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Papers of the PCC of St Margaret's Old Catton

  • ACC 2021/19
  • Temporary
  • 2007-2021

PCC agendas, minutes and annual meeting papers. Annotated by the incumbent vicar. (Box 1 and 2)

Notably papers and plans for the reordering of the church 2007-2014. (Box 3)

Catton Ecclesiastical Parish; ?-; Catton, Norfolk

Copy conveyance of a house and garden in Heacham Park

Conveyance by the representatives of Charles Edward Strachan to Isabel, Marion and Margaret Thomson (with the agreement of Benjamin Gulley) of a cottage and garden in Heacham on the Hunstanton Road, adjacent to property of Arthur Neville-Rolfe, for £400. Includes an attached plan. The copy may well have belonged to Arthur Neville-Rolfe, since the deed gives a right of overflow of drainage onto his property. With note by David Neville-Rolfe giving background information about the deed and the ownership of the Heacham estate in the early twentieth century, nd [c 2014].

Block Plan of Carrow Works

  • ACC 2012/64
  • Temporary
  • nd [post 1938]

Shows railway tracks on the Carrow site.

Deeds and papers relating to Ainger's and Bacon's property on High Street, Holt (part of which is Lion House, later Betty's)

Deeds relating to copyhold property, Lion House and Warehouse, in Manor of Holt held by Ward family (including surrender by John Ward to John Ainger, 1861, and admission of Ainger, 1862), 1811-1862; will of John Ainger, 14 April 1869, probated 1872, copy will of Mary Ainger, 1898, inventory and valuation of personal property of Mary Ainger, 1899, glass insurance policy, property of A. Bacon (nephew of John and Mary Ainger), 1909; elevation of frontages of shops in Holt High Street with notes of work to be done for 'Brighter Holt', by Wearing & Hastings, architects, Norwich; shows Lion House (Betty's) and the Wool Shop of R. G. Bacon, 1960; newscutting about removal of lion from Lion House, 1984, photocopies of photographs of building work and renovations, 1983-1985, notes about history of the Ainger and Bacon families and their buildings in Holt, 2009.

Burials, 1813-1942, 2009

One burial only for 2009. With pasted in to the rear of the volume, colour-washed east elevation of the chantry, 1843 (noted as not being carried out) and a pencilled south elevation by Pugin, dated 1856, and loose in the volume, a scheme of churchyard burials as known, 1936. According to Revd Stuart Nairn, Rural Dean of Breckland, burials did take place in this churchyard between 1942-2009, but have not been recorded in the register (information received 29 January 2010).

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