St Margaret in combusto (St Margaret Fybridge)

This parish was located at the northern extremity of Norwich at the end of Magdalene Street. St Margaret’s stopped being used in the 15th century, perhaps owing to changes in population densities in this peripheral part of the city, but it seems at least part of the building was still standing in the 1670s. Following redevelopment of the site in the 18th and 19th centuries, and bomb damage in the 1940s, the church and parish are known largely through late 20th century archaeological excavations.

Hochstetter 1789 St Margaret in combusto area

Area of St Margaret in combusto, detail from Hochstetter’s map (1789)

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