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Second deposit of the manuscripts of the Earls of Ancaster

Reference Name 2-ANC

2-ANC/1. Title deeds, mediaeval and early modern deeds relating to estates in Lincolnshire, Norfolk, Rutland and the Barbican, groups 1-63.
2-ANC/2. Court Rolls, groups 1-25.
2-ANC/3. Family settlements and trusts:
A. Willoughby, items 1-52.
B. Brandon and Bertie, items 1-31.
C. Bertie, items 1-70.
2-ANC/4. Surveys and rentals, items 1-10.
2-ANC/5. Plans, items or groups 1-25.
2-ANC/6. Accounts, rentals and vouchers, mainly 18th century, a few 17th and 19th centuries, items 1-199.
2-ANC/7. Miscellaneous estate papers, including letters memoranda and some plans, 19th century, bundles 1-87. Note: item 67 added after typing.
2-ANC/8. Commissions in Public Life, items 1-28.
2-ANC/9. Lieutenancy Papers, mainly 18th century, items 1-66.
2-ANC/10. Acts of Parliament and other printed matter, froups 1-12.
2-ANC/11. Fragments of records regarding a subsidy (not listed below).
2-ANC/12. Heathcote Papers:
A. Affairs of Sir Gilbert Heathcote and his sons, bundles 1-5.
B. Election Papers (numbered 6 in error below). items 1-12.
C. Estate letters, bundles 1-2.
D. Vouchers, bundles 1-47.
E. Account books, items 1-10.
F. Miscellaneous Papers, items 1-13.
G. Fee farm rents, items 1-40.
2-ANC/13. No documents have been assigned this number by oversight.
2-ANC/14. Letters and other documents found together in a wooden box, 16th century to early 19th century, items 1-79.

Date: 12th Cent-20th Cent

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]


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