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Shelfmark: MS. Carte 130, fol. 313

Description:

Letter to Henry Crow, Secretary to the Duke of Beaufort, from an unidentified correspondent reporting that James Bertie, 1st Earl of Abingdon, had joined Lord Cornbury in his last march.

Date: [c.November 1688]

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Shelfmark: MS. Carte 217, fol. 200

Description:

Letter from John Fell, Bishop of Oxford, to James Butler, 1st Duke of Ormond, concerning the Oxford defences during the Duke of Monmouth's rebellion. Includes references to James Bertie, 1st Earl of Abingdon's work to secure the defences and a proposal to commission Abingdon's son Montagu [James in ms.] Bertie, Lord Norris, to the command of University volunteer militia.

Date: 21 June 1685

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Shelfmark: MS. Carte 243, fol. 134

Description:

Letter from Colonel Edward Cooke to James Butler, 1st Duke of Ormond, written from Rycote.

Date: 24 August 1674

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Shelfmark: MS. Ch. Berks. 211

Description: Common recovery, in Latin, by Sir Edward Norris of the manor of Cookham, Berkshire. Parchment seal.

Date: April 1600

Shelfmark: MS. Ch. Berks. 212

Description: Charter, in Latin, concerning Sir Edward Norris's title to the manor of Cookham, Berkshire.

Date: 1600

Shelfmark: MS. Ch. Berks. 213

Description: Recovery, in Latin, of the manor of Cookham, Berkshire, by Henry, 1st Baron Norris of Rycote. Great Seal of Elizabeth I.

Date: 1601

Shelfmark: MS. Ch. Berks. 215

Description:

Francis, 2nd Baron Norris of Rycote's agreement to sell Hindon's Farm in Cookham, Berkshire, and tenements in Maidenhead to Sir Thomas Bodley. Parchment seal.

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Date: 14 April 1608

Shelfmark: MS. Ch. Berks. 216

Description: Francis, 2nd Baron Norris of Rycote's sale of messuage and Hindon's Farm in Cookham, Berkshire, to Thomas Wroth and William Gent of Oxford, agents of Sir Thomas Bodley. Wax seal. Endorsements on reverse.

Date: 2 May 1608

Shelfmark: MS. Ch. Berks 217

Description: Grant of messuage and Hindon's Farm in Cookham, Berkshire, by Francis, 2nd Baron Norris of Rycote, to Sir Thomas Bodley. Wax seal.

Date: 2 May 1608

Shelfmark: MS. Ch. Berks. 218

Description: Transfer of the interest of Thomas Wroth and William Gent in the land purchased from Francis, 2nd Baron Norris of Rycote, to Sir Thomas Bodley.

Date: 1 June 1608

Shelfmark: MS. Ch. Berks. 219

Description: Thomas Wroth and William Gent, agents for Sir Thomas Bodley, assigning Humphrey Newberry power of attorney to receive the lands purchased by Bodley from Francis, 2nd Baron Norris of Rycote. Endorsements on reverse.

Date: 1 June 1608

Shelfmark: MS. Ch. Berks. 220

Description:

Royal confirmation of Sir Thomas Bodley's title to Hindon's Farm in Cookham, Berkshire, and other lands in Maidenhead purchased from Francis, 2nd Baron Norris of Rycote. Great seal of James I.

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Date: 27 November 1609

Shelfmark: MS. Ch. Berks. 221

Description: Recital of titles of ownership to the manor of Cookham, Berkshire.

Date: 12 December 1609

Shelfmark: MS. Ch. Berks. 506

Description: Renewal of lease to Mary Annesley of lands in Cumnor by Willoughby Bertie, 4th Earl of Abingdon.

Date: December 1769

Shelfmark: MS. Ch. Berks. 507

Description: Renewal of lease to Mary Annesley of lands in Cumnor by Willoughby Bertie, 4th Earl of Abingdon.

Date: December 1769

Shelfmark: MS. Ch. Berks. 508

Description: Mortgage of Robert Harrison for lands in Wytham leased to him by Montagu Venables-Bertie, 2nd Earl of Abingdon.

Date: March 1737

Shelfmark: MS. Ch. Berks. 509

Description: Lease to Robert Harrison of lands in Wytham from Willoughby Bertie, 3rd Earl of Abingdon.

Date: April 1753

Shelfmark: MS. Ch. Berks. 510

Description: Lease to Mary Annesley of lands in Cumnor by Willoughby Bertie, 4th Earl of Abingdon.

Date: April 1789

Shelfmark: MSS. Ch. Berks. 844-6

Description: Chancery writs in the case of James and Sarah Way v. Willoughby Bertie, 4th Earl of Abingdon.

Date: 1791-1792

Shelfmark: MS. Ch. Linc. 615

Description: Montague Bertie, 2nd Earl of Lindsey's commission as Lord Lieutenant of Lincolnshire. With Lindsey's orders appointing his deputies. Wax seal of the 2nd Earl of Lindsey.

Date: 16 July 1660

Shelfmark: MS. Ch. Oxon 100

Description:

Grant to St. Frideswide's Priory of land in Elsfield (near Oxford). Witnessed by Fulk de Ricote.

Date: [c.1260-1270]

Shelfmark: MS. Ch. Oxon. 207b

Description:

Grant from Katherine Paynel to the Knights Templar of the manor of Sanford, witnessed by Sir Fulk de Rycote. Annotation by Anthony Wood on the verso.

Date: [c.1280-1290]

Shelfmark: MS. Ch. Oxon. 3875

Description:

A patent of 7 August 4 Edward VI [1550] unto Sir John Williams, knight, and the inhabitants of Thame and Rycote in Oxfordshire for a priest to celebrate the divine service in the chapel of Thame in assistance to the vicar there, as also another priest in the chapel of Rycote for the benefit of the inhabitants of Rycote. The charter also grants to Williams the Guild of St. Christopher in Thame.

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Date: 7 August 1550

Shelfmark: MSS. Ch. Oxon. 4179-82; D.D. Bertie b. 9, item 5

Description: Deeds relating to trusts for Willoughby Bertie, 4th Earl of Abingdon.

Date: 1761-1766

Shelfmark: MS. Ch. Oxon. 4183

Description:

Assignment in trust of the personal property of Emily Gage prior to her marriage to Montagu Bertie, 5th Earl of Abingdon.

Date: 1807

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