Norfolk: Thorpe Parva


William White's History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Norfolk 1845

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THORPE PARVA, 2½ miles E. of Diss, has only 18 souls, and about 350 acres of land, all in one farm, occupied by Mr. John Lines, and belonging to George St. Vincent Wilson, Esq., the patron of the Church (Virgin Mary,) which has been long in ruins, and the rectory (only £6 a year,) consolidated with Billingford; but the parish maintains its poor jointly with Scole and Frenze.

See also the Thorpe Parva parish page.

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July 2003