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Norfolk: Bergh Apton

For more information about this parish see Norfolk Parish Links.
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Modern and Historical Maps of this Parish.

Bergh Apton is about 7 miles S.E. of Norwich.
The name may also be found as Berghapton, Burgh Apton and Burghapton.

Cemeteries

See Norfolk Parish Links: Cemeteries

Census

See also Norfolk Parish Links: Censuses

Church Directories

Church History

Eleven Churches, a Guide to the Bramerton Group, Norfolk.
See Hellington

Description and Travel

Bergh Apton Village Pages
News, events, parish council, societies, pictures, etc.
See also Norfolk Parish Links: Description and Travel

Directories

See also Norfolk Parish Links: Directories

Historical Geography

Bergh Apton is in Clavering hundred.

Land and Property

Inclosure
See Alpington.
Kelly, Geoffrey Ian
Bergh Apton Manor, a history.
[Typescript in Norwich Local Studies Library, 1990]
Kelly, Geoffrey Ian
Bergh Apton Post Office, a history.
[1992]
Kelly, Geoffrey Ian
Bergh Apton Rectory from the 11th century to 1961.
[Typescript in Norwich Local Studies Library, 1996]
Kelly, Geoffrey Ian
Church Farm, Bergh Apton, a history.
[1992]
Kelly, Geoffrey Ian
Tantallon, The Street, Bergh Apton, a history.
[1980s]
Kelly, Geoffrey Ian
Town Farm, Bergh Apton, a history.
[1992]  
Kelly, Geoffrey Ian
Washingford House, Bergh Apton, a history.
[1992]
See also Norfolk Parish Links: Land and Property

Maps

Parish outline and location.
See Parish Map for Loddon and Clavering Registration District, 1836
Modern and Historical Maps
Maps of the parish and nearby places.
See also Norfolk Parish Links: Maps

Military Records

Roll of Honour
World Wars 1 and 2.

Poorhouses, Poor Law, etc

Voting Registers

See Norfolk Parish Links: Voting Registers
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March 2005