List of lost settlements in Norfolk

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There are believed to be around 200 lost settlements in Norfolk, England.[1][2] This includes places which have been abandoned as settlements due to a range reasons and at different dates.[3] Types of lost settlement include deserted medieval villages (DMVs), relocated or "shrunken" villages, those lost to coastal erosion and other settlements known to have been "lost" or significantly reduced in size over the centuries, including those evacuated during World War II due to the creation of the Stanford Training Area. There are estimated to be as many as 3,000 deserted medieval villages in England.

List of lost settlements[edit]

This list is of settlements which are known to have been lost and where the location can either be confirmed or is strongly suspected by the use of archaeological or documentary evidence. Settlements where there is less conclusive evidence as to their existence are recorded below this list. Grid References are given where known.

Settlement name Grid reference Notes References
Alethorpe TF948 313 Deserted medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book. Abandoned in the 16th century, probably due to land being enclosed. [4]
Algarsthorpe TG13 08 approx. Deserted medieval village. The parish was united with Great Melton until 1476. [5]
Alvington TG147 218 Possible site for Alvington deserted medieval village. [6][7]
Anmer TF737 294 Site of medieval village on the grounds of Anmer Hall. The village appeared in the Domesday Book and a detailed description of it in around 1600 exists. [8][9]
Appleton TF705 274 Deserted medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book. The round tower of St Mary's church is still standing. See also Little Appleton. [10]
Apton TM313 993 Site of village mentioned in the Domesday Book and the Nomina Villarum of 1316. [11]
Arminghall TG253 048 Deserted medieval village in the parish of Bixley. [12][13]
Ashby TG419 158 Village mentioned in Domesday and Nomina Villarum, with 91 tax payers recorded in 1381. Believed to have been abandoned in the 18th century. [14]
Ashby, Snetterton Unknown Village mentioned in the Domesday Book but not recorded in the Nomina Villarum of 1316. The precise site is disputed. [15]
Ashwicken TF698 190 Shrunken medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book. The parish was united with Leziate by the mid-15th century. [16][17]
Babingley TF670 263 Deserted medieval village. Possibly the site at which St Felix of Burgundy landed in England in about 630. [18]
Baconsthorpe, near Attleborough Unknown Deserted village mentioned in the Domesday Book and known to be north of Attleborugh. [19]
Barmer TF813 336 Deserted medieval village site identified from air photography in 1991. [20]
Barningham Town TG15 33 Site of Roman settlement. [21]
Barret Ringstead See Ringstead Parva
Barton Bendish TF718 062 Site of a deserted medieval village with substantial earthworks remaining. [22]
Bawsey TF663 207 Settlement site dating from the Roman to medieval periods with evidence of Bronze Age and Iron Age occupation. The site featured in an episode of the television programme Time Team. A medieval village at Bawsey is believed to have been abandoned by 1517. [23][24]
Bayfield TG050 405 Deserted medieval village site. The church is ruined and was disused from the 17th century. [25]
Beachamwell TF752 054 Deserted medieval village of Wella. [26]
Beeston St Andrew TG251 146 Possible site of deserted medieval village. [27]
Beeston St Lawrence TG32 21 Possible site of deserted medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book and Nomina Villarum. Possibly removed due to emparkment in the 1780s. [28]
Belhawe Unknown Deserted settlement within the old parish of Arminghall. The church was dedicated to St Andrew and is now within Bixley parish. [29]
Bickerston TG086 087 Deserted medieval village mentioned n the Domesday Book and Nomina Villarum. There were 13 taxpayers in 1329 but just six by 1332. Probably finally abandoned in the 17th century. [30]
Bixley TG257 040 Deserted medieval village with only the parish church, the only one in England dedicated to St Wandregesilius remaining. Possible abandoned due to migration to the nearby city of Norwich. [12][31][32]
Boyland TM222 943 Site of deserted medieval village and Boyland Hall. [33]
Bowthorpe TG177 091 Deserted medieval village. The church was abandoned in the 16th century. [34]
Brampton TG22 23 Site of a Roman town. [35]
Brancaster TF78 43 The Romano-British vicus associated with the fort of Branodunum. [36]
Braydeston or Breydeston TG341 088 Site of deserted medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book and Nomina Villarum, with ten households listed in 1428. [37]
Brettenham TL939 844 Site of a Roman town. [38]
Broomsthorpe TF852 289 Deserted medieval village identified through a series of earthworks. May be the same place as Sengham or possibly the location of Tattersett St Andrew. Close to the site of Coxford Priory. [39][40][41]
Browston TG499 017 Approximate location of deserted medieval village On the site of Browston Hall. [42]
Brumstead TG370 265 Possible site of deserted medieval settlement. [43]
Buckenham Tofts TL838 947 Also known as Buckingham Parva. Mentioned in the Domesday Book and Nomina Villarum. All traces of the medical settlement were destroyed by the 19th century. The modern village and hall were evacuated by the remaining 73 residents in 1942 and became part of the Stanford Training Area. The area is still controlled for military training by the British Army. [44][45][46][47]
Burgh Castle TG476 043 Site of the Roman vicus associated with the fort of Gariannonum. Was in Suffolk until boundary changes in 1974. The site may have later been the location of the Saxon monastery of Cnobheresburg, founded in around 630 by Saint Fursey. [48][49]
Burgh next Aylsham TG218 251 Earthworks showing the prior extent of the shrunken village of Burgh next Aylsham. [50]
Burgh Parva TG044 335 Deserted medieval village. [51]
