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Papers re Calthorpe and Erpingham

  • ACC 2021/137
  • Temporary
  • 1802-1872

Shepheard family: Calthorpe farm and glebe accounts and Erpingham survey 1802-1872
Rev Samuel Marsh Shepheard was vicar of Calthorpe only from 1848 (curate 1845) so the early accounts and bills belonged to his predecessor Rev Wm Heath Marsh, vicar there from c1801-1848.
In the 1845 Directory the glebe is 24 acres. Rev W H Marsh jnr, rector of Lammas and vicar of Calthorpe, lived in Erpingham. J Shepheard esq also had house in Erpingham
There are farm accounts for Shepheard family in the Aylsham archive and other Shepheard papers in the Norfolk Record Office (MC 561/80; MC 1136; AYL 409).

1/ Small bound volume ‘from the first of my occupation of the glebe’ 1812-1817, with summary of profit and loss 1802-1816, inc poor rate paid to Mr Soame. 1802-1817
2/ Same 1817-1820, summary of profit from farming the glebe at Calthorpe & land rented from Earl of Orford 1802-1816, 1817-1829 1802-1829
3/ Small bound vol, damp damaged, ‘General farming account at Calthorpe after rent to Lord Orford' 1835-1848
4/ Notebook with Almanack for grain threshed and disposed of. 1845-1848
5/ Same for general weekly accounts 1846-1848
6/ Bill 'to Bell' for Revd Wm Marsh grain sales 1815
7/ Lease agreement Earl of Orford to Revd W H Marsh for arable land called Ellis's 6a 2r 18p, pasture called the Hospital Meadow 2a 3r 30p for 4 years at annual rent £12 5s 1 Dec 1808
8/ Notice to quit from Orford to execs of late Revd Marsh, the farm lands in Calthorpe 15 Mar 1840
9/ Bound Survey of parish of Erpingham, alphabetical by owner, nos of fields etc. Signed Wm Drane, surveyor Norwich. [1838]
Names inc Rbt Copeman esq, Christopher Cristoph, Wm Howe Windham esq. Samuel Shepheard has total c 200 acres (plot numbers 75 house, 19,125-129, 181, 184-5, 329, 332 339,346-349 own/occupy, and 117 occupied by Crask and Skibbons .
[Drane was surveyor of Erpingham tithe award 1838. It was common for local landowners to have a copy]
10/ Dowers Short Atlas of Modern Geography pr. fly leaf: Miss Sarah Shepheard May 11 1843
11/ Game duty certificates (annual licence for gamekeeper) for Robert Shepheard for parish of Erpingham, signed by Fred Roe clerk to Tax Commissioners for Sth Erpingham 1853-1856
12/Bills: Mr R Shepheard bought of Wright 1862, Wright 1863, Bullock Bros 1863, Hawkins 1869, Wm Cartwright gunmaker 1872 1862-1872

William Heath Marsh, Revd; fl 1801-1848; rector and vicar; Calthorpe, Norfolk, and Erpingham, Norfolk

Records of Great Dunham parish council

  • ACC 2021/14
  • Temporary
  • 1953-2015

Minute books, Apr 1953-Jan 1993, Mar 1993-May 1998
Folder of loose minutes Jan 2002-May 2015
Loose minutes for annual meetings May 1997-May 2002
Receipts and payments book 1973-2017

Great Dunham Parish Council; 1894-; Great Dunham, Norfolk

Records of Helhoughton parish council

  • ACC 2021/147
  • Temporary
  • 1960-2019

Box 1
Account audit papers
Accounts 1935-82, 1998-99
Insurance papers 1980s-2000s
Local plans 1993-95

Box 2
Minute book 1895-1921, 1950-68, 1968-82
Account book/petty cash 1965-99
Receipt and payment book 1895-1901,1936-58, 1960
Parish councillors declaration 1896-1946
Letter book 1938-44
Postage & phone book 1987-2000

Box 3
Minutes and accounts 1985-90
Minutes 1990-94, 1994-2000
Restoration of village hall 2004

Box 4
Annual statements 2004-2014
Receipts and payments book 1981-2004
Bank statements 2015-19 (to be destroyed?)
Annual returns 2001-18
VAT statements 2011-2019
Accounts 2009, 2012, 2014-19

Box 5
Cemetery papers 1953-92
Correspondence 1971-91
Councillor’s acceptances precept etc. 1959-91
Coronation seat minutes 1953
Village sign 1978
Conservation grounds maintenance 1985-92
Street lighting 1961-92
Playing field 1957-92

Box 6
Right of way 1952-90
Planning 1991-92
Drainage, waste etc. 1955-91
Gravel extraction 1989-91

