Ancient History

Carbrooke village located in the Wayland Hundred of Norfolk, on the tiny River Wissey, the name and layout probably Saxon, or perhaps even Roman, as both Roman and Saxon remains have been found in the area, as well as flint axes and arrow heads from previous times. The first census carried out in Britain was the Domesday Survey of 1085, to establish who owned which and how much land, Carbrooke is mentioned as Cherebroc.

Norfolk Heritage Explorer is a site detailing the Archaeological finds and research done in relation to Carbrooke. Contains masses of information.

Domesday Entry for Carbrooke

 

Carbrooke Village, Wayland, Norfolk has a long and interesting history. If you have any comments, information, anecdotes or photographs, you would like to share, please contact me.

This is an ongoing project and it would be lovely to add more information.

history@carbrookehistory.co.uk