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.
In the following Directory, those marked 1 are at WHITTINGTON.
POST OFFICE at Coote Upton's. Letters despatched, via Brandon, at 7 p.m. This is also a Money Order Office and Savings' Bank.
Abbot Rev. Alexander Douglas curate Armstrong Thomas saddler, &c. Carter Charles. Esq. Clarke Matthew parish clerk Chamberlain Robert fishmonger, &c. Coker Miss Susan Water Mills Dent Charles Garrod brewer Fuller Thomas poulterer Harrison Anthony victualler, Crown Hill Mr James Hopkin Isaac plumber, painter, &c. Joy Wm. surgeon Jolly William victualler, George IV. Kirbell Miss Eliz. Langham Miss Kate Leeder John farrier Norman Rev. C.M.R., M.A. Rectory 1 Podmore Wm. clerk Pooley Miss My. 1 Rickward James victualler, Bell Rudland Thomas wheelwright Thorpe Robert ironmonger & druggist Thwaites William schoolmaster Turner Philip basket maker Tyssen Captain Charles Amherst Daniel Northwold Lodge Walpole Jonas solicitor Wilkinson My Hy. Wright Misses BAKERS, &c. BUTCHERS. Kemp Mary Bunkall Elizabeth Thompson George Pratt Agnes BEERHOUSES. CARPENTERS. Bovill John (and Green Abraham coach builder) Harper Garrod Charles and Jolly Harpley William Harpley William 1 White James Pitcher John BLACKSMITHS. CORN MILLERS. Chandler William Bird Jacob M.; Garrod Isaac h Downham mrkt. King William Graves George Harrod John BRICKLAYERS. Germany William Morley James FARMERS. * are owners. 1 Brooks James 1 Lock James Chinery Thomas Noble William *Cock John Nurse William *Dye Robert *Pooley Thomas (& Ellett Robert land agent) Fendick William; 1*Prior Ambrose, h Didlington White house Gathercole Benj. Reed James Graves Esther, Ruggles George Hall *Scales John 1 Greenacre George Simons William Harrison Anthony Winfield Frederick; Jarred Robert house Boughton GROCERS & DRAPERS. Denny Geo. James Snelling Frederick (& coal merchnt.) Thorpe Robert SCHOOLS. Barham James (& surveyor) Heslop & Thos. & Thompson Mary Free School Mastin Elizabeth Infants' SHOPKEEPERS. SHOEMAKERS. Clarke Matthew Casburn John 1 Faux Edward Horn James Hardy Henry Pearmain James Morley James (and Pyle Edward bricklayer) Johnson Maria TAILORS. 1 Tingay William Thompson John Beales James Upton Coote (and photographer)
CARRIER, J. Crisp, to Lynn, Tues. and Saturday; to Brandon, Mon-Wednesday, and Friday
See also the Northwold parish page.
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