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Records of the Norfolk Archaeological Trust

  • SO 300
  • Archief
  • 1905-2023

Minutes, correspondence, management plans for Caistor St Edmund Roman Town and other property files, including the Greenland Fishery, King's Lynn.

Norfolk Archaeological Trust; 1923-; Norfolk

Swaffham Town Council

  • PC 263
  • Archief
  • 1928-2021

Minutes.

Swaffham Town Council; c 1894-; Swaffham, Norfolk

The papers of Miss [Doris] Mary Daplyn as gathered by the executor of her will

  • MC 2612
  • Archief
  • 1875-2008

Records relate to the Bushell, Baldwin, Aungier and Daplyn families of Thursford, Great Snoring, and Little Snoring, and include: Funeral cards and obituaries; Pensthorpe Parish minutes; records relating to Joseph Bushell, Thursford farmer; Farm day books of Green Farm, Thursford; Thursford Threshing Contractor's accounts ledger; Sale bill for two dwellings at The Loke, Great Snoring; Ration books; Papers requisitioning land for aerodrome at Little Snoring; Copy of order concerning boundary alteration to form new Parish of Thursford; newspaper article concerning an act of fraud committed against Miss [Doris] Mary Daplyn; and a family tree of the Bushell, Baldwin, Aungier, and Daplyn families.

Personal Papers of Frank Smith, Air Raid Warden, and family of Cromer

  • MC 2596
  • Archief
  • 1890-1954

Comprises mainly ARP warden's log book and papers. Also includes: Handbill for two performances at Cromer Town Hall of The Royal Hand-Bell Ringers and Glee Men, 1890; Copies of The Grimston, Castle Rising, and Roydon Church Monthly magazine, 1898-1901; Ration books; and a childhood memoir of Woodton.

Frank Smith; fl 1939-1944; air raid warden; Cromer, Norfolk

Correspondence of Captain the Hon. Frederick Charteris and Lady Louisa Charteris, née Keppel

  • MC 3214
  • Archief
  • 1872-1905

Correspondence of Captain the Hon. Frederick Charteris (1836-1887), son of the 7th earl of Wemyss, and his wife Lady Louisa (1836-1936), née Keppel, daughter of the 6th earl of Albemarle. Both were talented amateur artists who exhibited at the Grosvenor Gallery. The majority of the letters were written while Frederick was shooting and fishing in Scotland. There is also a bundle of letters of condolence on his death in 1887, and a small group of miscellaneous letters addressed to Lady Louisa.

Royal equerry and Master of the Royal Household, the Hon. Derek William George Keppel's collection of photographs

  • MC 2615
  • Archief
  • 1877-1929

Albums of photographs of the Keppel (Earls of Albemarle) family, Derek Keppel (DK in the catalogue) with Edward, Prince of Wales, the Duke and Duchess of York, the royal entourage at home and abroad in various stately homes, including those at Quidenham, Elvedon, Hillington, Didlington, and Sandringham, race meetings around the country, Cowes week, etc. compiled by Derek Keppel and by his daughter, Victoria Winifred Keppel, 1877-1929
Most of the photographs are captioned, often naming individuals and places. Many of the photographs are early Kodak snaps taken by HRH Princess Victoria, one of Queen Victoria's daughters. Presumably, others were taken by royal officials and Keppel family members. Autograph signatures of members of the British royal family are also included.

Hon Derek William George Keppel; 1863-1944; Royal household and army officer; Kensington, London, and Godalming, Surrey, India

Albemarle of Quidenham Estate Collection

  • ALB
  • Archief
  • 1672-1965

The Quidenham estate was purchased in the 1760s by George Keppel, 3rd Earl of Albemarle, with prize money from the capture of Havana in 1762. The estate was greatly enlarged by purchases in the 1890s-1900s by Wilbraham, Earl Egerton of Tatton (1832-1909), whose daughter and heiress Gertrude Lucia married Arnold, 8th Earl of Albemarle.

Apart from Quidenham Hall and its immediate surroundings, the Quidenham Estate consisted in 1952 of about 7,000 acres across nine farms in Quidenham and adjacent parishes, that is, in Quidenham itself (Down Hill Farm and Home Farm), Kenninghall (Grove Farm, Cromwell House and Hall Farm), East Harling (Harling Hill Farm), Eccles (Hall Farm and Manor Farm) and Banham (The Moor).

Records in the Albemarle Ccollection include:
ALB/A - Deeds of Title to farms and property in Quidenham, Kenninghall, Banham, Eccles, and Snetterton, 1672-1934.
ALB/B - Manorial records, nd [1773]-1955, mainly for Winfarthing Manor (see also MC 1839 etc.).
ALB/E - Estate records, nd [1874]-1958: maps and plans, accounts, land agent's correspondence, ledgers, cash books, estate labour reports, farm reports, counterpart leases, shooting records, sale particulars.
ALB/G - Official records relating to schools on the Quidenham Estate and Quidenham Parish Meeting, 1894-1948
ALB/H - Family/Personal records, 1764-1965: Keppel correspondence (including of William Keppel (d. 1834) as governor of Martinique, and a group of letters about the education of Princess Charlotte of Wales, mainly addressed to her governess the Dowager Lady de Clifford, 1805-1808); Arnold Allan Cecil Keppel's memoirs of his service in the Second Boer War 1900
ALB/J - Collection of engravings and family photograph albums, including autographs of visitors staying at Quidenham and other country houses.
ALB/K - Printed and Miscellaneous papers, 1835-1960.

Keppel family; 1872-1922; Earl of Albemarle

Alburgh Voluntary Controlled (formerly National) School

  • C/ED 44
  • Archief
  • 1846-c 2002

Includes, inter alia, school log book, medical log book, infectious disease notification registers, letters books, correspondence, and stock and stores books.

Alburgh Voluntary Controlled (formerly National) School; 1847-

Manor court books from Holme Hale Rectory and other Norfolk manors

  • MC 3668, 1082X1
  • Archief
  • 1695-1965

1 Court book of the Manor of Holme Hale Rectory Liber A 1695-1745
2 Court book of the Manor of Holme Hale Rectory Liber B 1756-1841
3 Court book of the Manor of Holme Hale Rectory Liber C 1851-1928
with loose correspondence 1915
4 Manor of Smallburgh rental book 1819
5 Court book for Manor of East Bradenham Rectory 1847-1929
with loose surrender 1923
6 Court book for Manor of Uphall, Collards and Games in Ashill, 1871-1923
with loose surrenders 1914,1917
7 Printed auction catalogues of Manorial Lordships from Beaumont collection
including Norfolk, 1954, 1955, 1965

Holme Hale Rectory Manor; 1189-1925; Holme Hale, Norfolk

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