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Reference FC 99
Covering dates 1602-1990
Held by Suffolk Record Office, Ipswich Branch
Extent 36 series
Creators Church of England, Weybread Parish, Suffolk



GENERAL  FC 99/A  [n.d.]

Vestry (Town Meetings)  FC 99/A1  [n.d.]

Town meetings minute book  FC 99/A1/1  1762-1796

Contents:
(Containing orders for the relief of poor, with detailed disbursements)
(Baptisms and burials, 1743-1758) 1762-1796

Town meetings minute book  FC 99/A1/2  1808-1818

Contents:
(Containing orders for the relief of poor)

Town meetings minute book  FC 99/A1/3  1818-1823

Contents:
(Containing orders for the relief of poor)

Town meetings minute book  FC 99/A1/4  1823-1834

Contents:
(Containing orders for the relief of poor)

Vestry (Town Meetings) minute book  FC 99/A1/5  1835-1872

Contents:
(Also containing orders for the relief of poor)

Notice of vestry meeting  FC 99/A1/6  15 Mar. 1866

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2  [n.d.]

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/1  1821-1822

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/2  1823-1824

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/3  1823-1824

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/4  Mich. 1824

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/5  Xmas.1824

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/6  1825-1826

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/7  Lady 1825

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/8  1826-1827

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/9  Lady 1827

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/10  1828-1829

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/11  Mid-Summer 1828

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/12  Mich. 1828

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/13  Lady 1829

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/14  Mid-Summer 1829

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/15  Mich. 1829

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/16  Xmas. 1829

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/17  Lady 1830

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/18  1830-1831

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/19  1831-1832

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/20  1832-1833

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/21  1833-1834

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/22  1845-1846

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/23  1849-1850

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/24  1857-1858

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/25  1824-1857

Parish bills and vouchers  FC 99/A2/26  1861-1862

Queen Victoria Jubilee Celebration  FC 99/A3  [n.d.]

Bundle containing Queen Victoria Jubilee celebration papers  FC 99/A3/1  21 June 1887

3 items

Contents:
Agreement with the proprietor "The Swan", Fressingfield, to provide food and drinks for 500 people at 1s. 3d. per head. Jubilee celebration account book
Copy of the service performed

Transcripts of Registers  FC 99/A4  [n.d.]

Name Index to baptism registers  FC 99/A4/1  1687 - 1889

Name Index to burial registers  FC 99/A4/2  1694 - 1879

Contents:
Compiled by Capt. G.S. Cary Jan. 1936

Name Index to Marriage registers  FC 99/A4/3  1687 - 1837

Contents:
Compiled by B.W. Tuff Norman Oct 1935.

Census  FC 99/A5  [n.d.]

Census statistics  FC 99/A5/1  1821

Contents:
(Not naming inhabitants or properties)

Visitations  FC 99/A6  [n.d.]

Citation to parish of Weybread to appear before the Bishop of Norwich on 11 June 1858  FC 99/A6/1  1858

CLERGY  FC 99/C  [n.d.]

Terriers  FC 99/C1  [n.d.]

Terrier  FC 99/C1/1  1791

Terrier  FC 99/C1/2  1845

Terrier  FC 99/C1/3  1866

Terrier  FC 99/C1/4  1872

Terrier  FC 99/C1/5  1879

Terrier  FC 99/C1/6  1886

Terrier  FC 99/C1/7  1894 & 1901

Terrier  FC 99/C1/8  1912

Electoral Roll  FC 99/C2  [n.d.]

Electoral roll book  FC 99/C2/1  1957

Electoral roll book  FC 99/C2/2  n.d

Tithes  FC 99/C3  [n.d.]

Altered apportionment of tithe rent charge  FC 99/C3/1  30 Sept. 1936

Tithe Map and apportionment  FC 99/C3/2  1840

Altered apportionment of tithe rent charge.  FC 99/C3/3  21 March 1930

Stipendiary Curates Licences  FC 99/C4  [n.d.]

Thomas Whitaker, curate at £90 p.a.  FC 99/C4/1  30 May 1814

Thomas Wright Whitaker, curate at £120 p.a.  FC 99/C4/2  22 Sept. 1822

Thomas Whitaker, curate at £30 p.a.  FC 99/C4/3  8 June 1828

William Browne, curate at £120 p.a.  FC 99/C4/4  2 June 1832

Frederick Augustus Howe Fitzgerald, curate at £100 p.a.  FC 99/C4/5  24 Oct. 1862

John Jennings Midgley curate at £120 p.a.  FC 99/C4/6  25 May 1831

Robert James Simpson curate at £100 p.a.  FC 99/C4/7  3 April 1857

Bishop's Licences  FC 99/C5  [n.d.]

Licence for absence to the Rev. Peter Edge, Rector of Naughton, Vicar of Weybread and the perpetual curate of St. Mary at Elms, Ipswich  FC 99/C5/1  1 Mar. 1804

Contents:
For two years, in order to carry out repairs to the Weybread Vicarage. Rev. Edge to reside in Ipswich

Licence for absence to Rev. Thomas Whitaker, from the benefice until Dec. 1815  FC 99/C5/2  15 Aug. 1814

Contents:
To carry out repairs to the Weybread Vicarage

Copy of FC 99/C5/2  FC 99/C5/3  nd c.1814

Copy of FC 99/C5/2  FC 99/C5/4  nd c.1814

Licence for absence to Rev. Thomas Whitaker, as the Vicarage being unfit to live  FC 99/C5/5  1 Jan. 1816

Parsonage house  FC 99/C6  [n.d.]

Agreement  FC 99/C6/1  9 Mar. 1872

Contents:
1. George Grimwood, builder, of Weybread
2. Rev. F. A. H. Fitzgerald, Vicar of Weybread
In consideration of £550 (1) agreed with (2) to rebuild the offices of the Vicarage

Bill paid for the repairs carried out on the Vicarage  FC 99/C6/2  1891-1892

Specifications for alterations and additions to Vicarage  FC 99/C6/3  February 1872

Specification and plans for new drainage system at Vicarage.  FC 99/C6/4  Sept. 1902

Benefice papers  FC 99/C7  [n.d.]

Copy letter, from Messrs. Collison, Prichard and Green, solicitors, to the Ecclesiastical Commission  FC 99/C7/1  8 May 1889

Contents:
Concerning the transfer of £4. 5s. the Tithe Rent charge, on the "Chancel Farm", Weybread, for the benefit of Vicar

Services  FC 99/C8  [n.d.]

Service Register  FC 99/C8/1  1887 - 1906

Service Register  FC 99/C8/2  1906 - 1928

Service Register  FC 99/C8/3  1934 - 1952

REGISTRATION  FC 99/D  [n.d.]

Registers  FC 99/D1  [n.d.]

Copies information: REGISTERS PRIOR TO 1900 ARE ON MICROFICHE -- PLEASE SEE LEAFLETS FOR DETAILS


[no title]  FC 99/D1/1  1687 - 1768

(vol.)

Contents:
Baptisms 1687-1768
Burials 1694-1768
Marriages 1687-1768

[no title]  FC 99/D1/2  1769 - 1812

(vol.)

Contents:
Baptisms 1769-1812
Burials 1769-1812

[no title]  FC 99/D1/3  1760 - 1809

(vol.)

Contents:
Marriages 1760-1809
Banns 1760-1809

[no title]  FC 99/D1/4  1810-1812

(vol.)