Bylaugh TG036 184 Possible site of deserted medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book. The village had shrunken significantly by the 15th century and was probably abandoned soon afterwards. [52]
Caistor St Edmund TG231 035 The site of the major regional Roman town of Venta Icenorum, the capital of the Iceni tribe. [53]
Caldecote TF745 034 Deserted medieval village abandoned by the late 16th century. Mentioned in the Domesday Book. [54][55]
Calvelly Unknown Deserted village known to have existed within Garvestone parish. [56]
Cantley, Ketteringham TG181 046 Deserted medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book. Parish united with Hethersett in 1397. Also recorded as Cantelose. [57][58]
Carleton Forehoe TG094 058 The remains of the shrunken medieval village of Carleton Forehoe. [59]
Choseley TF755 408 Deserted medieval village with earthworks remaining. [60]
Clare North of Cromer. Lost to coastal erosion and flooding in the 15th century. [61][62][63]
Clare, Crostwick Unknown Village mentioned in the Domesday Book and which may have been located in the modern parish of Crostwick. [64]
Cley St Peter TF804 044 Deserted medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book. The parish church burnt downing the 16th century and was never rebuilt. [65]
Clipstone Unknown Mentioned in the Domesday Book and as Clifton in 1316. By 1334 the village had become part of Kettlestone. The site of the medieval village is unknown. [66][67]
Colveston TL794 955 Deserted medieval village. Depopulated by the early 18th century [68]
Cotes TF85 07 Deserted medieval village referred to in 14th century documents and which survived into the 17th century. Petygards formed part of the larger village of Cotes. [69]
Cranwich TL783 949 Deserted medieval village [70]
Custhorpe TF78 14 approx. Possible site of village mentioned in the Domesday Book. The village is known to be located within West Acre parish but the location is approximate. [71]
Denton TF70 26 Deserted medieval settlement. [72]
Didlington TL779 970 Village mentioned in the Domesday Book which declined in the 17th century as the Lord of the Manor bought up the majority of the arable land. [73]
Dunham TF986 248 Site of deserted medieval village. [74]
Dunton TF881 300 Deserted medieval village site close to Dunton church. [75]
Earlham TG193 082 Mentioned in the Domesday Book and Nomina Villarum and depopulated in 1657 to make way for the development of Earlham Hall. [76]
Eaton, Sedgeford TF699 362 Probable site of deserted medieval village. [77]
Eccles TG414 288 Coastal flooding and erosion destroyed most of the village by around 1570, with only 14 houses remaining after a major flood event in January 1604 during which around 66 properties were lost. The church tower survived until 1895 when it was lost to the sea. The site is on the foreshore, with remains occasionally visible after storms or significant erosion events. [61][62][63][78][79][80]
Egmere TF897 374 Deserted medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book at which point it was a relatively large settlement. By 1428 it had fewer than 10 inhabitants and was joined with Quarles. It seems to have been abandoned by the mid-16th century. The church tower of St Edmund's Church still stands. [81][82]
Erwellestun Unknown Deserted medieval village probably located in the north of the parish of Kirby Cane near Hales Hall. [83]
Felbrigg TG197 390 Village moved from the grounds of Felbrigg Hall [84]
Foston or Fodderston TF652 094 Deserted medieval village which had 15 taxpayers in 1329 and had been reduced to three cottages by 1805. The church was demolished in the 16th century. [85]
Foulness North of Mundesley Lost to coastal erosion in the 15th century. [62]
Frenze TM135 804 Deserted village mentioned in the Domesday Book and Nomina Villarum. St Andrew's Church is one of the few remaining buildings. [86]
Gasthorpe TL983 813 Village mentioned in the Domesday Book and abandoned in the 17th century [87][88]
Gatton TF70 26 Mentioned in documents from the 13th to 16th century. Not in Domesday Book. Roman and late Saxon archaeological finds have been found. [89][90]
Gayton TF719 195 Site of medieval manor and village. [91]
Glorestorp TF695 182 Deserted medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book. In the 14th century the village is recorded as having a manor house and two watermills. [16][92]
Godwick TF903 220 Deserted medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book. The site is well preserved as it has never been deep ploughed. Abandoned in the 16th century, possibly due to very heavy clay soils and climate change hindering agricultural development.[93] [93][94][95][96][97]
Golosa See Ingloss
Great Barwick TF807 351 Probable site of deserted medieval village mentioned in Domesday and Nomina Villarum. [98]
Great Palgrave TF834 120 Deserted medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book. Survived until the 15th century. [99]
Great Snarehill TL893 835 Deserted medieval village dating from the late Saxon period. See also Little Snarehill. [100]
Grenesvil TM23 99 Possible site of hamlet mentioned in the Domesday Book. Within the modern parish of Shotesham. [101]
Grenstein TF907 198 Also known as Gramston or Greynston. Deserted medieval village abandoned in the 16th century. [102][103]
Grimston TF71 21 Site of deserted medieval village. [104]
Gunton, Hanworth TG230 340 Deserted medieval village replaced by Gunton Hall. [105]
Guton Unknown Deserted medieval village which was a relatively large settlement at the Domesday Book. Located close to Brandiston. [106]
Hales TM380 960 A variety of medieval settlement sites exist within Hales, including at Hales Green. Iron Age and Roman settlement sites have also been located. [107][108][109]
Harling Thorpe TL946 842 Deserted medieval village. [110][111]
Hargham TM020 914 Deserted medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book. [112]
Heckingham TM385 988 A variety of settlement sites, including from the Roman and medieval periods. [113][114]
Herringby TG446 103 Deserted medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book and Nomina Villarum. Parish was united with Stokesby in around 1580 and the church demolished in 1610. [115]
