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Mattishall is about 5 miles E. of East Dereham.
See also Mattishall Burgh.
- Mattishall Churches
- All Saints, St Peter, Methodist, Evangelical,
United Reformed, and the Old Moor Chapel.
Description, pictures, etc.
- Mattishall Methodist Church
- Minister, picture, etc.
- Jolly, Cyril
- The story of Methodism in Mattishall.
- Bishop's Transcripts
- Mid-Norfolk FHS
- A History of Mattishall United Reformed Church, including a
history of the Independent and Congregational Churches there
1772-1998, marriages 1882-1997, deaths 1780-1998, memorial
inscriptions from Badley Moor, which is the redundant burial
ground adjacent to the Old Moor Meeting House and Welgate
Chapel, and a list of ministers from 1650).
[Mid-Norfolk FHS, 1999?]
- 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 and Norwich Genealogical Society, 1983]
Description and Travel
- Mattishall and Mattishall Burgh Village Pages
- Description, history, churches, pictures, wartime, news,
local businesses, etc.
- Barringer, J.C. (ed)
- Towards a history of Mattishall: from research by the
Village History Group of Mattishall Society.
[Mattishall, the Society, 1977]
Land and Property
- Great Britain. Inclosure Commissioners
- Statement of Claims: Mattishall.
Drawn up in pursuance of the Act of Inclosure, 1801.
- Great Britain: Statute
- Mattishall Inclosure Act, 1801.
An act for dividing, allotting, and inclosing the open fields,
commons, and waste lands, within the parish of Mattishall, in
the county of Norfolk.
- Maps of Mattishall
- Mattishall Airfield
- Description, history, pictures, etc.
- Bingham, Derek
- Mattishall Airfield and the Zeppelins, 1916-19.
[Privately published, 1999]
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