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The village listing below is based on the listing of Hundreds and their parishes given in Kelly's Directory for 1883 (pp. 213-214), with the addition of the names of certain of the hamlets within those parishes. Each primary link is either to the village entry in Kelly's 1883 directory, to an other (named) directory entry carried on this site. or to a directory entry carried on GENUKI-NFK or other (named) external site.

All Directory pages carried on this site carry links to other relevant pages on this site and links to directory and other relevant information carried on a variety of external sites.

For a list of the occupiers of the major houses in Norfolk, see List of Principal Seats

For the relatively few villages for which no link is given, further information may be often be found from links on pages listed on the 1891 Census Index arranged by Hundred.

And see map showing location of all Norfolk parishes [Norfolk Family History Society and Norfolk Record Office] [Note: This link no longer exists. I am currently searching for a replacement. (ECA, October 2006)]

For a general indication of where each hundred lies within the county, see the sketch map on Norfolk Hundreds [GENUKI-NFK].

For a listing of the composition of the Poor Law Unions (and the location of their workhouses) see Poor Law Unions [GENUKI-NFK]

Also see A Gazetter of Norfolk Parishes [GENUKI-NFK]
and a historical list of Norfolk Directories [GENUKI-NFK].

For information on other counties see GENUKI (England).

Photographs of many of the Norfolk village signs are available on the web and many sources of other photographs are linked from directory and other pages.

Hundred of Blofield

Blofield; Braydeston (or Bradeston; or Bradistone) [and White's 1854]; Brundall; Buckenham (Buckenham Ferry); Burlingham North [Burlingham St. Andrew]; Burlingham South (Burlingham St. Edmund); Burlingham St. Peter; Cantley; Freethorpe; Great Plumstead; Hassingham; Limpenhoe; Lingwood; Little Plumstead; Postwick; Southwood; Strumpshaw [and White's 1854]; Thorpe St. Andrew (or Thorpe-next-Norwich) [and White's 1854]; Witton.

Hundred of Brothercross

Burnham Deepdale [and White's 1854]; Burnham-Norton [and White's 1854]; Burnham-Overy [and White's 1854]; Burnham Sutton-cum-Burnham Ulph [and White's 1854]; Burnham-Thorpe [and White's 1854]; Burnham-Westgate (or Burnham Market) [and White's 1854]; North Creake [and White's 1854]; South Creake [and White's 1854]; Waterden [and White's 1854].

Hundred of Clackclose

Barton Bendish (including Eastmore) [and White's 1854]; Beechamwell [or Beachamwell] [and White's 1854]; Bexwell [and White's 1854]; Boughton [and White's 1854]; Crimplesham [and White's 1854]; Denver [and White's 1854 (including Salter's Lode)]; Downham Market [and White's 1854]; Fincham [and White's 1854]; Fordham [and White's 1854]; Hilgay (including Ten Mile Bank) [and White's 1854]; Holme-Next-Runcton or Runcton Holme [and White's 1854]; [Lakes End]; Marham [and White's 1854]; [Nordelph]; Outwell [and White's 1854]; Roxham [and White's 1845 and 1854]; Ryston [and White's 1845, and 1854]; Shingham [and White's 1854]; Shouldham [and White's 1854]; Shouldham Thorpe [and White's 1854]; South Runcton [and White's 1854]; Southery [and White's 1854]; Stoke Ferry [and White's 1854]; Stow Bardolph [and White's 1854]; Stradsett [and White's 1854]; [Three Holes]; Tottenhill [and White's 1854]; Upwell; [and White's 1854]; Wallington-cum-Thorpland [and White's 1854]; Watlington [and Kelly's 1892, 1896, 1904 and 1937; and White's 1845 and 1854]; Welney (including Tip's End) [and White's 1854]; Wereham [and White's 1854]; West Dereham [and White's 1854]; Wimbotsham [and White's 1854]; Wormegay [and White's 1854]; Wretton [and White's 1854];

Hundred of Clavering

Aldeby [and White's 1854]; Brooke [and White's 1854]; Burgh Apton (or Bergh Apton); Burgh St. Peter [or Wheatacre Burgh] [and White's 1854]; Ellingham [and White's 1854]; Geldeston [and White's 1854]; Gillingham All Saints & Gillingham St. Mary; Haddiscoe [and White's 1854]; Hales; Heckingham; Howe; Kirby Cane [and White's 1854]; Norton Subcourse; Raveningham; Stockton; Thorpe-next-Haddiscoe [and White's 1854]; Thurlton; Toft Monks [and White's 1854]; Wheatacre All Saints.