Contents:
Marriages 1810-1812
Banns 1810-1812

Baptisms  FC 99/D1/5  1813-1848

Burials  FC 99/D1/6  1813-1879

Marriages  FC 99/D1/7  1813-1838

Banns  FC 99/D1/8  1823-1881

Baptisms.  FC 99/D1/9  1848 - 1890

Contents:
Also recorded inside [...] fly leaf particulars of the Church, 1877-1889, by the Rev. Joseph Henry White, Rector, 1877 - 1889

Marriages  FC 99/D1/10  1837 - 1928

Marriages  FC 99/D1/11  1929 - 1955

Marriages  FC 99/D1/12  1955 - 1964

Marriages  FC 99/D1/13  1964 - 1974

Marriages  FC 99/D1/14  1974 - 1990

Banns  FC 99/D1/15  1882 - 1986

Confirmation Papers.  FC 99/D2  [n.d.]

Confirmation Register  FC 99/D2/1  1878-1889

CHURCHWARDENS  FC 99/E  [n.d.]

Accounts  FC 99/E1  [n.d.]

Churchwardens account book  FC 99/E1/1  1599-1738

Churchwardens account book  FC 99/E1/2  1836-1871

Bills and receipts, from George Grimwood, builder, and R. M. Phipson, Architect  FC 99/E1/3  1865-1866

Contents:
For carrying out repairs at the Church and for preparing specifications respectively

Income and expenditure account  FC 99/E1/4  1974

Income and expenditure account  FC 99/E1/5  1975

Special donations to fabric fund.  FC 99/E1/6  1974-76

Churchwardens account book.  FC 99/E1/7  1872-1977

Fabric  FC 99/E2  [n.d.]

Correspondence concerning Weybread Church Chancel Trust  FC 99/E2/1  Apr. 1889

3 letters

Contents:
Under which, a perpetual rent charge of £25 and £4. 5s. are set aside for the repair of chancel

File of correspondence  FC 99/E2/2  1954 - 1969

Contents:
Concerning some rural changes and repairs to Church, including specifications and estimates

Specification of restoration work to be carried out  FC 99/E2/3  Aug. 1864

Drawings and plans related to restoration work [in FC 99/E2/3 above]  FC 99/E2/4 a+b  1864

OVERSEERS  FC 99/G  [n.d.]

Poor rates  FC 99/G1  [n.d.]

Poor rate book  FC 99/G1/1  Sept. 1835-Apr. 1840

Poor rate book  FC 99/G1/2  Jul. 1845-Oct. 1851

Poor rate book  FC 99/G1/3  Jan. 1852-Sep. 1855

Poor rate book  FC 99/G1/4  Jan. 1856-Apr. 1858

Valuation list  FC 99/G2  [n.d.]

Valuation list  FC 99/G2/1  n.d.(1834?)

Poor relief  FC 99/G3  [n.d.]

Poor relief (Need) book  FC 99/G3/1  1801-1815

Poor relief (Need) book  FC 99/G3/2  1815-1818

Weekly payment (Need) book  FC 99/G3/3  1816-1821

Poor relief (Need) book  FC 99/G3/4  1818-1822

Weekly payment (Need) book  FC 99/G3/5  1821-1828

Poor relief (Need) book  FC 99/G3/6  1829-1834

Poor relief (Need) book  FC 99/G3/7  1834-1841

Poor relief (Need) book  FC 99/G3/8  1841-1847

Poor relief (Need) book  FC 99/G3/9  1847-1853

Collection made by parishioners for the relief of hardship and distress of large families in the parish  FC 99/G3/10  10 Jan. 1854

[no title]  FC 99/G3/11  24 Mar. 1846

Contents:
Sealed letter from the Poor Law Commissioners indicating the average amount spent by each parish in the Hoxne Union, for the poor relief during the period 1842-45, dated

Accounts  FC 99/G4  [n.d.]

Overseers account book  FC 99/G4/1  1745-1779

Contents:
Containing: detailed receipts and disbursements;
Inventory of goods and chattles of Robert Wright, 26 Aug. 1774;
Disbursements to people suffering from small pox, 1748;
Inventory of the town house, 1750
List of settlement certificates, 1694-1753
List of apprentices, 1745-1774

Book  FC 99/G4/2  1778-1799

Contents:
Containing: Overseers accounts 1778-1790
Poor rates 1787-1799

Overseers account book  FC 99/G4/3  1806-1835

Overseers receipt and payment book  FC 99/G4/4  1836-1849

Bill for £22. 10s. 10d. from George Carthew, solicitor to Overseers and Churchwardens  FC 99/G4/5  Aug.-Oct.1842

Contents:
For preparing papers concerning the removal of Sarah Blake, singlewoman, from Weybread to Withersdale

Bastardy  FC 99/G5  [n.d.]

Bastardy order book  FC 99/G5/1  1821-1828

John Welton, Jun. and John Welton, Sen. of Mettingham, bound to overseers and churchwardens for £50  FC 99/G5/2  20 Mar. 1722

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a child, to be born to Bridgett Hood, singlewoman

Francis Gobbitt, cordwainer, and John Booty, yeoman, bound to overseers and churchwardens, for £40  FC 99/G5/3  28 Oct. 1734

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a child to be born to Elizabeth Moor, singlewoman

Copy of FC 99/G5/3  FC 99/G5/4  nd.C1734

Order to maintain a male child, born to Sarah Edwards, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/5  30 Mar. 1736

Copy of FC 99/G5/5  FC 99/G5/6  30 Mar. 1736

Samuel Tubby of Redenhall (Nf.) and John Tuthil of Starston (Nf.), bound to overseers and churchwardens, for £50  FC 99/G5/7  2 Feb. 1737

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a male child, born to Mary Rodwell, singlewoman

Bastardy examination of Ann, the wife of John Fleet  FC 99/G5/8  18 Jan. 1738

Richard Smith of Stradbroke, wheelwright, bound to overseers and churchwardens, for £40  FC 99/G5/9  13 Apr. 1742

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a child to be born to Elizabeth Wilby, singlewoman

Churchwardens and overseers of St. Lawrence Ilketshall, bound to churchwardens and overseers of Weybread, for £50  FC 99/G5/10  9 Feb. 1746

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a child to be born to Mary Brunning, of St. Lawrence Ilketshall, residing in Weybread, singlewoman

George Warn of Wingfield, farmer, bound to overseers and churchwardens for £40  FC 99/G5/11  7 Oct. 1747

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing of a child born to Mary Thrower, singlewoman

Samuel Lodge, yeoman, and Joseph Lodge, husbandman, bound to overseers and churchwardens, for £50  FC 99/G5/12  1 Dec. 1748

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a child to be born to Ann Reyner, singlewoman, hired servant to Samuel Lodge

John Taylor, yeoman, bound to overseers and churchwardens, for £40  FC 99/G5/13  20 Dec. 1749

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and the maintenance of a child, to be born to Frances Meen, singlewoman

William Applewhite, labourer, bound to overseers and churchwardens, for £40  FC 99/G5/14  20 Jan. 1752

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a child born to Mary Smith, hired servant of William Drane farmer, singlewoman

John Burleigh, husbandman, bound to overseers and churchwardens, for £40  FC 99/G5/15  30 Mar. 1752

Contents:
To indemnify the parish, from the upbringing and maintenance of a child born to Mary Clark, singlewoman, hired servant of Charles Waller, farmer

John Waller, yeoman, bound to overseers and churchwardens for £40  FC 99/G5/16  10 Apr. 1754

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and the maintenance of a child, to be born to Mary Manclarke, singlewoman

John Burleigh, farmer, bound to overseers and churchwardens for £40  FC 99/G5/17  12 Apr. 1755

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a child to be born to Mary Clarke, singlewoman

Thomas Larter, sen. and Thomas Larter, jun., of Fressingfield, bound for £50  FC 99/G5/18  8 Oct. 1755

