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Photocopy of isometric drawing of Norwich Cathedral by John T. MacNaughton-Jones

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Based on a measured plan by Mr A. B. Whittingham for his historical guide published by Norfolk Archaeology in 1938 and on an aerial photograph over which Mr A. P. Baggs had drawn a tracing showing his research on what was thought to have been the ...

John T. Macnaughton-Jones; fl 1963-2018; illustrator; Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire

Coroner's Inquests

1. Alfred Grieves, age 5, 6 January 1826, The Trowel and Hammer, St Stephen. On 21 December 1825 he was left alone with one other child in his mother's cottage, situated in the parish of Lakenham, and he ventured too close to the fire and his...

Coroner's Inquests

1. James Taylor, age 26, 11 January 1814, The Red House, All Saints. He was suddenly seized with a fit of apoplexy and died instantly. Verdict: Visitation of God.2. Female infant, age not given, 15 March 1814, The Recruiting Sergeant, St Stephen. ...

Coroner's Inquests

1. John Adams, age 46, 1 January 1834, house of Robert Palmer, The Trumpet Inn, St Stephen. On 19 December whilst employed to attend a horse machine, property of Mary Mack of St Giles, whose purpose was to cut hay he passed the draft of one horse ...

Coroner's Inquests

1. George Smith, an infant, 3 January 1833, house of John Leeds, The King's Head, St Saviour. In a room or apartment belonging to his father, whilst playing with three other children, a kettle of boiling water was thrown down from the fire pl...

Coroner's Inquests

1. Sarah Ann Bolton, an infant, 4 January 1831, house of Thomas Barnaby Engall, The Flickered Bull, St Michael at Thorn. Having been taken out she died in her mother's arms some distance from home. Reports were circulated that all was not rig...

Coroner's Inquests

1. Elizabeth Wiffen, age not given, 3 January 1830, house of Peter Woods, The Lock and Key, St John Sepulchre. She was found dead on the floor or hearth of her residence. Verdict: Visitation of God.2. John Browne, late of Felthorpe, age 45, 9 Janu...

Coroner's Inquests

1. Thomas Lingwood, age 7, 6 January 1829, house of Martin Friend, The King's Head, St Stephen. On 5 January at a dwelling house in the parish of St Michael at Thorn he lit a piece of paper in the fire, which he held in his hand. His shirt ac...

Coroner's Inquests

1. Ann Butler, age 40, 7 May 1827, The Trumpet, St Stephen. Whilst alone in her apartment situated in the parish of St Michael Coslany, by her fireside, her clothes caught fire, Died at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital. Verdict: Accidental death.2...

Coroner's Inquests

1. Thomas Clifton, age 6, 1 January 1823, The George, St Stephen. On 29 December 1822 whilst alone in a room in his father's house in Heigham he ventured too close to the fire and his clothes caught fire. Died at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospi...

Coroner's Inquests

1. William Gillings Webb, age 14, 5 January 1821, Langley. He was on the ice on the River Wensum at Langley Short Reach in the parish of Langley. The ice gave way and he fell into the water and was drowned. Verdict: Accidental death.2. Elizabeth T...

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1. William Baxter of St Augustine, age 17, 1 January 1820, The Cow, St Martin at Oak. Whilst at work in Mr Wyeth's marl pit situated in the parish of St Clement, in the company of Samuel Andrews and Henry Pattey a jamb of marl, 8 or 9 feet in...

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