Box 7
NNDC planning apps 1997-2009

Box 8
NNDC planning apps 2005-2007

Box 9
North Norfolk Local Plan

Boxes 10 & 11
NNDC Local Development Framework, 2007-08

Box 12
Accounts 1993-2000
Insurance 2001-02

Box 13
Miscellaneous correspondence, papers, and publications, c. 1995-c. 2002

Boxes 14-16
NNDC Planning applications 2007-2019

Helhoughton Parish Council; 1874-; local government; Helhoughton

Records of Pudding Norton Parish Council and Testerton Parish Council

  • ACC 2021/148
  • Temporary
  • 1937-2015

Box 1:
Parish Council Meeting minutes, 17 Jan 1983-16 Oct 1991 (1 volume).
Parish Council Meeting minutes, some with related papers, 24 May 1995-26 Feb 2015 (1 folder).
General accounts, Apr 1949-Mar 1996. Includes some Lighting and Watching Accounts (1 volume, spine missing and boards loose).
Precept book counterfoils, 23 Jul 1937-1 Apr 1961 (1 gathering).
Precept book counterfoils, 4 Apr 1962-9 Jan 1973 (1 gathering).
Financial Statements, 1948-1961, with gaps (1 folder).
Lighting agreements between Eastern Electricity Board (later Eastern Electricity Supply Company) and Pudding Norton and Testerton Parish Council, 1946, 1962 and 1967 (1 folder).
Correspondence and papers, c 1964-Apr 1985. Includes some financial statements (1 folder).
Correspondence and papers, c 1973-c 1987. Includes list of children in Pudding Norton, ? 1970s (1 folder).

Box 2:
Correspondence and papers, c 1987-c 1991. Includes re Village Hall, 16 Oct 1990 (1 folder).
Planning applications, some with related correspondence. Only a few developments included and unclear whether planning permission was granted, c 1988-1991 (1 folder).
Correspondence and audit papers, 2002. Also contains some minutes and accounts. (1 folder).
Correspondence and audit papers, 2003. Also contains some minutes and accounts. (1 folder).
Correspondence and audit papers, 2015. Also contains some minutes and accounts. (1 folder).
Correspondence and information file c 1994-c 1997 (1 folder).
Miscellaneous papers, correspondence and minutes (found loose), c 1995- c 2002 (1 folder).

Pudding Norton Parish Council: 1894-; local government; Pudding Norton, Norfolk

Photographs of Freethorpe and digital copy of the memoirs of Elsie Madge Brown

  • ACC 2021/152
  • Temporary
  • c 1900-2021

The original Post Office featured in this photograph was
situated on the corner of The Common and Old Chapel Road,
The photograph was taken around the turn of the century. The man in the trilby is Charles James Brock the postmaster at the time, who was also a tailor.
The man on the left is Charles' son Alfred Robert, born 1st March 1877 and died of his wounds on the last day of WW1, 10th November 1918.
The girl on the left is lsabel (b. 7 June 1885), who took over the Post Office from her father.
ln 1942, Elsie Browne, Charles' granddaughter, took it over as part of her war work and brought it to 91 The Green. She ran it for 35 years. ln 1977, Freda Pipes, her daughter ran it for the following 20 years.
The Post Office then moved to 87 The Green where it was run by Richard Church and subsequently his daughter Joanna until 2017 when it was closed permanently.

Freethorpe School forms 4, 5, and 6, c. 1925, names on reverse.

Digital copy of Elsie Madge Brown (nee Brock)'s memoirs, written in the 1990s, copy made by NRO.

Norfolk Record Office; 1963-; archive service, Norfolk

Records of Drayton Ecclesiastical Parish

  • ACC 2021/154
  • Temporary
  • 1856-1993

Box 1
Signed copies of PCC Minutes June 1974 – March 1980
Signed copies of PCC Minutes 16 April 1980 – 25 March 1985
Signed copies PCC Minutes July 1985 – March 1993
PCC Correspondence folder 1963-1969

Box 2
Report on condition of Fabric 1966
Report under Inspection of Churches Measure 1971
Tithe Records 1856 – 1907
Copies of various magazines/Newsletters Drayton and surrounding Parishes 1964/1965 (In scrap book)
St Margaret Drayton Church Accounts 1937-1961
Visitors Book 1969 – 1987
Signed PCC Minutes 1926-1940 (front of book); October 1940- 1944 (from back of book)

Drayton Ecclesiastical Parish; ?-; Drayton, Norfolk

Records of Weston Longville Parish Council

  • ACC 2021/155
  • Temporary
  • 1943-1981

2 x Weston Longville Parish Council minutes books:

• March 1943-July 1957.

• February 1958-September 1981.

Weston Longville Parish Council; 1894-; Weston Longville, Norfolk

Box 1

Includes deeds for land at Salter's Lode, marriage settlement of Revd. John Howard and Ann Etheridge 1814, map of Charles Browne's estate at Ashwellthorpe and Fundenhall, 1831.

Box 3

Includes deeds for the King's Head Wymondham, 1818-1857, property of Wymondham Congregational Church on Fairland Streetc 1955, manor court book for Fundenhall Rectory, indexed, 1649-1771.

Box 4

includes Wymondham deeds 19th-20th century, settlement of the estates of John Howard Elder 1805, file for the sale of the Theatre Royal in Lowestoft, 1980s.

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