KIRSTEAD HOUSE, RECTORY AND CHURCH
Attached are two picture postcards.
The postcards both date from the very earliest part of the 20th century.
Kirstead Rectory and Church.
I came across the following picture recently
and thought it might be of interest.
It comes from a book titled 'Beautiful Norfolk Buildings' by Stanley J. Wearing.
Its location is shown on the Ordinance Survery map. - Jeremy Woolsey
Read about Kirstead Hall, Norfolk
Ordinance Survey map of the area which shows the Kirstead House farm and the church. The Rectory does not appear to exist as the picture shows it close to the church.
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Following extracts for Langhale and Kirstead from Blomefield's Topographical History of Norfolk published c1739.
There is no mention of any Woolseys.
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