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Marham Holy Trinity Church.
Marham Holy Trinity Church.



The Holy Trinity Church building at Marham is a typical village church dating from the 13th Century but with a Norman door in the north wall. There is an impressive monument tomb dating from 1603 in the south aisle. There also are interesting carved pews dating from the 15th Century, a Tudor altar table and a wooden chest with the date 1725. The Royal Arms of James I feature at the base of the interior tower wall, north side. The floor tiles in the nave are rare and medieval and the font dates from around 1400. It is a Grade 1 listed building. Marham Holy Trinity Church. Near Swaffham, square west tower, 6 bells, nave with south aisle but no clerestory, chancel and south porch. mainly in the Perpendicular style. There is an ancient tomb to John Steward, Esq., and his wife, died 1604, also an ancient monument to Humphrey de Shouldham. There are some 19th century stained glass memorial windows.


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Marham Holy Trinity Church.
Marham Holy Trinity Church.
Marham Holy Trinity Church.