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Hamond-Graeme family, baronets, of Holly Grove

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Date: 1500-2000
Places:
  • Bembridge, Isle of Wight
  • Eastville, Lincolnshire
  • Freshwater, Isle of Wight
  • Holly Grove, Berkshire
  • Terrington St Clement, Norfolk
  • Yaverland, Isle of Wight
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/F88212 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/F5708 )
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1
16th cent-20th cent: Isle of Wight (Bembridge, etc) deeds, family and estate papers 16th-20th cent and misc Eastville (Lincs) estate papers 1854-89
Isle of Wight Record Office
NRA 24049 Hamond Graeme
2
1840: Norfolk (Terrington St Clement) estate map and papers
Norfolk Record Office
NRA 43390
3
18th cent-19th cent: Hamond-Graeme family papers, mainly papers of the 1st Bt (1738-1828) and 2nd Bt (1779-1862)
Cambridge University Library: Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
See Annual Return 1996
4
1783-1862: Hamond-Graeme family papers, mainly of the 1st and 2nd Bts
Duke University: William R Perkins Library
See HMC Papers of British colonial governors 1782-1900, 1986 p28
5
1771-1825: Hamond-Graeme family papers, mainly of the 1st and 2nd Bts
University of Virginia Library
NRA 27155

See HMC Papers of British colonial governors 1782-1900, 1986 p27
6
c1819-1862: Hamond-Graeme family papers, mainly of the 2nd Bt
National Maritime Museum: The Caird Library and Archive
NRA 30121 Nat Maritime Mus
7
1850-1862: misc Hamond-Graeme family corresp
London University: Senate House Library
See Catalogue of Addl. Autograph Letters
8
1834-1836: naval corresp of the 2nd Bt
National Museum of the Royal Navy
See Guide to the MS Collections of the Royal Naval Museum (1997)
9
commonplace book of 2nd Bt
Cambridge University Library: Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
See Annual Return 2000

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