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Apprenticeship certificate

  • MC 799
  • Fondo
  • 1868

John Harrison; fl 1868; apprentice harness-maker; Castle Acre, Norfolk

Apprenticeship indenture of Walter Codling of Norwich, with Recipe and Notice regarding Supplemetary Ration

  • MC 3408, 1096X2
  • Fondo
  • 1870-1918

Apprenticeship indenture of Walter Codling, son of Stephen Codling of St Michael at Thorn parish, Norwich to James Holmes, George Holmes and Robert Holmes, engineers of St Michael at Thorn, Norwich, to learn turning, planning and fitting, 1871. Half of the premium was paid by Stephen Codling and half by John Moy's Charity. On back is a receipt for the first half of the money, with note certifying that Walter had served his apprenticeship and had proved a good worker, 1877.
Typewritten authorisation from the Guildhall, Norwich for a supplementary food ration, 1918, with recipe on the back for untitled dish in which warm jelly and jam were heated together, nd [?early 20th century].

Moy's Charity; ? 1829-? 1951; Norwich, Norfolk

Copy of letter from Dan Jones of Fakenham to Mr Whincop, town clerk of King's Lynn, 1809, and copy of notice in the Norfolk Chronicle: The Gazette 1791

  • FX 369
  • Fondo
  • 1809

Copy of letter dated 18 Dec 1809 regarding rents due on two estates and the transference of stocks on behalf of the Bagge family.
The notice relates to an Act to be made to Parliament for improvements in King's Lynn, posted by R.Whincop. Robert Whincop was town clerk from 16 Apr 1785, succeeded on 13 Oct 1803 by his nephew, also called Robert. The notice is believed to have been posted by Whincop senior and his nephew is the Mr Whincop to whom the letter is addressed. Whincop and Lane, law firm of King's Lynn, acted, inter alia, for the Bagge family.

Robert Whincop; 1733-1803; Town Clerk of King's Lynn; King's Lynn, Norfolk

Deed of gift relating to Flordon

  • MC 3600, 1077X2
  • Fondo
  • 27 Aug 1432

Milla Knyght of Flordon to Richard Cristemesse (Christmas), vicar of Ketteringham. One tenement, four acres and one rod of land, in seven pieces, in Flordon. With seal on tag. Dated Monday before the feast of St Augustine Bishop, 10 Henry 6. Gives abuttals and names of witnesses.

Milla Knight; fl 1432; Flordon, Norfolk

Mattishall Parish Council

  • PC 133
  • Fondo
  • 1894-2018

Comprises Parish Council minutes, 1894-2018 and Mattishall Cemetery burial register, 1894-1999. Parish clerk's files, 20th century (reference ACC 2003/206) are still uncatalogued, but please note that they are all unfit for production.

Mattishall Parish Council; ? 1894-; Mattishall, Norfolk

South Creake Parish Council

  • PC 101
  • Fondo
  • 1860-2016

Inclosure Award and title deed. Signed minutes

South Creake Parish Council; 1894-; South Creake, Norfolk

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