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Reference FC 94
Covering dates Early 13th Century-1992
Held by Suffolk Record Office, Ipswich Branch
Extent 52 series
Creators Church of England, Worlingworth Parish, Suffolk



GENERAL  FC 94/A  [n.d.]

Town Books  FC 94/A1  [n.d.]

Town book  FC 94/A1/1  1572-1793

(Book in poor condition, binding broken and pages loose)

Contents:
Churchwardens' accounts 1690-1793
List of churchwardens 1572-1689
Various other extracts from earlier 16th century town book
Account of those receiving John Baldry's gift 1741
Pound rate agreed by parishioners to be standing rate by which succeeding taxes and levies (those for church and poor excepted) to be regulated 1693
List of surveyors 1692-1713
List of briefs 1692-1708
Account of those receiving William Godbold's gift 1735, 1738, 1740, 1743

Town book containing record of town meetings, and meetings of the Committee dealing with the poor  FC 94/A1/2  1790-1806

Town book containing record of town meeting and meetings of the Committee dealing with the poor  FC 94/A1/3  1806-1836

Vestry and Church Meeting  FC 94/A2  [n.d.]

Vestry minute book  FC 94/A2/1  1836-1889

Vestry and annual church meeting minute book  FC 94/A2/2  1889-1966

Parish Bill  FC 94/A3  [n.d.]

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/1  1765-1766

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/2  1767

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/3  1768

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/4  1768-1769

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/5  1770

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/6  1770-1771

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/7  1779

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/8  1780

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/9  1781

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/10  1781

Bill from James Barker to Thomas Shildrick for loads of straw  FC 94/A3/11  16 May 1783

Bill from Henry Burrows to John Jessop on the parish account  FC 94/A3/12  19 May 1783

Bill from G. Easter to Mrs Jessop, town warden, for work done at the Guildhall  FC 94/A3/13  1783

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/14  1783

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/15  1783-1784

Bill from Samuel Wardly to Mr Jessop for wood on the parish account  FC 94/A3/16  1784

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/17  1784

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/18  1784

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/19A  18c

Parish bill  FC 94/A3/19B  n.d. (18c.)

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/20  1805

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/21  1806

Bill for 5 bushels of (?)  FC 94/A3/22  Nov. 1807

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/23  1807-1808

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/24  1808

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/25  1809

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/26  1810

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/27  1810

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/28  1811

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/29  1812-1813

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/30  1813

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/31  1814

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/32  1814

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/33  1816

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/34  1817

Bill from Mr Fenwall to Churchwardens for 5s. 5d. for the purchase of new bell rope  FC 94/A3/35  23 June 1765

Bundle of parish bills  FC 94/A3/36  1815

Parish bill for £37.9s.6d.  FC 94/A3/37  n.d

Land Tax Assessment  FC 94/A4  [n.d.]

Certificate of contract for redemption of land tax, Worlingworth and Southolt  FC 94/A4/1  16 Aug. 1800

Three certificates of exoneration from land tax  FC 94/A4/2  1818

Contents:
On property belonging to Godbold's Charity, the Free School, and property belonging to General Estates

Copy of land tax assessment  FC 94/A4/3  1853

Land tax assessment for parish of Southolt  FC 94/A4/4  1853

Receipt for quarterly payment of land tax  FC 94/A4/5  1806

Parish Agreements and Memoranda  FC 94/A5  [n.d.]

Agreement  FC 94/A5/1  30 Aug. 1598

Contents:
Lawrence Ellys and Richard Page, churchwardens of Worlingworth, William Godbold, Thomas Manshipe, John Mayhew, John Page, Richard Watlinge, Henry Watlinge, Richard Adams, and Edmund Browne, with Henry Bemaunte of Worlingworth, yeoman, latter to have disputed piece of land in Worlingworth, containing by estimation one acre called Stille Acre (given originally to town for erection and repair of stiles), in consideration of which he is to pay £12

Memorandum that Joshua Allum, Husbandman  FC 94/A5/2  10 Apr. 1781

Contents:
Delivers to Mr Henry Cupper, churchwarden and overseer, all his goods, chattels and effects mentioned in the inventory of distress made for the recovery of the sum of £1.7.6. for half year's rent due to Mr John Gibborn of Southolt, farmer, for occupation of part of a messuage or tenement with appurtenances situate in Worlingworth

Parish Documents  FC 94/A6  [n.d.]

MS. note of various documents in Worlingworth Parish Collection  FC 94/A6/1  n.d. (modern)

Envelope containing miscellaneous parish documents  FC 94/A6/2  1951-1969

Enclosures  FC 94/A7  [n.d.]

Attested copy of Worlingworth inclosures award, etc.  FC 94/A7/1  1832

Parochial Church Council  FC 94/A8  [n.d.]

Parochial church council minute book  FC 94/A8/1  1920-1963

Parochial church council treasurer's accounts  FC 94/A8/2  1958-1965

Parochial church council bank book  FC 94/A8/3  1930-1957

Photographs  FC 94/A9  [n.d.]

Envelope containing photographs of documents and old picture postcards  FC 94/A9/1  20c

Contents:
Relating to the parish of Worlingworth, with negatives

Envelope containing photographs of documents  FC 94/A9/2  20c

Contents:
Relating to the parish of Worlingworth, with negatives

Envelope containing photographs of Worlingworth School documents  FC 94/A9/3  20c

Envelope containing photographs of Worlingworth documents  FC 94/A9/4  20c

Envelope containing photographs of Worlingworth documents  FC 94/A9/5  20c

Photocopies of documents relating to James Paul, of New England Company  FC 94/A9/6  1822

Photograph of Canon Donnan seated on a horse outside the church  FC 94/A9/7  n.d

Photograph of Canon Donnan and a lady seated on horses  FC 94/A9/8  n.d

Photograph as above, with church in the background  FC 94/A9/9  n.d

Photograph of Canon Donnan at the beginning of the Deben ride  FC 94/A9/10  1968

10 photographs taken at a party for Canon Donnan's horse  FC 94/A9/11  n.d

Postcard showing All Saints, Stradbroke  FC 94/A9/12  n.d

7 postcards of interior and exterior of Worlingworth church  FC 94/A9/13  n.d

Colour photograph of Bishop; Coat of Arms in stained glass at Worlingworth church  FC 94/A9/14  1970

Colour photograph of the font cover at Worlingworth church  FC 94/A9/15  1970

4 photographs of the Worlingworth church plate  FC 94/A9/16  n.d

4 photographs of details of stained glass ?from Worlingworth church  FC 94/A9/17  n.d

Colour photograph of Worlingworth rectory taken from the church tower  FC 94/A9/18  1970

Photograph of the nave of Eriswell church showing the 14c. screen  FC 94/A9/19  n.d

Packet of negatives of photographs taken of books or documents ?in the parish collection  FC 94/A9/20  n.d

Packet of negatives of photographs taken of the church exterior including architectural details and gravestones  FC 94/A9/21  n.d

As FC 94/A9/20  FC 94/A9/22  n.d

As FC 94/A9/20  FC 94/A9/23  n.d

Parish History  FC 94/A10  [n.d.]

History of Worlingworth  FC 94/A10/1  April 6, 1928

(printed).

Contents:
Pocket Histories of Suffolk Parishes. No. 66. Reprinted from the Suffolk Chronicle & Mercury

Printed notes on the history of Worlingworth church by Rev. W.H. Donnan  FC 94/A10/2  1964

List of Worlingworth rectors  FC 94/A10/3  1321-1704

List of Worlingworth rectors  FC 94/A10/4  1482-1963

MS. notes made by Rector W.H. Donnan, on the Worlingworth parish  FC 94/A10/5  [n.d.]

File containing notes made by Rector W.H. Donnan on the Worlingworth parish  FC 94/A10/6  [n.d.]

Monograph on the church of St Mary, Worlingworth  FC 94/A10/7  October 1887

Printed

Contents:
Compiled by David Ross, C.I.E. and edited by the Rev. Fredrick French, rector of Worlingworth-cum-Southolt

Brief notes on the history of Worlingworth church  FC 94/A10/8  1972

Memorandum of improvements made in the parish of Worlingworth  FC 94/A10/9  1915-1926

Photocopy of newspaper cutting from the Suffolk Chronicle "Worlingworth: which reflects the changing face of England"  FC 94/A10/10  1949

Engravings  FC 94/A11  [n.d.]

Printed copy of Worlingworth church engravings  FC 94/A11/1  1833

Printed copy of Tannington church engravings  FC 94/A11/2  1833

Fire Engine  FC 94/A12  [n.d.]

Copy of the "Welfare Review" of the London Fire Brigade  FC 94/A12/1  1964

Contents:
Including account of the Worlingworth fire engine (p. 20)

Printed copy of the account of Worlingworth Parish Fire Engine by the Rev. Nicholas Cribb  FC 94/A12/2  1955

Contents:
(Off-printed from the SIA Proceedings vol. XXVII Pt 1 1955)

Two photographs of Worlingworth fire engine  FC 94/A12/3  1971

Correspondence re parish fire engine  FC 94/A12/4  1971-1972

Folder of newspaper cuttings, photographs, articles, notes and memoranda about the fire engine  FC 94/A12/5  1969-1971

Village Hall  FC 94/A13  [n.d.]

Envelope containing papers  FC 94/A13/1  1964-1966

Contents:
Relating to the church and village hall, formerly Worlingworth old school

Newsletters  FC 94/A14  [n.d.]

Worlingworth, Tannington, Bedfield, Monk Soham and Southolt Newsletter  FC 94/A14/1  May-July 1984

Worlingworth and Tannington Newsletter  FC 94/A14/2  Apr. 1969-May 1971

Hoxne Deanery Magazine  FC 94/A14/3  Aug. 1963-May 1968

Hoxne Deanery News  FC 94/A14/4  Sep. 1968-Apr. 1969

Cathedral News  FC 94/A14/5  Sep.-Oct. 1970

Hoxne Deanery Newsletter  FC 94/A14/6  1974

Visitors' Books  FC 94/A15  [n.d.]

Visitors' book  FC 94/A15/1  1965-1968

List of visitors of note who have signed the visitors' book, with comments  FC 94/A15/2  1952-1970

Maps and Plans  FC 94/A16  [n.d.]

Plan of roads and footways in the parish of Worlingworth by H. Preston  FC 94/A16/1  n.d

Record Office  FC 94/A17  [n.d.]

Bundle of correspondence with the Ipswich and East Suffolk Record Office  FC 94/A17/1  1969-1970

Contents:
Concerning deposits of parish documents and including survey report 1969

CLERGY  FC 94/C  [n.d.]

Tithe  FC 94/C1  [n.d.]

Tithe Book for Worlingworth and Southolt  FC 94/C1/1  1674-1736

Contents:
With an account of repairs at Worlingworth church 1674-1676

Letter from Tithe Commission Office  FC 94/C1/2  1 May 1840

Contents:
Concerning error made in tithe apportionment of Southolt

Letter from Tithe Commission Office to Rev. E. Barlee  FC 94/C1/3  14 Oct. 1842

Contents:
Concerning Southolt tithe rent-charge

Letter from the Church Commissioners  FC 94/C1/4  8 Sep. 1949

Contents:
Relating to the chancel repair liability, under the Tithe Act 1936

Photocopy of Worlingworth tithe map  FC 94/C1/5  1837

Tithe map and apportionment  FC 94/C1/6  1837

Terriers  FC 94/C2  [n.d.]

Terrier  FC 94/C2/1  1709

Part of copy of terrier  FC 94/C2/2  1709

In two pieces

Extract from terrier  FC 94/C2/3  1747

Terrier  FC 94/C2/4  1784

Terrier  FC 94/C2/5  1791

Terrier  FC 94/C2/6  1794

Terrier  FC 94/C2/7  1801

Terrier  FC 94/C2/8  1806

Terrier  FC 94/C2/9  1813

Terrier  FC 94/C2/10  1820

Terrier  FC 94/C2/11  1827

Terrier  FC 94/C2/12  1827

Terrier  FC 94/C2/13  1834

Notice of meeting of property owners in parish of Southolt for the purpose of making a new terrier  FC 94/C2/14  17 June 1865

Terrier  FC 94/C2/15  1872

Inventory  FC 94/C2/16  1932

Glebe  FC 94/C3  [n.d.]

Bundle of papers relating to Worlingworth glebe land and allotments  FC 94/C3/1  Late 18 century-early 19 century

Copy of sale  FC 94/C3/2  6 Feb. 1840

Contents:
George Edwards of Framlingham, gent., Charles Edwards of same place, gent., William Edwards of same place, gent., Frederick Edwards of Barnham, gent., by direction of the Rt. Hon. John Lord Henniker, Patron of Rectory of Worlingworth with the chapel of Southolt annexed, to Rev. Edward Barlee, Rector of Worlingworth and Perpetual Curate of Southolt, and his successors as Perpetual Curates of Southolt; piece of arable land in Southolt called The Church Hempland, containing 2 roods and 34 perches, and piece of arable land in Southolt being parcel of arable land called The Second Church Plough, containing 3 roods and 33 perches

Conveyance  FC 94/C3/3  1 Apr. 1884

Contents:
Rev. Harry Glanville Southwell of Rothwell Rectory, Lincs., to William Taylor Reeve of Worlingworth, tanner; three separate tenements or cottages in Worlingworth and piece of land in Worlingworth

Copy of court roll, Manor of Worlingworth  FC 94/C3/4  25 Sep. 1894

Contents:
Admission of James Clarke to piece of land in Worlingworth

Abstract of title of William Taylor Reeve to freehold property in Worlingworth  FC 94/C3/5  1896

Conveyance  FC 94/C3/6  6 Apr. 1896

Contents:
Sarah Reeve, otherwise Taylor, of Redlingfield, widow, and David Reeve of Redlingfield, farmer, to Frederick French of Worlingworth, clerk; all such parts as are freehold of messuage or tenement formerly used as two tenements, with appurtenances, in Worlingworth

Copy of court roll, Manor of Worlingworth  FC 94/C3/7  6 May 1896

Contents:
Absolute surrender by James Clarke to Rev. Frederic French of piece of land in Worlingworth

Copy of court roll, Manor of Worlingworth  FC 94/C3/8  10 June 1896

Contents:
Admission of Rev. Frederic French to piece of land in Worlingworth

Deed of enfranchisement  FC 94/C3/9  29 Oct. 1901

Contents:
Rt. Hon. Baron Henniker to Rev. Frederick French; piece of land in Worlingworth

Envelope containing correspondence relating to Worlingworth glebe  FC 94/C3/10  1961-1969

Envelope containing correspondence relating to Worlingworth glebe  FC 94/C3/11  1969

Solicitors letter re sale of glebe land  FC 94/C3/12  1986

Bundle of correspondence relating to glebe rents and sale of glebe land  FC 94/C3/13  1967-1974

Stipendiary Curates' Licences  FC 94/C4  [n.d.]

Stipendiary curate's licence  FC 94/C4/1  8 Jan. 1845

Contents:
Rev. Edward Freuer to Worlingworth with Southolt at stipend of £50, residing at Bedfield

Stipendiary curate's licence  FC 94/C4/2  14 Jan. 1890

Contents:
Edward Burroughes Pearse to Worlingworth and Southolt, at stipend of £100 p.a., residing in Southolt

Institutions and Readings in  FC 94/C5  [n.d.]

Institution of Rev. Charles Buckle B.LL. to Rectory and parish church of Worlingworth with the chapel of Southolt  FC 94/C5/1  4 Oct. 1780

Memorandum of reading in of Rev. Nicholas Llanwarne Cribb to united benefice of Worlingworth with Tannington  FC 94/C5/2  30 Mar. 1852

Institution of Rev. F. French to the consolidated rectories of the parish churches of Worlingworth and Southolt  FC 94/C5/3  7 Oct. 1853

Memorandum of reading in of Rev. Frederick French to united benefices of Worlingworth with the chapel of Southolt  FC 94/C5/4  23 Oct. 1853

Photocopy of the declaration of Rev. Charles Buckle  FC 94/C5/5  4 Oct. 1780

Contents:
(To be instituted to the rectory and parish church of Worlingworth, with the chapel of Southolt) relating to his assent to the thirty-nine articles of the Church of England

Notice of proposal relating to the institution of the Rev. W.H. Donnan to the united benefice of Worlingworth and Tannington  FC 94/C5/6  21 June 1961

Order of service for the collation and institution as Honorary Canon of the Revd. Donnan into the stall of St Edward King and Confessor, at St Edmundsbury Cathedral  FC 94/C5/7  14 Nov. 1982

Services  FC 94/C6  [n.d.]

Three printed copies of Order in Council for amendment of references to the Royal family in the Book of Common Prayer  FC 94/C6/1  10 May 1910

Two printed notices that a special form of service is to be used in Commemoration of his late Majesty King Edward  FC 94/C6/2  10 May 1910

Contents:
With two copies of this service

Register of services  FC 94/C6/3  1917-1943

Register of services  FC 94/C6/4  1943-1964

Printed copy of the thanksgiving service for the restoration of the roof and font cover  FC 94/C6/5  9 July 1963

Order of Service for Animal Sunday  FC 94/C6/6  n.d

Benefice Papers  FC 94/C7  [n.d.]

