Municipal officials and employees



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  • UF Borough Officers, City Officers
  • UF City Officers

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Lord Mayoralty papers

Papers created and collected by Tom Eaton relating to the period when he was Lord Mayor of Norwich. Includes correspondence files, press cuttings books, photographs and other related papers.

Correspondence files

These files contain general correspondence and associated papers, mainly relating to the period when Tom Eaton was Lord Mayor of Norwich.

Letters to and from Lord Suffield (including draft replies)

Enclosed together: from: 1) Henry Bathurst (Archdeacon of Norwich - North Creake, Burnham, Norfolk] re benefits from Suffield's elevation to peerage (5 Aug) and 2) Suffield's reply (Henbury House) in acknowledgement, awareness of new responsibility. 30 Aug: Suffield (Henbury House) to Col. Sir John Woodhouse resigning command of 1st Regiment of East Norfolk Local Militia Rifle Corps, also re refusal to take military post under present government. 25 Aug [Bacon pp. 141-2]: [James] Scholes (Stakehill) to Suffield (Henbury House) re widow's request for help to obtain son's discharge from regiment. 4 Sep: Charles Bowles (Recorder-Shaftesbury) to Suffield (Henbury House) incl. covering letter mentioning Aldermen [J.] Bennett and Hannen and Address from Shaftesbury inhabitants expressing gratitude. 8 Sep [Bacon pp. 146-7] and Suffield's reply expressing gratitude for Address and inviting Deputies to dinner. 9 Sep: John Jones (Shaftesbury) re meeting and Address by Bowles, disapproval of Bennett, Hannen and Gillingham of Lord Grosvenor's 'interest at your election', Queen's supporters' refusal to sign Address. 8 Sep [Bacon pp. 144-5]: T.W. Coke (Holkham Hall) re Suffield's wish to be appointed Chairman of the Quarter Sessions. 29 Sep [Bacon p. 149].

Henry Bathurst; 1744-1837; clergyman and Bishop of Norwich

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