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Photographs taken from negatives made by Gerry Yardy, professional photographer of Bracondale, Norwich

  • MC 3357/1-6
  • Fondo
  • 2007

Includes the following photographic prints:
MC 3357/1 'This is a true copie of Mushold...', by Ralph Treswell, 1589. (NWHCM : 1903.24.1).
MC 3357/2 Photographic print of of Great Yarmouth Hutch Map, nd [late 16th century].
MC 3357/3 'A trewe description of Mushold heath ...', by John Darby c 1600. Showing Mushold heath and the closes upon in; shows roads, churches, landowners, and villages east to Ranworth and Burlingham, north to Catton, and 'the true circumference of the Town of Thorpe'; scale on a ruler carried by a man and his dog, marked Orriens, Occidens, Sept. (NMHCM : 1903.24.2).
MC 3357/4 'A true plott or description of part of Mushould...', manuscript map showing part of Mousehold, Thorpe and Pockthorpe, made in the month July 6 1624 by Thomas Waterson; coloured and finely drawn, shows title, and scale. (NWHCM : 1903.24.3).
MC 3357/5 'A map of the survey of level lands that belong to the Dean and Chapter lying in Pockthorpe and the parishes adjoining holden by William Holmes Esq. of Morston in the county of Norf. Taken by Mr Cooke in May 1718 Anno Dom. copied by Thos. Beckel of F.... A Dom 1730'. Finely drawn and coloured manuscript map, shows land boundaries, scale, title. (NWHCM : 1903.24.4).
MC 3357/6 Cranefields' map of Blakeney, 1769 (TD 2007/2).

Gerry Yardy; fl 2007; photographer; Norwich, Norfolk

Norfolk Nonconformist Chapel Survey undertaken by the Norfolk Archaeological and Historical Research Group

  • SO 197
  • Fondo
  • 1988-1992

In 1988 the Norfolk Archaeological Rescue Group decided to undertake a county-wide survey of all buildings then known to have been used for nonconformist worship (including that of the Roman Catholic and unorthodox, Christian denominations). This was in response to concern over the increasing incidence of neglect and rate of demolition or unsympathetic conversion of such buildings. Buildings surveyed included those erected or adapted for worship (either then in use, not then used but still standing or those demolished) and also those not adapted for worship but were once or were then still used for that purpose.

Surveyors were to make a visual appraisal of the buildings and to take a photograph of both the exterior and, where possible, the interior, and were also enjoined to record any documentary or oral evidence where available. Pro-forma sheets were supplied to surveyors on which they were to identify themselves, the location of each building visited, and when it was surveyed. They were to record details of the date of foundation and/or erection of the chapel and its predecessors, its denomination, its current use and, where known, the current owner. A short description of the exterior with rough sketchplans of the site and building should also be included. Occasionally, some chapels were surveyed more than once by different surveyors, leading to two sets of survey sheets being completed and kept. This seems to have been merely accidental.

The survey sheets were deposited in files arranged alphabetically, although occasionally inconsistently, by the place or hamlet name. Photographs are appended to most of the sheets though some appear to have become detached from the sheets and are now missing. The negatives of these photographs have been retained by the depositor. Occasionally, detailed plans of chapel interiors are also appended as are printed historical leaflets or guide-booklets and, in one or two instances, photocopies of original manuscript sources held locally.

Norfolk Archaeological History and Research Group; 1988

Ordnance Survey Minor Control Point Albums

  • P/OS
  • Fondo

These include photographs, some drawings, landowners' consents and other papers relating to O.S. minor control points. They date from the 1940s onwards and there is a separate series of photographic negatives. The numbers are those of the published O.S. sheets. Key map available in Norfolk Studies Library.

Ordnance Survey; 1791-; national mapping agency; UK

Photograph album compiled by Reg Jones as the photographer, mainly of birds and the habitat of the chalk pits off the Newmarket Road, Norwich.

