Great Hautbois, Norfolk

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  • There is an entry in 'Norfolk Annals' relating to the laying of the foundation stone for this church by Lord Suffield, 17 September 1862. Thomas Jeckyll was the architect of the church.

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Case Record of Sophia Foster

Name: Sophia Foster; Age: 28; Gender: Female; Occupation: Wife of a labourer ; Residence: Hautbois Magna; Religion: Primitive Methodist ; Education: Read & write a little ; Martial Status: Married ; No. of Children: ; Admission Photo: Yes; Not...

Account papers

Account of warpound due to the manor of Cawston from Hevingham, Stratton Strawless, Banningham, Great Hautbois and Erpingham, 1726; duplicate land tax assessments for Heydon, 1736, 1740, 1744-1745, and Cawston, 1743-1744; draft letter from Augusti...

Cottage rentals

Abstracts, not describing property. Cover Michaelmas to Michaelmas. Lists arrears, rent, land tax, income tax and cash received.Include tenants from Alby, Aldborough, Antingham, Bradfield, Colby, Felmingham, Frettenham, Great Hautbois, Gunton, Han...

Abstracts of rental

Arranged by parish, yearly at Michaelmas. Lists tenants, arrears, rent land tax, tithe, largess, abatement, other charges and the amount received. Parishes vary but include tenants from Aldborough, Antingham, Bradfield, Colby, Coltishead, Cromer, ...

Ordnance Survey Maps

Scale is 1:2500 (25 inches to 1 mile).Sheet XXXIX.16. Horstead with Stanninghall, Great Hautbois, Frettenham, Buxton & Lamas with Little Hautbois parishes , 1882.Sheet XXXIX.11. Buxton, 1886.Sheet XXXIX.8. Lamas with Little Hautbois, 1886.She...

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