Hethel TG172 004 Possible site of the village of Hethel, the church of which was mentioned in the Domesday Book. [116][117]
Hockwold TL723 877 Area of abandoned medieval settlement on the edge of the shrunken village of Hockwold. [118]
Holkham TF882 430 Removed in the 18th century as part of the development of Holkham Hall. [119]
Holme TF909 069 Site of deserted medieval village. [120]
Holt, near Leziate TF675 184 Land enclosed by landlord Thomas Thursby for use as sheep pasture. Totally depopulated by 1517 - the only Norfolk village to be found to have been depopulated by enclosure at the time of Wolsey's Commission of Inquiry of that year. [16][121]
Holverston TG307 031 The parish is recorded in the Domesday Book. The church was demolished in the medieval period. [122]
Houghton TF794 285 Recorded in the Domesday Book and Nomina Villarum. Village was removed to make way for the building of Houghton Hall in the 1730s, although it may have already been partly abandoned. [123][124]
Houghton-on-the-Hill TF868 053 Deserted medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book and Nomina Villarum. In the 18th century it contained more than 32 houses but had been reduced to a handful of buildings by 1805. The church was last used in 1944 before being rediscovered in the 1990s and restored. It contains a series of late Saxon wall paintings. [125][126][127]
Illington TL946 901 A shrunken village mentioned in the Domesday Book. [128]
Ingloss TM345 967 Site of deserted medieval village named as Golosa in the Domesday Book. [129]
Irmingland, Oulton TG123 294 Deserted medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book and Nomina Villarum. The village had a population of 21 in 1352 and had 10 householders by 1428. The church was ruined in 1602, having been in use in 1557, and by 1805 only two or three houses remained in the settlement. [130]
Jerpestun Unknown Village mentioned in the Domesday Book and other medieval documents. Located close to Loddon and Hales. [131]
Kempstone TF886 160 Deserted medieval settlement site mentioned in Domesday Book and Nomina Villarum. A small Roman town or village is believed to have existed at TF87 16 [132][133]
Kenningham TM206 999 Deserted medieval village. The parish was united with Mulbarton in 1452 by which time there were only a handful of residents remaining. [134]
Kettleton Unknown Village mentioned in the Domesday Book. Is thought to have been located in the parish of Forncett. [135]
Keswick Near Bacton Lost to coastal erosion. [63]
Kilverstone TL894 841 Village mentioned in the Domesday Book which was largely abandoned by the 18th century at which point the remains were emparked as part of the development of Kilverstone Hall [136]
Kilverstone Heath TL90 86 A temporary settlement for railway workers was created on the site in the 1840s. [137]
Kimberley TG06 04 Extensive area medieval earthworks showing the former size of the village of Kimberley. [138]
Kipton Unknown Mentioned in the Domesday Book. Known to be within the parish of Weasenham St Peter. [139]
Langford TL839 965 Deserted medieval village site abandoned by the mid 18th century. The modern village was abandoned by the remaining 37 residents in 1942 when the Stanford Training Area was established. [44][140]
Langhale TM30 97 Village mentioned in the Domesday Book. Probably a dispersed settlement with the parish church in ruins by the early 16th century. [141][142][143]
Letha Unknown Village site mentioned in Domesday. Somewhere in the Hundred of Blofield. [144]
Letton TF974 057 Deserted medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book. Abandoned by the 16th century. [145]
Leziate TF695 199 Shrunken medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book and which was joined with the parish of Ashwicken in the late 15th century. [16][146]
Little Appleton TF710 210 Deserted medieval village abandoned before the 17th century when a farmstead is recorded. [147]
Little Barwick See Middleton
Little Bittering TF935 175 Deserted medieval village recorded in the Domesday Book and visible as earthworks. St Peter and St Paul's Church dates from the 12th century. The parish was united with Beeston in the 20th century. [148][149][150]
Little Breckles, Shropham TL968 937 Site of a deserted medieval settlement, probably abandoned by the early 14th century. [151][152]
Little Breckles, Stow Bedon TL960 944 Mentioned as a separate town in Domesday. The church was demolished in the 14th century and the settlement abandoned by 1547. The site may be that of Great Breckles. [153][154]
Little Hockham TL949 910 Village mentioned in the Domesday Book which declined in the 16th century. [155][156]
Little Palgrave TF832 135 Site of deserted medieval village at Palgrave Hall. [157]
Little Snarehill TL889 805 Deserted medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book. See also Great Snarehill. [158]
Little Wacton TM180 902 Possible site of deserted medieval village [159][160]
Little Waxham See Waxham Parva
Little Witchingham TG117 204 Parish mentioned in the Domesday Book. The church became redundant by the 1930s but has now been restored. [161]
Little Wreningham TM155 980 Thought to be the site of a deserted medieval village. [162]
Little Wrethham Unknown Village was mentioned in the Domesday Book. The exact site is unknown. Probably abandoned by the late 14th century. [128][163]
Lynford TL820 941 Recorded as having between nine and 16 taxpayers between 1316 and 1428, was uninhabited by 1467. Now the site of Lynford Hall. [55][164]
Maidenhouse TF597 199 Deserted medieval village and port on the outskirts of the modern village of Clenchwarton [165]
Maideston TG248 216 Possible site of deserted medieval village. [166]
Mannington TG144 320 Deserted medieval village in decline by the time Mannington Hall was built on the site in 1460. Village had disappeared by 1565 [167][168]
Markshall TG228 047 Deserted medieval village. The church was mentioned in the Domesday Book. [169]
Matlask TG152 349 Shrunken village. [170]
Middle Harling TL980 851 Site occupied from the late Saxon to medieval period with documentary evidence of occupation until the 17th century. [110][171]
