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Alburgh Parish Council

  • PC 124
  • Fonds
  • 1894-2011

Parish Meeting and Parish Council minutes, declarations of Parish Councillors on acceptance of office, papers relating to the Pagan Trust Charity, the Playing Field and the war memorial.

Alburgh Parish Council; 1894-; Alburgh, Norfolk

Alburgh Voluntary Controlled (formerly National) School

  • C/ED 44
  • Fonds
  • 1846-c 2002

Includes, inter alia, school log book, medical log book, infectious disease notification registers, letters books, correspondence, and stock and stores books.

Alburgh Voluntary Controlled (formerly National) School; 1847-

Family papers of Brian and Jane Pearce

  • ACC 2021/44
  • Temporary
  • 1970-2002

Box 1-2: Alburgh and Denton Parish magazines entitled 'Parish News', hardback copies 1970-1999.Box 3: Alburgh and Denton parish magazines entitled 'Parish News', paper copies with some annotations, 1970-1999; and minute book fo...

Pearce Family


With memorandum re Alburgh bells extracted from J. L'Estrange, 'The Church Bells of Norfolk'.

Records of Various Manors

  • MC 1800
  • Fonds
  • 1481-1936

Manor of Holbrooke alias Alburgh; Manor of Bressingham Rectory; Manor of Brundall; Manor of Dickleburgh Rectory; Manor of Diss with Members; Manor of Diss Rectory; Manor of Great Ellingham Hall; Manor of Hardwick Boughtons; Manor of Hardwick Barre...

Baptisms, 1628-1684, 1695-1715, 1729-1737 (leaves containing baptisms 1685-1694 excised, except for one entry for 1689, and one for 1691); Marriages, 1629-1680, 1705-1737; Burials, 1628-1645, 1653-1680, 1695-1737.

With list of rectors, 1630-1932; memoranda that Charles II passed through Harleston on his way to Yarmouth and Norwich, 1671; of burial of John Brock, a Quaker, in the churchyard, 1724; of induction of Stephen Hurry, 1629, of election of parish re...

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

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