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Maps relating to the Chet Valley Improvement and the River Blyth

  • ACC 2016/109
  • Temporary
  • c 1875

1) Sir Thomas Beachamp's marshes, Loddon, Hardley Cross, showing works done, nd
2) River Blyth from Blythburgh Bridge to Southwold Haven, 1831, surveyed by Adam Taylor Clarke of Keswick near Norwich, stamped England & Co. 29 Aug 18[7]5.
3) Sections referred to in the report of John P. Pearce, 13 Jan 1875 - Loddon to Hardley Cross

Business records of Mann Egerton & Co. Ltd, car dealers, coachworkers, manufacturers and electrical engineers

  • ACC 2016/61
  • Temporary
  • c 1899-1991

Includes Mann Egerton (ME) board minutes, 1905-1946, 1968-1973, AGM minutes, 1914-1970, GNC Mann & Co. minutes, 1905-07, memorandum of association and early partnership agreements, cash book and ledgers, 1905-06 and nd, trading and profit/loss accounts, 1910-1956, directors' salary registers, 1917-1938, minutes, letter book and ledgers of subsidiary companies, Botwoods, and Johnson, 1905-1913 and nd, licence registration record and refund books, 1940-1950s, aircraft delivery records, 1919, aircraft employees' weekly wages records, 1914, album of aircraft types manufactured by ME, c1919, in-house company magazines, The News Bulletin, 1930-1939, The Link, 1958-1966, 1970-1980, and the Newsman, 1987-1991, catalogues, advertising and other printed matter from ME, subsidiary companies and car manufacturers (Austin, etc.), nd, 1920-1960s, files of photographs, arranged by subject matter (cars of various types, board directors, other staff, furniture, garages and company premises, social events, etc.) and guard books of press cuttings, 1932-1973.

Box 1 - Files of breakdown truck conversions 1940s-1950s; subsidiary company's printed brochures and letter-headings.
Box 2 - Photo album of Mann Egerton designed WW1 aircraft; files of photographs of Bentley cars 1930s-1940s.
Box 3 - Early partnership deed 1902, agreements to 1920s-1966 and memorandum of association 1905; cash book 1904-1905.
Box 4 - 75th anniversary correspondence and memoranda, with company handbooks 1973.
Box 5 - File of photographs of ME built WW1 aircraft c 1919.
Box 6 - Misc. photos and catalogues of ME-built ambulances and other vehicles 1920s-1930s; files of articles re ME WW1 aircraft production.
Box 7 -File of photos and catalogues of ME-built wooden furniture for schools and institutions 1920s-1980.
Box 8 - Correspondence, memoranda and bulletins re ME company history.
Box 9 - File of press cuttings, memoranda and correspondence re 90th anniversary in 1989 and after 1980-2009.
Box 10 - ME Board minutes 1938-1940, 1968-1973 (access restricted until 1 Jan 2024.); GNC Mann & Co private ledger 1905-1907.
Box 11 - ME letter book 1903-1906; Botwoods ledger 1910-1913; survey of ME premises in Norwich, Ipswich, London and elsewhere, with plans and photographs of premises pasted in, 1948.
Box 12 - Photographs of ME directors, social events and exhibitions, 1975-1978; file of printed ME letter-heads and forms.
Box 13 - Photo albums of ME coachwork 1930s; and of the 75th anniversary 1973.
Box 14 - ME profit/loss accounts 1903 and trading accounts 1910-1956; publicity brochures, handbills and letter-heads.
Box 15 - Directors private salaries ledger 1917-1938; Board of directors' minutes 1942-1946.
Box 16 - Photos of ME sold cars (other than Rolls Royce and Bentley) c 1900-1930s; photos of early ME partners and of motor show trade stands c 1920s-1930s.
Box 17 - Austin car catalogues 1934-1955; file of photos of ME premises 1907-1930s; files of photos of Botwoods premises and products including a catalogue of non-motorised carriages nd [late 19th C].
Box 18 - Guardbook of press cuttings 1963-1973; mounted, large-format photos of a motor exhibition nd [mid-late 20th C].
Box 19 - Glass negative slides c 1910s of ME sold cars, early customers and their cars; in-house journal, 'ME News Bulletin' (unbound copies) 1930-1939.
Box 20 - Board of directors' minutes 1926-1930; licence and registration record book 1938-1940; licence refund register 1939-1961.
Box 21 - Aircraft delivery records 1919-1920; album of photos of ME aircraft types.
Box 22 - Licence and registration record books, 1950s-1950s; aircraft employees salaries accounts 1914-1927; bound copies of company in-house journals, 'ME News Bulletin' 1930-1939 and of 'The Link' 1958-1966.
Box 23 - Glass slide photos of early cars and showrooms c 1900; AGM minutes 1914-1970 with index to the minutes 1913-1919; car cost book 1922.
Box 24 - Board of directors' minutes 1905-1923.
Box 25 - Board of directors' minutes 1930-1938, 1940-1942.
Box 26 - Guardbook of press cuttings 1932-1962.
Box 27 - Large-format photos nd [mid-late 20th C]; in-house magazine, 'Newsman' 1987-1991.
Box 28 - 'The Link' in-house journal 1970-1980; miscellaneous photos.
Box 29 - File of large-format photos, subjects A-M (cars, showrooms, early employees).
Box 30 - File of large-format photos, subjects N-Z (cars, showrooms, early employees).
Box 31 - Album of photos of ME designed breakdown trucks/ambulances conversions 1940s-1950s.
Box 32 - Printed catalogues, engineering and garage services.
Box 33 - Photos of ME coachwork on Rolls Royce cars c 1907-1920.
Box 34 - Printed catalogues and dealers agreements 1920s-1940s.
Box 35 - Subsidiary companies ; Botwoods Ltd AGM minutes 1911-1972 and ledger 1916-1920; WH Johnson & Son Ltd minutes 1919-1972.
Box 36 - Photos of ME board directors and Head Office staff, captioned but undated [c 1966-1980s] and of presentations to staff, exhibitions and social events 1979-1985.