Hundred of Depwade

Ashwellthorpe [and White's 1854]; Aslacton [and White's 1854]; Bunwell [and White's 1854]; Carleton-Rode (or Carlton Rode) [and White's 1854]; Forncett St. Mary [and White's 1854]; Forncett St. Peter (including Forncett End and Buster's Green) [and White's 1854]; Fritton; Fundenhall [and White's 1854]; Great Moulton (Moulton St. Michael), and White's 1854; Hapton [and White's 1854]; Hardwick [and White's 1854]; Hempnall; [Long Stratton, (Stratton St. Mary & Stratton St. Michael, and the hamlet of Wood Green)]; Morningthorpe; Shelton and White's 1854]; Stratton St.Mary; Stratton St.Michael ; Tacolneston [and White's 1854]; Tasburgh; Tharston; Tibenham [or Tibbenham] [and White's 1854]; Wacton.

Hundred of Diss

Bressingham (including manor of Boyland) [and White's 1854]; Burston; Dickleburgh (including Langmere) [and White's 1854 ]; Diss (including the hamlets of Westbrook Green, Walcot Green and Diss Heywood); Fersfield [and White's 1854]; Frenze [and White's 1854]; Gissing; Roydon [and White's 1854]; Scole (or Osmondiston) [and White's 1854]; Shelfanger (or Shelfhanger) [and White's 1854]; Shimpling; Thelveton (or Thelton; or Thelverton); Thorpe Parva [and White's 1854]; Tivetshall St. Margaret; Tivetshall St. Mary; Winfarthing [and White's 1854].

Hundred of Earsham

Alburgh [and White's 1854]; Billingford (or Pyrleston) [and White's 1854]; Brockdish [and White's 1854]; Denton [and White's 1854]; Earsham [and White's 1854]; [Langmere [White's 1854]] [Mendham [and White's 1854] (Partly in Suffolk; Hoxne Hundred)]; Needham [and White's 1854]; Pulham St. Mary Magdalen (or Pulham Market) [and White's 1854]; Pulham St. Mary (or Pulham St.Mary-the-Virgin) [and White's 1854]; Redenhall-with-Harleston; Rushall [and White's 1854]; Starston [and White's 1854]; Thorpe Abbots [and White's 1854]; Wortwell.

Hundred of North Erpingham

Aldborough (or Alborough); Antingham; Aylmerton; Barningham-Norwood [or Barningham-Northwood]; Barningham Town (or Barningham-Winter); Beeston Regis; Bessingham (or Bassingham); Cromer; East Beckham; Felbrigg [and White's 1854]; Gimingham; Gresham; Gunton; Hanworth; Knapton [and White's 1854]; Matlaske; Metton [and White's 1854]; Mundesley (or Mundsley) [and White's 1854]; North Repps (Northrepps); [North Walsham]; Overstrand; Plumstead; Roughton [and White's 1854]; Runton; [Upper & Lower] Sheringham; Sidestrand [and White's 1854]; South Repps (Southrepps); Suffield [and White's 1845; and 1854, and Kelly's 1933]; Sustead; Thorpe Market; Thurgarton; Trimingham [and White's 1854]; Trunch [and White's 1854].

