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Pat Everson Collection relating to Seething and Mundham

  • ACC 2021/136
  • Temporary
  • c 1900-c 2021

Relates to Seething and Mundham, and to the 2nd Air Division USAAF airmen stationed at Seething during the Second World War. Initial deposit relates to Seething and Mundham including photographs (both originals and copies) of the village and people who lived there, copies of documents and local history notes.

This is the first instalment of records; more to be transferred.

Pat Everson; c 1934-; historian and collector; Seething, Norfolk

Photographs of Freethorpe and digital copy of the memoirs of Elsie Madge Brown

  • ACC 2021/152
  • Temporary
  • c 1900-2021

The original Post Office featured in this photograph was
situated on the corner of The Common and Old Chapel Road,
The photograph was taken around the turn of the century. The man in the trilby is Charles James Brock the postmaster at the time, who was also a tailor.
The man on the left is Charles' son Alfred Robert, born 1st March 1877 and died of his wounds on the last day of WW1, 10th November 1918.
The girl on the left is lsabel (b. 7 June 1885), who took over the Post Office from her father.
ln 1942, Elsie Browne, Charles' granddaughter, took it over as part of her war work and brought it to 91 The Green. She ran it for 35 years. ln 1977, Freda Pipes, her daughter ran it for the following 20 years.
The Post Office then moved to 87 The Green where it was run by Richard Church and subsequently his daughter Joanna until 2017 when it was closed permanently.

Freethorpe School forms 4, 5, and 6, c. 1925, names on reverse.

Digital copy of Elsie Madge Brown (nee Brock)'s memoirs, written in the 1990s, copy made by NRO.

Norfolk Record Office; 1963-; archive service, Norfolk

St Michael and All Angels' church, Braydeston record of church furnishings, compiled by the Norwich and Wensum Decorative and Fine Arts Society

Includes photographs. There are sections on memorials, metalwork (including bells), stonework, woodwork, textiles, paintings etc., library, windows and miscellaneous. Also includes an index to personal names mentioned in the record.

Scrapbook of Admiral Ernest Neville Rolfe.

Contains press cuttings and photographs relating to the British Sudan Campaign, 1884, including reports from Souakim [Souakin], articles on the Battles of El Teb and Tamasi [Tamaai], and about the relief of Tokar, and reports on Admiral Sir William Hewett's special mission to King John of Abyssinia, 1884 (Neville-Rolfe was one of the party). With illustration from 'The Engineer' showing damage to the starboard engine room of the SS 'City of Paris' following an accident (Margaret Torrey née Neville-Rolfe was on board; see GUN 196), 1890, and watercolours of cousin Charlie Stewart in the park at Heacham and of cousin Audrey Stewart.

Also includes the following loose papers:
Press cuttings reporting on the accident to the SS 'City of Paris', 1890.
Watercolours of Park House drawing room painted as Christmas cards, 1885 (2 cards), pen and ink drawings of Palazzo Capponi, Florence, 1885 (2 cards); watercolours of a Parsee [Parsi], a woman selling bananas, a cockatoo, and a tower of silence, with plan (3 cards).
Press cutting from 'The Philadelphia Inquirer' showing Dr Helen Ingleby and Dr Stanley Reimann at the sixth annual Cancer Forum, 1939, in envelope addressed to Miss Black, Heacham.
Valentine card with decorative perforated border, addressed to Sarah L. Spinney with acrostic poem to her, nd [19th century].
Copy of notes on the Fawcett genealogy, 1781, made by Lieutenant Colonel H. Farrer from original at Scaleby Castle, Cumbria, nd [19th century], with typescript note of mentions of the family in Rolfe Family Records, nd [late 20th century-2014].
Letter, N.S. Hubbard to unidentified recipient [possibly Charles F. Torrey] offering engraved views of the London Docks, with copy reply, 1923.
Irate copy reply from an unidentified American [possibly Charles F. Torrey] to a request for money, nd [early-mid 20th century].
Letter, Everard Gunther sending items to Gerald [Torrey] which included a letter from Margaret Torrey on the SS 'City of Paris', 1890 [see GUN 196], 1940.

