Fonds NCR - City of Norwich Records

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NCR

Title

City of Norwich Records

Date(s)

  • nd [c 1158]-1974 (Creation)

Level of description

Fonds

Extent and medium

1075 boxes

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(1404-1974)

Administrative history

County Borough from 1889.

Name of creator

(1974-)

Administrative history

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Scope and content

The records of the pre-1835 unreformed Corporation. Some series were continued after 1835. This archive also includes medieval and early-modern records relating to the Great Hospital charity, previously known as God's House, and before 1547, called St Giles' Hospital.

The following notes are adapted from the introduction to W.H. Hudson and J.C. Tingey 'Revised Catalogue of the Records of the City of Norwich, as arranged in the Muniment Room, in the Castle Museum' (1898) section V - Successive Changes in the constitution of the City Government:

A short summary of these is added for the better understanding of the documents.

1 A copy of the account of Norwich in the Conqueror's 'Domesday Book' is in Case 8a. Neither it, nor the Charter of Henry II contains any direct reference to methods of government. The burgh was part of the ancient Demesne of the Crown, and would no doubt be governed by a Reeve (Prepositus, Provost) appointed by the King, and subordinate to the Earl or Sheriff or Constable of the King's Castle. There are no other documents of this period.

2 In 1194, by the Charter of King Richard I, the citizens obtained a grant of the city at a fee-farm (or fixed rent) of £108. They gained the right of choosing their own Reeve and retaining the tolls, rents, fees, fines of court, and other profits of city business. It is probable that at this time the four well-known geographical divisions of the City were organised as four administrative districts called the, 'four Leets of Conesford, Mancroft, Wymer, and Ultra Aquam' (Over-the-Water). This period lasted till 1223, but no contemporary records are preserved, except King Richard's Charter.

3 In 1223, instead of one Reeve, the executive headship of the City was vested in four Bailiffs who were elected by the Freemen of the four Leets, one for each Leet. They conjointly (a) presided over the Leet Courts, or Courts for the presentment of petty offences and their punishment by amercement under the Frank Pledge or Tithing system (Leet Rolls, NCR 5); (b) presided in the City Court to receive recognizances (Enrolments and Deeds, NCR 1 to 4); or hear Pleas (NCR 8); (c) presided over the City Assembly; and (d) they were responsible to the King for all moneys due to him (Estreat Rolls, Pipe Rolls, NCR 7). The receipts and expenditure of the Commonalty were in the hands of two Chamberlains (Account Rolls, NCR 7 and books, NCR 18). The Government of the City during this period, which lasted till 1404, may best be described as communal. It rested entirely on the resolutions of the Assembly, at whose deliberations (in theory) every admitted citizen (not every inhabitant) had a right to attend and take part. It admitted 'foreigners' to the 'freedom,' appointed committees to assess rates or taxes, and carry out all public business, and appointed 'burgesses' to attend Parliament. For public convenience, a custom arose in the 14th century of electing annually '24 citizens' who were specially bound to attend assemblies, but not to the exclusion of other citizens. In 1378, they were officially recognised as a 'Council' of the Bailiffs.

4 In 1404, by a Charter of King Henry IV, the form of government was again altered, the City was established as a County in its own right, and in place of the four Bailiffs were instituted a Mayor and two Sheriffs, the 24 citizens becoming the 'Mayor's Council.' A consequent period of unsettlement resulted soon afterwards in the institution of a representative Common Council of 60 citizens annually elected to attend assemblies (to the exclusion of all others.) At the same time the '24 citizens' became the '24 Aldermen' elected for life. Furthermore, the Aldermen became Justices of the Peace, or Borough Magistrates. These various changes were really the result of underlying influences and conflicting interests, which were at work almost from the middle of the 14th to the middle of the 15th century, and were not finally completed till the Charter of King Henry VI in 1452. From that time the form of Government continued to be by a representative Council, and under the control of a permanent magistracy, until 1835.

The records of this long period are to be found throughout the whole collection. As the various modes of procedure became so much more assimilated to modern practice, it is unnecessary to draw special attention to any of them. It may be observed that, because of the early establishment in Norwich of a strong central authority to which everything else was subordinate, there was no Gild Merchant and there are few records of the proceedings of Trade Gilds. The Gild of St George may be called at first a religious, and afterwards a social, department of the City government.

By an Act of 5 & 6 William IV [1835-6], entitled, 'An Act to provide for the regulation of Municipal Corporations in England and Wales', the title of the corporate body of Norwich was changed from, 'The Mayor, Sheriffs, Citizens and Commonalty of Norwich' to that of, 'The Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Norwich'.

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System of arrangement

Currently, still based on W.H. Hudson and J.C. Tingey 'Revised Catalogue of the Records of the City of Norwich, as arranged in the Muniment Room, in the Castle Museum' (1898), also known as the 'Norwich Muniment Room Handlist' and the 'Norwich City Handlist'. Inclusion in the Handlist does not necessarily mean that the records were eventually deposited with the Norfolk Record Office or that the records were subsequently catalogued as part of the City of Norwich archives.

The current NCR groupings bear only superficial resemblance to archival order. The numbers of the previous references to 'Cases' did not indicate any relative importance nor do they imply any attempt to structure a relationship between the various record series in the NCR. In fact, records relating to specific institutions, departments and officers are, in many instances, spread around the groups, apparently at random. A typical example of this dispersal of records across the 'Case' groupings are the records relating to the Great Hospital, title deeds for which are found in both NCR 4 and NCR 25, with foundation, administrative and other estate records from the Hospital listed under NCR 24.
However, this has been the situation since at least Goddard Johnson's time in the 1840s, and probably reflects the poor organisation and storage of the city's historical records in the century or so before the Corporation's reform in 1835. At best, it appears to have been the result of an attempt to group similar sorts of record, or even, similar sizes or shapes of record into convenient physical storage areas. Interestingly, Goddard Johnson's 'Repertory...', undertaken under the auspices of the City's Record Committee in 1845-7, refers to closets and closet numbers rather than to Cases, and later pencilled annotations indicate the various Case numbers subsequently applied, but not in the same order, to records within those closets.

