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Between the mid-1950s and a few years before her death in April 2005, Miss Joan Kersey Corder built up a library of books and manuscripts to assist her study and the writing of four important works on Suffolk heraldry and Suffolk families. She was born in 1921, into an old Suffolk family and moved to Felixstowe […]
The Cullum family owned Hardwick Hall until 1921 when, following the death of George Gery Milner-Gibson-Cullum, a bachelor with no heir, the estate was transferred to the Crown. He was able to dispose of his personal property. As mayor of Bury St Edmunds in 1913-14 he had been instrumental in establishing Moyse’s Hall as a […]
Includes: Evidences of Title, mainly in Suffolk, 1482-1883;
Estate Accounts, 1690-1755;
Public office: including, Ipswich Corporation, rates and taxes, Ma...
The collection consists of pedigrees, grants of arms, visitations, heralds' notebooks and associated material relating mainly to Suffolk but also covering Cambridgeshire, Essex and Norfolk, collect...
Colour drawing of the Borough of Lowestoft Coat of Arms.
Includes backing board with notes.
T M Felgate (c1900-c1998) joined the army in 1917 and in the same year transferred to the Royal Flying Corps. In World War II he joined the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. After working for an ins...
Grants of arms, heraldic documents and pedigrees relating to the Edgar family
These genealogical notes and pedigrees include the collections of the first and second Earls of Bristol. Notes and correspondence of the 2nd Marquess of Bristol and of Lord Arthur Hervey were later...
MS. volume entitled "An Epitome of Heraldry", containing many shields of arms illustrated in colour, including those of 'the ancient and modern nobility and gentry of Suffolk';
(in the hand of Ro...
Suffolk Heraldry Society exhibition in the Guildhall Old Chapel, Lavenham
Suffolk Heraldry Society Anniversary Exhibition entitled Living Heraldry at Moyses Hall Museum