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Cross Hill 1 The location of Feltwell settlement stone. Cross Hill 2 Brief discussion on the three types of Cross
Odd Bits of Land in Feltwell Mud Island, Common Bank, Plowman's Drove. Bell Street How it got its name from the casting of church bells.
Feltwell Roads A poem. The Feltwell Oak Detail on the Oak Tree and Moots.
Owlsholm Lane Mudgin pits. The Borough A triangular piece of land in Feltwell.
Our Neighbours A few tales about neighbouring villages. Grimshoe Hundred The origin of Grimshoe and of Hundreds.
Feltwell Manors Manors explained and details of the seven in Feltwell. The Devil's Dyke Thoughts on the role of the Devil in this area.
Old Field Names Field name details from the time of Edward I. Pounds A short piece on the 3 Feltwell (com)pounds.
Map of the Public Houses With names. History of the Almshouses With up-to-date information.
Manchester House A brief history. The Cock Inn Cock-fighting.
Mills and Millers A history of Feltwell Mills and Millers. The Mission Hall Henry Waldren, the Tabernacle, the Wesleyan Chapel.
The Heath and Denton Capt. Denton, Gibbet, Whipping-Post, Feltwell Lodge. The Excavation of Western Close Notes on the excavation of this site prior to houses being built.
Owners and Landlords of The Chequers Inn A chronological list. Owners and Landlords of The Oak Hotel A chronological list.
The End of South Hall Newspaper article from 1978