Fire insurance policy on rectory, adjacent buildings and chancel of church  FC 94/C7/1  26 Jan. 1920

Charging assessment on sum of money lent by Governors of Queen Anne's Bounty to the benefice  FC 94/C7/2  1 Jan. 1942

Letter from Church Commissioners to Rev. N. Cribb  FC 94/C7/3  13 Oct. 1952

Contents:
Stating that the union of the benefices of Worlingworth and Tannington does not affect the status of the individual parishes

Loan from the Church Commissioners for the sum of £393.7s.2d. under the Ecclesiastical Dilapidations measures 1923 to 1951, for the repair of rectory  FC 94/C7/4  13 Jan. 1955

Order in Council to dispose of part of the Worlingworth churchyard  FC 94/C7/5  25 Apr. 1978

2 copies

Letter from the church commissioners  FC 94/C7/6  27 Jul. 1979

Contents:
Concerning the union of the benefices of Worlingworth with Southolt and Tannington, Bedfield with Monk Soham. Also attached, a draft pastoral scheme for the Union of benefices

Letter  FC 94/C7/7  1986

Contents:
Re suspension of the right of presentation to the benefice of Worlingworth with Southolt, Tannington, Bedfield and Monk Soham on the resignation of Canon Donnan

Circular from Hoxne Deanery about the problems of pastoral reorganization  FC 94/C7/8  1985

Letter and draft of the suggested instruments of government in the 1980 Education Act  FC 94/C7/9  1983

Contents:
Concerning voluntary controlled and voluntary aided Primary schools

Letter from diocesan secretary about 1983 returns for the Central Register  FC 94/C7/10  1983

Circular from the War Graves Commission for the Commonwealth  FC 94/C7/11  1984

Returns of church membership, for Worlingworth 1980 and 1984, Monk Soham 1980 and Bedfield 1982  FC 94/C7/12  1980-1984

Correspondence concerning church cottages, Worlingworth  FC 94/C7/13  1970

Booklet No Secret Plan in the diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich  FC 94/C7/14  1968

Letter and circular concerning the pastoral measure 1968  FC 94/C7/15  1968

Correspondence with the church commissioners  FC 94/C7/16  1970

Contents:
Concerning the benefice of Worlingworth and Tannington

Circular re clergy stipends  FC 94/C7/17  1971/1972

Note outlining the taxed dividends of the Rev. W.H. Donnan  FC 94/C7/18  1968-1969

Sequestrations  FC 94/C8  [n.d.]

[no title]  FC 94/C8/1  25 Sep. 1951

Contents:
Sequestration of the Rural Dean and church-wardens of Worlingworth and Tannington, to the united benefices of Worlingworth with Tannington, due to the death of the Rev. George Thomas Wilkes

[no title]  FC 94/C8/2  22 Dec. 1960

Contents:
Sequestration of the Rural Dean and church-wardens of Worlingworth and Tannington, to the united benefices of Worlingworth with Tannington, due to the cession of the Rev. N.F. Southgate

Correspondence  FC 94/C9  [n.d.]

Envelope containing rector's correspondence  FC 94/C9/1  1961-1969

Envelope containing rector's correspondence  FC 94/C9/2  1965-1969

Bundle containing rector's correspondence  FC 94/C9/3  1958-1970

Two folders  FC 94/C9/4  1962-1981

Contents:
Containing:
(1) miscellaneous correspondence re pastoral measures, sale of glebe, school house, quinquennial reports, repairs of fabric etc
(2) photocopies of documents 20 century

Rector's file of P.C.C. working papers and correspondence  FC 94/C9/5  1966-1986

File of correspondence of Canon Donnan  FC 94/C9/6  1957-1974


Related information: (See also FC 94/C12)

Contents:
Both relating to parish matters and of a more personal nature and including correspondence relating to the fabric of the church

File of correspondence  FC 94/C9/7  1955-1973

Contents:
Relating to burial, baptism and marriage services and related matters, family history etc.

Churchyard  FC 94/C10  [n.d.]

Correspondence and copy of faculty for grave reservation for Mr Derek Eaton  FC 94/C10/1  1986

Correspondence with Horvath family re reserving grave spaces  FC 94/C10/2  1986

Letter concerning Worlingworth churchyard extension  FC 94/C10/3  1970

Rectory  FC 94/C11  [n.d.]

Agreement to alter the valuation list for the rectory, garage and premises in Eriswell  FC 94/C11/1  1960

Letter concerning improvements to Worlingworth rectory's heating system  FC 94/C11/2  1961

Letter and bills relating to repair work to Worlingworth rectory  FC 94/C11/3  1969

Canon Donnan  FC 94/C12  [n.d.]


Related information: (see also FC 94/A9 Photographs and FC 94/C9 correspondence)

List of subscribers to a presentation to the Rev. & Mrs W. Donnan on the occasion of their leaving the village  FC 94/C12/1  n.d

[no title]  FC 94/C12/2  1970

Contents:
Newspaper cutting from the East Anglian Daily Times about a thanksgiving service for animals at Worlingworth with a photograph of Canon Donnan blessing a tortoise

Accounts  FC 94/C13  [n.d.]

Account of the Rev. F. French  FC 94/C13/1  1873-1883

REGISTRATION  FC 94/D  [n.d.]

Extracts, copies and indexes of parish registers  FC 94/D1  [n.d.]

Extract from parish register of Horham  FC 94/D1/1  9 Feb. 1830

Contents:
Concerning marriage of Henry Mayhew of Worlingworth and Sarah Sherman of Horham

Certification of birth and baptism of Robert, son of Emma Creasey at St Michael-at-Thorn, Norwich  FC 94/D1/2  15 Feb. 1825; 6 Mar. 1825

Index to Registers  FC 94/D1/3  1558-1795

Contents:
(Compiled by previous incumbent)

Notices concerning banns and marriages  FC 94/D2  [n.d.]

Request for banns of marriage to be published between Charles Clarke of Worlingworth and Sarah Clarke of Linstead Magna  FC 94/D2/1  12 Sep. 1822

2 copies

Affidavit and notices relative to marriage between Robert Plant of Worlingworth and Sarah Randall of Bredfield  FC 94/D2/2  1 Dec. 1822

Affidavit and notices relative to marriage between James Ashford of Worlingworth and Keren Happuck Chambers of Bedfield  FC 94/D2/3  28 Dec. 1822

Affidavit and notices relative to marriage between Charles Scutton of Framlingham and Martha Lenny of Worlingworth  FC 94/D2/4  Dec. 1822

[no title]  FC 94/D2/5  7 Mar. 1958

Contents:
Licence from the Bishop of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich, sanctioning the publication of banns of marriage and the solemnization of marriage in the parish church of Tannington, due to the closure of the church of Worling-worth for repairs

[no title]  FC 94/D2/6  15 Dec. 1833

Contents:
Certificate of publication of banns of marriage between James Pepper and Carolin Churchyard, both single persons, and of the parish of Worlingworth, published in the parish church of Bedfield

Certificate of publication of banns of marriage between Rossly Masterson of Wickham Market and Elsie Wightman of Tannington  FC 94/D2/7  17 Oct. 1926

Contents:
Published in the parish church of Wickham Market

Certificate of publication of banns of marriage between Gerald Scrubs of Brundish and Patricia Slister of Worlingworth  FC 94/D2/8  29 Jun. 1966

Contents:
Published in the parish of Brundish

Certificate of publication of banns of marriage between Keith Reader of Yoxford and Janet Hubbard of Worlingworth  FC 94/D2/9  25 Jun. 1967

Contents:
Published in the parish of Yoxford

Certificate of publication of banns of marriage between Neville Lanchester of Diss (Nf.) and Gwenneth Heffer of Worlingworth  FC 94/D2/10  1 Feb. 1968

Contents:
Published in the parish of Bressingham (Nf.)

Certificate of publication of banns of marriage between Derek Clarke of Peasenhall and Daphne Mayhew of Worlingworth  FC 94/D2/11  15 Jun. 1969

Contents:
Published in the parish of Peasenhall

Marriage Licences  FC 94/D3  [n.d.]

Marriage licence  FC 94/D3/1  20 Nov. 1855

Contents:
Thomas Woodward of Dagworth, a hamlet of Old Newton, and Pamela Borrett of Worlingworth

Marriage licence  FC 94/D3/2  5 Nov. 1856

Contents:
Alfred Button of Ufford and Charlotte Blomfield of Worlingworth

Marriage licence  FC 94/D3/3  26 Nov. 1856

Contents:
Henry Blomfield of Worlingworth and Mary Ann Yoring

Marriage licence  FC 94/D3/4  3 Dec. 1858

Contents:
William Henry Preston of Tannington and Anna Eliza Garnham of Worlingworth, at Worlingworth

Marriage licence  FC 94/D3/5  28 Dec. 1858

Contents:
Horace Stannard of Worling worth and Sarah Moulton of Worlingworth at Worlingworth

Marriage licence  FC 94/D3/6  9 Nov. 1859

Contents:
William Punchard of Bedingfield and Charlotte Moulton of Worlingworth at Worlingworth

Marriage licence  FC 94/D3/7  16 Aug. 1860

Contents:
Charles Pebbutt, clerk, of Potton, and Mary Elizabeth Cornish of Worlingworth, at Worlingworth

Marriage licence  FC 94/D3/8  29 Dec. 1860

Contents:
William Aldous of Bedfield and Anna Maria Preston of Worlingworth

Marriage licence  FC 94/D3/9  23 Nov. 1886

Contents:
Joseph Leggett of Worlingworth and Phyllis Pattle of Worlingworth widow

Marriage licence  FC 94/D3/10  14 Dec. 1896

Contents:
Frederick Webber of Worlingworth and Mary Ann Copping of Worlingworth, at Worlingworth

Marriage licence  FC 94/D3/11  22 Dec. 1916

Contents:
John Mutimer of Worlingworth and Bessie Hart of Worlingworth, at Worlingworth

Marriage licence  FC 94/D3/12  19 Mar. 1951

Contents:
Stanley James Alderton of Stradbroke and Linda Mary Kerry of Worlingworth, at Worlingworth

Marriage licence  FC 94/D3/13  5 Dec. 1967

Contents:
John Frederick Foster of the parish of St George the Martyr of Bloomsbury, county London, a widower, and Margaret Sarah Bate of Worlingworth, a spinster

Marriage licence  FC 94/D3/14  8 May 1919

Contents:
Bruce Frederick Furniss of Tannington and Hilda May Turner of Dennington

Marriage licence  FC 94/D3/15  15 Jul. 1969

Contents:
Geoffrey Robert Scruby of Brundish and Lorena Greenard of Worlingworth

Registers  FC 94/D4  [n.d.]

Register  FC 94/D4/1  1558-1673

Contents:
Containing: Baptisms
Marriages (outside dates of book)
Burials

Register  FC 94/D4/2  1673-1795

Contents:
Containing: Baptisms 1673-1795
Marriages 1673-1753
Burials 1673-1795

Register  FC 94/D4/3  1795-1812

Contents:
Containing: Baptisms 1795-1812
Burials 1795-1812

Register of baptisms  FC 94/D4/4  1813-1848

Register  FC 94/D4/5  1754-1813

Contents:
Containing: Marriages 1754-1813
Banns 1754-1809

Register of marriages  FC 94/D4/6  1813-1837

Register of banns  FC 94/D4/7  1823-1860

Register of banns  FC 94/D4/8  1861-1919

Register of banns  FC 94/D4/9  1919-1965

Register of baptisms  FC 94/D4/10  1848-1895

Register of marriages  FC 94/D4/11  1837-1964

Register of burials  FC 94/D4/12  1813-1886

Register of burials  FC 94/D4/13  1886-1992

CHURCHWARDENS  FC 94/E  [n.d.]

Fabric  FC 94/E1  [n.d.]

Letter from Sir John Henniker to Mr William Ray  FC 94/E1/1  7 Feb. 1782

Contents:
Concerning monument to late Sir John Major in the chancel of the church

Plan of vault made in Worlingworth chancel for late Mrs Barlee, dec'd.  FC 94/E1/2  22 June 1826

Specification for work to be done in chancel of Worlingworth church  FC 94/E1/3  1865

Notebook containing account of restoration of the chancel of St Mary's, Worlingworth  FC 94/E1/4  1866-1868

[no title]  FC 94/E1/5  1870

Contents:
Notice that at a meeting held 21 June 1870 it was decided that a memorial window be erected at the west end of Worlingworth church by subscription of the tenants and parishioners of Worlingworth as a slight tribute of their esteem and affection for the late John, Lord Henniker, Baron Hartismere of Worlingworth Hall and Thorndon Park; with names of committee members and list of subscriptions

List of subscriptions received by John Blomfield for memorial window to the late John, Lord Henniker  FC 94/E1/6  n.d

Report of Augustus Frere, F.R.I.B.A., on the necessary restoration of font cover  FC 94/E1/7  16 July 1891

Bundle of papers relating to the restoration of the font cover  FC 94/E1/8  1893-1894

Printed circular asking for subscriptions for restoration of font cover  FC 94/E1/9  n.d. (late 19c.)

List of donations to Worlingworth Font Restoration Fund  FC 94/E1/10  n.d

MS. notice of service for re-dedication of font and cover  FC 94/E1/11  n.d

Letter for church commissioners stating that Worlingworth church has been included in list of buildings of special architectural or historic interest  FC 94/E1/12  1955

Book containing specifications and accounts of Worlingworth parish church restoration  FC 94/E1/13  1952-1954

Worlingworth electricity wayleaves agreements and accounts for the installation of electric light in the parish church  FC 94/E1/14  1953-1954

Account of the rectory repairs  FC 94/E1/15  1951-1952

Specification of work to be carried out and material to be used in connection with repairs to St Mary's church, Worlingworth  FC 94/E1/16  Mar. 1962

Typed copy of the report on the font cover in the church of St Mary, Worlingworth, by Augustus Frere  FC 94/E1/17  16 July 1891

Account for the cleaning of rectory pond  FC 94/E1/18  Nov. 1961

Report by Eve Baker on the font cover, at St Mary's church, Worlingworth  FC 94/E1/19  1 July 1962

Specification of works to be done and materials to be used in the partial re-roofing of Worlingworth rectory  FC 94/E1/20  May 1967

Report on the inspection of St Mary, Worlingworth  FC 94/E1/21  24 Apr. 1964

Envelope containing correspondence  FC 94/E1/22  1952-1969

Contents:
Relating to the repair of Worlingworth church and rectory

Letters from the Ministry of Housing and Local Government, informing incumbent and churchwardens of Worlingworth  FC 94/E1/23  2 Nov. 1955

Contents:
Relating to the inclusion of Church of St Mary, Worlingworth, and the rectory and barn, in the list of Buildings of Special Architectural and Historic interest, under the Town and Country Planning Act, 1947, Section 30

Memorandum relating to the discovery of stone coffin lid found under the great south door  FC 94/E1/24  1875

Chancel repair accounts  FC 94/E1/25  1875

List of subscribers for St Mary church organ fund  FC 94/E1/26  26 Oct. 1899

Archdeacons certificate for repairs  FC 94/E1/27  26 June 1986

Report on inspection of church bells by Whitechapel Bellfoundry  FC 94/E1/28  1962, 1970


Related information: (see also FC 94/N6)

Contents:
With estimates for re-hanging and related correspondence

Correspondence re restoration of bells  FC 94/E1/29  1970, 1974


Related information: (see also FC 94/N6)

Report on inspection of bells by John Taylor & Co. of Loughborough  FC 94/E1/30  1971


Related information: (see also FC 94/N6)

Contents:
With specification and estimate for restoration and re-hanging, and plan of existing bell frame

Report on church fabric under the Inspection of Churches Measure  FC 94/E1/31  Nov. 1981

2 copies

[no title]  FC 94/E1/32  1958-1971

Contents:
File of correspondence relating to fabric including notes on stained glass, report of the inspection of nave roof timbers 1957, photographs and notes on church plate, correspondence on the font and screen, letter concerning war damage and order of service for thanksgiving service for the restoration of the roof and font cover 1963

Benefactions  FC 94/E2  [n.d.]

List of benefactions to the parish of St Mary's Worlingworth  FC 94/E2/1  late 19century-early 20century

Faculties  FC 94/E3  [n.d.]

Faculty to remove and sell present organ and to erect new one  FC 94/E3/1  30 Dec. 1899

Faculty to erect a stone reredos in chancel of church  FC 94/E3/2  17 Aug. 1901; 12 Apr. 1902

Contents:
With receipt for payment of fees

Faculty to restore the tower of the parish church  FC 94/E3/3  21 July 1954

Contents:
To remove the lead from the tower roof; replace by a new roof; re-new the parapets; point the flintwork, and to renew the flag pole

[no title]  FC 94/E3/4  4 Jan. 1956

Contents:
Faculty to place a brass memorial tablet, on the south wall of the chancel, in memory of Annie Cecilia and Deaconess Kate Herbert French, daughters of the late Rev. F. French

Faculty to install electric light in the parish church  FC 94/E3/5  8 May 1957

[no title]  FC 94/E3/6  22 Nov. 1961

Contents:
Faculty to restore the nave roof; to redecorate the walls of the nave; to repair the floor of the nave and to restore ancient glass now in the care of Denis King Esq., F.S.A. at Norwich

Faculty to hang up a list of rectors  FC 94/E3/7  25 May 1965

Faculty to hang up British Legion standard  FC 94/E3/8  10 Aug. 1973

Accounts and Bills  FC 94/E4  [n.d.]

