Additional information for this site:
For village information
GENUKI has further information on Mulbarton history + useful links
There is more information that relates to Mulbarton at the sister websites for our neighbouring parishes of Bracon Ash & Hethel at their history website and Flordon at Flordon history - DO HAVE A LOOK!
For Norfolk Information
Websites to explore Mulbarton and other villages - use the search box to find what you want.
Norfolk Heritage Explorer - database of archeological finds, sites, and buildings
Norfolk Map Explorer - allows you to see and overlay old maps & 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, zoom in on the Norfolk map to find the map you want. List includes OS 25" to 1 mile. Note, Mulbarton is on a sheet boundary.
Norfolk Record Office - the place to go (literally) for archives of ours and any village
Picture Norfolk - the library service 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 c.1830-1960
Norfolk Churches - over 900 of them!
Norfolk Pubs - with details of existing and long-shut pubs & their landlords
Norfolk Mills - has an index to windmills and millers
Finds by metal detectorists recorded under the Potable Antiquities Scheme - type 'Mulbarton' (or anywhere else) in the searchbox...
For other information
Information from the Mulbarton Church Registers are on FreeReg - search for free!
Norfolk Family History Society has a search-room at Kirby Hall in Norwich and an on-line data base for members. Excellent for anyone with family connections in Norfolk.
FindMyPast is a subscription family history website which holds searchable images of many Norfolk registers (but NOT Mulbarton) - can be accessed free from Norfolk libraries and the Record Office. Under 'Search' go to 'A-Z of record sets', type 'Norfolk'
Workhouses - Swainsthorpe was the Henstead Union Workhouse
....to Tharston History Society and its Webmaster for inspiring & instructing about this project