Fonds PD 687 - Parish Records of Grimston

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PD 687


Parish Records of Grimston


  • 1552-2011 (Creation)

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7 boxes, 2 rolls, 1 outsize volume

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Grimston was united with Congham by Order in Council of 21 November 1958. According to Kelly's Norfolk Directory of 1900, St Luke's Mission Chapel was opened at Pott Row, Grimston on St Luke's Day, 1884. In Lynn Deanery.

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Received by the Norfolk Record Office on 3 October 1994 (numbered PD 687/1) and 14 January 2013 (ACC 2012/260 numbered PD 687/2-33). List completed 27 January 2014 (JW).

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Comprises parish registers, 1552-2011; registration papers, 1753-1918; records of the church and benefice, 1780-1895; and records of the overseers of the poor, 1840-1848.

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Dates of creation revision deletion

Created 14/01/2013 by Drojr. Modified 06/03/2019 by Catherine.Collins.


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