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Norfolk: East Dereham

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Business and Commerce Records

Crane, John L. B.
We made trailers: the history of Cranes (Dereham) Ltd to 1960.
[ISBN 090461445X, Oswestry, 1991]

Cemeteries

Mid-Norfolk Family History Society
Surname Index to East Dereham Cemetery Burials (1869-1921).
[Mid-Norfolk FHS, 1990s]
See also Norfolk Parish Links: Cemeteries

Census

See Norfolk Parish Links: Censuses

Church Records

Mid-Norfolk Family History Society
The Burial Registers of the Church of St Nicholas, East Dereham, Norfolk, Part II (1776-1908).
[Mid-Norfolk FHS, 199-]
Seaman, Peter J. and Palgrave-Moore, Patrick
Norfolk nonconformist registers. No.1: Mattishall & Dereham Congregational 1772-1837, Mattishall & Watton Primitive Methodist 1832-1837; transcribed and indexed.
[Norwich, Norfolk & Norwich Genealogical Society, 1983]
See also Norfolk Parish Links: Church Records

Directories

See Norfolk Parish Links: Directories

History

Armstrong, Benjamin John
Norfolk diary: further passages from the diary of the Reverend Benjamin John Armstrong, Vicar of East Dereham, 1850-88; edited by his grandson Herbert B.J. Armstrong.
[London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1963]
Boston, Canon Noel and Puddy, Dr Eric
Dereham, the Biography of a Country Town.
[1952]
Carthew, George Alfred
The town we live in: a lecture delivered to the East Dereham Mechanics' Institute upon the origin and history of that town.
[London: Whittaker, 1857]
Cook, Mildred
Looking back at Dereham.
[Dereham: Nostalgia Publications, 1984]
Norton, Ben
The Story of East Dereham.
[ISBN 0850339081, Phillimore, (199-)]
Rose, Martial
The Reverend Benjamin John Armstrong, vicar of East Dereham, 1850-1888: a vignette.
[East Dereham Parochial Church Council, Pamphlet, 1987]
Workers' Educational Association, East Dereham Branch
Early nineteenth century and Victorian Dereham.
[Dereham: WEA East Dereham Branch, 1989]

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May 2000