Deeds relating to the Littleburn, Holywell and Nafferton estates in the parish of Brancepeth, County Durham, all of which had come into the ownership of the Russell family of Brancepeth Castle, County Durham by the 19th century:
- SGD 54/1-20B:- Deeds chiefly relating to the vill and manor of Littleburn, early 13th century - 1587. In addition there are references to the adjacent manor of Burnhall alias Great Burn (now Burn Hall), also in Brancepeth parish, 1307-1587 (in chronogical order SGD 54/1, 8, 12, 18, 9, 19 and 20B), to Willington, County Durham, 13th century (in chronological order SGD 54/17, 5 and 16) and to properties in Lincolnshire and Yorkshire, 1486 and 1501 (SGD 54/8 and 15).
- SGD 54/21-86:- Chiefly deeds relating to Holywell alias Hallywell, 1623-1817, and Nafferton alias New Nafferton, 1691-1804, but also including some items concerning Littleburn alias Burnhall, 1623-1877. In addition there are odd items referring to other areas, e.g. Benknowle, Bishop Middleham, Brandon, Edmondsley, Elwick, Hart, Hoggs House, Hulam Moor, Iveston alias Ivesly, Lanchester, Layton, Mordon, Quarrell Hill, Sedgefield, Stranton, Waterhouses and Willington, all in County Durham, Nafferton Hall in Ovingham parish, Northumberland, and Eryholme, Newton Hanzard and Stokesley in Yorkshire.
- SGD 54/87:- Miscellanea, 1960s.