Garboldisham

Garboldisham is a village and civil parish, part of Guiltcross (hundred) in the Breckland district, in Norfolk, England, near the boundary with Suffolk.wikipedia
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Breckland District

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Garboldisham is a village and civil parish, part of Guiltcross (hundred) in the Breckland district, in Norfolk, England, near the boundary with Suffolk.
Garboldisham, Garvestone, Gateley, Gooderstone, Great Cressingham, Great Dunham, Great Ellingham, Great Hockham, Gressenhall, Griston, Guist

John Spencer-Churchill, 7th Duke of Marlborough

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John Winston Spencer-Churchill, 7th Duke of Marlborough and grandfather of Sir Winston Churchill, was born in Garboldisham Hall in 1822.
John Spencer-Churchill was born at Garboldisham Hall, Norfolk, the eldest son of George Spencer-Churchill, 6th Duke of Marlborough, and Lady Jane Stewart, daughter of Admiral George Stewart, 8th Earl of Galloway.

Garboldisham Windmill

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Garboldisham Mill is a Grade II* listed post mill at Garboldisham, Norfolk, that has been restored.

Civil parish

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Garboldisham is a village and civil parish, part of Guiltcross (hundred) in the Breckland district, in Norfolk, England, near the boundary with Suffolk.

Norfolk

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Garboldisham is a village and civil parish, part of Guiltcross (hundred) in the Breckland district, in Norfolk, England, near the boundary with Suffolk.

Suffolk

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Garboldisham is a village and civil parish, part of Guiltcross (hundred) in the Breckland district, in Norfolk, England, near the boundary with Suffolk.

United Kingdom census, 2001

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In the 2001 census the parish had a population of 721 increasing to 969 at the 2011 Census.

Domesday Book

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It appeared in the Domesday Book (1086) as Gerboldesham.

Wuffingas

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This name might reflect the Viking invasions or Scandinavian connections of the Wuffingas, founders of the kingdom of East Anglia.

Iceni

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It might even go further back in time if you believe theories that the pre-Roman Iceni inhabiting this area were Old English speakers rather than Cymric/Welsh.

A Bit of Fry & Laurie

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The "Garboldisham Road" was mentioned in the A Bit of Fry and Laurie sketches "Information" and "Strawberries and Cream".

Boudica

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There is a large (10-foot high) Bronze Age round barrow on Garboldisham Heath, known locally as 'Soldier's Hill' and 'Boadicea's Grave', although there is no evidence that Queen Boudicca is buried here.

Basil Brown

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Local antiquarian Basil Brown carried out an excavation at the mound around 1963, and uncovered a burial urn, some cremated human bone, two flint flakes and a flint scraper.

Winston Churchill

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John Winston Spencer-Churchill, 7th Duke of Marlborough and grandfather of Sir Winston Churchill, was born in Garboldisham Hall in 1822.

List of United Kingdom locations: Gao-Gar

Location names beginning with Gao–Garplace names in the United Kingdom
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Thelnetham Windmill

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Bryant ran the mill until 1920 when he sold it to Alphonso Vincent, a retired millwright from Garboldisham, Norfolk.

Lord Alan Spencer-Churchill

Alan Spencer-Churchill was born in Garboldisham, Norfolk, the third son of the thrice married George Spencer-Churchill, 6th Duke of Marlborough and his first wife, Lady Jane Stewart, daughter of George Stewart, 8th Earl of Galloway.

Henry Stebbing

On Lady day 1713 he resigned his fellowship on being presented to the parish of Lower Rickinghall in Suffolk, and on 31 May 1726 he was instituted rector of Garboldisham in Norfolk.

List of places in Norfolk

*Garboldisham, Gateley,Gayton, Gayton Thorpe, Geldeston, Gillingham, Gimingham, Gissing, Glandford, Gooderstone, Gorleston-On-Sea, Great Bircham, Great Cressingham, Great Dunham, Great Fransham, Great Hockham, Great Massingham, Great Moulton, Great Plumstead, Great Ryburgh, Great Snoring, Great Walsingham, Great Yarmouth, Greensgate, Gressenhall Green, Grimston, Griston, Guist, Gunthorpe, Great Ellingham