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Norfolk - Burnham Ulph and Burnham Sutton

Francis White's History, Gazetteer and Directory of Norfolk 1854, p. 618

[Complete entry. Transcription Copyright © the late A.J. Carter, December 2000]

BURNHAM ULPH AND SUTTON form one parish, with a small village, adjoining the east end of the town of Burnham Westgate, and contains 97 houses, 429 souls, and 1,450 acres of land, in two farms, one belonging to the Earl of Leicester, in the occupation of Mr. John Overman, and the other called Muckleton, 2 miles W. of the village, the property of the Earl of Orford, and in the occupancy of Mr. John Gowing. Sutton Church, (St. Albert,) has long been in ruins, except the tower and the north wall of the nave. Ulph Church, (All Saints,) is a small edifice with a single bell hanging between two turrets at the west end. The Rectory of Burnham Sutton valued in the King's book at £17 10s., and in 1831 at £669. The Lord Chancellor is patron, and the Hon. and Rev. Fdk. Hotham, M.A., Incumbent. Annexed to it are the medieties of the rectories of Burnham Norton and Ulph. A moiety of the latter is annexed to Burnham Westgate. The Wesleyans have a small chapel here.

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Transcription Copyright © the late A.J. Carter, December 2000; links updated November, 2010.

Note: Burnham Sutton or Burnham Ulph is not shown as a separate entity on the current Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 map, but the remains of the church are indicated on the south-east edge of the built-up area of Burnham Market. [ECA, December, 2000.]

1891 Census Names Index
Brothercross hundred
Docking union
Kelly's 1883
White's 1845 and 1883
Burnham Archeology [Norfolk Heritage Explorer]
More Parish Information [Geoff Lowe & Andrew Rivett]
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