Great Snoring, Norfolk



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  • Lat: 52.8666 Long: 0.88333
  • OS sheet ref.: TF9334

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Great Snoring

Award: 1813. Maps: (lands in parishes of Thursford and Hindringham exchanged by award), 1813, 1 inch: 3 chains, 54 by 76; Great Snoring, 1813, 1 inch: 6 chains 83 by 102. Surveyor: Robert Corby of Kirstead.

Six letters of Henry Spelman and others relating to Great Snoring, one of the livings of which Doctor Willoughbie was deprived by the bishop of Norwich for default of reading the articles of religion himself in church, rather than by proxy. The bishop presented Richard Gawton to the benefice in Willoughbie's place in 1572.

Thomas Heydon to his brother in law, Henry Spelman, at Great Snoring, notifying him that the bishop had given the benefice to another minister and advising him to meet Mr Shelton and at the bishop's house, 8 September 1572.John [-] to brother...

Photographic slides of secular buildings in Norfolk of Dr Michael John Ockenden

  • MC 2896/N1-932 (cite numbers required), PH 8
  • Fonds
  • c 1995

The slides are all numbered and labelled with a short description. They depict scenes around Norfolk, including Norwich Castle, Blickling, Holkham and Felbrigg halls, as follows:N1-53 Norfolk houses including: Mannington Hall; Houghton Hall; Holkh...

Michael John Ockenden; 1931-2010; teacher, author; Ormskirk, Lancashire

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