This Case structure, although hallowed now by long usage, and long published in Hudson and Tingey's revised Catalogue, has nevertheless, been modified by archivists at the NRO over the course of the past 30 years. Rationalisation of certain Case numbers and references has involved the simplification of several such references and the dropping of many sub-references where the nature of the records described didn't warrant any change in the reference. This process has been continued in the present re-cataloguing, to the extent that the word 'Case' has in all instances, been dropped from the references. For example, the city chamberlain/treasurer's account rolls, having been previously described in seven grouped entries under references, NCR Case 7a-g, are now individually described under the simpler reference, NCR 7a. (The rentals, taxation records and the escheat and sheriffs' estreat records currently retain their NCR 7h-m sub-references.)

NCR Groups (2017):

NCR 1 City Court rolls and registers of acknowledged and enrolled charters, wills and other instruments, 1285-1846 (70 boxes)
NCR 2 Reference superseded: see NCR 1
NCR 3 Common Clerk's finding aids to the City Court and leet rolls, 1663-c 1915 (6 boxes)
NCR 4 City title deeds, inherited and deposited wills, and other town-clerk's papers, 1240-1912 (54 boxes)
NCR 5 City ward and minor criminal jurisdiction, including Leet Court rolls of presentments and arrays, Sheriff's Tourns rolls and ward constables' presentments to the City court of Quarter Sessions, 1287-c 1800 (14 boxes)

NCR 6 Coroners' inquests, quarter sessions records and records relating to the 1766 and 1797 riots in Norwich, 1482-1835 (18 boxes)
NCR 7 City treasurers' and bailiffs expenses accounts, and records of external financial obligations (escheats, estreats and national tax assessments), 1274-1838 (25 boxes)

NCR 8 Records relating to the early city courts, the civic Guild of St George and administration, 1262-1854 (24 boxes)
NCR 9 Records of the City's causes and litigation between it and the Priory of Norwich and other parties, 1306-1908 (17 boxes)
NCR 10 Documents relating to the regulation of trade and merchandise, 1286-1910 (16 boxes)
NCR 11 Norwich Quarter Sessions files, 1512-1844 (78 boxes)
NCR 12 Mayor's Court and Quarter Sessions: Interrogations and depositions, recognizances, calendars of prisoners, and other sessions papers, 15th century-1842 (20 boxes)

NCR 13 Quarter Sessions deposited and enrolled records: Militia and muster rolls, oaths of allegiance, sacrament certificates, papists' returns, assessment and tax records, 1511-1844 (21 boxes)

NCR 14 Commissions of Sewers for the City and County of Norwich, with records relating to the Yarmouth Haven and Piers Act, and also a collection of alehouse recognizances, 1552-1835 (13 boxes)

NCR 15 Quarter Sessions records relating to the poor, settlement and vagrancy, debt and taxes, 1424-1867 (17 boxes)
NCR 16 Records of City governance and administration after the establishment of a representative Assembly consisting of a Mayor, Sheriffs, Aldermen, and Common Council, 1424-c 1837 (58 boxes)

NCR 17 Reference copies of city charters, registers of precedents/evidence, St George's Company membership and early minutes, freemen's admissions, apprenticeship indenture enrolments and the regulation of Dutch and Flemish Aliens and the weaving trades,
c 1308-1952 (53 boxes)

NCR 18 City chamberlains' account books, landgable rent rolls, and clavors' accounts, 1384-1835 (43 boxes)
NCR 19 Assembly committee minutes and accounts, 1556-1855 (34 boxes)
NCR 20 Quarter sessions books and waste (draft) sessions books, maintenance of the poor, Great Hospital lease books and rentals, charitable donations, and also Norfolk County quarter sessions 'Search Books and Informations Books', 1509-1894 (60 boxes)

NCR 21 City chamberlains' vouchers, weekly register bills, deposited rules of friendly societies, and also John Kirkpatrick's collection of manuscript notes, 1618-1839 (46 boxes)

NCR 22 Records relating to City improvements and estates, 1490-1901 (59 boxes)
NCR 23 Land and Window Tax assessments, and deposited plans and schedules relating to proposed railway schemes, 1665-1845 (38 boxes)

NCR 24 The Great Hospital, alias the Hospital of St Giles, alias God's House or the House of the poor people in Holmestreet in the city of Norwich, foundation, endowment, administrative, accounting and estate records, nd [c 1249]-1838 (56 boxes)

NCR 25 Documents relating to the country estates of God's House (aka St Giles' Hospital and later, the Great Hospital) and of other city hospitals and charities, nd [mid 13th century]-1944 (45 boxes)

NCR 26 City's collection of royal charters and letters patent, and also 18th-20th century title deeds to city estates, nd [c 1158]-1974 (43 boxes)

NCR 27 Norwich School of Art and Carrow Bridge Parliamentary Commission, 1809-1901 (5 boxes)
NCR 28 Guildhall Court of Record, 1760-1971 (36 boxes)
NCR 29 Antiquarians and archivists' memoranda and draft finding aids relating to Norwich City Records, 19th-20th centuries (13 boxes)

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Index:

