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Photographs of Great Yarmouth, Gorleston, North Norfolk and elsewhere in Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex, taken by Phillip Bartlett, ex-head of the art department at the Technical High School in Great Yarmouth/Gorleston, and related papers

  • MC 2952
  • Fondo
  • 1954-1981

Colour slide transparencies of 35mm format from several original sets of photographs taken at various times.
Also includes a monochrome print of a panorama photograph of the staff and pupils of the Technical High School, Great Yarmouth in 1957; a press-cutting obituary of John Parkin, ex-headmaster of the Technical High School from c 1944 to 1965, nd [Sep 1975]; commemorative brochure relating to the formal opening of the Technical High School, Great Yarmouth, 1954; photographs of the Technical High School, Great Yamouth, nd [c 1954]; and a photograph of St Nicholas parish church, Great Yarmouth, 1956.

Phillip Bartlett; 1928-2013; teacher; Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, and Bingley, West Yorkshire

Sale particulars of furniture, paintings and other contents of Windsor House, 3 Newmarket Road, Norwich

  • MC 2964, 1022X9
  • Fondo
  • 1923

To be sold by auction by S. Mealing and Co. (on instructions of Executors of R.G. Bagshaw, esq., deceased) on 1 May 1923. Printed by F.W. Harrison, Upper Goat Lane, Norwich.
For the sale particulars relating to Windsor House itself and its surrounding garden see BR 241/4/523. This sale took place on 27 April 1923, just a few days before the sale of the contents on 1 May 1923.
According to Arthur J. Cleveland in 'A History of the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital from 1900 to the end of 1946' (Norwich, 1948): 'The nurses were accommodated in the Leicester Home (opened in 1903 by the Countess of Leicester) and, as their numbers rose, in Windsor House, 3 Newmarket Road (purchased in 1923 to house 24 night nurses) and in hutments in its garden. In 1932 the situation was much improved when H.M. the Queen opened Queen Alexandra House, which had accommodation for 103 nurses.'

Norfolk and Norwich Hospital; 1771-2001

Nar Valley Drainage: plans and sections of proposed works

  • MC 2968
  • Fondo
  • 1880-1881

Relates to proposed new drainage channels in West Bilney, South Lynn, West Lynn, Marham, Middleton, North Runcton, Hamlet of Setch, Shouldham, East Winch, West Winch, and Wormegay. By Edward Easton, engineer.

Edward Easton; fl 1880-1881; engineer; Norfolk

Deeds and papers relating to premises on the south side of Norfolk Street, King's Lynn, 1773-1888, and (as Booth's radio, TV and electrical shop), mid 20th century

  • MC 2975, 1028X6
  • Fondo
  • 1773-20th century

Lease (of lease and release; release not present) by William Youngman of King's Lynn, cork cutter (the abstract of title, 1891, shows he was grandson and devisee of Henry Doding) to Robert Donaldson of King's Lynn, yeoman, of two messuages now divided into four tenements or dwellings with the gardens, in Dampgate Street, in the several occupations of Francis Cordell, Mary Beddingfield, Gregory Russell and Robert Caney, to the intent that a release be made on the day following, 1 January 1773.
1 parchment
Release of dower by Thomas Thetford of King's Lynn, carpenter, and his wife, Dianah, to Robert Donaldson of King's Lynn, yeoman, in two messuages in Dampgate Street abutting north on the street, west on the estate of William Ravenshaw, south on [blank] and east on the estate of [blank], 2 September 1775. With note at foot, signed by John Cary, mayor, attesting to Dianah Donaldson's consent.
1 parchment
Release (of lease and release; lease not present) by William Currie of King's Lynn, gentleman, to James Waldon, master mariner, and George Hogge, Waldon's trustee, of four adjoining freehold messuages in Dampgate Street abutting north on the street, west on the estate of heirs and devisees of William Ravenshaw, south and east on the estate late of Philip Tuck and now or late of his widow, late in the several occupations of Joseph England, Robert Greenwood, Philip Purkins and Richard Holding, with a paling fence on the east, west and south parts of the yard and gardens, 9 June 1795.
1 parchment