Contents:
To overseers and churchwardens, to indemnify the parish from the upbringing and the maintenance of a male child born to Mary Smyth, singlewoman

Bastardy examination of Sarah Edwards, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/19  20 Nov. 1755

Robert Goodwin, gent. bound to overseers and churchwardens, for £50  FC 99/G5/20  7 Apr. 1757

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a child to be born to Margaret Cupper, singlewoman

Order to maintain a male child born to Martha Clarke, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/21  17 May 1757

Bastardy examination of Martha Clarke, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/22  17 May 1757

Robert Easto, butcher, bound to overseers and churchwardens, for £50  FC 99/G5/23  22 May 1758

Contents:
To indemnify the parish, from the upbringing and maintenance of a female child, born to Elizabeth Shepphard, singlewoman

Jonathan Saunders, linenweaver and Thomas Saunders of Tasburgh (Nf.) bound for £50  FC 99/G5/24  27 June 1759

Contents:
To overseers and churchwardens, to indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a male child born to Mary Crispe, widow

William Syrett, bound for £50 to overseers and churchwardens  FC 99/G5/25  20 Oct. 1762

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a female child born to Mary Johnston, singlewoman

John Bray, carrier, Zacharia Fincham, merchant and John Barton, merchant, all from Diss (Nf.), bound to overseers and churchwardens for £50  FC 99/G5/26  10 Dec. 1762

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a child to be born to Lydia Lawn, singlewoman

Bastardy examination of Mary Smith, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/27  7 Nov. 1763

Bastardy examination of Mary Johnson, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/27a  7 Nov. 1763

William Syrett, bound to overseers and churchwardens, for £50  FC 99/G5/28  14 Jan. 1764

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a male child born to Mary Johnston, singlewoman

Jonathan Davy, labourer, and John Dalliston, carpenter, bound to overseers and churchwardens for £50  FC 99/G5/29  18 Aug. 1764

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and the maintenance of a child to be born to Elizabeth Shephard, singlewoman

Thomas Bryant, jun. of Harleston (Nf.), collarmaker, bound to overseers and churchwardens for £50  FC 99/G5/30  26 June 1765

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a female child born to Rebecca Francis, singlewoman

Francis Girling, labourer, and Robert Girling, towcomber, bound to overseers and churchwardens for £40  FC 99/G5/31  4 Jan. 1766

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a child or children to be born to Ann Sadd, singlewoman

Overseers and churchwardens of Leiston, bound to overseers and churchwardens of Weybread, for £50  FC 99/G5/32  24 May 1766

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a child born to Margaret Laughter, of Leiston, now residing in Weybread, singlewoman

John Maltyward Gilly, bound to overseers and churchwardens, for £50  FC 99/G5/33  19 Sept. 1766

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a female child born to Deborah Steagals, singlewoman

Francis Girling, labourer, bound to overseers and churchwardens, for £50  FC 99/G5/34  19 Sep. 1766

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a male child born to Mary Turrell, singlewoman

Edward Harcock, farmer, bound to overseers and churchwardens for £50  FC 99/G5/35  20 Sept. 1766

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and the maintenance of a female child born to Martha Larter, singlewoman

Overseers and churchwardens of Withersdale, bound to overseers and churchwardens of Weybread, for £30  FC 99/G5/36  7 Jan. 1768

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a child to be born to Mary Rackham, singlewoman, residing in Weybread

Bastardy examination of Elizabeth Clark singlewoman  FC 99/G5/37  12 Aug. 1768

Thomas Calver, farmer, bound to overseers and churchwardens, for £50  FC 99/G5/38  16 Sept. 1768

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a male child born to Elizabeth Shephard, singlewoman

Bastardy examination of Mary Corbet, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/39  12 May 1769

John Leman of Parham and John Peters of Hoo labourers, bound to overseers and churchwardens for £50  FC 99/G5/40  16 May 1769

Contents:
To indemnify the parish, from the upkeep and maintenance of a female child born to Mary Gobbett, singlewoman

Thomas Calver, bound to overseers and churchwardens for £50  FC 99/G5/41  17 June 1769

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a child to be born to Ann Tyler, singlewoman

Bastardy examination of Mary Brown, alias Adams, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/42  22 May 1770

Francis Gower of Wortwell (Nf.), Samuel Gower of Weybread, and James Gower of St. Cross, South Elmham, bound to overseers and churchwardens for £60  FC 99/G5/43  12 Mar. 1771

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a child to be born to Mary Barnes, singlewoman

Benjamin Bezant, blacksmith, bound to overseers and churchwardens, for £50  FC 99/G5/44  12 Aug. 1772

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a child to be born to Mary Matthews, singlewoman

Order to maintain a male child born to Martha Calver, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/45  15 Sept. 1774

Overseers and churchwardens of Withersdale bound to overseers and churchwardens of Weybread for £50  FC 99/G5/46  19 Nov. 1774

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and the maintenance of a child to be born to Judith Hudson, of Withersdale, residing in Weybread, singlewoman

William Syrett of Fressingfield, farmer, bound to overseers and churchwardens, for £100  FC 99/G5/47  9 Dec. 1774

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a male child, born to Mary Johnson, singlewoman

Robert Farrington of Birnham Market (Nf.), John Farrington of Pulham (Nf.) James Farrington of Birnham Market (Nf.), Peter Hannah of Harleston (Nf.) and Robert Hannah of Pulham (Nf.), bound to overseers and churchwardens for £100  FC 99/G5/48  6 Mar. 1776

Contents:
To indemnify the parish, from the upbringing and maintenance of a child to be born to Mary Pinson, singlewoman

Order to maintain a female child born to Jemima Savage, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/49  24 Apr. 1783

Order to maintain a female child born to Sarah Wright, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/50  14 Oct. 1784

Order to maintain a female child born to Elizabeth Chatting, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/51  31 Mar. 1785

Order to maintain a male child born to Ann Mayhew, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/52  21 June 1785

Robert Gooch, blacksmith, bound to overseers and churchwardens, for £20  FC 99/G5/53  16 Apr. 1788

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a female child born to Sarah Chambers, singlewoman

Bastardy examination of Sarah Garrod, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/54  8 Dec. 1790

Thomas Frost of Wherstead, yeoman, and Samuel Frost of the same place, yeoman, bound to overseers and churchwardens for £40  FC 99/G5/55  13 Jul. 1791

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a female child born to Sarah Cook, singlewoman

Order to maintain a male child born to Mary Gooch singlewoman  FC 99/G5/56  26 June 1793

Order to maintain a male child born to Diana Harris, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/57  6 Jul. 1796

Order to maintain a female child born to Letitia Marjoram, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/58  6 Jul. 1796

Order to maintain a male child born to Mary Reeve, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/59  19 Apr. 1797

Order to maintain a female child born to Mary Gooch, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/60  10 Oct. 1798

Order to maintain a male child born to Elizabeth Seaman, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/61  26 Sept. 1800

Order to maintain a male child born to Hannah Sheppard, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/62  8 Jul. 1801

Memorandum of the parish meeting to take an indemnifying bond of Mr. John Last, for 14 years  FC 99/G5/63  21 Dec. 1801

Contents:
For the maintenance of a female child born to Elizabeth Shilling, singlewoman

John Last of Aldeby (Nf.), bound to overseers and churchwardens for £50  FC 99/G5/64  22 Dec. 1801

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upbringing and maintenance of a female child born to Elizabeth Shilling, singlewoman

Order to maintain a male child born to Mary Balls, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/65  6 Jan. 1802

Order to maintain a male child born to Mary Gooch singlewoman  FC 99/G5/66  5 Jul. 1803

Order to maintain a female child born to Martha Alexander singlewoman  FC 99/G5/67  3 Apr. 1804

Order to maintain a female child born to Mary Capon, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/68  9 July 1806

Order to maintain a male child born to Mary Gooch, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/69  14 Mar. 1808

Order to maintain a female child born to Martha Alexander, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/70  25 Apr. 1810

Order to maintain a male child born to Susan Pulfer, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/71  5 Sep. 1810

Order to maintain a female child born to Mary Hinds, singlewoman  FC 99/G5/72  15 June 1814

Settlement Certificates  FC 99/G6  [n.d.]

