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Extensive series of Thynne Family Papers 16th-early 18th century

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

Extensive series of Thynne Family Papers 16th-early 18th century, arranged in blue document boxes, morocco labels: Sixteenth Century. Sir John Thynne (died 1580): household, kitchen and wages accounts, Longleat, 1552-71; also London and Corsley, 1569-70; two household account books, Longleat, 1555-61, folio, vellum wrappers; two kitchen books, Longleat, 1555-6 and 1560-61, folio, vellum wrappers; household accounts, Longleat, 1576-80; receipts, payments and expenses, buildings, stables, kitchen, laundry, some wardrobe (including expenses of Lady Thynne; and burial of Sir John), Longleat and London, 1550s-1580; also building accounts, 1550s-1580; Papers relating to Sir John's office of Packer [of woollen cloth] to the City of London, 1546-51; Series of inventories: list of plate, 1546; Longleat (from 1549); houses in London and at Corsley (four, 1550s, 1560s); Book of Cattle, 1579; schedule of title deeds, Longleat estate, 16th century, folio, vellum wrappers; miscellaneous correspondence and legal papers.

ID:  91610

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