Lease (of lease and release; release not present) by James Walden of South Lynn, mariner, to John King of King's Lynn, skinner, of four adjoining freehold messuages with outhouses, yards and gardens, in Dampgate Street, abutting north on the street, west on the estate of the heirs and devisees of William Ravenshaw, and south and east on the estate of Philip Tuck's widow, late in the several occupations of Joseph England, Robert Greenwood, Philip Purkins and Richard Holding, and now of Alquest and others, with the paling fence on the east, west and south parts, 23 June 1803.
1 parchment
Mortgage by John King to James Walden (here spelled Wardon) of the same premises, 25 June 1803.
1 parchment
Abstract of title of estate contracted to be purchased by Thomas Baines, 1819. Begins with a demise for 99 years by Robert Fearnside to John Pearson and his wife Mary of two messuages, 1754, then assigned by them to Henry Doding.
1 paper file
Lease and release by John King, late of King's Lynn, now of Southwark, gentleman, to Thomas Baines of King's Lynn master mariner, and William Bagge of King's Lynn, esquire, of four freehold messuages on the south side of Dampgate Street, lately renamed Norfolk Street, abutting north on the street, west on the estate of William Ravenshaw, and on the estate formerly of Tuck, now of William Marshall, south and east, in the occupation of Thomas Savory and his undertenants, with fences to the east, south and west parts, 1-2 Sep 1819
2 parchments
Lease (of lease and release; release not present, but almost certainly a mortgage), by Thomas Philip Bagge of King's Lynn, esquire (eldest son and heir of Pleasance Bagge, deceased, wife of the late Thomas Bagge, formerly Pleasance Case, one of the three daughters of Phiilp Case, formerly of King's Lynn, esquire), Edward Roger Pratt the younger of Ryston, esquire (eldest son and heir of Pleasance, deceased, widow of Edward Roger Pratt the elder, formerly Pleasance Browne) and Dame Hester Astley late of Melton Constable, widow of Sir Jacob Henry Astley, baronet, deceased, late Hester Browne, spinster (Pleasance Pratt and Dame Hester Astley being the only daughters and co-heiresses of Hester the deceased wife of Samuel Browne of King's Lynn, esquire, deceased, formerly Hester Case, spinster, another of the three daughters of Philip Case) Philip Hamond of Swaffham, esquire (eldest son and heir of Sarah, deceased wife of Anthony Hamond of Westacre High House, formerly Sarah Case, the third of the three daughters of Philip Case) to William Bagge of King's Lynn, esquire, of four freehold messuages adjoining with outhouses, yard and gardens in Dampgate Street abutting on the street north, west on the estate of William Ravenshaw, and south and east on the estate of Philip Tuck, heretofore in the several occupations of James Donaldson, Samuel Norman, William Clark and the widow Lambert, 13 September 1820.
1 parchment
[The abstract of title, 1888, shows that, in 1839, there was a conveyance by Thomas Baines to Jane Lowe, widow, of four freehold messuages and two cottages at their back, with outhouses etc. in the occupation of George Whilby James Collison, Thomas Rennals, Joseph Knock, John Leads and Thomas Baines.]
Mortgage by Jane Lowe of King's Lynn, widow, to Sarah Ann Frankland of King's Lynn, widow, of four freehold messuages, etc., May 1853. Endorsed with transfer, 14 April 1884, by Richard Dill and others, trustees of Sarah Ann Frankland, to William Myers Couperthwaite and others.
1 parchment
Abstract of title from 1839 onwards, 1888.
1 paper file
Succession duty account relating to two freehold messuages in Norfolk Street and four freehold cottages in Lowe's Yard. Norfolk Street, acquired by Maria Towler on the death of Jane Lowe (died 24 May 1879), 23 May 1888.
1 paper
Declaration of Joseph Towler of Church Street, King's Lynn, leather seller, 26 May 1888, with certified copies (made 1888) attached of entries of birth of Edgar Joseph, son of Joseph and Maria Towler, formerly Lowe, 22 March 1865, and of death of Maria Towler 24 December 1881.
1 paper file
Succession duty account relating to property of Edgar Joseph Towler, late of King's Lynn, but now of Sudbury, acquired on the death of Joseph Towler of King's Lynn, 18 June 1888.
1 paper
Printed letter-heads, in two styles, of 'Booth's Radio, Television, Electrical Specialists, 58-59 Norfolk Street, Everything Electrical', one with a telephone number (2304).
4 papers

Booth's; mid 20th century; radio, tv and electrical shop; King's Lynn, Norfolk

Bacon Papers

  • MC 2977
  • Fondo
  • 15th century-early 18th century

Sir Nathaniel Bacon; ? 1546-1622; politician, magistrate, Sheriff of Norfolk; Stiffkey, Norfolk

George Aldis Family trees and genealogical notes

  • MC 2911, 1022X6
  • Fondo
  • 2012-2022

Relates to Aldis family (variants Aldous, Aldouse, Aldus, Aldysse, Aldice) of Fressingfield, Wingfield (Suffolk), Denton, Rushall, Starston, Shelton, Wacton, Moulton, Long Stratton, Bexley (Kent), Mayfair (London), Wandsworth (London), Lambeth (London), and Leicester, 1450-2006. Also includes Warner family of Fressingfield, c 1400-1504, and other families outside Norfolk. Compiled by George Aldis.

Aldis family; fl 2012; Fressingfield, Suffolk

Records of the East Norfolk Catchment Board

  • MC 2912
  • Fondo
  • 1920-1938

Comprises report regarding river widening scheme, 1920 and plan showing the River Wensum around Carrow Bridge, Norwich, 1938.

East Norfolk Rivers Catchment Board; 1941-1952

Little Ryburgh Overseers' receipt and payment book, containing Overseers' accounts and (later) butter accounts

  • MC 2916, 1022X9
  • Fondo
  • 1847-1876

Contains Overseers' accounts, Apr 1847-Sep 1867; and butter accounts, Apr 1868-Mar 1876.
The butter accounts are believed to relate to Hill House Farm, Little Ryburgh. John Platten was the last Overseer and Churchwarden to sign the Overseers' accounts in this volume. A John Platten (possibly the same man) signs the last butter accounts in 1876. According to the 1871 census John Platten, aged 77 years, resided at Hill House Farm, Little Ryburgh, and farmed 280 acres.
Payments for butter were made by Salbery/Sealsbery/Salsbery [Salisbury], Richardson and Fakenham. 'Richardson' may be Thomas Richardson, grocer and draper and post office (listed under Great Ryburgh in Kelly's Post Office Directory of 1869). 'Fakenham' may be sales at Fakenham market.

Little Ryburgh Ecclesiastical Parish; ?-; Little Ryburgh, Norfolk

Pratt of Repps Family Papers

  • MC 2927
  • Fondo
  • 19th century-20th century

Mainly re activities of the Repps with Bastwick Methodist Chapel.

Pratt family; 19th century-20th century; Repps, Norfolk

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