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Norfolk Churches Trust papers

Records compiled and created by Antoinette de Carle Smith in connexion with her research for the Norfolk Churches Trust.

Papers relating to St Peter Mancroft church

The Eaton family have strong connexions with St Peter Mancroft church. Many members of the family were baptised and/or buried there and Thomas Eaton and his son, Thomas Damant Eaton were both churchwardens.


Contains, inter alia, childhood sketches of animals, boats and mythological figures. Also contains some sketches drawn by George Clayton Eaton while travelling around the United Kingdom, with a sketch of Langenhoe church, Essex, May 1884, rough sketches of views of Chudleigh in Devon; and pencil drawing of Craigmilleu Castle near Edinburgh.

Pencil drawings of the Isle of Wight and North Devon

Most of the drawings are captioned and most likely drawn while George Clayton Eaton was travelling around the Isle of Wight in 1850, and North Devon in 1851. Includes, rocks at St Boniface, Isle of Wight [no. 1]; The Crab Inn, Shanklin, Isle of Wight [no. 2]; 'The Foreland', North Devon [no. 3]; ruined cottages near Lynton, North Devon, 12 July 1851 [no. 4]; Watersmeet, North Devon [no. 5]; Brading parish church, Isle of Wight [no. 6]; St Lawrence church, Isle of Wight [no. 7]; Shanklin church, Isle of Wight [no. 8]; 'The Devil's Cheesewring', Valley of Rocks, North Devon [no. 9]; 'Mouth of the Lyn', North Devon [no. 10]; ruin of a chapel at St Lawrence, Isle of Wight [no. 11]; lime kiln at Hele, North Devon, [no. 12]; Bonchurch, Isle of Wight [no. 13]; Carisbrooke Castle, Isle of Wight [no.14]; 'effect of fog bank', Isle of Wight [no. 15]; cottage at Barbrick, West Lyn, North Devon [no. 16]; the keep of Carisbrooke Castle, Isle of Wight [no. 17]; Culver Cliff, Isle of Wight [no. 18]; waterfall at St Boniface, Isle of Wight [no. 19]; ruin of stone lighthouse at St Catherine's Down, Isle of Wight, inscribed as 'ruin of a chapel' [no. 20]; St Lawrence Well, Isle of Wight [no. 21]; cave at Luccombe, Isle of Wight [no. 22]; The Needles, Isle of Wight, [no. 23]; and 'Rocks and Oak', East Lyn, North Devon, [no. 24].

Leaflet and notes

Leaflet about St Edmund Fishergate church, Norwich, with notes relating to monumental inscriptions of the Fisk family; and note relating to miniatures and portraits of the Fisk family, undated.

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