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  1. Garboldisham Primitive Methodist
  2. Graveston Primitive Methodist
  3. Gayton Primitive Methodist
  4. Gayton Thorpe Primitive Methodist
  5. Gaywood Assemblies of God. Demolished. No photographs.
  6. Gillingham Roman Catholic, including press-cutting re Italianate building design, 1991.
  7. Gissing Wesleyan Methodist
  8. Gooderstone Wesleyan Methodist
  9. Gorleston Baptist (ex-strict and particular)
  10. Gorleston United Reformed Church (ex Congregational.)
  11. Gorleston Congregational. Demolished. No photographs.
  12. Gorleston United Free Methodist (ex Wesleyan Methodist)
  13. Gorleston Countess of Huntingdon's Connection. Demolished. No photographs.
  14. Gorleston Primitive Methodist (Beccles Road)
  15. Gorleston Primitive Methodist
  16. Gorleston Primitive Methodist. Demolished. No photographs.
  17. Gorleston United Free Methodist. Demolished. No photographs.
  18. Gorleston Methodist, Magdalen Way Chapel
  19. Gorleston Ebenezer
  20. Gorleston Plymouth Brethren. Demolished. No photographs. (Oddfellow's Hall)
  21. Gorleston Royal National Mission to Deep Sea Fishermen
  22. Gorleston Gospel Hall
  23. Gorleston Roman Catholic
  24. Gresham Primitive Methodist
  25. Gressenhall Primitive Methodist
  26. Grimston Wesleyan Methodist
  27. Grimston Primitive Methodist
  28. Guestwick Congregational, including RCHM notes re chapel and fittings with detailed plans and elevations of building.
  29. Gunthorpe Wesleyan Methodist

Grimston Primitive Methodist Church; ?-?; Christian denomination; Grimston, Norfolk

Files: M

  1. Marham Wesleyan Methodist
  2. Marham Primitive Methodist
  3. Marlingford United Free Methodist. Demolished. No photographs.
  4. Marsham Primitive Methodist
  5. Marshland St James Primitive Methodist
  6. Martham Primitive Methodist
  7. Martham Primitive Methodist
  8. Martham Baptist
  9. Great Massingham Wesleyan Methodist
  10. Great Massingham Primitive Methodist
  11. Great Massingham United Free Methodist
  12. Mattishall Society of Friends (Quakers), including photocopy of 19th century plan of burial ground.
  13. Mattishall United Reformed Church (ex Congregational)
  14. Mattishall Congregational
  15. Mattishall Primitive Methodist
  16. Mattishall Primitive Methodist
  17. Melton Constable Mission Hall
  18. Methwold Wesleyan Methodist
  19. Methwold Hythe Wesleyan Methodist
  20. Middleton Wesleyan Methodist
  21. Middleton Mission Hall, Fair Green
  22. Middleton Methodist, Fair Green
  23. Mileham Wesleyan Methodist
  24. Mileham Gospel Hall (ex Primitive Methodist)
  25. Morley St Botolph Primitive Methodist
  26. Moulton, Great Evangelical (ex Baptist), including architect's plans and elevations of new chapel, 1986, and press-cutting re removal of old iron building to the Museum of East Anglian Life at Stowmarket, c 1990.
  27. Mulbarton Primitive Methodist
  28. Mundford Wesleyan Methodist
  29. Mundesley Wesleyan Methodist
  30. Mundesley Evangelical, including booklet re history of cause, 1993.
  31. Mundham Primitive Methodist

Marham Wesleyan Methodist Church; ?-?; Christian denomination; Marham, Norfolk

Files: L

  1. Lammas Society of Friends (Quakers)
  2. Langham Methodist
  3. Langley Wesleyan Methodist
  4. Larking Wesleyan Methodist
  5. Lenwade Wesleyan Methodist
  6. Lenwade Primitive Methodist, including architect's copy plans and elevations, 1982
  7. Lenwade Methodist
  8. Lessingham Primitive Methodist
  9. Letheringsett Primitive Methodist
  10. Limpenhoe Primitive Methodist, including press-cutting re closure, 1994.
  11. Lingwood Primitive Methodist. No photographs.
  12. Lingwood Primitive Methodist
  13. Litcham Primitive Methodist
  14. Litcham United Free Methodist
  15. Little Barningham Methodist
  16. Little Cressingham Wesleyan Methodist
  17. Little Snoring Primitive Methodist
  18. Loddon Wesleyan Methodist
  19. Loddon Primitive Methodist
  20. Longham United Free Methodist, including sale particulars, nd
  21. Long Stratton Congregational
  22. Long Stratton Wesleyan Methodist
  23. North Lopham Wesleyan Methodist
  24. North Lopham Primitive Methodist
  25. South Lopham Christian Brethren (ex Baptist)
  26. Ludham Baptist. Demolished. No photographs.
  27. Ludham Wesleyan Methodist
  28. Ludham Primitive Methodist
  29. Lyng Primitive Methodist

Ludham Wesleyan Methodist Church; ?-?; Christian denomination; Ludham, Norfolk

Young Chronic Sick Ward

Capital scheme to build a new ward for younger, chronic, sick patients.

Includes plans and equipment schemes.

Norwich Roman Catholic Cathedral of St John the Baptist Architects' Drawings: the Scotts

  • RC 1
  • Arquivo
  • 1882-1914

Architects' drawings up to 1907, plus some architectural material. The majority of the drawings listed here are by the two Scotts. Some are signed and dated but many are not and their styles were so similar that no attempt has been made to distinguish them. The other principal hand is presumably that of another member of the firm who specialised on the engineering side. A number of the plans are drawn by one hand and annotated by another and occasional notes are added probably by Thomas Burton, the clerk of works at Norwich.

Norwich Roman Catholic Cathedral of St John the Baptist; 1884-; Norwich, Norfolk

Guanock Terrace

Summary of work: New bakers oven
Additional information:
Building owner/Applicant:
Architect/Builder: John J. Bone

Deeds and papers re the Walcot Hall estate, Diss, and the Manning family, 1751-1922.

Inc. deeds of messuages and land held of the manors of Heywood Hall and Diss with Members which passed by the Spurdens and Woodward families to the Mannings, executorship accounts and papers and inventory of Ruth Rudd of Diss, 1816-1817, inc. doctor's bill, and plans for alteration to the Hall, 1922 (Sydney Naish, architect). Found with the same, an account to Robert Bransby for manorial charges at Debenham, Suffolk, 1688, and an anonymous 'Elegy on the Death of Mrs Bonfoy', nd [? 18th century].

Ruth Rudd; fl 19th century; Diss, Norfolk

Jessopp Road United Reformed Church

  • FC 170
  • Arquivo
  • 1926-2000

Norwich (Jessop Road) United Reformed Church (formerly Congregational); ?-?; Christian denomination; Norwich, Norfolk

Papers relating to Norwich Electric Tramway

  • ACC 2021/95
  • Temporary
  • 1902

Correspondence and petition regarding stopping places at Castle Meadow, with plan and newspaper cutting.

Unknown

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