|Document Reference||Me 2|
|Title||Papers of the Mellish Family of Hodsock, Nottinghamshire, 1220-19th Century |
|Abstract||correspondence, deeds, estate papers, legal papers, literary papers, antiquarian papers, printed papers |
|Access Conditions||Accessible to all readers.|
|Admin History||These papers form a part of the larger estate archive of the Mellish family. In subject matter and date, they complement groups of papers in the core Mellish archive, separately catalogued as Me. See the collection level record (Me) for details about the Mellish family and their papers.|
|Custodial History||The papers were acquired in 1967.|
|Description||The papers in this accrual relate very closely to the papers in the core collection. There are a significant number of letters to Charles Mellish (1737-1797) concerning political matters, including further letters relating to the American War of Independence. There are also several items relating to the education of Joseph Charles Mellish at Eton, including various verses in Latin.|
Further deeds, estate papers, legal, literary, antiquarian and political papers complement related material in the core collection listed at Me.
|MgtGroup||Family and estate collections|
|Arrangement||The collection is divided into series according to form of material and arranged chronologically within sections|
|Term||Administration of estates - England - Nottinghamshire|
|Mellish - Family - Archives|
|United States - History - Revolution, 1775-1783|
|FindingAids||Copyright in all Finding Aids belongs to the University of Nottingham.
In the Reading Room, King's Meadow Campus: Typescript Catalogue
At the National Register of Archives, The National Archives, Kew: Typescript Catalogue
Catalogue available on the website of Manuscripts and Special Collections, Manuscripts Online Catalogue.
Access to the old typescript catalogue was also made available online during the national Access to Archives (A2A) project in 2000-2004. This catalogue is now available through Discovery, hosted by The National Archives (http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk). The version on our own Manuscripts Online Catalogue will be more up to date.
Family and Estate Resource relating to the Mellish family and their records, published on the Manuscripts and Special Collections website: http://tinyurl.com/zzzl4qs|
|Copyright||Identification of copyright holders of unpublished material is often difficult. |
Permission to make any published use of any material from the collection must be sought in writing from the Keeper of Manuscripts and Special Collections
|ReprodnNote||Reprographic copies can be supplied for educational and private study purposes only, depending on access status and the condition of the documents.|