  1st December 9 Eliz (1566)

Damaged

Bargain and Sale in consideration of ?, Thomas Grundy of Redenhall county Norfolk to Nicholas H ? and Arthur Penninge of Kettleburgh gent; the manors of Brockford Hall in Thwaite, Brockford, Wickham, Thornham and Stoke  HA87/A4/3/1  10th November, 21 Eliz (1579)

Mutilated; one margin missing

Deed to follow the uses of a Recovery, William Cann of Norwich county Norfolk, hosier, to Sir George Reeve of Thwaite, knight and bart.  HA87/A4/4/1  20th August 1676

Lower portion only of a deed between Thomas Williamson and Sir Robert Reve.  HA87/A4/5/1  nd 18century

WOOLPIT  [no ref.]  1828

Draft Articles of Agreement, between John Bacon of Wetherden with Charles Robinson senior and Charles Robinson junior of Wetherden, for the lease for a year for £50 of 24 acres of land in 8 pieces in Woolpit.  HA87/A5/1/1  1828

CASTLE ACRE county NORFOLK  [no ref.]  1762-1862

Bundle labelled: "Sept 1862 Writings relating to one undivided 3rd part of and in 2 cottages and premises at Castleacre Norfolk purchased by Mr. Edward Makemead of Mr. Robert Neal".  HA87/A6/1/1  Sept 1862

Probate of the Will of Robert Alcock of Castle Acre county Norfolk, busbandman, made 6th January 1764, proved at Norwich 27th January 1764  HA87/A6/1/2  January 1764

Probate of the Will of Robert Allcock of West Acre county Norfolk, labourer, made 4th March 1782, proved at Norwich 27th June, 1801.  HA87/A6/1/3  4 March 1782 - 27 June 1801

Probate of the Will of Edward Alcock of Marham, county Norfolk, labourer, made 5th July, 1801, proved at Swaffham 28th January, 1822.  HA87/A6/1/4  5 July 1801 - 28 January 1822

Account of costs for repairs  HA87/A6/1/5  nd

Bond in £200, Robert Neal of Marham, yeoman, to Ann Neal and Elizabeth Neal both of Marham, spinsters, to pay £50 to each of the said Ann and Elizabeth on the death of their father Edward Neal, 18th April 1843  HA87/A6/1/6  April 1843 - April 1860

Contents:
Endorsed: Receipts for the above payments, 4th April, 1860.

Conveyance  HA87/A6/1/7  23 September 1862

Contents:
In consideration of £20
i) Robert Neal of Marham, labourer, and wife Elizabeth; to
ii) Edward Makemead of Marham, farmer
iii) William Seppings of Kings Lynn county Norfolk esq.
One third part of and in 2 cottages or tenements in Castle Acre, county Norfolk; 23rd September 1862.
Attached: Certificate for the acknowledgement of deeds by married women, 23rd September 1862.

Attested copy of the Will of Robert Floyd of Castleacre, county Norfolk, tailor, made 12th December, 1783, proved 6th July, 1795.  HA87/A6/1/8  nd

Copy of Will of Edward Alcock of Marham, county Norfolk, labourer, made 5th July, 1801; with Letter of Administration appointing Mary Neale administratrix, 6th June, 1825.  HA87/A6/1/9  5 July 1801 - 6 June 1825

Copy of Court Roll, Manors of Castle Acre, Priors and Arundalls, conditional surrender in consideration of £100, Mary Money to William Redwell, of all copyhold property  HA87/A6/1/10  23rd January 1762

Copy of Court Roll, Manors of Castle Acre Priors and Arundalls  HA87/A6/1/11  23rd January 1762

Contents:
Conditional surrender in consideration of £100, William Patfield of Elsden, county Norfolk, farmer and wife Ann, Elliott Fishpoole of North Pickenham county Norfolk farmer and wife Mary and Alice Money of Castle Acre spinster to William Rodwell of Swaffnam county Norfolk, merchant, of all copyhold property

Bond in £200, Mary Money of Castle Acre, widow, William Patfield, Elliott Fishpoole and Alice Money to William Rodwell  HA87/A6/1/12  23rd January 1762

Copy of Court Roll, Manor of Priors and Arundels in Castle Acre  HA87/A6/1/13  3rd July 1805

Contents:
Surrender by William Patfield of Castle Acre, yeoman, and wife Ann, Mary Fishpool of Sporle county Norfolk, widow, and James Browne of Castle Acre, yeoman, and wife Alice, of all copyhold property, to the use of William Greswell of Castle Acre, revenue officer

Bond in £320, William Greswell to Mary Jarrod of Marham county Norfolk, to keep covenants  HA87/A6/1/14  3rd July 1805

Copy of Court Roll, Manor of Priors and Arundels in Castle Acre  HA87/A6/1/15  29th October 1813

Contents:
Conditional surrender in consideration of £200, William Greswell of Castle Acre, baker, to Mary Jarrod of Cockley-Cley county Norfolk, widow, of all copyhold property

Manor of Priors and Arundels in Castle Acre, Warrant to acknowledge satisfaction on conditional surrenders made by William Greswell to Mary Jarred  HA87/A6/1/16  9th October 1817

Manors of Priors and Arundels in Castle Acre, Warrant to enter satisfaction on conditional surrenders made by Robert Floyd to Henry Dye, relating to a piece of land on Church Green in Castle Acre with a baking office thereon  HA87/A6/1/17  24th September 1817

Schedule of Title Deeds belonging to a messuage and baking office in Castle Acre, purchased of William Groswell and mortgaged by William Hart to Robert Jarred  HA87/A6/1/18  February 1755 - October 1817

Bond in £800, William Hart of North Elmham county Norfolk, miller, to Robert Jarred of Marham, farmer, to keep covenants  HA87/A6/1/19  11th October 1817

Manor of Priors and Arundels in Castle Acre, Warrant to acknowledge satisfaction on a conditional surrender of 11th October, 1817 between William Hart and Robert Jarred  HA87/A6/1/20  3rd March 1835

Copy of Court Roll, Manor of Priors and Arundels in Castle Acre  HA87/A6/1/21  20th October 1839

Contents:
Surrender by Raven Forby of Castle Acre, miller and baker, of the east end of a messuage or tenement in Market Street in Castle Acre; a piece of land with a baking office and cottage thereon abutting on Market Street (description) to the use of William Burton of Castle Acre, baker, in consideration of £320

Copy of Court Roll, Manor of Priors and Arundels in Castle Acre  HA87/A6/1/22  2nd July 1850

Contents:
Conditional surrender in consideration of £500, William Burton of Castle Acre, baker, to George Holditch of Kings Lynn county Norfolk, merchant, and Lewis Whincop Jarvis of Kings Lynn, gent, of all copyhold property

Warrant to enter satisfaction on HA87/A6/1/22  HA87/A6/1/23  2nd April 1862

Copy of Court Roll, Manor of Priors and Arundels in Castle Acre  HA87/A6/1/24  3rd April 1862

Contents:
Surrender by William Burton of Sedgeford county Norfolk, yeoman, of the east end of a messuage or tenement in Market Street in Castle Acre; a piece of land with a baking office and cottage thereon abutting on Market Street, to the use of Edward Makemead of Marham, farmer, in consideration of £100

Copy of Court Roll, Manor of Priors and Arundels in Castle Acre  HA87/A6/1/25  29th October 1862

Contents:
Admission of Edward Makemead of Marham, farmer, to a messuage or tenement with a baking office and appurtenances in Market Street in Castle Acre; a parcel of land with a baking office and cottage or tenement thereon abutting on the said street on the surrender of William Burton of Sedgeford county Norfolk, yeoman, in consideration of £100

Copy of Court Roll, Manors of Priors and Arundalls in Castle Acre county Norfolk  HA87/A6/1/26  27th November 1771

Contents:
Admission of James Garner to a messuage or part of a messuage in Chimney Street in Castle Acre a pightle of ½ acre lately belonging to a tenement called Blabbs in Castle Acre on the death of father John Garner

Copy of Court Roll, Manors of Priors and Arundalls in Castleacre county Norfolk  HA87/A6/1/27  19th November 1772

Contents:
Admission of William Garrod of Castleacre, yeoman, to a messuage or part of a messuage in Chimney Street in Castleacre a pightle of ½ acre lately belonging to a tenement called Blabbs in Castleacre on the surrender of James Garner

Copy of Court Roll, Manor of Priors and Arundels in Castle Acre  HA87/A6/1/28  2nd November 1825

Contents:
Admission of Jane wife of Edmund Makemead of Marham, yeoman, late Jane Alcock spinster to a messuage or part of a messuage in Chimney Street in Castle Acre a pightle of ½ acre lately belonging to a tenement called Blabbs in Castle Acre by the Will of father Edward Alcock

Copy of Court Roll, Manor of Priors and Arundels in Castle Acre  HA87/A6/1/29  28th October 1857

Contents:
Admission of Edmund Allcock Makemead of Marham, farmer, to a messuage or part of a messuage in Chimney Street in Castle Acre a pightle of ½ acre lately belonging to a tenement called Blabbs in Castle Acre on the death of mother Jane Makemead

Copy of Court Roll, Manor of Priors and Arundels in Castle Acre  HA87/A6/1/30  26th October 1842

Contents:
Admission of Robert Neal of Marham, yeoman, to a close of 5 roods called Pond Yard or Coney Pightle on the death of mother Mary Neal

Manor of Priors and Arundels in Castle Acre  HA87/A6/1/31  26th October 1839

Contents:
Warrant to acknowledge satisfaction on a conditional surrender of 3rd March, 1835, for collaterally securing £500 and interest, Raven Forby to Thomas Augustus Carter of Kings Lynn county Norfolk, merchant, and John Lambert of Snettisham county Norfolk, shopkeeper

Manor of Priors and Arundels in Castle Acre  HA87/A6/1/32  1st July 1850

Contents:
Warrant to enter satisfaction on a conditional surrender of 3rd March, 1835 for securing the principal sum of £500 and interest, Raven Forby to Thomas Augustus Carter and John Lambert

MANNINGTREE county ESSEX  [no ref.]  1669-1823

Copy feoffment  HA87/A7/1/1  1st November 1669

Contents:
In consideration of £53, Elizabeth Kirrington of Dovercourt county Essex, widow, to John Norman of Manningtree county Essex bricklayer and wife Joanna, a messuage or tenement called the Bell in Manningtree, now divided into 2 tenements

Lease and Release  HA87/A7/1/2  14th & 15th December 1709

Contents:
In consideration of £20, Thomas Francis of Little Bentley county Essex, yeoman, to Thomas Fish of Mistley county Essex, yeoman; a messuage or tenement in Manningtree in occupation of James Eagle

