All Saints, Woodton

WOODTON, a pleasant village, 10 miles S by E of Norwich, and 5 miles NW by N of Bungay, has in its parish 567 souls, and 2,112 acres of fertile land, belonging to several proprietors, – the largest of whom are Rt Fellowes, and John Winn Gooch, Esqrs. The latter has a pleasant seat here, called Woodton Place; but the Hall, which was long a seat of the Suckling family, was pulled down a few years ago. The CHURCH is a neat structure, and among its monuments is the marble effigy of Anne, wife of Robert Suckling, Esq, who died in 1653. The rectory, valued in KB at £6 13s 4d, is in the gift of the Rev SM Suckling, and the incumbency of the Rev Richard Waldegrave Packer, MA. The tithes were commuted in 1841 for £615 per annum, and the glebe is 26A. Here is a Wesleyan Chapel, built in 1836.
William White, History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Norfolk (1845)

Woodton baptisms PD 57-1 1538-1739

Woodton baptisms PD 57-2 1740-1799

Woodton baptisms PD 57-3 1799-1813

Woodton baptisms PD 57-4 1813-1870

Woodton baptisms PD 57-69 1870-1901

Woodton burials PD 57-1 1538-1739

Woodton burials PD 57-2 1740-1799

Woodton burials PD 57-3 1799-1813

Woodton burials PD 57-7 1813-1914

Woodton marriages PD 57-1 1538-1739

Woodton marriages PD 57-2 1740-1798

Woodton marriages PD 57-5 1754-1812

Woodton marriages PD 57-8 1813-1836

Further registers for Woodton are included in the FreeReg database.