"Norwell Parish comprises the three townships of Norwell, Norwell Woodhouse, and Carlton-on-Trent, which together contain 957 inhabitants and about 3,991 acres of land, which was exonerated from tithe at the enclosure in 1826. Norwell is a large village upon a declivity, 7 miles north-west by north of Newark, comprising within its township 599 inhabitants and 2,701a 1r 9p of land, of which its three prebendaries in Southwell Collegiate Church were lords and principal owners, and their lands are let to several lessees. The prebends were distinguished by the names of Norwell Overhall, Norwell Pallishall and Norwell Tertia. The first was said to be richer than any other possessed by the Chapter of Southwell, but these are lapsed to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners of England. The church, dedicated to St Lawrence, is a large ancient structure, with name, chancel, aisles and tower with three bells. It was formerly in two vicarages, each valued at £4 12s 11d, but they are now consolidated, of the value of £336, and were in the patronage of the two prebendaries of Norwell Overhall and Norwell Tertia, but now in that of the Ecclesastical Commissioners. The Rev. Edward Chaplin is incumbent, for whom the Rev. Richard Chaplin M.A. officiates, and resides at the vicarage, near the church." [WHITE's "Directory of Nottinghamshire," 1853]
Norwell is a parish comprised of three townships; Norwell, Norwell Woodhouse and WIlloughby, about 8 miles north-east of Southwell, 7 miles northwest of Newark-on-Trent and 131 miles north of London.
Willoughby is about .75 miles north-north-east of Norwell village. Norwell Woodhouse if about 2 miles west-north-west of Norwell. Carlton is a former chapelry of Norwell, about 3 miles north-east of Norwell. If you are planning a visit:
By automobile, take the A1 trunk road north out of Newark-on-Trent. Exit to the left at Cromwell and turn left in the centre of that village and follow the road out to Norwell (about 1 mile).
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