Heigham, Norfolk

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  • A hamlet in Norwich. Sometimes referred to as 'Heigham next Norwich'.

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Olley family papers

Apprenticeship of William Newton Springall, aged 15, as clerk to Josiah Fletcher, bookseller of Norwich, for a period of five years, to commence on 11 July 1857. It is signed as fully served on 5 November 1862. [William Newell Springall was the gr...

Journal by a Mr Marten of Plaistow

Of an excursion to Cromer in September 1825 with his wife and daughter (possibly Sarah Marten whose name is inscribed as a subsequent owner of the journal). They travelled by the steam packet 'Hero' from London to Yarmouth, thence by a s...

Joseph Kinghorn; 1766-1832; particular baptist minister; Gateshead, County Durham, Norwich, Norfolk

Journal

Eyesight returned during 1890. Discharged from post at bank in 1891 and left at end of May. Moved into cottage in North Heigham. Eldest son, George, enlisted in army, 1891.

Papers of the Olley of Norwich and Norfolk

  • MC 2813
  • Fonds
  • 1854-2011

Includes: Apprenticeship indenture of William Newton Springall (b Surlingham, 1842), 1857; Probate of will of George David Kemp, 1854; and papers relating to Gerald Hugh Olley (b Eaton, 1896).

J. and J. Colman Ltd; 1814-; mustard manufacturers; Stoke Holy Cross and Norwich, Norfolk

Deeds to house in Valentine Street, Heigham

  • MC 2593
  • Fonds
  • 1830-2002

This house, next to the Reindeer public house, remained within the ownership of one family, albeit with different surnames (Jay, Pye, Doggett, and Thompson) from when the house was built in 1851 until 2002.

William Hodgson; fl 1830; Heigham, Norfolk

Solicitor's papers mainly concerning the Steward Family of the Norwich Area

  • MC 1940
  • Fonds
  • 18th century-20th century

These papers were rescued from a solicitor's office from outside the county. Many of the documents relate to the Steward family, being either personal papers of family members or relating to properties acquired by the Steward and Patteson Bre...

Mortgage of a baker's shop and a butcher's shop in Heigham

  • MC 1607
  • Fonds
  • 1882

The mortgage was part of a collection of deeds relating to Yarmouth purchased from C. & J. Read of King Street Books, Yarmouth; the other deeds were sent to the Local Studies Department at Yarmouth Library.

John Childs; fl 1882; Heigham, Norfolk

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