Probate of the Will of Thomas Fish of Manningtree, yeoman, made 31st January, 1713/4, proved at London 23rd February 1713/4  HA87/A7/1/3  31 January 1713/4 - 23 February 1713/4

Lease for a year  HA87/A7/1/4  2nd February 1715/6

Contents:
Robert Thurton of Ipswich and John Deeves of East Bergholt, yeoman, to Jonathan Low of Manningtree, baker; a messuage or tenement in Manningtree, late in occupation of John Deeves

Probate of the Will of Mary Claysby, wife of John Claysby of Lawford county Essex, husbandman, made 5th February, 1731/2, proved 24th December, 1743.  HA87/A7/1/5  5 February 1731/2 - 24 December 1743

Lease and Release (lease wanting)  HA87/A7/1/6  18th July 1745

Contents:
In consideration of annuities of £12 and £6, i) John Sacker junior of Stratford (? St. Mary) gent; to ii) John Sacker senior of Stratford, gent; iii) Mary wife of John Clasby of Lawford, yeoman,; several messuages or tenements in Manningtree formerly in occupation of Jonathan Lowe and others; messuages or tenements in Lawford, now in occupation of John Clasby and others
Bond in £400 to keep covenants

Lease and Release  HA87/A7/1/7  29th & 30th May 1746

Release mutilated

Contents:
For making partition of the premises, John Sacker senior of Stratford, gent, and wife Susanna, John Sacker junior of Stratford, gent, and John Claysby of Lawford, yeoman and wife Mary to Samuel Sacker of Lawford, gent; several messuages or tenements in Manningtree formerly in occupation of Jonathan Lawe and others; messuages or tenements in Lawford, now in occupation of John Clasby and others

Lease and Release as collateral security for the payment of annuities  HA87/A7/1/8  12 December 1749 - 13 December 1749

Contents:
i) John Sacker senior; ii) John Sacker junior and John Clasby senior and wife Mary; to iii) Samuel Sacker; iv) John Clasby junior and Mary Clasby, children of ii; a messuage or tenement in Manningtree, in occupation of John Mannard; 12th & 13th December, 1749.
Bond in £300 to keep covenants; 13th December, 1749.

Common Recovery, John Matthew Grimwood esq., v. Brook Allen Bridges, with John Elliston and wife Mary, vouchees, concerning a messuage and garden in Manningtree  HA87/A7/1/9  28th November 37 Geo III (1796)

Insurance policy, William Harding of Manningtree schoolmaster with the Royal Exchange Assurance  HA87/A7/1/10  25th December 1806

Contents:
On a dwelling house in Manningtree

Account  HA87/A7/1/11  June 1816 - July 1816

Contents:
William S. Chapman, to John Roger, for legal charges connected with conveyance from William Harding's Executor of messuage and premises in Manningtree; June, 1816. With receipts attached: 24th June and 6th July, 1816.

Account, John Spurling, to John Rogers, for legal charges in making his will  HA87/A7/1/12  22nd November 1820

Bill of Sale  HA87/A7/1/13  9th July 1823

Contents:
In consideration of £153, Isaac Bennett of Ipswich, master mariner, to John Rogers of Manning tree county Essex, master mariner; 2/16ths parts in the schooner called the Mary and Eliza of the port of Ipswich

Letter from William Angell, Manningtree, to (? Mr. Rogers), concerning his Lease to Mr. Silke  HA87/A7/1/14  7th December 1823

Photostat copy of Citation, Mary Rogers of Ipswich, widow, to appear in the parish church of Beccles to exhibit an inventory and the Will of John Rogers of Ipswich, mariner, deceased; 10th March, 1827.  HA87/A7/1/15  nd

WILLS  [no ref.]  1813-1828

Draft of the Will of Isaac Sadler of Rattlesden  HA87/A8/1/1  August 1823

Draft Will of William Orsbourn of Wyverstone, farmer  HA87/A8/2/1  C 1800 - 1840

Draft Will of George Pettit late of Norton but now in the Goal of Bury St. Edmunds  HA87/A8/3/1  nd

Copy of Will of Thomas Hawkins, Drinkston, wheelwright  HA87/A8/4/1  July 1813

Copy of the Will of Dan Warner Harley of Tot Hill in Haughley, gent., musical instrument maker, made 8th June, 1818.  HA87/A8/5/1  nd

Copy of the Will of James Cole of Elmswell, farmer, made 21st January, 1822.  HA87/A8/6/1  nd

Copy of the Will of Jane Barnes of Haughley, spinster, made 21st November, 1828.  HA87/A8/7/1  nd

Copy of the Will of Philip Hicks, Wetherden  HA87/A8/8/1  No date

EXECUTORSHIP RECORDS  [no ref. or date]

GEORGE BATT  [no ref.]  1781-1796

Will of George Batt of Mendlesham, yeoman  HA87/B1/1/1  21st April 1781

"An Account of the Legacies paid to the Legatees of the late Mr. George Batt, and other Expences attending the fulfilling the Will of the said deceased, who died the 14th Day of March, 1784."  HA87/B1/1/2  18th March 1784 - 24th November 1796

Release of legacy paid to Daniel Barker of Thwaite, yeoman, and wife Mary, by Thomas Francis and Benjamin Batt both of Mendlesham, farmers, by the Will of George Batt  HA87/B1/1/3  12th April 1785

Release of legacy paid to Simon Codd senior of Haughley farmer by Thomas Francis and Benjamin Batt both of Mendlesham, farmer  HA87/B1/1/4  12th April 1785

Acknowledgement  HA87/B1/1/5  12th April 1785

Contents:
By Robert Mullinger, Cotton, dealer and chapman, and Elizabeth, his wife (one of the daughters of Susan Clark, deceased, who was sister to George Batt, Mendlesham, yeoman, deceased) of receipt of legacy under the will of George Batt; from Thomas Francis, Mendlesham, farmer, and Benjamin Batt, Mendlesham, farmer

Acknowledgement  HA87/B1/1/6  19th April 1790

Contents:
By James Horn, Trimley St. Mary, carpenter and Mary his wife (one of the daughters of Dorothy Holland, deceased, who was sister to George Batt) of receipt of legacy under the will of George Batt; from Thomas Francis and Benjamin Batt

Acknowledgement  HA87/B1/1/7  19th April 1790

Contents:
By John Kent, Trimley St. Mary, carpenter, and Alice his wife (one of the daughters of Dorothy Holland, deceased, who was sister to George Batt) of receipt of legacy under the will of George Batt: from Thomas Francis and Benjamin Batt

Receipt for payment of part of legacy due to Thomas and Mary Sheldrake, by the Will of George Batt  HA87/B1/1/8  10th October 1792

Acknowledgement  HA87/B1/1/9  29th August 1794

Contents:
By Daniel Barker, Thwaite, and Mary his wife (one of the daughters of Susan Clarke, deceased, who was sister to George Batt) of receipt of legacy under the will of George Batt; from Thomas Francis and Benjamin Batt

Release of legacy paid to Avice Rice of Ixworth, spinster, by Thomas Francis and Benjamin Batt by the Will of George Batt  HA87/B1/1/10  29th August 1794

Release of legacy paid to Thomas Sheldrake of Mendlesham and wife Mary by Thomas Francis and Benjamin Batt by the Will of George Batt  HA87/B1/1/11  29th August 1794

Release of legacy paid to Thomas Rice, sergeant in the 9th Regiment of Foot now at Norwich by Thomas Francis and Benjamin Batt by the Will of George Batt  HA87/B1/1/12  24th November 1796

Memorandum of the legacies in the Will of George Batt.  HA87/B1/1/13  nd

Memorandum of George Batt's legatees  HA87/B1/1/14  nd

Note concerning duty to be paid on legacies  HA87/B1/1/15  nd

BENJAMIN BATT SENIOR  [no ref.]  1781-1812

An inventory  HA87/B2/1/1  3 April 1781 - January 1812

Contents:
Of the stock, household furniture and effects of Benjamin Batt of Mendlesham, farmer, deceased, taken by Thomas Francis and Daniel Simpson, and valued by Philip Richer; 3rd April, 1781
With note of shares paid by Mr. Simpson to legatees in December 1811 and January 1812.

BENJAMIN BATT JUNIOR  [no ref.]  1820-1841

Parcel marked 'Account of executorship for Mr. Benjamin Batt, 1837'  HA87/B3/1  1820 - 1841

Letter from J. Deck, Bury St. Edmunds, concerning valuation of goods (of late Benjamin Batt), also referring to lease of farms  HA87/B3/1/1  27th April

Memorandum of furniture and articles selected by David Morley of Ipswich, from the effects of Benjamin Batt, deceased, late of Wetherden  HA87/B3/1/2  21st March 1837

Note by Benjamin Batt of books lent to him by Rev. W.H. Ward  HA87/B3/1/3  21st October 1820

Letter from J. Deck, Bury St. Edmunds, to Mr. Morley concerning sale of property belonging to late Benjamin Batt; also referring to lease of farms  HA87/B3/1/4  19th April

Account from S.H. & C. Cowell, New Market Lane, Ipswich, to Mr. D. Morley for wines & spirits  HA87/B3/1/5  1837

Receipt for poor rate, parish of Wetherden, Benjamin Batt  HA87/B3/1/6  31st January 1837

Receipt for poor rate, parish of Wetherden, Benjamin Batt  HA87/B3/1/7  18th May 1837

List of books lent by D. Morley to Benjamin Batt.  HA87/B3/1/8  [n.d.]

