Tag Archives: volunteers

Did your ancestors marry by licence?

If you are researching your family tree and have come across an entry in a parish register which notes that your ancestors married by licence, then marriage licence bonds can be a valuable resource.  Although they do not include marriages … Continue reading

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Meet the Team: Al, Volunteer

Al volunteers one morning a week here at the Norfolk Record Office. I (Emily) went to the Document Cleaning Room to chat to Al about volunteering. Emily: So Al, how did you first discover the Norfolk Record Office? Al: Well … Continue reading

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Researching Rabbits!

This week’s blog post is written by Anne Mason, who works as a heritage consultant, making funding applications, developing, and delivering projects. She particularly enjoys working with volunteers, helping them learn new skills to discover more about our history and historic … Continue reading

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