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St Mary's Parish Church Watton (91086)
This historic building so well used through the centuries. Our ancestors, the people of Watton, were baptised, married and buried here. They all left their mark in some small way, be it only their names in the registers or on a memorial stone in the churchyard. A new booklet of St Mary’s Parish Church Watton is now available Price £2.00 + 25p for P&P JL 2/2009
Smith family at Watton (36646)
I'm hoping for any info about Edward & Susan Smith and their son (also Edward) who lived at Watton in 1852. I should be very grateful for any help
Notices Of The Town And Parish Of Watton (16074)
Norfolk Archaeology, 3 (1852), 319-414. T. Barton, Notices of the town and parish of Watton. Starts with a letter from T Barton to Dawson Turner in flowery language. Watton does not contain "any stately monuments, peculiar manorial customs, richbrasses, stained glass, or ìivy-mantled towers". There follows various items about Watton. "Possesses amongst its muniments a very old Town-book, from which I have made copious extracts, relating particularly to that remarkable custom,'The Drinkyns'. Rest about manorial lords and the church, mainly its monuments". (The Town-book referred to is on microfilm in Norfolk Record Office.)

 
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