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Papers mainly relating to the history of the Cathedral collected by W.T. Bensly, chapter clerk, 1869-1909. Included are papers of L.G. Bolingbroke, chapter clerk, 1909-1927, and Bensly's son-in-law.

Papers mostly dating from the late 1870s-c 1907 but with some earlier material. The following are included: notes for addresses by Bensly to learned societies, on Cathedral history to the Huguenot Society, 1888, on the Tanner MSS, 1891, and on the...

Augustus Jessopp; 1823-1914; historian; Scarning, Norfolk

Papers of Rachel Daubeney

Including notes on the family, press cuttings with extracts from the Farington diary, and these original documents; Fragment of (? testamentary) letter from Anthony Hamond to his children, [17th century]; acknowledgment by Simon Alexander yeoman o...

Antiquarian papers mostly of the 1840s-1860s

Some related to reports to and papers published by the Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society. Included are extracts from local parish registers; transcripts of early deeds from the Blickling and Heydon muniment rooms; extracts from Anthony No...

Loose papers removed from PD 175/57

Comprises 19th century memorandum on inclosure act, 1806, and award, 1844; service forms for dedication of Lynford war memorial, 1920, and victory thanksgiving, undated; newspaper cuttings, nd [?1924], 1954, 1957 and undated; photograph of church,...

Church fabric papers

Many of the twentieth-century letters are from or to George Dawnay of Hillington Hall. The original folder was labelled 'Hillington Parochial Church Council'. Comprises letter from W.J. Donthorn at Harrogate, Yorkshire regarding plans fo...

Volume entitled 'Ditchingham Hall, Norfolk: Wm. Carr Esqre' containing notes, printed sale particulars, valuations, newspaper cuttings etc. re Ditchingham Hall estate.

Note in front of volume in Carr's hand reads 'This volume contains a history of the Ditchingham Estate from the conclusion of the purchase in October 1886 to the end of December 1903 - a period of over 17 years - I did not enter into pos...

'Conscience Puzzles', cartoons of family life in Naples by Neville Rolfe, with domestic, garden, seaside and shipboard scenes and including reference to cholera epidemic

Also includes plans showing floor slabs in Heacham church and their proposed relocation, 1884, and other sketches relating to church restoration including designs for brass to Eustacius Rolfe (d 1593), and photograph of park scene with woman sketc...

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