Disbursements of Samuel (? Wordley), churchwarden  FC 94/E4/1  1765-1766

Disbursements of Samuel Wardley, churchwarden  FC 94/E4/2  1766-1767

Disbursements of Samuel Wardley, sen. churchwarden  FC 94/E4/3  1767-1768

Churchwarden's disbursements  FC 94/E4/4  1781-1782

Churchwardens' account book  FC 94/E4/5  1793-1949

Bill from John Reeve for work done at church  FC 94/E4/6  1807-1808

Bill from East Anglian Daily Times to the Rev. F. French for advertising "Re-dedication of Font"  FC 94/E4/7  13 May 1893

Bill from George Groom to the churchwardens for work done at the Worlingworth church, settled  FC 94/E4/8  1809

Ledger containing P.C.C. and churchwardens accounts  FC 94/E4/9  1950-1958

Disbursements of Samuel Wardley  FC 94/E4/10  Feb. 1810-Feb. 1811

Bill from William Ray for materials  FC 94/E4/11  Feb.-Dec. 1780

Citations  FC 94/E5  [n.d.]

Citation to minister, churchwardens and sidesmen of Southolt, to episcopal  FC 94/E5/1  1872

Church Fees  FC 94/E6  [n.d.]

Schedule of church fees (Dennington)  FC 94/E6/1  1866

Table of parochial fees  FC 94/E6/2  1984

Table of parochial fees  FC 94/E6/3-4  1985

2 copies

Articles of Inquiry  FC 94/E7  [n.d.]

Articles of inquiry for Lionel Turnbull and Herbert Palfrey churchwardens, for 1986 Visitation  FC 94/E7/1  1986

RATES  FC 94/F  [n.d.]

General Rates  FC 94/F1  [n.d.]

A tabulated statement under the headings  FC 94/F1/1  1801-1817

Contents:
"Amount of poor rate, law expenses by removals, county rates, militia men, passes, road indictments, highway rate, church and constable rate, overseers salaries, expenses not coming under the above heads, nett amount of rate", for

OVERSEERS  FC 94/G  [n.d.]

Appointments  FC 94/G1  [n.d.]

Appointment of overseers; Robert Marshall, James Emerson and John Farrow  FC 94/G1/1  7 Apr. 1824

Apprenticeship  FC 94/G2  [n.d.]

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/1  15 Apr. 1698

Contents:
Mary Rowse, a base child, to Nicholas Sustenance of Rishangles, yeoman

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/2  1 Nov. 1701

Contents:
George Read, a poor child, to William Godbold of Worlingworth, gent.

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/3  1 Nov. 1701

Contents:
Sarah West, a poor child, to Anthony Downing of Worlingworth

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/4  4 Sep. 1745

Contents:
John Brundle, a poor child, to John Sadd of Worlingworth to learn the art and mystery of a butcher

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/5  31 Mar. 1772

Contents:
Henry Vincent, a poor child, to Richard Wall of Dennington, glover

[no title]  FC 94/G2/6  5 Mar. 1787

Contents:
Certificate that Hobart Newson of Lowestoft binds his heirs and executors to pay parishioners of Worlingworth the sum of £5.5s. in case he should die before Phebe Vincent has served half her apprenticeship

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/7  4 Mar. 1799; 12 Nov. 1798

Contents:
Thomas Gosling, a poor child, to James Wright, cordwainer, of Worlingworth
With agreement by parish meeting that Thomas Gosling be bound apprentice

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/8  28 Dec. 1801

Contents:
James Chaplin, a poor child, to Lionel Groom, cordwainer of Monk Soham

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/9  28 Dec. 1801

Contents:
James Chaplin, a poor child, to Lionel Groom, cordwainer on Monk Soham

Authority from J.P.'s that Robert Johnson a poor child, may be bound apprentice to George Greenard of Worlingworth, farmer  FC 94/G2/10  26 June 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/11  1817

Contents:
John Clayton, a poor child, to William Green of Worling-worth, farmer 5 July 1817
With authority of J.P.'s that John Clayton may be bound apprentice 26 June 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/12  1817

Contents:
Charlotte Clayton, a poor child, to William Cupper of Worlingworth, 5 July 1817
With authority of J.P's that Charlotte Clayton may be bound apprentice, 26 June 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/13  1817

Contents:
William Hill, a poor child, to William Spurling of Worlingworth, 5 July 1817
With authority of J.P.'s that William Hill may be bound apprentice, 26 June 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/14  1817

Contents:
William Mayhew, a poor child, to William Spurling of Worlingworth, 5 July 1817
With authority of J.P.'s that William Mayhew may be bound apprentice, 26 June 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/15  1817

Contents:
Matilda Lenny, a poor child, to William Green of Worlingworth, farmer, 5 July 1817
With authority of J.P.'s that Matilda Lenny may be bound apprentice, 26 June 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/16  5 July 1817

Contents:
Robert Johnson, a poor child, to George Greenard

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/17  1817

Contents:
Thomas Peck to William Cupper of Worlingworth, 5 July 1817
With authority of J.P.'s that William Cupper may be bound apprentice, 26 June 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/18  1817

Contents:
Robert Denny, a poor child, to George Button of Worlingworth, 5 July 1817
With authority of J.P.'s that Robert Denny may be bound apprentice, 26 June 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/19  1817

Contents:
Rhoda Whitmore, a poor child, to William Spurling of Worlingworth, 5 July 1817
With authority of J.P.'s that Rhoda Whitmore may be bound apprentice, 26 June 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/20  1817

Contents:
Frances Gudgeon, a poor child, to Henry Cupper of Worlingworth, farmer, 5 July 1817
With authority of J.P.'s that Frances Gudgeon may be bound apprentice, 26 June 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/21  1817

Contents:
Richard Harvey, a poor child, to Joseph Adams of Worlingworth, farmer, 5 July 1817
With authority of J.P.'s that Richard Harvey may be bound apprentice, 26 June 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/22  1817

Contents:
Rose Newson, a poor child, to John Ashford of Worlingworth, farmer, 5 July 1817
With authority of J.P.'s that Rose Newson may be bound apprentice, 26 June 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/23  1817

Contents:
James Ranacres, a poor child, to Henry Cupper of Worlingworth, farmer, 5 July 1817
With authority of J.P.'s that James Runacres may be bound apprentice, 26 June 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/24  1817

Contents:
Hannah Reeve a poor child, to Robert Marshall of Worlingworth, farmer, 5 July 1817
With authority of J.P.'s that Hannah Reeve may be bound apprentice, 26 June 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/25  1817

Contents:
Harriet Lenny to Thomas Ling of Worlingworth, farmer, 21 Aug. 1817
With authority of J.P.'s that Harriet Lenny may be bound apprentice, 7 Aug. 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/26  1817

Contents:
Sarah Goddard, a poor child, to John Shearing of Worlingworth, farmer, 21 Aug. 1817
With authority of J.P.'s that Sarah Goddard may be bound apprentice, 7 Aug. 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/27  1817

Contents:
James Taylor, a poor child, to John Mutimer of Worlingworth, farmer, 21 Aug. 1817
With authority of J.P.'s that James Taylor may be bound apprentice, 7 Aug. 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/28  1817

Contents:
James Lenny, a poor child, to John Shearing of Worlingworth, farmer, 21 Aug. 1817
With authority of J.P.'s that James Lenny may be bound apprentice, 7 Aug. 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/29  1817

Contents:
Harriet Thorndike a poor child, to John Blomfield of Worlingworth, farmer, 21 Aug. 1817
With authority of J.P.'s that Harriet Thorndike may be bound apprentice, 7 Aug. 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/30  1817

Contents:
Mary Smith, a poor child, to John Jessop of Worlingworth, farmer, 21 Aug. 1817
With authority of J.P.'s that Mary Smith may be bound apprentice, 7 Aug. 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/31  1817

Contents:
Jemima Mayhew, a poor child, to Samuel Fuller of Worlingworth, farmer, 21 Aug. 1817
With authority of J.P.'s that Jemima Mayhew may be bound apprentice, 7 Aug. 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/32  1817

(Two parts)

Contents:
Keziah Mayhew, a poor child, to John Shearing of Worlingworth, farmer, 21 Aug. 1817
With authority of J.P.'s that Keziah Mayhew be bound apprentice, 7 Aug. 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/33  1817

(Both parts)

Contents:
Eliza Taylor, a poor child, to William Bay of Tannington, farmer, 17 Oct. 1817
With authority of J.P.'s for Eliza Taylor to be bound apprentice, 7 Aug. 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/34  1817

Contents:
Harriet Runacres, a poor child, to Samuel Wardley of Brundish, farmer, 17 Oct. 1817
With authority of J.P.'s that Harriet Runacres may be bound apprentice, 7 Aug. 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/35  1817

(Two parts)

Contents:
Sarah Smith, a poor child, to James Clarke of Worlingworth, farmer, 17 Oct. 1817
With authority of J.P.'s that Sarah Smith may be bound apprentice, 7 Aug. 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/36  1817

(Two parts)

Contents:
Susanna Blomfield, a poor child, to Samuel Wardley of Brundish, farmer, 17 Oct. 1817
With authority of J.P.'s that Susanna Blomfield may be bound apprentice, 7 Aug. 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/37  1817

Contents:
Thomas Riches, a poor child, to Rev. Edward Barlee of Worlingworth, 13 Nov. 1817
With authority of J.P.'s that Thomas Riches a poor child, may be bound apprentice, 30 Oct. 1817

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/38  1817

Contents:
Samuel Bridges, a poor child, to John Blomfield of Worlingworth, farmer, 27 Nov. 1817
With authority of J.P.'s that Samuel Bridges may be bound apprentice, 13 Nov. 1811

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/39  1818

Contents:
Phoebe Archer, a poor child, to William Cupper of Worlingworth, farmer, 30 April 1818
With J.P.'s authority that Phoebe Archer may be bound apprentice, 30 April 1818

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/40  1818

Contents:
Robert Newson, a poor child, to Salter Castell of Bedfield, farmer, 30 April 1818
With authority of J.P.'s that Robert Newson may be bound apprentice, 30 April 1818

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/41  1818

Contents:
Harriet Durant, a poor child, to Samuel Fuller of Worlingworth, 8 Oct. 1818
With authority of J.P.'s that Harriet Durant may be bound apprentice, 8 Oct. 1818

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/42  1818

Contents:
Thomas Goddard, a poor child, to James Spurling of Worlingworth, farmer, 8 Oct. 1818
With authority of J.P.'s that Thomas Goddard may be bound apprentice, 23 July 1818

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/43  1818

Contents:
Sarah Smith, a poor child, to James Emerson of Worlingworth, farmer, 8 Oct. 1818
With J.P.'s authority that Sarah Smith may be bound apprentice, 23 July 1818

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/44  1818

Contents:
Phoebe Taylor, a poor child, to John Mutimer of Worlingworth, farmer, 8 Oct. 1818
With authority of J.P.'s that Phoebe Taylor may be bound apprentice, 23 July 1818

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/45  1818

Contents:
Ann Thorndike, a poor child, to John Shearing of Worlingworth, farmer, 8 Oct. 1818
With authority of J.P.'s that Ann Thorndike may be bound apprentice, 23 July 1818

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/46  1818

Contents:
Susanna Gosling, a poor child, to James Spurling of Worlingworth, farmer, 8 Oct. 1818
With authority from J.P.'s that Susanna Gosling may be bound apprentice, 23 July 1818

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/47  1818

Contents:
Keziah Mayhew, a poor child, to Thomas Moulton of Worlingworth, farmer, 8 Oct. 1818
With authority of J.P.'s that Keziah Mayhew may be bound apprentice, 23 July 1818

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/48  1818

Contents:
Keziah Mayhew, a poor child, to Thomas Moulton of Worlingworth, farmer, 8 Oct. 1818

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/49  1818

(Two parts)

Contents:
Eliza Taylor, a poor child, to William Green of Worlingworth, farmer, 8 Oct. 1818
With authority of J.P.'s that Eliza Taylor may be bound apprentice, 23 July 1818

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/50  1818

Contents:
Elijah Warne, a poor child, to James Ives of Worlingworth, cordwainer, 26 Nov. 1818
With authority of J.P.'s that Elijah Warne may be bound apprentice, 26 Nov. 1818

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/51  1818

Contents:
James Blomsfield, a poor child, to John Pizzey of Worlingworth, gardener, 26 Nov. 1818
With authority of J.P.'s that James Blomsfield may be bound apprentice, 26 Nov. 1818

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/52  1818

Contents:
Eliza Taylor, a poor child, to William Spurling of Worlingworth, 10 Dec. 1818
With authority of J.P.'s that Eliza Taylor may be bound apprentice, 10 Dec. 1818

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/53  1819

Contents:
Ann Thorndike, a poor child, to Joseph Turner of Worlingworth, farmer, 7 Jan. 1819
With authority of J.P.'s that Ann Thorndike may be bound apprentice, 7 Jan. 1819

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/54  1819

Contents:
Susanna Blomfield, a poor child, to John Jessop of Worlingworth, farmer, 4 Feb. 1819
With authority of J.P.'s that Susanna Blomfield may be bound apprentice, 4 Feb. 1819

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/55  1819

Contents:
Keziah Mayhew, a poor child, to Henry Cupper of Worlingworth, farmer, 28 April 1819
With authority of J.P.'s that Keziah Mayhew may be bound apprentice, 28 April 1819

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/56  1819

Contents:
Susan Blomfield, a poor child, to Thomas Moulton of Worlingworth, farmer, 28 April 1819
With authority of J.P.'s that Susan Blomfield may be bound apprentice, 28 April 1819

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/57  1819

Contents:
Charlotte Calver, a poor child, to John Cordy of Worlingworth, grocer and draper, 28 Oct. 1819
With authority of J.P.'s that Charlotte Calver pay be bound apprentice, 28 Oct. 1819

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/58  1819

Contents:
Edmund Taylor, poor child, to George Grenard of Worlingworth, farmer, 28 Oct. 1819
With authority of J.P.'s that Edmund Taylor may be bound apprentice, 28 Oct. 1819

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/59  1819

Contents:
Robert Newman, a poor child, to William Aldous of Worlingworth, farmer, 28 Oct. 1819
With authority of J.P.'s that Robert Newman may be bound apprentice, 14 Oct. 1819

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/60  1819

Contents:
George Bridges, a poor child, to John King of Worlingworth, farmer, 28 Oct. 1819
With authority of J.P.'s that George Bridges may be bound apprentice, 28 Oct. 1819

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/61  1819

Contents:
Samuel Clayton, a poor child, to George Button of Worlingworth, farmer, 28 Oct. 1819
With authority of J.P.'s that George Button may be bound apprentice, 14 Oct. 1819

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/62  1819

Contents:
Mary Mayhew, a poor child, to William Green of Worlingworth, farmer, 23 Dec. 1819
With authority of J.P.'s that Mary Mayhew may be bound apprentice, 23 Dec. 1819

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/63  1820

Contents:
Ann Newman, a poor child, to John Farrow of Worlingworth, miller, 11 Oct. 1820

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/64  1820

Contents:
Edmund Taylor, a poor child, to Lott Betts of Worlingworth, farmer, 11 Oct. 1820
With authority from J.P.'s that Edmund Taylor may be bound apprentice, 17 Aug. 1820

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/65  1820

Contents:
Ann Newman, a poor child, to John Farrow of Worlingworth, miller, 11 Oct. 1820
With authority of J.P.'s that Ann Newman may be bound apprentice, 11 Oct. 1820

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/66  1822

Contents:
Abigail Taylor, a poor child, to John Spurling of Worlingworth, farmer, 19 Dec. 1822
With J.P.'s authority that Abigail Taylor may be bound apprentice, 19 Dec. 1822

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/67  1822

Contents:
Mary Denny, a poor child, to Ann Thurston of Stradbrook, widow and farmer, 20 Dec. 1822
With authority of J.P.'s that Mary Penny may be bound apprentice, 19 Dec. 1822

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/68  1822

Contents:
Emily Gudgeon, a poor child, to William Turner of Worlingworth, farmer, 20 Dec. 1822
With authority of J.P.'s that Emily Gudgeon may be bound apprentice, 19 Dec. 1822

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/69  1822

Contents:
Thomas Warne, a poor child, to Robert Marshall of Worlingworth, farmer, 20 Dec. 1822
With authority of J.P.'s that Thomas Warne may be bound apprentice, 19 Dec. 1822

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/70  1822

Contents:
Harriet Runacres, a poor child, to Benjamin Pipe of Worlingworth, farmer, 20 Dec. 1822
With authority of J.P.'s that Harriet Runacres may be bound apprentice, 19 Dec. 1822

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/71  1822

Contents:
Emily Newman, a poor child, to Thomas Borrett of Worlingworth, shopkeeper, 20 Dec. 1822
With authority of J.P.'s that Emily Newman may be bound apprentice, 19 Dec. 1822

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/72  1822

Contents:
James Smith, a poor child, to Robert Plant of Worlingworth, farmer, 20 Dec. 1822
With approval of J.P.'s that James Smith may be bound apprentice, 19 Dec. 1822

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/73  1822

Contents:
William Taylor, a poor child, to the Rev. Edward Barlee of Worlingworth, 20 Dec. 1822
With authority of J.P.'s that William Taylor may be bound apprentice, 19 Dec. 1822

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/74  20 Dec. 1822

Contents:
Elizabeth Spurling, a poor child, to William Spurling of Worlingworth, farmer

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/75  1822

Contents:
Elizabeth Spurling a poor child, to William Spurling of Worlingworth, farmer, 20 Dec. 1822
With authority of J.P.'s that Elizabeth Spurling may be bound apprentice, 19 Dec. 1822

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/76  1822

Contents:
Harriet Mutimer, a poor child, to the Rev. Edward Barlee of Worlingworth, 20 Dec. 1822
With authority of J.P.'s that Harriet Mutimer may be bound apprentice, 19 Dec. 1822

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/77  1822

Contents:
Maria Pettit, a poor child, to Robert Plant of Worlingworth, farmer, 20 Dec. 1822
With authority of J.P.'s that Maria Pettit may be bound apprentice, 19 Dec. 1822

