John FitzGerald

John FitzGerald

Posted on 05/22/2017

Photo taken on July 17, 2011

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Flint 3

Flint 3
The oldest of the three flint houses I uploaded photos of today. This is a half-timber building in the original sense -- that is, it has a stone ground floor with timber construction above. The beams may well have been plastered over for much of its life. Again the raised gable ends are common features of older East Anglian houses and cottages.

All three houses are in/on Bishopgate in Norwich. The other two are posted to the left..

John FitzGerald
John FitzGerald
More flint:
Tombland, Norwich
5 months ago.
Canadian Pacific
Canadian Pacific
I like this one the best.
5 months ago.
John FitzGerald has replied to Canadian Pacific
I do, too, Swire. I think the family that first lived here may have been a bit grander than the families who first lived in the other two.
5 months ago.