Norfolk: South Lopham
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 Thos. Cox's. Letters despatched, via Thetford, at 4.35 p.m.
Bateman Rev. John F., rector of North and M.A. South Lopham, Rectory Chamberlain Charles vict. Chequers Chamberlain Charles tailor & draper Cobb John tailor Cox Thomas grocer and draper Elmer William blacksmith Garham William carpenter Grant James baker and butcher Hails John victualler, Crown Mace Joseph victualler, White Horse Murton Charles poulterer Muskett Edward, Esq. high bailiff Pratt John corn miller Seakings Frederick parish clerk Self Francis shopkeeper Turner George Thurlow shoemaker Wallis Seth grocer and joiner FARMERS. Andrews John Hawes George Brown Charles Pearce Elizabeth Bullock Walter Reeve Robert Crowe Malteward Rolfe Geo. Wharton Crick Barnaby Self William Fisher Philip Soar Jonathan Good George Soar Robert Green Henry Soar William Hambling Wm. Witton Edward LINEN MANFRS. Bowell William Dove John Buckenham Thos. Downing Richard
See also the South Lopham parish page.
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