Accounts see also Chamberlains'
Accounts: Bailiffs', 1342-1398 NCR 7a
Accounts: Bawburgh cum Bowthorpe: Churchwardens', 1680-1685 NCR 12g
Accounts: Bawburgh cum Bowthorpe: Overseers', 1680-1725 NCR 12g
Accounts: Boys' Hospital: account books, 1620/1-1668,1712-1727 NCR 25f
Accounts: Boys' Hospital: small accounts, 1817-1818 NCR 25e
Accounts: Bridewell, 1571-1580, in Books of Poor NCR 20c
Accounts: Bridewell, 1585-1751 NCR 19c
Accounts: Carrow Bridge Committee, 1812-1889 NCR 27b
Accounts: Chief Constable's vouchers, 1756-1758, 1796-1799 NCR 21b
Accounts: City Charity Trustees account books, 1816-1835 NCR 19a
Accounts: Clavors', 1550-1733 NCR 18d
Accounts: diverse citizens', 1381-1384 NCR 7a
Accounts: Duke's Palace Bridge shareholders' records, 1820-1855 NCR 19d
Accounts: Eastern Association,1640s NCR 7k
Accounts: Foreign Receiver's account roll and books, 1548-1717 NCR 17c
Accounts: fortifying Norwich, 1640s NCR 7k
Accounts: Girls' Hospital: account book, 1652/3-1722 NCR 25f
Accounts: Girls' Hospital:small accounts, 1790-1801 NCR 25f
Accounts: Great Hospital, 1306-1685 NCR 24a
Accounts: Great Hospital: manorial account rolls, etc., c 1300-1829 NCR 24c
Accounts: Market Committee accounts, 1721-1728, 1813-1835 NCR 19b
Accounts: miscellaneous, 1616-1679 NCR 18d
Accounts: Peter Flynt's, 1293-1306 NCR 7a
Accounts: Pulham St Mary Magdalen: extracts from town's, 1558-1620 NCR 12g
Accounts: River and Street Committee accounts, 1556-1618, 1635-1727 NCR 19b
Accounts: Sessions of Sewers minute and account book, 1615-1768 NCR 19b
Accounts: Swordbearer's, 1720-1727 NCR 18d
Accounts: Swordbearer's, 1796 NCR 21b
Accounts: Tonnage Committee journals and ledger, 1786-1836 (with gaps) NCR 19c
Accounts: Tonnage Committee vouchers, 1835 NCR 21b
Accounts: Treasurers', 1375-1436 NCR 7a
Accounts: various, NCR 19a-d
Accounts: Yarmouth Haven and Pier, 1710-1857 NCR 19d
Acle: repair of House of Correction, 1663 NCR 22a
Alehousekeepers: innkeepers and tipplers book, 1587-1597 NCR 17d
Alehousekeepers: recognizances, 1596-1604, 1760-1807 NCR 14e
Aliens see strangers
Ammunition rate returns, 1713-1719 NCR 13b/9-14
Annuities, bonds and contracts, 1670-1823 NCR 10g
Annuities: memorials of grants, 1773-1832 NCR 22f
Antiquarian notes: Goddard Johnson, c 1845-1847 NCR 12g
Antiquarian notes: John Kirkpatrick, early 18th century NCR 21f
Antiquarian notes: various, 19th-20th centuries NCR 29
Appeals to poor rate books, 1724-1834 NCR 20c
Appeals to poor rate, 1713-1719 NCR 15b
Apprenticeship: indentures (including some paupers), 1515-1734 NCR 10a
Apprenticeship: indentures (strays), 1759, 1826-1838, 1867 NCR 15g
Apprenticeship: indentures, 1510-1541, entered in City Court roll NCR 1/22
Apprenticeship: indentures, 1541-1547, entered in Chamberlains' accounts NCR 18a
Apprenticeship: indentures, 1625-1749, entered in Assembly book NCR 16d
Apprenticeship: petitions, 1839-1847 NCR 15g
Apprenticeship: registers, 1548-1581, 1583-1625 NCR 17d
Archivists' papers, 19th-20th centuries NCR 29
Arms: views of, 1315-1370 NCR 5c
Art and design see School of Art and Design
Assembly folio books of proceedings, 1434-1587, 1613-1835 NCR 16d
Assembly minute books, 1492-1613, 1624-1631, 1665-1766, 1776-1834 NCR 16c
Assembly notices of meetings and agendas, 1760-1834 NCR 8i
Assembly rolls, 1365-1426, 1512 NCR 8d
Assessment for forces of Sir T. Fairfax, 1645 NCR 7k
Assize of Bread book, 1552-1627 NCR 10c
Assize: landgable rents and rents of assize accounts, 1541-1626, 1747-1768, 1793 NCR 18d
Associated Counties [Eastern Association], 1640s NCR 7k
Asylum see lunatic asylum
Aulnage accounts, 1580-1610 NCR 17d

Bailiffs' account rolls, 1342-1398 NCR 7a
Bailiffs' Court, 1330-1350 NCR 8a/6-9
Bassingham see Gresham
Bastardy orders NCR 15b
Bawburgh cum Bowthorpe: Churchwardens' accounts, 1680-1685 NCR 12g
Bawburgh cum Bowthorpe: Overseers' accounts, 1680-1725 NCR 12g
Bayes see cloth manufacture NCR 10b
Bayfield Collection NCR 4g
Beacons, 1668 NCR 13a/47
Benevolences and briefs, 1567, 1573, 1633, 1689 NCR 15g
Births: weekly register bills , 1683, 1750-1751, 1822-1839 NCR 21d
Blackfriars' buildings: acquisition by City, 1538-1540 NCR 8k
Bonds, contracts and annuities, 1670-1823 NCR 10g
Book of Customs, compiled 14th-16th centuries NCR 17b
Book of Pleas (Liber Placitorum), initially compiled c 1454 NCR 17b
Books of evidences and memoranda (City Domesday Book, Liber Albus, etc.) NCR 17b
Books: printed, for use of Town Clerk and Council NCR 17e
Bowthorpe see Bawburgh
Boys' Hospital: account books, 1620/1-1668, 1712-1727 NCR 25f
Boys' Hospital: accounts, small, 1817-1818 NCR 25e
Boys' Hospital: foundation charter, 1628 NCR 25e
Boys' Hospital: rental of estates of the several hospitals, 1795 NCR 20d
Boys' Hospital: title deeds, 1575-1803 NCR 25e
Bread: Assize of Bread book, 1552-1627 NCR 10c
Brewers' Company: receipts for admission, 1724-1736 NCR 5m
Bridewell: accounts, 1571-1580, in Books of Poor NCR 20c
Bridewell: account books, 1585-1751 NCR 19c
Bridewell: calendar of prisoners, 1706 NCR 5m
Bridewell: Committee minute book, 1793-1820 NCR 19c
Bridewell: papers regarding, 1752 NCR 12d
Bridges see also Carrow Bridge NCR 27b
Bridges see also Duke's Palace Bridge
Bridges: City: repairs, 1621-1700 (with gaps), 1785-1844 (with gaps) NCR 22a
Bridges: County: repairs, 1659-1667 NCR 22a
Briefs and benevolences, 1567, 1573, 1633, 1689 NCR 15g
Briefs: Gresham and Bassingham book of briefs, 1701-1732 NCR 12g
Buildings: John Soane, 'Plans and Elevations of Buildings in the Counties of Norfolk, Suffolk…etc.' (London 1788) NCR 17e
Buller, Richard: charity book, 1637-1670 NCR 20f/12
Burials in woollen returns, 1683 NCR 10h
By-laws and orders for provisions, 1552-1797 NCR 10c
By-laws: streets cleansing NCR 10e
By-laws: trade, 1683-1719 NCR 17d

