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 William Pallant's. Letters despatched via Harleston at 4.15 p.m.
Barber Jno. smith Basden Rev. Frederick (Independent) Bouverie Ven. Wm. archdeacon of Norfolk, rector of Arundell, B.D. Denton, & honorary canon of Norwich, Rectory Brown Susan schoolmistress Bull George victualler, King's Head Burd Rev. Charles, M.A. curate Gowen Edward thatcher Middleton William veterinary surgeon Mortlock Chas., Esq. M.A. Denton Lodge Olley Wm. steward Olley William steward Pallant William parish clerk Revell John beer retailer Sampson E.J. British school Woolterton Miss Elizabeth FARMERS. Blofield Wm. W. Elliott John Buggs Daniel, (and Farrell Joseph butcher) Felmingham Mart. Buggs Martha Harris George Burgess Benjamin Hardingham Mary Burgess Edward Holland William Breeze John Martin William Button Wm. R. (& Maye John corn miller) Mutt George Chambers Francis, Olley William Hall Stygall James Corneby James Todd Noah Devereux Benj. Todd Robert Edwards James Whitton Henry SHOEMAKERS. SHOPKEEPERS. Browse Charles Aldred William, Gills Samuel (& tailor) Mayhew Samuel Gibbs Samuel Nichols John WHEELWRIGHTS. Revell J. (& beerh.) Middleton Wm jun. Swann John
See also the Denton parish page.
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