Mann Egerton & Co. Ltd; 1905-; car dealers, coachworkers, manufacturers and electrical engineers; Norwich, Norfolk

Records of Burgh Castle Parish Council

  • ACC 2019/220
  • Temporary
  • 2006-2017

Minutes 2008-2011, 2015-2017
Financial papers year end 2006-2012

Burgh Castle Parish Council; 1926-1973; Burgh Castle, Norfolk

Diss Methodist circuit

  1. Register of Deeds
  2. Statistics of chapels – 1990, 1995
  3. Release and distribution of Trusts – 2006-08
  4. Quinquennial reports – 1985-89
  5. W. Garrod's notes of Diss Circuit history and details of celebration of the jubilee of the school room in 1933 with photographs
  6. plan - April-June 1944 (photocopy)
  7. Transfer of chapels from Diss to Attleborough Circuit – 1956 – newspaper cutting

Diss Methodist Church

  1. Organ scheme – 1977-79
  2. Correspondence regarding trial of Howard Duncan – 1997

Kenninghall Methodist Church
Certificate for Religious Worship - 1854
Certificate for Solemnisation of Marriage – 1857
Correspondence about burial ground – 1931
Resignation of Trustees – 1929
Appointment of Trustees – 1951
Calling in of promissory note – 1847
Grant for alteration of chapel – 1872
Plan – 1883
Bills for repairs – 1934
Electricity correspondence and plan – 1947
Memorandum – 1952

Winfarthing Methodist Church
Registration certificate of chapel – 1854
Letters from Wesleyan Chapel Committee regarding enlargement of chapel – 1898, 1899
Plan
Wesleyan Chapel Committee memorandum – 1931,
Letters – 1889, 1891, 1899
Release of trustees – 1906
Enlargement of chapel, erection of school - 1891
Certificate for solemnisation of marriages - 1906
Property papers – 1947-72
Copy of article in Methodist Recorder

