- BR 379/ACC 2000/106
- 19th century-20th century
Samuel Jarrold was the second son of John Jarrold II. He was married twice, first to Mary Turner, with whom he had two children, Samuel John James (known as John) and Mary Jane. After his wife's death, Samuel married Elizabeth Louisa Fisher, ...
Thomas Jarrold was the fourth son of John Jarrold II. He was married twice, first in 1844, to cousin Maria Smith, daughter of his father's former business partner Benjamin Smith, with whom he had two daughters, Maria Elizabeth (Eliza) and Han...
Items mainly relating to Herbert John Jarrold, known as John, with a smaller number of associated items relating to his first wife, Catherine Grace Jarrold, known as Grace.There is a brief biography of HJJ in JJPM brochure in box 179.There are fur...
(Herbert) John Jarrold; fl 1936-1974; Mayor of Norwich; Norwich, Norfolk, and Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Box 1Folders of numbered small drawings relating to drainage schemes, etc.,at least 1939-1974, numbered 1-8000 Mainly East Suffolk and Norfolk River Board.Boxes 2-82,075 plans. These boxes are unsorted.
East Suffolk and Norfolk River Board; 1952-1965
This section contains copies of Robert Harper's artwork and a published article, 'How the 'Bag O' Bolts' Got Its Name'.
Robert 'Bob' Harper; fl 1941-1945; USAAF airman; USA
This section contains papers relating to the history of the 389th Bomb Group and Hethel airbase.
This section contains papers relating to Jonathan Smith's research into the 389th Bomb Group.
This section contains papers relating to Earl Zimmerman's service history, including his internment in Turkey.
Earl Zimmerman; 1923-2012; USAAF airman; Indiana, USA
This section contains the research papers of Ian Hawkins. His research into the 392nd Bomb Group included mid-air collisions and air crashes. He also collected memoirs, and other papers, relating to individual airmen.
This section contains records donated to the 2nd Air Division Memorial Library by anonymous records creators and donors (who may have been the creator of the archive, or a relative or friend of the creator).
USAAF shoulder patches and Carlson crew photographs.
K.William 'Bill' Carlson; fl 1941-1945; USAAF airman; USA
This section contains a photograph of the 434th Fighter Squadron patch.
USAAF, 479th Fighter Group; 1943-1945; Wattisham, Suffolk