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Reference NoTitleDate

1

Report on charities

1828

1/1

Report of the Rev. Edward Duke on the charities of the county of Wiltshire.

1828

2

Miscellaneous Wiltshire manorial and estate papers

2/1-8

Manorial

2/1

Courts baron of Robert Hyde, Henry Hyde and Nicholas Hyde, lords of the manors of Brigmerston and Milston, before John Poulden, steward (11 membranes).

1606-1619

2/2

Courts baron of Sir Joseph Ashe, lord of the manor of Downton, before John Snow, steward.

1677

2/3

Courts baron of Walter Hungerford, lord [in one instance jointly with Germain Sheppard] of the manors of Radbourne and Durnford Magna alias Durnford Hungerford, before John Bull, steward.

1730-1736

2/4

Courts baron of Sir Lawrence Hyde, lord of the manor of Heale, before John Polden [only in one instance] and James Goldstone, stewards.

1629-1642

2/5

Courts baron of Henry Marten , lord of the manor of Wethercote, before Edward Yate, steward.

1600-1601

2/6

View of frankpledge and court baron of Sir Thomas Estcourt senior,lord of the manor of Sherston Magna, before Richard Goodenough, steward.

1679- 1680

2/7

Views of frankpledge and courts baron of Thomas Estcourt, lord of the manor of Sherston Magna, before Giles Estcourt, steward.

1693-1695

2/8

Part of a bailiff's compotus roll, manor and rectory of Urchfont.

[1521-1522]

2/9-11

Non-Manorial

2/9

Quit and chief rents. Rowden, Bremhill, Bromham and Stanley.

1788

2/10

Rent roll. Chantry rents, Bradford, Chippenham, Marlborough, Salisbury, Studley, Westbury and West Wellow, Somerset.

1701

2/11

Bye-laws. Wilts. and Berks. Canal

1819

3

Miscellaneous estate papers and manorial records

3/1

Extract of fines and amercements levied in manor court of Chirton. (1 membrane).

1571

3/2

Court roll of lands in South Leigh, Oxfordshire. (1membrane).

[1634]

3/3

Terrier of lands belonging to John Southby in Aldbourne. (3membranes).

1698

3/4

Court roll of lands in Stockton. (1membrane).

1704-1705

3/5

Rental of lands in Bromham. (1membrane).

1788

3/6

Rental of lands in Kemble, Gloucestershire. (1membrane).

[18th cent.]

4

Legal notes

4/1

Nineteen membranes recording jurors' presentments with note of verdicts as follows:- 1 Trin. 8 Anne. 11 Easter 11 Anne. 2 Mich. 8 Anne. 12 Mich. 11 Anne. 3 Easter 9 Anne. 13 Hil. 11 Anne. 4 Trin. 9 Anne * 14 Trin. 12 Anne. 5 Mich. 9 Anne. 15 "Plus de Mich". 12 Anne 6 Hil. 9 Anne. 16 Hil. 12 Anne. (including some Mich. 12 Anne.) 7 Easter 10 Anne. 17 Easter 13 Anne. 8 Trin. 10 Anne 18 Trin. 12 Anne. 9 Mich. 10 Anne. 19 Mich. 1 Geo. 1. 10 Hil. 10 Anne. The membrane for Trin. 12 Anne is marked K B 321 on dorse.

1709-1714

4/2

A file of four other membranes: 1.Copy writ of error, 24 Feb. 13 Will. III. 2.Memoranda of cases, 25 April, 3 Anne, 8 Oct., 5 Anne. 3.Memoranda of cases, 22 April, 6 Anne, 15 July, 6Anne. 4.Memoranda of cases, 12 July, 8 Anne.

1701-1709

5

Everleigh manor court rolls

5/1

Courts baron and views of frankpledge of Robert Barker, lord of the manor of Everleigh. Nathaniel Giles, steward. Draft copy.

1720

6

Deeds and leases relating to Bishop's Cannings, Devizes, and Poulshot

6/1

Gift. Walter Searvant to Robert Somerham and Clarice his wife of half a tenement with curtilage and garden in Poulshot.

[15th cent.]

6/2

Counterpart of lease. Robert Drew of Bishop's Cannings to John Blandford of Devizes of two tenements with lands in Old Port, Devizes.

1644

6/3

Release of lands in Poulshot and Devizes. Elizabeth Drew, widow of Bishop's Cannings to Sir Henry Andrewes of Lathbury, Buckinghamshire, in trust for Elizabeth, in anticipation of their marriage. (2membranes).

1663

6/4

Lease of Poulshot Farm, Poulshot. Sir Henry and Elizabeth Andrewes to Jeffrey Simpkins, clerk, of Bishop's Cannings.

