Preface | Quick Quide | Northwold Enters Written History | The Ely Connection | Northwold in Domesday
Northwold’s Greatest Son – A Benedictine Monk | Bishop Hugh’s Early English Church | From Early English to Decorated
Early Rectors, the Black Death & a Wall Painting | The Easter Sepulchre | Who Was John Sterlynge (or Starling or Stalyng)?
How St. Andrew’s Acquired Its Tower | The Tudor Period | Northwold Under The Stuarts and Cromwell
Georgian St. Andrew’s | Modern Times – From Charles Norman Onwards | A Brief Note on Sources
A BRIEF NOTE ON SOURCES
EARLY HISTORY

Index to the Charters and Rolls in the British Museum.

Domesday Book

The Penguin Dictionary of Saints

The Beginnings of English Society, by Dorothy Whitelock,
in the Pelican History of England

Liber Albus of the Abbey of St. Edmunds: Harleian Ms 1005

Chronica Maiora of Matthew Paris, a monk of St. Albans in the 13th century

The Dictionary of National Biography

ARCHITECTURAL FEATURES

The Buildings of England, North West and South Norfolk,
by Nikolaus Pevsner, Penguin 1984

Norfolk Churches, by H.M. Cautley, 1949

Country Churches – Norfolk, by J.C. Cox

Work by Simon Cotton and Roy Tricker for the Norfolk Churches Trust

The Popular Guide to Norfolk Churches – West and South West Norfolk,
by D.P. Mortlock and C.V. Roberts, 1985

Norfolk, by Arthur Mee

England’s Thousand Best Churches, by Simon Jenkins, 1999

John Aubrey’s Brief Lives (for references to Dr. Burhill’s plaque)

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC HISTORY

A Social History of England, by Ailsa Briggs 1987

English Social History, by G.M. Trevelyan, 1946

White’s Gazeteer of Norfolk, 1845

Burke’s Peerage

The National Gallery

Norfolk Record Office

 

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