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/78  1822

Contents:
Rose Durrant, a poor child, to Joseph Jessup of Worlingworth, farmer, 20 Dec. 1822
With J.P.'s authority that Rose Durrant may be bound apprentice, 19 Dec. 1822

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/79  1822

(Two parts)

Contents:
John Gosling, a poor child, to Samuel Wardley of Worlingworth, farmer, 20 Dec. 1822
With authority of J.P.'s that John Gosling may be bound apprentice, 19 Dec. 1822

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/80  1822

(Both parts)

Contents:
John Bridges, a poor child, to William Cupper of Worlingworth, farmer, 20 Dec. 1822
With authority of J.P.'s that John Bridges may be bound apprentice, 19 Dec. 1822

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/81  1823

Contents:
Marris Wright, a poor child, to James Clarke of Worlingworth, farmer, 20 Nov. 1823
With J.P.'s authority that Marris Wright may be bound apprentice, 6 Nov. 1823

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/82  1823

Contents:
Edward Smith, a poor child, to William Spurling of Worlingworth, farmer, 20 Nov. 1823
With J.P.'s authority that Edward Smith may be bound apprentice, 6 Nov. 1823

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/83  1823

Contents:
William Newson, a poor child, to John Jessop of Worlingworth, farmer, 20 Nov. 1823
With authority of J.P.'s that William Newson may be bound apprentice, 6 Nov. 1823

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/84  1823

Contents:
James Thorndike, a poor child, to William Greenard of Wilby, farmer, 20 Nov. 1823
With authority of J.P.'s that James Thorndike may be bound apprentice, 6 Nov. 1823

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/85  1823

Contents:
Henry Mayhew, a poor child, to Lionel Creasy of Southolt, farmer 20 Nov. 1823
With authority of J.P.'s that Henry Mayhew may be bound apprentice 6 Nov. 1823

Bill from Messrs Glubbe to churchwardens and overseers for drawing up apprenticeship indentures  FC 94/G2/86  20 Nov. 1823

Bill from Messrs Clubbe to churchwardens and overseers for drawing up apprenticeship indentures  FC 94/G2/87  20 Nov. 1823

Letter from B. Braine to Samuel Wadley, churchwarden  FC 94/G2/88  12 Feb. 1830

Contents:
Concerning apprenticeship of Watling at Hoxne, and his settlement

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/89  26 Jun. 1817

Contents:
John Clayton, a poor child, to William Green, farmer with J.P.'s authority

Apprenticeship indenture  FC 94/G2/90  23 Jul. 1818

Contents:
Susannah Gosling, a poor child, to James Spurling, farmer with J.P.'s authority

Bastardy  FC 94/G3  [n.d.]

Bastardy bond  FC 94/G3/1  14 July 1653

Contents:
William Woods of Worlingworth, butcher, William Bull of same town, gent., and John Throwne, singleman, to churchwardens for £40 to indemnify parish from bastard child of Joan Blow

Bastardy bond  FC 94/G3/2  16 Apr. 1702

Contents:
Thomas Hunt of Redlingfield to John Rows and John Godbold, yeomen of Worlingworth, for £80 to indemnify parish from bastard child of Susan CALVERLY

Bastardy bond  FC 94/G3/3  26 Oct. 1702

Contents:
Edmund Mann of Yaxley, yeoman, to John Rous of Worlingworth, gent., and John Richards of Worlingworth, yeoman, for £40 to indemnify parish from bastard child of Sarah Vincent

Bastardy bond  FC 94/G3/4  20 March 1706

Contents:
Isaac Cooper of Bedfield, yeoman, to James Godbold of Worlingworth, yeoman, and John Fuller of Worlingworth, yeoman for £60 to indemnify parish from bastard child of Ann Butram

Bastardy bond  FC 94/G3/5  25 April 1707

Contents:
Edward Morgan, now or late of Hemingstone, baker, John Morgan of same town, carpenter, and Thomas Waltham of Hemingstone, yeoman, to churchwardens and overseers for £40 to indemnify parish from bastard child of Mary Cooke

Bastardy bond  FC 94/G3/6  4 Oct. 1708

Contents:
John Morgan of Hemingstone yeoman, and George Morgan of same place, singleman, to Samuel Ray sen. of Worlingworth, gent., Simon Rouse, Thomas Peake and Bartholomew Watling, all of Worlingworth, yeomen, for £50 to indemnify parish from bastard child of Mary Cooke

Bastardy bond  FC 94/G3/7  15 Nov. 1716

Contents:
John Richards of Worlingworth, yeoman and Thomas Richards of Bedfield to churchwardens for £40 to indemnify parish from bastard child of Sarah Taylor

Bastardy bond  FC 94/G3/8  29 May 1721

Contents:
Philip Cracknel of Worlingworth, yeoman, to churchwardens for £40 to indemnify parish from bastard child of Mary Cracknell

Bastardy bond  FC 94/G3/9  10 Dec. 1740

Contents:
Isaac Churchyard and George Churchyard of Worlingworth, yeoman, to churchwardens and overseers for £20 to indemnify parish from bastard child of Judith Salter

Bastardy bond  FC 94/G3/10  14 April 1742

Contents:
John Jackson of Harleston, Norf., Sandler, to churchwardens and overseers for £30 to indemnify parish from bastard child of Judith Fish

Bastardy bond  FC 94/G3/11  8 May 1742

Contents:
George Churchyard of Worlingworth, labourer, and Henry Churchyard of Cretingham, butcher, to churchwardens and overseers for £35 to indemnify parish from bastard child of Mary Pipe

Bastardy bond  FC 94/G3/12  25 Sept. 1744

Contents:
Philip Ducker of Heveningham, yeoman, and William Newson of Sibton, farrier, to overseer and churchwarden for £50 to indemnify parish from bastard child of Ann Sad

Bastardy bond  FC 94/G3/13  19 Nov. 1747

Contents:
Daniel Hart of Worlingworth, gent., and Henry Churchyard of Cretingham, yeoman, to churchwardens and overseers for £40 to indemnify parish from bastard child of Elizabeth Gowing

Bastardy bond  FC 94/G3/14  20 Jan. 1755

Contents:
Robert Baldry of Southolt, labourer, to churchwarden and overseers for £20 to indemnify parish from bastard child of Elizabeth Lord

Bastardy bond  FC 94/G3/15  5 Feb. 1767

Contents:
Henry Bolton of Hoxne, labourer, and George Bolton of Redlingfield, farmer, to churchwardens and overseers to indemnify parish from bastard child of Sarah Flegg

Bond; John Warn and William Ray of Worlingworth, gents., to churchwardens and overseers for £50  FC 94/G3/16  22 April 1771

Contents:
To indemnify parish from bastard child of Alice Stearn

Bastardy bond  FC 94/G3/17  11 April 1772

Contents:
John Hart of Worlingworth and John Bolton of Bedfield to churchwardens and overseer for £100 to indemnify parish from male bastard child of Sarah Marshal

Promise by John Lincoln to pay churchwardens and overseer maintenance money for female bastard child of Mary Clemens  FC 94/G3/18  7 Dec. 1773

Bastardy bond  FC 94/G3/19  14 March 1778

Contents:
Samuel Aldrich of Aldeburgh, malster, and John Aldrich of Dallinghoo, farmer, to churchwardens and overseers for £50 to indemnify parish from female child of Mary Pallant

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/20  16 March 1778

Contents:
For male child of Bridget Warren by Richard Whitman, late of Earl Soham, labourer

Bastardy bond  FC 94/G3/21  6 Aug. 1781

Contents:
John Hart of Worlingworth, yeoman, to churchwardens and overseers for £100 to indemnify parish from female child of Sarah Marshal

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/22  14 May 1783

Contents:
For female child of Elizabeth Calver by John Warner

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/23  19 Jan. 1784

Contents:
For male child of Mary Pallant by Thomas Knights of Kelsale, labourer

Bond  FC 94/G3/24  12 June 1786

Contents:
William Cooper of Capel St. Andrew, husbandman, to churchwardens and overseer for £100 to indemnify parish from Eale bastard child of Hannah Clarke, late of Butley and now of Worlingworth

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/25  3 April 1787

Contents:
For male child of Phoebe Johnson by John Hunt late of Bedingfield

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/26  30 April 1792

Contents:
For female child of Sarah Pratt by Benjamin Stevens of Monk Soham

Promise by John Warner to pay churchwardens and overseers 9d. a week for bastard child of Elizabeth Carver  FC 94/G3/27  13 July 1792

Promise by John Warner to pay churchwardens and overseers 30/- yearly (? for maintenance of bastard  FC 94/G3/28  13 July 1792

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/29  24 Dec. 1793

Contents:
For female child of Mary Gudgeon by John Feveryear of Dennington, labourer
With related papers.

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/30  25 Nov. 1794

Contents:
For male child of Rebecca Read by William Wells of Framlingham, labourer

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/31  8 Feb. 1796

Contents:
For sale child of Mary Edwards by Benjamin Haward of Tannington, labourer

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/32  8 Feb. 1796

Contents:
For female child of Mary Gudgeon by John Warn of Worlingworth

Bastardy examination  FC 94/G3/33  19 April 1797

Contents:
Mary Edwards of Worlingworth

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/34  19 April 1797

Contents:
For male child of Mary Edwards by Robert Runnacres of Brundish, labourer

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/35  28 Feb. 1799

Contents:
For female child of Mary Gudgeon by John Warne of Worlingworth, labourer

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/36  14 May 1800

Contents:
For sale child of Mary Newson by John Moyse of Worlingworth, labourer

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/37  21 April 1802

Contents:
For male child of Sarah Fisher by Robert Buckingham of St. Margaret's, Ipswich, labourer

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/38  9 Oct. 1804

Contents:
For female child of Susan Reeve by Charles Salsbury of Pettistree, labourer

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/39  20 Jan. 1810

Contents:
For female child of Mary Barrett by Thomas Becket of St. Lawrence, Ilketshall, labourer

Bastardy examination  FC 94/G3/40  10 Oct. 1810

Contents:
Mary Allum of Worlingworth

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/41  1 April 1812

Contents:
For female child of Dorothy Marjoram by Henry Strange of Thorndon, yeoman

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/42  29 July 1812

Contents:
For female child of Virtue Calver, wife of Benjamin Calver late of Worlingworth, labourer, by Robert Steggall late of Mendham, Norfolk, labourer

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/43  21 April 1813

Contents:
For female child of Sarah Taylor by William Reeve of Worlingworth, blacksmith

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/44  30 Nov. 1815

Contents:
For male child of Phoebe Hart by Jeremiah Mutimer of Debenham

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/45  28 Nov. 1816

Contents:
For female child of Phoebe Dearing by Robert Easter of Dennington, wheelwright

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/46  3 June 1817

Contents:
For female child of Frances Downing by William Shearing of Worlingworth, farmer

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/47  12 June 1817

Contents:
For male child of Charlotte Salter by John Marjoram of Tannington, labourer

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/48  12 June 1817

Contents:
For male child of Mary Moyse by James Ashford of Worlingworth

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/49  26 Nov. 1818

Contents:
For male child of Honor Moulton by Robert Watling of Denham, thatcher

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/50  26 Nov. 1818

Contents:
For female child of Rebecca Taylor by Joseph Driver of Worlingworth, labourer

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/51  11 May 1820

Contents:
For sale child of Lucy Gosling by Robert Pettit of Earl Soham, wheelwright

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/52  28 June 1821

Contents:
For male child of Elizabeth Edwards by George Button of Worlingworth, farmer

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/53  22 July 1822

Contents:
For female child of Mary Ann Boast by Christopher Botwright of Hoxne, labourer

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/54  19 Dec. 1822

Contents:
For male child of Frances Batley by William Greenard, late of Bedingfield, labourer

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/55  2 April 1823

Contents:
For male child of Jenima Mayhew by Jesse Read of Redlingfield, labourer
In three parts

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/56  1 July 1824

Contents:
For male child of Mary Mayhew by Lott Betts of Worlingworth, Farmer

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/57  21 Oct. 1824

Contents:
For male child of Mary Perry by Edward Garrod of Dennington, wheelwright

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/58  16 Dec. 1824

Contents:
For male child of Frances Gudgeon by John King of Oakley, farmer

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/59  10 Feb. 1825

Contents:
For male child of Hannah Chapman by John Clayton, labourer, of Worlingworth

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/60  8 March 1827

Contents:
For female child of Hannah Chapman by William Newson

Bastardy examination  FC 94/G3/61  11 Sept. 1827

Contents:
Maria Salter of Worlingworth, concerning child by Samuel Hawes, farmer's servant of Worlingworth

Bill from William Newson to the parish for expenses incurred on account of Hannah Chapman  FC 94/G3/62  1827

Contents:
Sent to Ipswich Gaol for 3 calendar months and her bastard child

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/63  16 Oct. 1828

Contents:
For sale child of Maria Salter by Samuel Hawes of Tannington, labourer

[no title]  FC 94/G3/64  26 March 1830

Contents:
Letter from Thomas Parnell, churchwarden of St. John's Maddermarket, Norwich, to Mr. Bloomfield, asking for relief for Bloomfield's daughter and her bastard child

[no title]  FC 94/G3/65  1830

Contents:
Order to churchwardens and overseers to pay 2/6 weekly to churchwardens and overseers of Holbrook for maintenance of Henry Spurling, a bastard child of Eliza Ellington, formerly Eliza Spurling, until he attains the age of seven years; 6 Nov. 1830
With copy of summons to constables of Holbrook to appear before J.P,s to show cause why order should not be made on them, 3 Oct. 1830

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/66  6 Nov. 1830

Contents:
For male child of Eliza Ellington, late Eliza Spurling, by William Robinson Mulley of Ipswich, mariner

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/67  29 March 1832

Contents:
For female child of Elizabeth Story by Samuel Blomfield, of Worlingworth, labourer

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/68  13 Sept. 1832

Contents:
For female child of Elizabeth Barrett by William Knights of Denham, game-keeper

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/69  27 Sept. 1832

Contents:
For male child of Elizabeth Kindred by James Bell of Worlingworth, shoemaker

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/70  26 Sept. 1833

Contents:
For male child of Christian Calver by Jonathan Pettit of Worlingworth, labourer

Bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/G3/71  1 May 1834

Contents:
For male child of Mary Aldous by Reuben Brundish of Horham, labourer

Settlement  FC 94/G4  [n.d.]

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/1  23 Sept. 1697

Contents:
John Brown, corwainer, with his wife and children, Bedfield (but working in Worlingworth

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/2  26 Sept. 1698

Contents:
Oliver Neal, labouring man, and Mary his wife, Bedfield

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/3  7 Sept. 1699

Contents:
Samuel Benham, yeoman Monk Soham

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/4  29 Sept. 1699

Contents:
Sabine Estaugh, Horham

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/5  12 Feb. 1700

Contents:
Grace Barham, widow, Eye

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/6  31 March 1703

Contents:
John Thorndick and his wife, Bedfield

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/7  11 Sept. 1721

Contents:
William Pissey and Ann his wife, Kenton

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/8  30 June 1722

Contents:
John Bolton and Sarah his wife, Debenham

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/9  10 Aug. 1722

Contents:
Robert Allen, Elizabeth his wife and Simon, Robert and Elizabeth, their three children, Worlingworth

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/10  17 March 1726

Contents:
John Fefyear and Mary his wife, Bedingfield

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/11  4 Jan. 1730

Contents:
John Candle, Mary, Ann and Elizabeth, his children

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/12  19 Jan. 1731

Contents:
John Moys, Lydia his wife, John, James, Ann and Elizabeth, their children, Monk Soham

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/13  5 May 1731

Contents:
William Smith and Mary his wife, Stradbrook

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/14  24 Oct. 1738

Contents:
William Watling, Elizabeth his wife, and their family, Cratfield

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/15  4 March 1738/9

Contents:
Joseph Sadd and Mary his wife and their family, Occold,

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/16  19 March 1741/2

Contents:
John Adams and Elizabeth his wife, Tannington

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/17  8 Feb. 1742

Contents:
William Keeble, Sarah his wife and family, Bedfield

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/18  9 April 1743

Contents:
George Tompson, Elizabeth his wife and children, Redlingfield

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/19  26 March 1744

Contents:
Andrew Barrow, Ann his wife and Andrew his son

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/20  27 Dec. 1744

Contents:
John Read and Elizabeth his wife and family, Bedingfield

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/21  26 Dec. 1745

Contents:
Henry Clemons, Sarah his wife and their family, Bedfield

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/22  10 April 1747

Contents:
John Bradley, Susan his wife and their family, Brandeston

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/23  8 Feb. 1748

Contents:
Thomas Suel and Hannah his wife, Southolt (?), Southwold.

