Nathaniel Bacon of Stiffkey (1546-1622) was active as a local magistrate, as a deputy lieutenant and as a member of parliament.
His papers, which provide a lively picture of life in north Norfolk in the late 16th and early 17th centuries, have long been recognised as a major source not only for the pre-occupations of a leading member of the Norfolk gentry, but also for the interplay between local and national affairs.
This volume is the fifth in a complete edition of Bacon’s archived at Stiffkey Hall.
Series: Norfolk Record Society
Volume Number: LXXIV
Year of Publication: 2010
Edited By: Barry Taylor, Elizabeth Rutledge, Victor Morgan
- Bacon, Nathaniel, 1547-1622 — Archives;
- Justices of the peace — England — Stiffkey — Correspondence;
- Politicians — England — Stiffkey — Correspondence;
- Local government — Great Britain — History — 16th century;
- Norfolk (England) — History — 16th century;
- Norfolk (England) — History — 17th century;
- Great Britain — History — Elizabeth, 1558-1603;
- Great Britain — Social life and customs — 16th century;
- Norfolk (England) — History — Sources;