Account from J. Williams, Wetherden, to Mr. Batt, for groceries  HA87/B3/1/9  Settled 13th February 1837

Account from J. Williams, Wetherden, to Mr Batt, for groceries  HA87/B3/1/10  January 1837

Account of Benjamin Batt's personal estate  HA87/B3/1/11  August 1830

Small account book containing housekeeping accounts; also accounts of milk, butter, cheese, etc. sold.  HA87/B3/1/12  1835 to 1837

Sale catalogue; household furniture, linen, books, farming utensils, three cows, hay etc.,; the property of the late Benjamin Batt, sold by auction by J. Deck at Wetherden  HA87/B3/1/13  14th April 1837

Account of the personal estate of Benjamin Batt, Wetherden, gent., deceased, died 10th March, 1837; David Morley, Ipswich, bookbinder and stationer, sole executor  HA87/B3/1/14  1837 to 1839

File of vouchers for payments made by Benjamin Batt's executor  HA87/B3/1/15  1837 and 1838

Quantity of annuity and legacy receipts and other Stamp Office documents, relating to the will of Benjamin Batt  HA87/B3/1/16  1838 to 1841

Papers concerning the Will of Benjamin Batt  HA87/B3/1/17  June and July 1836

Contents:
Draft Will; copy letter to David Morley asking him not to sell the messuage and farm in Wetherden; copy letter to William Ransom asking that the Will be drawn up; letters from William Ransom concerning the drawing up and signing of the Will

Printed catalogue of household furniture, linen, books, farming utensils, 3 cows, hay and other effects, the property of the late Benjamin Batt to be sold by auction by Mr. Deck at Wetherden  HA87/B3/1/18  14th April 1837

5 copies

WYARD FAMILY  [no ref.]  1766-1816

Packet of vouchers, Thomas, John and Ann Wyard  HA87/B4/1/1  1771-1787

Will of Thomas Wyard, Wetherden, carpenter, made 26th July 1766  HA87/B4/1/1a  [n.d.]

Account of Mrs. Ann Wyard, one of the executors of John Wyard, deceased  HA87/B4/1/1b  1786

Bond for payment of £60, John and Thomas Wyard, Wetherden, carpenters, to William Harrison, Wetherden, farmer  HA87/B4/1/1c  5th December 1771

Will of William Harrison, Wetherden, made 27th January 1787  HA87/B4/1/1d  [n.d.]

Account of Mrs. Ann Wyard as administrator of her mother's estate  HA87/B4/1/1e  1786

Recipe for liquor for the use of cattle  HA87/B4/1/1f  [n.d.]

Apprenticeship indenture: Joseph Morley, son of Christian Morley, Parhamston (Parhamhaston), Suffolk, widow, to William Day, Wickham Skeith, cooper  HA87/B4/1/1g  10th June 1779

Account from Messrs. Paske and Mudd to Benjamin Batt for legal charges  HA87/B4/1/2  18 May 1786 - 24 May 1786

Contents:
Relating to the executorship of the will of Mrs. Ann Wyard; Settled 24th May, 1786.
With note (by Benjamin Batt) concerning deed and bond to Thomas Cross, 18th May, 1786

Parcel marked 'Mr. B. Batt, Wetherden. To be forwarded from Haughley White House'  HA87/B4/1/3-18  1786-1830

Letters of administration granted to Ann Wyard, daughter and heir of Ann Wyard, Wetherden, widow, deceased  HA87/B4/1/3  20th April 1786

Copy of the will of Benjamin Batt, Wetherden, farmer, made 22nd March, 1781.  HA87/B4/1/4  [n.d.]

Stamp Office account of personal estate of Ann Wyard, Wetherden, deceased  HA87/B4/1/5  19th June 1816

Letters of administration granted to Benjamin Batt nephew of Ann Wyard, Wetherden, deceased  HA87/B4/1/6  19th June 1816

Receipt, J.H. Case, to Benjamin Batt for letters of administration, bond and affidavit  HA87/B4/1/7  3rd July 1816

Label: Old Writings of an Estate in Wetherden called Basts, 1666 to 1685 when it was purchased by John Warren  HA87/B4/1/8  [n.d.]

Account of funeral expenses, Mrs. Ann Wyard, and account of her personal effects  HA87/B4/1/9  1815-1816

Inventory and valuation of household furniture, stock and other effects of Mrs. Ann Wyard, widow, late of Wetherden, deceased  HA87/B4/1/10  5th April 1786

Printed letter to administrators, from Stamp Office  HA87/B4/1/11  7th September 1816

Stamp Office receipt for legacy from personal estate of Ann Wyard, Wetherden, deceased; Mary, wife of John Crosby  HA87/B4/1/12  23rd July 1816

Similar to HA87/84/1/13 Hannah, wife of Stephen Rice  HA87/B4/1/13  5th August 1816

Inventory of the household furniture and effects of the late Ann Wyard of Wetherden, spinster, valued at £45 by H. Studd  HA87/B4/1/14  24th June 1816

Account of the expenses incurred by the death of Mrs. Ann Wyard, June 1815; and income from household furniture and effects, etc., June 1816.  HA87/B4/1/15  June 1815 - 1830

Contents:
Enclosed: Inventory of the effects of Ann Wyard of Wetherden, valued by H. Studd, 24th June, 1816; Also note of rates paid for land, 1829, 1830; sale account, October 1802.

Lists of furniture and effects belonging to Mr. Simpson, Mrs. Wyard and Mrs. Damant, showing prices fetched and auctioneers' charges  HA87/B4/1/16  nd

Copy of letter from Benjamin Batt to Mr ( ? ) thanking him for a parcel and referring to the settlement of his late aunt's affairs  HA87/B4/1/17  17th August 1815

Two copies of letter from Benjamin Batt concerning spurious claim made on his estate, with notes concerning the Wyard family.  HA87/B4/1/18  No date

MISCELLANEOUS, INCLUDING ABIGAIL BACON & THOMAS WARREN  [no ref.]  1684 - 1735

Folder  HA87/B5/1  19 December 1684 - 7 April 1735

Bond for the payment of £105. 10s: Elizabeth Warren, Haughley, and John Warren of the same place, yeoman, to Nathaniel May, Stutton, gent  HA87/B5/1/1  29th May 1714

Copy of the will of Abigail Bacon, Ipswich, widow; made 1st November, 1717: addressed to Thomas Warren at Haughley.  HA87/B5/1/2  nd

Acknowledgement by James Rowland and Mary, his wife, of receipt from Elizabeth and John Warren of legacy under the will of Thomas Warren, late of Haughley, yeoman, deceased, their father  HA87/B5/1/3  18th June 1715

Bond to perform covenants: John Warren, Haughley, yeoman, and Thomas Warren of the same place, yeoman, to Abigail Bacon, Ipswich, widow  HA87/B5/1/4  30th August 1715

Acknowledgement by John Warren, Thurston, clerk, of receipt from Richard Pupplett, Ipswich, gent., of sum of £140  HA87/B5/1/5  10th October 1687

Bond to perform covenants: John Warren, Thurston, clerk, to Richard Pupplett, Ipswich, clerk  HA87/B5/1/6  10th October 1687

Bond to perform covenants: Thomas Hinchlee, King's Lynn, Norfolk., gent, to John Powlter, Bury St. Edmunds, grocer  HA87/B5/1/7  19th December 1684

Two copies of the will of Thomas Warren, the elder, Haughley, yeoman  HA87/B5/1/8  12th May 1713

Bond to perform covenants: John Warren, Haughley, yeoman: to Ralph Creffield, Audley, Essex  HA87/B5/1/9  15th April 1720

Acknowledgement by James Hammon, one of the sons of William Hammon, of receipt from John Wyard, Wetherden, of legacy under the will of Abigail Bacon, Ipswich  HA87/B5/1/10  19th April 1728

Acknowledgement by Hannah Hammond, Deptford, Kent, daughter of William Hammond, City of London, corker, of receipt from Lydia Colder, Ardleigh, Essex, of legacy under the will of Abigail bacon  HA87/B5/1/11  9th August 1723

Acknowledgement by Elizabeth Hammant of receipt from Thomas Brooks, Buxhall, of legacy under the will of Abigail Bacon: 19th May, 1735.  HA87/B5/1/12  14 April 1714 - 19 May 1735

Contents:
Attached: certificate concerning baptisms of Elizabeth, daughter of William Hammond, Deptford, Kent, caulker, 14th April, 1714. Certificate dated 7th April, 1735.

Memorandum of agreement between Thomas Brooks and John Wyard for lease of messuage or tenement sold by John Wyard to Thomas Brooks  HA87/B5/1/13  21st March 1728

Note from Lydia Foster to Thomas Brooks asking him to pay interest to Samuel Wright: with receipt  HA87/B5/1/14  11th November 1731

Abstract of title of farm called Basts in Wetherden  HA87/B5/1/15  30th March 1720

Acknowledgement by William Hammond, son of William Hammond, City of London, corker, of receipt from John Wyard of legacy under the will of Abigail Bacon  HA87/B5/1/16  22nd November 1725

Bond for the payments of £1-2. 10s.: Thomas Warren, Haughley, yeoman, to John King, Ipswich, blockmaker  HA87/B5/1/17  30th April 1708

Bond to perform covenants: Richard Pupplett, Ipswich, gent, to Thomas Warren, Haughley, yeoman  HA87/B5/1/18  17th August 1706

Bond to perform covenants: John Wyard, Wetherden, architect to Thomas Brooks, Buxhall, yeoman  HA87/B5/1/19  21st March 1728

Memorandum of agreement between Thomas Brooks and John Wyard for lease of messuage or tenement sold by John Wyard to Thomas Brooks  HA87/B5/1/20  21st March 1728

Contents:
With: promissory note, Thomas Brooks, to pay John Wyard sum of £66.

ESTATE MANAGEMENT  [no ref. or date]

ACCOUNT BOOKS  [no ref.]  1784-1842

Account book, including repairs, quit rents and rates  HA87/C1/1/1  1784-1802

Book of accounts with various people, for cereals, butter, meat, repairs etc.  HA87/C1/1/2  1784-1813

Note book, indexed  HA87/C1/1/3  July 1791 to January 1837

Contents:
Rates, taxes etc., paid; newspapers containing something remarkable; times of mares foaling and cows calving; Cotton and Wickham tithe accounts; servants' wages; expenses and produce of the farm; cash paid for repairs; miscellaneous remembrances of matters settled, things lent and borrowed

Account book, including housekeeping expenses, repairs, clothing expenses, received for commodities sold (livestock and dairy produce) and rents received.  HA87/C1/1/4  1812-1836

Account book, including rents, cereals, potatoes, cheeses, joints of meat, groceries and timber, 1814-1829; also, crop rotation chart for several named pieces of land 1817-1842.  HA87/C1/1/5  1814 - 1842

Account book, showing yearly income and expenditure, Michaelmas 1827 - Michaelmas 1834  HA87/C1/1/6  1827 - 1837

Contents:
Also, rent accounts with Stephen Martin, John Francis and Isaac Scruby, 1827-1836; yearly income and expenditure account with Stephen Martin, 1830-1837.

