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Grenville Documents

Provided by David Carter

The documents were collected and transcribed in connection with the reports produced for a series of properties in Bridge Street, Bideford. In particular, the Grenville Research report traces the history of the Grenville family in Bideford from the 11th century up to the early 18th century. It proves that Sir Richard Grenville (1542-1591) was born in Bideford, in the Manor House of the Grenvilles which used to occupy the site of No's 1-3 Bridge Street.

Wills and Inquisitions Post Mortem (in Bideford pages)

Will of Sir Thomas Graynfield (1514)

IPM of Roger Greenville (1525)

Will of Richard Greynfelde (1549)

IPM of Richard Greynfeld (1550)

IPM of Sir Richard Grenvile (1592)


Other Documents

Charter of Bideford (1204)

Lease for land at Bideford (1624)

Agreement to Levy Fine (1624)

Grant of Annuity for Surrender of land at Bideford (1633)

Bargain and Sale, lands at Bideford (1645)

Mortgage for land at Bideford (1650)

Assignment Burrough, Barton, Manor at Bideford (1652)

Lease of Burrough, Manor and Barton at Bideford (1657)

Lease for 99 years, land at Bideford (1664)

Release and quittance of all claims, Manor of Bideford (1665)

Release of all actions, debts, etc, to Borough of Bideford (1665)

Sale of Manor of Bideford to Bideford Corporation (1881)