Hundred of South Erpingham

Alby; Aylsham; Baconsthorpe; Banningham (and Banningham Parva) [and White's 1854]; Barningham Little (or Barningham Parva) [and White's 1854]; Belaugh; Blickling; Booton; Brampton; Burgh (or Burgh-Next-Aylsham); Buxton; Calthorpe; Cawston; Colby [and White's 1854]; Coltishall [and White's 1854]; Corpusty; Erpingham; Hautbois Magna [and White's 1854]; Hevingham; Heydon; Ingworth; Irmingland (including Ellmeldale); Itteringham [and White's 1854]; Lammas (or Lamas) (with Little Hautbois); Mannington [and White's 1854]; Marsham; Oulton [and White's 1854]; Oxnead; Saxthorpe; Scottow; Skeyton; Stratton Strawless; Swanton Abbott; Thwaite All Saints [or Twait; or Thwayte] [and White's 1854]; Tuttington; West Beckham; Wickmere; Wolterton.

Hundred of Eynsford

Alderford; Bawdeswell [and White's 1854]; Billingford [and White's 1854]; Bintree [or Bintry] [and White's 1854]; Brandistone [or Brandestone]; Bylaugh [and White's 1854]; Elsing [and White's 1854, and 1864]; Foulsham; Foxley [and White's 1854]; Great Witchingham [including Lenwade]; Guestwick [and White's 1854]; Guist (or Geiste) [and White's 1854]; [Guton]; Hackford by Reepham [and White's 1854]; Haveringland; Hindolveston; Kerdiston(e) [and White's 1854]; Little Witchingham; Lyng (including Easthaugh) [and White's 1854]; Morton-on-the-Hill; Reepham [and White's 1854]; Ringland; Sall [or Salle]; Sparham [and White's 1854]; Swannington [and White's 1854]; Themelthorpe [and White's 1854]; Thurning; Twyford [and White's 1854]; Weston Longville; Whitwell [and White's 1854]; Wood Dalling [and White's 1854]; Wood Norton [and White's 1854];

Hundred of East Flegg

Caister next Yarmouth; (Caister-on-Sea); Filby; Mautby; Ormesby St. Margaret (Great Ormesby); Ormesby St. Michael (Little Ormesby); Runham; Scratby; Stokesby with Herringby; Thrigby.

Hundred of West Flegg

Ashby; Billockby; Burgh St. Margaret & St. Mary (Fleggburgh or Flegg Burgh); Clippesby; East Somerton; Hemsby; Martham (including Cess & Damgate); Oby (or Owby); Repps with Bastwick; Rollesby; Thurne (or Thirne); West Somerton; Winterton.

Hundred of Forehoe

Barford [and White's 1854]; Barnham Broom (including Bickerston or Bixton) [and White's 1854]; Bawburgh [and White's 1854]; Bowthorpe; Brandon Parva [and White's 1854]; Carleton Forehoe (or Carlton Forehoe)]; Colton [and White's 1854]; Costessey (or Cossey) [and White's 1854]; Coston; Crownthorpe [and White's 1854]; Deopham [and White's 1854]; Easton; Hackford [and White's 1854]; Hingham [and Kelly's 1937; Universal 1793; White's 1845; 1854; and 1883;] Honingham [and White's 1854]; Kimberley [and White's 1854]; Marlingford; Morley St. Botolph [and White's 1854]; Morley St. Peter [amd White's 1854]; Runhall [and White's 1854]; Welborne [and Kelly's 1937; and White's 1854]; Wicklewood [and White's 1854]; Wramplingham [and White's 1845; and 1854]; Wymondham (including Wattlefield; Suton; Silfield; Spooner Row; Downham; Market Street; and Town Green) [and White's 1854].

Hundred of Freebridge-Lynn

Anmer; Ashwicken; Babingley; Bawsey; Castle Acre [and White's 1854; Castle Rising; Congham; Dersingham; East Walton; East Winch; Flitcham-cum-Appleton; Gayton; Gayton Thorpe; Gaywood (including Highgate); Great Massingham; Grimstone (including Pott Row); Harpley; Hillington; Leziate; Little Massingham; Middleton [and White's 1854] (including Blackborough End); Mintlyn; North Runcton (including Hardwick [and White's 1854]; North Wootton; Pentney [and White's 1854]; Roydon; Sandringham; Setchey (or Setch) [and White's 1854]; South Wootton; West Acre [and White's 1854]; West Bilney; West Newton; West Winch; Wolferton (or Wolverton).

