Held AtGloucestershire Archives
Alt Ref NoD1245
TitleStrickland family of Deerhurst
DescriptionDeeds, chiefly of Deerhurst 1649-1889; estate papers of Apperley Court estate c.1815-1916; accounts and papers of Hildenley and Reighton estates in Yorkshire 1767-1845 and property in Red Lion Square, London 1789-1850; family papers of Strickland family of Boynton (Yorks) 1728-1813 and of Apperley 1813-1880; papers regarding building of Apperley chapel 1855-1856; papers of Dr Edmund Cartwright, inventor, 1788-1852, including patents, notes and correspondence; papers of Freeman family of Fawley (Bucks) 1717-1853, including correspondence, accounts and papers; plan of Gobions estate (Herts) c.1735; view of Phillis Court (Bucks) c.1650; architectural drawings of Fawley and Honington (Warks) 18th cent.
Coombe Hill Canal Company: minutes 1802-1850; deeds 1778-1873; plan, early 19th cent.; tonnage book 1815-1816; register of shareholders 1870-1873; papers regarding sale of canal 1825, 1870-1871
ArrangementRecords of the Cartwright [D1245/CF] and Freeman [D1245/FF] families, related to the Stricklands by marriage, are listed separately after the Strickland records, in which a few Yorkshire deeds and documents are included
Admin HistoryThe Stricklands are an old Yorkshire family, holders of a baronetcy created 1641, the family seat being at Boynton-on-the-Wold. The Apperley Court branch were descended from Henry Eustatius Strickland, 3rd son of the 5th baronet, and heir to his two sisters, who had settled there and built the present house about 1816. A family pedigree is available as part of the printed list, available in Gloucestershire Archives' searchroom; for a more extensive pedigree see D1245/F60
Custodial HistoryDeposited by Mrs H B Van Der Gucht, 1 March 1956 and 17 August 1961
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