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GB ARCHON 2913 PA28-01-04-3 · Item · 15 January 1959
Part of Our Lady of the Annunciation Parish, King's Lynn

Writing from 63 High Street, King's Lynn [also known as Bank Chambers, above Midland Bank, from which a number of businesses operated]
Confirming a number of properties held by the Diocesan Trustees in Saddlebow Road and Wisbech Road.
Welwick House, South Lynn Common - was bought in 1890 and sold in 1895 to Curtis - no mention of this in the deeds. Priest has received for 60 years a small sum from common right. Recommends that the trustees clarify legal ownership of the Right attached to Welwick House.
"I regret the length of the tale but no one in the Diocese seems to have any information."

Correspondent
GB ARCHON 2913 PA28-01-01-277 · Item · 27 November 1979
Part of Our Lady of the Annunciation Parish, King's Lynn

Unknown author [parish priest, elsewhere?]- half page with reverse printed list of Christmass Masses in King's Lynn 1978.
Fair surplus - £100 for Sr Leonora of Kitale and £100 for Sr Lydia of the Cameroons? Any other "juicy project"?
"Any chance of a supply next year?"
manuscript annotation: "? Dominicans Sr Eileen / Soc. St Peter for Native Clergy / 23 Eccleston St SW1V 1NO"

Parishioner
GB ARCHON 2913 PA38-01-03-17 · Item · 26-1-1910
Part of The Sacred Heart Parish, St Ives

The writer is directed by the Board of Trustees to ask for a reply to their letter of 15 December 1909. Fr Purcell is asked what arrangements he has made regarding the properties from which he receives rent. The writer call to Fr Purcell's notice that if the properties are not kept in good repair then "Mr Pauling, the great benefactor of your mission may cease to take further interest in the work at St Ives".
[The letter ends at this point - it is an unsigned draft]

Unknown
GB ARCHON 2913 WANR-01-02-67 · Item · 1993-10-15
Part of Walsingham Association - Norwich Branch

[Not clear who signed the letter - possibly from SJB Cathedral]
Talk and slide presentation on 10 November in Parish Hall. Will do some publicity at St Georges and Holy Apostles. Stewards help in 1994 - Cardinal and Apostolic Nuncio may attend the Bishop Alan's 25th Anniversary on 14 May 1994, many other clergy expected. Usual stewarding for Holy Week. Considering how to launch a Norwich branch of the Friends.

Unknown
(1) Ten priests
GB ARCHON 2913 MIS-07-17-1-8 · Part · c1913
Part of Miscellaneous Deposits

Fr Henry Day SJ
Very Rev Prior Clement Tyck CRP
Rev Thomas Kelly SJ
Rev Bede Jarrett OP
Rev George Bede Cox OSB
Rev Henry Norbert Birt OSB
Rev Charles Plater SJ
Rev James Benedict McLaughlin OSB
Rev Patrick J Hayden SJ
Rev Christopher Wilmot SJ

100 [sic] at festive mass
GB ARCHON 2913 DEA-09-02-02-108-10 · Part · 27 December 2023
Part of Roman Catholic Diocese of East Anglia (RCDEA)

"More than 1000 people packed into St John the Baptist Cathedral in Norwich for the Chirtstmas Eve Nativity of the Lord Family Mass.", story continues.
image 1 caption: "Family Mass at St John the Baptist Cathedral."

Norwich Evening News
GB ARCHON 2913 WSHR-06-03-2 · Item · 1985
Part of Walsingham Shrine

"Chapter 10 / The Joyful 1980s / continued from Page 69"
4 columns of text: "First ever undenominational Youth ANV - RC Golden Jubilee 1984 - Accommodation to include facilities for the sick and handicapped - Demand for Youth Accommodation - RC Directors' change - Mother Julian SSM"
Publisher's Note: "... in the event of a second edition being called for, as seems likely, it is not proposed as matters stand at present to make any alterations other than the foregoing to Chapter 10."

Fisher, Claude MBE KSG (-1985)
15th Duke of Norfolk
GB ARCHON 2913 MIS-07-17-1-10 · Part · c1913
Part of Miscellaneous Deposits

His Grace Henry Fitzalan Howard KG PC
15th Duke of Norfolk, Earl Marshal of England, etc.
at whose sole expense St John's was built.

GB ARCHON 2913 PA02-01-02-4 · Item · 23 March 1987
Part of Our Lady and St Peter Parish, Aldeburgh

Dean's summary report on Aldeburgh parish. Fr Ben Hammond is happy at Aldeburgh; should address his Sunday schedule; has no financial worries. The house is well decorated and in a good state. Church has new heating being installed. Concern about influx of workers at Sizewell B (last time, for Sizewell A, this resulted in the construction of Leiston Church).

McBride, Edward Rev (1919-2011)