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Shelfmark: MS. D.D. Bertie c. 3, items 1-7

Description:

Correspondence and bills of Willoughby Bertie, 4th Earl of Abingdon.

Date: 1774-1790

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Shelfmark: MS. D.D. Bertie c. 3, item 12

Description: Judgement on the bankruptcy of Montagu Bertie, 5th Earl of Abingdon

Date: 1810

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Shelfmark: MS. D.D. Bertie c. 3, item 8

Description:

Sale catalogue of building materials from the demolition of Rycote House.

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Date: June 1807

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Shelfmark: MS. D.D. Bertie c. 7, items 4-10

Description:

Legal papers concerning the mortgages of Montague Bertie, 5th Earl of Abingdon.

Date: 1829-1843

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Shelfmark: MS. D.D. Bertie c. 7, items 11-24

Description: Settlement on the marriage of Montagu Bertie, Lord Norris, and Caroline Towneley.

Date: 1858-1869

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Shelfmark: MS. D.D. Bertie c. 8

Description:

Legal papers relating to mortgages and charges on the settled estates of the Bertie family. Includes (item 1) case for John Hodgson of Lincoln's Inn for the appointing of jointures and portions for the wives of Willoughby Bertie, 4th Earl of Abingdon, and his brother Peregrine Bertie, 1821, under the terms of the 1769 Act of Parliament.

Date: 1821-1860

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Shelfmark: MS. D.D. Bertie c. 9a-b

Description: Correspondence of Joseph Maberly, solicitor to Montagu Bertie, 5th Earl of Abingdon.

Date: 1843-1846

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Shelfmark: MS. D.D Bertie c. 10, items 5-7

Description: Papers of Montagu Bertie, 5th Earl of Abingdon, as a trustee for the children of Arthur Annesley.

Date: 1811-1849

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Shelfmark: MSS. D.D. Bertie c. 11, items 1-7; b. 10, items 3-4

Description: Legal papers relating to the case in Chancery of Peregrine Bertie v. Montagu Bertie, 5th Earl of Abingdon, over the sale of the estates of Peregrine Bertie, deceased.

Date: 1809-1848

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Shelfmark: MS. D.D. Bertie c. 12, items 13-24

Description: Legal papers relating to mortgages and charges on the settled estates, including Rycote, of the Bertie family.

Date: 1837-1877

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Shelfmark: MS. D.D. Bertie c. 19, items 3-4

Description: Two deeds relating to the entail of the estates of Henry, 1st Baron Norris of Rycote, and his wife Margery. Wax seal.

Date: 1598, 1600

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Shelfmark: MS. D.D. Bertie c. 32, items 11-12

Description: Papers relating to the Stapleton claim to the barony of Beaumont which was disputed by the earls of Abingdon.

Date: 1765-1766

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Shelfmark: MSS. D.D. Bertie c. 33, items 1-10; c. 34, items 1-13; c. 35, items 1-17

Description: Papers relating to mortgages and charges on the settled estates, including settlements under the 1769 Act of Parliament to appoint jointures and provide portions for members of the family. Rycote is included among the estates.

Date: 1845-1927

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Shelfmark: MS. D.D. Dashwood (Bucks) c. 17, item F 5/25/8

Description: Copy of letter to Montagu Bertie, 5th Earl of Abingdon, concerning the county bridges of Buckinghamshire.

Date: n.d.

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Shelfmark: MS. D.D. Harcourt c. 9, item 1

Description: Sale of the yearly rent charge for land in Seacourt, Berkshire, by Monatgu Venables-Bertie, 2nd Earl of Abingdon, to Simon Harcourt, 1st Viscount Harcourt, for life.

Date: September 1701

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Shelfmark: MS. D.D. Harcourt c. 35, items 15-16

Description: Elizabeth Lavinia Bertie, Lady Norris, mentioned in the will of her grandfather Edward Harcourt, Archbishop of York.

Date: January 1848

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Shelfmark: MS. D.D. Harcourt c. 39, item 14

Description: Richard Quatremains and Richard Fowler parties to power of attorney Acton Burnell, Salop. With wax seals.

Date: 1461

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Shelfmark: MS. D.D. Harcourt c. 102

Description: Title deeds relating to the acquisiton of Lord Wenman's farms in Cogges, Oxfordshire, by George Simon Harcourt, 2nd Earl Harcourt. Willoughby Bertie, 4th Earl of Abingdon, was a party as a trustee of the will of Philip Wenman, 6th Viscount Wenman. Includes (item 1) attested copy of the settlement between Richard Wenman and his wife Catherine, later Countess of Abingdon, 1682.

Date: 1786-1787

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Shelfmark: MS. D.D. Harcourt c. 114, item 12

Description: Montagu Venables-Bertie, 2nd Earl of Abingdon, party to a grant of the advowson of North Hinksey chapel.

Date: 23 December 1726

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Shelfmark: MS. D.D. Harcourt c. 114, item 13

Description: Purchase by Montagu Venables-Bertie, 2nd Earl of Abingdon, of the alternate advowson nomination, presentation and patronage of North Hinksey chapel.

Date: June 1727

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Shelfmark: MS. D.D. Risley c. 1, item 2

Description: A document of twenty-three folios, each signed by Edward Sawyer, containing a list of names of the four candidates in the Oxfordshire election of 1690 and the names of those who voted for them. Montagu Venables-Bertie, Lord Norris, was elected MP.

Date: 1690

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Shelfmark: MS. D.D. Risley c. 66, item 13

Description: Entry from the diary of William Cotton Risley recording his attendance at a meeting where Montagu Bertie, Lord Norris, and Mr Harcourt were elected MPs for Oxfordshire.

Date: 5 July 1841

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Shelfmark: MS. D.D. Risley c. 67, item 2

Description:

Entry from the diary of William Cotton Risley noting that "young Petty" has written to Mr Henley and Montagu Bertie, Lord Norris, about a petition for getting the Excise.

Date: 22 February 1843

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Shelfmark: MS. D.D. Risley c. 68, item 1

Description: Entry from the diary of William Cotton Risley recording his attendance at a meeting, chaired by Montagu Bertie, 5th Earl of Abingdon, concerning the proposed formation of a diocesan society to aid in church building and repair etc.

Date: 8 February 1847

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Shelfmark: MS. D.D. Wykeham-Musgrave c. 26

Description:

Deed of settlement between Richard Wenman, 4th Viscount Wenman, and his wife Catherine (later Countess of Abingdon), August 1682; and settlement between Philip Wenman, 6th Viscount Wenman, and Catherine Wroughton, Dowager Countess of Abingdon, of disputes concerning the estates of Richard Weman, 4th Viscount Wenman, and Richard Wenman, 5th Viscount Wenman, June 1741.

Date: 1682, 1741

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