1668

6/5

Mortgage of a tenement and lands in Bedborough in Bishop's Cannings. Sir Henry and Elizabeth Andrewes to Eleanor Powell of Devizes, widow.

1675

6/6

Mortgage of a tenement and lands at Wick in Bishop's Cannings. Sir Henry and Elizabeth Andrewes to Michael Chappell of Bishop's Cannings.

1685

6/7

Lease of a tenement in Old Port, Devizes. Sir Henry and Elizabeth Andrewes to Oliver Edwards of Devizes.

1693

6/8

Lease of a tenement and lands in Bedborough, Bishop's Cannings. Sir Henry Andrewes to Thomas Holloway of Bishop's Cannings.

1694

7

Hussey and Freke Family Papers

7/1

Forty leases, releases, marriage settlements, title deeds, mortgages, wills, deed polls, concerning property in New Street, the Oxford Arms Inn, and the High Street, Salisbury, and properties in Cumberland.

1724-1813

7/10

Ten leases, indentures of fine, marriage settlement, property in New Street, Salisbury.

1664-1790

7/11

Twenty one deeds. Property in Catherine Street, Salisbury.

[18thcent.]

7/12

Survey and valuation of the tithes belonging to William Hussey. Property in Sevenhampton, Blunsdon, Marston.

1812

7/13

Court book of the manor of Enford recording notes and remembrances from an account roll dated 1537, yearly value of the manor 1552-1553 and courts held from 18th April 1599 to 5th October 1723.

1537-1723

7/14

Fourteen documents. Will of William Hussey deceased. Wills and marriage settlements of Hussey family and properties at Enford and Highworth.

1721-1893

7/15

Sixteen mortgages, leases, releases, marriage settlement, will concerning Hussey family and properties in Salisbury.

1684-1862

7/16

Court book of the Prebend of Highworth, with a duplicate copy,1761-1860. Court rolls, 1745, 1847. Copy of a survey, 1791

1761-1860

7/17

Twenty four court rolls, Prebend of Highworth.

1721-1764

7/18

Sixteen legal papers in chancery cases of Hussey v. Hinxman and Hussey v. Hussey.

1848-1849

7/19

Four leases of farms in Highworth.

1803-1857

7/2

Ten deeds. Estate book of properties, funds and silver plate (with marks) in Salisbury of William Talk, post 1798. Also securities on loans.

1724-1847

7/20

Ten leases and releases, assignments, letters concerning Hussey family. Probate of will, Freke family. Property in Highworth and Hannington.

1775-1922

7/21

Ten notices of valuation of land under Finance Act, 1910, with correspondence, appeal forms, etc. Hannington Estate.

1911-1913

7/22-22H

Office copy of Highworth enclosure award and map,1779. Bound survey . Property in Highworth, Eastrop and Westrop, [18th cent] Rent book concerning properties in Highworth and Salisbury, late 18th cent early 19th cent

1779-early 19th cent.

7/23

Sixteen recoveries, deeds of settlement, assignments, probates of wills, releases, concerning properties at Highworth and elsewhere.

1655-1788

7/24

Ten recoveries, deeds of settlement, assignments, probates of wills, releases, concerning properties at Highworth.

1728-1835

7/25

Various estate papers. Hussey and Freke families. Property at Hannington.

1860-1919

7/26

Three documents: mortgage of houses called Redcliffe Villas; sale particular and plan of the Redcliffe Works in Seagrave Road, Fulham; lease of the Victoria Distillery formerly known as the Redcliffe Works. Parties: Corbett, McClymont, Middleton, J. & J. Vickers & Co. Property in Surbiton, Surrey and Fulham, Middlesex.

1878-1881

7/27

Thirteen chancery orders, deeds of covenant and title deeds. Properties of Lord Chedworth in Compton manor, Enford; and Gloucestershire.

1783

7/28

Six deeds, with probate copies of wills, concerning properties in Compton and Combe in Enford. Eight recoveries, mortgages concerning same properties.

1665-1761

7/29

Four grants of rights of fishing, shooting, training horses. Compton and Combe in Enford.

1891-1894

7/3

Six deeds. Love Lane and St. Ann Street, Salisbury.

1740-1799

7/30

Six bonds, assignment releases, mortgages. Compton Breamore in Enford.

1722-1766

7/31

Thirty four leases, indentures of fine, releases, recoveries, assignments. Compton Breamore in Enford.

1556-1761

7/32

Five leases concerning Compton Breamore and Combe in Enford.

1728-1763

7/33

Ten documents including pedigree, marriage certificate, enclosure act, enclosure award. Compton Breamore properties and Hussey family.

1772-1863

7/34

Fourteen wills, releases, fines, recoveries, bonds. Properties in Compton Breamore in Enford.