Housekeeping account; expenses, October 1831 to October 1835; receipts for butter and cheese, October 1831 to December, 1835.  HA87/C1/1/7  October 1831 - December 1835

WETHERDEN ACCOUNT  [no ref.]  1787-1866

Wetherden Day Book, including property purchased, repairs, rents received for Wetherden property  HA87/C2/1/1  1781-1812

Wetherden Ledger, including repairs and rents, 1787-1812; expenses of housekeeping, 1803-1812; crop rotation chart 1797-1816  HA87/C2/1/2  1787 - 1816

Wetherden accounts  HA87/C2/1/3  1804 - 1866

Contents:
Yearly: 1837-1850, 1842-1849, 1851-1861, 1864-1866; general: 1804, 1839, 1848, including Mr. Dawes' account of his premises and his estimation of their contents, 3rd July, 1804.

MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNTS  [no ref.]  1784-1897

Accounts of tithe received  HA87/C3/1/1  29th November 1784 to 29th November 1790

Contents:
One account for each year

Note of money paid for the purchase of an estate at Wetherden  HA87/C3/1/2  21st April and 18th May 1786

Account from Mr. Bull for cutting timber, etc.  HA87/C3/1/3  22nd May 1797

Prices of building and repairing work  HA87/C3/1/4  1800

Estimate of the charge of removing the barn to the corner of the field and rebuilding the leanto's.  HA87/C3/1/5  No date

Measurement of the barn etc.  HA87/C3/1/6  nd

Account from Benjamin Batt to Edward Sheppard for oats, barley, straw etc  HA87/C3/1/7  29th January 1803

Packet of vouchers: Benjamin Batt: for medicines, meat, milling, tithes, grain, potatoes, carpenter's work, etc.  HA87/C3/1/8  c 1829-1835

Contents:
With description of method of budding cherry trees.

Expenses for cutting down trees and renewing fencing in the yard  HA87/C3/1/9  February to April 1836

Letter from George Palmer, Wetherden, to Mr. Morley concerning the cutting down of certain ash trees.  HA87/C3/1/10  20th December 1838

Memoranda of accounts  HA87/C3/1/11  1868-1870

Memoranda of accounts  HA87/C3/1/12  1868-1870

Cheque counterfoils  HA87/C3/1/13  February - October 1884

Receipt for the rent of 41 Middlegate Street, Great Yarmouth  HA87/C3/1/14  29th September 1897

LAND TAX PAYMENTS  [no ref.]  1785-1803

Receipt for fourth quarterley payment of Land Tax, paid by Mrs. Hannah Batt to Sam Gissing.  HA87/C4/1/1  Lady Day 1785

Letter from William Dalton, Bury St. Edmunds, to Mr. Batt, Wetherden, concerning contract for the redemption of Land Tax  HA87/C4/1/2  16th April 1803

Letter from S. Steel, Bury St. Edmunds, to Benjamin Batt, Wetherden, sent with certificate of exoneration for Land Tax at Wetherden  HA87/C4/1/3  June 8th 1803

MANORIAL PAYMENTS  [no ref.]  1815-1861

Account of fees payable by Benjamin Batt at Haughley manorial court  HA87/C5/1/1  17th October 1815

Receipts for Quit Rents paid by B. Batt and Mr. Martin, Manor of Haughley with its Members  HA87/C5/1/2  1818-1833

Receipt for Quit Rent paid by David Morley, Manor of Haughley with its Members  HA87/C5/1/3  Michaelmas 1861

INSURANCE RECEIPTS  [no ref.]  1819-1836

Receipts for annual premiums paid to the Suffolk and General Country Amicable Insurance Office  HA87/C6/1/1  1819-1836

SALE CATALOGUE  [no ref.]  1802

Sale Catalogue of the live and dead farming stock, dairy utensils, and part of the household furniture of Hannah Batt of Mendlesham, widow, with buyers and prices noted  HA87/C7/1/1  1st October 1802

Contents:
Another copy.

MEASUREMENTS OF VARIOUS LANDS  [no ref. or date]

Contents of the several occupations in Mendlesham according to Mr. Chastney's survey taken in 1797. The occupations put down as they stand in the year 1801.  HA87/C8/1/1  1797-1801

Contents of a farm at Bedingfield.  HA87/C8/1/2  20th April 1801

Measurement of Mr. Hick's land.  HA87/C8/1/3  4th March 1831

Memorandum of copyhold lands, giving acreages of parcels called Sewalls and Cowland.  HA87/C8/1/4  Nodate

PLANS  [no ref.]  1784-1799

Plan of an estate belonging to Rev. Ray in Mendlesham and adjoining parishes  HA87/C9/1/1  1784

Sketch map of Mendlesham, showing roads and (? position of houses) and occupiers' names, including B. Batt.  HA87/C9/1/2  Nodate

Sketch plan of the roads leading from Mendlesham towards Stowmarket  HA87/C9/1/3  No date

Draft plan of (Mendlesham).  HA87/C9/1/4  No date

Plan of an estate in Wetherden, 1796.  HA87/C9/1/5  C 1796

Contents:
Enclosed: Abstract of Title of a messuage and lands in Wetherden, 1708-1786.
Note of Mr. Harrison's occupation and Mrs. Wyard's occupation, giving field names and acreages.

Extract from the Tithe Commutation map of Wetherden  HA87/C9/1/6  No date

Contents:
Endorsed: Thorpe Rectory, Loddon, Norwich.

Plan of glebe land, Wickham Skeith  HA87/C9/1/7  9th November 1799

Sketch of a farm in Bacton in the occupation of George Batt, giving the acreage of all the contiguous pieces.  HA87/C9/1/8  No date

NOTICE TO QUIT  [no ref.]  1836

Notice to Thomas Prentice to quit public house, lands and hereditaments in Haughley  HA87/C10/1/1  6th April 1836

BENJAMIN BATT  [no ref. or date]

PAPERS, ESTATE & FINANCE  [no ref.]  1802-1834

Letter from John Hayward, Stoke Ash, auctioneer, to Mr. Batt, Mendlesham, asking him for the sale of his effects should he be leaving Mendlesham at Michaelmas  HA87/D1/1/1  15th June 1802

Letter from Brame & Notcutt, Ipswich, to Benjamin Batt, Wetherden, concerning the signing of a Deed, 21st September, 1813. Enclosed: copy of reply, 23rd September, 1813.  HA87/D1/1/2  21 September 1813 - 23 September 1813

Letter from Brame & Notcutt, Ipswich, to Benjamin Batt, Wetherden, concerning the signing of a Deed  HA87/D1/1/3  24th September 1813

Fire insurance policy, Benjamin Batt of Wetherden, with the Suffolk & General Country Amicable Insurance Office, covering a dwelling house at Wetherden  HA87/D1/1/4  8th May 1818

Letter from Benjamin Batt, Wetherden, concerning the proposed sale of premises adjoining his own, and mentioning a sketch thereof  HA87/D1/1/5  17th April 1819

Letter from Winter & Williams, Bedford Row, to Benjamin Batt, Wetherden, concerning the proposed sale of premises adjoining his own and mentioning a sketch thereof  HA87/D1/1/6  17th April 1819

Copy of Letter from Benjamin Batt to (?) concerning previous occupiers of certain premises.  HA87/D1/1/7  27th October 1825

Copy of letter from Benjamin Batt to Lord Stafford, Cosney Hall, near Norwich, concerning payment of bill.  HA87/D1/1/8  October 1827

Copy letter by (Benjamin Batt) concerning the title to an estate now called Batts  HA87/D1/1/9  11th December 1828

Copy of letter from (Benjamin Batt) to concerning the renewal of a (promissory) note.  HA87/D1/1/10  10th September 1829

Letters between Rev. James Norgate of Bradfield Lodge near Bury (St. Edmunds) and Benjamin Batt of Wetherden  HA87/D1/1/11  13th October - 3rd November 1829

Contents:
Concerning the Norgates' recent removal and including receipts for taxes paid by James Norgate in Wetherden.

Letter from William Prater, Wetherden, to Mr. Batt, Wetherden, concerning the copy of a Will furnished by Batt.  HA87/D1/1/12  10th June 1832

Letter from William Prater, jun. to Mr. Batt, Wetherden, sent with business papers - also referring to dismissal of Mr. Batt's tenant Isaac Scruby.  HA87/D1/1/13  14th January 1834

PAPERS, PARISH AFFAIRS  [no ref.]  1790-1834

Letter from Richard Corbould Chilton, Mendlesham, to Benjamin Batt, Mendlesham  HA87/D2/1/1  13th May 1790

Contents:
Concerning his "sentiments upon the subject of Tythe"; with a copy of an Agreement endorsed on the Terrier of Mendlesham;and a list of the Terriers of Mendlesham at Norwich Registry

Mr. Walford' sbill for Bond & License, to be charged to the parish, sent to Benjamin Batt, Mendlesham by Mr. Chilton  HA87/D2/1/2  15th June 1791

Appointment of Benjamin Batt, Edward Sheppard, William Rosier and Robert Thurston as overseers of the Poor of the parish of Mendlesham  HA87/D2/1/3  7th April 1795

Copy of agreement signed by the greater part of the occupiers in the parish of Mendlesham to supply 'good wheat for the Workmen employed by us in Husbandry during the time they are so employed (whether constant workmen or not)'  HA87/D2/1/4  28th October 1795

Letter from Mr. Chilton to Benjamin Batt, Mendlesham, concerning the age of his servant boy, Leonard Nunn  HA87/D2/1/5  23rd August 1797

Letter from Mr. Chilton to Benjamin Batt concerning Thomas Durham  HA87/D2/1/6  3rd July 1801

Letter from Mr. Chilton to Benjamin Batt, Assessor, concerning income and land tax  HA87/D2/1/7  26th September 1801

Letter from Mr. Chilton to Benjamin Batt, Assessor, requesting the return of the Hair-powder lists  HA87/D2/1/8  nd

Letter to Benjamin Batt asking him to give Mr. Chilton and Mr. Butts an appointment  HA87/D2/1/9  No date

Note from Mr. Chilton to Mr. Batt, concerning Mrs. Seaman of Brockford who "is the only person who..... has preferred settling with Mr. B's and Mr. C's agent only".  HA87/D2/1/10  nd

Letter from Mr. Chilton to Benjamin Batt enquiring what measures have been adopted at Town Meetings for better providing for the poor during the coming winter.  HA87/D2/1/11  No date

Letter from H. Studd to Mr. Batt, Wetherden, inviting him to ten to discuss the office of Assessor  HA87/D2/1/12  19th June 1808

Letter from John Wayman, Bury St. Edmunds, to Benjamin Batt, Wetherden, asking for extract from burial register of Wetherden relating to Elizabeth Goodrich, Elmswell, late wife of William Goodrich  HA87/D2/1/13  24th June 1808

Contents:
With extract endorsed.