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/24  20 Sept. 1749

Contents:
John Kent, Dorothy his wife and John their son, Southolt

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/25  27 Sept. 1749

Contents:
Edward Calver and Susan his wife, Southolt

REMOVAL ORDER  FC 94/G4/26  9 Dec. 1749

Contents:
Leveridge Sadd and Bridget his wife, to Occold, from Worlingworth

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/27  12 Jan. 1752

Contents:
John Elles, Mary his wife and John, William, Thomas, Mary and Elizabeth his children, Ashfield

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/28  24 Oct. 1752

Contents:
John Moys and Bridget his wife, Wingfield

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/29  28 Oct. 1755

Contents:
James Moyes and Rose his wife, Southolt

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/30  3 Jan. 1756

Contents:
Jonathan Button, Mary his wife, with Mary and Susan their children

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/31  1 Jan. 1757

Contents:
Thomas Sewel and Hannah his wife, with David and William their children, Southolt

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/32  Oct. 1757

Contents:
Mark Pettit, Ann his wife, with Susanna, Mark and Thomas, their children, Kenton

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/34  15 Oct. 1777

Contents:
Samuel Borrows, labourer, and Rose his wife, Horham

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/35  24 May 1758

Contents:
John Bridges, Margaret his wife with susan, John and Samuel, their children, Southolt

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/36  18 Dec. 1759

Contents:
John Moyse, Ann his wife, with Mary, John and Susan their children, Redlingfield

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/37  9 April 1760

Contents:
George Pritty, his wife and their family, Athelington

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/38  7 Oct. 1760

Contents:
Isaac Cattermoul and Hannah his wife, and Isaac their child, Tannington

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/39  1 Feb. 1761

Contents:
Benoni (BENJAMIN) Beck and Elizabeth his wife, Wickham Skeith

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/40  11 Nov. 1765

Contents:
Edmund Dilleston, Mary his wife, with Maryanne, Sarah and Henry their children, Tannington

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/41  26 Dec. 1766

Contents:
John Dade, Mary his wife, with John, Elizabeth and Mary their children, Tannington

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/42  8 June 1767

Contents:
William Thrower and Susan his wife, Horham

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/43  22 June 1767

Contents:
William Berry, Sarah his wife, with William, Robert, John, James and Summon their sons, Denham

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/44  1 Jan. 1768

Contents:
From Directors and Acting Guardians of the Poor of Blything Hundred); George Easter, Wheelwright, Susan his wife and George their son, Westleton

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/45  13 Feb. 1769

Contents:
James Gorble, Martha his wife, with James and Martha their children, Horham

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/46  31 March 1769

Contents:
Edmund Newson, tailor, and Mary his wife, Peasenhall

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/47  11 April 1770

Contents:
George Osborn and Deborah his wife, Monk Soham

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/48  4 April 1777

Contents:
Robert Howes, Elizabeth his wife and Elizabeth, Robert and Joshua, their children, Walpole

Indemnity note from churchwardens and overseers of Stradbrook for any charge incurred by Sarah Keeble  FC 94/G4/49  18 June 1777

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/50  29 Dec. 1777

Contents:
James Stock and Mary his wife, Saxtead

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/51  13 Jan. 1780

Contents:
John Cook, Bathsheba his wife, with John, Joseph, Anne and Jacob their children, Fressingfield

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/52  31 March 1784

Contents:
James Ives and Rachel his wife, Beccles

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/53  15 April 1784

Contents:
Samuel Cornish, Mary his wife and Susana their daughter, Stradbrook

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/54  19 March 1787

Contents:
John Welton and Mary his wife, Bedfield

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/55  8 Dec. 1788

Contents:
Lewk Wilbey and his wife, Winston

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/56  15 Jan. 1794

Contents:
James Seaman and Sarah, his wife, Westhall

Settlement examination  FC 94/G4/57  8 Feb. 1796

Contents:
John Warn now residing in Worlingworth

Settlement examination  FC 94/G4/58  28 Feb. 1799

Contents:
John Revett, labourer, now residing in Worlingworth

Settlement examination  FC 94/G4/59  4 March 1799

Contents:
Susanna List, now residing in Stradbrooke

Settlement examination  FC 94/G4/60  14 Nov. 1803

Contents:
Isaac Churchyard, now residing in Worlingworth

Settlement examination  FC 94/G4/61  17 Dec. 1810

Contents:
Lionel Cressy, now residing in Worlingworth, labourer

Settlement examination  FC 94/G4/62  19 Feb. 1814

Contents:
Daniel Rayner, late of Cratfield, labourer

Settlement examination  FC 94/G4/63  18 May 1815

Contents:
Dorcas Archer, now residing in Worlingworth

Settlement examination  FC 94/G4/64  17 Feb. 1823

Contents:
Sarah Chapman, residing in Worlingworth

Settlement certificate  FC 94/G4/65  2 Apr. 1823

Contents:
Thomas Young, now residing in Worlingworth

Settlement examination  FC 94/G4/66  8 Mar. 1827

Contents:
John Harsent, residing in Denham, hawker

Settlement examination  FC 94/G4/68  31 May 1827

Contents:
George Cornish, blacksmith, residing in Worlingworth

Settlement examination  FC 94/G4/69  23 Oct. 1827

Contents:
Martha Hatcher, residing in Bedingfield

Bill from Messrs Clubbe to churchwardens and overseers of Worlingworth for legal advice  FC 94/G4/70  1827

Contents:
Concerning settlement of George Cornish, removed from Althorne, Essex to Worlingworth

Examination of James Chaplin who has become chargeable to the parish of Worlingworth  FC 94/G4/71  n.d. (early 19c.)

Examination of George Cornish residing in the parish of Althorne (Ez.), blacksmith  FC 94/G4/72  19 May 1827

Removal  FC 94/G5  [n.d.]

Removal order  FC 94/G5/1  26 Aug. 1721

Contents:
Jasper Danford and Sarah his wife, Brundish to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/2  17 Jan. 1721/2

Contents:
John Bolton, Sarah his wife and James their child, Worlingworth to Debenham

Removal order  FC 94/G5/3  13 Mar. 1743/4

Contents:
Mathew Salter and Mary his wife, Mary, John and Elizabeth their children, Bedingfield to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/4  27 Oct. 1744

Contents:
John Read and Elizabeth his wife, Worlingworth to Bedingfield

Removal order  FC 94/G5/5  3 Nov. 1746

Contents:
Judith Fish, Worlingworth to Aspall

Removal order  FC 94/G5/6  30 Dec. 1749

Contents:
Robert Runnakers, Elizabeth his wife and Mary and Robert their children Occold to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/7  18 May 1756

Contents:
James Andrews and Margaret his wife, Worlingworth to Saxtead

Removal order  FC 94/G5/8  24 July 1760

Contents:
Elizabeth Baldry, Worlingworth to Horham

Removal order  FC 94/G5/9  24 Sept. 1766

Contents:
Elizabeth Rumsey, singlewoman, Worlingworth to Dennington

[no title]  FC 94/G5/10  6 April 1782

Contents:
Agreement by William Wharton and William Barnard of Stradbrook, yeomen, with churchwardens and overseers of Worlingworth that if George Chapman, his wife and family, having been granted a certificate to Stradbrook, should become chargeable to Stradbrook, they will remove him to Worlingworth free of charge to the parish of Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/11  20 May 1785

Contents:
Elizabeth Peacock, Alderton to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/12  1 Feb. 1788

Contents:
Luke Wilby and Bridget his wife, Worlingworth to Winston

Removal order  FC 94/G5/13  29 Feb. 1788

Contents:
John Hunt and Phoebe his wife, to Rishangles, from Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/13A  23 Nov. 1776

Contents:
Elizabeth Stock, singlewoman, Worlingworth to Monk Soham

Removal order  FC 94/G5/14  28 April 1788

Contents:
James Flegg and Sarah his wife, Badingham to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/15  4 Sept. 1789

Contents:
John Archer, sawyer, Diss, Norfolk, to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/16  31 May 1790

Contents:
Phebe, wife of John Hearn, with Jonathan, Catherine and Martha, her daughters, Worlingworth to Debenham

Removal order  FC 94/G5/17  10 April 1792

Contents:
Lidia Whistlecraft, Worlingworth to Bawdsey

Removal order  FC 94/G5/18  23 April 1794

Contents:
Ann Pettit, Worlingworth to Mellis

Removal order  FC 94/G5/19  5 May 1794

Contents:
William Pemberton, Elizabeth his wife, and Elizabeth their infant daughter, Monk Soham to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/20  10 Dec. 1798

Contents:
Jemima Parker, Worlingworth to Tannington

Removal order  FC 94/G5/21  10 Dec. 1798

Contents:
Amy, wife of James Mallous with James and Joseph, her children, Saxtead to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/22  21 April 1802

Contents:
Susana List, Wilby to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/23  20 June 1803

Contents:
Mary Read, Redlingfield to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/24  12 Sept. 1803

Contents:
Ann Sage, Worlingworth to Redlingfield

Removal order  FC 94/G5/25  13 March 1804

Contents:
John Palmer and Elizabeth his wife, Worlingworth to Wickham Market

Removal order  FC 94/G5/26  7 May 1804

Contents:
Susannah Reeve, Laxfield to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/27  3 Sept. 1804

Contents:
John Leathers, labourer, Bressingham, Norf. to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/28  18 Sept. 1804

Contents:
Martha Thrower, widow, Horham to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/29  26 Dec. 1804

Contents:
George Taylor, labourer, Margaret his wife and Harriet their child, Parham to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/30  8 Jan. 1805

Contents:
Mary Wells, Denham to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/31  17 April 1805

Contents:
Benjamin Haward, Mary his wife, James, Henry and Charity, their children, Worlingworth to Badingham

Removal order  FC 94/G5/32  3 Jan. 1806

Contents:
Sarah, wife of Samuel Hatcher, a corporal in the East Middlesex, now in active service, Bildeston to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/33  17 Jan. 1807

Contents:
Mary Mills, Worlingworth to Gosbeck

Removal order  FC 94/G5/34  23 Jan. 1808

Contents:
Daniel Salter, Elizabeth his wife and Maria their daughter, Framsden to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/35  17 Aug. 1810

Contents:
Robert Clayton, St. Peter, Ipswich to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/36  25 Oct. 1810

Contents:
Virtue, wife of Benjamin Calver, and Charlotte their daughter, Diss, Norf. to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/37  10 Dec. 1810

Contents:
Rhoda Vincent, widow, and William her son, Horham to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/38  29 April 1811

Contents:
Ann Cornish, Worlingworth to Horsham

Removal order  FC 94/G5/39  24 Feb. 1812

Contents:
Dorothy Marjoram, Thorndon to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/40  2 March 1814

Contents:
Maria, wife of Daniel Rayner (who is now in the New Gaol at Ipswich), Cratfield to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/41  26 Jan. 1815

Contents:
William Wright, Mary Ann, his wife, and Mary Ann and Samuel, their children, Worlingworth to Oakley

Removal order  FC 94/G5/42  14 Dec. 1815

Contents:
Samuel Archer, Worlingworth to Kenton

Removal order  FC 94/G5/43  14 May 1816

Contents:
Samuel Gosling, Worlingworth to Bermondsey, Surrey

Removal order  FC 94/G5/44  28 May 1816

Contents:
William Watling, singleman, Worlingworth to Stradbrook

Removal order  FC 94/G5/45  17 May 1817

Contents:
Samuel Pendall, Mary his wife and John their child, Bramford to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/46  30 March 1820

Contents:
Samuel Cole, Rebecca his wife, with Eliza, Samuel and Lemony, Worlingworth to Earl Soham

Removal order  FC 94/G5/47  7 Dec. 1820

Contents:
Ann Gyford, with John, Samuel, James, William and Susanna, her children, Worlingworth to Stonham Aspall

Removal order  FC 94/G5/48  1 Oct. 1822

Contents:
John Kindred, labourer, Elizabeth his wife, with Martha, Catherine, Hannah, Eliza, and Mary Ann, their children, West Tilbury, Essex, to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/49  17 Feb. 1823

Contents:
Sarah Chapman, Worlingworth to Eye

[no title]  FC 94/G5/50  29 March 1823

Contents:
Letter from Clerk to the Magistrates to churchwardens and overseers concerning withdrawal of removal order for John Leathers, his supposed wife and two children

Removal order  FC 94/G5/51  2 April 1823

Contents:
Hannah Feaveryear, Worlingworth to Dennington

Notice that removal order for Mary Ann Fisher from Framlingham to Worlingworth has been abandoned  FC 94/G5/52  24 May 1823

Removal order  FC 94/G5/53  5 June 1823

Contents:
David Botwright, Worlingworth to Horham

Removal order  FC 94/G5/54  9 July 1823

Contents:
James Dering, cordwainer, Elizabeth his wife, with Samuel, Mary, Lydia and James their children, Horham to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/55  1 Nov. 1823

Contents:
Samuel Fish, Emma his wife, with Emma, Samuel, Hannah, Charles and Giles their children, Ditchingham NFLK to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/56  16 Dec. 1824

Contents:
Ann Cornish, Worlingworth to Great Bealings

Removal order  FC 94/G5/57  30 Dec. 1824

Contents:
Robert Newson, Worlingworth to Bedfield

Removal order  FC 94/G5/58  19 Oct. 1826

Contents:
Maria Keable, Worlingworth to Tannington

Removal order  FC 94/G5/59  19 May 1827

Contents:
George Cornish and Charlotte his wife, Althorne, Essex, to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/60  25 Sept. 1827

Contents:
Jeremiah Hart, Debenham to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/61  23 Oct. 1827

Contents:
Martha Hatcher, Bedingfield to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/62  12 Dec. 1828

Contents:
Elizabeth Mayhew, Worlingworth to Stradbrook

Letter to churchwardens and overseer from John Eastaugh of Metfield, concerning relief or removal of James Watling  FC 94/G5/63  6 Feb. 1830

[no title]  FC 94/G5/64  3 Jan. 1832

Contents:
Order to churchwardens and overseers to produce Samuel Potkin to be examined by respondents in an appeal to be tried between parishes of Worlingworth and Saxtead concerning his removal

Removal order  FC 94/G5/65  1 March 1832

Contents:
Robert Creasy, otherwise Sawyer, a base born child of Emily, otherwise Emma Creasy, singlewoman, Worlingworth to St. Michael-at-Thorn, Norwich

Removal order  FC 94/G5/67  20 Apr. 1835

Conditions of access: MISSING

Contents:
Hannah Aldous, singlewoman, Denham to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/68  13 Nov. 1838

Contents:
Susan Watson, Dennington to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/69  9 Jan. 1840

Contents:
Mary Peck, widow of Thomas Peck, with William, James and Susanna their children, St Clements Ipswich, to Worlingworth

Letter from B. Brame to Mr Adams  FC 94/G5/70  14 Aug. 1840

Contents:
Concerning Elizabeth Hearn and her removal to Earl Soham

Removal order  FC 94/G5/71  1840

Contents:
Elizabeth Hearne, singlewoman and Lydia Hearne, her bastard child, Worlingworth to Earl Soham 18 Aug. 1840
With settlement examination of Elizabeth Hearne 21 July 1840

Removal order  FC 94/G5/72  24 Nov. 1841

Contents:
Elizabeth Menceforth, St Luke, Chelsea to Worlingworth

[no title]  FC 94/G5/73  20 Dec. 1841

Contents:
Letter to overseers from Chelsea Workhouse to overseers giving notice that order for removal of Elizabeth Menceforth, dated 23 Nov. 1841 has been abandoned

Removal order  FC 94/G5/74  21 Dec. 1841

Contents:
Elizabeth Menceforth, St Luke, Chelsea, to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/75  1841

Contents:
Elizabeth Menceforth, St Luke, Chelsea, to Worlingworth 21 Dec. 1841
With bill for amount spent in maintenance of Elizabeth Menceforth under order of removal 21 Dec. 1841

Removal order  FC 94/G5/76  9 Mar. 1842

Contents:
George Blomfield, an infant, Worlingworth to St John, Maddermarket, Norwich

Removal order  FC 94/G5/77  29 Mar. 1842

Contents:
Susanna Vince, Worlingworth to Billingford, Norfolk

Removal order  FC 94/G5/78  12 Apr. 1843

Contents:
Henry Spurling, Holbrook to Worlingworth

Removal order  FC 94/G5/79  1843

Contents:
Henry Spurling, Holbrook to Worlingworth 12 Apr. 1843
With notice of suspension of order 17 Apr. 1843

Removal order  FC 94/G5/80  20 Apr. 1835

Contents:
Hannah Aldous from Denham St John to Worlingworth

Accounts  FC 94/G6  [n.d.]

Overseers' Account book  FC 94/G6/1  1773-1816

Cash book containing account of repayment of loan of £100 made by John Jessop Ling to parishioners for parish use  FC 94/G6/2  1835

Contents:
With memorandum of agreement and receipt for payment

Militia  FC 94/G7  [n.d.]