Carrow Bridge: Committee minute books, accounts, etc., 1809-1894 NCR 27b
Cartulary: Great Hospital NCR 24b
Cathedral, Norwich: litigation with City, 1273-1840 NCR 9a-n
Cattle Market Improvement Scheme: deeds to properties purchased, 1861-1863 NCR 22b
Census of poor, 1570 NCR 20c
Chamberlains' account book, 1448-1458 NCR 17d
Chamberlains' account books, 1384-1448, 1470-1490, 1493-1498, 1531-1567, 1580-1700 NCR 18a
Chamberlains' account rolls, 1411-1413, 1457-1464, 1489-1524 NCR 7a-g
Chamberlains' annual account books, 1700-1835 (a few gaps) NCR 18b
Chamberlains' Council minute books, 1727-1835 NCR 19a
Chamberlains' general account books, 1793-1828 NCR 19a
Chamberlains' ledgers, 1801-1827 NCR 19a
Chamberlains' small account books, 1793-1826 NCR 19a
Chamberlains' vouchers for small accounts, 1801-1835 NCR 21c
Chamberlains' vouchers, 1618-1623 NCR 21b
Chamberlains' vouchers, 1670-1790 (many gaps), 1801-1834 NCR 21a
Charities see also Chamberlains' vouchers for small accounts
Charities: books of accounts and copies of founders' wills, 1547-1721 NCR 20f/1-14
Charities: books of founders' wills, 1549-1791 NCR 20f/16-17
Charities: City Charity Trustees account books, 1816-1835 NCR 19a
Charities: Commissioners for Charitable Uses minute book, 1654-1663 NCR 20f/15
Charities: documents copied into City lease books A-D (1537/38-1828) NCR 22g
Charities: Gresham and Bassingham book of briefs, 1707-1732 NCR 12g
Charities: registers of loans to tradespeople, 1721-1825 NCR 20f/18-19
Charities: various: deeds, etc. NCR 25g-i
Charnel House (Cathedral Close): grants to Free School, 1548-1621 NCR 25a
Charters see also letters patent
Charters: royal, c 1158-1974 NCR 26a
Charters: royal: copies in Book of Pleas NCR 17b
Charters: royal: copies in Liber Albus NCR 17b
Charters: royal: copies of NCR 17a
Chief Constable's vouchers, 1756-1758, 1796-1799 NCR 21b
Children's Hospital see Boys' Hospital
Cholera, 1831 NCR 10f
City [i.e., Estates] Committee minute books, 1716-1835 NCR 19e
City Court rolls, 1285-1876 NCR 1
City Court rolls: finding aids NCR 3e
City lease books, 1537-1828 NCR 22g
City Revenues and Letters Book (Liber Ruber Civitatis), 1562-1673 NCR 17b
Civil War documents, 1642-1651 NCR 7k
Clavors' account books, 1550-1733, and papers, 1578-1695 NCR 18d
Cloth manufacture: bayes, 1576 NCR 10b
Cloth manufacture: Dutch and Walloon, 1492-1686 NCR 17d
Coal: Committee minutes, 1726-1834 NCR 19c
Coal: sale of NCR 10c
Coastline: Great Yarmouth to Cromer: Sessions minutes, 1604-1609 NCR 14c
Cock, Francis: charity book, 1635-1677 NCR 20f/11
Collections for maimed soldiers and Marshalsea, 1615-1748 NCR 20c
Committee minute books NCR 19a-d
Committee report on Workhouse, 1712 NCR 5m
Common Pleas: Court of, 1307-1315 NCR 8a/5
Constables: charges for conveying soldiers, sailors and their families, 1756-1761 NCR 15c
Constables: Chief Constable's vouchers, 1756-1758, 1796-1799 NCR 21b
Constables: lists, 1686-1787 NCR 6h/13-14
Constables: Special, 1803 NCR 6h/16
Contracts, bonds and annuities, 1670-1823 NCR 10g
Conventicles: Bishop's returns of, 1816, 1822-1824 NCR 13e
Corn: sale of, 1552-1797 NCR 10c
Coroners: inquests, 1268-1285 NCR 8a/2
Coroners: inquests, 1669-1835 NCR 6a
Coroners: presentments to, 1263-1267 NCR 8a/1
Courts see Bailiffs', City, Common Pleas, Guardians of Poor, Mayor's
Craft regulations: copies in Liber Albus NCR 17b
Crown's dues: rolls relating to, 1274-1838 (many gaps) NCR 7l-m
Customs: Book of, compiled 14th-16th centuries NCR 17b

Dean and Chapter of Norwich Cathedral see Cathedral, Norwich
Deaths: weekly register bills , 1683, 1750-1751, 1822-1839 NCR 21d
Debtors see also Marshalsea NCR 20c
Debtors: papers, 1614-1781 NCR 15c-f
Debtors: discharge of insolvent debtors minute book, 1720-1781 NCR 20a/35
Deeds see also lease books, leases
Deeds: Boys' Hospital, 1575-1803 NCR 25e
Deeds: charities: various NCR 25g-i
Deeds: copies of, in City Domesday Book, compiled 1396 NCR 17b
Deeds: Corporation estates NCR 26d-e
Deeds: enrolled in City Court rolls, 1285-1876 NCR 1
Deeds: enrolled: summary lists, 1663-1686 NCR 3d
Deeds: Free School: grants of Charnel House, 1548-1621 NCR 25d
Deeds: Girls' Hospital NCR 25f
Deeds: Great Hospital cartulary NCR 24b
Deeds: Great Hospital, 1465-1819 NCR 25a
Deeds: Great Hospital, c 1250-1838 NCR 24b
Deeds: miscellaneous NCR 26b
Deeds: New Mills and Waterworks, 1490-1732, 1786-1803 NCR 22a
Deeds: private, mostly medieval NCR 4a
Deeds: properties purchased under Improvement Schemes, 1861-1863 NCR 22b
Deeds: School Board property, Duke St, 1677-1840 NCR 4h
Ditches: ward presentments regarding state of, c 1690-c.1800 NCR 5e-l
Diverse citizens' account roll, 1381-1384 NCR 7a
Docket books and other finding aids to City Court rolls NCR 3e
Domesday Book (City), compiled 1396 NCR 17b
Doughty, Thomas: charity book, 1639-1688 NCR 20f/12
Doughty, William: charity book, 1687-1707 NCR 20f/14
Doughty's Hospital: rental of estates of the several hospitals, 1795 NCR 20d
Drama see plays
Dues to Crown: rolls relating to, 1274-1838 (many gaps) NCR 7l-m
Duke St: School Board property: deeds, 1677-1840 NCR 4h
Duke's Palace Bridge: Commissioners' minutes, 1820-1833 NCR 19c
Duke's Palace Bridge: Committee minutes, 1819-1820 NCR 19c
Duke's Palace Bridge: shareholders' records, 1820-1855 NCR 19c
Dutch see also strangers
Dutch: books relating to Dutch and Walloon Strangers, 1492-1686 NCR 17d
Dutch: congregation numbers, 1613, 1624, 1634 NCR 10h
Dutch: in musters lists, 1595-1628 NCR 13a-b
Dutch: licences to Dutch Congregation in City lease books B, C (1665/66-1793) NCR 22g