Hundred of Freebridge-Marshland

Clenchwarton [and White's 1854]; Emneth [and White's 1854]; Lynn St Edmund (North Lynn); Lynn St. Peter (West Lynn); [Marshland St. James (Kelly's 1937)]; [for Saddlebow, see Wiggenhall St. Mary the Virgin] [for Smeeth; see Terrington St. John]; Terrington St. Clement [and White's 1854]; Terrington St. John [and White's 1854]; Tilney All Saints ; Tilney-cum-Islington; Tilney St. Lawrence; Walpole St. Andrew; Walpole St. Peter (including Walpole Highway); Walsoken [and White's 1854]; West Walton (including, Dixon's End, Smeeth, Fen End & Ingleborough); Wiggenhall St. Germans; Wiggenhall St. Mary Magdalen; Wiggenhall St. Mary the Virgin [and White's 1854]; Wiggenhall St. Peter.

Hundred of Gallow

Alethorpe; Bagthorpe; Barmer; Broomsthorpe; Dunton-cum-Doughton; East Barsham; East Raynham (or Raynham St. Mary) [or East Rainham] [and White's 1854]; East Rudham; Fakenham (or Fakenham Lancaster) [and White's 1854]; Fulmodeston cum Croxton; Great Ryburgh; Helhoughton [and White's 1854]; Hempton [and White's 1854]; Kettlestone; Little Ryburgh; Little Snoring; New Houghton; North Barsham; Pensthorpe; Pudding Norton; Sculthorpe; Shereford [or Sherringford]; South Raynham [or South Rainham or Raynham St. Martin] [and White's 1854]; Stibbard [and White's 1854]; Syderstone; Tatterford; Tattersett (or Gatesend); Testerton; Toftrees; West Barsham; West Raynham [or West Rainham or Raynham St. Margaret] [and White's 1854]; West Rudham;

Hundred of North Greenhoe

Barney [and White's 1854]; Binham [and White's 1854]; Cockthorpe [and White's 1854]; Egmere [and Whites 1854]; Field Dalling [and White's 1854]; Great Snoring [and White's 1854]; Great Walsingham [and White's 1854]; Hindringham; Holkham [and White's 1854]; Houghton (or Houghton-in-the-Dale or Houghton St. Giles); Little Walsingham [and White's 1854]; Quarles [and White's 1854]; Stiffkey [and White's 1854]; Thursford [and White's 1854]; Warham All Saints; Warham St.Mary; Wells-next-the-Sea [and White's 1854]; Wighton.

Hundred of South Greenhoe

Bodney [and White's 1854]; Caldecote [or Caldicote] [and White's 1854]; Cockley-Cley [and White's 1854]; Didlington [and 1937 and White's 1854]; East Bradenham [and White's 1854]; Foulden [and 1925; and White's 1845, 1854, and 1883]; Gooderstone [and White's 1845, and 1854]; Great Cressingham [and 1937; and White's 1845, 1854 and 1883]; Hilborough [or Hillborough] [and 1937; and White's 1854]; Holme Hale [and 1937; and White's 1854]; Houghton-on-the-Hill [and White's 1854]; Langford [and White's 1854]; Little Cressingham [and White's 1845, 1854 and 1883]; Narborough [or Narburgh] [and White's 1854]; Narford [and White's 1854]; Necton [and White's 1854]; Newton by Castleacre [and White's 1854]; North Pickenham [and White's 1854]; Oxborough [and White's 1854]; South Pickenham [and White's 1854]; Southacre [or South Acre] [and White's 1854]; Sporle with Palgrave [and White's 1854]; Swaffham [and White's 1883]; West Bradenham [and White's 1854].

