Fonds PD 701 - Parish Records of New Lakenham (St Mark)

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PD 701

Title

Parish Records of New Lakenham (St Mark)

Date(s)

  • 1844-2017 (Creation)

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Extent and medium

220 pieces

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Name of creator

(1844-)

Administrative history

The parish of New Lakenham was formed on 20 August 1844 out of the united parishes of Lakenham and Trowse. The church of St Mark (situated on Hall Road, Lakenham, Norwich) was consecrated on 24 September 1844. St Mark's subsequently became part of the Lakenham Group, with St Alban's, Lakenham.

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Received 1 June 2018 (ACC 2018/42). List updated 1 June 2018 (AB).

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Numbers not used: PD 701/148-149

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Additional records were received on 3 September 2013. They comprise about 24 architectural drawings and plans of the church relating to the rood screen (including sketches by Temple Moore), 1910-1912, the war memorial, c 1920, and restoration and improvement work to the church, 1943-1944. They are in poor condition, but may be seen in the Conservation Studio by advance notice. Quote reference ACC 2013/188.

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cd16da08-7dff-40f2-8da5-fc510cf98ad7

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Catalogued

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Dates of creation revision deletion

Created 14/06/2001 by Drogk. Modified 06/03/2019 by Catherine.Collins.

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