Eastern Association, 1640s NCR 7k
Elections: of officers NCR 8h
Elmham, North: swan upping accounts for manor, 1667-1672 NCR 26b/26
Enrolled deeds, 1285-1876 NCR 1
Enrolled deeds: summary lists, 1663-1686 NCR 3d
Enrolled wills NCR 1
Erpingham, Sir Thomas: ordinances arbitrated by, 1415 NCR 8c
Estates Committee see City Committee
Estreat rolls, 1274-1838 (many gaps) NCR 7l-m

Fairfax, Sir Thomas: assessment for forces of, 1645 NCR 7k
Fairs see markets
Fawcett, Henry: charity books, 1635-1718 NCR 20f/9-10
Fees, dues and duties: leases, 1836-1867 NCR 22d
Flood, 1912 NCR 4g
Flynt, Peter, account roll of, 1293-1306 NCR 7a
Foreign Receiver's account roll and books, 1548-1717 NCR 17c
Fortifying Great Yarmouth: tax for, 1588 NCR 7k
Fortifying Norwich: accounts for, 1640s NCR 7k
Franchise: Parliamentary: memorials of grants of annuities, 1773-1832 NCR 22f
Free School: Archbishop Parker's Scholarship nominations NCR 25d
Free School: grants of Charnel House, 1548-1621 NCR 25d
Freemasons' rules, 1818-1825 NCR 21e
Freemen see also Chamberlains' Council
Freemen see also Town Close NCR 17b
Freemen: admission book, 1841-1853 NCR 17c
Freemen: admission fees registers, 1709-1837 NCR 17c
Freemen: Foreign Receiver's account roll and books, 1548-1717 NCR 17c
Freemen: petitions, 1839-1847 NCR 15g
Freemen: roll, 1837-1981 (microfiche copy only) NCR 17c
Freemen: rolls, 1317-1837 NCR 17c
Freemen: status of, 1516-1795 NCR 10d
French: licence to French Congregation in City lease book B (1665/66-1723/24) NCR 22g
Friendly society rules, 1818-1825 NCR 21e

Game Certificate Duties Act, 1784, copy of NCR 11g
Gamekeeper: appointments of, in City lease books B, C (1665/66-1793) NCR 22g
Gaol see prison
Gates: demolition of, 1792 NCR 10f
Gild see guild
Girls' Hospital: account book, 1652/3-1722 NCR 25f
Girls' Hospital: accounts, small, 1790-1801 NCR 25f
Girls' Hospital: rental of estates of the several hospitals, 1795 NCR 20d
Girls' Hospital: title deeds NCR 25f
Government of City, 1305-1753 NCR 8c
Grand Jury presentments, 1692-1835 NCR 12c
Great Hospital: account rolls, 1306-1685 NCR 24a
Great Hospital: assignments and surrenders of leases, 1700-1799 NCR 22c
Great Hospital: foundation charter, c.1250, and other charters, 1256-1838 NCR 24b
Great Hospital: lease books, 1530-1845 NCR 20d
Great Hospital: leases, 1533-1808 NCR 22e
Great Hospital: leases, 1847 NCR 22d
Great Hospital: Liber Domus Dei [cartulary] NCR 24b
Great Hospital: manorial records, c 1300-1829 NCR 24c
Great Hospital: property title deeds, 1465-1819 NCR 25a
Great Hospital: rental and account book, 1726-1727 NCR 20d
Great Hospital: rental of estates of the several hospitals, 1795 NCR 20d
Great Yarmouth see Yarmouth, Great
Gresham and Bassingham: book of briefs, 1707-1732 NCR 12g
Grocers: Norwich Grocers' Play, medieval NCR 21f/68
Guardians of Poor: leases of Infirmary and Asylum site, 1725-1901 NCR 22f
Guardians of the Poor: court books, 1712-1714/5, 1723-1804, 1813-1833 NCR 20e
Guild: St George's, 1421-1718 NCR 8e-g
Guild: St George's, 1441-1731 NCR 17b
Guildhall Court records NCR 28
Guildhall Court, 1556-1794 NCR 8b

Haven and Pier see Yarmouth Haven and Pier
Head, Richard: charity book, 1569-1673 NCR 20f/8
Hearth tax: papers regarding, 1666-1696 NCR 7k
Hearth tax: returns, 1671 NCR 13a/48
Heigham, North: road works agreement, etc., 1888-1889 NCR 22f
Highways: by-laws regarding cleansing, prosecutions, etc., 1649- 1809 NCR 10e
Highways: River and Street Committee accounts, 1556-1618, 1635-1727 NCR 19b
Highways: River and Street Committee minutes, 1724-1835 NCR 19b
Highways: road orders for stopping up lane and footpaths, 1835, 1857 NCR 10e
Highways: road works in North Heigham: agreement, etc., 1888-1889 NCR 22f
Highways: Sessions minute books, 1693/4-1837 NCR 19b
Highways: ward presentments regarding state of streets, c 1690-c 1800 NCR 5e-l
Hospitals see also Boys', Doughty's, Girls', Great
Hospitals see also Chamberlains' vouchers for small accounts
Hospitals see also Workhouse Infirmary
Hospitals: rental of estates of the several hospitals, 1795 NCR 20d

Improvement Schemes: deeds to properties purchased, 1861-1863 NCR 22b
Improvements and repairs, 1527-1839 NCR 10f
Income tax : appointments of collectors, 1799 NCR 15f
Infirmary: Workhouse: leases of Infirmary and Asylum site, 1725-1901 NCR 22f
Infirmary: Workhouse: specifications for building, 1827-1828 NCR 22f
Innkeepers see alehousekeepers
Itinerant justices see justices in eyre

