A One-Name Study
for the BARNUM/BARNHAM Surname
Notes for Thomas BARNHAM/Lydia WILLON
Their marriage took place at the Church of Saint Michael at Plea. The tower and porch of this church are a prominent Norwich landmark, best seen from Saint Andrew's Street to the west and from Bank Plain to the south. Since it was built in the 14th/15th century, there have been major changes to both the building and its setting: the tower was originally a story higher, while the view from Saint Andrew's Street dates only from 1900 when a new tram route was cut between Saint Andrew's Plain and Bank Plain. Since becoming redundant in the 1960s the church has been used as an antiques shop and an antiquarian book dealer's.
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