Start My Family Tree Welcome to Geni, home of the world's largest family tree.
Join Geni to explore your genealogy and family history in the World's Largest Family Tree.

Historic Buildings of Norfolk, England

« Back to Projects Dashboard

view all


Historic Buildings of Norfolk


Image right - Holkham Hall

Image by Sean Cooper, CC BY-SA 3.0, Wiki

The object of this project is to provide information about historic buildings in the county of Norfolk, with links to sub-projects for specific buildings as appropriate. GENi profiles of people associated with those establishments can be linked to this project and/or to individual projects where they have been set up

See Historic Buildings of Britain and Ireland - Main Page

// //

If you have information about any of the Buildings mentioned below please share it here. If you have ancestors linked to any of the places please add them to the project.

Historic houses in alphabetical order

Including Castles, Abbeys, Priories, Manor Houses, Mansions, Stately Homes, Country houses, Estate houses, Courts, Halls, Parks and other listed buildings of historic interest.

Full sizes of the thumbnail images can be seen in the Gallery attached to the project or by clicking the thumbnail image. TIP - Use ctrl+the link to open the image in a separate tab, or use "back" to return to this project page) Sources for the images can be found in the image details as seen in the gallery.

Names with Bold links are to Geni profiles or projects. Other links take you to external biographical web pages. Please copy and paste the bullet used - ● - instead of * when adding items to the list.


● Anmer Hall


● Barningham Hall

● Baconsthorpe Castle

● Beaupré Hall

● Belcoombe Manor

● Blakeney Guildhall

● Blickling Hall

● Breccles Hall

● Bylaugh Hall


● Castle Rising

● Costessey Hall

● Cranmer Hall, Norfolk

● Crimplesham Hall

● Cromer Hall


● Ditchingham Hall


● Earsham Hall

● East Barsham Manor

● Ellingham Hall


● Farfield

// Felbrigg Hall

Image by by Philip Halling, CC BY-SA 2.0, Wiki

17th-century English country house near the village of that name in Norfolk. Part of a National Trust property, the unaltered 17th-century house is noted for its Jacobean architecture and fine Georgian interior. Outside the house are a walled garden, an orangery and orchards.

Robert Ketton-Cremer bequeathed the house and grounds to The National Trust in 1969. The hall is Grade I on the National Heritage List for England. Most of the grounds are a Site of Special Scientific Interest, Felbrigg Woods.
People Associated with Fellbrigg


● Gissing Hall

● Gresham Castle


● Hales Hall

● Halvergate Hall

● Hanworth Hall

Holkham Hall - 18th-century country house located adjacent to the village of Holkham. The house was constructed in the Palladian style for Thomas Coke, 1st Earl of Leicester (fifth creation) by the architect William Kent, aided by the architect and aristocrat Lord Burlington.

● Home Place, Kelling

● Horstead Hall

● Houghton Hall

● Hoxun Court

● Huntingfield Manor




● Kelling Hall


● Langley Hall

● Lesingham House

● Letton Hall

● Lynford Hall


● Manor Farm, Diss

● Melton Constable Hall

● Merton Hall

● Morley Old Hall


● Narborough Hall

● Narford Hall


The Old Hall, Lamas, or Manor of Lamas. Birthplace of 1820 settler to South Africa - Elizabeth Damant

The Damant family held the manor of Lammas near Norwich for nearly a century, and some of their ancestors are buried in St. Andrew's Church, Lammas, where there are several memorial stones showing the arms of Damant impaled with Eyre, Sancroft, Guybon and Castell. Thomas Damant inherited the Manor of Lammas by his marriage with Maria, daughter and heiress of Edward Eyre.
Thomas married secondly Alice, daughter of Francis Sancroft and great niece of Archbishop Sancroft. Their son Thomas Damant (1718-1762) married Mary Guybon, and Thomas and Mary's son, William Damant (1743 - 1808), Lord of the Manor of Lammas, married Elizabeth Castell on 23 Jun 1772. William and Elizabeth were the parents of several settlers who went to South Africa -

Lammas British History online

● Overstrand Hall

● Oxburgh Hall




● Raynham Hall


● Sandringham House

● Shelton Hall Sheringham Hall]

Designed and built by Humphry Repton and his son John Adey Repton for the Upcher family of Norfolk in 1812-17, romantic Sheringham Hall at Upper Sheringham, near Holt, a mile inland from the north Norfolk coast, was Repton’s ‘most favourite work’ and one of his last.

● Shropham Hall

● South Acre Hall

● Sprowston Manor


● Tacolneston Hall

● Thornham Manor

Tudor House - Where William Snelling died in 1918.



● Windham Manor

● Winnold House

● Wolterton Hall

● Wood Farm


References and Sources

Norfolk Specific


Getting Involved

Free to follow, request to collaborate

To join the project use the request link under "actions" at the top right of the page.


Geni's Project Plaza
Working with Projects
Wicked Wiki
Geni Wikitext, Unicode and images which gives a great deal of assistance.
See the discussion Project Help: How to add Text to a Project - Starter Kit to get you going!

Other Pages for Historic Buildings of English Counties

// Bedfordshire

// Berkshire

// Buckinghamshire

// Cambridgeshire

// Cheshire

// Cornwall

// Isles of Scilly

// County Durham

// Historic Buildings of Cumberland - Today's Cumbria includes parts of the historic counties of Westmorland and Lancashire

// Derbyshire

// Devon

// Dorset

// Essex

// Gloucestershire

// Hampshire

// Herefordshire

// Hertfordshire

// Huntingdonshire

// Kent

// Lancashire

// Leicestershire

// Lincolnshire

// Middlesex (inc. London)

// Northamptonshire

// Northumberland

// Nottinghamshire

// Oxfordshire

// Rutland now East Midlands

// Shropshire (Salop)

// Somerset

// Staffordshire

// Suffolk

// Surrey

// Historic Buildings of Sussex divided into two projects

// East Sussex
// West Sussex

// Warwickshire

// Westmorland Now Cumbria/Cumberland

// Wiltshire

// Worcestershire

// Yorkshire

// this project is in History Link