The following photographs are places we have been researching and found evidence of Wareham’s/Warham’s graves or reference materials. All photos were taken by us.

The Tower at Malshangar, Hampshire – home of Archbishop William Warham
This is the remains of Warham Manor house – the seat of the Warham family in 1595
This is a sunken doorway to the Manor House
A view of Warham manor to the left next to St Osmund’s Church
St Michaels’s Church, Beer Hacket
St Mary’s Church, Bentley
St Chad’s Church, Bishop Tatchbrook
Blickling Hall, Norfolk
Archbishop Warham’s Tomb, Canterbury
Hackington, Canterbury
St Nicholas’s Church, Arundel
St Nicholas’s Church, Childe Okeford
St Mary the Virgin, Compton Abbas
St Thomas A Beckett, Compton Vallence
St Mary’s Church, Corscombe
St Mary’s Church, Corscombe
Crostwright, Norfolk
Croydon Minster
Cerne Abbas
Exeter Cathedral
St Andrew’s Church, Fontmell Magna
St Wolfrida Church, Horton
St Mary’s Church, Iwerne Courtney
St Mary;s Church, Iwerne Minster
All Saint’s Church, Langton Long
St Mary’s Church, Litton Cheney
St Mary’s Church, Long Crichel
St Mary’s Church, Maiden Newton
St Leonards Church, Church Oakley
St Andrew’s Church, Okeford Fitzpaine
St Giles Church, Oxford
St Mary;s Church, Lytchett Matavers
Holy Rood, Shillingstone
St Mary’s Church, Silchester
St Mary’s Church, Sixpenny Handley
St James Church, Southampton
St Nicholas Church, Sydling St Nicholas
St Mary’s Church, Tarrant Gunville
St Mary’s Church, Tarrant Hinton
All Saints Church, Tarrant Keyneston
All Saints Church, Tarrant Monkton
St Mary Magdalene Church, Thornford
St Peter Ad Vincula, Tollard Royal
Tower Hill Memorial, London
church of St Peter, Ufton Nervet
Warham All Saints, Norfolk
St Mary Magdalene, Warham, Norfolk
Wimborne Cemetery
Wimborne Minster
The Great Hall, Winchester
St Andrew’s Church, Yetminster