John Bucknam, butcher, wife Mary and their children of Fressingfield  FC 99/G6/1  14 Nov. 1694

Thomas Breeze, worsted weaver, wife Anne, d/o William Taylor of Weybread, husbandman, and their children, of Homersfield  FC 99/G6/2  10 Sept. 1695

Robert Woolnough, wife Elizabeth and their child of St. Simon & Inde, Norwich (Nf.)  FC 99/G6/3  11 Aug. 1705

Thomas Breeze and wife, and their legitimate children of Homersfield  FC 99/G6/4  21 Sept. 1705

Noah Artis, wife Mary, and their children of Mendham  FC 99/G6/5  15 Jul. 1714

John Lummis, wife Ann, and Elizabeth their daughter, of Oatley  FC 99/G6/6  6 Apr. 1715

John Botwright and wife Elizabeth of Syleham  FC 99/G6/7  1 Jan. 1716/7

Judith Hall of Walpole  FC 99/G6/8  24 Sep. 1722

Thomas Gowan, of Eyke  FC 99/G6/9  31 Jan. 1723

Mary Batley, singlewoman, of Stratton St. Mary (Nf.)  FC 99/G6/10  15 Apr. 1726

Richard Smyth, and wife Ann, of Withersdale  FC 99/G6/11  25 Apr. 1726

Samuel Moore, and his family, of Laxfield  FC 99/G6/12  28 Dec. 1726

Richard Thompson, wife Margaret, and Elizabeth and Richard, their children, of Stratton St. Mary (Nf.)  FC 99/G6/13  9 Jan. 1728

Nathanial London and wife Elizabeth of Diss (Nf.)  FC 99/G6/14  10 Sept. 1730

Samuel Clayton, and wife Mary, of Worlingworth  FC 99/G6/15  21 Nov. 1730

Robert Chapman, and wife Margaret, of Syleham  FC 99/G6/16  6 Apr. 1731

John Glover, and wife Susan, of Alburgh (Nf.)  FC 99/G6/17  23 Aug. 1731

John Hinds, wife Sarah, and John their son, of Brockdish (Nf.)  FC 99/G6/18  29 Sept. 1733

Robert Watson, wife Elizabeth, and their children Robert, Richard and Sarah of Metfield  FC 99/G6/19  17 Sept. 1734

John Copper, wife Mary and John, their son of Harleston (Nf.)  FC 99/G6/20  2 Jul. 1735

Thomas Batho, wife Hannah and Thomas their son, of Wingfield  FC 99/G6/21  5 Jul. 1735

William Moore, wife Elizabeth and their children of Mendham  FC 99/G6/22  12 May 1739

John Watling, wife Ann, son John and all such legitimate children, of Fressingfield  FC 99/G6/23  28 Dec. 1744

William Edward, wife Mary, and their children of Needham (Nf.)  FC 99/G6/24  17 Apr. 1745

Robert Wyrr, and his wife and children, of Bungay St. Mary  FC 99/G6/25  9 May 1745

Thomas Mayer, and wife and family, of Fressingfield  FC 99/G6/26  9 May 1745

Robert Keeble, wife Deborah and family, of Bedfield  FC 99/G6/27  9 Nov. 1745

Nathan Chambers, wife Ann and their children, of Framlingham  FC 99/G6/28  15 Jan. 1746

John Burleigh, and wife Lydia and their legitimate children, of Stradbroke  FC 99/G6/29  5 Mar. 1746

Thomas Kett, wife Mary and their children Mary and Thomas, of Ditchingham (Nf.)  FC 99/G6/30  2 May 1746

Robert Whiting and wife Mary of Fressingfield  FC 99/G6/31  3 Feb. 1747

John Andrews, wife Martha & children, of Mendham  FC 99/G6/32  3 Mar. 1746/7

James Morley and his wife of Weybread  FC 99/G6/32a  23 Apr. 1747

Samuel Hambling, wife Rebecca and their children William, Mary, Rebecca & Samuel, of Fressingfield  FC 99/G6/33  1 Apr. 1748

Thomas Matthews and wife Ann of Syleham  FC 99/G6/34  16 May 1748

Mary Catchpole, widow, and her children Mary, Ann, Elizabeth, Thomas and John, residing in Wymondham (Nf.) of Weybread  FC 99/G6/34a  19 May 1748

Samuel Goodwin, and wife Sarah, and Samuel, their child, of Needham (Nf.)  FC 99/G6/35  4 Apr. 1749

William Wind, and wife Mary, of Fressingfield  FC 99/G6/36  28 Dec. 1749

Thomas Warn, and wife Mary, of Syleham  FC 99/G6/37  28 Dec. 1749

John Baxter, wife Sarah, and John, their son, of Fressingfield  FC 99/G6/38  14 May 1751

Thomas Cupper, wheelwright, of Redenhall with Harleston (Nf.)  FC 99/G6/39  11 Sept. 1751

Examination of Daniel Morley, concerning the last place of his legal settlement  FC 99/G6/40  11 July 1753

William George and wife Mary of Weybridge (Nf.)  FC 99/G6/41  16 Oct. 1753

William Borrett of Fressingfield  FC 99/G6/42  22 Oct. 1753

Elizabeth Borrett, widow, and her son Thomas, of Hoxne  FC 99/G6/43  22 Oct. 1753

Certificate of discharge of Elizabeth Stoulger from her service, with William Fisk of Starston (Nf.)  FC 99/G6/44  26 Jan. 1756

Thomas Chatten, and wife Elizabeth, and their children John and Martha, of Fressingfield  FC 99/G6/45  19 Oct. 1758

Robert Kent, wife Susan, and their children Henry, John, James, Samuel and Charity of St. Cross, South Elmham  FC 99/G6/46  27 July 1759

Examination of Thomas Britiffe concerning the last place of his legal settlement  FC 99/G6/47  2 Feb. 1761

John Bearaway, of Woodton (Nf.)  FC 99/G6/48  4 July 1762

Examination of Samuel Vincent  FC 99/G6/49  19 May 1763

Contents:
Concerning the last place of his legal settlement also attached the marriage certificate of Samuel Vincent and Mary Wright, 20 May 1760

Mary Andrews of Wilby  FC 99/G6/50  24 Oct. 1763

Examination of Mary Larter, concerning the last place of her legal settlement  FC 99/G6/51  20 Aug. 1764

Letter from Churchwardens and Overseers of Leiston to Mr. James, Overseer of Weybread  FC 99/G6/52  24 Aug. 1764

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from any expenses on Margaret Larter, of Leiston, for her stay in Weybread til she gets married

Samuel Wright and wife Tabitha of Fressingfield  FC 99/G6/53  17 Dec. 1764

Examination of Elizabeth Alden, concerning the last place of her legal settlement  FC 99/G6/54  9 Apr. 1765

Simon Church, wife Judith, daughter Mary and her daughter Mary, of Fressingfield  FC 99/G6/55  6 May 1765

Ruth Winch, widow, and her children Richard and Elizabeth, of Wingfield  FC 99/G6/56  25 Nov. 1765

Letter from overseers and churchwardens of Leiston to indemnify the parish from the child of Margaret Chisnell  FC 99/G6/57  12 Dec. 1765

Contents:
"You say she threaten to leave the child with you. Let her do it (if she be so much a brute) and do you send it to us, by some safe hand, and we will receive it and take care of it, till our house is filled."