Mellis Methodist Church

  1. Trustees' minute book – 1955-62 with list of new Trustees – 1953
  2. Plan

Diss Christian Council – 1974

Shelfanger Methodist Church
Graveyard survey – n/d

North Lopham Methodist Church
Graveyard survey – n/d

Bressingham Methodist Church – Note of liberty given to Rose Scott – 1917 for Diss PM Circuit

Botesdale Methodist Church – statement of renovation scheme – 1913

Wickham Skeith Methodist Church
Receipt of cost of conveyance of land - 1859
Copy of indenture - 1859
Building specifications – n/d
Certificate of Religious Worship – 1861
Letter from Wesleyan Chapel Committee re right of way – 1884
Resignation of trustees and new appointments -1930, 1951
List of trustees – 1951
Plan and statement by minister of legal position of land and chapel - 1968
OS plan of village and position of chapel
Sale papers

Diss Methodist Church

  1. Opening of new Methodist Church - 1964 - & newspaper cuttings, ticket of admission etc
  2. Booklet compiled by J. Duncan and letter – 1966
  3. Newspaper cuttings – 1958-68
  4. Letters – archives of Long Stratton and Sunday school statistics borrowed by Norfolk Archaeological Society and not returned to Circuit – 1973

Diss Methodist Circuit

  1. Plan – July-Oct. 1933,, July-Oct. 1934
  2. Letter – sale of manse – 1956

Thrandeston Methodist Church – sale papers – 1971-73

Diss Methodist Circuit; fl 1779-2009; Diss, Norfolk

Papers relating to the papers of the Scates family

Papers relating to the Papers of the Scates family – Rev. Gardiner Scates, Wesleyan Methodist minister, Mrs Annie Scates and Miss Ethel Scates of Botesdale

  1. Gift of Mowbray House, Botesdale to Diss Methodist Circuit – 1944-58
  2. Various papers – receipt for deposit on property at Botesdale - 1878
    notice to quit house – 1881
    legal agreement between Charles Cornish of Botesdale and Annie E.
    Scates about a wall – 1883
    assessment for Income Tax – 1882
    letter re Income Tax – 1882
    notice – re-opening of Wesleyan Methodist Church, Botesdale -1907
    various letters to Mrs Annie Scates – 1876, 1878, 1911, 1915
    newspaper cutting – death of Clementina Abbot – n/d
    letter to Rev. Gardiner Scates – 1874
    photograph of Mrs Scates' grave
  3. Newspaper cuttings and synopsis of Annie Scates' life
  4. Mrs Annie Scates' mother's marriage certificate – 1843
  5. Copy of letter by M.J. Scott (daughter of Wesleyan Methodist minister J. Scott) of Kimberley describing the Boer siege – March 1900.
  6. Apprenticeship indenture of Gardiner Scates – 1860
  7. Letters of Administration given to Mrs Annie Scates, widow of Gardiner Scates – 1878
  8. Diary of Rev. Gardiner Scates – January 1877 (died February 1877 at Bloemfontein,Orange Free State)
  9. Autograph book of Mrs Annie Scates
  10. Autograph book of Miss Ethel Scates
  11. Photographs and postcards – various belonging to Miss Ethel Scates
  12. Biographies of the Scates family.
  13. Booklet by J. Duncan 1965 – summary of 'The Tale of the Years' with added notes.
  14. Notebook of W. Garrod (?) - Methodism in the Diss area
  15. Notebook of W. Garrod (?) – nonconformity in the Diss area
  16. Notebook of W. Garrod (?) – nonconformity in the Diss area
  17. Letters to W. Garrod – 1962-66
  18. Fersfield Methodist Church – concert programme – 1965
  19. Letter signed by H. Durrant - 1904

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.

Palmers department store additional records

  • ACC 2021/7
  • Temporary
  • c 1900-c 2009

Contains deeds relating to shop premises in Great Yarmouth and photographs of shop/shop displays in Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft and Bury St Edmunds.

