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Records of Neville Pearson & Co., King's Lynn

  • ACC 2015/233
  • Temporary
  • 19th century-20th century

Variety of deeds re King's Lynn area, including many for 25 & 26 Tuesday Market Place. includes conveyances and manorial admissions.

King's Lynn Methodist Circuit; Lynn Primitive Methodist Circuit; Lynn Wesleyan Methodist Circuit and Diss Methodist Circuit (now Thetford, Diss and Mildenhall Methodist Circuit) additional records

  • ACC 2019/216
  • Temporary
  • 1820-2014

King's Lynn Methodist Circuit: Circuit file relating to London Road (St James) Methodist Church, King's Lynn including life stories, newspaper cuttings, photographs and documents about its history and membership, compiled c 1990 onwards (1 file). Circuit file relating to Blackborough End Chapel, King's Lynn; Clenchwarton Methodist Church and Gayton Methodist Church, compiled c 1990 onwards (1 file). Circuit file relating to the following: Highgate Methodist Church, King's Lynn; London Road South Methodist Church/Chapel, King's Lynn; Narborough Methodist Chapel; North End Methodist Chapel, King's Lynn; North Lynn Methodist Church, King's Lynn; Pott Row, Grimston, Methodist Church; St Mary's Methodist Church, Wiggenhall St German, compiled c 1990 onwards (1 file). Presentation book compiled for Mrs Goodson and containing names of members of the Women's Total Abstinence League, 1915, with newspaper cuttings loosely inserted (1 volume and loose papers).

Lynn Primitive Methodist Circuit: reports to District Meetings, 1946, 1849, 1852-64 and 1867, with Magdalen Chapel Schedule, 1857 (1 folder).

Lynn Wesleyan Methodist Circuit: documents relating to Benjamin Smith's Charity (1 envelope).

Diss Methodist Circuit (now Thetford, Diss and Mildenhall Methodist Circuit): property papers and plan, 1995-2014 (1 envelope).

King's Lynn Methodist Circuit; c 1934-2007; King's Lynn, Norfolk

Bradfer-Lawrence Collection

  • BL
  • Archief
  • [12th century]-20th century

The Bradfer-Lawrence collection is rich and varied, ranging from medieval manuscripts to nineteenth-century business records. There are many groups of deeds and records of Norfolk families, and also papers relating to local and national government. The largest single group of papers relates to the Bagge family of Gaywood and their estates. Important smaller groups relate to a number of leading local families including Bacon of Stiffkey, Townshend of Raynham, and Paston, Earls of Yarmouth.

The principal series and categories are as follows:

Abstracts of Title, Sale Particulars, etc., [1632]-1947, BL/AB
Estate Papers and Deeds of the Adamson family of Wereham in Garboisthorpe, Shouldham, Stradsett, Crimplesham, Tilney St Lawrence, etc., 15th century-18th century, BL/AD
Antiquarian Papers, 17th century-20th century, BL/AQ
Bacon of Stiffkey, 1556-1621, BL/BC
Papers of Edward Milligen Beloe, senior, and Edward Milligen Beloe, junior, solicitors and antiquaries of King's Lynn, 19th century-20th century, BL/BE
Bagge Family, 18th century-20th century, BL/BG
Browne of King's Lynn Papers, 1680-1796, BL/BR
Castle Rising, 17th century-20th century, BL/CR
Philip Case Papers, [1423]-20th century, BL/CS
Drainage, Harbours and Navigation, 1320-20th century, BL/DR
Miscellaneous Deeds collected by Harry Bradfer-Lawrence BL/DV
Dixon of Islington, 16th century-1812, BL/DX
Everard of King's Lynn, 1646-1901, BL/EV
Families, Individuals, Autographs, 16th century-20th century, BL/F
National and Local Government, 1568-1858, BL/GT
Hamond of Westacre, 1527-1914, BL/HA
Antiquarian Papers of Revd George Hunt Holley, 19th century-20th century, BL/HO
Inclosure Papers, [1779]-1847, BL/IN
King's Lynn, [14th century]-20th century, BL/KL
Harry Lawrence Bradfer-Lawrence Papers, 19th century-20th century, BL/LW
Manorial Records, 13th century-20th century, BL/MA
Miscellanea, 1300-20th century, BL/MC
Medieval Deeds, 12th century-19th century, BL/MD
Letters and Papers of Revd George Munford [d 1871], vicar of East Winch, relating to Natural History and Antiquarian Topics, 19th century, BL/MF
Original Series of Deeds, 13th century-20th century, BL/O
MS transcripts of Parish Registers and Register Bills, mainly by Revd George Hunt Holley, [16th century-19th century], BL/PR
Religious and Charitable Foundations, [12th century]-19th century, BL/R
Records of the King's Lynn solicitors, Archer and Archer, and their predecessors, 1828-1930, BL/SL
Surveys, Reference Books and Plans, 16th century-20th century, BL/SY
Townshend Papers, 1660-nd [c 1853], BL/T
Tithe Records, 1609-20th century, BL/TI
Turnpikes, 18th century-19th century, BL/TP
Walpole of Houghton, 13th century-20th century, BL/WA
Title Deeds to property in Weeting on the Norfolk/Suffolk border, 17th century-19th century, BL/WG
Norfolk will extracts by Revd George Hunt Holley from the Norfolk and Norwich Archdeaconry Courts, the Norwich Consistory Court and the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, [14th century-18th century], BL/WL
Wyche of Hockwold Hall, 1676-1841, BL/WY
The Yarmouth Letters, 1660-1688, BL/Y
Maps and Plans, 16th century-20th century
Aerial Photographs, [? 1930s], [12th century]-20th century

Harry Lawrence Bradfer-Lawrence; 1887-1965; antiquary; King's Lynn, Norfolk

Charles Hawkins and Sons of King's Lynn and Downham Market, Chartered Surveyors, Auctioneers, Valuers and Land Agents

  • BR 263
  • Archief
  • 1910-1980

Charles Hawkins, land agent for the Pratts at Ryston, first established an estate agency in Downham Market in 1869. By 1875 he had merged his business with that of and old-established King's Lynn estate agent, Robinson Cruso (Cruso and Son), the new firm, Cruso and Hawkins having offices in both Downham Market and King's Lynn. In 1883 Hawkins struck out on his own again and established his estate agency at premises in the Tuesday Market Place, King's Lynn. He also retained the office in his home town of Downham Market. By 1904 his son, Launcelot Goulder Hawkins, had joined the office at Downham Market and by 1908 the business was known as Charles Hawkins and Sons. Charles himself died soon afterwards but his sons and in particular Launcelot continued the business. Launcelot became (like his father before him) a local magistrate and also continued to operate as land agent to individual estates. In 1922 the firm were land agents for the estates at Oxborough, Caldecote, Boughton, Hockwold, Feltwell, Bagthorpe, Fincham and Stradsett.

The firm continued to operate in both Downham Market and at the Bank Chambers, Tuesday Market Place, King's Lynn throughout the 20th century until it was purchased by the owners of the Black Horse Agencies (who nevertheless retained the name of Charles Hawkins).

Charles Hawkins and Sons of King's Lynn and Downham Market; 1869-?; chartered surveyors and auctioneers; Downham Market and King's Lynn, Norfolk

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