Letter from H. Studd, Old Newton, to Mr. Batt, Wetherden, concerning the sending of the remainder of the papers (? taxes).  HA87/D2/1/14  15th May 1811

Copy letter by B(enjamin) B(att), Churchwarden, Wetherden, concerning an extract from the parish burial register  HA87/D2/1/15  1st July 1818

Small packet marked 'Miscellaneous Memorandum' comprising memoranda relating to tithes, rates, and other parish matters  HA87/D2/1/16  1823-1826

Parcel marked: 'Letters to and from Rev. Mr. Ward' containing:-  HA87/D2/1/17-42  7 June 1824 - 19 April 1825

Letter from (Henry Leslie), Graveley, Herts., to Benjamin Batt, Wetherden, concerning lease of parsonage house, repairs to the church and the letting of pews  HA87/D2/1/17  2nd August 1824

Letter from Henry Leslie to Benjamin Batt asking him to compound for certain taxes  HA87/D2/1/18  7th September C1824

Letter from Henry Leslie, Graveley, to Benjamin Batt, concerning repairs to Wetherden church, letting of pews and other matters  HA87/D2/1/19  3rd September 1824

Letter from Henry Leslie to Benjamin Batt concerning the appointment of a curate and the lease of the parsonage house  HA87/D2/1/20  12th October 1824

Letter from Henry Leslie to Benjamin Batt post-poning visit to Wetherden to collect tithes because he is unwell  HA87/D2/1/21  8th November 1824

Letter from Henry Leslie to Benjamin Batt: similar to previous letter, but sent separately in case the other should be delayed  HA87/D2/1/22  8th November 1824

Letter from Henry Leslie to Benjamin Batt, chiefly concerning tithes  HA87/D2/1/23  10th December 1824

Letter from Henry Leslie to Benjamin Batt informing him of arrangements made for Mr. Hines of Shelland to perform duties of curate on the resignation of Mr. Rust  HA87/D2/1/24  22nd December 1824

Letter from Henry Leslie to Benjamin Batt concerning prosecution of persons who destroy his fence: also concerning the payment of Mr. Rust and other matters  HA87/D2/1/25  29th December 1824

Letter from Henry Leslie to Benjamin Batt sending his renewed licence to be placed in the parish chest: also concerning tithes payable by Mr. Crawford  HA87/D2/1/26  20th March 1824

Copy of letter from Benjamin Batt concerning receipt of printed letter addressed to the Rector  HA87/D2/1/27  9th March 1825

Copy of letter from Benjamin Batt with particulars of Mr. Payne's land in Wetherden under cultivation  HA87/D2/1/28  19th April 1825

Copy of letter from Benjamin Batt concerning Mr. Rust's failure to do duty at Wetherden, the distribution of flannel to the poor, and other matters  HA87/D2/1/29  27th January 1825

Copy of letter from Benjamin Batt acknowledging receipt of money for payment of Mr. Rust's stipend  HA87/D2/1/30  24th December 1824

Copy of letter from Benjamin Batt describing theft of posts, etc. from Mr. Leslie's fence and also concerning tithe payable by Mr. Payne  HA87/D2/1/31  21st December 1824

Copy of letter from Benjamin Batt concerning distribution of flannel  HA87/D2/1/32  6th December 1824

Copy of letter from Benjamin Batt concerning payment of tithes: the building of a brick grave: and the provision of books for Saturday scholars  HA87/D2/1/33  3rd December 1824

Copy of letter from Benjamin Batt concerning payment of tithes by Mr. Crawford, the desertion of Mr. Crawford's steward, and Mr. Payne's illness  HA87/D2/1/34  9th October 1824

Copy of letter from Benjamin Batt concerning repairs to the church and letting of pews  HA87/D2/1/35  6th September 1824

Copy of letter from Benjamin Batt concerning the same subjects  HA87/D2/1/36  30th August 1824

Letter from Mr. Morley, Drinkstone, enquiring who has power to let Mr. Leslie's house at Wetherden  HA87/D2/1/37  29th July c1824

Copy of letter from Benjamin Batt (to Mr. Morley) stating that Mr. Leslie is not in a position to let his house at present  HA87/D2/1/38  6th August 1824

Note by Benjamin Batt on the same subject  HA87/D2/1/39  30th July 1824

Copy of letter from Benjamin Batt concerning repairs to the church  HA87/D2/1/40  5th August 1824

Copy of letter from Benjamin Batt concerning lease of Mr. Leslie's house and repairs to the church  HA87/D2/1/41  30th July 1824

Copy of letter from Benjamin Batt giving account of Archdeacon's Visitation at Stowmarket: also relating to lease of Mr. Leslie's house, the payment of tithes by Mrs. Barker and other matters  HA87/D2/1/42  7th June 1824

Form of agreement for lease of messuage, tenement or mansion house in Wetherden with garden and parcel of land belonging, and the household furniture and other articles: by Rev. Henry Leslie, Wetherden, clerk.  HA87/D2/1/43  No date

Form of agreement by Rev. Henry Leslie, Wetherden, clerk, for the lease of messuage, tenement or mansion house in Wetherden, with garden and parcel of land belonging and all the household furniture and other articles.  HA87/D2/1/44  No date

Letter from Henry Leslie, Graveley, Herts., to Benjamin Batt, Wetherden, concerning lease of his house at Wetherden to Mr. Morley  HA87/D2/1/45  10th June 1824

Copy letter (by Benjamin Batt) concerning a mistake by Mr. Cobbold which occasioned a wait of 2 hours in church for the congregation  HA87/D2/1/46  4th January 1825

Letter from (?E) Rust to B. Batt, Churchwarden, Wetherden, replying to letter in HA87/D2/1/46  HA87/D2/1/47  9th January 1825

Copy of letter from Benjamin Batt to ? explaining circumstances of Mr. Rust's failure to conduct Divine Service at Wetherden  HA87/D2/1/48  4th February 1825

Letter from Edgar Rust, T.L ? to B. Batt, Wetherden, concerning a mistake by Mr. Cobbold which occasioned a wait of 2 hours in church for the congregation  HA87/D2/1/49  7th February 1825

Copy of letter from Benjamin Batt, Wetherden, to (Lady Stafford) concerning the erection of a pew in the aisle of Wetherden church  HA87/D2/1/50  23rd August 1825

Copy of letter from Frances (Lady) Stafford, Cossey Hall, near Norwich, to Mr. Hicks concerning erection of pew in the aisle of Wetherden Church.  HA87/D2/1/51  No date

Letter from Henry Leslie, South Audley Street, to Mr. Batt, Wetherden, criticising opinions of Mr. Prate: also referring to the letting and cultivation of his (glebe) land  HA87/D2/1/52  28th March 1827

Copy of letter from Benjamin Batt to Mr. Leslie  HA87/D2/1/53  7th February 1828

Contents:
Thanking him for present of clothes for the Sunday School children: also referring to agreement with Mr. Bridges and a return of parish charities required by the Clerk to the Parliamentary Commissioners

Letter from Henry Leslie, Hastings, Sussex, to Benjamin Batt, Wetherden, chiefly concerning tithes  HA87/D2/1/54  29th September 1830

Letter from Henry Leslie to Benjamin Batt making arrangements for tithe collection and dinner  HA87/D2/1/55  14th November 1830

Copy of letter from Benjamin Batt to (?) concerning money paid to Mr. Marriot on account of tithe due from the recipient  HA87/D2/1/56  14th January 1834

PAPERS, PERSONAL  [no ref.]  1769-1822

Receipts, Daniel Simpson to Benjamin Batt, for school fees including books for his son, September 1769, April, 1773, May 1777.  HA87/D3/1/1  September 1769 - May 1777

Benjamin Batt's Day Book 1st January - 7th July, 1766; also notes on astronomy, s.d. no date  HA87/D3/1/2  1 January 1766 - 7 July 1766 and no date

Packet containing  HA87/D3/1/3-15  14 January 1779-18 July 1793

Letter from Benjamin Batt, Mendlesham, to Joseph Haddock concerning book by Mr. Priestley on the Unitarian doctrine  HA87/D3/1/3  16th August 1792

Account from Daniel Simpson to Benjamin Batt for teaching Master Batt  HA87/D3/1/4  14th January 1779

Account of fees at Mendlesham School  HA87/D3/1/5  18th century

Receipt from Daniel Simpson to Benjamin Batt for £1. 0. 10d. for teaching Master Jos. Batt and for books  HA87/D3/1/6  6th April 1779

Copy of a letter from (Benjamin Batt) to Joseph Haddock after perusing a Book on the Unity of the Deity  HA87/D3/1/7  16th August 1792

Copy of a letter from (Benjamin Batt) to (vicar or rector) concerning dispute about the payment of tithes  HA87/D3/1/8  17th August 1799

Copy of a letter from (Benjamin Batt) 'to a Friend who requested an Opinion on T. Paine's Rights of Man, Part I'  HA87/D3/1/9  18th July 1793

Printed handbill: 'God Save the King'.  HA87/D3/1/10  No date

Print: The Fox and the Wolf.  HA87/D3/1/11  No date

Print: The Coach Overturned.  HA87/D3/1/12  No date

Newspaper cutting: description of Botany Bay.  HA87/D3/1/13  No date

Manuscript poem: A Village in the Woodlands (Onehouse).  HA87/D3/1/14  No date

Two sheets ? used for writing practice.  HA87/D3/1/15  No date

Handbill advertising the Free-School at Mendlesham, master: D. Simpson.  HA87/D3/1/16  c 1780 no date

Letter from J. Finney, Claydon, to Benjamin Batt at Mr. Simpson's, Schoolmaster at Mendlesham, setting out the solution to a mathematical problem  HA87/D3/1/17  3rd May (17)81

Letter from B. Batt, Mendlesham, to Mr. Finney, Schoolmaster at Claydon, concerning a mathematical problem  HA87/D3/1/18  22nd May 1781

Letter from J. Finney, Claydon, to Benjamin Batt at Mr. Simpson's, schoolmaster at Mendlesham, setting out the solution to a mathematical problem  HA87/D3/1/19  11th June 1781

Letter from Thos. Cebb, Ipswich, to Mr. Batt at Mr. Simpson's Boarding School, Mendlesham, setting out the solution to a mathematical problem  HA87/D3/1/20  1782

A mathematical problem and its solution  HA87/D3/1/21  No date

Note of a mathematical problem and its solution  HA87/D3/1/22  No date

Table showing true content of any piece of round timber of one foot in length from 6 ins. girt to 60 by inspection only and for any length in feet and by multiplication.  HA87/D3/1/23  No date

