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 FARMERS. 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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