Norfolk: Stoke Holy Cross


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

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STOKE HOLY CROSS, a village 5 miles S. of Norwich. The parish comprises an area of 1603 acres, and the population in 1841 was 453. Post-Office at William Horne's. Letters delivered at 9 a.m. and despatched to Norwich and all parts at 4.30 p.m.

         Bailey   Rev. John
         Balls    William           'The Lion'
         Barnes   Fiddy             gardener
         Birkbeck Henry, Esq.
         Colman   Jerh. and James   mustard and starch manfrs.
                                      seed crushers & millers
                                      (& College hill, London)
         Horne    Wm.               shoemaker & grocer
         Huggins  John              'Rummer Inn'
         Lincoln  Robert            bricklayer
         Norman   Mr. Robert
         Pearce   Robert            blacksmith
         Whitaker John              lime burner
         Wilgress John              wheelwright
         Burwood  Edward            Hurn     Matthew
         Cooper   Henry             Leech    John
         Dix      Thomas            Minns    Jacob
         Drake    William           Press    Edward
         Edwards  John (and road    Purdy    Robert
                    surveyor)       Sayer    James
         Huggins  Charles           Seaman   John

See also the Stoke Holy Cross parish page.

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