Frank Meeres

Frank Meeres came to Norwich in 1974 as an archivist at the Norfolk Record Office. Born in Exeter, he is a graduate of King’s College, University of London, with the Diploma in Archive Administration from the University of Liverpool. He has organised and listed several series of important archive groups relating to the history of the city and had special responsibility for the records of the Dean and Chapter of Norwich. He is well known for the many exhibitions he has organised and for his talks and evening classes on the history of Norwich and the work of the Norfolk Record Office.

Books by Frank Meeres

How Norwich Fought the Plague
How Norwich Fought Against the Plague: Lessons from the Past


Frith Norwich A History and Celebration
Francis Frith Collection - Norwich, A History and Celebration


Norfolk Living Memories
Francis Frith Collection - Norfolk Living Memories


Story of the Fens
The Story of the Fens


A History of Norwich


Norwich Murders & Misdemeanours


George Roberts MP: A Life that 'Did Different'


The Welcome Stranger
The Welcome Stranger


Thetford & Breckland Through Time


Paranormal Norfolk


Yarmouth & Gorleston Through Time


Yarmouth and Gorleston History Tour


Norfolk at War: Wings of Friendship


Ordinary Women: Extraordinary Lives


Strangers A History of Norwich's Incomers


Yarmouth: Murders and Misdemeanours


Dorothy Jewson Suffragette and Socialist


Norfolk in the Second World War -HB


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