A Passion For Records Walter Rye (1843-1929), Topographer, Sportsman and Norfolk’s Champion by Dr Christopher Kitching Launched at a lunchtime lecture on Friday 9 February 2018 at 1pm at the Norfolk Record Office, The Archive Centre, Martineau Lane, Norwich NR1 2DQ A London solicitor by profession, Walter Rye had three spare-time passions: physical exercise, record-searching, and a
On Thursday 12th October we launched our 2017 volume ‘The Papers of Nathaniel Bacon of Stiffkey, Vol. 6, 1608-1613’ which was edited by G. Alan Metters, Victor Morgan, Elizabeth Rutledge and Barry Taylor. The volume was introduced in a lecture by Dr David L. Smith of Selwyn College, Cambridge. The event was held at the Archive Centre, County Hall,
On Thursday 29th September we launched our 2016 volume. ‘The Cartulary of Binham Priory‘ which was edited by Johanna Margerum. The volume was introduced in a lecture by Professor Nicholas Vincent, University of East Anglia. The event was held at the Binham Priory, Warham Road, Binham, Norfolk. More information about this volume can be found here.
2015 Volume Launched: Her Price is Above Pearls: Family and Farming Records of Alice Le Strange, 1617-1656
On Thursday 1st October we launched our 2015 volume. ”Her Price is above Pearls’ – Family and Farming Records of Alice Le Strange, 1586-1656′ which was edited by Elizabeth Griffiths The volume was introduced in a lecture by Professor Jane Whittle of the University of Exeter. The event was held at the Trinity Guildhall, Saturday Market Place, King’s Lynn (by kind invitation
On Thursday 9th October we launched our 2014 volume ‘The First World War Letters of Philip and Ruth Hewetson‘ which was edited by Frank Meeres. The volume was introduced in a lecture by Professor David Stevenson of the London School of Economics. The event was held at the Archive Centre, County Hall, Norwich. More information about this volume can