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Records of the Osborn Springfield Trusts

  • ACC 2021/73
  • Temporary
  • 1893-1922

Accounts 1893-1905, with loose copy of a solicitor's report, 1922.
Memorandum and account book, including inventory, details of Indian estates, and mortgages. 1878-95.
Extract from the will of Osborn Springfield, decd, nd [? 20th century].
Sale particulars, Norwich properties of the Trust, 1920 (inc. plan) and related papers.
Financial statement and account, 31 Dec 1953, and other papers.

Osborn Springfield's Trusts; fl 1893-1905; charity; Norwich

Broughton and farming

Description: Trevor Austin interviews David Broughton about the price of hoggerts and heifers, increased sale prices in the North of England and a visit by Dereham First School.
Recording location: Norfolk, England, UK
Performer(s)/contributer(s): Austin, Trevor (speaker, male, presenter); Broughton, Dick (speaker, male, interviewee, farmer)
Recording note(s): Recorded with the intention of being broadcast on BBC Radio Norfolk.

Housing package

Description: Unidentified presenter discusses the surplus of housing stock on the market, the repossession rate and mortgage arrears.
Recording location: Norfolk, England, UK
Performer(s)/contributer(s): unidentified (speaker, male, presenter); Nixon, Bob (speaker, male, interviewee, Chartered Surveyor); Twell, Lynn (speaker, female, interviewee, Councillor); Bailey, Colin (speaker, male, interviewee, Solicitor)
Recording note(s): Recorded with the intention of being broadcast on BBC Radio Norfolk.

Emily Lacey: Fisherman's wife

Description: Emily Lacey describes her husband's work as a fisherman in Lowestoft and her domestic life. She describes his work patterns, his clothing, the names of ship's he was on and how she coped while he was away. She discusses her domestic life, meeting her husband, her family, her job as a midwife, her children and the poverty in Lowestoft.
Recording location: England, UK
Performer(s) / contributor(s): Emily Mariah Lacey, 1880- (speaker, female; interviewee); unidentified (speaker, male; interviewer)

Mr and Mrs Bartwright: Fishing and domestic life

Description: Mr and Mrs Bartwright discuss domestic life, poverty, and fishing during the First and Second World Wars. Mr Bartwright talks about his fishing career: the names of the boats he sailed in, travelling to different places, mackerel catching, the herring industry, wages, his first trip and different roles he held over the years. He describes experiences fishing during the First and Second World Wars, sweeping mines, seeing planes and submarines. Mrs Bartwright talks at length about her childhood, her 15 siblings, her father's fishing career, roles in the house and her fish canning job. They discuss the houses of the rows in more detail. They both talk more about their childhoods, the poverty of the community, school days, toys, discipline and their families.
Recording location: England, UK
Performer(s) / contributor(s): Edward Bartwright, 1892- (speaker, male; interviewee); Gladys Bartwright, 1894- (speaker, female; interviewee); unidentified (speaker, male; interviewer)

Charles William Hicks: Great Yarmouth

Description: William Hicks shares memories of his childhood in Great Yarmouth including home life and poverty of early working life. He describes starting life in the Yarmouth rows, his family, the meals, the challenges of growing up in poverty, being hungry, school days, washing, the roles in the family, his first jobs after school, the fishing trade and the town. He talks about domestic issues in the community caused by alcoholism and poverty.
Recording location: Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England, UK
Performer(s) / contributor(s): Charles William Hicks, 1911-1990 (speaker, male; interviewee); unidentified (speaker, male; interviewer)

Harwich shrimping

Description: The interviewees give memories of the family shrimping business and the fishing trade in Harwich. The interviewees talk about the fishing industry: their father catching and selling own fish, his boat, the shop, licences, workings of the boats, the shrimping season, different types of fish caught, price for fish, the fishing community of Harwich and superstitions. They talk about their childhoods: jobs, poverty, childhood home, living conditions, the family, food, leisure, beach days, discipline and washing. They talk about the Town, the businesses, social classes, families and how Harwich has changed.
Recording location: Harwich, Essex, England, UK
Performer(s) / contributor(s): unidentified, 1907- (speaker, female; interviewee); unidentified (speaker, male; interviewer); unidentified (speaker, female)

Home life, Lowestoft

Description: Memories of home life in Lowestoft including courting, work within a fish factory, home entertainment, and poverty.
Recording location: Lowestoft, Suffolk, England, UK
Performer(s) / contributor(s): unidentified, 1886- (speaker, female; interviewee); unidentified (speaker, male; interviewer)

Papers relating to the sale of Stiffkey manor to Sir Nicholas Bacon by John and Edmond Banyard

Including bonds, acquittances by creditors of the Banyards, accounts, receipts, instructions for attorneys signed by Nicholas Bacon, agreement by Edmond Banyard and Nicholas Bacon for payment of an annuity, and modern list of these papers. The Banyards' creditors included John Vandeleure of London and Colchester, John Calthorpe of Stiffkey, Anne Reade of Irmingland, Agnes Gascoigne of Norwich, and George Smith of Norwich.

Stiffkey Manor; 1189-1925; Stiffkey, Norfolk

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