Norfolk: Chedgrave


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

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CHEDGRAVE is a village adjoining Loddon, 9 miles S.E. of Norwich. The parish comprises 1395 acres, and contained in 1841, 348 inhabitants; its present residents are:-

         Baldwin   William              cooper
         Beauchamp Rev. Thomas William
                     Henry, A.M.        rectory
         Branch    Robert               bricklayer
         Burton    Miss Elizabeth
         Cumby     William              blacksmith
         Ellis     Mr. Clement
         Fairhead  John                 cattle dealer
         George    Henry Thomas         Inland Revenue officer
         Gilbert   Rev. Jno. M.A.       Manor House
         Hoddy     Edgar                wheelwright
         Hoddy     Rachel               straw hat maker
         Lodge     Mr. John
         Mallett   James                shoemaker
         Martyr    Charles              farm bailiff
         Mills     Martha               baker
         Short     Charles              gardener
         Smith     John                 grocery dealer
         Watson    James                'White Horse'
         Wigg      John                 cattle dealer

See also the Chedgrave parish page.

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February 2008