Norfolk: Scarning


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

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SCARNING, a village 19½ miles W. by N. of Norwich, and 3½ miles W. by S. of East Dereham. The parish comprises 3873 acres, and contained, in 1841, 613 inhabitants; its present residents are:-

         Carson     Rev. Thomas
         Cross      Geo.             carpenter & beer retailer
         Girling    Rev. William
         Greengrass George           grocery dealer
         Haines     James            beer retailer
         Riches     Rt.              master of Free school
         Tuck       Susan            'Black Horse'
         Tuck       William          wheelwright and blacksmith
         Allison    Robert           Riches    Jesse
         Bayes      May              Riches    Thomas
         Cordy      Mary             Rosier    Samuel
         Cordy      William          Rumble    William
         Dunthorn   Edward           Sharman   Peter John
         Fuller     James            Taylor    Robert
         Fuller     Robert           Vassar    William
         Godwin     John             Warner    James
         Hastings   John             Wilson    William
         Mann       John             Youngs    John
         Mason      John             Youngs    Thomas
         Neale      James

See also the Scarning parish page.

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