For a transcript of all the census data for Flordon (1841-1911) click here and use tabs along the bottom to locate a census.
For the 1939 Register for Flordon click here (N.B. some entries are still closed if people may still be alive)

For Monumental Inscriptions in the Churchyard, see the downloadable file on the Churchyard page


Click on the bold & underlined words to find the links to other useful websites.

For information about FLORDON today:

Flordon Village website (including Parish Council & Community Centre)

Flordon Church website - part of the Mulbarton Group

Our 'sister' websites and others for local village history

Mulbarton history

Bracon Ash and Hethel history (including the USAAF airfield at Hethel)

Hapton history (this is the neighbouring Norfolk one!)

Tharston History Society; other Tas Valley villages

For NORFOLK information:

Websites to explore Flordon and other villages - use the search box to find what you want:

Norfolk Heritage Explorer - database of archaeological finds, sites, and buildings

Norfolk Map Explorer - allows you to see and overlay old maps & air photos

For a variety of maps of the area go to the National Library of Scotland and type  'Flordon' / 'Norfolk' in the search box, zoom in on the Norfolk map to find the map you want. List includes OS 25" to 1 mile.

Norfolk Record Office - the place to go (literally) for archives of Flordon and any village

Picture Norfolk - the library service offers a collection of old photographs

Images of England - a photo record of listed buildings: enter Flordon for both parishes

Britain from Above - Air photos, including Flordon (type parish name in box)

Vision of Britain - some interesting statistics c.1830-1960

Norfolk Churches - over 900 of them!

Norfolk Mills - the link to Flordon Mill is on the Mill page

Norfolk Pubs - the links to the Black Horse and the Railway Tavern are on the 'Pubs & Shops' page

For other information:

Norfolk Family History Society has a search-room at Kirby Hall in Norwich and an on-line data base for members. Excellent for anyone with family connections in Norfolk.

FindMyPast is a subscription family history website which holds searchable images of many Norfolk registers  - can be accessed free from Norfolk libraries and the Record Office. Under 'Search' go to 'A-Z of record sets', type 'Norfolk'

Workhouses - the Henstead Union Workhouse was at Swainsthorpe