Palmers Department Store; 1837-2020; retailer; Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

ACC 2021/7: Box 1

Deeds relating to the Palmers site in Great Yarmouth. Sites and rows mentioned include numbers/rows: 21, 22 and 23, Row 54; 9, row 56; 10, 11, 15, 22, Row 58; 3, 4, 10, 11, 12-12a, 14, Row 60 (11 envelopes)

Deeds and related documents concerning the freehold property known as The Walker Distillery, Market Place, Great Yarmouth and ? related to part of row 56, c 1921-1961 (1 folder).

Copies of plot plans, sale particulars and historical notes taken mainly from deeds and trade directories (not in file) relating to 37, Market Place, Great Yarmouth and also some relating to 27-28, row 54 (1 envelope).

Photographs of 170th anniversary celebrations, Great Yarmouth (1 album).

Photographs of shop (formerly called Chadd's) and shop displays/windows, Lowestoft, c 2009 (2 albums).

Photographs of shop and shop displays, Bury St Edmunds, c 2009 (1 album).

Palmers Department Store; 1837-2020; retailer; Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

Box 7

Church of All Saints, Stuston (2007)
Culford Hall School [1&2] (2003)
Church of St Mary and Lambert, Stonham Aspal (2005)
Holland House (the old rectory), Huntingfield (2005)
Martello Tower Y, Bawdsey (2001)
Martello Tower U, Felixstowe Ferry (2000)
Church of St Mary the Virgin, Bawdsey (2011)
Church of St Mary the Virgin, Bawdsey (2013)
Glemham Hall, Little Glemham (2005)
Church of St Mary, Mendlesham (2004)
Thorpeness Resort Village, Aldringham (1994)
Former Ridgeon's Office Building, Halesworth (2006)
The Gardens House, Ickworth (2009)
Farm Buildings at Snow's Hall, Hubbard's Hill, Peasenhall (2012)
Snow's Hall Hubbard's Hill, Peasenhall (2011)
The Round House, Ickworth Park (2009)
The Round House and its outbuilding, Ickworth Park [supplement] (2010)
Freston Tower (2003)
Church of Immaculate and St Edmund, Withermarsh Green (2007)
Whitwell House, Melton (2013)
Church of All Saints, Ramsholt (2014)
Cobbins Barn, Great Glemham (2014)
Church of St Margaret, main and supplementary report, Syleham (2013&2014)
Church of St Mary, main and supplementary report, Ufford (2010&2011)
Outbuilding to the North of School Cottage, South Elmham St Cross (2013)
32 High Street, Saxmundham (2010)

Additional correspondence and other files of the Norfolk Archaeological Trust re the St Benet's Abbey, Caistor St Edmund School walk,Burgh Castle Interpretation and BurnhamNorton Friary Projects

  • ACC 2022/22
  • Temporary
  • 2010-2014

Trustees' correspondence, administrative files and copy minutes of the Trust:
Box 1 - St Benet's Abbey HLF conservation access and community Project, correspondence 2010
Box 2 - St Benet's Abbey correspondence, Jun-2010-Jun 2011; Feb 2011-Jan 2012; Nov 2011-Aug 2012; and Aug 2012-Mar 2013
Box 3 - St Benet's Abbey visitor surveys and sketches for frames project 2013; tenders for the interpretive element of the project; site plans 2012; correspondence Mar 2013-2014; Nov 2013-May 2014 and Mar-May 2014.
Box 4 - Burgh Castle Interpretation Project, correspondence 2010; correspondence 2011; and general correspondence 2011-2012;
Burnham Norton Friary general correspondence 2010-2011
Caistor St Edmund correspondence 2012; correspondence 2012-2013 and the School Improvement Walk (bridge over the River Tas project) correspondence 2014.

Norfolk Archaeological Trust; 1923-; Norfolk

Additional records of Carlton Colville Parochial Church Council

  • ACC 2022/65
  • Temporary
  • 1794-2021

Includes; register of baptisms, faculty papers, glebe terriers, 1794-1955, both Carlton Colville and Rushmere PCC minutes, and Carlton Colville rector, Canon Reginald Augustus Bignold's notes and journal of village life through WW1 and afterwards, and also his collection of photographs of local men who served in the British Army in WW1 and of local scenes

Carlton Colville Ecclesiastical Parish; ?-; Carlton Colville, Suffolk

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