  • MC 3415, 1070X5
  • Fondo
  • c 1950s-c 1960s

Most of the photographs are black and white prints and are not captioned. Some of the photographs were possibly added after the main album was compiled and copies appear to have been sent as greetings cards by Reg Jones. Birds shown, mainly at nesting sites, include inter alia: Blackcaps, Thrushes, Nightingales, Red-backed Shrikes, Treecreepers, Wrens, Long-tailed Tits, various warblers (including a shot of a warbler feeding a large Cuckoo nestling), Wheatears, Bullfinches, Skylarks, Green and Greater Spotted Woodpeckers, Great Crested Grebe, Herons, a Bittern, a Stone Curlew, Little, Barn and Tawny Owls, Kestrals, a Sparrowhawk, a Montagu's Harrier, Nightjars, Swallows and Jays.
Many of the photographs were taken in the chalk pits off the Newmarket Road in the 1950s, a habitat now lost but at that time an area rich in wildlife, including many Nightingales (now rare in Norfolk) and breeding Red-Backed Shrikes (no longer a breeding bird in the county).

Reginald (Reg) Jones; 1915-2003; naturalist, photographer; Eaton, Norfolk

Photographs and slides of Norfolk scenes taken by John Percival Staddon

  • MC 3299
  • Fondo
  • nd [1914-1950s]

Comprises photographs taken when Staddon was a soldier stationed at Coltishall during the First World War and glass slides taken during a family holiday in East Anglia.

John Percival Staddon; 1894-1973; soldier; Sunderland, Coltishall, Norfolk

Norfolk Wherries

  • MC 3007, PH 46
  • Fondo
  • c 1930

Selection of black and white photographs and postcards depicting Norfolk wherries built 1897-c 1900, a mixture of external profiles and details of fixtures and machinery. Annotations on the reverse of the photographs give the names of the wherries as 'Gleaner', 'Shamrock' and 'Concupia'.

Records of the Chapman Family of Griston, Ashill and East Bradenham

  • MC 2884 BOXES 1-2
  • Fondo
  • nd [c 1889]-2011

Interim list of the records
Box 1
Biographical information about Edith and Albert Chapman and their family, including family tree and copies of photographs, nd [post 1980]-2011 (1 folder)
Chapman and Thompson family photographs, nd [c 1889]-1992, including Griston School, Group 1 (copy), nd [c 1889]; Albert Chapman with the Queen's Royal Sussex Regiment, nd [c 1918]; aerial photograph of Newling Farm, East Bradenham, 1956; and aerial photograph of Newling Farm, East Bradenham (2 copies), nd [1970s-1980s].
Miscellaneous family papers, 1893-1993, including baptism, marriage and death certificates, 1893-1993; Second World War identity cards; driving licences, 1945-1969; bank books, 1953-1980; and a badge and two printed birthday cards relating to the Wilfredian League of Gugnuncs ( 'Daily Mirror' children's club), 1927.
Box 2
Farming records of Frank Chapman and of his father, Albert ('Dick') Chapman, nd [c 1939]-1988:
Ashill: tenancy agreement, Norfolk County Council to Albert Chapman relating to Reeve's Farm, Ashill, 1939, with photograph of Albert Chapman, c. 1939, and postcard of Griston vicarage, nd [1930s].
Saham Toney Estate: two tenancy agreements, Norfolk County Council to Frank Chapman relating to 60.5 acres (shown on plan), 1954, 1957-1958.
Newling Farm, East Bradenham: annual trading and profit and loss accounts, with balance sheets, 1954-1971, 1973, 1975, 1982, 1985-1988; 1948 desk diary, recording dates of seasonal tasks (drilling, ploughing etc.), sales of crops, births and sales of pigs and cows, weather, 1948-1957; account books recording cheques paid, 1962-1970, 1970-1974; estimate for drainage improvements, with plan, 1985; copy ordnance survey map sheet TF 90 SW, showing Saham Toney, scale 6 inches 1 mile, nd.

Chapman family; nd [c 1889]-2011; Griston, Ashill and East Bradenham, Norfolk

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