Middleton TF803 359 Probable site of deserted medieval village abandoned by the early 15th century. Also known as Little Barwick. [172][173]
Mintlyn TF657 192 Mentioned in the Domesday Book and Nomina Villarum and deserted in the post-medieval period [174]
Mora Unknown Deserted village site mentioned in the Domesday Book in the parish of Freethorpe. [175]
Morley St Peter TF065 984 Probable site of deserted settlement near St Peter's Church, Morley. [176][177]
Narford TF76 13 Possible site of a deserted medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book. On the site of a Roman settlement with significant number of Roman archaeological finds. Over 100 houses were present in the mid 15th century but only two remained by 1802. The precise location is undisclosed. [178]
Narvestuna Unknown Village mentioned in Domesday in Clavering hundred. [179]
Nelonde Unknown Deserted medieval settlement thought to be located in the parish of Wreningham. The church was dedicated to St Peter and the parish was united with Great Wreningham by 1414. [180]
Ness East of Winterton-on-Sea or in Mautby parish Village mentioned in the Domesday Book. It was either lost to coastal erosion, possibly in the 17th or 18th century, or occupied a site in the parish of Mautby. [62][80][181]
Newton East of Gorleston Village lost to coastal erosion some time after 1567. The site would have been part of Suffolk until the county boundary was changed in 1974. [182]
North Barsham TF917 349 Probably site of deserted medieval village. [183]
North Lynn TF613 211 Deserted settlement to the north of Kings Lynn originally on the edge of The Wash. The church was washed away in 1271. Land reclamation means that the site is now on the banks of the River Great Ouse and is now a chemical works. [184]
Norton See Stoke-cum-Norton
Oby TG415 144 Deserted medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book and Nomina Villarum. [185]
Old Fulmodeston TF996 302 Site of medieval village to the south of present settlement. Located by pottery scatters from 11th to 13th century. [67][186]
Otterynghythe TL80 87 Possible site of a deserted medieval village. [187]
Panworth TF896 048 Mentioned in the Domesday Book but did not appear on a map of 1581. [188]
Pattesley TF899 241 Deserted medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book. The church was in ruins and abandoned by 1602. [189]
Pensthorpe, Kettlestone TF947 290 Site of deserted medieval village. Largely destroyed by gravel extraction. [190]
Petygards See Cotes
Pockthorpe TG128 063 Deserted medieval settlement site. [191]
Pudding Norton TF924 277 Deserted medieval village cleared to make way for thee grazing in the late 16th or early 17th century. The ruins of St Margaret's Church remain south of the mid-17th century Pudding Norton Hall. [192][193]
Quarles TF884 385 Village mentioned in the Domesday Book. Was joined with Egmere for taxation purposes by the 15th century. The church was ruined by 1571 and the village abandoned by 1713. [81][194]
Rackheath TG278 152 Site of deserted settlement which later moved further south to site of the current village. [195]
Rainthorpe TM202 972 Possible site of village recorded in the Domesday Book. [196]
Reston Unknown Lost settlement somewhere in the Gorleston area. Would have been part of Suffolk prior to boundary changes in 1835. [197]
Ringstead Parva TF684 399 Also referred to as Barrett Ringstead. Deserted medieval village. [198][199]
Ristuna TF622 017 Deserted medieval village abandoned by the 18th century. Mentioned in the Domesday Book and Nomina Villarum. [200]
Roudham TL956 872 Described as the "best and most extensive example" of a deserted medieval village in Norfolk.[201] A scheduled ancient monument. [201][202]
Rougham TF825 207 Deserted village occupied between the 11th and 15th centuries. [203]
Roxham TL638 997 Village deserted by the 16th century. [204]
Ryston See Ristuna
Santon TL828 873 Deserted medieval village site. [55][205]
Saxlingham Thorpe TM230 966 The parish church was ruined by 1687 as villagers moved to more effective agricultural sites. [206]
Semer Unknown Village mentioned in the Domesday Book and in land grants dating form the 14th century. The site is unknown but is likely to be in either the parish of Dickleburgh and Rushall or Pulham St Mary. [207]
Shipden North-east of Cromer Village mentioned in the Domesday Book (Cromer was not). Lost to coastal erosion by about 1400, with the first losses to the churchyard recorded in 1336. The site of the church tower was the possible cause of the sinking of the steam tug Victoria in 1888. [61][62][63][80][208][209]
Shotford TM251 821 Site of small medieval settlement. [210]
Shotesham St Mary TM238 988 Deserted medieval village. Shotesham was detailed as four parishes in the Domesday Book. [211][212]
Shouldham TF680 089 Site of deserted medieval village on the eastern edge of the modern village. [213]
Snore TL624 993 Possible site of village of Snore, mentioned in the Domesday Book [214]
Southgate or Sythgate TG137 245 Possible site of deserted medieval village [6][215]
Southmere or Summerfield TF748 385 Deserted medieval village. [216]
Southwood TG393 053 Possible site of deserted medieval village [217]
Sparham TF874 111 Earthworks identified as a deserted medieval village. Also known as Pinkneys. [218]
Stanford TL855 946 Village mentioned in the Domesday Book with earthworks remaining. The modern settlement was abandoned in 1942 when the Stanford Training Area was established with the removal of the remaining 110 inhabitants. The area remains a British Army training area with no permanent population. [44][46][219]
Stanninghall TG255 175 Deserted medieval village, the only remains of which are the ruined church tower. [220]
Stinton TG118 255 Deserted settlement mentioned in the Domesday Book in the parish of Salle. [221]
Stoke-cum-Norton Unknown Settlement is referred to in documents but the location is unknown. [222]
Sturston TL875 950 Medieval village listed in the Domesday Book and Nomina Villarum. Lost to enclosure of common land in 1597. Now part of the Stanford Military Training Area established in 1942 when 27 people were evacuated. [44][223][224]
