Date of Creation:
1381 - 1937
|Scope and Content:|
|Extent:||48.24 linear metres (2235 documents).|
|Classification:||FAMILIES AND INDIVIDUALS|
|Site Location:||London Metropolitan Archives|
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|Creator:||Wilson | Maryon- | family | of Charlton, Hampstead and Essex x Maryon-Wilson | family|
|Source of Acquisition:|
|Access Restrictions:||These records are available for public inspection, although records containing personal information may be subject to access restrictions|
This collection is divided into three main groups:
- Out-county Estates: Sussex and Essex Estates (Ref. E/MW),
- Charlton Manor (Ref. E/MW/C),
- Hampstead Manor (Ref. E/MW/H).
|Related Material:||Most of the records relating to the Maryon-Wilson property in Essex formerly kept at the Charlton Estate Office were deposited in the Essex Record Office in 1952. Family papers, including correspondence 1578 - 1780 and papers relating to Sussex elections, have been deposited in the British Library (ref. Add Mss 49605-49608). Many books and manuscripts formerly part of the Library at Charlton House appear to have been dispersed, when the contents of Charlton House were sold in 1920 (see E/MW/C/1818). Selected books and documents were taken by Sotheby's in December 1919. The remainder of the library was included in the sale by Stevens in February 1920. Other records relating to the Searles Estate, Fletching, Sussex, formerly in the custody of May, May and Deacon have been deposited in the East Sussex Record Office.|