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Environment Agency maps and plans relating to Norfolk and Bedfordshire

The records comprise plans of King's Lynn Harbour, the River Ouse, the Eau Brink Cut, the Hundred Foot River, Norfolk Estuary, the Marsh Cut and Babingley River Cut and sewerage schemes for South Lynn, West Lynn and Gaywood, 1791-1939; plans relating to the River Great Ouse and the River Ivel in Bedfordshire, 1822-1946.

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

Cruso and Wilkin valuation books, addl

  • ACC 2021/176
  • Temporary
  • 1860-c 1995

Includes farm, estate and probate valuations. There are gaps in the volume sequence and dates covered.

Cruso & Wilkin; 1756- ; estate agent; King's Lynn, Norfolk

Additional records of the North west Norfolk Conservative Association

  • ACC 2021/207
  • Temporary
  • 1945-1987

8 large scrapbooks of local press (EDP, EEN and Lynn News and advertiser) cuttings re local politics, party news and the doings of the Association and local MPs.

North West Norfolk Conservative Association; fl 1926-; political association; Norfolk

Box 1

Norwich Inner Ring Road - Phase Three (1989)
Cavick House Wymondham (nd)
Geldeston Hall (1990)
The National Trust Eastern Region Historic Buildings Database V1.2 (1991)
Cromer Beach Railway Station (1991)
Roman Catholic Churches and Chapels, East Anglia Diocese [Cambs, Norf, Suff] (1997)
29 Surrey Street, Norwich (1997)
Whitehorse or Lusher's Cottage, Attleborough (1998)
Machinery in Windpumps of the Norfolk Broads (1999)
Majestic Cinema, King's Lynn (1999)
The Great Hospital, Norwich (Mar 2001, Sept 2001, 2002)
Bishop Salmon's porch (2002)
Norwich City Walls at River Lane (nd)
The Great Hospital, Norwich (2002)
Blickling Hall, East Forecourt Wing (2001)
High House, Fordham (2000)
Clifton House, King's Lynn [1&2] (2002)

Box 2

Stiffkey Old Hall [1&2] (2002)
Church of St Andrew, Themelthorpe (nd)
The Walks, King's Lynn (2000)
Church Farmhouse, Plumstead (2001)
Broadland District Council, survey of buildings identified for spot listing (2002)
1&1A St Andrews Hill, Norwich (2003)
Gurney Court, Norwich (2003)
Mergate Farmhouse, Bracon Ash (2003)
Read's Flour Mill (Albion Mills) site, Norwich (2003)
Greyfriars Tower and precinct, King's Lynn (2003)
Nos 63-67A Bethel Street, Norwich (2003)

Box 4

Church of our Lady of Consolation and St Stephen, Lynford (2006)
Church of St Mary, Gissing (2006)
Norwich Youth Venue (former Barclay's bank), Norwich [parts 1, 2A & 2B] (2006)
Church of St Nicholas, Fundenhall (2007)
Former Farm Buildings, Heath Farm, Blofield (2007)
The Cumberland Hotel, Norwich (2007)
The Friary, Little Walsingham (2007)
Nos. 120-140 King Street, Norwich (2008)
Dowson First and Mile Cross Middle Schools, Mile Cross (2008)
Church of All Saints, King's Lynn (2008)
Norwich City Walls at Bullclose Road (2008)
Norwich City Walls at Bakers Road (2008)
Church of St Mary, Hackford (2008)
South Boundary Wall at St Martin's at Oak Wall Lane, Norwich (2008) plus supplementary report

King's Lynn and Gaywood development plans

  • ACC 2022/14
  • Temporary
  • 1965-1966

One report on the Gaywood Clock area. One report on King's Lynn Broad Street shopping district. One report on Central King's Lynn. Three accompanying plans.

King's Lynn Borough, Town Clerk's Department; ?-1974; King's Lynn, Norfolk

Additional Norfolk and elsewhere title deeds collected by Adrian H. Head

  • ACC 2022/57
  • Temporary
  • 1405-c 1875

Includes title to properties in King Lynn and South Lynn, Wiggenhall St Mary, Hingham and in Burnham Westgate, Norfolk. Also includes deeds to properties in Eton, Berkshire; Boreham (with several 15th C deeds), Toppesfield , Southminster and Theydon Bois in Essex; Withington and Charlton Abbotts, Gloucestershire; Alvestoke in Gosport, Liss and Bishop's Waltham, Hampshire; Much Hadham, Herts; Littlebourne, Kent; St Giles in the Fields and elsewhere in Middlesex, with partnership articles of Cook and Spavin of London, tea-dealers, 1837; Wardington, Oxon; Cheddleton, Staffs; St Clement's parish, Ipswich, Suffolk; Kenilworth, Warwickshire; Kirkburton, West Yorks and deeds re bushland in Canterbury Province, New Zealand (Dampnier family), 1836-1880. Also includes clergy papers of Samuel Bennett of Gt Wakering, Essex and Walton on the Hill, Surrey, and a pocket book of housekeeping and farming accounts in Little Shelford, Cambs, possibly connected to William Bradley and a Mrs King, 1828-1832.
Though roughly sorted into county bundles, it is likely that two or more of these bundles will relate to each other. More detailed work, identifying the chronological sequence of the parties to the deeds would be needed to establish any such links before any deeds are transferred to other repositories.

Adrian Herbert Head; 1923-2012; barrister, Norfolk circuit judge; Burnham Overy, Norfolk

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