Norfolk: Ingham


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

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INGHAM, a village 16 miles N.E. of Norwich, 17 miles N.W. of Yarmouth, 2 miles E. of Stalham, and 9 miles S.E. by E. of North Walsham. The parish comprises 1500 acres, and contained in 1841, 489 inhabitants; its present residents are:-

         Amess     Robert            wheelwright
         Batchelor Martin            shoemaker
         Beck      William           blacksmith
         Cork      Robert            shoemaker
         Greenacre Isaiah            steward for Mrs. Postle
         Horner    William           grocer & draper
         Lack      William           'Swan'
         Long      John              bricklayer
         Matthews  George            miller
         Oakley    John              master mariner
         Postle    Mrs. Elizabeth    The Villa
         Priest    Charles           relieving officer
         Venimore  Mr. James         (baptist min.)
         Whaites   Robert F.
                     and J.J. Esqs.
         Wymer     Rev. Edward, B.A.
         Amess     John
         Harvey    John
         Lack      William
         Lusher    John
         Pilgrim   Postle

COACH to Norwich, Lack, Mon. Wed. and Sat. at 7 morning

See also the Ingham parish page.

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