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Collection Level Description: Cary Family Deeds

Reference: MSS. D.D. Fitt c. 1-4
Title: Cary Family Deeds
Dates of Creation: 1550-1818
Extent: 4 shelfmarks

Language of Material: English and Latin



Administrative/Biographical History

The Cary family had estates in London and Witney, Oxfordshire, and property in various places (see Scope and Content).

Scope and Content

Four boxes of deeds, 1550-1818, relating to the estates of the Cary family in London, Witney (Oxfordshire) and properties in Breconshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Hampshire, Herefordshire, Northamptonshire, Staffordshire, Surrey, Wiltshire and Oxfordshire (Bampton, Ditchley, Ducklington, Langford, Ramsden, Woodstock).

Administrative Information

Immediate Source of Acquisition

The deeds were deposited in the Library in 1955.

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Finding Aids

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Access Points

Cary | family

Bampton (England)

Breconshire (Wales)

Buckinghamshire (England)

Cambridgeshire (England)

Ditchley (England)

Ducklington (England)

Hampshire (England)

Herefordshire (England)

Langford (Oxfordshire, England)

London (England)

Northamptonshire (England)

Oxfordshire (England)

Ramsden (England)

Staffordshire (England)

Surrey (England)

Wiltshire (England)

Witney (England)

Woodstock (England)


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