Johnson, Goddard: antiquarian notes, 1830s-1840s, and collection of manuscripts NCR 12g
Johnson, Goddard: Repertory of Muniments, 1845-1847 NCR 22f
Jones, Richard: play, 'The Green Man', 1818 NCR 26b/42
Jurors, 1766 NCR 6h/15
Justices in eyre/itinerant justices, 1250 (orig.), 1285-1286 NCR 8a/3-4
Justices in eyre/justices itinerant: copies of pleas before: in Book of Pleas NCR 17b
Justices of Peace: presentments to, 1440-1441 NCR 8a/10

Kirkpatrick, John: antiquarian notes, early 18th century NCR 21f

Land tax assessments, 1712-1832 NCR 23a
Landgable rents and rents of assize accounts, 1541-1626, 1747-1768, 1793 NCR 18d
Lease books: City, 1537-1835 NCR 22g
Lease books: Great Hospital, 1530-1845 NCR 20d
Leases: Corporation property, 1847 NCR 22d
Leases: Corporation property: assignments, 1759-1835, and drafts, 1677-1835 NCR 22c
Leases: fees, dues and duties (including markets and fairs), 1836-1867 NCR 22d
Leases: Great Hospital property, 1533-1808 NCR 22e
Leases: Great Hospital property, 1847 NCR 22d
Leases: Great Hospital property: assignments and surrenders, 1700-1799 NCR 22c
Leases: Infirmary and Asylum site to Guardians of Poor, 1725-1901 NCR 22f
Leet rolls, 1287-1391 (with gaps), 1552, 1554 NCR 5b-c
Letters patent: royal, 1306-1756 NCR 26f
Leuwaulle, Guy de, 1576 NCR 10b
Liber Albus (White Book), initially compiled 1426 NCR 17b
Liber Domus Dei (Book of God's House, Great Hospital cartulary) NCR 24b
Liber Placitorum (Book of Pleas), initially compiled c 1454 NCR 17b
Liber Ruber Civitatis (Red Book of the City, being an account of the City Revenues with some later copy letters), 1562-1673 NCR 17b
Licences see Dutch
Licences see French
Licences see provisions
Licences see wine
Lieutenancy orders book, 1662-1704 NCR 13b/7
Lindsey, Matthew: charity book, 1655-1727 NCR 20f/13
Litigation between City and Abbot of St Benet's regarding New Mills, c.1482 NCR 17b
Litigation between City and Norwich Cathedral, 1273-1840 NCR 9a-n
Litigation between City and various parties, 1273-1840 NCR 9a-n
Loddon: extracts from town book, 1554-1677 NCR 12g
Lowestoft: Norwich and Lowestoft Navigation Committee minutes, 1818-1827 NCR 19c
Lubeck, Germany: case of John Pareys, 1516 NCR 10d
Lunatic Asylum: leases of Workhouse Infirmary and Asylum site, 1725-1901 NCR 22f

Maps and plans NCR 16e
Market: documents in City Domesday Book NCR 17b
Markets and fairs: leases of fees, dues and duties, 1836-1867 NCR 22d
Markets: Market Committee accounts, 1721-1728, 1813-1835 NCR 19b
Markets: Market Committee minutes, 1721-1728 NCR 19b
Marshalsea: collections for maimed soldiers and Marshalsea, 1615-1748 NCR 20c
Mayor's Book (list of Bailiffs, Mayors and Sheriffs), 1526 NCR 17b
Mayor's Book of the Poor, 1571-1579 NCR 20c
Mayor's Court books, 1424-1449, 1510-1532, 1534-1646, 1666-1758, 1767-1835 NCR 16a
Merchandise and trade, 1286, 1449-1799 NCR 10b
Militia and military records, 1511-1734, 1789, 1795 NCR 13a-b
Militia: views of arms, 1315-1370 NCR 5c
Miscellaneous Accomptes and Tax Commissioners' minute book, 1616-1679 NCR 18d
Miscellaneous, including Bayfield Collection of wills, 1617-1857 NCR 4g
Miscellaneous, including Company of Brewers admission receipts, 1724-1736 NCR 5m
Miscellaneous, including deeds, wills, play 'The Green Man', etc. NCR 26b
Miscellaneous, including numbers of Dutch Congregation, 1613, 1624, 1634 NCR 10h
Miscellaneous, including petition for Blackfriars' buildings, 1538 NCR 8k
Miscellaneous: six court cases, c 1310-1522 NCR 8a/11-16
Mortgages of tonnage dues in City lease book C (1717-1793) NCR 22g
Musters see militia

Navigation: Norwich and Lowestoft Navigation Committee minutes, 1818-1827 NCR 19c
New Mills and Waterworks accounts, agreements, etc., 1490-1732, 1786-1803 NCR 22a
New Mills: litigation between City and Abbot of St Benet's, c 1482 NCR 17b
Newcastle: subscription for regaining, 1643 NCR 7k

Oaths of allegiance, etc., 1591, 1644-1844 NCR 13c-f
Officers of City: elections, court cases, 1580, 1707-1829 NCR 8h
Officers of City: list of in Mayor's Book, 1526 NCR 17b
Officers of City: lists of officers serving during years 980-1630 NCR 8c
Old Free Book,1317-1549 NCR 17b
Ordinances arbitrated by Sir Thomas Erpingham, 1415 NCR 8c
Overseers' accounts (listing ratepayers and recipients of relief), 1633-1680 NCR 20c
Overseers' accounts (listing ratepayers and recipients of relief), 1677-1718 NCR 15b

