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Farming in Stanton

Description: Trevor Austin discusses the different types of animals present on the farm and the preparations needed to open the farm to the public.
Recording location: Norfolk, England, UK
Performer(s)/contributer(s): Austin, Trevor (speaker, male, presenter); Edward (speaker, male, interviewee, farmer)
Recording note(s): Recorded with the intention of being broadcast on BBC Radio Norfolk.

Items relating to Dallinghoo

Documents relating to Grove Farm at Dallinghoo and other Dallinghoo properties owned by John Jarrold II. Bundle comprises duplicate photocopies of two undated maps of Grove Farm, receipts relating to the inheritance of Dallinghoo properties from John Jarrold II by his sons, and a photocopy of a drawing of Grove Farm.

Grove Farm was where John Jarrold II resided for much of his life and where the printing operation was based in the early years of Jarrold & Sons.

Leases by Erasmus and Augustine Earle

Of Cawston Warren, 1707; farm in Heydon and Salle save brick kiln, 1724; closes in Thurning, 1725; farm at Salle, 1725, enclosing agreement, 1717 and report, 1725; farm at Heydon, 172[-]; shepherd's house and closes in Oulton, 1730; 'White Horse' and malting office at Salle, 1732; part of farm in Heydon and Corpusty with 'the west vistoe' of Heydon Hall, enclosing schedule of crops, 1734; farm at Salle, 1734; lands and plantation at Heydon, 1737; farm at Heydon, 1738; closes in Thirning and farm at Corpusty, 1743; farm at Cawston, 1747.

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