[Transcription copyright © Jane Milbourne]
Except one piece of Land of the said Premises containing Six Acres lying in the Field of Felbrig  between the Lands of the Lord of the said Mannor on the East part and the Land of William Pye on the West and abbutting upon the said Lord's Land on the South and upon the Yard parcel of the said last mentioned premises towards the North which said piece of Land my Will and mind is shall be forever hereafter liable and subject to the yearly paiment of Forty shillings in manner following; viz Twenty shillings part thereof to be in hand paid to the Minister of the said Parish to preach Two Sermons yearly for ever in the said parish Church One upon every fourteenth Day of Novr and the other upon every fourteenth Day of May &c.
Richd Locksmith was buried at Felbrig May the 20th 1740 vide the old Tithe-Book with Past board Cover
Timo: Jones Rector
Namely that as much Free-hold-land should be bought in Felbrig as would bring in £3 per annum. And on every Good Friday the Minister preaches He to have Ten shillings out of it. And the other Fifty shillings to cloath an old man & woman that take Alms, to be nominated by the Master of Felbrig; the Minister to buy the Apparel, which is to be of grey Cloth, a Coat & Breeches for the man and a Waist-coat & Petticoat for the woman. and if any money remain, to be laid out in Linnen for them. the Minister and Church-Wardens to be the Trustees.
vide the opposite Page.
Timo: Jones Rector
Hic jacet Simon Felbrigge miles quondam Vexillarius illustrissimi Domini Regis Ricardi Secundi, qui obiit [blank] die [blank] mense, anno Dom: M:CCCC [blank], et Domina Margareta quondam Consors sua [blank] et generoso sanguine Roma, ac olim domicilla nobilissime domine Anna quondam Anglie Regine - obiit 18 die June 1416.
Here lies Simon Felbrigge, knight, formerly standard bearer to the illustrius Lord King Richard the Second, who died on the [blank] day of the [blank] month, in the year of the Lord 1400 [blank], and Lady Margaret formerly his consort [blank] and lady of the family of Rome, and once lady in waiting to the noble Lady Anne formerly Queen of England - died on the 18th day of June 1416.
Michs. 1745. Upon a Survey then made it was found that there were 30 houses in this parish and 124 Souls: about 4 to a house
Burials from 1700 to 1740
Number of Inhabitants at present 124
So that Supposing the Numbers of Inhabitants for the forty year to have been pretty near equal to what it was when the Survey was made, about one in forty die in a year in this parish.
Timo: Jones Rector.
Notice is hereby given that His Majestys Deputy Lieutenant acting in and for the Subdivision of North Erpingham hath appointed to meet at the New Inn Cromer on Friday the 6th day of Novr 1807 at Eleven O'Clock in the forenoon to Ballot 14 Men to be raised for the Militia in the said Subdivision & hath apportioned one Man to be raised for the Parishes of Felbrigge and Roughton and Bessingham.
To the Constables of
Felbrigge who are directed
to attend at the Ballot & to
affix this Notice on the
Church Door on Sunday
the 1st Novr 1807.
Given under my Hand this 30th Octr 1807|
Clerk of Subdn Meeting
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