Norfolk: Great Snoring


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

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

POST OFFICE at Christopher Mallett's. Letters desp., via Fakenham, at 2.45 p.m.

         Bell        Rev. G. Robley,
                       B.A.           curate, Rectory
         Cook        David            wheelwright
         Cowlsey     Robert           parish clerk
         Granger     Charles          blacksmith
         Gray        John             master of Workhouse
         Hill        William          tailor
         Lack        Robert           shoemaker
         Lack        Thomas           shoemkr. & vict. Unicorn
         Leeder      Miss Betsy
         Mallett     Christopher      schoolmaster
         Savage      Hy.              shopkr.
         Southgate   Charles, junior  millwright
         Southgate   Rt.              coach painter & trimmer,
                                        and victualler, Three Tuns
         Southgate   Wm.              miller, baker, & shopkr
         Southgate   William          horsebreaker
         Stannard    Mrs Maria        The Cottage
         Archer      Robert           Perowne    Benjamin
         Bradfield   Charles                       Manor House
         Chamberlain Thos.            Southgate  C. senr.
         Hall        James            Southgate  Sampson
            MACHINE MAKERS.
         Bushell     Jonas
         Cook        George

See also the Great Snoring parish page.

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May 2006