Norfolk: Old Catton
Hunt's Directory of East Norfolk with Part of Suffolk, 1850
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CATTON is a village 2 miles N. of Norwich. The parish comprises an area of 900 acres, and the population in 1841, was 650. Post-Office, at Thomas Walker's. Letters delivered at 7 30 a.m. and despatched to Norwich, and all parts, at 5 30 p.m.
Attoe John lime burner Barker Mrs. John Bagshaw George poultry dealer Betts Osborn pillbox maker Betts Rev. William Brady Thos. plumber, painter, &c. Broad John shoemaker Broad Hannah matron lying-in charity Burrows Mary A. day school Capon James miller Cattermoul Everett lime burner Chamberlin Rt. draper at Norwich Chitty Mrs. M.A. Claxton Walter grocery dealer Cocks Dennis the 'Woodman' Coldham James 'Royal Oak' Cooke Henry solicitor Cubitt Mrs. Captain Henry Day Mr. Starling Dennington Thomas gardener Duffield George shoemaker Garwood Mrs. Sarah A. Greenhough Jph. manager of Yarn Company Gowing Mr. Geo. (bap. minister) Guymer William carpenter Hall Mr. Robert Hambling Henry superintendent of police Harpley Charles grocery dealer Hardiment William whitesmith Hart Rev. Richard vicar Hastings Job well sinker Hawtayne Rear-Admiral Charles S.J. Heath Mr. Charles Grymes High George grocery dealer Hindes Daniel grocery dealer Hipper Rt. beer retailer & butcher Hobart Mrs. Mary Holmes Edmund fly owner Holmes Mr. Benjamin Howell John shoemaker Jackson Harriet mistress national school Jackson Samuel tailor Jennings Emily brewer, and wine and spirit merchant Jessop William whiting manuftr. Leist Mrs. Letitia Lock Miss Elizabeth Longe Mr. Edmond Slingsby Martin William day school Master Mrs. Mary Minty Miss Ann Morse Mr. George Catton House Muskett Mrs. Mary Newson Frederick grocery dealer Orsborn Mark bricklayer Palgrave Mr. Thomas Paul William shoemaker Pegg Thos. baker and beer retailer Plowman Robert 'Magpie' (and saddler) Potter Ambrose butcher Sandell Stephen farm bailiff Scott James cabinet maker Sexton Edward 'Whalebone' Shreeve John blacksmith Simmons George wood dealer Simpson Henrietta 'George and Dragon' Smith William chair maker Spencer Robert beer retailer Springall Benjamin miller Springfield Osborn merchant Stannard Joseph architect Stark Mr. Michael Symmonds Mrs. Ann Taylor George carpenter Taylor John and James shovel and measure makers Thurston Carnaby baker Waite Mr. Thomas Walker Thomas baker and grocer Webb Maria pork butcher Whiley Mr. Thomas Wright Thos. butcher & beer retailer Farmers. Brown John Dixon Owen Hinde Ephraim Hinde Ephraim Wilkin Jones Charles Minns William Randell Henry
CARRIER to Norwich, Gale, twice a day, and the Post Cart, to North Walsham and Norwich daily.
See also the Old Catton parish page.
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