Norfolk: Alburgh


Hunt's Directory of East Norfolk with Part of Suffolk, 1850

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ALBURGH is a village 14 miles S. of Norwich, 3 miles N.E. by N. of Harleston, and 5 miles W. of Bungay. The parish comprises 1514 acres, and contained in 1841, 589 inhabitants; its present residents are:-

         Able      Mrs. C.
         Algar     Mr. James
         Blofield  Watling        bricklayer
         Bootman   John           blacksmith
         Coombe    Rev. J.A.
         Debenham  John           grocery dealer
         Devereux  Benj.          painter, glazier, &c.
         Dunn      Charles        'King's Head'
         Dunn      Isaiah         grocery dealer
         Moore     Robert         bricklayer
         Read      Samuel         bricklayer
         Strainge  J.             wheeler
         Todd      Noah           bricklayer
         Bond      Barnabas       Murrell   John
         Brock     John           Parker    Isaac
                     (& joiner)   Patrick   William
         Denny     John           Rackham   John
         Devereux  Benjamin       Spelman   Isaac George
         Doughton  Michael        Youngs    John
         Harvey    Thomas         Youngs    Samuel
         Legood    Jeremiah       Youngs    S. jun.
         Miles     Isaac          Youngs    Sarah

CARRIER to Norwich, Tidnam, W. & S. - Letters via Harleston

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October 2005