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    Wharram Percy

    The Lost Medieval Village.

    Wharram Percy, located in Yorkshire, has been occupied by humans since the Iron Age. Romans, Anglo-Saxons, Vikings, Normans -- all have lived out their lives in this high-wold village. As an archeological site, it was one of the most important peasant digs in England.

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    Since it's a ghost town, I wonder if it's possible to discover records of inhabitants anywhere. I read that depopulation was not strictly tied to the Black Death, although that didn't help anybody remain established in the town. I'm surprised there aren't tales of horror related to the disappearance of the people. It's at least a great place to conduct archæology and that's equally interesting to whatever genealogy which might otherwise be of curiosity.

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