Useful LINKS         


Additional information for this site:

TRANSCRIPTS of Mulbarton Baptisms;  Burials;  Marriages (Groom alphabetical by surname; Bride alphabetical by surname);  Churchyard Monumental Inscriptions;   
1876 Poor Law Rate Book transcript
1921 census for Mulbarton, transcript;
1939 Register for Mulbarton, transcript;

For village information:

Mulbarton village website

Mulbarton church website

Mulbarton Parish Council website

There is more information that relates to Mulbarton at our neighbouring parishes of....
Bracon Ash & Hethel history website

Flordon history website

For other village nearby check out the websites for Swardeston history;   Wreningham history;   Ashwellthorpe history;  Tharston history;  Newton Flotman history

For Norfolk information:

Websites where you can explore more about Mulbarton or any other village that interests you - use the search-box to find what you want.

Norfolk Heritage Explorer - a data-base of archaeological finds, sites and building.

Norfolk Map Explorer allows you to overlay old maps and air photos

For a variety of maps of the area, go to the National Library of Scotland and type 'Mulbarton / Norfolk' in the search box; or zoom in on the Norfolk map to find the sheet you want. The list includes OS 25" to 1 mile. Note, Mulbarton is on a sheet boundary.

Norfolk Record Office is the place to go (literally) for archives of our village and anywhere else in Norfolk. The NORCAT catalogue can be searched online.

Norfolk Family History Society has a search-room at their HQ, Kirby Hall (St Giles Street, Norwich) and a useful on-line database for members. Membership currently £12 a year. Facebook page FREE. Excellent for anyone with family connections in Norfolk.

Picture Norfolk - the library service that offers a collection of old photographs

Images of England - a photo record of buildings of interest to English Heritage

Vision of Britain - some interesting statistics from about 1830 to 1960

Norfolk Churches - over 900 of them!

Norfolk Pubs - with details of existing and long-shut pubs and their landlords

Norfolk Mills - information on windmills, water mills and millers

Workhouses - Swainsthorpe was the Henstead Union Workhouse

The Portable Antiquities Scheme lists finds made by metal detectorists - type 'Mulbarton' (or anywhere else) in the searchbox

There are also links to specific sites on the relevant pages (listed left), including War Graves; Hethel Airfield; Lords of the Manor.