Papists' returns, 1690-1791 NCR 13e
Pareys, John, 1516 NCR 10d
Parker, Archbishop: scholarship nominations NCR 25d
Pauper see poor
Pendleton Elizabeth: charity book, 1677-1726 NCR 20f/14
Pesthouses: St Augustine's Gates: leases for Workhouse Infirmary, 1725-1901 NCR 22f
Petitions regarding freedom and apprenticeship, 1839-1847 NCR 15g
Petitt, Simon: charity books, 1563-1677 NCR 20f/6-7
Petty Sessions see Mayor's Court
Pier and Haven see Yarmouth Haven and Pier
Plans and maps NCR 16e
Plans: Soane, J. 'Plans and Elevations of Buildings in Norwich, etc.', 1788 NCR 17e
Plate: list of City's, 1562 NCR 17b
Plays: 'The Green Man' by Richard Jones, 1818 NCR 26b/42
Plays: Norwich Grocers' Play, medieval NCR 21f/68
Police see constable
Poll tax: St Stephen's parish, 1694 NCR 7k
Poor see also workhouse
Poor: appeals to poor rate books, 1724-1834 NCR 20c
Poor: appeals to poor rate, 1713-1719 NCR 15b
Poor: apprenticeship indentures, 1515-1734 NCR 10a
Poor: bastardy orders NCR 15b
Poor: Bawburgh cum Bowthorpe Overseers' accounts, 1680-1725 NCR 12g
Poor: census of, 1570 NCR 20c
Poor: collections for maimed soldiers and Marshalsea, 1615-1748 NCR 20c
Poor: Constables' charges for conveying soldiers, sailors and families, 1756-1761 NCR 15c
Poor: counsel's opinions on Norwich Incorporation of Poor Act, 1712-1894 NCR 20e
Poor: Guardians of: court books, 1712-1714/5, 1723-1804, 1813-1833 NCR 20e
Poor: Guardians of: leases of Infirmary and Asylum site, 1725-1901 NCR 22f
Poor: maintenance of, 1570-1580 NCR 20c
Poor: Mayor's Book of, 1571-1579 NCR 20c
Poor: names of, 1709 NCR 15b
Poor: orders for passing vagrants, 1740-1764, 1804-1873 NCR 15c
Poor: Overseers' accounts (listing ratepayers and recipients of relief), 1633-1680 NCR 20c
Poor: Overseers' accounts (listing ratepayers and recipients of relief), 1677-1718 NCR 15b
Poor: registers of paupers and vagrants examined re settlement, 1754-1811 NCR 20e
Poor: removal orders, 1686-1829 NCR 15b
Poor: various Poor Law documents, 1686-1842 NCR 15b-c
Presentments to Justices of Peace, 1440-1441 NCR 8a/10
Presentments: to Coroner, 1263-1267 NCR 8a/1
Presentments: ward inquest presentments to Sessions, c 1690-c 1800 NCR 5e-l
Prior and Convent of Norwich Cathedral see Cathedral, Norwich
Prison: Acle House of Correction repairs, 1663 NCR 22a
Prison: Bridewell Committee minute book, 1793-1820 NCR 19c
Prison: Bridewell: account books, 1585-1751 NCR 19c
Prison: Bridewell: papers, 1752 NCR 12d
Prison: building of New Gaol, 1823 NCR 12d
Prison: Gaol Committee minute books, 1799-1836 NCR 19c
Prisoners: Bridewell: calendar of, 1706 NCR 5m
Prisoners: calendars of, 1830 NCR 12d
Prisoners: gaol deliveries in Book of Pleas, medieval NCR 17b
Prisoners: gaol delivery lists, 1482-1504 NCR 6h/12
Prisoners: Gaoler's certificates of numbers, 1808-1834 NCR 12d
Prisoners: Sessional returns, 1681-1682, 1702-1833 NCR 12d
Private deeds, mostly medieval NCR 4a
Property: list of City's, 1562 NCR 17b
Provisions: purveyors' licences in City lease book B (1665/66-1723/24) NCR 22g
Pulham St Mary Magdalen: extracts from town account books, 1558-1620 NCR 12g

Quarter Sessions: bills submitted for payment, 1827-1835 NCR 11g
Quarter Sessions: files: indictments and recognizances, temp. Henry VIII-1619 (odd documents), 1620-1838 NCR 11a-f
Quarter Sessions: files: interrogations and depositions, 1549-1600, 1684-1790 NCR 12a-b
Quarter Sessions: gaol delivery, 1482-1505 and miscellaneous records, 1675-1803 NCR 6h/11-16
Quarter Sessions: Grand Jury presentments, 1692-1835 NCR 12c
Quarter Sessions: minute books, 1511-1550, 1553-1556, 1561-1618, 1629-1846 NCR 20a
Quarter Sessions: miscellaneous papers, 1520, 1752-1822 (with gaps) NCR 11g
Quarter Sessions: presentments, 1440-1441 NCR 8a/10
Quarter Sessions: search books (City and County), 1624-1680 NCR 20b
Quarter Sessions: ward presentments, c 1690-c 1800 NCR 5e-l

Railway prospectuses, petitions to Parliament, etc. NCR 23f
Rates: ammunition returns, 1713-1719 NCR 13b
Rates: poor: appeals to poor rate books, 1724-1834 NCR 20c
Rates: poor: appeals to poor rate, 1713-1719 NCR 15b
Rates: poor: in Overseers' accounts, 1633-1680 NCR 20c
Rates: poor: in Overseers' accounts, 1677-1718 NCR 15b
Rates: walls repair rate book, 1665 NCR 10f
Register bills of births and deaths, 1683, 1750-1751, 1822-1839 NCR 21d
Removal orders, 1686-1829 NCR 5b
Remyngton, Nathaniel: charity book, 1635-1675 NCR 20f/11
Rents: Great Hospital manors: rentals, etc., c 1300-1829 NCR 24c
Rents: landgable and assize accounts, 1541-1626, 1747-1768, 1793 NCR 18d
Rents: rolls, various, 1346-c 1450 NCR h
Repairs and improvements, 1527-1839 NCR 10f
Repairs: Acle House of Correction, 1663 NCR 22a
Repairs: City bridges, 1621-1700 (with gaps), 1785-1844 (with gaps) NCR 22a
Repairs: County bridges, 1659-1667 NCR 22a
Repairs: Swaffham Market Cross and Sessions House, 1659 NCR 26b/65
Repertory of muniments by Goddard Johnson, 1845-1847 NCR 22f
Riot, 1797 NCR 6h/11
Riots, 1766 NCR 6h/1-10
Rivers: by-laws regarding cleansing, prosecutions, etc., 1649-1809 NCR 10e
Rivers: Commission of Sewers, 1552-1772 NCR 14a-c
Rivers: River and Street Committee accounts, 1556-1618, 1635-1727 NCR 19b
Rivers: River and Street Committee minutes, 1724-1835 NCR 19b
Rivers: Sessions of Sewers minute and account book, 1615-1768 NCR 19b
Roads see highways
Rogers, William: charity books, 1553-1658 NCR 20f/4-5
Royal aid assessment books [i.e., Tax Commissioners' minute books], 1664-1725 NCR 19b
Royal aid, 1689, 1691 NCR 7k
Royal charters, c 1158-1974 NCR 26a
Royal charters: copies NCR 17a
Royal letters patent, 1306-1756 NCR 26f

