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Suffolk Record Office: Ipswich Branch: 1994 Accessions

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  • Notebooks of Charles Broke (afterwards Sir Charles Broke Vere) while at High Wycombe Military College, 1799, c1803 (HA 93)
  • Ipswich, Foundation Street (formerly Municipal) Charities: additional records 1658-1800 (GA 403)
  • Taylor family of Metfield and elsewhere: estate records concerning Cambridge, Cornwall, London, Norfolk, Suffolk and Yorkshire, 17th-19th century (HA 422)
  • Associated Society of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen, Ipswich Branch: minutes 1906-1920 (GG 412)
  • Clerical Guild of St Mary: minutes and other records, 1885- 1987 (GC 476)
  • Framlingham Congregational/United Reformed/United Free Church: records 1820-1988 (FK 3/18)
  • Harold Webber Freeman of Offton, novelist (1899-1994): literary manuscripts, diaries, family papers etc (HD 1686)
  • Peter Schuyler Bruff of Ipswich, Civil Engineer: legal and personal papers, records concerning Colchester Waterworks and land development at Frinton-on-Sea and Walton-on-the Naze (Essex), c1837-1910 (HB 9)
  • Eastern Union of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches: minutes 1940-1987 (FK 4/3)
  • W S Cowell Ltd, Ipswich, printers: additional business records, 19th-20th century (HC439)
  • Cornelius and Cornelius Philip Closson of Harwich, Essex: sailmakers: accounts 1800-1817 (HD 1694)
  • Ipswich Methodist Circuit (including former Framlingham, Peasenhall, Stowmarket, Yoxford and East Suffolk Mission Circuits) and constituent churches: additional records 1820- 1993 (FK 1)
  • Great Glemham Farms: minutes, accounts and other records, 1948-1986 (HA 43)
  • Ipswich Homes Ltd (self-building consortium): records1953- 1984 (GF 413)
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