Sutton TF895 206 Mentioned in the Domesday Book and deserted by the post medieval period [225]
Swathing TF986 058 Deserted medieval settlement mentioned in the Domesday Book. [226][227]
Tattersett St Andrew See Broomsthorpe
Testerton TF934 267 Deserted village which declined from the 17th century. Parish was abolished in 1935 and combined with Pudding Norton. [192][228]
Thorpe Parva TM161 794 Mentioned in the Domesday Book, the parish was united with Scole in 1482 and the church demolished in around 1540, with the tower remaining as a dovecote. One family lived in the village by 1739. [229]
Thorpland, Runcton Holme TF616 083 Deserted medieval village. Archaeological remains discovered during gravel extraction in 1964. [230]
Thorpland, Fakenham TF937 322 Site of a deserted medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book. [231]
Threxton TF885 001 Mentioned in the Domesday Book and Nomina Villarum, with 28 taxpayers in 1329 and 23 in 1377. Depopulated by 1635. [232]
Thurton TG100 214 Possible site of village mentioned in the Domesday Book and which was later known as Middleton-in-Witchingham. [233]
Thuxton TG035 075 Deserted village probably occupied between the 13th and 15th centuries. Heavy clay soils may have led to abandonment. Possibly also known as Thurmanston. [234]
Tofts Unknown Deserted medieval settlement mentioned in the Domesday Book. Combined with Great Ellingham for taxation purposes in the late 14th century. [235]
Toimere TF655 066 Deserted settlement mentioned in the Domesday Book. [236]
Tottington TL893 955 Site of a deserted medieval village. The modern village, which had 200 residents, was abandoned in 1942 when the Stanford Training Area was established. [44][237]
Twanton TM175 929 Possible site of deserted medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book. Also known as Tharanton. [238]
Venta Icenorum See Caistor St Edmund
Wallington TF626 076 Medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book and Nomina Villarum. Possibly removed to construct Wallington Hall in the 16th century. [239][240]
Walsingham, East Carleton Unknown Settlement mentioned in the Domesday Book and other documents as early as 1046. [241]
Washingford TM334 992 Site of deserted medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book. [242]
Waterden TF887 364 Deserted medieval village. Mentioned in the Domesday Book and Nomina Villarum. Land lost to agricultural enclosure from the 17th century was a reason for abandonment. [81][243]
Waxham Parva Near Waxham Lost to coastal erosion. Church records end suddenly in 1383 so the loss of the village can probably be dated to around this time. [63][80][208][244]
Wendling TF929 122 Site of deserted medieval village. [245]
West Harling TL975 852 Deserted medieval village mentioned in the Domesday book. Occupied until the 17th century. [110][246]
West Lexham TF843 171 Marked on a map of 1575 but mostly abandoned by 1771. [247]
West Tofts TL837 928 Deserted medieval village cleared to make way for the development of Lynford Hall park in the 17th century. The modern village and hall were evacuated in 1942 and became part of the Stanford Training Area. The population of 135 was rehoused. The hall was demolished after 1945 and the area is still controlled for military training by the British Army, although the parish church still stands and is used at Christmas for a carol service. [44][47][55][248]
Wighton TF95 39 A range of Iron Age and Roman settlement sites, including a substantial Roman town and two Iron Age hill forts are present in Wighton. [249]
Wilby TM032 900 A number of earthworks have been identified as former areas of habitation of the now shrunken village of Wilby. [250]
West Wretham TL900 914 Deserted medieval village mentioned in the Domesday Book and Nomina Villarum. Abandoned by 1793. [128][251]
Wimpwell or Whimpwell North-east of Happisburgh Village mentioned in the Domesday Book. Possibly lost to coastal erosion in the 15th century. [61][62][63][80][252]
Windall or Windle TM427 939 Approximate site of deserted medieval village. Also known as Wyndale. [253]
Winston TM401 931 The parish was joined with Gillingham in 1440 with the parish church having fallen into disuse by the 14th century. [254][255]
Wolterton TG164 324 Deserted village on the site of Wolterton Hall. Mentioned in the Domesday Book and the Nomina Villarum, it had 37 tax payers in 1377. [256][257]
Wyndale See Windall
Wyveling TF692 205 Deserted medieval settlement with Saxon and medieval pottery finds. Manor noted with Bawsey in the Nomina Villarum. [258]

List of possible lost settlements[edit]

In addition to confirmed or strongly suspected sites of lost villages, there are other locations which are believed to be the site of lost settlements. These are generally deserted medieval villages where there is some archaeological or other evidence to suggest that settlements existed but where identification is uncertain.

Settlement name Grid reference Notes References
East Walton TF74 15 Possible site of a deserted medieval settlement. [259]
Flockthorpe TG043 039 Possible site of deserted medieval settlement. [260]
Gnattington TF721 375 Marked on a map of 1631 as Gnattington Green and possibly the site of a deserted medieval village. [261]
Hackford TG077 222 Possible site of Hackford deserted medieval village. Hack ford remanned a separate parish until 1935. The site of the village is unclear. All Saints church was lost to fire in 1543 and little remains. [262][263][264]
Helmingham or Morton TG125 158 A possible site for Helmingham deserted medieval village, mentioned in the Domesday Book and Nomina Villarum. It is also suggested that Helmingham is elsewhere in the parish of Morton on the Hill and this site is possibly the village of Morton. [265]
Salle TG118 250 Earthworks in Salle Park which are indicative of a possible medieval village site. [266]
Whitwell TG089 214 Possible approximate site for a deserted medieval village. [262][267]
Wicken TF805176 Possible site of deserted medieval village. [268]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Welcome to Norfolk Deserted Villages, Literary Norfolk. Retrieved 2015-10-25.
