History of Norfolk/Volume 2

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Including the hundreds (administrative areas) of:

  • Thetford, a history of the town;
  • Grimeshou, including the villages and towns of:
    • Croxton
    • Santon (now Santon Downham)
    • Weting (now Weeting)
    • Keburn (now, as then, extinct)
    • Wilton (now Hockwold cum Wilton)
    • Hockwold (now Hockwold cum Wilton)
    • Feltwell
    • Methwold
    • Northwold
    • Wittington Hamlet (now Whittington)
    • Cranwich
    • Coulston, or Colveston (now Colveston)
    • Ickburgh
    • Mundford
    • Sturston
    • Stanford
    • West-tofts (now West Tofts)
    • Linford (now Lynford)
    • Bukenham-parva, or Little-Bukenham (now ?)
  • Wayland, including the villages and towns of:
    • Breccles-magna, or Great Breccles
    • Stow (now Stow Bedon)
    • Caston
    • Rockland St Peter
    • Elingham-parva, or Little Elingham (now Little Ellingham)
    • Griston
    • Ovington
    • Merton
    • Watton
    • Saham-Tony (now Saham Toney)
    • Little Carbrook (now Carbrooke)
    • Great Carbrook (now Carbrooke)
    • Scoulton
    • Ashill
    • Tottington
    • Threxton
    • Thowmpson (now Thompson)
  • Forehoe, including the villages and towns of:
    • Bixton (now extinct)
    • Bernham-Broom (now Barnham Broom)
    • Bowthorp (now Bowthorpe)
    • Bawburgh
    • Easton
    • Crownthorp (now Crownthorpe)
    • Carleton Forehoe
    • Cossey (now Costessey)
    • Colton
    • Hingham
    • Huningham (now Honingham)
    • Welborne
    • Marlingford
    • Wiclewood (now Wicklewood)
    • Brandon (now Brandon Parva)
    • Corston (now Coston)
    • Runhal (now Runhall)
    • Morley
    • Bereford (now Barford)
    • Wramplingham
    • Little-Elingham (see above)
    • Depham (now Deopham)
    • Hackford
    • Windham (now Wymondham)
    • Flockthorp (now extinct)
    • Kimberley


All other place names ostensibly remained unchanged from 1736 to the present day (2009).