William White's History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Norfolk 1864
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This is the list of the tradespeople and the most prominent residents.
POST OFFICE at Jemima Roper's. Letters desp. via Attleborough at 6.30 p.m.
Austin Henry corn miller Chandler John bricklayer Gill Rev. Fredk. G., M.A. curate Goddard Robert parish clerk Hinchley Charles vict. Queen's Head Howes Esther mistress, National school Smith Robert brickmaker, &c. Stevenson John vict. Anchor Inn BEERHOUSES. BOOT & SHOEMAKERS. Howes James Barnard George Lingood William Long John BLACKSMITHS. CARPENTERS. Kemp Charles Abon Jeremiah Peacock George Tubby Charles FARMERS. Anthony John Everett Richard Ayton Isaac Grant Stephen Bale William Hardy George Barker Thomas Holman Edward Bateman James Kemp Samuel Betts Wm. Peri's Lanham Nelson, sen Bower Joseph Lanham Nelson, jun Branch Robert Lester John Brown John Long Wm. (Exors) Brown William Newman James Burton William Smith James Cocks Samuel West Wm. James, Cole James (& plumber, &c.) Coleman Sarah SHOPKEEPERS. TAILORS. Bayes James Caisey Charles Carter Mary Loads Samuel Coleman Samuel
CARRIER. To Norwich, John Brown, Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday
See also the Bunwell parish page.
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