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People / Organisations
Case & Dewing
CB150 · Corporate body · 1979

1979: Valuation of property in Walsingham

Davis, Belfield and Everest
CB129 · Corporate body · 1979

1979: estimates for programme of work at Slipper Chapel, Walsingham
In 1931 Owen Davis and fellow Quantiity Surveyor John Belfield joined forces to create Davis & Belfield. In 1944 Bobbie Everest joined and the practice became Davis, Belfield & Everest. Everest was a descendent of George Everest, the mid nineteenth century Surveyor General of India and the first man to measure the height of Mount Everest , which was named after him. Langdon & Every merged with Davis Belfield & Everest in 1988 to become Davis Langdon & Everest and in 2004 Davis Langdon & Everest become Davis Langdon LLP

CB277 · Corporate body · 1725-2010

Founded in 1725 by brothers Samuel Driver (1692-1741) and Charles Driver (1699-), bakers and nurserymen and landowners. In January 2010, Drivers Jonas LLP merged with Deloitte LLP to become Drivers Jonas Deloitte. In 2013 the business was rebranded as Deloitte Real Estate.

Dunlop Heywood
CB160 · Corporate body · 1832-

1832: origin
1991: Information about land in Walsingham
2002: established

Francis Hornor & Son (-1996)
CB142 · Corporate body · 1970-2010

1970: Contacting Diocese over land in Walsingham

2010: The Francis Hornor Memorial Archive ( comprises records of160 years of land deals and estate administration across Norfolk, Suffolk and parts of Essex has been donated to Norfolk Record Office. The archive records manorial court proceedings, rent accounts, correspondence and surveys. It also contains thousands of maps and plans, most with detailed notes about crops and changes in tenancy. ( - accessed 14-4-2020)

Hollyer & Symonds
CB323 · Corporate body · 1988

1988: Quantity Surveyor for new Church at Dersingham

Phelan & Agutter
CB146 · Corporate body · 1976

1976: Providing insurance values for Walsingham Properties