Letter from James Potter, Tuddenham, to Benjamin Batt, Mendlesham, asking to borrow his rules for land surveying  HA87/D3/1/24  6th August 1784

Letter from James Potter, Tuddenham, to Mr. Batt, Mendlesham, returning a book. The writer says: 'I am thankGod, settled in a very Healthy Country and with the prospect of a good School, I have at present 27 Scholars and daily expect 2 Boarders...'  HA87/D3/1/25  1st February 1785

Copy of writ of sub poena for Benjamin Batt to appear at Assizes at Bury St. Edmunds as witness in action between Samuel Steggal, plaintiff, and Samuel Damment, the younger, defendant, for trespass.  HA87/D3/1/26  12th February 25 George III (1785)

Letter from Henry Browne, Diss, to Benjamin Batt, sent with subpoena for his immediate appearance at Bury Assizes.  HA87/D3/1/27  No date

Letter from James Potter, Tuddenham to Benjamin Batt, Mendlesham, asking to borrow books on the use of a plane table and other surveying practices.  HA87/D3/1/28  30th April 1790

Note from J. Potter, Tuddenham, to Mr. Batt, thanking him for the loan of a book  HA87/D3/1/29  3rd August 1791

Letter from S. Jackson, Ipswich, to Benjamin Batt, Mendlesham, concerning the swearing of substitutes at Bury  HA87/D3/1/30  22nd January 1803

Account from J. King to Rev. Dr. Shepherd for printing and stationery also other accounts which Benjamin Batt has received on Mr. Shepherd's behalf.  HA87/D3/1/31  January and March 1807

Letter from M. Shepherd, Lincoln, to Mr. Batt, Wetherden, concerning Mary Burrows and her illness: also he is 'sorry to hear that so many in Wetherden are become Methodists.....'  HA87/D3/1/32  27th January C 1800-1810

Letter from Joshua Hawkins, Wetherden, to Mr. Batt inviting him to attend funeral of Rev. Richard Shepherd, D.D. at Wetherden  HA87/D3/1/33  7th January 1809

Letter from J. King, Ipswich, to Mr. Batt, Wetherden, concerning omission from his account  HA87/D3/1/34  11th June 1810

Copy of letter from Benjamin Batt to Mrs. Shepherd concerning payment of Mr. King's account for auction: also referring to Returns of Religious Union  HA87/D3/1/35  12th June 1810

Letter from Ann Inderman, London, to Benjamin Batt, Wetherden, on behalf of her mis tress, mentioning Mr. King and Dr. Owen  HA87/D3/1/36  14th June 1810

Copy of letter from Benjamin Batt, Wetherden, to Mrs. Shepherd concerning accounts paid by him to Mr. King on her behalf: also referring to her grandchildren  HA87/D3/1/37  22nd June 1810

Letter from M. Shepherd, Turnham Green Terrace, to Mr. Batt, Wetherden, thanking him for his services, referring to payments to be made to Dr. Owen and Mr. King and enquiring whether his (? her) grandson is still at Wetherden  HA87/D3/1/38  25th June 1810

Copy of Mr. King's last bill sent to Mrs. Shepherd.  HA87/D3/1/39  No date

Letter from W. Maddock, Botesdale, to Mr. Batt, concerning the loan of a book  HA87/D3/1/40  29th March 1813

Copy of letter from Benjamin Batt to Mr. & Mrs. Ward acknowledging receipt of copies of the New Times and the Bath Journal  HA87/D3/1/41  15th March 1822

DAVID MORLEY  [no ref. or date]

PAPERS ESTATE & FINANCE  [no ref.]  1833-1888

Papers concerning the leasing by David Morley of a house in Tavern Street belonging to Simon Payne, and the sharing of it with John Buckingham, boot and shoe maker, including a plan of the house showing the division thereof.  HA87/E1/1/1  July 1833-November 1835

Papers concerning the leasing of David Morley's part of the above premises to Mesdames Durant and Hammond of Upper Brook Street, Ipswich, umbrella and parasol manufacturers.  [no ref.]  February - April 1838

Survey of the mansion, buildings, yards, gardens etc. belonging to Samuel Kilderbee esq., lying between Queen Street and Old Jail Lane in Ipswich. s.d.  HA87/E1/1/2  No date; post 1799

Contents:
Additional note: "new wall built by Orman, 1835".
Large scale; good detail.

Lease for 14 years  HA87/E1/1/3  1st August 1838

Contents:
For £35 yearly, Robert Henry Orman of Friars Road, Ipswich, builder, to David Morley of Tavern Street, Ipswich, bookbinder; a recently built house in Queen Street near the Old Butter Market, adjoining on the north side the premises of John Batley, hatter.

Account from George Josselyn to Robert Henry Orman for legal charges relating to house sold to Mr. Morley.  HA87/E1/1/4  14th October 1839

Memorandum of the price of 3 houses in Queen Street purchased by D. Morley of Robert Orman, and of his mortgage to Mr. Lillingston.  HA87/E1/1/5  14th October 1839

Solicitors' receipted costs for David Morley's purchase of Mr. Orman, and the Mortgage of his estates at Wetherden and Queen Street, Ipswich to Mr. Lillingston for securing £2500.  HA87/E1/1/6  14th October 1839

Solicitors' costs for Agreement concerning the letting of David Morley's Wetherden estate to Messrs. Martin  HA87/E1/1/7  20th March 1847

Account from Rodwell and Steward to David Morley for legal charges concerning transfer of mortgage.  HA87/E1/1/8  22nd November 1848

Letter from Richard Almack, Melford, to David Morley concerning the Admission of David Morley to property held of the manor of Wetherden Hall  HA87/E1/1/9  29th May 1861

Receipt for £8, Blumberg & Co., Cannon Street, London to David Morley, Ipswich  HA87/E1/1/10  4th June 1862

Bill from Blumberg & Co., London, to David Morley, Queen Street, Ipswich  HA87/E1/1/11  April 1863

Note concerning D.B. Morley, Queen Street, and the sum of £20  HA87/E1/1/12  25th July 1870

Receipt; David Morley to Messrs. Marriott and Son, on behalf of Dr. Thomas Durrant for £450  HA87/E1/1/13  27th November 1872

Memorandum of repayment and loan, David Morley, with various additions  HA87/E1/1/14  August 1884 - January 1888

Draft Will of David Morley of Ipswich, bookseller.  HA87/E1/2/1  No date

Copy of Will of David Morley of Ipswich, bookseller, made 29th May, 1851.  HA87/E1/2/2  No date

Copy Will of David Morley of Ipswich, bookseller, binder, stationer and dealer in fancy articles, made 29th May, 1851  HA87/E1/2/3  No date

Receipted bill of costs of drawing up the Will of David Morley  HA87/E1/2/4  16th January 1852

Official notice of the situation of the grave of David Morley in Ipswich Cemetry  HA87/E1/2/5  8th January 1869

Lists of pictures bought, giving price paid, of whom bought, expense of framing and value  HA87/E1/2/6  September 1830 - January 1869

PAPERS, PERSONAL  [no ref.]  1815-1854

Apprenticeship indenture; David Morley to Stephen Piper, Ipswich, stationer and bookbinder  HA87/E2/1/1  16th June 1815

Advertisement for Morley, bookseller, Queen Street, Ipswich  HA87/E2/1/2  No date

Copy letter by D. Morley, sending Hurn's Farewell Testimony to a friend  HA87/E2/1/3  18th September (18)28

List of books lent, 1825-1833; list of books and papers received from Mr. Leslie 16th March, 1829.  HA87/E2/1/4  1825-1833

List of books received of David Morley  HA87/E2/1/5  7th April 1831

Letter from Benjamin Batt, Wetherden, to (?), concerning the sending of the Ipswich Journal to Batt at Wetherden  HA87/E2/1/6  28th November 1836

Copy letter by D. Morley, concerning the sending of the Ipswich Journal to a friend  HA87/E2/1/7  3rd December (18)36

Letter from F.W. Wilson, Torquay to (? Mrs. Morley), concerning spiritual matters  HA87/E2/1/8  3rd June 1843

Letter from M. Martin, Wetherden, concerning spiritual matters  HA87/E2/1/9  (? 8th August 18)49

Letter from F.W. Wilson, Guernsey, to Mrs. Morley senior, Queen Street, Ipswich, concerning spiritual matters.  HA87/E2/1/10  No date

Letter (numbered 3) from David Morley (to Benjamin Batt) concerning copy of Josephus purchased by him; also describing journey back to Ipswich and recommending powder for the cure of colds  HA87/E2/2/1  October 1823

Letter (numbered 6) from Benjamin Batt, Wetherden (to David Morley) congratulating him on setting up in business; referring to the recovery of the principal sum due to him on mortgage and stating that he intends to purchase Sandfields.  HA87/E2/2/2  4th July 1825

Letter numbered 7 from Benjamin Batt (to David Morley) returning books lent to him and commenting on them  HA87/E2/2/3  15th July 1825

Letter numbered 8 from D. Morley, Tavern Street, Ipswich, (to Benjamin Batt) concerning proposed visit by himself, his wife, mother and sister Christiana. "We intend riding over in a sociable"  HA87/E2/2/4  15th July 1826

Letter numbered 9 from David Morley (to Benjamin Batt) sending him copy of Suffolk Excursions  HA87/E2/2/5  14th May 1827

Contents:
The writer states that he is very much engaged in business, having dismissed his journeyman - 'I very often do not step out of the front door from Sabbath to Sabbath'.