1715-1770

7/35

Four releases, recovery, feoffment. Properties in Enford.

1791-1804

7/36

Reconveyance and mortgages, concerning Compton Breamore and Compton Combe. Seven documents.

1860-1889

7/37

Survey of the manor of Compton in the parish of Enford belonging to William Hussey, 1765. Mortgages, lease, covenant and schedule of title deeds concerning Compton estate in Enford, 1845-1871. Five documents

1765

7/4

Six leases. New Street, Salisbury and East Harnham.

1703-1793

7/5

Fifteen leases, wills, contracts and title deeds, Salisbury.

1667-1772

7/6

Seventeen leases between William Hussey and others. Properties in New Street, Catherine Street and 1 High Street, Salisbury.

1799-1837

7/7

Two leases of a house in New Street, Salisbury.

1749-1752

7/8

Eight releases, mortgages, sale deeds of Dores House, Catherine Street, Salisbury.

1743-1771

7/9

Ten leases. Property in New Street, Salisbury.

1724-1790

8

Miscellaneous BRA deposits

8/1

Cartulary of the Lowe family relating to the manors of Semington and Orcheston St. Mary, Tidpit in Martin, the manor of Cowesfield Esturmy in Whiteparish, property in Shaftesbury and Compton Abbas in Dorset. Tichborn family estates in Hampshire, Surrey and Lincolnshire. Medieval text as end papers, a treatise or homily on the church's attitude to society, 15th century. Parchment cover with fine bindings.

17th cent.

8/2

Exemplification of an action in the Court of King's Bench concerning Thomas King and James Swayne and properties at Croucheston in Bishopstone, South Wiltshire. Hilary term 56 Geo. III.

1816

8/3

Poor rate assessment for the parish of Bradford.

Apr 1808

8/4

Letters patent of Henry VIII concerning privileges of the Duchy of Lancaster in Trowbridge.

1531

9

SAVERNAKE ESTATE

11th Century-20th Century

9/1

Section 1. General Estate

9/1/1-13

Abstracts of Title and Schedules of Deeds

9/1/1

Schedule of deeds relating to Yorkshire, Bedfordshire, Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Dorset, Surrey and Ailesbury House, St. John's Clerkenwell, Middlesex (date of deeds are not given).

c.1675-1686

9/1/10

Schedule of deeds of the Marquess of Ailesbury's settled estates in Wiltshire, 1834-90.

1895

9/1/11

Six loose lists of deeds and letters about deeds.

1663 - 1790

9/1/12

Loose lists of deeds and estate papers relating to Wiltshire, some showing their location in the evidence room at Tottenham park.

18th cent -early 19th cent

9/1/13

Description of the general title of Thomas Lord Bruce to his Wiltshire estates, with a pedigree from Edward, Earl of Hertford (died 1621) to Lady Elizabeth Seymour.

1762

9/1/2

Schedule of deeds kept in the evidence room at Tottenham Park

1698-1826

9/1/3

Schedule of deeds made on the marriage of Charles, Lord Bruce (later 3rd Earl of Ailesbury), and Lady Juliana Boyle in 1720

1798

9/1/4

Catalogue of deeds relating to estates in Wiltshire, Yorkshire and Bedfordshire, 1105-1724

1724

9/1/5

Schedule of deeds and other papers relating to estates in Wiltshire. Berkshire, Somerset, Yorkshire, Bedfordshire, Nottinghamshire, London, Derbyshire and Surrey, 12th cent. - 1725.

c1725

9/1/6

Schedule of deeds and other papers relating to the Wiltshire and Yorkshire estates, 1105 - 1738

c1738

9/1/7

Schedule of deeds and other papers relating to estates in Wiltshire, Yorkshire, Cheshire and London, 1105-1743.

c1743

9/1/8

Schedule of deeds and other records relating to the Wiltshire estates, 1629-1822

c 1822

9/1/9

Detailed schedule of deeds relating to estates in Wiltshire, Berkshire, Bedfordshire, Yorkshire and elsewhere, 1546-1874.

1870 - 1874

9/1/486-502

Work Reports

9/1/486

Eleven letters from Thomas Webb, reporting on the work of the forest labourers. One mentions the Serpentine Walk.

1770-1771

9/1/495

Thirty-two weekly work reports: Great Bedwyn. 1808, 1815-1816

1808-1816

9/1/496

Twenty-nine weekly reports on work done at Bloxham Lodge, by Silas Knottley.

1816-1825


Please note: These are catalogue entries for records held within the Wiltshire and Swindon Archives. They not available to view online. They are available to view in person at our facility in Chippenham or, where it is not a conservation risk, we are able to supply you with photocopies of the original document. Please contact us for more details.


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