Hundred of Grimshoe

[Brookville (local web-site)]; Buckenham Tofts (or Buckenham Parva) [and 1925; and White's 1854]; Colveston [and 1937 and White's 1854]; Cranwich [and White's 1854]; Croxton [and White's 1854]; Feltwell (Feltwell St. Mary & St. Nicholas) [and White's 1854 [including Feltwell Anchor and Feltwell Fen Farms & Redmore (or Redmere)]; Hockwold cum Wilton [and White's 1854]; Igborough (or Ickburgh) [and White's 1854]; Lynford [and White's 1854]; Methwold [and 1925 and White's 1854]; Methwold Hythe and Poppylot and 1925; Mundford [and White's 1854]; Northwold [and White's 1854]; Santon (or Santon House) [and White's 1854]; Stanford [and 1925; and White's 1845; 1854; and 1883]; Sturston [and White's 1854]; Weeting All Saints (or Weeting with Broomhill - or Broomfield) [and White's 1854]; West Tofts [and 1925; and White's 1845; 1854; and 1883]; [and Whittington].

Hundred of Guiltcross

Banham [and White's 1854]; Blo'Norton [and White's 1854]; East Harling [and White's 1854]; Garboldisham [and White's 1854]; Gasthorpe [and White's 1854]; Kenninghall [and White's 1854]; North Lopham [and White's 1854]; Quidenham (Quiddenham) [and White's 1854]; Riddlesworth [and White's 1854]; Rushford (part Suffolk) (including Shadwell [and White's 1854]; Snarehill and White's 1854]; South Lopham [and White's 1854]; West Harling [and 1937 and White's 1854].

Hundred of Happing

Brumstead [or Brunstead]; Catfield [and White's 1854]; East Ruston [and White's 1854]; Eccles-by-the-Sea [and White's 1854]; Happisburgh (or Hasbro') [and White's 1854]; Hempstead [and White's 1854]; Hickling [and White's 1854]; Horsey-next-the-Sea; Ingham; Lessingham [and White's 1854]; Ludham [and White's 1854]; Palling-near-the-Sea (Sea Palling) [and White's 1854]; Potter Heigham; Stalham [and White's 1854]; Sutton [and White's 1854]; Walcott [and White's 1854]; Waxham [and White's 1854].

Hundred of Henstead

Arminghall; Bixley; Bramerton; Caistor St.Edmunds; Framingham Earl; Framingham Pigot; Holverstone; Kirby Bedon; Poringland Great (or East); Poringland Little (or West); Rockland St. Mary; Saxlingham-Nethergate [and White's 1854]; Saxlingham-Thorpe [and White's 1854]; Shottesham All Saints [or Shotisham All Saints or High Shottesham]; Shottesham St. Mary & St. Martin [or Shottesham St.Mary & St.Martin]; Stoke Holy Cross; Surlingham; Trowse; (or Trowse Newton); Whitlingham; Yelverton.

Hundred of Holt

Bale (or Bathley) [and White's 1854]; Bayfield [and White's 1854]; Blakeney [and White's 1854]; Bodham [and White's 1854]; Briningham; Brinton; Briston; [Burgh Parva [and White's 1845 and 1854]; Cley-next-the-Sea [and White's 1854]; Edgefield; Glandford [and White's 1854]; Gunthorpe [and White's 1854]; Hempstead by Holt; Holt; Hunworth; Kelling; Langham [and White's 1854]; Letheringsett; Melton Constable with Burgh Parva [and Kelly's 1892, 1896, 1904 and 1937; and White's 1845 and 1854]; Morston [and White's 1854]; Salthouse; Saxlingham [and White's 1854]; Sharrington [and White's 1854]; Stody; Swanton Novers [and White's 1854]; Thornage [and White's 1854]; Weybourne [or Wabourne]; Wiveton (or Wiverton).

Hundred of Humbleyard [or Hambleyard]

Bracon Ash; Colney; Cringleford; Dunston; East Carlton (or East Carleton) [and White's 1854]; Flordon; Great Melton (or Melton Magna); Hethel [and White's 1854]; Hethersett [and White's 1854]; Intwood [and White's 1854]; [Keningham]; Keswick [and White's 1854]; Ketteringham [and White's 1854]; Little Melton (or Melton Parva) [and White's 1854]; Markshall; Mulbarton; Newton Flotman; Swainsthorpe; Swardeston; Wreningham [and White's 1854].

