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Help and advice for Norfolk: Ashby St. Mary

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Norfolk: Ashby St. Mary

White's History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Norfolk 1845

[Transcription copyright © Mike Bristow]

ASHBY, 7½ miles S.E. by E. of Norwich, and 3 miles N.N.W. of Loddon, has in its parish 263 souls, and 436 acres of land, belonging to several owners.

Sir Chas. H. Rich, Bart., is lord of the manor; and he and Sir W. B. Procter are alternate patrons of the rectory, valued in K.B. at £6, and consolidated with Carleton St. Peter, which see.

The CHURCH (St. Mary,) has a square tower and three bells. The tithes here have been commuted for £176 per annum.


 Eldon       Richd.       wheelwright
 Hupton      Rev. Job     Baptist minister
 Mansfield   Daniel       beer seller
 Mayes       Mr. James   
 Smith       Robt. & Jno  shoemakers
 Young       Wm.          miller


 Basey       George
 Bexfield    Jph.
 Dunham      Mary
 Forder      Saml.
 Goodram     Wm.
 Shreeve     Wm.
 Smith       Wm.
 Starling    Jas.

See also the Ashby St. Mary parish page.

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November 1999