Norfolk: Saxlingham Thorpe


William White's History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Norfolk 1845

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SAXLINGHAM-THORPE, near the river Tas, 7½ miles S. of Norwich, has in its parish 131 souls, and 456A. of land. The Rev. J.H. Steward is lord of the manor; but part of the soil belongs to Robt. Fellowes, Esq.

The CHURCH (St. Mary,) is an ivy-clad ruin, being dilapidated long before 1740, when the rectory, valued in the King's Book at £6 13s. 4d., was consolidated with that of Saxlingham-Nethergate.

Here is a small Baptist Chapel, built about 1818.


         Barnham    Thos.          carpenter         Brock      Philip         grocer         Bush       Barnaby        wheelwright         Candler    Lawrence                      and Horatio  corn millers         Clark      Rev. Wm.       Bapt. min.         Emerson    Wm.            gent.         Muskett    G.F.           tailor         Stevenson  Adam           blacksmith [see note below]         Thrower    Wm.            beer seller         Williamson Wm.            blacksmith [see note below]             farmers          Appleton   John         Curtis     John         Giles      Thos.         Meek       Wm.         Sallitt    Matthew        (owner)         Reader     William 

Note. In the original this is:
     Adam Stevenson, and Wm. Williamson, blacksmiths;

See also the Saxlingham Thorpe parish page.

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September 2007