Document referenceZJL
TitleLEE OF PINCHINTHORPE RECORDS
DescriptionPinchinthorpe deeds 14th century-1755; Hutton Rudby deeds and enclosure papers 1626-1686; Stanghow deed 1678; Appleton Wiske lease 1706; Warlaby deeds 1307-1353; Northallerton, Carlton in Stockton, Eston deeds and papers of the Snowdon family 1607-1691; Newton le Willows and Patrick Brompton deeds 13th century-1506; Bedale lease 1699; Egglescliffe deeds and papers 1617-1638; South Dalton deed 1637; Cambridge bond 1525; London deeds and papers 1669-1684; Malton and Butterwick deeds of the Turner and Lee families 1612-1780; Lee family wills, settlements, mortgages 1579-1948; Guisborough Grammar School list of books 1572; Lee family letters and papers 1600-1743; Pinchinthorpe fee farm rent receipts 1635-1738; Pinchinthorpe tithe rent receipts 1662-1700; James Lee residuary accounts 1817; Pinchinthorpe leases 1682-1830; Lee family papers, including Ormesby tithes, timber sales, Bell End pasture enclosure papers, vouchers early 19th century; Lee family and associations notes and transcripts made by J Roger Lee n.d.; Lee family pedigree n.d.; maps and plans n.d.; Hutton Lowcross, Pinchinthorpe, Nunthorpe sale catalogues (the Pease family estates) 1903.
Date14th century-1948
LevelCollection
Catalogue statusCatalogued
Administrative historyThe last member of the Lee family to live at Pinchinthorpe was John who died in 1836. When the family moved from the house his sister gathered what manuscripts she could find and packed them in a small trunk. Some of these documents were calendared by the Yorkshire Archaeological Society (Record Series volumes 39, 111 and 120). Those published in 1909 were described as the property of Mr RH Simpson of Great Ayton, presumably a relation of the sister who had preserved them in 1936.
Some of these were re published in 1955 when they were lent to the society by Roger Lee. The National Register of Archives (NRA) catalogued most of the papers in the 1950s. In 1961 Roger Lee began to deposit the manuscripts in the North Riding record office and after his death his executors deposited the remainder in the North Yorkshire county record office.
Access conditionsOpen
CopiesParts of this collection have been microfilmed [MIC 1822, 1824].
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