  3. ^ Deserted settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-25.
  4. ^ Alethorpe deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  5. ^ Site of St Mary Magdalen's Chapel and possible site of Algarsthorpe medieval deserted settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-03.
  6. ^ a b Parish Summary: Cawston, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-30.
  7. ^ Alvington deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-30.
  8. ^ Medieval shrunken village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved2015-11-15.
  9. ^ Medieval settlement around Anmer Hall, List entry summary, Historic England. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  10. ^ St Mary's Church and Appleton deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-25.
  11. ^ Site of medieval village of Apton, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-11.
  12. ^ a b Parish Summary: Bixley, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-04.
  13. ^ Arminghall deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-04.
  14. ^ Ashby Deserted Medieval Village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-11.
  15. ^ Possible site of Ashby deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  16. ^ a b c d Parish Summary: Leziate, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  17. ^ Shrunken medieval village of Ashwicken, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  18. ^ Babingley deserted medieval settlement and multi-period finds, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  19. ^ Baconsthorpe deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-03.
  20. ^ Barn at Barmer Farm, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  21. ^ Roman settlement and multi-period finds, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  22. ^ Deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  23. ^ Driver.L (2008) Bawsey, Norfolk in The Lost Villages of England, pp. 86-87, London: New Holland Publishers (UK) Ltd. Available online, retrieved 2015-10-25.
  24. ^ Roman, Middle Saxon, Late Saxon and medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  25. ^ St Margaret's Church, Bayfield, Letheringsett with Glandford, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  26. ^ 'Wella' deserted medieval settlement, Beachamwell, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  27. ^ Site of probable medieval to post medieval enclosure, perhaps the site of Beeston St Andrew church, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  28. ^ Beeston St Lawrence deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-11.
  29. ^ Belhawe deserted medieval village, Bixley, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  30. ^ Bickerston deserted medieval village and ruin of St Andrew's Church, Barnham Broom, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 015-11-03.
  31. ^ Bixley deserted settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-04.
  32. ^ St Wandregesilius' Church, Bixley, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-04.
  33. ^ Boyland deserted medieval village and Hall, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-11.
  34. ^ Bowthorpe deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  35. ^ Brampton Roman town, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  36. ^ Parish Summary: Brancaster, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  37. ^ Site of Braydeston deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-11.
  38. ^ Roman town and Early Saxon cemetery, Brettenham and Bridgham, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  39. ^ Broomsthorpe Deserted Medieval Village, Historic England. Retrieved 2015-10-25.
  40. ^ Broomsthorpe/Sengham or Tattersett St Andrew deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  41. ^ Parish summary: Tattersett, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  42. ^ Browston deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-11.
  43. ^ Possible medieval mill and settlement, Norfolk heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  44. ^ a b c d e f Stanford Battle Training Area, Norfolk, pp.88-91 in Driver.L (2008) op. cit.
  45. ^ Site of Buckenham Tofts deserted medieval village and St Andrew's Church, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  46. ^ a b Parish Summary: Stanford, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  47. ^ a b Touring the Stanta ghost villages, Eastern Daily Press, 2006-06-17. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  48. ^ Parish Summary: Burgh Castle, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  49. ^ Site of Roman vicus, Burgh Castle, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  50. ^ Medieval shrunken village and multi-period pottery sherds, Church Lane, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  51. ^ Deserted medieval village of Burgh Parva, St Mary's Church and multi-period finds, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  52. ^ Possible site of Bylaugh deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-11.
  53. ^ Venta Icenorum (Caistor St Edmund) Roman town, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  54. ^ Caldecote deserted village and multi-period finds, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  55. ^ a b c d Parish Summary: Lynford, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  56. ^ Calvelly deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-11.
  57. ^ Deserted medieval village of Cantley, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-03.
  58. ^ Site of All Saints' Church, Cantelose/Cantley, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-03.
  59. ^ Earthworks of medieval village, Carleton Forehoe, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  60. ^ Choseley deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  61. ^ a b c d Photo Gallery: Exhibition reveals secrets of Norfolk’s Lost Villages, Eastern Daily Press, 2012-08-19. Retrieved 2015-11-03.
  62. ^ a b c d e f Aggregate dredging and the Norfolk coastline, British Marine Aggregate Producers Association & The Crown Estate, 2015. Retrieved 2015-11-03.
  63. ^ a b c d e f Historic Seascape Characterisation - East Yorkshire to Norfolk, Newcastle University. Retrieved 2015-11-04.
  64. ^ Clare deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  65. ^ Cley St Peter deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  66. ^ Clipstone deserted settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  67. ^ a b Parish summary: Fulmodeston, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  68. ^ Colveston deserted medieval settlement, Didlington, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-25.
  69. ^ Site of Roman settlement and deserted medieval settlement of Cotes or Petygards, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  70. ^ Cranwich deserted medieval village and multi-period finds, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-25
  71. ^ Possible site of Custhorpe deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  72. ^ Denton deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  73. ^ Didlington deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-11.
  74. ^ Site of Dunham deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  75. ^ Dunton deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  76. ^ Earlham deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-03.
  77. ^ Possible site of Eaton deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-11.
  78. ^ Eccles Deserted Village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-03.
  79. ^ Eccles-on-Sea, Literary Norfolk. Retrieved 2015-11-03.
  80. ^ a b c d e Art as a tool in the understanding of coastal change in East Anglia, The Crown Estate, 2010. Retrieved 2015-11-03.
  81. ^ a b c Egmere, Norfolk, pp.98-99 in Driver.L (2008) op. cit.
