Popham, 2nd son. Of Littlecote and of Hunstrete. Knt Somerset Archive and Record Service: Popham Family Papers The contents of this catalogue are the copyright of Somerset Archive and Record Service. Rights in the Access to Archives database are the property of the Crown, Ã 2001-2004. To find out more about the archives described below, contact Somerset Archive and Record Service Popham Family Papers Catalogue Ref. DD\PO Creator(s): Popham family of Somerset [from Scope and Content] Popham Family Papers FILE - VARIOUS SOMERSET MANORS deeds - ref. DD\PO/1 - date: 1567-1662 \_ [from Scope and Content] Documents relating to various Somerset manors, etc., absorbed eventually into the Popham estates: \_ [from Scope and Content] Conveyance by Sir John Croke of Chilton (co. Bucks.) bart., to Alexander Popham of Littlecote, esq., of the manor of Cheddar Berkel(e)y, 1662; to which deed is attached a schedule of leases and copies of court roll, 1649-61, granted by Sir John. [Defective]. \_ [from Scope and Content] Final Concord, of Robert Webbe and his wife Elizabeth versus William Rosewell, esq., affecting the manor and advowson of Farmborough, 1584. Six deeds concerning the sale of the manors of Farmborough Grevill and Farmborough Rosewell (By the beginning of the 18th century these manors were becoming known simply as the Manor of Farmborough.), by Thomas Chafin of the Close of Sarum (co. Wilts.), esq., to Alexander Popham of Houndstreet, esq., 1653; [17th century copies]. \_ [from Scope and Content] Enrolment of writs, etc., concerning a Common Recovery of Thomas Hynton, esq., and Nicholas Tippett, gent., versus Francis Popham, knight, affecting the manor of 'Marksburye Hunstert alias Marksbury & Hunstert' (The form Houndstreet occurs most frequently in the documents, and is so printed in the text, except where a variant is quoted, and where the modern form Hunstrete is used in late 19th century documents.), 1620. \_ [from Scope and Content] Final Concord of Francis Popham, esq., versus Thomas Horner and his wife Jane, concerning the manor of 'Andersey alias Nylond' (Throughout the period the forms Nyland (as on the Ordnance Survey map, and printed in the text) and Nylands are used indiscriminately. See also footnote no. DD/PO/8 below on Badcombe.), and the rectory, 1589. FILE - VARIOUS COUNTIES deeds - ref. DD\PO/2 - date: 1668-1807 \_ [from Scope and Content] Eight bundles of deeds and cognate documents [arranged and labelled in the early 19th century] relating to the Popham estates in several counties. \_ [from Scope and Content] Settlement on the marriage of Sir Francis Popham, K.B., a son of Alexander Popham of Littlecote, esq., with Helena, a niece of Henry Rogers of Cannington, esq., affecting the major part of the Berks., Devon, Somerset, and Wilts, estates, 1668. (Two documents). \_ [from Scope and Content] Will of Alexander Popham of Littlecote, esq., containing bequests in general terms, and mentioning his children Sir Francis, Letitia, Anne, Alexander, and George Popham, 1669 (proved P.C.C. 1670).