Norfolk: Sea Palling


William White's History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Norfolk 1864

[Transcription copyright © Pat Newby]

The description of the parish has not been transcribed because it is similiar to that in White's Directories for 1845 and 1883.

These are the names in the text that are not included in the list of residents and tradespeople, below:

           Ashley    Hon. John Anthony  Copt Hall, Essex
           Ready     Rev. H., M.A.      Hickling

This is the list of the tradespeople and the most prominent residents.

           Banfather Rev. H.            curate of Ingham
           Durrant   Wm.                pork butcher and poulterer
           Empson    Margaret           victualler, Cock
           Horner    Wm. V.             draper and shopkeeper
           Manship   Sophia             beerhouse
           McDowell  James              coastguard officer
           Sadler    Thos.              shopr. & clerk of Waxham
           Sadler    William            parish clerk
           Thain     Mrs
           Tuck      Thomas             joiner
           Thain     John
           Wright    James
           Barber    George
           Crowe     Alfred
           Lane      Thomas
           Nursey    Richard
           Plummer   Robert
           Riches    James              (and corn & coal merchant)
         * Sutton    Sendall            Palling Hall
           Thompson  William
           Warnes    Elizabeth          (and corn miller)
           Woodrow   James
         * Wright    James
           Crowe     Horace
           Gaze      Charles
           To Yarmouth, Sat.
           Durrant   William
           Plummer   Robert

Note: there is no indication of what * means for 2 names in the list of farmers. It usually means that the farmers are also owners.
See also the Sea Palling parish page.

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December 2009