Norfolk: Ludham


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

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LUDHAM, a village 13 miles N.E. by E. of Norwich, and 13 miles N.W. of Yarmouth. The parish comprises an area of 2977 acres, and the population in 1841 was 924. Post-Office at Robert Newton's. Letters delivered at 12 noon, and despatched to Norwich and all parts, via Stalham, at 1.30 p.m.

         Annison   Edward             blacksmith
         Barry     Thomas             hair dresser
         Bathurst  Rev. Walter A. M.A.
         Bayles    John               grocer & draper, and agent for
                                        the Norwich Equitable fire office
         Burrell   Samuel             'King's Head'
         Chaplin   John               wheelwright
         Clark     Samuel             butcher
         Clarke    John               corn & coal merchant
         Colls     William            wheelwright
         Colman    James              tailor
         Coustos   Hiram S.           school, general agent for servants,
                                        and for the Temperance and General
                                        Provident institution
         Dale      John               baker & beer retailer
         Davey     Wm. and David      bricklayers
         Deeker    Mr. John
         England   William            millwright
         Fairhead  Clarissa           grocer & draper
         Fairhead  George             carrier
         Farrow    John               painter & glazier, &c.
         Fendick   Wm.                grocer and draper
         Forder    Richard            farrier
         Fulcher   James              wheelwright
         Grapes    Simon              miller
         Green     John               shoemaker
         Green     William            ironmonger
         Huke      Samuel Taylor      surgeon
         King      William            'Dog'
         Lacey     James              saddler
         Lincoln   Richard            national schoolmaster
         Lincoln   William            bricklayer
         Mack      Mr. Thomas
         Mornement Mr. Mark Daniel
         Myhill    Samuel             glover
         Newton    Robert             'Crown'
         Page      William            miller
         Read      Mrs. Esther
         Rice      Edward             shoemaker
         Saddler   Mr. John
         Smith     George             shoemaker
         Smith     George             tailor
         Smith     Lewis H.           superintendent of police
         Thurgate  Thomas             blacksmith
         Varley    Benjamin           blacksmith
         Warnes    Robert             miller
         Bond      Ann                Hacon     William (and maltster)
         Clarke    John               Heath     William, the Hall
         Daniels   George             Jones     Thomas
         Garrett   James              Norgate   Thomas
         Garrett   R.                 Page      John
         Gaul      George             Page      William Sherwood
         Green     James              Pettingle Elizabeth
         Green     Thomas             Pigg      William (and butcher)
         Green     William            Rice      Robert
         Greenacre James              Slipper   Thomas
                                      Thaxter   William

CONVEYANCES. - The Stalham coaches to and from Yarmouth, 3 times a week.
CARRIER to Norwich, Fairhead, Mon. Wed. & Sat. 7 morn.

See also the Ludham parish page.

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