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Smallburgh.

1854 Snettisham

1867 Snoring, Great

1853 Little

1853 Somerton, East and West 1867 Southacre

1882 Sporle

1871 Stalham

1870 Stiffkey

1862 Stow Bardolph

1855 Stratton St. Mary

1866 St. Michael

1866 Swaffham

1851, 1890 Swafield

1854 Swanton Morley

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Walsingham, Great

1864 Greyfriars 1853 Little 1853, 1864

Priory 1853, 1864 Walsoken

1855 Walton, West

1855 Warborough Hill

1862 Warham All Saints.

1862 St. Mary

1862 Watton

1863 Weasenham.

1874 Weeting Castle

1866 Church

1866 Grimes Graves 1866 Welborne

1869 Wells

1862 Westacre

1882 Weybourne

1886 Whitwell

1859 Wicklewood.

1860 Wiggenhall St. Mary 1855

Ilall 1855 Wighton

1864 Wilby

1888 Wilton

1881 Wimbotsham

1855 Wingfield (Suffolk).

1858 Winterton

1867 Wisbeach (Cambridgeshire). 1855 Wiveton

1862 Wolferton

1887 Woodton

1880 Worstead

1854 Wortham (Suffolk)

1864 Wroxham

1872 Wymondham

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Tasburgh

1866 Terrington St. Clement 1855 Thetford

1849, 1883 Castle Hills 1849, 1883 King's House 1883 Nunnery (Suffolk) 1883

Priory 1849, 1883 Thompson

1878 Thornham

1867 Threxton

1863 Tibenham

1875 Tilney All Saints

1855 Tivetshall

1875 Toft Monks .

1868 Toftrees

1853, 1874 Tottington

1863 Trowse

1876 Trunch

1854, 1889 Tuddenham, East

1869 North

1869 Tunstead

1854, 1889

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GENERAL INDEX

TO VOLS. XI.-XX.

OF

Norfolk Archäology

COMPILED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE COMMITTEE OF THE

NORFOLK AND NORWICH ARCHÆOLOGICAL SOCIETY

BY THE LATE

JOHN OLORENSHAW,

Hon. Member,

AND

A LIST OF THE PRINCIPAL PLACES VISITED,

JULY, 1890, TO DECEMBER, 1927.

NORWICH: PRINTED BY GOOSE & SON, Ltd.

PREFATORY NOTE.

one

of

The Norfolk and Norwich Archæological Society has for many years projected an Index to Volumes XI. to XX. of its Publication, and through the interest and industry of the late Mr. Olorenshaw the MS. work was completed last year, but, most unfortunately, the sudden death of the compiler prevented him from seeing it through the press. As a result, the task of general arrangement and proof-correcting has been very great difficulty and intricacy, and has only been accomplished through the combined and invaluable efforts of Mr. F. Johnson and Mr. A. W. Goose, with some assistance from the Editorial Secretary.

It is hoped that members of the Society, and other readers, will take into consideration the above-mentioned circumstances when they judge the work as a whole, and make due allowance for any defects or errors which the Index may contain.

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