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Contains, inter alia, invitation to the 10th birthday party of Stowe School addressed by HRH The Prince of Wales, 1 June 1933; programme for a play of William Shakespeare's 'Henry IV, Part II', performed at Stowe School, c 1930s; programme for Stowe School Speech Day, 25 July 1936; programme of events at the Political Education Conference in Harrogate, March 1947; souvenir programme for the 'Young Conservative Demonstration and FĂȘte', at Stanley House, Newmarket, 7 August 1948; order of service for a dedication of the war memorial at Stow Chapel for old stoics who lost their lives during the Second World War, 8 June 1949; paper containing a personal message from Tom Eaton, the Conservative candidate for Norwich North, 1951; copy of the 'Mancroft Review', with reference to the Eaton family, p. 4, March 1957; order of service for the marriage of Tom Eaton and Robin Austin at St Giles Church, Oxford, 5 July 1958; and various newspaper cuttings, 1945-1958.

Daughter, Elizabeth Peach and granddaughter, Elizabeth Leathes, from Sandwich (Kent), London and Bromley, (Kent) concerning social life including visit to cricket match at Sevenoaks

2/10/1,6,9,13,15 Elizabeth Peach [daughter, formerly Leathes], Sundridge, Kent [home of her second husband, Edward Peach], and London: investments, social engagements, they are going into mourning for her cousin William Nelson; including letters to her son Edward Leathes, Norwich [10,12,16]
2/10/3-5,7-8 Elizabeth Leathes [granddaughter], Sundridge: family and social news, visit to cricket match at Sevenoaks [5], extraction of teeth [7] including letters to her brother Edward Leathes [2,11]; saw 'the Rivals' with Miss Farren, Mrs Jordan, and Dodd; will not to go to another assembly at Sevenoaks - once was enough [14].

Papers relating to Castle Acre, Norfolk

  • ACC 2021/227
  • Temporary
  • 1923-1958

Handwritten notes by Francis G. Highe 'Some curious customs connected with churches and churchyards'nd [? 1924] (1 file). Photocopies of deeds re house and butcher's shop in Bailey Street, Castle Acre, originals (includes abstracts of title, one party in the 1929 deed is Gertrude Highe) 1923-1931, and the Red Lion, Castle Acre, with adjoining house and shop, 1958, with abstract of title 1935. Photocopies undated [late 20th century].
'Castleacre Pageant July 1927' (printed).

Mary-Anne Garry; fl 1980s-; Castle Acre, Norfolk