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Norfolk: Tivetshall St Mary

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

[Transcription copyright © Pat Newby]

TIVETSHALL ST. MARY, a village 15 miles S. by W. of Norwich, 5½ miles N. by E. of Diss. The parish comprises 1222 acres, and contained, in 1841, 331 inhabitants; its present residents are:-

         Bignold  Rev. Frederick
                    Samuel
         Bond     John            blacksmith
         Burgess  James           'Ram'
         Gibson   Frederick       miller
         Gowing   William         blacksmith
         Harvey   William         grocery dealer & wheelwright
         Pretty   William         shoemaker
         Thrower  Mr. John
         West     Edward          grocery dealer
 
                           Farmers.
 
         Andrews  John            Holmes   Robert
         Bennett  Thomas          Land     James
         Dix      George          Lee      Gryse James [see note]
         Gardener John            Salter   John
         Hewitt   John            Watson   Abraham
         Hill     James           Wiseman  John
 

Note: In the original this is
    Lee Gryse James
As Le Grys and Le Grice are Norfolk names, this may be a variation.


See also the Tivetshall St Mary parish page.

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December 2005