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A picture tour of Kenninghall - in the county of Norfolk
Kenninghall Village Sign
Kenninghall Village Sign - by Peggy Cannell ©
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Photographer: © Peggy Cannell (Gallery)Premier Member! Click for more info..(9th April 2013)
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Comment by Una Brister(9th April 2013)

Love this one Peggy Nice set of village signs

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Comment by Pat TroutPremier Member! Click for more info..(9th April 2013)

Lovely set of pics Peggy

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Comment by Una Brister(10th April 2013)

Another good set Peggy

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Comment by cathyml(10th April 2013)

You have worked so hard at capturing these signs - well done!

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Comment by Vince Hawthorn(10th April 2013)

Indeed you have done a wonderful job with all these village sign shots. BUT !! This one has stirred things up here. I do believe , the shield with the rampant lion (should be gold coloured) is that of William d'Aubigny ( d'Albini ) , an ancestor on my wife's side . Having had a quick investigate found out that the Estate of Kenninghall was given as residence to the Chief Butler of England , i.e. the d'Aubignys. A research of the other shields is now in order. Thank you Peggy, the journey of research has had yet another boost.

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