News in Norwich Society

Notice by Henry Lombe to the executors of the late Mr. Joseph Miller Aldred deceased, that his tenancy of property in parishes of Great and Little Melton and Hethersett will not be affected by the Agricultural Holdings’ (England) Act, 1875. (photocopy)
3 Jan. 1876
Newscutting about Norfolk ghosts, including a phantom coach and four, containing four ladies in white, near Great Melton. (E.D.P.); with photocopy of description of this and other apparitions from East Anglian Handbook for 1885, pp 80-1.
1885, ?1955
Edward Evans Lombe, Melton Hall, to Mr Pomeroy [solicitor]: letter about the drawing up of his will with details of individual bequests. (photocopy)
16 Jan. 1888
Photocopy of entry for Great Melton from Kelly’s Directory.
Extract from proceedings of Norfolk & Norwich Horticultural Society about the election as President of Major Edward H. Evans Lombe of Great Melton and Marlingford, with photographs of Major Lombe and his ancestor, Edward Lombe, the first President of the Society in 1829. (photocopy)
Photocopy of photograph of Great Melton Hall.
Photocopy of entry for Great Melton from N. Pevsner, Buildings of North-West and South Norfolk (1962).
Sale notices for Town Cottage, Great Melton.
1981, 1986
Newscutting about plan to re-open the Green Man pub at Great Melton. (Mercury)
14 Jan. 1983
Abstracts of documents, 1605-1665, in the Evans-Lombe MSS in Norfolk Record Office.
25 Sept. 1985
Newscutting about need for support from nearby villages for proposed Hethersett community centre, with photograph of Great Melton church. (E.E.N.)
6 Apr. 1987
NARG News: 51: The Quarterly Journal of the Norfolk Archaeological Rescue Group, containing an article on the Great Melton Mesolithic site by P. A. Robins.
Dec. 1987

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Societies and entertainment

Societies and entertainment:

23/1 General
23/2 Hethersett Pantomime
23/3 Silver Jubilee
23/4 Hethersett Vintners
23/5 Women’s Institute

A/24 Tea factory

A/25 Windmills



B/1 Attleborough

B/2 Barford

B/3 Barnham Broom

B/4 Bawburgh

B/5 Cringleford

B/6 East Carleton

B/7 Intwood

B/8 Keswick

B/9 Ketteringham:

9/1 General
9/2 Ketteringham Estate (part in Hethersett)

B/10 Marlingford

B/11 Great Melton

B/12 Little Melton:
12/1 General
12/2 Little Melton Church

B/13 Wymondham

Buildings: Listed buildings general

Buildings: Listed buildings (general)

A/1/2/ Notes and drawings relating to listed buildings in Hethersett

Folder containing map of Hethersett showing listed buildings with typescript key; contains brief architectural details of the parish church, Hethersett Hall, King’s Head Inn, Whitegates, The Priory, Wood Hall, Cedar Grange, Old Maid’s Farmhouse [Whitehouse Farm], Thickthorn Farmhouse, Cantley Farmhouse, The Rectory, Queen’s Head Inn, The Old Hall, and various cottages; Advice Notes on Listed Buildings, leaflet from South Norfolk District Council Planning Department.

Also containing the following documents:

1982, n.d.
Photocopy of architectural details of St Remigius’ Church, Thickthorn Hall, The Priory, Old Hall, etc. from N. Pevsner, Buildings of North-West and South Norfolk (1962).
Typescript notes on architecture of listed buildings in Hethersett; also includes descriptions of milestones and water pump.
Pen and ink drawings of The Priory, Mr Burton’s House (Wood Hall), The King’s Head, and Cedar Grange, based on drawings by B. S. Norgate, c.1820-1825, with notes on the Norgate drawings.
Typescript notes by Bill Reekie on the history of Hethersett Old Hall, Thickthorn Hall and The Priory, Hethersett.
HA/A/1/3  Buildings and estates (miscellaneous)

A/1/3/ Sale particulars, photographs, newscuttings, etc., relating to buildings and small estates in Hethersett

Photocopy of map showing part of Coleby’s Farm (now Church Farm), with names of fields and tenants added. (Norfolk Record Office, Back 46)
Printed sale particulars of two farms in Hethersett with field names and acreages to be sold by Mr Butcher by auction, by order of the executor of the late Jehosaphat Postle; also includes properties in Bawburgh and Thorpe next Norwich. (photocopy)
31 July 1841
Lynch Green Farm (now Lyngate Farm): extracts from the 1846 tithe map and 1851 census about the Lake family; printed sale particulars of freehold estates at Hethersett to be sold by Mr John Standley by auction, by order of the executors of Mr William Christmas Lake, 20 May 1867 [MS Series]; copy of photograph of Lynch Green Farm in 1912; four colour photographs of exterior of Lyngate Farm, 1999.