Hundred of Launditch

Beeston All Saints [or Beeston-next-Mileham; or Beeston cum Bittering] [and White's 1854]; Beetley [and White's 1854]; Brisley [and White's 1854]; Colkirk [and White's 1854]; Daffy Green [see Scarning]; East Bilney [and White's 1854]; East Dereham (part of) [and White's 1854]; Dillington and White's 1854; East Lexham (and White's 1854); Gateley [and White's 1854]; Godwick [and White's 1854]; [Great Bittering (and White's 1854)]; Great Dunham [and White's 1854]; Great Fransham [and White's 1854]; Gressenhall [and White's 1854]; Hoe [and White's 1854]; Horningtoft [and White's 1854]; Kempstone [and White's 1854]; Litcham [and White's 1854]; Little Bittering [and White's 1854]; Little Dunham [and White's 1854]; Little Fransham [and White's 1854]; Longham [and White's 1854]; Mileham [and White's 1854]; North Elmham [and White's 1854]; Oxwick [and White's 1854]; Pattesley [and White's 1854]; Rougham [and White's 1854); [Rougholm (or Roughholm)]; Scarning [and White's 1854]; Stanfield [and White's 1854]; Swanton Morley [and White's 1854]; Tittleshall [and White's 1854]; Weasenham All Saints [and White's 1854]; Weasenham St. Peter [and Weasenham St. PeterWhite's 1854]; Wellingham [and White's 1854]; Wendling [and White's 1854]; West Lexham [and White's 1854]; Whissonsett [and White's 1854]; Worthing [and White's 1854].

Hundred of Loddon

Alpington; Ashby St. Mary; Bedingham; Broome [or Brome]; Carleton St. Peter; Chedgrave; Claxton; Ditchingham; Hardley [and White's 1854]; Hedenham; Hellington; Kirstead [and White's 1854]; Langley [and White's 1854]; Loddon [and White's 1854]; Mundham [and White's 1854]; Seething [and White's 1854]; Sisland; Thurton; Thwaite St. Mary [or Twaite] [and White's 1854]; Topcroft [and White's 1854]; Woodton [and White's 1854];

Hundred of Mitford

Cranworth [and 1937; and White's 1845, 1854, and 1883]; [Dumpling Green]; East Dereham (part of) [and White's 1854]; East Tuddenham [and White's 1854 and 1836]; [Etling Green]; [Flockthorpe and White's 1854]; Garvestone [and White's 1854]; Hardingham [and White's 1854]; Hockering [and White's 1854]; Letton [and 1892, 1896, 1904; and 1937; and White's 1854]; Mattishall; [and White's 1854]; Mattishall Burgh; [and White's 1854]; North Tuddenham [and White's 1854]; Reymerstone [and White's 1854]; Shipdham [and White's 1854]; Southburgh [or South Burgh; or Southbergh] [and 1937; and White's 1854]; [South Green]; Thuxton [or Thurston]; [Toftwood]; Westfield [and White's 1854]; Whinbergh [or Whinburgh] [and White's 1854]; Woodrising [or Wood Rising] [and Kelly's 1892, 1896, 1904, 1933 and 1937; and White's 1845, 1854 and 1883]; Yaxham [and White's 1854].

Hundred of Shropham

Attleborough [and White's 1854]; Besthorpe [and White's 1854]; Brettenham [and White's 1854]; Bridgham [and White's 1854]; East Wretham (including Stonebridge) [and White's 1845, 1854 and 1883]; Eccles [and White's 1854]; Great Ellingham [and White's 1854; Hargham [and White's 1854]; Hockham (Great) [and White's 1854]; Illington [and White's 1854]; Kilverstone [and White's 1854]; Larling (or Lerling) [and White's 1854]; [Little Hockham]; New Buckenham [and White's 1854]; Old Buckenham [and White's 1854]; Rockland All Saints [and White's 1854]; Rockland St.Andrew [and White's 1854]; Roudham [and Kelly's 1937; and White's 1854]; Shropham [and Kelly's 1937; and White's 1854]; Snetterton [and White's 1854]; West Wretham [and White's 1845, 1854 and 1883]; Wilby [and White's 1854].

