2 edition of Gooderstone, 1653-1837 found in the catalog.
Church of England. Parish of Gooderstone.
|Statement||transcribed & indexed by C.W. Farrow.|
|Series||The parish registers of Norfolk : monograph series -- 23, The parish registers of Norfolk -- 23.|
|Contributions||Farrow, C. W., Norfolk and Norwich Genealogical Society.|
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The first of these four dates from to and contains Baptisms and Burials as well as Marriages; the second is Lord Hardwicke’s Marriage Register-book, beginning with and ending with ; the third runs from toand the fourth from to is the Register-book for Marriages prescribed by the Act of A printed book recording burials in the churchyard of Burnham Sutton.
These records essentially record deaths in and around Burnham Sutton between and Details may include the age of the deceased, their residence and name of relations.
Phillimore's List of Marriages: This is the complete list, taken from the parish registers, but it may not contain every detail.
Send the surname of the man and/or the woman, with forenames if known, and approximate dates. Cherie Langschied; Gooderstone. Parish Register Lookups. Baptisms, Marriages and Burials () [NNGS, ]. Parish History [edit | edit source]. THETFORD, a borough and market-town, having exclusive jurisdiction, and the head of a union, 1653-1837 book in the hundred of Shropham, W.
division, of Norfolk, and 1653-1837 book hundred of Lackford, W. division of Suffolk, 79 miles (N. E.) from rd comprises the parishes of St. Cuthbert, containing ; St.
Peter, ; and St. Mary the Less. Dersingham Burial Records () A book containing a transcription of the burial registers of Dersingham.
Burials are the primary source for death documentation before They may record the date and or death of the deceased, their age, residence, name of a relations and more. The Norfolk Family History Society's Bookshop contains a good selection of books on Norfolk families and history related to the county and other locations in East Anglia.
We are able to supply a wide range of titles by publishers specialising in family history and local history and mainly offer those books not generally available in bookshops. By Road: Take either A or A47 to Swaffham, from Swaffham take Cley Road.
Drive through Cockley Cley. Continue miles to 1st left turn to Gooderstone and signposted water garden. By Public transport: Timetables and information can be accessed via the public transport information partnership Traveline.
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The Gooderstone Water Gardens have been open for over 20 years now. However, there was a period from about when they were closed and left neglected. Luckily, their daughter Coral decided to restore them to their former glory, and they re-opened in Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.
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Guide to Thornage, Norfolk ancestry, family history, and genealogy: parish registers, transcripts, census records, birth records, marriage records, and death records. Westmoreland County Microfilm. Date of Formation: Formed From: Northumberland County.
Part of King George County was added in Parish History [edit | edit source]. GAYWOOD (St. Faith), a parish, in the union and hundred of Freebridge-Lynn, W. division of Norfolk, ¾ of a mile (E. by N.) from Lynn.
Gaywood St Faith is an Ancient parish in the Lynn deanery of the Diocese of Norwich. The church and parish of the ancient village of Gaywood, which is now a suburb of King's Lynn, and since has been shared by the.