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Records of Tasburgh United Charities

  • MC 3292
  • Fonds
  • 1778-1941

Poor's Land (aka Town Land or Feoffment Charity):
Release of Tasburgh Town Lands between Robert Browne and Thomas Beevor, and others, 1778
Abuttals of Tasburgh Feoffment Lands nd [? c 1827]
Lease and Release of Tasburgh town Land in Trust between William Warren and Revd. Ellis Burroughes, Frederick Paul Irby, Frederick William Irby, Revd Geoge Preston, Isaac Preston, Isaac Jermy Preston, and others, 1828
Order of exchange between the Trustees and the Great Eastern Railway Company, 1870
Statment of accounts 1918
Extract from the Register of Unreported Charities Volume 147, pp 66-68, concerning the charity, nd [c 1905]
Fuel Allotment Charity:
Sealed order of Exchange of charity land between Philip Berney Ficklin and Tasburgh Parish Council, 1905
Tasburgh United Charities:
Summary of charities that preceded the TUC, 1921
Copy tenancy agreement between the Trustees and Thomas West Nicholson for the hire of land at Flordon, 1941
Counterpart agreement between the Trustees and Norfolk County Council for the dedication of land at Flordon, for road improvement, 1937
Order of exchange between Philip Berney Ficklin and the Rector and Churchwardens of Tasburgh, 1905
Depwade Union: list of paupers receiving outside relief in Tasburgh, 1836.
The three charities began the process of amalgamation in 1921, and formed the Tasburgh United Charities in 1928.

Tasburgh United Charities; 1928-

Parish Records of Brandon Parva

  • PD 686
  • Fonds
  • 1694-2010

Comprises parish registers, 1694-2010; registration papers, 1874-1963; records of the church and benefice, nd [1839]-1966; records of the vestry and parochial church council, 1872-1985; records of the overseers of the poor, 1838-1932; records of charities, nd [1834]-1957; and miscellaneous papers, 1790-1888.

Brandon Parva Ecclesiastical Parish; ?-; Brandon Parva, Norfolk

Removal order: David Minns, his wife Margaret and their children Henry (aged 18), Mary Ann (aged 12), Maria (aged 11), William Edward (aged 8) and Rebecca (aged 3)

Statement dated 11 Feb on the reverse signed by the Justices acknowledging that Henry is too sick to travel (certificate provided by a 'surgeon') and the execution of the removal order is suspended until it can be 'safely executed without danger'. A second statement dated 22 Apr says that Henry has died and requests the sum of £6 7s. from Thompson for expenses incurred by Horsham St Faith due to the suspension of the removal order.

Settlement examination: William Munford, labourer (aged 34 or 35) of Horsham St Faith

Born in Felthorpe where his father had his settlement. About 13 or 14 years ago he contracted with James Fromow of Horsham St Faith to serve him as a Teamer-man for a year for 7s. to be paid weekly and £7 to be paid at the end of the year. A fortnight after he left he entered the service of Thomas Spinks, farmer, of Swannington as a weekly labourer in husbandry. Four days before the end of his period of service Spinks asked William if he would work for him for a year driving his team on a farm he occupied at Booton. William agreed - the wage was to be £8 and he was to lodge in the house at Booton. Spinks then asked if William would look after the horses on the farm at Swannington for the 4 days left to Michaelmas. He agreed and was boarded in the house. William then went to Booton and worked there for the next year when, 3 days before Michaelmas, Spinks asked if he would stay for another year but he declined as he wanted a better place. Spinks said he would pay William off but that he would not gain a settlement in the parish. William was paid £8 less 3s. for the 3 days to go to Michaelmas and 9s. for the 4 days he worked at Swannington.

Settlement examination: Martha Holmes, singlewoman of Horsham St Faith

About 5 years ago she let herself to Charles Faulke [also given as Charles Folke], baker, of Horsham St Faith for 1 year for wages of £2. At the end of the year she continued to serve for another quarter year, when Falke moved to the parish of All Saints, Norwich. Martha moved into Norwich with the family and continued to serve the Faulkes for half a quarter year when Mrs Faulkes asked her to stay for another half quarter and Mrs Faulkes mother told Martha that she would pay her half a crown in additon to the £2 for the year. Martha agreed and when she left at the end of the half quarter she received 10 shillings from Mrs Faulkes and one shilling from Mrs Faulkes mother 'in room of the half crown which she had promised her'.

Settlement examination: Robert Bream, weaver (aged 32) of St Augustine, Norwich

Born in Hellesdon, son of James Bream, labourer, whose legal settlement was at Hellesdon. In 1813 let himself to Mrs Bircham of Horsham St Faith for a year for wages of £7 and then for another year for £9. In November 1821 he married Ann Angel [given as Hannah Angell on marriage entry] at St James with Pockthorpe, Norwich by whom he has 4 children, Henry (aged 6), Robert (aged 4), William (aged 3) and Ann (aged 1).

Settlement examination: Robert Kerridge, labourer (aged about 40) of Horsham St Faith

Born in Raveningham, son of Robert Kerridge, deceased. About 25 years ago, when a single man, he let himself to Robert Taylor, farmer, of Surlingham for 5 guineas a year. About 22 years ago he was hired by Benjamin Bowles, farmer, of Horsham St Faith for 6 months from Lady Day to Michaelmas for 3 guineas and was hired again for the following year for 6 guineas. He served 4 to 5 months and received £1 15s. 'to the best of his knowledge'. About 20 years ago he married Susannah Goodwin by whom he had no children; about 9 years after he married Rachael Hall with whom he had no children and about 6 years after he married Elizabeth Munday, widow, with whom he had 2 children, Robert (aged 3) and Elizabeth (aged 9 months) both born in Horsham St Faith. When he married Elizabeth his first two wives were still alive.

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