Sacrament certificates, 1713-1827 NCR 13f
St Benet's: Abbot of : litigation with City regarding New Mills, c 1482 NCR 17b
St George's Guild, 1421-1718 NCR 8e-g
St George's Guild, 1441-1731 NCR 17b
St Paul's Improvement Scheme: deeds to properties purchased, 1861-1863 NCR 22b
School Board property, Duke St: deeds, 1677-1840 NCR 4h
School of Art and Design: minute books, etc., 1858-1901 NCR 27a
School see also Free School
Sequestration Committee minute book, 1647-1648 NCR 10h
Sewers see also rivers
Sewers: Commission of, 1552-1772 NCR 14a-c
Sewers: Sessions minute and account book, 1615-1768 NCR 19b
Sheriffs' tourns, 1541-1720 NCR 5d
Soane, John: 'Plans and Elevations of Buildings in the Counties of Norfolk, Suffolk… etc.' (London 1788) NCR 17e
Soldiers: collections for maimed soldiers and Marshalsea, 1615-1748 NCR 20c
Solemn League and Covenant, 1644 NCR 13c
Steward, Augustine: gift of Mayor's Book, 1526 NCR 17b
Strangers see also Dutch, Walloons
Strangers: books relating to Dutch and Walloon Strangers, 1492-1686 NCR 17d
Streets see highways
Subscription for regaining Newcastle, 1643 NCR 7k
Subsidies NCR 7i-k
Subsidy roll: copy in Book of Pleas, 1334-1335 NCR 17b
Swaffham: Market Cross and Sessions House repairs, 1659 NCR 26b/65
Swan upping accounts: manor of North Elmham, 1667-1672 NCR 26b/26
Swordbearer's account book, 1720-1727 NCR 18d
Swordbearer's accounts, 1796 NCR 21b

Tax Commissioners' ('Royal Ayde') minute books, 1664-1725 NCR 19b
Tax Commissioners' minute book, 1616-1679 NCR 18d
Tax see also subsidies
Tax: assessment for forces of Sir T. Fairfax, 1645 NCR 7k
Tax: bonds for collecting taxes and appointments of collectors of income tax, 1799 NCR 15f
Tax: fortifying Great Yarmouth, 1558 NCR 7k
Tax: hearth: assessments, 1671 NCR 13a/48
Tax: hearth: papers regarding, 1666-1696 NCR 7k
Tax: land: assessments, 1712-1832 NCR 23a
Tax: poll: St Stephen's, 1694 NCR 7k
Tax: subscription for regaining Newcastle, 1643 NCR 7k
Tax: various, c 1350-1702 NCR 7i-k
Tax: window: assessments, 1708-1767 NCR 23a
Terry, John: charity books, 1547-1677 NCR 20f/1-2
Tithing roll, c 1311 NCR 5c
Tonnage Committee journals, 1786-1800, 1813-1821 NCR 19c
Tonnage Committee ledger, 1833-1836 NCR 19c
Tonnage Committee minutes, 1726-1835 NCR 19c
Tonnage Committee vouchers, 1835 NCR 21b
Tonnage dues: mortgages of, in City lease book C (1717-1793) NCR 22g
Tourns: Sheriffs', 1541-1720 NCR 5d
Town Clerk's day book, 1826-1832 NCR 19a
Town Close Evidences Book, 1886 NCR 17b
Trade and merchandise, 1286, 1449-1799 NCR 10b
Trade: by-laws, 1683-1719 NCR 17d
Trade: registers of charitable loans to tradespeople, 1721-1825 NCR 20f/18-19
Treasurers' account rolls, 1375-1436 NCR 7a

Vagrants: orders for passing, 1740-1764, 1804-1873 NCR 15c
Views of arms, 1315-1370 NCR 5c

Walloons: books relating to Dutch and Walloon Strangers, 1492-1686 NCR 17d
Walloons: Guy de Leuwaulle, 1576 NCR 10b
Walloons: in musters lists, 1595-1628 NCR 13a-b
Walls: repair rate book, 1665 NCR 10f
Walls: ward presentments re state of, c 1690-c 1800 NCR 5e-l
War: Civil: documents, 1642-1651 NCR 7k
War: Civil: Sequestration Committee minute book, 1647-1648 NCR 10h
Ward inquest presentments to Sessions, c 1690-c 1800 NCR 5e-l
Water supply agreement, 1584 NCR 10f
Waterworks and New Mills accounts, agreements, etc., 1490-1732, 1786-1803 NCR 22a
Waterworks debentures NCR 27b
Waterworks: agreements in City lease books B, D (1665/66-1723/24, 1794-1828) NCR 22g
Wayte, William: charity book, 1554-1664 NCR 20f/3
White Book (Liber Albus), initially compiled 1426 NCR 17b
Wills: (10), 1306-1620 NCR 4i
Wills: Bayfield Collection, 1617-1857 NCR 4g
Wills: enrolled in City Court rolls NCR 1
Wills: miscellaneous NCR 26b
Window tax assessments, 1708-1767 NCR 23a
Wine licences: in City lease books B, C, D (1665/66- 1828) NCR 22g
Woollen: burials in: returns, 1683 NCR 10h
Workhouse accomodation, 1712 NCR 5m
Workhouse property deeds (copies), 1712-1894 NCR 20e
Workhouse: leases of Infirmary and Asylum site, 1725-1901 NCR 22f
Workhouse: specifications for building Infirmary, 1827-1828 NCR 22f
Worstead weavers: books of, 1492-1638 NCR 17d
Writs: copies in Book of Pleas NCR 17b
Writs: copies in Liber Albus NCR 17b
Writs: of distringas (debtors), 1614-1618 NCR 15c
Writs: of right patent (property disputes), 17th-18th centuries NCR 1 and NCR 6i

Yarmouth Haven and Pier account books, 1710-1857 NCR 19d
Yarmouth Haven and Pier Commissioners, 1670, 1750-1835 NCR 14c-d
Yarmouth, Great: tax for fortifying, 1558 NCR 7k

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Records:
'The Records of the City of Norwich', eds W.H. Hudson and J.C. Tingey (2 vols, Norwich, 1906 and 1910), also known as Hudson and Tingey or H and T.

General surveys:
'Medieval Norwich', ed. Carole Rawcliffe and Richard Wilson (Hambledon and London, 2004).
'Norwich Since 1550', ed. Carole Rawcliffe and Richard Wilson (Hambledon and London, 2004).
F. Meeres, 'History of Norwich' (Chichester, 1998).

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