12 Archival description results for Quarter Sessions
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- BL/GT 13
Part of Bradfer-Lawrence Collection
Sir John Fenn; 1739-1794; antiquary; East Dereham, Norfolk
- KL/C 21
Part of King's Lynn Borough Archives
Quarter Sessions minute books, 1620-1680, 1729-1815 and 1826-1865, with files, 1689 and 1693. The books from 1729 onwards are drafts for the Sessions books. The references allocated to the documents in 1866-68 by Henry Harrod are given in square brackets. Minutes, 1685-1686 and 1815-1826, which became estranged from the borough archives, are available separately as KL/D3/2 and 3.
- BL/BE 3/29
Edward Milligen Beloe; 1871-1932; the younger, solicitor, antiquary; King's Lynn, Norfolk
- BL/CS 5/6/1
- BL/CS 5/6/2
- FX 400
Photocopy of letter from Ann Pilgrim of North Walsham to her son, Robert Larter of Newark, New Jersey, America, 1846. Mentions her joy that he was still alive and at hearing from him after such a length of time, that she was continuing the business as a licensed victualler (including selling ginger pop in summer) with Alfred [probably her son] apparently after her husband's death, debts she owed, high prices, and family news, including the theft of teaspoons, a watch and money from aunt and uncle Howlett, which was due to come up at Quarter Sessions.
Photocopy of letter from William Larter of Mundesley to his uncle [Robert Larter], aunt and cousins in America, 1863. Gives farming and family news, also mentioning recent high tides which eroded parts of the coast around Mundesley, and the distress in the manufacturing districts caused by the scarcity of cotton during the American Civil War, and collections made in aid of distressed weavers.
Photocopy of letter from Susannah Larter Long enclosing the 1863 letter, 1977.
Photocopy of letter from North Walsham Urban District Council to Mr R. E. Larter of Massachusetts, giving contact details of people with the surname Larter in the North Walsham area, 1970.
Transcript of the 1846 letter.
The photocopies appear to have been made in about 1977.
Larter Family; 1846-1977; North Walsham, Norfolk; New Jersey, USA