Letter numbered 16 from D. Morley (to Benjamin Batt) concerning Mr. Green who 'will ascend from Ipswich on Thursday next in a Balloon'  HA87/E2/2/6  15th May 1830

Letter numbered 19 from D. Morley to (Benjamin Batt); proposing to visit Wetherden and sending some odd numbers of Blackwood's Magazine  HA87/E2/2/7  7th April 1831

Letter numbered 22 from David Morley (to Benjamin Batt) informing him of the birth of one son and of the death of another; postscript refers to election of Minister at the Tower Church  HA87/E2/2/8  15th August 1831

Fragment of letter numbered 28 from Benjamin Batt (to David Morley) acknowledging receipt of Penny Magazines and referring to the Saturday Magazine; also says that there is sickness and discontent among the poor  HA87/E2/2/9  1834

Letter numbered 30 from Benjamin Batt, Wetherden, (to David Morley) concerning volumes of the Penny Magazine lent to him; also referring to election  HA87/E2/2/10  4th February 1835

Letter from David Morley (to Benjamin Batt)  HA87/E2/2/11  23rd March 1836

Contents:
Concerning the birth of a daughter - both mother and daughter ailing - another daughter dead - an apprentice accidentally hanged himself in the cellar - also referring to the binding of Penny Magazines

Letter numbered 33 from D. Morley (to Benjamin Batt) sent with medicines  HA87/E2/2/12  28th September 1836

Letter from Robert Longbottom, Royal Polytechnic Institution, to Mr. Wyard, Braintree so. Essex, regretting that there is no opportunity of availing themselves of his kind offer  HA87/E2/3/1  11th September (18)47

Letter to D.M. Wyard concerning models which he is advised to show to a nautical engineer  HA87/E2/3/2  27th October 1848

Copy letters etc., of David Morley to H.R.H. Prince Albert and others, concerning his skills (picture restorer) and inventions  HA87/E2/3/3  1850-1858

List of inventions by D. Morley on all manner of subjects, giving a description of each and the year of invention  HA87/E2/3/4  1850

Letter from C. Grey, Osborne, to David Morley, Ipswich, regretting that H.R.H. Prince Albert is unable to view the models or give his name as patron  HA87/E2/3/5  14th October 1850

Copy letter by D. Morley concerning a "writing instrument" he has invented  HA87/E2/3/6  16th November 1850

Letter from S. Mordan & Co., London, to David Morley declining to manufacture his newly invented writing instrument; with copy reply by David Morley  HA87/E2/3/7  18th November (? 1850)

Letter from M. Digby Wyatt, Secretary to the Executive Committee of the Great Exhibition, to D. Morley, Ipswich, acknowledging receipt of communication  HA87/E2/3/8  11th December 1850

Return for intending exhibitors at the Great Exhibition, filled in by David Morley, Ipswich, for exhibiting an improvement in railway travelling  HA87/E2/3/9  c 1851 no date

Letter from M. Digby Wyatt, Secretary to the Executive Committee of the Great Exhibition, to David Morley, Ipswich, acknowledging receipt of his communication  HA87/E2/3/10  10th February 1851

Correspondence between David Morley and the Office of Ordnance  HA87/E2/3/11  April 1854

Contents:
Concerning an invention for sinking an enemy's ships when both parties are stationary; Memorandum concerning the rules of the Ordnance Department with respect to inventions

REV. D.B. MORLEY  [no ref. or date]

PAPERS ESTATE & FINANCE  [no ref.]  1862-1897

Lease for 21 years  HA87/F1/1/1  25th March 1876

Contents:
For £3. 2. 10d. yearly Sir Edmund Henry Knowles Lacon, bart., M.P., William Johnson, Charles John Palmer, Benjamin Jay and Charles Cory Aldred esqs., trustees of "The Childrens' Hospital" in Great Yarmouth county Norfolk to Thomas Green of Great Yartmouth, hatter; a piece of garden ground on the east side of the Caister Road in Great Yarmouth, distinguished as lot 22 (plan in margin)

Assignment of Lease  HA87/F1/1/2  25th March 1876

Contents:
In consideration of £38
i) Thomas Green of Great Yarmouth, hatter; ii) Thomas Culham of Great Yarmouth, licensed victualler; to iii) Susan Varnell George wife of Thomas George of Great Yarmouth, auctioneer; iv) the said Thomas George; a piece of garden ground on the east side of the Caister Road in Great Yarmouth, distinguished as lot 22 (plan in margin)

Lease for 3 years  HA87/F1/1/3  11th October 1886

Contents:
For £8 yearly, Susan Varnell George of Tivetshall county Norfolk, widow, to Henry Foulsham of Great Yarmouth, hotel keeper; a piece of garden ground on the east side of the Caister Road in Great Yarmouth, distinguished as lott 22

Particulars for sale of a garden, cottage and vinery at North End, Great Yarmouth. (As in HA67/F1/1/3)  HA87/F1/1/4  May 1888

Contents:
Printed poster advertising the sale.

Assignment of Lease  HA87/F1/1/5  28th June 1888

Contents:
In consideration of £20, Susan Varnell George of Tivetshall St. Margaret county Norfolk, widow, to Rev. David Benjamin Morley of Thorpe-next-Haddiscoe, clerk

Receipt, Charity Trustees to Rev. D.B. Morley, concerning the garden No.22 North End  HA87/F1/1/6  3rd July 1888

Memorandum of Agreement  HA87/F1/1/7  1890-1891

Contents:
Between J. Sutton of Great Yarmouth and D.B. Morley of Thorpe-next-Haddiscoe county Norfolk, for the leasing of the garden No.22 Children's Charity for £8 yearly, 1890. Cancellation of Agreement 12th February, 1891. Hire of the above garden for 1 year by J.J. Goff, 18th February, 1891

Memorandum of Agreement to lease the garden No.22 North End, David Benjamin Morley with Davie Lowne of Great Yarmouth  HA87/F1/1/8  24th March 1892

Memorandum of account (? concerning HA87/F1/1/8)  HA87/F1/1/9  No date

Bank books, Rev. David Morley in account with Messrs. Bacon, Cobbold, Rodwell and Cobbold, 1862-1889, 1869-1881, 1882-1889.  HA87/F1/2/1 to 3  1862-1889

Bank book, Rev. David Morley in account with Jarvis and Jarvis  HA87/F1/2/4  1863-1889

Bank book, Rev. David Morley in account with Gurneys & Co.  HA87/F1/2/5  1889-1896

Share certificate; Silver Star Mining Co., Rev. David B. Morley, Hales, Loddon, Norfolk.  HA87/F1/2/6  4th April 1872

Share certificate; Universities Co-operative Association Ltd., Rev. David Benjamin Morley.  HA87/F1/2/7  26th August 1879

Memorandum that Rev. D.B. Morley is insured for £1,000 with the County Fire Office  HA87/F1/2/8  6th February 1880

Receipt for £10, Tabitha Bird, Stowmarket, of Rev. D.B. Morley, as a loan for 2 months  HA87/F1/2/9  29th September 1881

Undertaking by Rev. David Benjamin Morley, Thorpe Rectory, Loddon, Norfolk, to charge his property in Queen Street, Ipswich, and his farm at Wetherden, with the repayment of £250 and interest advanced to him by Messrs. Bacon, Cobbold and Tollemache, bankers, Ipswich  HA87/F1/2/10  31st August 1886

Credit note for £400, payable to Rev. D.B. Morley, Thorpe, by Henry Moon, Tachbrook Street, London  HA87/F1/2/11  12th March 1889; cash paid 14th June 1889

Letter from Percy Barclay & Co., stock and share dealers, London, to Rev. D. Morley, Norwich, concerning the Caledonian Syndicate, together with a receipt for £5 for one share therein  HA87/F1/2/12  29th April 1892

Draft Will of Rev. D.B.M., partly in shorthand  HA87/F1/3/1  No date

Will of David Benjamin Morley of Thorpe Rectory, Loddon, county Norfolk  HA87/F1/3/2  25th March 1886

Copy of the Burial Register of Great Yarmouth, county Norfolk concerning David Benjamin Morley  HA87/F1/3/3  29th September 1897

Probate of the Will of David Benjamin Morley, made 12th March, 1891, proved 9th October, 1897  HA87/F1/3/4  12 March 1891 - 9 October 1897

PAPERS, PERSONAL  [no ref.]  1860-1897

License of Ordination as deacon of David Benjamin Morley  HA87/F2/1/1  23rd September 1860

License of Ordination as priest of David Benjamin Morley by John Thomas, Bishop of Norwich  HA87/F2/1/2  16th March 1862

Declaration of Conformity, David Benjamin Morley  HA87/F2/1/3  24th September 1860

License, David Benjamin Morley, as stipendiary curate of Marham, county Norfolk  HA87/F2/1/4  24th September 1860

Declaration of Conformity, David Benjamin Morley  HA87/F2/1/5  24th March 1863

License, David Benjamin Morley, as stipendiary curate of Walpole St. Peter and Chapel-of-Ease thereof, county Norfolk  HA87/F2/1/6  24th March 1863

Certificate of subscription, David Benjamin Morley  HA87/F2/1/7  17th September 1868

License, David Benjamin Morley, as curate of the united perpetual curacies of Hales and Heckingham, county Norfolk  HA87/F2/1/8  17th September 1868

Memorandum of Reading In, David Benjamin Morley  HA87/F2/1/9  11th October 1868

The Course of the Ordinary Visitation of the Diocese of Norwich  HA87/F2/1/10  1872

Citation concerning the episcopal visitation, the ministers etc. of Hales to appear before the Bishop of Norwich  HA87/F2/1/11  26th June 1872

Declaration of Assent, David Benjamin Morley, 4th March  HA87/F2/1/12  1873

License, David Benjamin Morley, as stipendiary curate of Titchwell, county Norfolk  HA87/F2/1/13  4th March 1873

Declaration of Assent, David Benjamin Morley  HA87/F2/1/14  21st January 1880

License, David Benjamin Morley, as stipendiary curate of Westhorpe county Norfolk  HA87/F2/1/15  21st January 1880

Certificate of Subscription, David Benjamin Morley  HA87/F2/1/16  5th January 1882

Institution of David Benjamin Morley to Thorpe-next-Haddiscoe, county Norfolk  HA87/F2/1/17  5th January 1882

Induction of David Benjamin Morley to Thorpe-next-Haddiscoe, county Norfolk  HA87/F2/1/18  5th January 1882

Memorandum of Reading In, David Benjamin Morley  HA87/F2/1/19  26th March 1882

Register of Communicants at Westhorpe, including Rev. D.B. Morley  HA87/F2/1/20  February 1881 - March 1882

List of rectors and patrons of Thorpe-next-Haddiscoe county Norfolk, 1309-1881  HA87/F2/1/21  C 1881

Receipted bill of costs of removing an organ from Thorpe Church to Great Yarmouth for Rev. D.B. Morley  HA87/F2/1/22  25th September 1897

Receipt for £10 and an agreement that W.H. Prendergast of the London & Provincial Drysalting Co., will teach Edward William, son of Rev. D.B. Morley, the business of a drysalter and manufacturer of druggists' and grocers' sundries, on receipt of a further £40  HA87/F2/2/1  7th November 1884

Letter from Onslow, Board of Trade, to Rev. David Morley, Thorpe, regretting his inability to subscribe to various objects, and further regretting that he has no patronage at his disposal  HA87/F2/2/2  16th October 1888

Correspondence between Rev. D.B. Morley and the Liverpool Constabulary Force concerning stolen pictures  HA87/F2/2/3  1888-1894

Correspondence between Rev. D.B. Morley and various authorities concerning the convict Rudolf Werner, with respect to the stolen pictures  HA87/F2/2/4  1888-1890

Envelope addressed to Rev. David Morley, Rector of Thorpe-next-Haddiscoe, London, county Norfolk, containing Netherlands stamps with face value of 5 cents  HA87/F2/3/1  1852 (Stanley Gibbons catalogue)

Envelope containing Prussian stamps with face values of 10 and 15 kreuzer  HA87/F2/3/2  c 1870 (Stanley Gibbons catalogue)

Envelope containing postage stamps of Great Britain, low denominations, George V to George VI.  HA87/F2/3/3  1910 - 1952

OTHER MORLEYS  [no ref.]  1837-1910

Historical note on the Morleys of Norfolk.  HA87/G1/1/1  No date

Letter from John Whitby, pastor, to Mrs. Morley, Tavern Street, Ipswich, welcoming her into church membership.  HA87/G1/1/2  6th May 1837

Printed letter of farewell, by Frederick William Wilson, pastor, Ipswich.  HA87/G1/1/3  2nd May 1843

Sale Catalogue of pictures and water colour drawings, late the property of J. Morley, decd., with some prices written in.  HA87/G1/1/4  December 1871

Settlement of £200 for the benefit of the eldest daughter of Mary Morley  HA87/G1/1/5  7th May 1889

Contents:
i) Mary Morley wife of Rev. David Benjamin Morley of Thorpe near Loddon county Norfolk, clerk; ii) Avisa Gertrude Morley of Thorpe, spinster; iii) William Good Winearls of Swaffham county Norfolk, gent., and David Edward Bernard Morley of Thorpe, esq.