Samuel Adams of Mendham  FC 99/G6/58  16 Dec. 1765

John Goldspink, wife Elizabeth, and their lawful children of Mendham (Nf.)  FC 99/G6/59  12 Mar. 1766

Examination of Mary Hambling, singlewoman, concerning the place of her last legal settlement  FC 99/G6/60  8 May 1766

John Penn, wife, Sarah, and their children Mary and Samuel, of Metfield  FC 99/G6/60a  24 Jan. 1767

William Hill, wife Jane, and their child Elizabeth of Topcroft (Nf.)  FC 99/G6/61  28 Mar. 1768

Examination of John White, labourer, concerning the last place of his legal settlement  FC 99/G6/62  9 Nov. 1768

Examination of William Lowe, concerning the last place of his legal settlement  FC 99/G6/63  29 Dec. 1768

Samuel Wright, wife Tabitha, and their son John, of Fressingfield  FC 99/G6/64  16 Jan. 1769

Samuel Gower, and wife Sarah, of Pulham St. Mary (Nf.)  FC 99/G6/65  17 June 1769

John Brown Taylor, age 59 years, wife Unice, age 36 years, of Mendham (Nf.)  FC 99/G6/66  5 Apr. 1771

As FC 99/G6/66  FC 99/G6/67  nd c 1771

Nicholas Hudson, husbandman, wife Rebecca and their daughter Elizabeth, of Scole (Nf.)  FC 99/G6/68  18 Nov. 1773

Examination of John Smith, labourer, concerning the place of his last legal settlement  FC 99/G6/69  26 Feb. 1776

James Moore, wife Sarah, Mary, Abraham and Sarah their children, of Fressingfield  FC 99/G6/70  2 Feb. 1777

Robert Evans, wife Elizabeth, and their children Robert, Susannah and Richard, of Fressingfield  FC 99/G6/71  8 Feb. 1777

James Catlyn, wife Martha, and their children Martha and Elizabeth of Fressingfield  FC 99/G6/72  10 Feb. 1777

James Eade, husbandman, wife Louis, and their children Thomas, James, John and Susan, of Fressingfield  FC 99/G6/73  10 Feb. 1777

Edmund Mullinger, wife Alice, and their infant daughters Elizabeth and Lydia, of Fressingfield  FC 99/G6/74  11 Apr. 1778

Henry Dalliston, wife Martha, and son Henry of Metfield  FC 99/G6/75  30 Mar. 1780

John Reeve, miller, age 31 years, wife Mary age 30 yrs, and their children John age 4 yrs and James age 6 mths, of Broome (Nf.)  FC 99/G6/76  26 June 1780

Mary Chandler, widow, of Withersdale  FC 99/G6/77  18 Apr. 1781

Examination of John Smith of Redenhall with Harleston, (Nf.), concerning the place of his last legal settlement  FC 99/G6/78  2 June 1781

Edmund Banyard and wife Unias, of Hinderclay  FC 99/G6/79  4 Jan. 1782

Examination of Amy Hall, concerning the place of her last legal settlement  FC 99/G6/80  5 Nov. 1782

Examination of John Smith concerning the place of his last legal settlement  FC 99/G6/81  27 Jan. 1783

James Pritty and wife Elizabeth, of Starston (Nf.)  FC 99/G6/82  27 Apr. 1784

Examination of John Seaman, concerning the place of his last legal settlement  FC 99/G6/83  17 Jan. 1785

Examination of William Gardener, concerning the place of his last legal settlement  FC 99/G6/84  7 Mar. 1785

Examination of James Hanmer, labourer, concerning the place of his last legal settlement  FC 99/G6/85  14 Feb. 1786

Robert Gooch, labourer, of Rushall (Nf.)  FC 99/G6/86  15 Oct. 1789

Edward Jefferies, hempdresser, age 24 yrs, wife Susan, age 24 yrs, and their children, Edward, age 4 yrs; Josiah, age 3 yrs; William, age 2 yrs, and Susan, an infant, of Homersfield  FC 99/G6/87  6 Oct. 1790

Examination of Sarah Cook, singlewoman, concerning the place of her last legal settlement  FC 99/G6/88  8 Mar. 1791

Examination of William Dunn, of Mendham, concerning the place of his last legal settlement  FC 99/G6/89  11 May 1791

Examination of Edward Moore concerning the place of his last legal settlement  FC 99/G6/90  15 Oct. 1794

Examination of James Butcher, labourer, concerning the place of his last legal settlement  FC 99/G6/91  16 Apr. 1800

Examination of William Paddle, labourer, concerning the place of his last legal settlement  FC 99/G6/92  14 Oct. 1807

Examination of James Preston, concerning the place of his last legal settlement  FC 99/G6/93  17 Feb. 1812

Examination of Henry Knights, of Bungay St. Mary, concerning the place of his last legal settlement  FC 99/G6/94  28 Dec. 1815

Examination of James Whiting, concerning the place of his last legal settlement  FC 99/G6/95  3 Apr. 1816

Examination of Elizabeth w/o William Smith, late Elizabeth Harper, widow  FC 99/G6/96  8 Oct. 1817

Contents:
Concerning the last place of the legal settlement of her bastard children, John, James and Benjamin Harper

Examination of Thomas Smith, concerning the place of his last legal settlement  FC 99/G6/97  ? Dec. 1817

Examination of James Knotts, residing in Hoxne, concerning the place of his last legal settlement  FC 99/G6/98  15 Oct. 1822

Examination of Henry Whiting, concerning the place of his last legal settlement  FC 99/G6/99  8 Oct. 1832

Removal Orders  FC 99/G7  [n.d.]

Thomas Braborne, wife Mary, and their child, from St. Michael-at-Thorne, Norwich (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/1  16 May 1602

Elizabeth Tyler, singlewoman, from Weybread to Wingfield  FC 99/G7/2  18 Aug. 1714

Mary Battley, from Weybread to Stratton (Nf.)  FC 99/G7/3  1 Aug. 1716

Robert Petto, and wife Ann, from Weybread to Tacolnestone (Nf.)  FC 99/G7/4  16 Dec. 1719

Ann Alding, and her two children, Ann and Elizabeth, from Weybread to Fressingfield  FC 99/G7/5  19 May 1720

Grace Gowing, singlewoman, from Heveningham to Weybread  FC 99/G7/6  14 May 1723

Thomas Gowen, from Weybread to Eyke  FC 99/G7/7  30 Dec. 1723

Elizabeth Jacob, from Weybread to Fressingfield  FC 99/G7/8  24 Oct. 1729

Hezekiah Barns, and wife Ann, from Weybread to Pulham (Nf.)  FC 99/G7/9  3 Jan. 1730

John Jefferie and wife Elizabeth, from Starston (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/10  14 Apr. 1730

John Glover, wife Susan, and Susan their daughter, from Weybread to Alburgh (Nf.)  FC 99/G7/11  16 Nov. 1730

John Hines, and wife Sarah, from Weybread to Brockdish (Nf.)  FC 99/G7/12  12 Apr. 1732

Joseph Butler, and wife Susan, from Weybread to Ditchingham (Nf.)  FC 99/G7/13  21 Nov. 1732

James Balls, a male bastard child, from Weybread to Lammas (Nf.)  FC 99/G7/14  18 Jan. 1738