Hundred of Smithdon

Barwick-in-the-Brake; Bircham Newton; Bircham Tofts; Brancaster [and White's 1854]; Choseley; Docking (including Summerfield or Southmere); Fring or Fringe; Great Bircham; Great Ringstead; Heacham; Holme-next-the-Sea [and White's 1854]; Hunstanton; Ingoldisthorpe; Sedgeford [including Netlington or Eaton]; Shernbourne or Sharnbourne; Snettisham (including Southgate); Stanhoe; Thornham [and White's 1854]; Titchwell [and White's 1854];

Hundred of Taverham

Attlebridge; Beeston St. Andrew; Catton; Crostwick; Drayton; Felthorpe; Frettenham; Hainford (or Haynford); Hellesdon (part of - the rest in Norwich); Horsford; Horsham St. Faith's; Horstead with Stanninghall [including Haggard or Heggatt Street]; Newton St. Faith's, see Horsham St. Faith's; Rackheath; Salhouse; Spixworth; Sprowston [and White's 1854]; Taverham [including Thorpe Marriott], and Wroxham.

Hundred of Tunstead

Ashmanhaugh; Bacton (including Bromholme); Barton Turf; Beeston St. Lawrence; Bradfield; Crostwight; Dilham [and Whites 1854]; Edingthorpe; Felmingham; Honing [and White's 1854]; Horning (including Cowholm & St. Benets) [and White's 1854]; Hoveton St. John; Hoveton St. Peter; Irstead; Neatishead; North Walsham; Paston [and White's 1854]; Ridlington [and White's 1854]; Sco-Ruston (or South Ruston) [and White's 1854]; Sloley [and White's 1854]; Smallburgh [and White's 1854]; Swafield [and White's 1854]; Tunstead [and White's 1854]; Westwick; Witton; Worstead;

Hundred of Walsham

Acle (including Nowhere); Beighton; [Berney Arms, see Reedham]; Fishley [and White's 1854]; Halvergate; Hemblington; Moulton (Moulton St. Mary); Ranworth-with-Panxworth (Panxworth, including Pedham [and White's 1854] and Ranworth [and White's 1854]); Reedham; South Walsham St. Lawrence; South Walsham St. Mary; Tunstall (Tunstall St. Mary); Upton [and White's 1854]; [Whitten Green, see Reedham (GENUKI-NFK)]; Wickhampton; Woodbastwick [and White's 1854].

Hundred of Wayland

Ashill [and White's 1854]; Breckles (or Breccles) [and 1937 and White's 1854]; Carbrooke [and White's 1854]; Caston [and White's 1854]; Griston [and White's 1854]; Little Ellingham [and White's 1854]; Merton [and 1937; and White's 1854]; Ovington [and White's 1854]; Rockland St Peter [and White's 1854]; Saham Toney (including Saham Hills) [and White's 1845, 1854, and 1883]; Scoulton [and White's 1854]; Stow Bedon [and White's 1854]; Thompson [and White's 1854]; Threxton [and White's 1854]; Tottington [and White's 1845, 1854, and 1883]; Watton [and White's 1854].

Norwich City and County of the City

[Note: the above, and following links, are to a description of the City and its parishes]

