Some houses built of clay lump, large blocks of unfired clay once common in South Norfolk; sections of the Devil's Dyke nearby.
|Berboldesham: King's land, in the custody of Godric.|
|Gerolfestuna / Giro(l)festuna: Hermer de Ferrers.|
|Gadesthorp / Gatesthor(p): King's land, in the custody of Godric; a certain Englishman from St. Edmund's.|
Church with some Saxon work.
|Catelea: Bishop William; Hugh de Montfort; Ralph from Peter de Valognes.|
|Gaituna: William de Warenne and Ralph from him, formerly a free woman, Aelfava; St. Stephen de Caen; Wulfwy from William d'Écouis; Roger from Hugh de Montfort. ½ mill.|
Church with an 11th century tower and Saxon splayed windows.
|T(h)orp: Bishop of Bayeux; Robert from Roger Bigot; Ralph de Tosny. ½ church.|
Part of King's Lynn on the Gaywood River.
|Gaiuude: Bishop William. Mill, 21 salthouses. 100 sheep.|
By Gillingham Marshes.
|Kildincham / Gillingaham: King's land, in the charge of William de Noyers. Church.|
Church with a watching window over the porch.
|Giming(e)ham / Gimingheham: William de Warenne. Church, 4 mills. 30 goats, 7 wild mares.|
Moated sites; church with a Saxon tower.
|Gersinga / Gessinga: King's land, in the custody of Godric; William from Robert Malet; Roger Bigot; St. Edmund's and Fulcher from it.|
Model village built c.1900 by Sir Alfred Jodrell.
|Glamforda / Glanforda: King's land; Walter Giffard.|
Godwick Ancient village site nearby; a barn; ruined church tower.
|Godestuna: Godric the Steward. 5 mills, fishery.|
Suburb of Great Yarmouth and a seaside resort, also known as Gorleston-on-Sea, with a church on the site of a small wooden church built by Felix, Bishop of Dunwich, in the 17th century.
|Gorlestuna: King's land. 3 salthouses. 300 sheep.|
Line of Bronze Age Wessex barrows nearby.
|Brecham: William d'Écouis and Roger d'Evreux from him; Ralph de Beaufour. Church.|
Ruins of an ancient priory, built in 1545, at Priory Farm.
|Cresincghaham / Cressingaham: Count Alan; Bishop William and Ralph from him; Ralph de Tosny. 4 mils, 3 fisheries, 3 churches.|
Common; moated sites; decorated church.
|Elincham / Helincham / Heldingham: Warenbold from Hermer de Ferrers. Church. 6 mares with foals, 8 cattle.|
Now Great Hockham.
|Hocham: Roger Bigot. 220 sheep.|
All Saints Church has Saxon walling in the chancel and nave, and the Saxon tower of another church stands in the same churchyard.
|In Duabus Meltinus, Meltuna(na): Godric the steward; Waring from Ranulf Peverel.|
Windmill; church with some Norman features.
|Muletuna: Count Alan; Roger Bigot and Mauger from him. Church.|
|Reieborh / Reienburh: William de Warenne and Peter from him; Ralph the Fat from Peter de Valognes. Mill.|
Great Snarehill Hill.
|Snareshella / hul: Roger Bigot; Fulcher the Breton from St. Edmund's. ½ fishery.|
Rectory, 1525, formerly the manor house.
|Snaringa: King's land, in the custody of Godric. 2 mills. 180 sheep.|
Foundations of Gresham Castle, a fortified manor house and moat, ancestral home of John Gresham, founder of the Royal Exchange in 1566.
|Gersam / Cressam: William de Warenne; Roger Bigot. Mill.|
Rural life museum, built in 1777 and once a workhouse.
|Gressenhala: Wymer from William de Warenne. 3 mills. 11 cattle, 30 goats.|
Common; moated site; a Roman villa site.
|Erimestuna / Grimestuna: Bishop of Bayeux; William de Warenne; Robert de Vaux from Roger Bigot; Berner the Crossbowman. 3 mills, ½ salthouse.|
The Elizabethan Hall, now a farmhouse, is said to have been the home of the Babes in the Wood, murdered in nearby Wayland, or Wailing Wood. The story dates from Stuart days.
|Gres / Gristuna: King's land, also in the custody of Godric, formerly a free woman; William de Warenne; Roger Bigot; Ralph Baynard; Osbert from John nephew of Waleran. Church, 10 beehives. 30 pigs, 10 cattle.|
Partly Saxon, partly Norman church tower.
|Geg(h)estuiet: Bishop William; Hagni.|
Model village, laid out last century by the family of Thomas Cook and Son.
|G(r)egeseta / sete: Bishop William; Walter Giffard.|
Gunthorpe Hall with an attractive park and lake.
|Gunatorp / Gune(s)torp: King's land; Peter de Valognes.|
|Gunetune: Count Alan; Bishop William and William de Noyers from him. 2 mills.|
Guton Hall; Hall cottages.
|Gutheketuna: Osbert from Tihel le Breton. Mill. 14 beehives.|