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St Theobald, Great Hautbois


Notes: Hautboys, (Great) on the north side of the Bure, eight miles N.N.E. of Norwich, is a small village and parish, with 162 inhabitants, and about 589 acres of land, mostly belonging to Lord Suffield, the lord of the manor. The Church (St. Theobald,) has a round tower, and is a rectory, valued in the King's Book at 4.6s.8d. Samuel Bignold, Esq., is the patron. [William White's History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Norfolk 1845. Transcr. Richard Johns].
St Theobald's Church still stands, but was replaced in 1864 by the new Holy Trinity Church on the road to Coltishall.

Latitude: 52.7342, Longitude: 1.3484


St Theobald, Great Hautbois
St Theobald, Great Hautbois
George Edmund Tatham, Rector, 1858-1859


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1 Tatham, George Edmund  1858 - 1859St Theobald, Great Hautbois I0025