Directories Directories of Private Residents and those in a commerce are an excellent resource when researching people and can be related to census for the early ones. These links go to all the transcriptions we have undertaken from available material; if you have additional years we would appreciate a copy so that we can transcribe and add them here. As you will appreciate the task has not been small and the possibility of errors in typing is high; if you have spotted a mistake we would like to hear from you so we can correct it.
Note that telephone numbers appear by 1912 and are shown as TN.
Interviews with Dersingham Folk This page contains audio recordings and transcripts of interviews of personal experiences in the village that were recorded as the Dersingham villagers for the Dersingham 2000 History Project. An additional recording relates to experiences and memories of the two World Wars.
Monumental Inscriptions St Nicholas Church Monumental Inscriptions with burial plot numbers are available here. We believe that these were recorded by members of the Women's Institute. You will be required to register a free account to access these records. The site is run by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and is perfectly safe; registration is to try to prevent automated download from the site. Notable People Nathan Coward - A Dersingham Character
Surnames Research NEAVE - Information from Ken Parker SOFTLEY - If you are studying the surname of SOFTLEY in Dersingham from 1853 this is a good resource.THWAITE, TWAITE & TWITE - A short item from Bernard Twite