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Nicholas Papers

Date range: 1384-1764

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Records forming part of the archives of the Nicholas family of West Horsley, Surrey. They relate chiefly to Sir Edward Nicholas (1593-1669), Secretary of State to Charles I and Charles II, to his sons John and Edward, and to the Nicholas estates in West Horsley, Surrey, and Gillingham, Dorset.

They comprise:

  • letters to Sir Edward Nicholas as Secretary of State, 1643-44;
  • account books of Edward Nicholas esq. as Treasurer and General Receiver, 1694-1715;
  • important manorial court rolls for West Horsley, 1385-1709;
  • manorial court records for Gillingham, including a court book, survey, rental, perambulation and accounts, 1469-1725;
  • an important collection of documents concerning the anti-enclosure riots at Gillingham in 1642–48;
  • other documents relating to property in West Horsley and Gillingham, including deeds of conveyance, mortgages, leases and accounts.

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