Robert Page, wife Martha, and their children, Ann and Robert Fulcher, from Brockdish (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/15  12 Feb. 1744

Assy Halls, wife Elizabeth, from Oakley to Weybread  FC 99/G7/16  23 Mar.1744/5

Robert Keeble, wife Deborah, and their child Elizabeth, from Weybread to Bedfield  FC 99/G7/17  10 June 1745

Ezekiel Smith, and wife Sarah, from Weybread to Bramfield  FC 99/G7/18  13 June 1745

Mary Knights, singlewoman, from Redenhall with Harleston (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/19  21 Sep. 1745

Mary Bungay, singlewoman, from Weybread to Earsham (Nf.)  FC 99/G7/20  25 Jan. 1745/6

Mary Bronwen, singlewoman, from Weybread to Ilketshall St. Lawrence  FC 99/G7/21  3 Feb. 1746

Thomas Mayer, from Weybread to Fressingfield  FC 99/G7/22  11 Jul. 1746

John Andrews, and wife Martha, from Weybread to Mendham  FC 99/G7/23  31 Jan. 1746/7

Mary Bronwin, singlewoman, from Weybread to St. Lawrence, Ilketshall  FC 99/G7/24  3 Feb. 1746/7

Mary Thrower, singlewoman, from Weybread to Dickleburgh (Nf.)  FC 99/G7/25  5 Feb.1746/7

Hannah Baker, from Starston (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/26  20 Feb. 1747

John Wilby, and wife Sarah, from Halesworth to Weybread  FC 99/G7/27  10 Feb. 1749

Thomas Borrett, and wife Sarah, from Freethorpe (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/28  10 Sep. 1750

Rose Chamberlain, singlewoman, from Redenhall with Harleston (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/29  24 Apr. 1751

Thomas Cupper, from Weybread to Harleston with Redenhall. (Nf.)  FC 99/G7/30  10 Sep. 1751

Thomas Chatten, and wife Elizabeth, from Weybread to Fressingfield  FC 99/G7/31  12 Dec. 1751

James Clark, wife Judith, and Judith, Mary, James, William, Samuel and Elizabeth, their children, from Redenhall with Harleston (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/32  4 Mar. 1752

Stephen Cock, labourer, wife Elizabeth, and their children, Stephen, John Robert, Lewis from Rackheath (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/33  30 May 1752

Mary Shilling, from Weybread to Mettingham  FC 99/G7/34  5 Jan. 1754

Mary Anne, Elizabeth, Thomas and John Catchpole, children of Mary Catchpole, widow, deceased, from Wymondham (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/35  22 Oct. 1754

Robert Adams, from St. Martin by the Palace, Norwich (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/36  21 Nov. 1755

Elizabeth Batley, singlewoman, from Diss (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/37  17 Dec. 1755

Elizabeth Stroulger, singlewoman, from Starston (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/38  27 Jan. 1756

Mary Browne, from Metfield to Weybread  FC 99/G7/39  13 Mar. 1756

Edmund Willis, and wife Sarah, and their child Sarah, from Weybread to Norborough  FC 99/G7/40  2 Oct. 1759

Thomas Britiffe, and wife Elizabeth, from Weybread to Stoke St. Mary, Ipswich  FC 99/G7/41  2 Feb. 1761

Lydia Lord, singlewoman, from Diss (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/42  14 Oct. 1762

Mary Todd, singlewoman, from Aldburgh (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/43  5 Jan. 1763

George Points, labourer, wife Mary and their daughter Hannah, from Ditchingham (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/44  18 June 1763

Margaret Larter, singlewoman, from Weybread to Leiston  FC 99/G7/45  20 Aug. 1764

Judith Clark, singlewoman, from Weybread to Fressingfield  FC 99/G7/46  16 Feb. 1765

Elizabeth Blandel, singlewoman, from Weybread to Stradbroke  FC 99/G7/47  16 Feb. 1765

Elizabeth Alden, singlewoman, from Weybread to Stradbroke  FC 99/G7/48  9 Apr. 1765

Margaret, the baseborn child of Margaret Chisleham, age 9 mths, from Stoke Ash to Weybread  FC 99/G7/49  16 July 1765

Mary Hambling, singlewoman from Weybread to Fressingfield  FC 99/G7/50  8 May 1766

Mary Hambling, singlewoman from Weybread to Fressingfield  FC 99/G7/51  8 May 1766

James Margery, labourer, wife Elizabeth, and their children Elizabeth and Mary, from Wingfield to Weybread  FC 99/G7/52  13 May 1766

Sarah, wife of Thomas Borrett, from St. Stephen, Norwich (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/53  2 Nov. 1768

John White, labourer, from Weybread to Bungay St. Mary  FC 99/G7/54  9 Nov. 1768

James Wright and wife Sarah, from Earsham (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/55  20 Mar. 1769

William Butcher, and wife Martha, from Weybread to Leiston  FC 99/G7/56  12 May 1769

John Leman, and wife Mary, from Weybread to Parham  FC 99/G7/57  17 May 1769

Mary Edmunds, singlewoman, from GELDESTON to Weybread  FC 99/G7/58  30 Oct. 1769

Ralph Marsh alias Marshall, late of Westleton, miller and wife Mary, from Westleton to Weybread  FC 99/G7/59  30 Nov. 1769

Robert Marjoram, labourer, wife Catharine, from Metfield to Weybread  FC 99/G7/60  26 Jan. 1770

John Edwards, from Weybread to Bramfield  FC 99/G7/61  23 May 1770

William Shilling, and wife Elizabeth, from Cratfield to Weybread  FC 99/G7/62  27 May 1771

Ann Rayner, singlewoman, from Chelmsford (Ess.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/63  9 Nov. 1772

Sarah w/o James Bright, and her son James, from Earsham (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/64  1 June 1773

James Ball, and wife Honor, from Thelveton (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/65  11 Feb. 1778

Jemima Savage, singlewoman, from Syleham to Weybread  FC 99/G7/66  18 Sep. 1782

Elizabeth Chandler, a child between 4 and 5 yrs of age, from Rushall (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/67  22 May 1783

John Seaman, and wife Vinea, from Weybread to Oakley  FC 99/G7/68  17 Jan. 1785

John Seaman, and wife Vinea, from Weybread to Oakley  FC 99/G7/69  17 Jan. 1785

James Hanmer and wife Eleanor, from Weybread to Gorleston  FC 99/G7/70  14 Feb. 1786

Edmund Moore and wife Amy, from Bedingfield to Weybread  FC 99/G7/71  13 Dec. 1787

Mary the w/o Ralph Marshall, and her child Rhoda, age 12 mths, from Lt. Glemham to Weybread  FC 99/G7/72  17 Dec. 1788

William Welton, wife Elizabeth, and their children, Elizabeth, Lydia, Martha and William, from Weybread to Brock dish (Nf.)  FC 99/G7/73  13 Oct. 1789

Joseph WHITHAM, Labourer, wife Bridget, and their children Ann and James, from Alburgh (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/74  8 Feb. 1790

Joseph Ablett, from Horham to Weybread  FC 99/G7/75  22 Feb. 1790

Elizabeth Freston, singlewoman, from Redenhall with Harleston (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/76  17 Feb. 1791

Mary Freston, singlewoman, from Rodenhall with Harleston (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/77  17 Feb. 1791

James Balls, labourer, from Scole (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/78  9 Mar. 1792

Mary Gooch, singlewoman, from Brockdish (Nf.) to Weybread  FC 99/G7/79  14 Mar. 1793

Mary Dawson, singlewoman, from Fressingfield to Weybread  FC 99/G7/79a  26 June 1793

William Brown, labourer, from Westhall to Weybread  FC 99/G7/80  18 Dec. 1793

John Hawkes, wife Elizabeth, and their children, William and Sarah, to Saxlingham (Nf.) from Weybread  FC 99/G7/81  8 Jan. 1800

Elizabeth w/o Thomas Harper, and her daughter Sarah, age 7 yrs, from Weybread to Wortwell (Nf.)  FC 99/G7/82  17 Sep. 1800

James Row, from Stradbroke to Weybread  FC 99/G7/83  2 Dec. 1800

Susan Manning, singlewoman, from Weybread to Brundish  FC 99/G7/84  10 Sep. 1806

Jemima Harper, from Weybread to Bedingham (Nf.)  FC 99/G7/85  9 May 1808

[no title]  FC 99/G7/86  25 Apr. 1810

Contents:
George Drewmilk, wife Elizabeth, and their children, Lydia age 4 yrs; Maria age 3 yrs; [Martha, age 2 yrs, and William, age 12 mths, from Weybread to Brockdish (Nf.)

