Small collections of historical documents

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

83/1 Documents found among the papers of John Wesley Horrocks: (i) bill of adventure of Robert Semor, captain of the barque, Hero, of Southampton, to Thomas Stockwell of Southampton, for five muskets for the voyage of the Hero, 5 July 1599 (MS 83/1/1) (ii) letter from John Walker [?] to Lieutenant Joseph at Sir Oliver Lambert's at Thomas Court, asking for money and bonds owed to him by Lambert when Lambert next comes to Dublin; news of the burning of Omaleye [Offaly], 1 October 1601 (MS 83/1/2) (iii) receipt from William Chaundeler of London for 6. 13s. 4d. from Thomas Stockwell of Southampton 'for my Christmas quarteridge', 25 December 1606 (MS 83/1/3) (iv) notes on the patronage of the church of St Mary in Southampton, a rectory presentative, endorsed 'The state of Dr Clutterbucks case concerning the rectory of St Marys near South[amp]ton', late 17th century (MS 83/1/4) 83/2 Documents from the papers of Professor Harry Rothwell: two charters referring to the same piece of land in Wendling, Norfolk (i) grant of Jordan Folyot, knight, to William de Saham, clerk, 8 October 1278 (MS 83/2/1) (ii) grant of William de Saham, clerk, to the Premonstratensian Abbey of Wendling, 2 January 1281/2 (MS 83/2/2)

Administrative / Biographical History

83/1 Documents found among the papers of John Wesley Horrocks (MS 72/6) and possibly originally associated with the Stockwell papers 83/2 Documents from the papers of Professor Harry Rothwell (MS 72/8)

Conditions Governing Access

The Special Collections Division is available for anyone to use, regardless of whether you are attached to an academic institution. Access to the Archives and Manuscripts and Rare Books reading room, however, is by prior appointment to access the manuscript material. See our website for more details.

Separated Material

The Stockwell papers are now in the Southampton City Record Office: The miscellaneous papers of Captain Thomas Stockwell, 1590-1611 ed. J. Rutherford (Southampton Record Society, 32-33; 1932-3) i, p. v.