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Norfolk: East Rudham

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East Rudham is about 7 miles W.S.W. of Fakenham.
See also West Rudham.

Cemeteries

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Census

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Church Records

East Rudham Marriages 1562-1837, with protestation roll for 1641/2.
See Phillimore's Marriage Registers, Volume 8.
Parish Registers
List of Surnames of People who come from other Parishes
(these people are often known as "Strays")
Parish Register Transcripts
Baptisms, Marriages and Burials.
Bishop's Transcripts
Marriages.
See also Norfolk Parish Links: Church Records

Description and Travel

East and West Rudham
This is a link to an archived copy.
See also Norfolk Parish Links: Description and Travel

Directories

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History

Domesday Book
Entries for East and West Rudham.
Astley, Hugh John Dukinfield
Two Norfolk villages.
(East Rudham and West Rudham)
[Journal of the British Archaeological Association, Second or New series, 7; 1901]
[Norwich, Agas H. Goose (revised and reprinted from the above journal, with additional notes and translations), 1901]

Land and Property

Great Britain. Inclosure Commissioners
Statement of claims (59): East Rudham, West Rainham and Helhoughton.
Drawn up in pursuance of the Act of Inclosure, 1819.
[1819]
Great Britain: Statute
East Rudham, West Rainham and Helhoughton Inclosure Act, 1819.
An act for inclosing lands in the parishes of East Rudham, West Rainham, and Helhoughton, in the county of Norfolk: 19th May 1819.
[London, George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, 1819]
See also Norfolk Parish Links: Land and Property
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January 2003