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Norwich Public Library Manuscript Collection Great Hospital; c 1249-; Norwich, Norfolk
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Norwich City Honorary Archivist, JC Tingey and Deputy Archivist, Frederick Johnson's papers including letters re the latter's appointment in 1912 as Deputy Archivist to the Norwich Corporation, register of document borrowings, and draft ms notes and indexes to Norwich records

Includes the Rev. William Hudson's draft ms essay on the history and governance of Norwich in the 14th century, written before the rediscovery of the Book of Customs (and surely an early draft of part of his text in Vol I of The Records of the City of Norwich, published 1906), with covering letter re 'knotty points' in his history and re the origins of Norwich Castle mound (Norman or earlier?) from Hudson to Tingey, Nov 1901, a register of Norwich city and other records borrowed from the City Muniment Room by various antiquaries and others (inter alia, Rye, Fred Johnson, Beecheno, Bolingbroke, Holley, Cogswell, etc.), 1906-1925, bound printed extract, annotated for use in the City Muniment Room, re Norwich officials from Le Stranges's Norfolk Official Lists, nd, signed copy of City Committee resolution that the Honorary Archivist (JC Tingey of Surrey Street) take charge of the Muniment Room and to control access to it, April 1910, letters from the town clerk, Arnold Miller, to JC Tingey, Honorary City Archivist and to Frederick Johnson of Theatre St, Norwich, genealogist, confirming the City Committee's appointment of him as deputy to Tingey in the latter's absence, April- May 1912, epitome of the content headings in the Cartulary of 'St Giles' Hospital, nd, and numerous draft notes and extracts from other City and Great Hospital records.

Also includes collected papers: copy report re of the public offering for lease of the old Bridewell house of correction (on the City Committee's recommendation), the absence of any acceptable offers and its eventual sale in June 1829 to Mr John Carr for £1140, with a covering letter from AAH Beckwith opining that the suggestion that the sale monies should be applied to the liquidation of the debt for the new city gaol was 'monstrous', April 1831, and a petition for a public meeting to consider the propriety of petitioning Parliament to request postal deliveries on the Sabbath Day (as has the 'metropolis'), subscribed with 55 names, March 1840.

Great Hospital; c 1249-; Norwich, Norfolk

Lease for two years from St Giles Hospital to Thomas Maleclerk of Mundham of the corn and land tithes of the church of St Peter of Mundham in two pieces of land at Le Brom, as measured and agreed between Brother Benedict [of the hospital] and Thomas and his brother, Robert

Mundham St Peter. Annual rent: five marks. Dated at Norwich in the day of St Peter ad Vincula, 14 Ric II.

Great Hospital; c 1249-; Norwich, Norfolk

Grant, with the licence of Sir Roger, by John de Foxle, Robert Martham and Bartholomew Tacleston, parson of South Walsham St Laurence, to St Giles Hospital, of a messuage and 48.5 acres of land and four acres of pasture in Calthorpe, Loddon, Mundham, Sisland, Hardley, Costessey and Repps.

Calthorpe, etc. Dated at Norwich on Monday after the f. of St Ambrose, 5 Ric II. Witnesses listed including Roger de Wolterton

Great Hospital; c 1249-; Norwich, Norfolk

Contemporary copy of the will of Robert de Bungeye citizen of Norwich

Dated at Norwich on Tuesday in the f. of St Hilary. Leaving all his messuages on Le Cordewanersrowe to his wife, Giles, with the proviso that 6d should be paid to the Hospital from the messuages [annually], for which a mass in the chapel of the BVM is to be celebrated weekely. Also that after the death of his wife, the profits of the shappe [shop] recently purchased from John rector of the church of Bergh, should go to the general use of the hospital, and that his wife should be provided by the master and brethren for the term of her life, a respectable room in the street of Holmstrete.
Also leaves legacies to the priory of Holy Trinity in Norwich for the celebration of an anniversary mass for him.

Great Hospital; c 1249-; Norwich, Norfolk

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