Norfolk: Moulton St Michael
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 George Aldis's. Letters desp. via Long Stratton, at 4.50 p.m.
Aldis Mary schoolmistress Betts Edward, Esq. and Mrs Sophia Buckworth Rev. Chas. Peter, M.A. Rectory Buxton John wheelwright Gyton Samuel hawker Hurn Mrs Jemima Moore George victualler, Fox & Hounds Lain Archibald travelling tinner, &c. Randall Mary beerhouse Saunders James corn miller Stimpson Samuel tailor Wells Mr Thomas BLACKSMITHS. CARPENTERS. Aldis George Banham Robert Lighton Sarah Stimpson Edward, (& parish clerk) FARMERS. * are owners. * Bales James * Neave Riches Durrell Joseph Potter John, (and Fish John (& bricklayer) dealer) Robertson Thomas, (and Gallant James dealer) Hurn Mrs Smith James D. Hurn James Smith James Hurn William Smith Isaac Kett Alfred Smith John King Robt. Ed. jun. * Snelling Edward * King Robert Tuttle Henry Martin George SHOEMAKERS. SHOPKEEPERS. Banham James Banham James Bennett James Bush Joseph Mancer Robert Kemp Mary Ann
See also the Moulton St Michael parish page.
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