Shelfmark: Dep. a. 26, fol. 130
View of Rycote Park by 'GT' from John Nichols's Progresses of Elizabeth, 2nd edition.
Shelfmark: Dep. b. 258
Title deeds of the Earls of Abingdon mainly relating to Lavington Episcopi (West Lavington), Wiltshire.
Shelfmark: Dep. b. 48, item 10
Description: Agreement by Montagu Bertie, 5th Earl of Abingdon, respecting the enclosure of Beckley and the drainage of Otmoor, Oxfordshire.
Shelfmark: Dep. c. 974
Title deeds of the Earls of Abingdon relating to properties in Withington and Fallowfield, Manchester.
Date: mainly 1858-1928
Shelfmark: Dep. d. 911
Title deeds, with pendant seals, of James Bertie, 1st Earl of Abingdon, for West Lavington, Wiltshire. Includes (fols. 6-7) a copy of a codicil to Abingdon's will, 28 July 1683, proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 3 Febuary 1700.
Shelfmark: G.A. Oxon. a. 117, pp. 88-90
Pencil drawing of the tomb of John, Baron Williams of Thame, in Thame church, n.d.; engraving of Rycote Park by Johannes Kip and Leonard Knyff, early 18th century; engraving of Rycote House by J. Sewell, November 1799; and a cutting on the history of Rycote from T. Cox's Magna Britannia et Hibernia Antiqua & Nova.
Date: [19th century]
Shelfmark: John Johnson Long Collection 18
Description: Postcard views of Rycote House and Rycote Chapel.
Date: [early 20th century-1960s]
Shelfmark: Maps MS. C 17:49 (197) R
Description: Map of parts of Rycote and Priestend in Thame.
Date: 19th century
Shelfmark: MS. Add. e. 3
"The Declaration of thaccompte of Syr John Williams knycht late Master and Treasourer of the Juelles and plate which were the late kinges...Henry the theight." The roll was produced for the commissioners of Edward VI and includes details of Anne of Cleves's expenses at Calais and Dover during her journey to England for her marriage to Henry VIII.
Date: December 1551
Shelfmark: MS. Ashmole 195, fol. 21v
Medical examination of Bridget, Lady Norris, wife of Sir Thomas Norris, by Simon Forman.
Date: 22 March 1598
Shelfmark: MS. Ashmole 423, fols. 105-6
Description: Letter from Fra. Kinaston to William Lily concerning "your excelent judgment either as to the Directions of Accidents or els to yr generall consideration of the Felicity or Infelicitie of the Figure of the Heavens at the Barth of my much honord frend [Edward Wray]."
Shelfmark: MS. Ashmole 781, p. 128
Copy of a letter from Francis, 2nd Baron Norris of Rycote, to James I seeking a pardon following his conviction for the manslaughter of a servant of Robert Bertie, 14th Baron Willoughby of Willoughby, Beck, and Eresby.
Date: [c. 10 September 1615]
Shelfmark: MS. Ashmole 840, fol. 153v
Description: Entry recording the knighting of Henry Norris and William Waynemay at Rycote in 1566 in a list of knights created by Elizabeth I.
Shelfmark: MS. Ashmole 841, p. 1
Description: "Creatio Galfridi de Magnavilla factus comes Essex per R. Steph. Ex ipsa charta sub sigillo".
Shelfmark: MS. Ashmole 841, pp. 3-5
Description: "Creatio Galfridi de Magnavilla in comitem Essex Matildem Imperatrice".
Shelfmark: MS. Ashmole 852, pp. 130-1
Description: Norris family pedigree with arms.
Shelfmark: MS. Ashmole 852, pp. 59-60
Description: Pedigree of the Englefield family from the visitation of Berkshire by Henry Chitting in 1623. Transcribed by Elias Ashmole.
Shelfmark: MS. Ashmole 858, pp. 298-300
Description: "Coppy of the comission of Earl Marshall of England to the Lord Treasurer and others", 14 Car. 2. Includes Montague Bertie, 2nd Earl of Lindsey.
Shelfmark: MS. Ashmole 860, p. 448
Description: Entry from the register of Waltham Abbey concerning Geoffrey de Mandeville. Transcribed by Elias Ashmole.
Shelfmark: MS. Ashmole 862, p. 112
Account of Henry, 1st Baron Norris of Rycote's introduction to the House of Lords, 8 May 1572.
Shelfmark: MS. Ashmole 1110, fol. 174
Description: Entry concerning Montague Bertie, 2nd Earl of Lindsey, in the 'Noble and Worthy Acts of Knights of the Order of the Garter' by Sir Edward Walker. Transcribed by Elias Ashmole.
Shelfmark: MS. Ashmole 1116, fol. 45v
Form of the introduction of Henry, 1st Baron Norris of Rycote, and the Lords Compton and Cheyney into the House of Lords, 8 May 1572.
Shelfmark: MS. Ashmole 1730, fols. 120-1
Description: Letter from Robert Vilvaine to Richard Sandy mentioning that Francis, 2nd Baron Norris of Rycote, has been treated by the King of France's chief physician.
Shelfmark: MS. Asquith 17, fols. 257-8
Letter to H.H. Asquith from Francis Leveson Bertie, 1st Viscount Bertie of Thame.
Date: December 1916
Shelfmark: MS. Asquith 25, fols. 128-9
Description: Draft letter from Sir William Tyrrell to Francis Leveson Bertie, 1st Viscount Bertie of Thame.
Date: Decemeber 1916