Trustees for Crown Lands and Fee Farm Rents: Particulars for Sale of Estates of Charles I
|Title:||Trustees for Crown Lands and Fee Farm Rents: Particulars for Sale of Estates of Charles I|
In 1649 trustees were appointed by Parliament to sell the estates previously belonging to Charles I, Queen Henrietta Maria and Prince Charles. These were surveyed and, on the basis of this information, detailed particulars of the properties were drawn up.
Also included in the series are certificates of rates, which provide the names of the purchasers, the price to be paid, and details of the payments to be made; certificates by the contractors authorising the trustees to convey the properties to named purchasers; and certificates by the deputy registrar that the conveyance has been completed and registered.
Particulars, warrants and transcripts are in E 367
For certain other records of Parliamentary sales of Crown lands see SP 26
The registrar's books of particulars are in CRES 39
|Held by:||The National Archives, Kew|
|Legal status:||Public Record(s)|
Trustees for Crown Lands and Fee Farm Rents, 1649-1660
|Physical description:||24 bundle(s)|
|Unpublished finding aids:||
An eighteenth-century manuscript calendar and index, arranged by county, is available.
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- E - Records of the Exchequer, and its related bodies, with those of the Office of First Fruits and Tenths, and the Court of Augmentations
- Division within E - Records of the Court of Augmentations and the Augmentation Office
- E 320 - Trustees for Crown Lands and Fee Farm Rents: Particulars for Sale of Estates of Charles I