[no title]  FC 99/G7/87  11 July 1810

Contents:
Robina Harper, wife of Robert Harper, and her children, Mary, age 6 yrs, and Elizabeth age 4 yrs, from Melcomb Regis (Do) to Weybread

Charlotte Squires, widow, from Denham to Weybread  FC 99/G7/88  13 Apr. 1814

William Luck, miller, wife Susan and daughter Margaret, from Weybread to Hoxne  FC 99/G7/89  15 June 1814

Henry Knights, and daughter Eliza, from Bungay Holy Trinity, to Weybread  FC 99/G7/90  28 Dec. 1815

Elijah Aldrich, wife Thedona, and their infant children, Letitia and James, from Weybread to Wetheringsett with Brockford  FC 99/G7/91  15 Jan. 1816

William Culham, labourer, from Weybread to Westhall  FC 99/G7/92  30 Sep. 1816

James Davy, from Weybread to Redenhall with Harleston (Nf.)  FC 99/G7/93  20 Jan. 1817

Frederick Smith, tailor, from Weybread to Wenhaston  FC 99/G7/94  28 Apr. 1817

Richard Easta, miller, from Weybread to Syleham  FC 99/G7/95  28 Apr. 1817

Elizabeth Tydeman, widow, age 64 yrs, from Weybread to Walsham-le-Willows  FC 99/G7/96  1 Dec. 1817

[no title]  FC 99/G7/97  10 Nov. 1818

Contents:
Robert Harper, wife Rubinah, and their daughters, Mary, age 15 yrs, and Betsey, age 13 yrs, from Dovercourt, Borough of Harwich (Ess.) to Weybread

[no title]  FC 99/G7/98  30 Dec. 1818

Contents:
Samuel Luck, age 29 yrs, wife Elizabeth, and their children, Elizabeth age 7 yrs; Mary age 5 yrs; James age 3 yrs; and William age 1 yr, from Weybread to Hoxne

Thomas Coburn, singleman, from Sulcootes, in the county of East Riding, Yorkshire, to Weybread  FC 99/G7/99  21 Feb. 1821

Contents:
(Also attached settlement examination of Thomas Coburn, and constables receipts for delivering the vagrant from one parish to another)

Mary Preston, singlewoman, from Laxenheath to Weybread  FC 99/G7/100  17 Jul 1829

Agreements  FC 99/G8  [n.d.]

Agreement  FC 99/G8/1  1 Jan. 1794

Contents:
1. Churchwardens and overseers of Wortwell (Nf.)
2. Churchwardens and overseers of Weybread
(1) agreed with (2) to support Elizabeth Steed, singlewoman, a pauper, being doubtful whether she belongs to the parish of Wortwell or Weybread

Apprenticeship indentures  FC 99/G9  [n.d.]

Anne Kent, a poor child, d/o Edward Kent, apprenticed to John Fenn of Redenhall with Harleston (Nf.) yeoman  FC 99/G9/1  21 Apr. 1699

Jonathan Saunders, weaver, bound to overseers and churchwardens for £50  FC 99/G9/2  2 June 1738

Contents:
To fulfil his part of the apprenticeship indenture, for training William Roberts, a poor child, in the art of weaving

Martha Rose, a poor child, apprenticed to William Drane, to learn the art of housewifry  FC 99/G9/3  28 July 1752

Agreement between Samuel Chilvers & the churchwardens  FC 99/G9/4  n.d

Contents:
For 18d & 1/2 a stone of flour to the said Samuel for a year & a half to reach Mary Ann Nunn the art of glove making

Bonds  FC 99/G10  [n.d.]

Thomas Gobbett of Wortwell (Nf.) bound to, overseers and churchwardens for for £20  FC 99/G10/1  2 Mar. 1675

Contents:
To pay week 12d, for the maintenance of Dinah Sevett, a widow, a poor inhabitant of the parish of Weybread, the mother of Dinah, the wife of Thomas Gobbett

Robert Sawter, of Stradbroke, bound to overseers, and churchwardens, for £40  FC 99/G10/2  10 Jan. 1698

Contents:
To indemnify the parish from the upkeeping and maintenance of Honor, daughter of Charles Smith, until she attains the age of 21

Martin Cobbold of Rattlesden and John Elmer, bound to overseers and churchwardens, for £50  FC 99/G10/3  18 Jan. 1713

Contents:
For the upbringing and maintenance of John Cobbold, son of Martin Cobbold

James Ball, yeoman, and Samuel Balls of Scole (nf.) yeoman, bound for £50, to overseers and churchwardens  FC 99/G10/4  14 Dec. 1778

Contents:
To indemnify the parish, from the maintenance of Honor Ball and Mary Ball, the wife and daughter of James Ball, in case of desertion by him

Voters lists  FC 99/G11  [n.d.]

Copy of an Act to legalise certain lists of voters and of claims and objections  FC 99/G11/1  20 Aug. 1836

Printed copy of instructions (Paper A) to overseers re the compilation of voters list  FC 99/G11/2  1836

2 items

Paper containing clauses in the Reform Act re compilation of voters lists by overseers  FC 99/G11/3  n.d. (1836?)

List of persons entitled to vote in the election of Knight or Knights for the Eastern Division  FC 99/G11/4  31 July 1839

Jury lists  FC 99/12  [n.d.]

Weybread jury list  FC 99/12/1  1846

Precept and blank form, for returning lists of jurors  FC 99/12/2  17 July 1848

Inventory  FC 99/G13  [n.d.]

Parish house accounts and inventory  FC 99/G13/1  June 1825

Inventory of items in the church chest  FC 99/G13/2  1834

Inventory of Mr Ward's Fixtures in the Parish house  FC 99/G13/3  19th century

Coal accounts  FC 99/G14  [n.d.]

Coal account book  FC 99/G14/1  1819-1832

Miscellaneous  FC 99/G15  [n.d.]

Exemplification for completing boons and forms under poor have Commissioners  FC 99/G15/1  17 March 1847

HIGHWAY SURVEYORS  FC 99/H  [n.d.]

Accounts  FC 99/H1  [n.d.]

Highway surveyors' account with overseers for the repair of highways  FC 99/H1/1  1828-1843

Highway surveyors account book  FC 99/H1/2  1837-1838

Highway surveyors account book  FC 99/H1/3  1838-1859

Highway surveyors account book  FC 99/H1/4  1839-1842

Highway surveyors account book  FC 99/H1/5  1846-1849

Highway surveyors account book  FC 99/H1/6  1849-1852

Highway surveyors account book  FC 99/H1/7  1852-1856

Bills and Vouchers  FC 99/H2  [n.d.]

