Norfolk: Smallburgh


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

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SMALLBURGH, a village 5½ miles S.E. of North Walsham, and 12 miles N.E. of Norwich. The parish comprises an area of 1247 acres, and the population in 1841 was 634. Post Office, at John Watts's. Letters delivered at 10 a.m. and despatched to Norwich and all parts at 3 p.m.

         Abigall     John         'Crown' (and joiner)         Abigall     John, jun.   baker         Atler       Mr. Richard         Brooks      Christopher  shoemaker         Burr        Mrs. --         Clipperton  John         blacksmith         Deyns       William      farmer         Dix         John         surgeon         Gilbert     Charles      commercial clerk         Harris      Timothy      painter, glazier, &c.         Howse       John         wheelwright         Ireland     John         grocer and draper         Jay         John         farmer         Knights     Eli          miller         Knights     John         carrier         Lacy        William      glover         Leatherdale Rev. John    (curate)         Long        George       shoemaker         Mileham     Thomas       beer retailer         Neave       Edward       blacksmith         Postle      John         farmer         Postle      William      farmer         Pratt       Robert       tailor         Shepherd    Benj.        painter, glazier, &c.         Smith       Washington   master of workhouse &                                    superintendent registrar         Trory       Richard      shoemaker         Witby       Mary         national school 

CARRIER to Norwich, Knights Wed. & Sat. 6 morn.

See also the Smallburgh parish page.

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November 2011