Bank book, Benjamin Makemead Morley in account with Barclays & Co., Castleacre, county Norfolk.  HA87/G1/1/6  1899-1910

Photostat copy of "An Account of the Life of David Morley particularly in a Religious point of View written by himself for the information and instruction of his children 1838".  HA87/G1/1/7  No date

Photostat copies of genealogical notes relating to the Morley family.  HA87/G1/1/8  No date

TITHES  [no ref. or date]

PAYMENT OF TITHES  [no ref.]  1715/16 - 1833

Receipt, James Chilton, to John Goodall for tithes  HA87/H1/1/1  9th January 1715/16

Receipts for tithes and herbage in Mendlesham, paid by George Batt to J.A. Chilton, 1738, 1740, 1741; and to Richard Chilton, 1754.  HA87/H1/1/2  1738-1751

Notice to Mrs. Batt, Mendlesham, from the Vicar and Impropriator of Mendlesham, concerning the collection of tithes in kind or in money  HA87/H1/1/3  22nd March 1790

Receipts for monies paid by the Hon. Rev. Henry Leslie (Rector of Wetherden 1809-1849), including £10. 0. 6d. for a Tithe Dinner.  HA87/H1/1/4  December 1822 - November 1826

Copy letter by (Benjamin Batt) concerning tithes to be paid by Lionel Quinton  HA87/H1/1/5  15th August 1833

PARISH PROPERTY  [no ref. or date]

CHARITIES, TITHES & TERRIERS  [no ref.]  (1407/8) - 1866

Abstract of deeds relating to the town lands of Wetherden 7th March, 9 Henry IV (1407/8) to 10th April, 20 Henry VIII (1528).  HA87/J1/1/1  No date

A copy of the tithes and church duties, and customs for tithes and church duties within the parish of Mendlesham, as the same have been received by Christopher Wragg, now vicar there.  HA87/J1/1/2  No date

Administrative history:
(Venn's "Alumni" gives i) Wragge Chr., V. of Mendlesham 1623-61, died 1661; ii) Wragge Chr., V. of Mendlesham, no dates given, died 1678).

Tithe customs of the parish of Wetherden.  HA87/J1/1/3  No date

Copy of return sent by minister and churchwardens of Wetherden to Thomas Gilbert, M.P., concerning parish charities  HA87/J1/1/4  18th December 1787

Contents of Wetherden town lands: measured by Thomas Clarke  HA87/J1/1/5  1806

Copy of letter from Samuel Tanner and Stephen Martin, churchwardens, Wetherden, to Registrar of Bishop's Court at Norwich concerning parish terriers and customs of tithing  HA87/J1/1/6  17th February 1809

Copy of extracts from terriers relating to the parish of Wetherden supplied by the Registrar at Norwich  HA87/J1/1/7  21st February 1809

Copy of return from Samuel Tanner and Stephen Martin, feoffees and churchwardens of Wetherden, to the Clerk of the Peace at Bury St. Edmunds in pursuance of Act for registering Charitable Donations  HA87/J1/1/8  7th January 1813

Notice that the Charity Commissioners will require the attendance of Benjamin Batt, concerning charities belonging to Wetherden, 9th April, 1828.  HA87/J1/1/9  9 April 1828 - 14 April 1828

Contents:
Minutes of the above meeting, 11th April, 1828.
Note of the old writings produced.
Copy letter to the Commissioners concerning the provision of coal for the poor, 14th April, 1828.

Notice sent to Mr. Morley, Queen Street, Ipswich, concerning meeting of trustees of Wetherden Charity Lands.  HA87/J1/1/10  5th October 1866

CENSUS  [no ref.]  1821 and no date

Population of the parish of Wetherden.  HA87/K1/1/1  28 May 1821

Contents:
With notes (by Benjamin Batt) taken from legal textbook.

Memorandum concerning George Pretyman, Joseph Tweed and other persons (? for census purposes). Endorsed: valuation of un-named property.  HA87/K1/1/2  No date

Rough draft of census return.  HA87/K1/1/3  No date

Contents:
No place.

MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

RECIPES & PRINTED HANDBILLS  [no ref.]  1660-1841

Letter from Dr. A. Cheese, Manchester, containing a medical recipe  HA87/L1/1/1  30th October 1787

Contents:
Incomplete

Recipes taken from a book called "Domestic Medicine" by William Buchan M.D., F.R.C.P., dealing with heart-burn and piles.  HA87/L1/1/2  No date

Copy of "Observations on the medicinal Efficacy of White Mustard Seed", written by a clergyman in Lincolnshire.  HA87/L1/1/3  No date

Recipe for ginger plaister for the toothache.  HA87/L1/1/4  No date

Quantities of blackcurrants used for wine and recipe for cherry wine  HA87/L1/1/5  1st August 1821 and 4th August 1823

Memorandum concerning quantities of grapes and cherries used and amount of wine produced.  HA87/L1/1/6  22 September 1826 - 22 June 1830

Contents:
22nd September, 1826.
13th October, 1827.
25th June, 1828.
22nd June, 1830.

Recipe for making grape wine.  HA87/L1/1/7  No date

Directions for brewing beer.  HA87/L1/1/8  No date

Printed Ode for the anniversary meeting of the friends of the Royal British System of Education, at Freemasons' Tavern  HA87/L1/2/1  15th May 1813

Printed programme, made out to William Corston, for the anniversary dinner of the subscribers and friends of the Royal Lancasterian Institution for the Education of the Poor, to be held at the Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, London  HA87/L1/2/2  16th May; C 1810-1840

Printed handbill: "A Bitter Pill for the Tories", Ipswich  HA87/L1/2/3  29th December 1834

Printed handbill: "Affidavits of John Pilgrim and Philip Barnes, touching the Bribery, At the Ipswich Election in 1835."  HA87/L1/2/4  1835

Printed handbill: "To the Inhabitants of Ipswich", concerning the sorry state of local government in Ipswich.  HA87/L1/2/5  20th August 1836

Printed election poster: "Sir Robert Pell's address to his constituents".  HA87/L1/2/6  No date

Printed handbill: "The Royal True Blue: or Broke and Holmes".  HA87/L1/2/7  No date

Presentation to the rectory of Stonham Aspall of William Smith, clerk, by Arthur Capell Baron of Hadham, county Herts.  HA87/L1/3/1  1660

Account book, mainly of travelling expenses, Ipswich, Bury St. Edmunds and Woodbridge, written in two hands  HA87/L1/3/2  1742 - 1758

Contents:
Variously entitled: "Mr. William Harryson Nacton His Book November the 5th 1744 Suffolk" and "William Harrison his Book April the 5th 174(?3 or 5)"; with note: "Octobr. the 27th 1742 then Intred my Sarvs to Phillip Broke Esqr. William Harrison".

Promissory note for £153, John Rogers to Isaao Bennett  HA87/L1/3/3  9th July 1823

Valuation of furniture and other effects of John Rodgers master and mariner of St. Clements, Ipswich, deceased.  HA87/L1/3/4  17th March 1827

Printed letter  HA87/L1/3/5  26th March 1836

Contents:
Signed by Jonathan Buckingham, John Garwood Conder, Benjamin Backhouse and John Clarke, addressed to the Congregational Dissenters of Ipswich, concerning a "Short Statement of Facts" published by them, which led to the suspension of their church membership; and challenging Rev. John Whitby to meet them before 12 individuals, members of the dissenting churches in Ipswich, to investigate the matter

Copy of application for aid, Rev. J. Bateman, Huddersfield  HA87/L1/3/6  5th April 1841

Copy of letter from the incumbent of Heapy, Lancs. to the Church Pastoral Aid Society thanking them for their assistance in providing a curate and describing the work done in the parish.  HA87/L1/3/7  24th April 1841

Notice to attend Lodge meeting at Norwich, addressed to S. Cully, Ludham, county Norfolk.  HA87/L1/3/8  28th April

Extracts from the 22nd edition of Burns' Justice of the Peace  HA87/L1/3/9  1814

Form of an annuity given to a wife out of lands (by will) taken from Burns' Ecclesiastical Law.  HA87/L1/3/10  [n.d.]

Form of a nuncupative Will.  HA87/L1/3/11  No date

Memorandum concerning the Roman calendar.  HA87/L1/3/12  No date

Various verses: curious epitaphs and merry thoughs.  HA87/L1/3/13  No date

Cato's Soliloquy, by Joseph Addison  HA87/L1/3/14  No date

Spanish proverb: "Cada uno es Hijo de sus obras" - every man is the child of his own works. (Cervantes).  HA87/L1/3/15  No date

"An Exposition of the eleventh Article of the Church of England, by Gilbert, Bishop of Sarum" Taken from the 5th edition, published in 1746.  HA87/L1/3/16  No date

Notes on the pamphlet in favour of Tithes by William Hales D.D. of Ulster.  HA87/L1/3/17  No date

Printed sermon on I Cor. XV, 20-23.  HA87/L1/3/18  No date

Mounted photograph of Samuel Kilderbee esq.  HA87/L1/3/19  No date

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