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|Caston Hall, Coltishall, Docking, Hindringham, Horstead, Lessingham, Morley, Toft Monks, Walsingham, West Wretham and Woodton.|
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Grant from John, son of William le Mareschal, Lord of Buxton, to Thomas, son of William de Hakeford, of lands in Coltishall, c. 1290. Le Mareschal's seal (black with a shield motif) is attached.
Ref: KCAR/6/2/38/2 COL/1
Indenture between William Lowth, Prior of Walshingham, Richard, Bishop of Norwich and Robert Hacombleyn, Provost of King's College, granting a chantry to Roger Lupton, Provost of Eton.
Ref: KCAR/6/2/164 WLM/1
Royal Letters Patent of King Richard II, giving licence for the grant of lands at Coltishall by Sir Simon Felbrigg and James Billyngford to Mr John Felbrigg, parson of Coltishall, 3 June 1398.
Ref: KCAR/6/2/38/2 COL/422
Survey map of Lessingham, 1587. This detailed manuscript map was found on the back inside cover of a bound survey of Lessingham manor. It is one of the earliest maps in the estates records.
Ref: KCAR/6/2/100/8 LES/35
Lessingham tenants' petition, 1645. This Petition was sent to King's College by the tenants of Lessingham in favour of a gifted minister.
Ref: KCAR/6/2/100/17 LES/49
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