  82. ^ Egmere deserted medieval settlement and St Edmund's Church, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  83. ^ Erwellestun deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  84. ^ Lost in a Landscape: Felbrigg, Invisible Works, 2015-01-31. Retrieved 2015-10-25.
  85. ^ Foston deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  86. ^ St Andrew's church, Frenze, Scole, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-11.
  87. ^ Parish Summary: Riddlesworth, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  88. ^ St Nicholas' Church, Gasthorpe, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  89. ^ Gatton deserted medieval settlement - record 3488, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  90. ^ Gatton deserted medieval settlement - record 3502, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  91. ^ Medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  92. ^ Site of deserted medieval settlement of Glorestorp, East Winch Road, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  93. ^ a b Godwick deserted medieval settlement, Tittleshall, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-25.
  94. ^ Godwick, Norfolk, pp.95-97 in Driver.L (2008) op. cit.
  95. ^ The lost village of Godwick, Tittleshall cum Godwick. Retrieved 2015-10-25.
  96. ^ Godwick Hall. Retrieved 2015-10-25.
  97. ^ Godwick, Norfolk Deserted Villages. Retrieved 2015-10-25.
  98. ^ Great Barwick deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  99. ^ Great Palgrave deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  100. ^ Snarehill Hall, Great Snarehill Church and deserted settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-27.
  101. ^ Possible site of Grenesvill deserted medieval village and chapel, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-27.
  102. ^ Abandoned Communities Norfolk. Retrieved 2015-10-25
  103. ^ Gramston or Grenstein deserted village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-30.
  104. ^ Site of deserted medieval settlement, Manor Farm, Grimston, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  105. ^ Gunston Hall, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-30.
  106. ^ Parish Summary: Brandiston, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  107. ^ Parish Summary: Hales, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  108. ^ Site of Roman settlement and multi-period finds, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  109. ^ Map of deserted villages in Norfolk
  110. ^ a b c Parish Summary: Harling, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-30.
  111. ^ Harling Thorpe deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-30.
  112. ^ Hargham deserted medieval village (Hargham 24), Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  113. ^ Parish Summary: Heckingham, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  114. ^ Heckingham, Norfolk Deserted Villages. Retrieved 2015-10-25.
  115. ^ St Ethelbert's Church and deserted medieval settlement of Herringby, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-03.
  116. ^ Parish Summary: Bracon Ash, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-03.
  117. ^ Possible site of Hethel deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-03.
  118. ^ Hockwold shrunken medieval village, Peacocks Field, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  119. ^ Site of Holkham village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  120. ^ Site of deserted medieval village of Holme, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  121. ^ Deserted medieval village of Holt, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  122. ^ Parish Summary: Holverston, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  123. ^ Site of deserted medieval village of Houghton, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  124. ^ Earthworks of deserted medieval village of Houghton, North Drive, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  125. ^ Houghton on the Hill, Norfolk, pp.92-94 in Driver.L (2008) op. cit.
  126. ^ Site of medieval village of Houghton-on-the-Hill, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  127. ^ St Mary's Church, Houghton-on-the-Hill, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  128. ^ a b c Parish Summary: Wretham, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-03.
  129. ^ Site of Ingloss or Golosa Late Saxon to medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-11.
  130. ^ Site of St Andrew's Church, Irmingland, Oulton, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-30.
  131. ^ Deserted medieval settlement of Jerpestun, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  132. ^ Kempstone deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  133. ^ Roman small town or village and multi-period finds, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  134. ^ Kenningham deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-09.
  135. ^ Kettleton deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-07.
  136. ^ Deserted medieval and post medieval village of Kilverstone, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-27.
  137. ^ Railway workers' village, Kilverstone Heath, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  138. ^ Medieval and post medieval settlement, field systems, trackways and finds, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  139. ^ Kipton deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  140. ^ Deserted village of Langford, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  141. ^ Late Saxon pottery kiln and medieval settlement, Langhale, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  142. ^ Site of St Christopher's Church, Langhale, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  143. ^ Wilson.J.M (1870-1872) Langhale in Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales. Available online, retrieved 2015-10-26.
  144. ^ Letha deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  145. ^ Deserted medieval settlement of Letton, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  146. ^ Site of All Saints' Church, Leziate, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  147. ^ Little Appleton deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  148. ^ Little Bittering deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-30.
  149. ^ Little Bittering deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-30.
  150. ^ SS Peter and Paul's Church, Little Bittering, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-30.
  151. ^ Parish Summary: Shropham, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  152. ^ Little Breckles deserted medieval village, Shropham, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  153. ^ Parish Summary: Stow Bedon, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  154. ^ Great or Little Breckles deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  155. ^ Little Hockham deserted post medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  156. ^ Site of Little Hockham Church, Hockham, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  157. ^ Site of deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  158. ^ Little Snarehill deserted settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-27.
  159. ^ Site of St Mary's Church, Little Wacton, Norfolk Heriage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-07.
  160. ^ Wacton Hall and possible site of Little Wacton deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-07.
  161. ^ Parish Summary: Little Witchingham, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  162. ^ Deserted medieval settlement and church of Little Wreningham, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-07.
  163. ^ Little Wretham deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-03.
  164. ^ Lynford deserted medieval village and church, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  165. ^ Maidenhouse deserted medieval port, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  166. ^ Maideston deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  167. ^ Parish Summary: Itteringham, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-30.
  168. ^ Cannington Hall, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-30.
  169. ^ Markshall deserted village and church, Caistor St Edmund, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-04.
  170. ^ Medieval earthworks of Matlask village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  171. ^ Late Neolithic, Saxon and medieval site, Harling, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-30.
