Catalogue description Dashwood of West Wycombe

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Reference: D-D
Title: Dashwood of West Wycombe
Description:

Deeds and Estate papers of the Dashwood family of West Wycombe

 

Collection of deeds and papers, etc., (Ref. D-D).

Date: 1547-1922
Arrangement:

D-D/

 

DEEDS

 

Bundle 1 Chepping Wycombe

 

2 Halton

 

3 London

 

4 Saunderton

 

5 Wendover

 

6 West Wycombe

 

7 Buckinghamshire

 

8 Other Counties

 

MANORIAL DOCUMENTS

 

9 Manor of Bassetsbury

 

10 Manor of Halton

 

11 Manor of West Wycombe

 

12 Wills and Administrations

 

13 Legal Papers

 

14 Estate Papers

 

15 Tithe Papers

 

16 Marriage Settlements

 

17 Settlement of Estate of Sir Francis Dashwood 1658-1724.

 

18 Personal Papers

 

19 Miscellanea

 

Index Nominum

 

D/D/A Additional papers

 

Estate Deeds 1-13

 

Rentals 14-19

 

Estate Accounts 20-47

 

Maps and Plans 48-54

 

Auction Sale Catalogues 55-70

 

Estate Papers 71-125

 

Personal and Household Accounts 126-131

 

Property in other counties 132-176

Related material:

See also: NRA 0892, Dashwood family papers deposited in the Bodleian Library, Oxford.

Held by: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies, not available at The National Archives
Language: English
Creator:

Dashwood family of Buckinghamshire

Physical description: 18 series
Immediate source of acquisition:

D-D

 

A.R. 25/52 18.vi.1952.

 

33/52 10.vii.1952.

 

2/56 24.i.1956.

 

24/58 20.v.1958.

 

D-D/A

 

A.R 44/63 (L) 27.ix.63

 

A.R. 3/64 (L) 16.i.1964

 

This collection of estate deeds and ancillary papers was deposited in the County Record Office per the Bodleian Library in June 1952. Further deposits were made in January, 1956 and May, 1958. A large number of the family's personal papers, diaries, and letters are in the Bodleian Library. Copies of a few additional papers, 1698-1767, are in D/X 396

Subjects:
  • West Wycombe, Oxfordshire
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