All Saints Earlham St.Mary Eaton St.Andrew; Heigham; Hellesdon; Lakenham; New Lakenham; Pockthorpe see St. James; St. Andrew; St. Augustine; St. Benedict; St. Clement; St. Edmund; St. Etheldred; St. George Colegate; St. George Tombland; St. Giles; St. Gregory; St. Helen; St. James; St. John Maddermarket; St. John Sepulchre; St. John Timberhill; St. Julian; St. Lawrence; St. Margaret; St. Martin-at-Oak; St. Martin-at-Palace; St. Mary-at-Coslany; St. Mary-in-the-Marsh; St. Michael-at-Coslany; St. Michael-at-Plea; St. Michael-at-Thorn; St. Paul; St. Peter Hungate; St. Peter Mancroft; St. Peter-per-Mountergate; St. Peter Southgate; St. Saviour; St. Simon & St. Jude; St. Stephen; St. Swithin; Thorpe (St Matthew) (Thorpe Hamlet); Town Close; Trowse-Millgate; Carrow; Bracondale; Britannia Barracks; The Great Hospital; Jenny Lind Infirmary for Sick Children; King's Royal Hussars (Cavalry Barracks); Norfolk & Norwich Hospital; Norwich Prison;

Borough of King's Lynn

All Saints'; South Lynn; King's Lynn St. Margaret; [Seeche, Gaywood & West Lynn].

Borough of Thetford

Thetford St. Cuthbert; Thetford St. Mary; and Thetford St. Peter.

Borough of Great Yarmouth

Great Yarmouth; the district of Runham Vauxhall and Gorleston [and Southtown and Cobholm Island] (in the county of Suffolk until mid-20th century)

Hundred of Blackbourn

Badwell Ash; Bardwell; Barnham; ; Coney Weston; Culford; Elmswell; Euston; Fakenham Magna; Great Ashfield; Hepworth; Hinderclay; Honington; Hopton; Hunston; Ingham; Ixworth; Knettishall; Langham; Little Livermere; Market Weston; Norton; Rickinghall Inferior; Rushford (Norfolk); Sapiston; Stanton; Stowlangtoft; Thelnetham; Thorpe-by-Ixworth; Troston; Walsham-le-Willows; Wattisfield; West Stow; Wordwell.

Hundred of Hoxne

Athelington, Badingham, Bedfield, Bedingfield, Brundish, Denham, Dennington, Fressingfield, Horham, Hoxne [Kelly's 1900 (Martin Edwards)]; Laxfield; Mendham (part Norfolk) [and White's 1854]). Metfield, Monk Soham, Saxstead, Southolt, Stradbroke, Syleham, Tannington, Weybread, Wilby, Wingfield, Withersdale, Worlingworth.

Hundred of Lackford

Barton Mills; Brandon; Cavenham [GENUKI-SFK]; Elveden (or Elden); Eriswell [GENUKI-SFK]; Freckenham [GENUKI-SFK]; Herringswell [GENUKI-SFK]; Icklingham [GENUKI-SFK]; Lakenheath [GENUKI-SFK] Mildenhall [GENUKI-SFK]; Santon Downham; Tuddenham; Wangford; Worlington [GENUKI-SFK].

Incorporated Hundreds of Mutford & Lothingland

Ashby, Barnby, Belton, (including Browston), Blundeston, Bradwell, Burgh Castle, Carlton Colville, Corton, Flixton, Fritton, Gisleham, Gorleston-with-Southtown or Little Yarmouth, Gunton, Herringfleet, Hopton, Kessingland, Kirkley, Lound, Lowestoft (Union details only), Mutford, Oulton, Pakefield, Rushmere, Somerleyton.

Hundred of Wangford

All Saints & Saint Nicholas (South Elmham), Barsham, Beccles, Bungay Holy Trinity, Bungay St. Mary, Ellough, Flixton, Homersfield, Mettingham. Morth Cove, Redisham, Ringsfield, St. Andrew (Ilketshall), St. Cross (South Elmham) or Sandcroft. St. James (South Elmham), St. John (Ilketshall), St. Lawrence (Ilketshall), St. Margaret (Ilketshall), St. Margaret (South Elmham), St. Michael (South Elmham), St. Peter (South Elmham), Shadingfield, Sheepmeadow, Sotterley, Weston, Willmingham, Worlingham.

Hundred of Wisbech (Isle of Ely)

Elm; Leverington; Newton, Outwell, Parson Drove Chapelry, Thorney, Tydd St. Giles, Upwell, [Welney], Wisbech St. Mary, and Wisbech St. Peter.

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