Highway surveyors bills and vouchers  FC 99/H2/1  1857-1858

Notices  FC 99/H3  [n.d.]

Highway surveyors notice for the collection of highway rates  FC 99/H3/1  9 May 1866

CONSTABLES  FC 99/I  [n.d.]

Orders  FC 99/I1  [n.d.]

Order to apprehend William Appleby, the reputed father of a child born to Mary Smith, singlewoman  FC 99/I1/1  12 Dec. 1751

Order to apprehend Thomas Britiffe, late of Weybread, the father of a child to be born to Elizabeth Hambling, singlewoman  FC 99/I1/2  12 Jan. 1761

Order to apprehend John Bray (Jr.) of Diss (Nf.), the father of a child to be born to Lydia Lord, singlewoman  FC 99/I1/3  20 Oct. 1762

Order to apprehend Robert King, the reputed father of a child to be born to Martha Botwright, singlewoman  FC 99/I1/4  4 Jan. 1763

Order to apprehend Samuel Vincent of Wingfield, the father of a child to be born to Mary Wright, singlewoman  FC 99/I1/5  18 May 1763

Order to apprehend Susannah Howard, singlewoman, for her examination concerning the place of her last legal settlement  FC 99/I1/6  25 Nov. 1765

Order to apprehend John Leman, the reputed father of a child to be born to Mary Gobbett, singlewoman  FC 99/I1/7  5 Feb. 1768

Order to apprehend John Leman, the reputed father of a female child born to Mary Corbet, singlewoman  FC 99/I1/8  12 May 1769

Order to apprehend Thomas Calver, the father of a base child to be born to Ann Tyler, singlewoman  FC 99/I1/9  15 June 1769

Order to apprehend Thomas Adams, the reputed father of a child to be born to Elizabeth Bungay, singlewoman  FC 99/I1/10  4 Apr. 1770

Order to apprehend John Edams, the reputed father of a child to be born to Mary Brown, alias Adams, singlewoman  FC 99/I1/11  22 May 1770

Appointments  FC 99/I2  [n.d.]

Petty session notification of the appointment of Jonathan Smith & ?Zimri Feaveryear as constables (2)  FC 99/I2/1  1856

CHARITIES  FC 99/L  [n.d.]

General  FC 99/L1  [n.d.]

Notice to churchwardens to produce all papers  FC 99/L1/1  10 Oct. 1828

Contents:
Re the parish charities for examination to the Charity Commissioners

Bill for £1.0s.1d. from Messrs. Carthew & Co. solicitors, to churchwardens and overseers  FC 99/L1/2  28 Oct. 1848

Contents:
Concerning the compilation of papers relating to the liability of Henry Diane, to pay £1.5s.0d. a year, out of his Weybread estate, for the benefit of poor

Town house  FC 99/L2  [n.d.]

Town house, fire insurance policy, taken with the Royal Exchange Assurance  FC 99/L2/1  20 Oct. 1786

Town house, fire insurance policy, taken with the Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society  FC 99/L2/2  25 Mar. 1822

Town lands  FC 99/L3  [n.d.]

Feoffment  FC 99/L3/1  5 July 1759

Contents:
1. Herbert Astley, gent.
Edward Astley, gent.
John Meen
Surviving feoffees of Weybread Town lands
2. Cooke Freston of Mendham
Charlton Wollaston of Bury
John Lucas of Inner Temple, London
Philips Colman, of Ipswich
William Smyth of Topcroft (Nf.)
William Kent of Mendham
Daniel Sayer of Harleston (Nf.) and his son Robert Sayer
John Tuthill of Starston (Nf.)
Isaac Blowers of Beccles, and his son Isaac Blowers
William Ray of Worlingworth, and his son William Ray
Nicholas Algar all from Weybread
Jacob Stanton & his sons Jacob & Robert all from Weybread
Edward Hancock all from Weybread
Giles Hancock all from Weybread
Robert Goodwin all from Weybread
Benjamin Bezant all from Weybread
(1) to (2) in feoffment and trust, two pieces of land (8a), known as Toppyes, in Mendham, for the benefit of the poor of Weybread

Lease  FC 99/L3/2  26 Feb. 1792

Contents:
1. Trustees and feoffees of Weybread Town lands
2. William Sharman of Metfield
(1) Agreed to let to (2), a piece of land in Mendham belonging to the parish of Weybread for 7 years at £7 p.a.

Feoffment  FC 99/L3/3  21 December 1791

Contents:
1. William Rant esq.
Isaac Blowers gent.
Jacob Stanton farmer and miller
[...] Surviving feoffees and trustees of Weybread
2. Benjamin Cotton gent. of Weybread.
Benjamin Cotton
Richard Cotton
Richard Ayton Lee esq of Inglesthorpe
George Lee gent. of City of London
James French gent of Haleston
Thomas Whitaker clerk of Mendham
William Rant
Edward Rant
Richard Stanton
Jacob Stanton
(1) to (2) in feoffment and trust, two pieces of land (8a.), known as Toppyes, in Mendham, (boundaries further described) for the benefit of the poor of Weybread.

Feoffment  FC 99/L3/4  1 May 1819

Contents:
1. Benjamin Cotton, brewer, of Cambridge Richard Cotton, wine merchant, of City of London. George Lee, esq, of Dickleburgh, Norfolk. Rev Thomas Whitaker, clerk, of Mendham William Rant, farmer, of Fressingfield Edward Rant, farmer, of Mendham Robert Stanton, Linen draper, of Ipswich Jacob Stanton, Miller, of Bramfield surviving feoffees and Trustees of Weybread Town Land.
2. John Shepherd, carpenter of Weybread.
3. Thomas Whitaker, clerk
Thomas Wright Whitaker, gent.
John Cotton, gent, of Weybread
Frederick Cotton, gent.
William Sharman, gent, of Southwold
George Parker, gent, of Weybread
John Booty the younger, farmer, of Weybread
George Porter the younger, farmer, of Weybread
Thomas Cuthbert Brown, farmer, of Weybread
Henry Drane the younger, miller, of Weybread
4. Henry Fox, gent, of Redenhall with Harleston, Norfolk John Hill, yeoman, of Mendham
(1) to (2) in feoffment and trust, two pieces of land (8a), known as Toppyes, in Mendham (boundaries further described) for the benefit of the poor of Weybread.

SCHOOLS  FC 99/M  [n.d.]

Weybread National School  FC 99/M1  [n.d.]

Copy conveyance  FC 99/M1/1  10 Aug. 1843

Contents:
1. Jennings Booty, gent.
2. Rev. John Edge Daniel
John Clark
Robert Bacon
William Spurling
William Lord Basford Frever
John Sims
In consideration of £10 (1) to (2) a piece of land in Weybread, in trust, as a site for the national school, for the education of poor children

Bill for £3.3s, from Messrs. Hazard and Pratt, solicitors, Harleston (Nf.), to the Rev. H. T. Oriel  FC 99/M1/2  14 Mar. 1893

Contents:
For preparing copy conveyance of Weybread National School and also acknowledging that they hold original deeds for the school and of Weybread Town lands in Mendham

Specification of works proposed to be done and materials to be used in making an addition to the infants room at the school  FC 99/M1/3  April 1894

Contents:
(Also attached agreement between, John Pollard, builder, and School Managers, for enlarging the infants room for £106.12s.)

Memorandum of agreement re the appointment of Jessie Mary Nicholls, as Assistant Schoolmistress  FC 99/M1/4  31 July 1912

Specification of work to be done and materials to be used in carrying out alterations and additions, new offices and improvements to the lighting of the school  FC 99/M1/5  July 1913

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