[no title]  FC 94/G7/1  7 Nov. 1803

Contents:
Order to churchwardens and overseers to pay John Peek the sum of £10, being half the current price paid for a volunteer or substitute in Suffolk, William Chapman having been provided as his substitute

[no title]  FC 94/G7/2  12 June 1779

Contents:
Order to churchwardens and overseers to pay Robert Rose balloted to serve as a private man in the Eastern Regiment of Suffolk Militia for the parish of Worlingworth, the sum of four guineas and an half being one half of the current price paid at this term for a volunteer

[no title]  FC 94/G7/3  30 March 1780

Contents:
Order to reimburse overseers of Worlingworth for money paid to Mary Kerrey, wife of Robert Kerrey, a substitute in East Suffolk militia in the stead of William Clements, chosen by lot for the parish

[no title]  FC 94/G7/4  15 May 1788

Contents:
Printed copy of resolutions of meeting held in Worlingworth establishing a corps of infantry to be called the Loyal Worlingworth Volunteers

[no title]  FC 94/G7/5  1803

Contents:
Order to churchwardens and overseers to relieve Ann Smith wife of John Smith, substitute in the East Regiment of the Suffolk Militia, serving for the parish of Worlingworth with Weybread, 11 Oct. 1803
With certificate of J.P. that order has been made, 11 Oct. 1803

[no title]  FC 94/G7/6  22 Jan. 1799

Contents:
Order to churchwardens and overseers of Dennington to relieve the three children of Samuel Fish in the Eastern Regiment of the Suffolk Militia, serving for the parish of Worlingworth

[no title]  FC 94/G7/7  7 April 1804

Contents:
Order to churchwardens and overseers to pay Joshua Allum the sum of £10, half the current price paid for a volunteer or substitute in Suffolk, Thomas Wiles having been provided to serve as his substitute
With certificate that Joshua Allum is serving as substitute for the parish of Worlingworth, 7 April 1804

[no title]  FC 94/G7/8  3 Dec. 1803

Contents:
Order to churchwardens and overseers to relieve Ann Smith, wife of John Smith, substitute in East Regiment of Suffolk Militia serving for parish of Weybread with Worlingworth, and Charlotte her infant

[no title]  FC 94/G7/9  2 Nov. 1803

Contents:
Order to overseers of Mendham to relieve Margaret Loan, wife of Samuel Loan, serving in the East Regiment of the Militia as substitute for Nathaniel Runnicles (and to be reimbursed by overseers of Worlingworth)

[no title]  FC 94/G7/10  11 May 1805

Contents:
Certificate that Robert Crisp, private soldier in East Suffolk Regiment is serving as a substitute for Mark Backhouse for the parish of Weybread with Worlingworth

[no title]  FC 94/G7/11  7 Nov. 1803

Contents:
Warrant to churchwardens and overseers to pay Thomas Warn £10, half the current price paid for a volunteer or substitute, he having provided Jeremiah Fean as his substitute

[no title]  FC 94/G7/12  1 Aug. 1803

Contents:
Warrant to churchwardens and overseers to pay Nathaniel Runnicles £6, half the current price paid for a volunteer or substitute, he having provided Samuel Loan as his substitute

[no title]  FC 94/G7/13  5 July 1803

Contents:
Order to churchwardens and overseers to relieve Elizabeth, wife of John Olliot, private in the East Suffolk Regiment serving as a substitute for James Clarke for the parish of Worlingworth

[no title]  FC 94/G7/14  16 Jan. 1806

Contents:
Certificate that Samuel Hatcher was enrolled to serve as a serjeant in the Eastern Regiment of Militia for the County of Middlesex

[no title]  FC 94/G7/15  5 July 1803

Contents:
Order to churchwardens and overseers to relieve Ann Runacres, wife of James Runacres, a militia man in East Suffolk Regiment of Militia, serving as substitute for Charles Barnard for parish of St. Mary Key, Ipswich

[no title]  FC 94/G7/16  7 April 1804

Contents:
Certificate that Thomas Wiles, private soldier in East Suffolk Regiment of Militia, is serving as a substitute for Joshua Allum for the parish of Worlingworth

Population  FC 94/G8  [n.d.]

Account of population of Worlingworth  FC 94/G8/1  1801

Photocopies from the Public Record Office of the census of Worlingworth for the year  FC 94/G8/2  1851

Contents:
(WA 208/HO/107/1796)

Poor Relief  FC 94/G9  [n.d.]

Order to churchwardens and overseers to pay parochial assessment for the better relief and employment of the poor  FC 94/G9/1  14 March 1786

List of people in Worlingworth and Southolt receiving dinners on Christmas Day  FC 94/G9/2  1816

(Poor condition)

Contents:
With note of food and cost.

Order to Elizabeth Botwright of Worlingworth, widow, to appear before J.P.'s to answer  FC 94/G9/3  25 March 1823

Contents:
Concerning her refusal to pay poor rate

Circular from Whitehall  FC 94/G9/4  30 June 1827

Contents:
Concerning return to be made of number of persons relieved from the Poor Rate in year ending 25 March 1827

Insurance  FC 94/G10  [n.d.]

[no title]  FC 94/G10/1  3 May 1787

Contents:
Printed proposals from the Sun Fire Office in Cornhill near the Royal Exchange for insuring houses and other buildings, goods, wares and merchandize, and ships in harbour, in dock, or building and draft from loss and damage by fire

Insurance policy on thatched workhouse in Worlingworth  FC 94/G10/2  7 July 1792

Fire insurance policy, on thatched workhouse  FC 94/G10/3  7 Nov. 1808

Insurance policy on parish poor house of Southolt  FC 94/G10/4  6 March 1826

Employers liability policy  FC 94/G10/5  5 Jan. 1909

Contents:
Taken with the Ecclesiastical Insurance Office, 11 Norfolk Street, London

Worlingworth church fire insurance policy  FC 94/G10/6  5 Jan. 1926

Contents:
Taken with the Ecclesiastical Insurance Office Ltd

Employers liability policy  FC 94/G10/7  14 Sept. 1940

Contents:
Taken with the Ecclesiastical Insurance Office Ltd

Worlingworth church fire insurance policy  FC 94/G10/8  22 October 1942

Contents:
Taken with the Ecclesiastical Insurance Office Ltd

HIGHWAY SURVEYORS  FC 94/H  [n.d.]

Orders to make rates  FC 94/H1  [n.d.]

Order to surveyors to make highway rate  FC 94/H1/1  3 Oct. 1770

CONSTABLES  FC 94/I  [n.d.]

Warrants  FC 94/I1  [n.d.]

Warrant to constable to apprehend John Hunt for non-performance of maintenance order for male bastard child of Phoebe Johnson  FC 94/I1/1  12 Nov. 1787

Warrant to constable to convey Jonathan Roxby to the Common Gaol at Ipswich for non-performance of bastardy maintenance order  FC 94/I1/2  17 Feb. 1789

Warrant to constable to apprehend Robert Buckenham of St. Margaret's, Ipswich, to find security to indemnify parish  FC 94/I1/3  7 April 1802

Contents:
Concerning bastard child of Sarah Fisher

Warrant to constable to apprehend James Wright, late of Attleburgh, farmer's son to  FC 94/I1/4  14 April 1806

Contents:
Find security to indemnify parish from bastard child of Elizabeth Moyse

Warrant to constables to apprehend William Shimmon of Horham, labourer  FC 94/I1/5  9 Jan. 1811

Contents:
To find security to indemnify parish from bastard child of Mary Allum

Warrant to constable to apprehend Robert Steggall to answer concerning bastard child of Virtue Calver  FC 94/I1/6  15 July 1812

Warrant to constables to apprehend James Wright of Worlingworth to find security to indemnify parish from bastard child of Matilda TALBOT  FC 94/I1/7  6 July 1814

[no title]  FC 94/I1/8  8 Oct. 1814

Contents:
Warrant to constables to apprehend Samuel Smith of Monk Soham, servant in husbandry, to find security to indemnify parish from bastard child of Lydia Archer of Worlingworth

[no title]  FC 94/I1/9  4 Aug. 1818

Contents:
Warrant to constables to apprehend Robert Watling, thatcher, singleman of Denham, to find security to indemnify parish from bastard child of Honour Moultain

CHARITIES  FC 94/L  [n.d.]

Town Lands Charity  FC 94/L1/1  [n.d.]

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/1/1  (Early 13th cent.)

Contents:
Fulco, Prior of Eye, to Adam, son of Riger; nine acres of land in Bedfield in a toft with a messuage and five acres "super Riedinge" and ten acres in Fenhaghe and half an acre on payment of rent; Adam to be free from all services, except ploughing and reaping; also grant of free status to Adam; undated

Grant  FC 94/L1/1/2  22 April 1310

Contents:
Robert Faber of Bedfield to Richard Fyshe of same place; one piece of land in Bedfield in a field called Fenhaw

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/1/3  23 Sept. 1397

Contents:
John Nicholl of Southolt to John Weyman and William Morel of Bedfield; one piece of land in Longfenhawe

Quit claim  FC 94/L1/1/4  21 Nov. 1442

Contents:
Emma Corbald of Worlingworth, recently wife of Richard Corbald, to William Heyward of Worlingworth, John Heyward alias Sadde, Thomas Dogett, John Mayhewe, Nicholas Harry, Adam Kewe, William Man ship, John Clarke, sen., and Richard Adam of Worlingworth; one piece of enclosed land with appurtenances in Bedfield

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/1/5  (about 1442)

Contents:
John Cowper of Monewden, son and heir of John Cowper, recently of Worlingworth, to William Heyward of Worlingworth, John Heyward, alias Sadde, Thomas Dogett, John Mayhewe, Nicholas Harvy, Adam Kewe, William Manship, John Clarke, sen. and Richard Adam of Worlingworth; one piece of land with appurtenances in Bedfield

Appointment of attorneys  FC 94/L1/1/6  26 April 1447

Contents:
Edmund Bedingfield, knight, Robert Coke of Kenton, Thomas Lyncolne of Great (?), William Mayhew and William Doget of Worlingworth, appoint John Elyot and Robert Waleys, both of Worlingworth, to negotiate with John Gellegelt of Monk Soham, Ralph Coke of Kenton and William Jerald of Debenham concerning four pieces of land with appurtenances in Bedfield

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/1/7  26 April 1447

Contents:
Edmund Bedingfield, knight, Robert Toke of Kenton, Thomas Lyncolne of Great (?), William Mayhew and William Doget Worlingworth to John Geldegelt of Monk Soham, Ralph Toke of Kenton and William Jerald of Debenham; four pieces of land with appurtenances in Bedfield

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/1/8  10 Dec. 1494

Contents:
John Mallyng of Tannington to Henry Polay, Robert Doket, Thomas his son, John Harry, Nicholas his son, William Manschepe, Richard Page, jun., Lawrence Mayhew, John his son, Thomas Adam, William his son, Robert Brown, jun., Henry Hayll and John Kewe of Worlingworth; four pieces of land with appurtenances in Bedfield

Copy of court roll, Manor of Bedfield  FC 94/L1/1/9  25 July 1474

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Adam, John Wheymond, John Gardener, and James Clerk, to two pieces of land lying in Longfenhawe in Bedfield, which John Taillour of Bedfield gave by will to the town of Worlingworth

Copy of court roll, Manor of Bedfield  FC 94/L1/1/10  29 April 1532

Contents:
Admission of Richard Harvey, Robert Mayhugh son of John Mayhugh, Robert Adame son of Richard Adame, William Manshipp son of William Manshipp, Anthony Dokett, Nicholas Harvy son of John Harry and Lawrence Mayhugh of Bedfield; to two pieces of land lying in Lonfenhugh, once John Taylour's, with appurtenances in Bedfield

Copy of court roll, Manor of Bedfield  FC 94/L1/1/11  5 June 1533

Contents:
Admission of Richard Hervy, Anthony Dokett, William Manshyp, Richard Adame, Robert Adame, Laurence Maye, and Robert Haye, to two pieces of land lying in close called Longfenhawe with appurtenances in Worlingworth, (Nos. 9-11 tied together)

Quit claim  FC 94/L1/1/12  27 June 1555

Contents:
Richard Adam of Worlingworth, yeoman and William Manship of same place to Anthony Poley, gent., Robert Corbolde, John Dade, John Mayhew, Robert Clerke and Robert Mayhewe of Worlingworth, yeoman; 4 pieces of inclosed land in Bedfield

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/1/13  20 May 1565

Contents:
William Manship of Worlingworth, son of William Manship recently of Worlingworth, to Brian Heyward, clerk, and Robert Heyward alias Sadde of Worlingworth; four pieces of land with appurtenances in Bedfield

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/1/14  10 June 1565

Contents:
Robert Heyward alias Sadde of Worlingworth, to Robert Corbold jun., John Clerk, John Hayle, John Page, John Hayward jun., Robert Page son of Henry Page and William Hayward alias Sadde; four pieces of land in Bedfield

Grant  FC 94/L1/1/15  19 Oct. 1568

Contents:
William Manshippe of Worlingworth, yeoman, to John Godbolde jun., William Manshippe my son, Richard Grynlinge, John Gardener, John Mayhewe, Henry Page son of Richard Page, William Browne, son of Edmund Browne and Robert Adhams; son of Richard Adhams; close or piece of land with appurtenances in Bedfield

Copy of court roll, manor of Bedfield  FC 94/L1/1/16  1576

Contents:
Admission of John Gardiner, John Page, John Hayward, Robert Adams, Henry Page, William Crowne and John Fylbye; one piece of land lying in close called Longfenhawe with appurtenances in Bedfield

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/1/17  14 May 1611

Contents:
Richard Grymlinge of Stradbrook, yeoman, John Gardener of Debenham, yeoman, John Mayhewe of Worlingworth, yeoman, Henry Page of Wilby, yeoman, and Robert Adhams, recently of Worlingworth, wheelwright, to Miles Spencer of Worlingworth, clerk, and William Borrett of Wilby, yeoman; close with appurtenances in Bedfield

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/1/18  14 May 1611

Contents:
John Clerke of Hoxne, mercer, John Page of Worlingworth, yeoman, and John Heywarde of same place, yeoman, to Miles Spencer of Worlingworth, clerk, and William Borrett of Wylbie, yeoman; four pieces of land with appurtenances in Bedfield (one piece called Longfenhawe)

Lease  FC 94/L1/1/19  5 Oct. 1612

Contents:
William Watlinge and John Hayward churchwardens, and James Barker, gent., and Robert Beaumaunde, overseers, of Worlingworth, to Robert Connolde, husbandman, and Marie his wife, piece of town land commonly known as Bedfield Meadow in Bedfield, containing by estimation 5 acres, for the term of their natural lives

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/1/20  30 Dec, 1624

Contents:
Roger Strutt of Worlingworth, yeoman, son and heir of Roger Strutt of Worlingworth, yeoman, dec'd to James Barker of Worlingworth, gent., and William Watlinge of same place, yeoman; piece of land called Taper land in Bedfield with appurtenances

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/1/21  30 Dec. 1625

Contents:
Roger Strutt of Worlingworth, yeoman, son and heir of Roger Strutt, late of Worlingworth, dec'd., and Margaret his wife, to James Barker of Worlingworth, gent., Edward Barker his son, Thomas Rous the elder, of the same town, gent., Thomas Rous the younger, his son, gent., John Page the elder of same town, yeoman, and John Page the younger, his son, Thomas Dunston of same town, yeoman, Edward Dunstone his son, William Watlinge of same town, yeoman, Robert Beaumount the elder of same town, yeoman, and Robert Beaumount the younger his son, John Hayward the elder of same town, yeoman, and John Hayward the younger, his son; piece of land called Taper land in Bedfield

Town Lands Charity  FC 94/L1/2  [n.d.]

Grant  FC 94/L1/2/1  27 April 1321

Contents:
Henry de Willemere to John, son of Robert Fabrer; one piece of land with appurtenances in Worlingworth

Grant  FC 94/L1/2/2  9 April 1393

Contents:
William Nechole of Southolt to Thomas Becat of Southolt; one close containing 12 acres of land with appurtenances in Worlingworth

Appointment of attorney  FC 94/L1/2/3  5 Nov. 1403

Contents:
Richard Aylemer, mercer, William Ruston and Thomas Panter, citizens of London, appoint John Aylemer of Wilby attorney to negotiate with Richard Manshep of Worlingworth, and John his son and Geoffrey Esthawe of Wingfield

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/4  4 Nov. 1417

Contents:
Richard Aylemer, mercer, William Ruston, Thomas Panter, citisens of London, and John Aylemer of Wilbey, to Richard Manshep of Worlingworth, and John son of Geoffrey Esthawe of Wingfield; one acre of meadow called Clyntmeadow, with appurtenances in Worlingworth

Confirmation of grant  FC 94/L1/2/5  1 Aug. 1421

Contents:
William Burgh, Rector of Worlingworth to Thomas Poley, Robert Wheymond, Thomas Spenser, William Mayhew, John Delot, John Heyward and Peter Mere; one acre of land with appurtenances; (Faded)

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/6  7 Dec. 1426

Contents:
Robert Wheymund of Worlingworth to William Heellie, clerk, John Wheymund, Robert Sax, Roger Talbot and William Mayhugh; lands and tenements in Worlingworth, Tannington and elsewhere with all appurtenances

Quit claim  FC 94/L1/2/7  2 Nov. 1431

Contents:
William Chetlebere of Worlingworth and Robert Heyward of the same place to Roger Talbot of Worlingworth, from all debts

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/8  4 April 1433

Contents:
Robert Goodys of Tannington to Reginald Rous of Dennington, John Alred of Tannington, William Doket of Worlingworth, Robert Deve of Pettaugh, and Peter Edwens; one piece of land with appurtenances in Worlingworth

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/9  6 Jan. 1435

Contents:
John Hesthawe of Wingfield to John Manchepe of Worlingworth, William Mayhew of same place, Robert Scherman of Wilby, John Alred of Tannington, and John Keth of Dennington; one acre of land called Clyntmeadow with appurtenances in Worlingworth

Quit claim  FC 94/L1/2/10  12 Oct. 1435

Contents:
Joanna, recently wife of Robert Godyng of Tannington, to John Alred of Tannington, William Mayhew of Worlingworth, Robert Sherman of Wilby, John Folysher of Wilby and John Menshipe of Worlingworth; one piece of land with appurtenances in Worlingworth

Appointment of attorney  FC 94/L1/2/11  12 Oct. 1435

Contents:
Reginald Rous and Robert Deve of Pettaugh appoint John Junyour of Tannington to negotiate with William Doket of Worlingworth and Peter Edwyne concerning a piece of meadow in Worlingworth

Grant  FC 94/L1/2/12  12 Oct. 1435

Contents:
Reginald Rous, William Doket of Worlingworth, Robert Deve of Pettaugh and Philip Edwyne to John Alred of Tannington, William Mayhew of Worlingworth, Robert Sherman of Wilby, John Foleshere of Wilby and John Manshipe of Worlingworth; one piece of meadow with appurtenances in Worlingworth

