Catalogue description Blois Family Archives

This record is held by Suffolk Record Office, Ipswich Branch

Details of HA30
Reference: HA30
Title: Blois Family Archives
Description:

Evidences of Title

 

Blois estates in Ipswich, Grundisburgh, Levington, etc.

 

Ipswich.

 

Grundisburgh and district.

 

Levington and district.

 

Evidences concerning Brooke-Blois estates generally.

 

Blythburgh manors.

 

Westleton manor.

 

Yoxford manors.

 

Easton Bavents manor.

 

Evidences concerning Blythburgh.

 

Blythburgh Priory.

 

Adrowson, tithe, etc.

 

Westwood Lodge.

 

Miscellaneous deeds, Blythburgh.

 

Copies of court roll, Blythburgh with Walberswick.

 

Copies of court roll, Blythburgh Priory.

 

Evidences concerning Walberswick.

 

Evidences concerning Westleton.

 

Evidences concerning Yoxford.

 

Other evidences concerning the Brooke-Blois estates.

 

Aldeburgh.

 

Battisford.

 

Darsham.

 

Leiston.

 

Ringsfield, Ilketshall, etc.

 

Southelmhem.

 

Ufford.

 

Wenhaston.

 

Essex properties.

 

Yorkshire property.

 

Other miscellaneous deeds.

 

Debenham.

 

Henstead.

 

Linstead.

 

Ramsholt.

 

Westhall.

 

Wortwell, Norfolk.

 

Stanhope deeds.

 

Deeds, related documents.

 

Bonds.

 

Releases.

 

Fragments.

 

Manorial records

 

Westwood and Blythburgh with Walberswick.

 

Court rolls.

 

Court books.

 

Stewards' papers.

 

Other records.

 

Blythburgh Priory.

 

Court rolls.

 

Other records.

 

Hinton Priory.

 

Court rolls.

 

Westleton.

 

Court rolls.

 

Stewards' papers.

 

Rentals.

 

Accounts.

 

Other records.

 

Yoxford.

 

Court books.

 

Accounts.

 

Extents and rentals.

 

Other records.

 

Verdons and Watshams in Culpho.

 

Accounts.

 

Wissett.

 

Records concerning several manors.

 

Hopton Family records

 

Estate management.

 

Financial.

 

Statutes Staple.

 

Deeds of defeazance concerning Statutes Staple.

 

Other financial records.

 

Legal.

 

Blything Hundred.

 

Brooke Family records

 

Estate management.

 

Wills, executorship records and the like.

 

Legal.

 

Local and Official.

 

Blois Family records

 

Estate management.

 

General.

 

Accounts.

 

Vouchers.

 

Wills and executorship records.

 

Blois wills.

 

Records of Blois family as executors.

 

Legal.

 

Genealogical.

 

Local and Official.

 

Official.

 

Parish records.

 

MANORIAL

 

I. Yoxford with the members.

 

a. Court Rolls

 

b. Minutes of Courts

 

c. Estreats of Courts

 

d. Rentals

 

e. Extents and Surveys

 

f. Accounts

 

g. Miscellaneous

 

II. Westwood and Blythburgh with Walberswick

 

a. Court Rolls

 

b. Estreats of Courts

 

c. Rentals

 

d. Accounts

 

e. Miscellaneous

 

III. Blythburgh Priory

 

a. Minutes of Courts

 

b. Rentals

 

IV. Westleton with the members

 

a. Rentals

 

b. Extents

 

c. Accounts

 

d. Miscellaneous

 

V. Unidentified

 

EVIDENCES OF TITLE

 

I. Deeds concerning the Hopton-Brooke-Blois estate generally.

 

II. Deeds concerning Grundisburgh, Culpho, etc.

 

III. Deeds concerning Yoxford

 

IV. Deeds concerning Blythburgh and Walberswick

 

V. Deeds concerning Westleton

 

VI. Deeds concerning Southelmham

 

VII. Other Suffolk deeds

 

VIII. Deeds concerning Danby, Purley and Wanstead, Essex.

 

IX. Deeds concerning Hertfordshire

 

X. Deeds concerning Wiltshire

 

ABSTRACTS OF TITLE

 

MAPS, SURVEYS, ETC.

 

SWYLLYNGTON FAMILY RECORDS

 

HOLTON FAMILY RECORDS

 

I. John Hopton (d.1438) and his wife, Thomasine.

 

II. Sir Arthur Hopton (d.1555)

 

III. Sir Owen Hopton, Lieutenant of the Tower of London.

 

IV. Robert Hopton

 

V. Arthur Hopton

 

VI. Miscellaneous (i.e. records with no apparent relation to those of the Hopton family but probably connected with them).

 

BROOKE FAMILY RECORDS

 

I. Genealogical

 

II. Sir Robert Brooke, Alderman of London (d.1600)

 

III. Sir Robert Brooke, (d.1646)

 

a. General

 

b. Official

 

c. Dispute with George Neale concerning Kinges Allanes Land, Yoxford.

 

d. Dispute with John Stubbs and Henry Coke

 

e. Dispute concerning Prior's Haugh in Hinton

 

f. Dispute with Walberswick

 

IV. Lady Elizabeth Brooke, (d.1683)

 

V. Mary Brooke, (d.1693)

 

VI. John Brooke, (d.1652)

 

a. General

 

b. Committee of John Ryvett, idiot.

 

VII. Miscellaneous (i.e. records with no apparent relation to those of the Brooke family but probably connected with them.)

 

H. BLOIS FAMILY RECORDS

 

I. General and Genealogical

 

II. Ralph Blois, (d.1656 ?)

 

III. Sir William Blois (d.1675)

 

IV. Sir Charles Blois, bart. (d.1738)

 

V. Robert Blois (son of Sir Charles Blois, bart. d.1738?)

 

VI. John Blois, Register to the Commissioners of Excise Revenue

 

VII. Sir Charles Blois, bart. (d.1760)

 

VIII. Rev. Sir Ralph Blois, (d.1761)

 

IX. Sir John Blois, bart. (d.1810)

 

X. Sir Charles Blois, bart. (d.1850)

 

XI. Miscellaneous (i.e. records with no apparent relation to those of the Blois family but probably connected with them)

 

I. MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS

 

I. Wills

 

II. Inventories

 

III. Accounts

 

IV. Fragments

 

V. Printed

 

Also a note of records deposited temporarily in the Record Office by Sir Gervase Blois (ref. no. T449)

 

And a note on the history of the Blois Family by the late Robert Parr.

Date: 1323-1830
Held by: Suffolk Record Office, Ipswich Branch, not available at The National Archives
Language: English
Creator:

Blois family, baronets, of Cockfield Hall, Suffolk

Physical description: 15 series
Immediate source of acquisition:

1951-1952

 

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Subjects:
  • Hopton family of Suffolk
  • Brooke family of Cockfield Hall, Suffolk
  • Yoxford, Suffolk
  • Grundisburgh, Suffolk

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