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Coordinates: 52°50′38″N 0°53′37″E / 52.844024°N 0.893618°E / 52.844024; 0.893618 Alethorpe Site of the lost settlement Alethorpe  Alethorpe shown within Norfolk OS grid reference TF948313     - London  135 miles (217 km)  Parish Little Snoring CP District North Norfolk Shire county Norfolk Region East Country England Sovereign state United Kingdom Post town FAKENHAM Postcode district NR21 Dialling code 01328 Police Norfolk Fire Norfolk Ambulance East of England EU Parliament East of England List of places: UK • England • Norfolk Alethorpe is one of Norfolk’s lost medieval villages. The village was located within the parish of Little Snoring in mid North Norfolk just to the south of Great Snoring and 2 miles (3.2 km) east-northeast of the town Fakenham [1]. The village was finally abandoned in the 16th century and is thought to be the consequence of the land being enclosed by the landlord of that time. Contents 1 History 1.1 Nomina Villarum 2 The church of All Saints 3 References History The village of Alethorpe is mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1085 where its population, land ownership and productive resources were detailed[2] In the survey Alethorpe is recorded by the name of Alatorp. The land is said to be in possession of the King with Stibbard having land from the King. Nomina Villarum Alethorpe was also recorded in the Nomina Villarum [3]. These documents were a series of surveys carried out in late 13th and early 14th century which contained a list of all cities, boroughs and townships in England and the Lords of them. The documents were compiled for King Edward II. In the surveys Alethorpe is recorded as being a village of Thirty houses in 1272, twelve taxpayers 1329, eleven in 1332, and twelve in 1377. It was recorded that there was ten heads of families in 1496. The church of All Saints The medieval church of Alethorpe was called All Saints. The church has not survived. The building was in disrepair and used as a barn by 1602, its demise linked to the depopulation of the village in the 16th century. Nothing can be seen today, though three human skeletons were unearthed in 1962 in what is presumed to be the old churchyard. A tree stands on the site of the church itself. Of Alethorpe, only a few low earthworks remain, possible track ways and a house platform can be seen. Another building, a leper hospital mentioned in documents has also disappeared, though its existence in the first place was not certain. References ^ OS Explorer Map 24 - Norfolk Coast Central. ISBN 0-319-21726-4. ^ The Domesday Book, England's Heritage, Then and Now, (Editor: Thomas Hinde), Norfolk, page 186, Alethorpe, ISBN 1-85833-440-3 ^ Blake W, 'Norfolk Manorial Lords in 1316', Norfolk Archaeology, volume 30, 1952: 277 & 8. v · d · eLost settlements in the United Kingdom In order of: UK counties This is a list of archaeological sites: mostly underground, underwater or in ruins. Some are forgotten, with a later, thriving community on top. ENGLAND Bedfordshire: Stratton, near Biggleswade Berkshire: Barcote, near Littleworth • Beckett, near Shrivenham • Betterton, near Lockinge • Bockhampton, near Lambourn • Calcote, near Hungerford • Carswell, near Littleworth • Clapcot, near Brightwell • Cruchfield, near Bray • East Compton, near Compton • Draycott, Longworth • Eaton Hastings • Endloss Ditton • Fulscot, near South Moreton • Henwick, near Thatcham • Hillend, near Wytham • Hodcot, near West Ilsley • Holt, near Kintbury • Langley, near Hampstead Norreys • Inglewood, near Kintbury • Maidencourt, near East Garston • Marlston, near Bucklebury • Newton, near Buckland • Odstone, near Ashbury • Purley Parva, near Purley • Seacourt • Shalford, near Brimpton • Sheffield, near Burghfield • East Shefford • Shottesbrooke • Southcote, near Denchworth • Stroud, near Cumnor • Thrupp, near Radley • Tubney, near Appleton • Whatcombe, near Fawley • Whitley, near Cumnor • Woolley, near Chaddleworth • Wyld Court, near Hampstead Norreys Bristol: - Buckinghamshire: - Cambridgeshire: Clopton • Sawtry Cheshire: - Cornwall: - Cumbria: Mardale • Snittlegarth Derbyshire: Agden Side, near Agden Reservoir • Ashopton • Derwent • Phoside, near Glossop • Toxall, near Macclesfield Devon: Hallsands • Hundatora • Hutholes, Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Dartmoor • New Quay (Devon) • Morwellham Quay Dorset: Tyneham Durham: Archdeacon Newton • Barforth • Carlbury • Ulnaby • Walworth • Walworth Castle grounds site East Sussex: Balsdean • Cuckmere Valley • Exceat East Riding of Yorkshire: Cottam • Cowlam • Dimlington • Hoton • Newsham • Northorpe • Old Kilnsea • Ravenser or Ravenser Odd • Ravenspurn • Skipsea • Swaythorpe • Turmarr Essex: - Gloucestershire: Charlton • Lancaut • Lower Ditchford • Northwick • Upper Ditchford Greater Manchster: - Hampshire: - Herefordshire: - Hertfordshire: Aldwick, Hertfordshire • Alfledawich (Beauchamps) • Alswick • Aspenden II • Ayot St Lawrence • Ayot St Peter • Berkeden (Berkesdon Green) • Betlow • Bordesden (Bozen Green) • Boxbury • Bricewold • Brickendon • Broadfield • Broadmead • Burston • Caldecote • Chaldean • Chesfield • Childwick • Cockenach • Cockhamsted • Corney Bury • Digswell • Flaunden • Flexmere • Gilston • Great Munden • Gubblecote • Hainstone • Hanstead • Hixham • Hodenhoe • Ichetone (Layston) • Kitts End • Lewarewich (Leverage) • Libury (Stutereshele) • Mardley • Maydencroft (Furnival Dinsley) • Minsden • Miswell • Moor Green • Napsbury • Nettleden II • Newsells • North Mymms • Oxwich, near Codicote • Oston • Pendley • Plashes • Queenhoo • Quickswood • Sapeham • Stagenhoe • Stanstead Abbotts • Stevenage lost settlement • Stivicesworde • Stocks • Stonebury • Temple Dinsley • Thorley • Throcking • Thundridge • Tiscott • Titburst (Theobald Street) • Wakeley • Wandon • Wellbury • Welei (Wain Wood) • Wickham • Windridge • Wollenwick (Woolwicks) Isle of Wight: - Kent: Broomhill • Buttdarts • Dengemarsh, south of Lydd • Dode (Dowde) • Eastbridge, Kent • Fairfield, Kent • Falconhurst • Galloways, Kent • Hampton-on-Sea • Hope All Saints • Midley, SW of Old Romney • Orgarswick, NW of Dymchurch • Oxney • Paddlesworth, near Snodland • Merston, near Shorne • Snave • Stone Chapel Lancashire: - Leicestershire: Bescaby • Brascote • Cold Newton • Knaptoft • Othorpe • Stretton Magna • Whatborough Lincolnshire: Avethorpe  • Aunby • Banthorp • Beckfield • Birthorpe • Bruer • Brauncewell • Burgh • Butyate • Casthorpe • Casewick • Crofton • Dembleby • Elsthorpe • Dunsby • Ganthorpe • Gainsthorpe • Goltho • Graby • Hanby • Laythorpe • Little Lavington • Newbo • North Cadeby • North Stoke • North Rauceby • Orford • Osgodby • Ouseby • Ringsthorpe • Ringstone • Saperton • Scott Willoughby • Sempringham • Silkby • Skinnand • Southorpe • Sudwelle • Thorpe • Twyford • Waterton • West Laughton • Wyham • West Wykeham • East Wykeham • Wykeham London: - Merseyside: - Norfolk: Alethorpe • Appleton • Ashby • Babingley • Barmer • Barningham, North • Barningham, Town • Barwick, Great • Bawsey • Bayfield • Beachamwell • Beeston St Andrew • Bickerston • Bittering, Little • Bixley • Bodney • Bowthorpe • Breydeston • Broomsthorpe • Brumstead • Buckenham Tofts • Burgh • Bylaugh • Caldecote • Choseley • Colveston • Cranwich • Didlington • Earlham • Eccles • Egmere • Foston or Fodderston • Frenze • Gasthorpe • Godwick • Greynston or Grenstein • Gunton • Hales • Hargham • Harling, Middle • Harling, West • Hautbois, Little • Heckingham • Herringby • Hockham, Little • Holkham • Holverston • Houghton • Houghton-on-the-Hill • Illington • Ingloss • Irmingland • Kempstone • Kenningham • Kilverstone • Langford • Letton • Leziate • Longham • Lynford • Mannington • Markshall • Mintlyn • Narford • Oby • Oxborough • Oxnead • Palgrave, Great • Palgrave, Little • Pattesley • Pensthorpe • Pudding Norton • Quarles • Rackheath, Little • Riddlesworth • Ringstead, Little or Barrett • Roudham • Rougham • Roxham • Ryston • Santon • Saxlingham Thorpe • Shingham • Shotesham St Mary • Snarehill, Great • Stanford • Stanninghall • Sturston • Summerfield or Southmere • Sutton • Tattersett • Testerton • Thorpe Parva • Thorpland I • Thorpland II • Threxton • Thuxton • Tofts, West • Tottington • Wallington • Waterden • Weasenham St Peter • Windall or Windle • Winston • Witchingham, Little • Wolterton • Wreningham, Little • Wretham, West Northamptonshire: Achurch • Althorp • Appletree • Armston • Astwell • Astwick • Badsaddle • Barford • Boughton • Braunston Cleves or Fawcliff • Braunstonbury • Brime • Brockhall • Burghley • Calme • Caswell • Canons Ashby • Cotes • Coton • Cotton, near Grendon • Cotton Mill • Cotton Mallows • Chilcote • Churchfield • Church Charwelton • Doddington Thorpe • Downtown • Eaglethorpe • Eastern Neston • Edgecote • Elmington in Ashton • Elmington in Tansor • Elkington • Falcutt • Fawsley • Foscote • Faxton • Field Burcote • Foxley • Furtho • Glassthorpe • Glendon • Great Purston • Hale • Holdenby • Horton • Hothorpe • Kelmarsh • Kingsthorpe • Kirby • Kirby in Blakesley • Kirby in Gretton • Knuston • Lilford • Little Creaton • Little Newton • Little Oxendon • Lolham • Lower Catesby • Mawsley • Milton • Murcott • Muscott • Nether Catesby • Newbottle • Newbottle in Harrington • Nobold • Nobottle • Nunton • Papley • Perio • Pipewell • Potcote • Preston Deanery • Onley • Overstone • Rushton Saint Peter • Seawell • Sibberton • Silsworth • Snorscomb • Stanford • Steane • Strixton • Stuchbury • Sulby • Thorpe • Thorpe Lubenham • Thrupp • Torpel • Trafford • Upper Catesby • Upton • Walcot • Walton • Winwick • Wolfhampcote • Woodcroft • Wothorpe • Wythmail Northumberland: Bockenfield North Yorkshire: Easington • Henderskelf • High Worsall • Wharram Percy Nottinghamshire: Adbolton • Algarthorpe • Annesley • Babworth • Beesthorpe • Bilby • Bingham • Bolham • Broadbusk • Broxtowe • Carburton • Clowne • Clumber • Colston Basset • Over Colwick • Cratley or Crastell • Dallington • Danethorpe • East Chilwell • East Stoke • Farworth • Flawford • Fleecethorpe • Gleadthorpe • Greasley • Grimston Hill • Haughton • Hempshill • Hermeston • Holbeck • Holme Pierrepont • Horsepool • Keighton • Kilvington • Kinoulton • Knapthorpe • Langford • Little Gringley • Meering • Milnthorpe • Moorhouse • Morton in Babworth • Morton in Lenton • Nettleworth • Newbold • Normanton • Osberton • Ossington • Oswaldbeck • Plumtree • Rayton • Rempstone • Rufford • Serlby • South Wheatley • Stanton-on-the-Wolds • Sutton Passeys • Swanston • Thoresby • Thorney • Thorpe in the Glebe • Tiln • Wainscarre • Wansley • Warby • Welham • West Burton • Whimpton • Willoughby by Norwell • Willoughby by Walesby • Winkerfield • Wiverton • Woodcoates • Woolsthorpe Oxfordshire: Asterleigh • Eaton Hastings Rutland: Alstoe • Exton • Hardwick • Horn • Ingthorpe • Martinsthorpe • Pickworth Shropshire: Nash Somerset: - South Yorkshire: - Staffordshire: Haselour • Statfold • Syerscote Suffolk: Chilton • Dunwich Surrey: - Tyne and Wear: - Warwickshire: Ditchford Frary • Stretton Baskerville West Midlands: - West Sussex: Heene • Lowfield Heath • Old Erringham West Yorkshire: - Wiltshire: Imber • Snap Worcestershire: - NORTHERN IRELAND Antrim: - Armagh: - Down: - Fermanagh: - Derry/Londonderry: - Tyrone: - SCOTLAND Highland Clearances Lowland Clearances Aberdeenshire: - Angus: - Argyll: - Ayrshire: - Banffshire: - Berwickshire: - Bute: - Caithness: Badbea Clackmannanshire: - Dumfriesshire: - Dunbartonshire: - East Lothian: - Fife: - Inner Hebrides: Ulva Inverness-shire: - Kincardineshire: - Kinross-shire: - Kirkcudbrightshire: - Lanarkshire: - Midlothian: - Moray: - Nairnshire: - Orkney: - Outer Hebrides: Bernera Riot • Fuaigh Mòr Peeblesshire: - Perthshire: - Renfrewshire: - Ross-shire: - Roxburghshire: Roxburgh • Rutherford • Old Jedward Selkirkshire: - Shetland: - Stirlingshire: - Sutherland: - West Lothian: - Wigtownshire: - WALES Clwyd: - Dyfed: - Gwent: - Gwynedd: - Mid Glamorgan: - Monmouthshire: St. Brides Netherwent • Penterry • St. Pierre, Monmouthshire Powys: - South Glamorgan: - West Glamorgan: - It is said that there are over 3,000 lost settlements in the UK, so this list is incomplete.