Ernest Neville-Rolfe; 1847-1909; Heacham, Norfolk

Dereham St Nicholas Junior School Additional

  • ACC 2014/131
  • Temporary
  • 1958-2013

Box 1
William B. Lyon, Headmaster, Pictorial Record of Dereham National School, 1957-1958.
Scrapbooks, 1975 and 1988.
Folder of photographs, undated [c 1970-c 1980].
Aerial photographs of Dereham and area around school, undated [late 20th century].
Competition certificates, c 1990-c 2000.
Orders of service, undated [c 1980-c 2000].
Architectural plans, undated [late 20th century].

Box 2
Photograph albums of school activities, c 1990 (2 albums, briefly indexed at back).
Year and group photographs, 2000-2013.

Box 3
Miscellaneous photographs: school play/assembly, nd [? 1970s-1980s]; staff photograph, nd [? 1970s-1980s]; drama club with Mr Strugnell, 1984; opening of new library including Mr Strugnell, Mrs Saunders and pupil library monitors, 1984 (photograph Norwich Mercury); cricket tournament teams, 2004-2005; Margaret Cawkwell's retirement party, Jul 2010 (printouts of photographs only); pupils, whole school, taken from above in playground with teachers and staff, nd [? 1990s-2010]; two unidentified formal group photographs, nd [? 1990s-2010]; informal/unpublished school activities in classrooms and pupil's working etc., nd [? 1990s-2010, ACCESS RESTRICTED until 01/01/2025].

Class, team and group photographs, with occasional formal photographs of activities: 1985-1986, 1988. 1989 and 1992-1994 (1 folder); 1995-1999 (5 folders, Tempest Photographs).

Box 4
Class, team and group photographs, with occasional formal photographs of activities: 2000-2009 (10 folders, Tempest Photographs).

Vestry minute book

Includes the following pasted into the volume:
At the front: postcard of St Stephen's church, Norwich, 1912; offprint from 'Norfolk Archaeology' volume XV pp. 335-348, 'On the East Window of St Stephen's Church Norwich' by Revd Dundas Harford, 1904; leaflet advertising lantern slide lecture by Revd Dundas Harford on his research into the east window, with press report, [1903].
With entry for 1905: leaflet appealing for subscriptions towards the repair of St Mary's church Coslany, Norwich, which mentions the donation of proceeds from the sale of a St Stephen's cracked bell to help with expenses of rehanging the St Mary's peal, 1905, with original photographs used in the leaflet (mural tablet in Norman French on the west wall, the church interior and exterior in poor repair) and loose press cuttings regarding St Mary's church, 1981.
With entry for April 1906: photograph of old doorway near south-east gate bricked up, 1905.
With entry for 1923: Charity Commission notice for the sale of three houses on Newmarket and Brunswick Roads, Norwich, part of the Mill Close Estate or the Brunswick Road Estate, also called the chaity of John Atkins, 1923.
With loose typescript extracts from the vestry minutes, 1847-1854, and loose typescript vestry minutes for 17 April 2011.

St Leonard, Billingford (near Diss), compiled by the Church Recording Group, Diss Decorative and Fine Arts Society

Written descriptions and photographs, arranged under the following sections: church memorials (giving transcriptions, including First World War and Second World War rolls of honour); metalwork; stonework; woodwork; textiles; paintings etc.; library; windows; and miscellaneous.

Catfield Diamond Jubilee Celebrations 'Photobook'

Printed book of colour photographs recording Catfield Diamond Jubilee Celebrations on 3 June 2012. 'A request was made for all the people who attended to submit photographs of the day's events and these have been compiled into a 'Photobook' to provide a lasting record of a memorable occasion.' (See letter at MC 2928/2.)

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