  172. ^ Little Barwick or Middleton deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  173. ^ Parish summary: Middleton, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  174. ^ St Michael's Church and Mintlyn deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  175. ^ Mora deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  176. ^ Parish Summary: Morley, Norfolk Hertitage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  177. ^ Deserted medieval settlement, Morley St Peter, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  178. ^ Roman settlement and deserted medieval village, Narford, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  179. ^ Narvestuna deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  180. ^ Site of Nelonde deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  181. ^ Medieval village of Ness, Decoy Farm, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-11.
  182. ^ Newton Deserted Medieval Village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  183. ^ North Barsham deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-11.
  184. ^ North Lynn deserted medieval village and church, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-27.
  185. ^ Manor Farmhouse, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-03.
  186. ^ Old Fulmodeston deserted settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  187. ^ Possible site of Otterynghythe deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  188. ^ Panworth deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  189. ^ Pattesley deserted medieval village and Pattesley House, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  190. ^ Pensthorpe deserted medieval village, church and multi-period finds, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-30.
  191. ^ Former earthworks of medieval to post medieval shrunken settlement, Pockthorpe, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  192. ^ a b Parish Summary: Pudding Norton, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-30.
  193. ^ Pudding Norton deserted village and church of St Margaret, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-30.
  194. ^ Quarles deserted medieval settlement and church, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  195. ^ Site of small enclosures of possible medieval to post medieval date, perhaps the former site of Rackheath village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  196. ^ Rainthorpe Hall and the possible site of Rainthorpe deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-09.
  197. ^ Medieval settlement of Reston, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  198. ^ Barret Ringstead or Ringstead Parva deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  199. ^ Ringstead Parva, Pastscape, Historic England. Retrieved 2015-10-26
  200. ^ Ristuna deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  201. ^ a b Roudham deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  202. ^ Roudham deserted medieval village, Historic England. Retrieved 2015-10-26
  203. ^ Rougham shrunken village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  204. ^ Roxham deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  205. ^ Medieval moated site and Santon deserted medieval village at St Helen's picnic site, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  206. ^ Ruins of St Mary's Church, Saxlingham Thorpe, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  207. ^ Semer deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-11.
  208. ^ a b Parish Summary: North Sea, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-11.
  209. ^ Site of Shipden medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-11.
  210. ^ Shotford deserted settlement, and Shotford Hall and barn, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-11.
  211. ^ Shotesham St Mary deserted medieval village and post medieval park and gardens, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-27.
  212. ^ Parish Summary Shotesham, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-27.
  213. ^ Shouldham shrunken medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  214. ^ Snore Hall and possible site of Snore deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  215. ^ Sygate or Southgate deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-30.
  216. ^ Southmere or Summerfield deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  217. ^ Possible site of Southwood deserted medieval village and cropmarks of multi-period features, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  218. ^ Pinkneys or Sparham deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  219. ^ Stanford deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  220. ^ Stanninghall deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-03.
  221. ^ Stinton deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-30.
  222. ^ Norton deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  223. ^ Site of Sturston Deserted Settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  224. ^ Parish Summary: Sturston, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  225. ^ Sutton (Launditch Hundred) deserted village, Tittleshall, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  226. ^ Deserted medieval settlement of Swathing (11974), Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  227. ^ Deserted medieval settlement of Swathing (25910), Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  228. ^ Testerton deserted village and Church of St Remigius, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-30.
  229. ^ Thorpe Parva deserted settlement and church of St Mary, Scole, Norfolk Heritage Gateway. Retrieved 2015-11-03.
  230. ^ Thorpland deserted medieval village (near Runcton Holme), Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  231. ^ Thorpland deserted medieval village (near Fakenham), Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  232. ^ Threxton deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  233. ^ Site of Thurton, or Middleton-in-Witchingham deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-11.
  234. ^ Thuxton deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-03.
  235. ^ Tofts deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-11.
  236. ^ Toimere deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  237. ^ Tottington deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  238. ^ Site of Twanton (Tharanton) medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-07.
  239. ^ Wallington deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  240. ^ Wallington Park, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  241. ^ Deserted Late Saxon settlement of Walsingham, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  242. ^ Washingford deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Hertitage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-11.
  243. ^ Waterden deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  244. ^ Site of Little Waxham medieval settlement and St Margaret's Church, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-11.
  245. ^ Site of deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-14.
  246. ^ West Harling deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-30.
  247. ^ West Lexham shrunken village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  248. ^ West Tofts deserted medieval village and site of great house, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  249. ^ Parish Summary: Wighton, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  250. ^ Wilby Shrunken Village, Quidenham, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  251. ^ Ruins of St Lawrence's Church and site of the deserted medieval settlement of West Wretham, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  252. ^ Whimpwell deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-11.
  253. ^ Wyndale deserted medieval settlement, Gillingham, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-11.
  254. ^ Parish Summary: Gillingham, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  255. ^ Site of Winston church, Gillingham, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-15.
  256. ^ Wolterton, Norfolk Deserted Villages. Retrieved 2015-10-25.
  257. ^ Wolverton deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-25.
  258. ^ Site of Wyveling deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  259. ^ Deserted medieval settlement, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26
  260. ^ Site of deserted medieval settlement of Flockthorpe, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  261. ^ Possible site of Gnattington deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  262. ^ a b Parish Summary: Reepham, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-24.
  263. ^ Hackford Hall and Hackford Deserted Medieval Village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  264. ^ Ruins of All Saints' Church, Hackford, Reepham, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-11-24.
  265. ^ Medieval hollow ways and possible site of Helmingham or Morton deserted village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-30.
  266. ^ Salle deserted village and dovecote, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-30.
  267. ^ Whitwell Deserted Medieval Village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.
  268. ^ Wicken deserted medieval village, Norfolk Heritage Explorer. Retrieved 2015-10-26.

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