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Edmund Rolfe (1700-1774), 1710-1756; Edmund Rolfe (1738-1817), 1663-1829; Catherine Francis Rolfe (c 1771-1837), 1792-1829; Strickland Charles Edward Neville Rolfe (1789-1852), 1814-1889; Charles Fawcett Neville Rolfe. (1815-1869), 1834-1877; Henry Fawcett Neville Rolfe (1817-1842), 1834-1841; Martha Holt Neville Rolfe (1818-1863), 1837-1878; Eustace Neville Rolfe (1845-1908), Late 18th century-1962; Ernest Neville Rolfe (1847-1909), 1862; Charles William Neville Rolfe (1851-1932), 1877-1888; Amy Neville Rolfe (1868-1964), 1868-1900; Ivy Neville Rolfe (1869-1892), 1889-1891; Robert William Theodore Gunther (1869-1940), 1894-1920; A.E. Gunther, 1903-1985; Arthur Neville-Rolfe, 1915-1918; Books and Publications, 1599-1924; Photographs, 1840-1908; Miscellaneous family papers and genealogical notes, 16th century-1945.

Album entitled 'Life and Stewardship of Eustace Neville Rolfe, 1845-1908'

Information copied from notebook of Mrs Catharine Frances Rolfe, 1792-1821.
'A Gloucestershire Parson's Wife 1814-26' by B.J. Black, re Agnes Fawcett, wife of Charles Neville, with letter from the author, 1913.
'The Thunderstorm' which took place at Sedgeford. A religious tract including rules for the recovery of suspended animation. (printed), 1819.
Pages 849-856 from White's directory of Norfolk 1854, including Heacham (printed).
Private papers of Eustace Neville Rolfe including correspondence, family birth, baptism and marriage certificates, newspaper cuttings, appointments as captain in the volunteer forces and consul and consul general at Naples, photographs, and house and cash account of 1872, 1867-1907.
Report by Frederick Preedy (London) re proposed restoration of Heacham church (printed), 1874.
Heacham and Sedgeford timber sale catalogue, 1874.
Certificate of shares in the Dormy House Land and Building Company, Ltd., 1900.
Notes re Eustace Neville Rolfe.
Letters re gift of marble bust to the Castle Museum, 1926, and gift to the University of East Anglia Appeal Fund in memory of Eustace Neville Rolfe, 1962.

Personal papers

Includes extracted copy of limited probate of Major James Smith, with affidavit of James White, 15 March 1793, and administration confirming substitute executors of the will of Major James Smith, 9 June 1797 [no. 1]; certified copy of the will of Major James Smith of London, Middlesex, Major in the East India Company, Bengal, 16 April 1793 [no. 2]; probate copy of the will of Richard Smith, late of St Mary Coslany, Norwich, 22 June 1830 [no. 3]; account for preparing conveyance of lease and release from Messrs. Davey and Porter to Richard Smith, of an estate in Magdalen Street, 23 November 1809 [no. 4]; marriage contract of Edward de Carle Smith and Antoinette Bordier, 23 September 1936; official translation of same from French, 24 September 1936 [nos. 5-6]; passport of Antoinette de Carle Smith, with papers loosely inserted, 1953, 1985 [no. 7]; small framed portrait of Pierre Antoine Spol, with notes, in French, on reverse side, undated [late 19th century] [no. 8]; file containing research notes and memoirs, undated [20th century] [no. 9]; file containing postcards and correspondence, 1978-1993 [no. 10]; file containing newspaper cuttings, many relating to country houses and local issues in Norfolk, 1969-1993 [no. 11]; pedigree of the Bordier family, with printed paper picturing photographs of members of the Bordier family undated [20th century] [nos. 12 -13] and packet containing cantiques, undated [20th century] [no. 14].

Personal papers of William Pightling Jarrold, with a list of archival items relating to him

Personal papers, comprising correspondence, financial papers and legal documents, as well as one photograph of William. Many of the papers relate to William's role as a landlord of residential property, but there are also family letters, including a few to his cousin Mrs Arnold, some relating to disputes with his brothers, and departure from the family partnership. There is also a mourning card for William, newspaper clippings covering his funeral, a copy of his marriage certificate, and extracts from parish registers relating to his wife's family.
A few items are dated after William's death and relate to his widow, Emma. Also in the bundle is a seven-page manuscript list of archival items relating to William Pightling Jarrold, probably written by Peter Salt in the late twentieth century. Found amongst these items was an undated letter from Hannah Elizabeth Jarrold to an aquaintance.

Diaries and accounts, 1853-1868

Letters mainly to and from Martha Holt Neville Rolfe (née Chapman) including childrens' letters but also a few to and from Charles, c 1841-1862, and 2 letters from W. Chapman, 1877.

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