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Worstead is about 7 miles E. of Aylsham.
- The parish is in the deanery of Waxham, in the archdeaconry of
- The parish church is dedicated to St Mary.
Nearby Churches of all denominations.
- Church of St Mary
- Description and pictures.
- Church of St Mary
- Picture of the church.
- Long, Anthony
- Worstead Church (St Mary), Norfolk.
[Worstead, The Church, 1970s]
- These are included in
Boyd's Marriage Index.
They are not included in Phillimore's Marriage Registers.
- Parish Registers
For the civil registration of births, marriages and deaths between 1837
and 1869 (and for the censuses in 1851 and 1861), Worstead was in
Tunstead and Happing Registration District.
This district was renamed on 1st January 1870 and, from then until 1930,
Worstead was in
Smallburgh Registration District
for civil registration and for the censuses of 1871 to 1901.
Description and Travel
- Worstead Parish Council
- Description, history, events, parish council, etc.
- Briggate Mill at Worstead
- Description, history and pictures.
- Worstead Railway Station
- Pictures of the station.
- Rendall, Ian (editor)
- Worstead Woven, a Village Compendium.
[Worstead, Worstead Festival, 2000]
Worstead is in Tunstead hundred.
Land and Property
- Great Britain: Statute
- Worstead Enclosure Act, 1821.
An act for dividing and allotting lands in the parish of Worstead,
in the county of Norfolk.
[George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, 1821]
- Modern and Historical Maps
- Maps of the parish.
- Roll of Honour
- World Wars 1 and 2.
- Allison, Keith John
- The Wool Supply and the Worsted Cloth Industry in Norfolk in the
sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
[University of Leeds Dissertation, 1955]
- Lipson, Ephraim
- The History of the Woollen and Worsted Industries.
[The Histories of English Industries, London, A. and C. Black, 1921]
Poorhouses, Poor Law, etc
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