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Norfolk: Shimpling

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

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SHIMPLING, 3½ miles N.E. of Diss, has in its parish 230 souls, and 670 acres of land, exclusive of commons. Thos. Dyson, Esq., is lord of the manor, but the Duke of Grafton owns the farm and ancient house, called Shimpling Place; and the Rev. Henry Harrison, of Palgrave, has an estate here, and is patron and incumbent of the rectory, valued in the King's Book at £10. 13s. 4d., and in 1831, at £226. The Church (St. George,) has a tower and four bells. The glebe is 20A. The Church land is 6½A., and the poor have 12s. a year, left by Wm. Dennington, in 1725.


         Chatten   Barnabas  beer seller
         Hammond   Edmund    joiner
         Hammond   Jonathan  shoemaker
         Wilton    Thomas    blacksmith
         Catchpole Daniel
         Chatten   Robert
         Cooke     Charles   (Shimpling Place)
         Edwards   Benj.
         Ford      George
         Wells     Thomas    (Hall)
         Foulger   Robert
         Kerridge  Richard

See also the Shimpling parish page.

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November 2003