Hackford (next Reepham), Norfolk

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  • Dedication: All Saints.
  • Church destroyed in the 1540s.

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Hackford (next Reepham), Norfolk

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Blacksmith's Account Book, [? of Richard Grand of Hackford]

  • BR 167
  • Fonds
  • 1780-1784

Richard Grand signs as having received payment in one entry: the address is nowhere given but major customers include Mr Priest (incumbent at Reepham) and William Bircham of the Reepham beer-brewing family. A Richard Grand appears as owner in the ...

Richard Grand; fl 1780-1784; blacksmith; Hackford, Norfolk

Records of parishes within Reepham PCC

  • ACC 2017/40
  • Temporary
  • 1734-? 2017

Box 1Faculties-Whitwell, Reepham, and Kerdiston, War Graves Commission papers, 1789-1977Accounts (1931, 1973-77), receipts (1920s), church accounts, churchwardens accounts (1789-1857)Glebe lands-maps, plans, correspondence, 18th-19th century (buri...

Title deeds of Repps family relating to properties in Wisbech, Tilney, Booton, Wiggenhall, Setchey, Saddlebow, Walpole, West Walton, Terrington, Catfield, Watlington, Hackford-next-Reepham

Including grant to West Dereham abbey of all rights in windmill, 1327, marriage settlement of Henry Repps and Elizabeth Lovell, 3 Feb 1558; with calendar. Endorsed '35 very Ancient parchment Writings belonging to Mr Repps' Estate in Walp...

Reepham Parish Council

  • PC 45
  • Fonds
  • 1856-1975

Hackford, Whitwell and Reepham parish council papers, Stimpson's Piece and Hackford and Reepham Burial Board records.

Reepham Parish Council; 1894-; Reepham, Norfolk

Wilkinson family of Reepham and elsewhere additional papers

  • MC 3405
  • Fonds
  • c 1893-c 1918

Mainly letters and poems by, or about,'The Chummity' -Louie [Louise Wilkinson or Ferrand?], Hilda [Ferrand?], Dubby [Hilda Wilkinson], and Chris[tabel] Wilkinson, who appear to have been student teachers.

Wilkinson family; 1855-1954; Reepham, North Walsham, Witton and Mundesley, Norfolk

Hackford with Whitwell

Archdeaconry of Norwich (ANW). Dates are: 1698; 1705; 1708; 1715; 1720-1721 with 1722; 1722; 1724; 1728; 1734; 1739; 1746; 1752; 1760-1762; 1769; 1776; 1783; 1790; 1793; 1800; 1805; 1812-1813; 1815-1837; 1838-1841 with 1842; 1842-1844; 1847-1848; ...

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