In Domesday Book, this hundred and a half is wrote Clachelosa, Clackeslosa, and Clakeslosa, and is a compound of ... (5t; a church endowed with 12 acres, and was valued at 60s. per attn* There also belonged to it 7 freemen, who held a anbsp;...
|Title||:||An essay towards a topographical history of the county of Norfolk. (Continued from p. 678 [of vol. 3] by C. Parkin).|
|Author||:||Francis Blomefield, Charles Parkin|