William White's History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Norfolk 1883
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SHARRINGTON, 3 miles W.S.W. of Holt, has its parish in Walsingham union, Holt hundred and petty sessional division, Fakenham county court district, Norwich bankruptcy district, Holt polling district of North Norfolk, Holt rural deanery, and Norwich archdeaconry. It had 216 inhabitants in 1881, and comprises 863 acres of land. The rateable value is £1413. It mostly belongs to the representatives of the Rev. Sir E.R. Jodrell, the lords of the manor.
The CHURCH (All Saints) comprises nave, chancel, vestry, and square tower with one bell. The sedilia, piscina, and several brasses still remain in the chancel. The Rev. Sir Edward Repps Jodrell, Bart., gave the altar cloth of purple velvet, and the font of Caen stone, and built a good schoolroom in 1858.
The Rev. Sir E.R. Jodrell, Bart., is patron of the rectory, which was valued in the King's Book at £10, and is in the incumbency of the Rev. Charles Brumell, M.A., of St. John's College, Cambridge, who has 1½ acre of glebe, a good residence built in 1863, and a yearly rent-charge of £300, awarded in 1842, in lieu of tithes.
The late Sir H.P. Jodrell, Bart., left £100 to the poor. At the junction of three roads in this parish are the remains of an ancient cross. The common was enclosed in 1796. To £40 left by Christopher Ringer, £15 were added by William Arnold and Christopher West, and with the interest blankets are purchased for the poor.
POST from East Dereham.
Bangay Richard parish clerk Brumell Rev. Charles, M.A. rector, Rectory Carmen Robert shopkeeper Clarke Mrs Mary Ann machine owner Green Charles vict. Swan Inn, farmer, assistant overseer for Hunworth and Saxlingham, collector of taxes for Bale, Gunthorpe, Saxlingham, and Sharrington, attendance officer for Brinton School Board, and agent for the Alliance Fire & Life Insurance Company Green William farmer Key Edwd. bldr. contractor, and assistant Sturgess overseer and collector for Thornage Lakey George farmer Lewis John farmer Mindham Mrs Mary shopkeeper Russell Benjamin harness maker and vict. Hastings Arms Inn Spencer John harness maker Turner Miss Ann farmer Turner Charles farmer Wright Miss farmer
See also the Sharrington parish page.
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