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/13  20 Oct. 1443

Contents:
John Wheymond, Roger Talbot and William Mayhegh to Robert Wheymond of Worlingworth, John Drowry, clerk, John Geldgelt of Monk Soham, John Pope of Southolt, jun., and Robert Wheymond of Monk Soham; all those lands and tenements in Worlingworth and Tannington with appurtenances which grantors had from Roberty Wheymond, recently of Worlingworth, together with William Hawe, clerk, and Robert Saxte, now dec'd

Bond  FC 94/L1/2/14  10 June 1444

Contents:
William Mayhew of Worlingworth, yeoman, John Mallyng, jun. same place, yeoman, John Manschepe of same place, yeoman, and Thomas Farman of same place, yeoman, to John Hervy, Richard Corbold, William Broun and John Heyward for 40/-

Bond  FC 94/L1/2/15  10 June 1444

(13 copies, filed together)

Contents:
William Mayhew of Worlingworth, yeoman, John Mallyng, jun. of same place, John Manschepe of same place, yeoman, and Thomas Farman of same place, yeoman, to John Harvy, Richard Corbold, William Broun and John Heyward for 40/-

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/16  5 Aug. 1448

Contents:
William Mayhew and William May of Bedfield, to John Drury, clerk, and Robert Wheymond, John Geldegelt and John Pope; one close called Hertysclos with appurtenances in Worlingworth

Quit claim  FC 94/L1/2/17  10 June 1450

Contents:
John Manshipe and William Mayhew of Worlingworth to Robert Sherman of Wilby, John Alred of Tannington, and John Keche of Hunton (?); one acre of meadow called Clyntmedowe with appurtenances in Worlingworth

Quit claim  FC 94/L1/2/18  10 June 1450

Contents:
William Mayhew and John Manshipe of Worlingworth, to John Alred of Tannington, Robert Sherman and John Foleshere of Wilby; one piece of meadow with appurtenances in Worlingworth

Appointment of attorneys  FC 94/L1/2/19  4 Oct. 1452

Contents:
Robert Scherman and John Folsere of Wilby, appoint John Hundgate and Robert Markaund, to negotiate with William Alred of Tannington, concerning one acre of meadow with appurtenances in Worlingworth

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/20  4 Oct. 1452

Contents:
Robert Scherman and John Folsere of Wilby, to William Alred of Tannington; one piece of meadow with appurtenances in Worlingworth

Appointment of attorneys  FC 94/L1/2/21  4 Oct. 1452

Contents:
John Kech of Dennington and Robert Scherman of Wilby, appoint John Hundgate and Robert Markaunt to negotiate with William Alred of Tattingstone concerning seisin of one acre of land called Clyntmedowe with appurtenances in Worlingworth

Grant  FC 94/L1/2/22  4 Oct. 1452

Contents:
John Koch of Dennington and Robert Scherman of Wilby to William Alred of Tannington; one acre of meadow called Clyntmedowe with appurtenances in Worlingworth

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/23  20 April 1473

Contents:
Robert Wheymond of Worlingworth, John Drowry, clerk, and Robert Wheymond of Monk Soham to John Heyward and Thomas Adam of Worlingworth; all those lands and tenements with appurtenances which grantors had from John Wheymond, Roger Talbot and William Mayhegh, together with John Geldgelt of Monk Soham and John Pape of Southolt, jun., now dec'd.

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/24  8 Aug. 1477

Contents:
Robert Wheymund of Worlingworth to Lawrence Mayhew and John Heyward sen., of Worlingworth; close called Hertysclos, with appurtenances in Worlingworth

Quit claim  FC 94/L1/2/25  22 April 1479

Contents:
John Goodchyld of Woodbridge and Richard Cuttyng of Debenham to Thomas Polay, John Hervy sen., Robert Wheymund and William Alred and all other parishioners of Worlingworth, for all debts incurred

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/26  5 June 1479

Contents:
William Wurlych of Worlingworth, Philip Crane and Stephen Drane of Tannington to John Norfolk, clerk and John Wrygth of Dennington; two pightels called Goneldys and Clapsyscrofte and one piece of land of tenement called Hawys containing by estimation half a rood with part of a green way in Tannington, a garden with a green way, a small grove and one piece of enclosed arable land adjoining garden

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/27  24 Aug. 1486

Contents:
John Norfolk, clerk, and John Wright, husbandman, of Dennington, to Alan Burreth of Tannington, Thomas Johnson, chaplain, and Robert Burreth, both of Dennington, and Stephen Drane of Tannington; two parcels of land called Goneleys and Clapycrofte, one piece of land in tenement called Hawys containing by estimation half a rood with part of a green way, in Tannington, a grove and garden with green way and piece of arable land adjoining the garden

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/28  5 June 1491

Contents:
John Heyward and Thomas Adam of Worlingworth, to John Nycholl sen., of Athelington, Henry Polay, John Hervy, sen., Thomas Harvy sen., William Manschepe, James Clerk, John Mayhew, Robert Brown, William Adam of Worlingworth and Guy Hayll of Athelington; close called Hertysclos with appurtenances in Worlingworth

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/29  12 May 1493

Contents:
William Alred of Denyngton, Alexander Drury of the same place and John Markand of Tannington to John Nycholl of Tannington, sen., Robert Doket of Worlingworth, sen., Lawrence Mayheugh, Thomas Hervy, sen., William Manshypp, sen., John Mayheugh, Robert Hervy, sen., William Adam and Adam Kewe; one piece of land with appurtenances in Worlingworth called Clyntmedowe containing by estimation about 2 acres

Copy of court roll, manor of Worlingworth  FC 94/L1/2/30  4 May 1496

Contents:
Surrender of one acre of demesne land in Worlingworth by John Jervy, Thomas Adame, Robert Dokett, Nicholas Hervy, William Wurlych, Thomas Dokett, Richard Adame, jun., Adam Kellh' and John Manschip

Copy of court roll, manor of Worlingworth  FC 94/L1/2/31  2 Aug. 1519

Contents:
Surrender by James Clerk to the use of Thomas Dukett and his heirs, of one and a half acres of mollond, and one acre of mollond of the tenement struttes, and one and a half acres of mollond of the tenement Fayres

Copy of court roll, manor of Worlingworth  FC 94/L1/2/32  5 Nov. 1543

Contents:
Admission of Thomas Watlyng, John Manshypp, Robert Mayhewe and John Adams, to 8 acres of mollond called Berkars with appurtenances in Worlingworth, (which was once held in trust for the use of the Guild of the Holy Trinity and Blessed Mary), the rent to be used for churchwardens' expenses

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/33  24 April 1548

Contents:
Robert Mayhewe, son and heir of John Mayhewe, recently of Worlingworth, to Richard Hervy, William Manshypp, sen., Robert Gardener, sen., John Clerke, Richard Adam, Thomas Watlyng, John Heyward, sen., John Heyward alias Sadde, Robert Ancocke and Richard Hayle; all that close called Hartysclose with appurtenances in Worlingworth

Grant  FC 94/L1/2/34  8 Aug. nd

Contents:
Adam Kewe of Southolt, Robert Hervy of Worlingworth, William Heyward and Robert Heyward, sons of John Heyward, wheelwright of Worlingworth, to Robert Brown of Worlingworth, Nicholas Bemonde, William Manship, William Brown of same place and Robert Gardiner of Stoke; two pightels called Goneldys and Clapiscrofte and one piece of land in tenement called Hawys containing by estimation half a rood, part of a green way in Tannington, one garden with a green way, one little grove and one piece of enclosed arable land adjoining the garden
(temp. Hen. VIII; no regna year given).

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/35  12 Oct. 1549

Contents:
Francis Bolders and Robert Parker to Robert Gardenar, sen. of Stoke Ash, yeoman; pasture land containing by estimation one and a half acres with appurtenances in Worlingworth and Bedfield

Grant  FC 94/L1/2/36  6 Feb. 1550

Contents:
Thomas Rous of Dennington esq., to Anthony Rous, gent., Richard Hervie, Roger Dukete, William Manshipe, Henry Wallynge, Robert Mayhewe, Thomas Adams, Robert Corbold and John Heywarde of Worlingworth, yeomen; eight acres and one rood of mollond called Barkers with appurtenances in Worlingworth and four other acres of mollond with appurtenances in Worlingworth

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/37  20 Jan. 1565

Contents:
William Manshipp of Worlingworth, yeoman, son and heir of William Manshipp of Worlingworth, dec'd., to Brian Heyward, clerk, and Robert Heyward alias Sadde of Worlingworth; one meadow with appurtenances in Worlingworth called Clynt Meadow containing by estimation 3 acres

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/38  26 Jan. 1565

Contents:
Brian Heyward, clerk, and Robert Heyward alias Sadde, of Worlingworth, to Henry Watlinge, Henry Kinge, jun., John Hayward alias Sadde, William Fylbey, John Heyward, son of William Heyward and William Mersche; one piece of land in Worlingworth called Clynt Meadow containing by estimation 3 acres

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/39  2 June 1565

Contents:
Robert Clerke of Eye and Robert Adam of Worlingworth to William Manship, jun., John Godbold, jun., Richard Grinling, Henry Page son of Richard Page, Richard Adam, Edward Gardner, Giles Bemund and William Crowne, son of Edmund Crowne; close called Hartysclose with appurtenances in Worlingworth

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/40  7 Aug. 1571

Contents:
John Browne of Aspall, husbandman, to John Godbolde, William Manshippe and Robert Gardyner of Worlingworth, yeomen; close of land and grove adjoining with appurtenances in Tannington called Chetilboroughes and of old time called Gonolds and Clapercrofte, containing by estimation 6 acres

Bond  FC 94/L1/2/41  7 Aug. 1571

Contents:
John Browne of Aspall, husbandman, to John Godbold, William Manshipp and Robert Gardiner of Worlingworth, yeoman, for 100 marks to keep indentures of same date

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/42  29 Aug. 1571

Contents:
John Godbolde, sen., of Worlingworth, yeoman, William Manshipp and Robert Gardiner of Worlingworth, yeomen, to John Godbolde, jun, William Manshipp, jun., Thomas Grindlinge, jun., Edward Gardiner, John Mayhewe, William Filbye, Henry Watlinge, Henry Beaumonde, John Merchaunte alias Tyler, Edward Poley, John Hayle and John Heywarde of Worlingworth; two pightels called Gonelds and Clapiscrofte with appurtenances, and one piece of land in tenement Hawes containing by estimation half a rood with green way adjoining in Tannington, also garden with green way adjoining and a little grove containing by estimation two and a half acres and a piece of arable land adjoining the garden, all in Tannington, in trust for the town of Worlingworth

Quit claim  FC 94/L1/2/43  14 Aug. 1572

Contents:
Richard Adhams of Worlingworth, husbandman, to John Godbolde, jun., William Manshippe, jun., Richard Grinlinge, Henry Page son of Richard Page, Giles Bemude and William Browne son of Edmund Browne; close called Hartisclose with all appurtenances in Worlingworth

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/44  9 June 1575

Contents:
John Thurstone of Hoxne, Esq. to John Godbold of Worlingworth, yeoman, William Manshipe of same place, yeoman, Thomas Grinlinge, Robert Corbould and Robert Gardener, yeoman, of same town; messuage or tenement called The Town House with one acre of land adjoining

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/45  7 Aug. 1587

Contents:
John Browne of Aspall, husbandman, Robert Fenne of Kenton, yeoman, Margery, wife of Robert Browne, dec'd., and William Browne of Thornham Magna, husbandman, brother of said John Browne to John Godbolde, sen., William Manshipp, sen., and Robert Gardiner of Worlingworth, yeoman; two pightells called Goneldis and Clapirscroft with appurtenances, one piece of land in tenement called Hawys containing by estimation ½ a rood with part of a green way adjoining in Tannington, a garden with green way adjoining, a small grove and piece of arable land adjoining the garden

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/46  14 May 1602

Contents:
Thomas Grinlinge of Worlingworth, yeoman, John Mayhewe of same place, yeoman, John Marchaunte alias Tyler of Stradbrooke, yeoman, John Heywarde of Worlingworth to Miles Spencer of Worlingworth, clerk, and William Borrett of Wilby, yeoman; two pightels called Goneles and Clapiscrofte with appurtenances, one piece of land of Hawes tenement containing by estimation half a rood with part of green way, one garden with green way, one small grove containing by estimation two acres and certain other pieces of arable land adjoining garden

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/47  14 May 1611

Contents:
William Watlinge of Worlingworth, yeoman, to Miles Spencer of Worlingworth, clerk, and William Borrett of Wilby, yeoman; eight acres and one rood called Barkers with appurtenances in Worlingworth, one acre and a half of land next the rectorial land in Worlingworth, one acre of land in the tenement Struttes and one acre and a half of land in the tenement Fayres

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/48  14 May 1611

Contents:
William Fylbey of Worlingworth, yeoman, and William Mershe of same place, husbandman, to Miles Spencer of Worlingworth, clerk, and William Borrett of Wilby, yeoman; one piece of land called Clynte Meadow in Worlingworth, containing by estimation three acres

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/49  14 May 1611

Contents:
Richard Grinlinge of Stradbrook, yeoman, and Henry Page of Wilby, yeoman to Miles Spencer of Worlingworth, clerk, and William Borrett of Wilby, yeoman; close called Hartysclose with appurtenances in Worlingworth

Lease  FC 94/L1/2/50  4 Sept. 1630

Contents:
Robert Beamont and John Ownes, churchwardens of Worlingworth, James Barker, Edward Barker, Thomas Rous, Thomas Rous his son, gents., William Godbold, William Watlinge, Thomas Dunston, Edward Dunston, Thomas Vincent, Clement Vyncent, John Withe, John Page the elder, and John Page his son, John Mayhewe, Robert Mayhewe, Henry Kinge, Nicholas Hayward, alias Sadd, Thomas Godbold, Ralph Turner, John Hayward, John Hayward his son, Edmund Page, Richard Page, Reynold Reade, John Aldrich his son, Lawrence Mayhewe, Philip Mayhewe, John Gardener, John Mayhewe, Henry Page, Nicholas Browne and Roger Strutt, to John Thurston of Hoxne, Esq.; messuage or tenement called The Town House for 10 years

Conveyance  FC 94/L1/2/51  2 Oct. 1716

Contents:
John Rous the elder of Worlingworth, gent., to James Thruston of Hoxne, esq., James Wyard of Brundish, gent., James Aldrich of Worlingworth, gent., John Rous the younger and James Rous (sons of the aforesaid John Rous), George Warren of Stradbrooke, gent., Robert Sutton of Kenton, gent., Samuel Ray the younger of Worlingworth, grocer, James Godbold of Worlingworth, yeoman, Robert Rous the younger (son of Robert Rous of Worlingworth, gent.) and Thomas Peck of the same town; one close in Bedfield, containing by estimation 5 acres; one meadow with appurtenances in Worlingworth, called Clinte-Meadow, containing by estimation 3 acres, four pieces of land in Bedfield, containing together by estimation 30 acres; piece of land called Gardner's Pightle in Bedfield; close called Hartsclose in Worlingworth; eight acres and one rood of land called Barkers in Worlingworth; one and a half acres of land next to the land belonging to the rectory of Worlingworth; one acre of land of the tenement Strutt, one and a half acres of land of the tenement Faires; two pightles called Govells and Clapper-Croft; one piece of land of the tenement Hawes containing by estimation half a rood with part of a greenway in Tannington; garden with greenway, little grove and piece of enclosed arable land next the garden; all to be held in trust to discharge town from any expenses incurred "by reason of any Warrs of our said Sovereigne Lord the King that now is, his Heirs or Successors as well within the Kingdome of Great Britaine as out of it", and to relieve the poor of the town

Lease  FC 94/L1/2/52  14 March 1727

Contents:
John Thruston of Hoxne, Esq., John Rous of Worlingworth, gent., James Wyard of Brundish, gent., James Aldrich of Worlingworth, gent., James Rous (son of said John Rous), George Warren of Stradbrooke, gent., Robert Rous the younger (son of Robert Rous of Worlingworth aforesaid, gent.), and Thomas Peak to Samuel Ray the younger of Worlingworth, grocer; messuage or tenement with shop and appurtenances in Worlingworth; several pieces of land in Bedfield called Fennoes; piece of land in Bedfield called Gardner's Pightle for twenty one years

Final concord  FC 94/L1/2/53  nd

Contents:
John Woode and Mary his wife, Ralph Canham and Prudence his wife, Joseph Febitus and Ann his wife, John Shimming and Robert Hawes gent., to John Coggeshall, gent; one messuage, one garden, one orchard and other land in Tannington, Framlingham and Worlingworth.

