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history, antiquities, & geology, of Bacton, in Norfolk

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Geology -- England -- Bacton (Norfolk), Bacton, Eng. (Norfolk) -- History, Bacton, Eng. (Norfolk) -- Antiqu
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Charles Green. The history, antiquities, and geology of Bacton in Norfolk. [Norwich, Fletcher, ] Jennings, Walton The Story of Bacton, Norfolk. [2 volumes, Typescript in Norwich Local Studies Library, ] Pearce, Christopher Bromholm Priory: a case study of an English Cluniac monastic site.

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Bacton and District History Group added 2 new photos to the album Bacton during the Second World War. Henry Charles Chamberlain while serving in the Home guard.

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[2 volumes, Typescript in Norwich. On the scenic north-east Norfolk coast road is the village of Bacton, Norfolk, England, better known these days for its gas terminal bringing in a vital source of energy. However, in medieval times it was a very different continental import which put this place on the map.

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History and antiquities of the county of Norfolk. Publication date Topics Norfolk. The history, antiquities and geology of Bacton in Norfolk • Green, E.B. Notes on recently discovered remains of extinct Norfolk mammals, Transactions of the Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists' Society, 19 (part 2), pp History of Bacton and Edingthorpe.

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() Josiah Fletcher: Norwich. They include the front cover and Fig The latter shows the section from Happisburgh to Trimingham. Full text of the Geology of Bacton district chapter.

BACTON, a parish in Tunstead district, Norfolk; on the coast, 4½ miles NE of North Walsham r. station, and 19 NNE of Norwich. It includes the hamlets of Bacton Green, Bromholm, and Keswick; and has a post office under Norwich. Acres, 1,; of which are water. Real property, £3, The History, Antiquities, And Geology Of Bacton, In Norfolk () by Charles Green.

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Bacton is a village and civil parish in Suffolk, England, about 8 kilometres ( mi) north of village appeared as 'Bachetuna' in the Domesday Book and the area appears to have been settled at least since Roman ct: Mid Suffolk.

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