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Memoirs of Arthur Rudd

  • MC 3105/1-2, 1036X7
  • Fondo
  • nd [2014]

Covers the years 1926 onwards and mainly relates to the Norwich and Thorpe area. Includes his memories of early life, family, school days, and the Second World War. It also covers his training and service as a soldier in the Norfolk Regiment in Egypt. With related photographs.

Arthur Rudd; 1926-? 2014; soldier in the Norfolk Regiment

Recorded interviews and memoirs collected by Sophia Hankinson

  • AUD 89
  • Fondo
  • Aug-Sep 2013

Recorded interviews are mainly of Rachel Young. Though Rachel Young (born circa 1914) was heavily involved in the management of several heritage sites in Norwich (Strangers Hall, Bridewell and St Peter Hungate), these recordings relate to her time in the Land Army in Derbyshire and Cambridgeshire and the role she played in establishing the WEA (Workers' Education Association) in Norfolk under Hampden Jackson and Dr Lincoln Ralphs. Collection also includes recorded memoirs of Sophia Hankinson.

Sophia Hankinson; 20th century-21st century; museum curator; Norwich and King's Lynn, Norfolk

Photocopy of a redrawn copy of a map of Cockley Cley, 1722

  • FX 380
  • Fondo
  • 2013

Surveyor: not given but probably Philip Wissiter (1720-1722).
Black and white
Compass: No.
Scale: 1:2962
Cartouche: No
Fieldnames: Yes.
Acreages: No.
Tenures: Yes.
Structures: Yes.
Topographical features: All Saints Church b/w in elevation, houses. Roads and destinations. Commons. Shows lands belonging to Henry Bedingfield.

The map has been copied on top of a tithe map, a small portion of which can be seen on the right-hand side.

Richard Harbord; fl 1722; Gunton Hall, Gunton, Norfolk

Digital images and print-out copies of a volume of memoirs by Jessie Muriel Hornor (née Wainwright) of Norwich (1890-1977)

  • FX 378
  • Fondo
  • 2013

Original memoirs completed after her husband, Bassett Fardell Hornor's death in 1964. Includes many family photographs. Details her early life in Thorpe St Andrew, schooling in Eastbourne and abroad, her marriage in 1920 to Bassett Fardell Hornor, the birth and childhood of son, Samuel Hornor, her husband and son's military service in both world wars, family holidays, homes in Norwich and Horning, Samuel's marriage, grandchildren and Bassett's health problems in the early 1960s.

Jessie Muriel Hornor; 1890-1977; Norwich, Norfolk

The Raging Sea: the floods remembered

  • AUD 77
  • Fondo
  • 2013

Records created by exhibition and film show relating to the east coast floods of 1938, 1953, 1978 and 1983.

The Raging Sea: the floods remembered event; 2013; Lessingham and Hempstead with Eccles, Norfolk

Voices of Hickling

  • AUD 83
  • Fondo
  • 2013

Recorded oral history recordings relating to Hickling and the surrounding area. Both interviews were recorded using a Marantz PMD661 with two Audio Technica Pro70 lapel microphones.

Voices of Hickling; 2013-; oral history group; Hickling, Norfolk

Written memoirs of Roy Scott

  • FX 372
  • Fondo
  • May 2012

Hard copy of AUD 69/1/6. Relate to his experiences during the first Baedeker raid on Norwich during night of 27/28 April 1942. Includes three images; of Roy with his mother, Norah Scott nee Sparks, in 1943; of the Catherine Wheel public house showing where the street bomb shelter would have been; and of St Augustine Street showing where Billy Sparks's barber shop was located. The last two images were taken circa 2012.

Norwich Arts Centre; 1977-; Norwich, Norfolk

Sound recordings and related material of Lydia Martin, Norwich-based artist

  • AUD 75, DSD79
  • Fondo
  • 2012

Images and sound recordings collected as part of Lydia's 2012 exhibition, 'Another Voice that Speaks', which began as a project for her masters degree (Creative Entrepreneurship) at the University of East Anglia. The exhibition comprised photographic portraits and voice recordings of people living in Norwich, and from different walks of life. These people were asked to explore their formative experiences and thoughts with the artist Lydia Martin. The themes that were explored came through naturally in conversation and include love, faith, culture, health, migration, identity and people's view of themselves in their community, and wider society. People photographed and interviewed include Graham James, the Bishop of Norwich, and Alan Waters, Councillor for Norwich City Council. The edited interviews which formed part of the exhibition are deposited, as are the unedited interviews. This is an interim catalogue entry and will be amended over time.

Lydia Martin; fl 2002-; audiovisual artist; Norfolk

George Aldis Master Pedigree and Family Tree

  • MC 2911, 1022X6
  • Fondo
  • 2012

Relates to Aldis family (variants Aldous, Aldouse, Aldus, Aldysse, Aldice) of Fressingfield, Wingfield (Suffolk), Denton, Rushall, Starston, Shelton, Wacton, Moulton, Long Stratton, Bexley (Kent), Mayfair (London), Wandsworth (London), Lambeth (London), and Leicester, 1450-2006. Also includes Warner family of Fressingfield, c 1400-1504, and other families outside Norfolk. Compiled by George Aldis.

Aldis family; 2012; Fressingfield, Suffolk

Norwich Arts Centre

  • AUD 69
  • Fondo
  • 2012

Norwich Arts Centre; 1977-; Norwich, Norfolk

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