Lease and Release  FC 94/L1/2/54  1 and 2 Jan. 1753

Contents:
James Aldrich of Worlingworth, gent., James Rous, son of John Rous the elder of Worlingworth, gent., dec'd., and Robert Rous son of Robert Rous the elder late of Worlingworth, gent., dec'd., to John Major of City of London, esq., John Thruston of Hoxne, Doctor in Physic, Thomas Coggeshall of Ipswich, esq., Samuel Ray of Kenton, clerk, Thomas Warreyn of Worlingworth gent., William Ray the elder of same place, merchant, William Ray, son of said William Ray the elder, Richard Page of Starston, Norf., tanner, John Green of Athelington, yeoman, Thomas Adams of Worlingworth, yeoman, and John Newman of Halesworth, tanner; messuage or tenement in Bedfield with appurtenances containing by estimation 40 acres; messuage or tenement and farm with appurtenances in Worlingworth containing together by estimation 58 acres; messuage or tenement and shop with appurtenances in Worlingworth; five several messuages or cottages with appurtenances in Worlingworth; messuage or tenement with appurtenances in Tannington containing by estimation 6 acres; to be held in trust as described in 1716 deed. (FC 94/L1/2/51)

Lease and release  FC 94/L1/2/55  27 and 28 Sept. 1790

Contents:
John Green of Worlingworth, farmer, to Sir Gerard William Vanneck of Heveningham, baronet, Sir John Henniker of the City of London, knight, Robert Rede of Beccles, gent., George Brooke Keer of Framlingham, merchant, William Ray of Worlingworth, gent., John Cordey of Worlingworth, grocer, Henry Cupper of Easton, farmer, Samuel Wardley the younger of Worlingworth, farmer, William Green of same place, farmer, James Green of same place, farmer, James Green the younger of same place, yeoman, and George Edwards the younger of Framlingham, grocer; messuage or tenement and farm with appurtenances in Bedfield containing by estimation 40 acres; messuage or tenement and farm with appurtenances in Worlingworth containing by estimation 58 acres; messuage or tenement and shop with appurtenances in Worlingworth; five several cottages with appurtenances in Worlingworth; messuage or tenement with appurtenances in Tannington containing by estimation 6 acres; to be held on trust

Lease  FC 94/L1/2/56  20 Jan. 1817

Contents:
Robert Rede late of Beccles and now of Barsham, esq., George Brooke Keer of Framlingham, gent., William Ray of Tannington, gent. (son of William Ray late of Worlingworth, merchant, dec'd.), John Cordy of Worlingworth, grocer and draper, Henry Cupper late of Easton and now of Worlingworth, farmer, Samuel Wardley, late of Worlingworth and now of Brundish, farmer, William Green of Worlingworth, farmer, James Green of Fressingfield, farmer, James Green the younger of Fressingfield, farmer, and George Edwards the younger of Framlingham, grocer and draper, to Nathaniel Clubbe of Framlingham, gent., and Charles Clubbe of same place, gent., messuage or tenement and farm with appurtenances containing by estimation 40 acres; messuage or tenement and farm with appurtenances in Worlingworth containing by estimation 58 acres; messuage or tenement and shop in Worlingworth; five several cottages with appurtenances in Worlingworth; messuage or tenement with appurtenances in Tannington containing by estimation 6 acres and other property in Worlingworth, Tannington and Bedfield; for one year on certain trusts

Accounts concerning Trust Deed from Messrs Edwards and Edwards to trustees of Town Lands  FC 94/L1/2/57  1860

Abstract of Worlingworth trust deed  FC 94/L1/2/58  21 Jan. 1817

Worlingworth charities, balance sheet  FC 94/L1/2/59  1962

[no title]  FC 94/L1/2/60  20 Jan. 1874

Contents:
Charity Commissioners scheme for the administration of the charities called "The Town Lands" and John Godbold's charity for the poor, in the parish of Worlingworth

Worlingworth charities balance sheet  FC 94/L1/2/61  1965

Worlingworth charities balance sheet  FC 94/L1/2/62  1969

Town Lands Account book  FC 94/L1/2/63  1896-1923

Baldry's Charity  FC 94/L2  [n.d.]

Copy of court roll, manor of Monk Soham  FC 94/L2/1  29 Nov. 1418

Contents:
Admission of Lettice, wife of Richard Malyn for the term of her life and then to Margaret and Joan, her children, to 3½ acres of land with appurtenances

Copy of court roll, manor of Monk Soham  FC 94/L2/2  27 Apr. 1502

Contents:
Admission of John Nicoll to one tenement called Geraldes containing 18 acres of free land and part of another tenement called Sammes and Vynes containing 11 acres of molond with appurtenances

Copy of court roll, manor of Monk Soham  FC 94/L2/3  3 July 1510

Contents:
Admission of Robert Awoode to one pightell called Haymandes Pightell containing one acre and one rood

Copy of court roll, manor of Monk Soham  FC 94/L2/4  9 May 1515

Contents:
Surrender by John Stele of one pightel called Haymondysphyttell containing one acre and one rood of land in Soham to the use of Michael Falcard

Copy of court roll, manor of Monk Soham  FC 94/L2/5  31 Aug. 1631

Contents:
Surrender by Richard Gildersleeve of all his bond land to the use of his will

Copy of court roll, manor of Monk Soham  FC 94/L2/6  24 Mar. 1635

Contents:
Surrender by Richard Gildersleeve and Mary his wife to Nicholas Baldry of one tenement called Geraldes with gardens and two pightels

Agreement between Nicholas Baldry and Richard Baldry  FC 94/L2/7  20 Apr. 1658

Contents:
Richard to have tenement called Geralds, also to draw water from tenement called (? Painters)

Receipt from Nicholas Baldry to Richard Baldry for payment for land at Monk Soham  FC 94/L2/8  3 June 1658

Copy of clause from will of Mr John Baldry  FC 94/L2/9  14 Apr. 1689

Copy of clause of the will of John Baldrey whereby he bequeathes copyhold messuage lands and tenements in Monk Soham with appurtenances  FC 94/L2/10  n.d. (1689)

Copy of court roll, manor of Monk Soham  FC 94/L2/11  29 July 1725

Contents:
Admission of James Wyard, James Aldrich and Samuel Ray to a messuage called Herrallds with orchards, garden and two pightels, containing by estimation 6 acres, one close called Bursies, containing by estimation 4 acres one meadow called Burses Meadow containing by estimation one acre, to be held on the trusts of John Baldry's will for the education of the poor

Copy of court roll, manor of Monk Soham  FC 94/L2/12  27 Feb. 1817

Contents:
Absolute surrender by James Ray esq., of Clare to Rev. Edward Barlee, Rector of Worlingworth, Samuel Wardley the younger of Brundish, farmer, William Spurling the younger of Worlingworth, farmer, and Charles Cordy of Stradbrook, gent., of messuage called Herralds with appurtenances, close called Bursies, meadow called Bursies Meadow and two more closes lying together

Godbold's Charity  FC 94/L3  [n.d.]

Two copies of Mr William Godbold's will made 30 May 1698  FC 94/L3/1  30 May 1698

Contents:
(Copies prob. 18c.)

Copy of court roll  FC 94/L3/2  27 Feb 1817

Contents:
Surrender by James Ray of Clare, banker, to Rev. Edward Barlee, Rector of Worlingworth, Samuel Wardley the younger of Brundish, farmer, William Spurling the younger of Worlingworth, farmer, and Charles Cordy of Stradbrook, gent., of tenement called Lewins otherwise Bennetts with 5 roods of land adjoining and also one other piece of land parcel of tenement called Lewins otherwise Bennetts, in trust according to the will of William Godbold

Conveyance  FC 94/L3/3  3 Jan. 1753

Contents:
John Beck of Worlingworth, clerk, and James Aldrich of Worlingworth, gent., to John Major of City of London, esq., John Thruston of Hoxne, Doctor in Physic, Thomas Coggeshall of Ipswich esq., Samuel Ray of Kenton, clerk, Thomas Warreyn of Worlingworth, gent., William Ray the elder of same place, merchant, William Ray the younger, his son, Richard Page of Starston, Norfolk, tanner, John Green of Athelington, yeoman, Thomas Adams of Worlingworth, yeoman, and John Newman of Halesworth, tanner; two pieces of land or pasture containing together by estimation 7 acres, parcel of a close called Horsehaugh in Worlingworth; and pightle called Speris in Worlingworth, containing by estimation 3 acres; to be held in trust according to the will of William Godbold, gent., of Worlingworth, dec'd.

Copy of court roll; manor of Worlingworth  FC 94/L3/4  29 Oct. 1766

Contents:
Admission of Mary, wife of John Murrell of Oakley, farmer, to one tenement called Lewins otherwise Bennetts with 5 rods of land adjoining and also one other piece of land parcel of tenement called Lewins otherwise Bennetts

Copy of court roll, manor of Worlingworth  FC 94/L3/5  30 Oct. 1766

Contents:
Surrender by John Murrell of Oakley, farmer, and Mary his wife, to William Ray the younger of Worlingworth, merchant, James Ray, grocer, and Samuel Wardley the younger of the same place, farmer, in trust that the churchwardens shall give bread to poor attending Divine Service and 10/- out of rent of houses and lands to be paid every year to the minister on condition that he shall read service and preach sermon on Ash Wednesday, any overplus to be distributed among the poor as shall be present at the service and sermon next following Ash Wednesday according to the last will and testament of William Godbold late of Worlingworth, gent.

Copy of court roll, manor of Worlingworth  FC 94/L3/6  4 May 1817

Contents:
Admission of Rev. Edward Barlee, Rector of Worlingworth, Samuel Wardles the younger of Brundish, farmer, William Spurling the younger of Worlingworth, and Charles Cordy of Stradbrook, gent., one tenement called Lewins otherwise Bennetts with 5 rods of land adjoining, and also one piece of land, parcel of tenement called Lewins otherwise Bennetts containing in length 5 ft. 15½ perches and in breadth 3 perches 4½ ft.

[no title]  FC 94/L3/7  24 Oct. 1962

Contents:
Copy of a Charity Commission order relating to the appointment of Eileen Barbara Carter, spinster, of Paradise Farm, Worlingworth, to be a non-official trustee of Town Lands and John Godbold charities

[no title]  FC 94/L3/8  14 Sep. 1962

Contents:
Charity Commission notice for any objections to the proposed scheme for the appointment of Miss E.B. Carter as a trustee of the Town Lands and John Godbold's charities

Envelope containing Godbold Charity scheme 1873 and correspondence 1922-1979  FC 94/L3/9  1873-1979

Statements of account for Godbold's charity  FC 94/L3/10  1925

French's Nursing Charity  FC 94/L4  [n.d.]

Envelope containing documents relating to French's Nursing Charity  FC 94/L4/1  1905-1920

Contents:
1. Bank pass book, 1905-1912
2. Fire insurance policy for property in Worlingworth 1912
3. Fire insurance policy for property in Worlingworth 1920

Bank pass book  FC 94/L4/2  1912-1920

Envelope containing papers relating to French's Nursing Charity  FC 94/L4/3  1963-1969

Trust Deed  FC 94/L4/4  1902

Contents:
(1) Rev. Frederick French (founder of charity)
(2) Rev. Frederick French and other trustees
(1) Agreed with (2) to form a trust to manage the charity to provide or encourage the provision of skilled nursing for members of the Church of England, being wives of poor labouring men and others resident in the parishes of Worlingworth and Southolt

Copy conveyance  FC 94/L4/5  1902

Contents:
(1) as in FC 94/L4/4
(2) as in FC 94/L4/4
(1) to (2) as a gift, 2 tenements and 1 piece of land in Worlingworth, the rent of which is to be used for the management and running of the charity

Copies of Charity Commission order to sell the real estate  FC 94/L4/6  1967

Copies of Charity Commission order to sell the real estate  FC 94/L4/7  1968

Charity Commission scheme for the management of the charity  FC 94/L4/8  1968

Contents:
Including the appointment of trustees and vesting the official custodian

Charity Commission scheme for the management of the charity  FC 94/L4/9  1968

Contents:
Including the appointment of trustees and vesting the official custodian

General  FC 94/L5  [n.d.]

Statement of accounts for Town Lands charity Godbold's charity and the school house trustees  FC 94/L5/1  1970

Correspondence  FC 94/L5/2  1982-1983

Contents:
Re Worlingworth Educational charity and Town Lands and John Godbold's charity with balance sheet for 1983

Copy indenture conveying part of the charity lands of Worlingworth to the Diocesan Board of Finance in fee simple  FC 94/L5/3  11 Nov. 1922

Contents:
(With plan)

[no title]  FC 94/L5/4  1921-1964

Contents:
File containing bills, receipts, correspondence, Charity Commission circulars for the Worlingworth charities and papers relating to the repairs to the school house

File of Charity Commission correspondence concerning sale and orders for Town Lands and John Godbold charities  FC 94/L5/5  1877-1956

Sale catalogue for the Worlingworth charity Estates  FC 94/L5/6  1922

Worlingworth Coal Lists  FC 94/L5/7-9  1884-1887

Worlingworth Charities Accounts  FC 94/L5/10  1900-1902

Worlingworth Charities Accounts  FC 94/L5/11  1967-1974

Employers Liability policy  FC 94/L5/12  1954

Worlingworth charities trustees bank book  FC 94/L5/13  1915-1931

Book containing list of rents due on charity lands in Worlingworth, Bedfield, Monk Soham and Tannington, with plans  FC 94/L5/14  n.d

Town Lands and Godbold's Charity Account book  FC 94/L5/15  1919-1951

Bundle of deeds to lands in Worlingworth held in trust for the charities  FC 94/L5/16  1817-1926

Contents:
Including deeds of enfranchisement of copyhold land held of the manor of Worlingworth

Bundle of notices to quit  FC 94/L5/17  1921

Agreement between the trustees of Worling worth and A.V. Balls for letting the school house  FC 94/L5/18  1936

SCHOOLS  FC 94/M  [n.d.]

Worthingworth V.C.P. School  FC 94/M1  [n.d.]


Related information: (see also FC 94/C7/9)

Envelope containing papers relating to the appointment of Foundation Managers of Worlingworth school  FC 94/M1/1  1 Oct. 1903

Contents:
Including copy of the Charity Commissioners orders for the Discharge of Trustees of Worlingworth Charity school

Envelope containing school correspondence for the years  FC 94/M1/2  1952-1953

Worlingworth endowed school bank account book  FC 94/M1/3  1896-1921

Circular letter from East Suffolk County Education Committee  FC 94/M1/4  17 Mar. 1966

Contents:
Relating to the Organisation of Secondary Education in east Suffolk

Copy instrument of management  FC 94/M1/5  1953

Contents:
Re the management of Worlingworth Endowed Church School

File of correspondence relating mainly to the V.C.P. school  FC 94/M1/6  1923-1974

Contents:
Including E.S.C. circulars, letters re insurance and general school matters

Specification of sundry work to be done in building a school at Worlingworth  FC 94/M1/7  1875

Extract from the final order No. 65 of the Board of Education  FC 94/M1/8  1903

Contents:
Relating to an appointment of Foundation Managers of Worlingworth School

Report by H.M. Inspectors on Worlingworth endowed Church of England Primary School  FC 94/M1/9  1965

Fire Insurance policy for the school  FC 94/M1/10  1951

Old School and Teachers House  FC 94/M2  [n.d.]

Envelope containing correspondence  FC 94/M2/1  1966

Contents:
Relating to the sale of Worlingworth old school and teacher's house

MISCELLANEOUS  FC 94/N  [n.d.]

Correspondence  FC 94/N1  [n.d.]

Letter from B. Brame to (?) Thomas Adams sending receipt for his charges and thanking him for a present of game  FC 94/N1/1  30 Oct. 1840

Part of letter from Lord Stradbroke  FC 94/N1/2  n.d

Part of letter containing notes and sketches of Rous coat of arms  FC 94/N1/3  n.d

Worlingworth Manor  FC 94/N2  [n.d.]

Copy of decree in Exchequer case Edward Barker, knight, v. James Clerke  FC 94/N2/1  26 May 1690

Contents:
Concerning demesne land of the manor of Worlingworth

Suffolk Volunteer Training Corps  FC 94/N3  [n.d.]

Letter of appointment of Frederic William French of Depper Hall, Hoxne to be the Commander of the Suffolk Volunteer Training Corps  FC 94/N3/1  21 May 1915

Lord Henniker's Estate  FC 94/N4  [n.d.]

[no title]  FC 94/N4/1  1918

Contents:
Plan of portions of Lord Henniker's Suffolk estate, situate in the neighbourhood of Worlingworth, Tannington, Bedfield, Monk Soham and Earl Soham

Collins family  FC 94/N5  [n.d.]

Dates of birth of children of John and Sarah Collins  FC 94/N5/1  184[-]-1855

Verse entitled "my mother" written by Samuel Collins at Worlingworth school  FC 94/N5/2  1861

Bellringers  FC 94/N6  [n.d.]

[no title]  FC 94/N6/1  1913-1945

Contents:
Photocopies from year-books of the Norwich Diocesan Association of Ringers and the Suffolk Guild of Ringers with details of peals rung etc. at Worlingworth, Bedfield and Monk Soham

Letter to Canon Donnan re peals rung at Suffolk churches  FC 94/N6/2  1984

Letter concerning the ringing clergy afternoon at St Mary le Tower, Ipswich  FC 94/N6/3  1984

File of correspondence relating to bell ringing  FC 94/N6/4  1965-1974

Contents:
Including notes on peals at Worlingworth and Annual Reports for the Suffolk Guild of Ringers 1961 and 1964

Tannington  FC 94/N7  [n.d.]

Book of attendance by singers and at Sunday School  FC 94/N7/1  1884-1885

Book containing notes on the Jubilee commemoration at Tannington  FC 94/N7/2  1887

Order of Service for dedication of Memorials at Tannington church  FC 94/N7/3  1952

Order of Service for dedication of the new coronation bell and chiming apparatus and re-dedication of five old bells at Tannington  FC 94/N7/4  1954

Order of Service for dedication of the new pipe organ and restored roof and pews  FC 94/N7/5  1958

Notes of the quota for Tannington  FC 94/N7/6  1964-1965

Brief notes on the history of Tannington church  FC 94/N7/7  1966

Letter concerning a memorial to Bessie Kemp to be erected in Tannington churchyard  FC 94/N7/8  1968

Programmes  FC 94/N8  [n.d.]

Programme for the 22nd Aldeburgh Festival  FC 94/N8/1  1969

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