Norfolk: Trowse Newton
Hunt's Directory of East Norfolk with Part of Suffolk, 1850
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TROWSE-with-NEWTON, a village having a Railway Station, 1 mile S.E. of Norwich. The parish comprises 1252 acres, and contained, in 1841, 562 inhabitants; its present residents are:-
Aldis Jonathan shoemaker Beloe James basket & sieve makr. Bolton George shoemaker Bullard Thomas grocery dealer Carter Rev. George (vicar) Chasteney Miss Eliza Coleman Robert beer retailer Cooper James gardener Daniels Robert blacksmith Day Frederick grocery dealer Denny Thomas pork butcher Dent Elizabeth Ann Infant school Drew Charles dish turner Finch John wheelwright Goose Joseph lime burner Goose Robert 'Carpenter's Arms' Gowen Thomas coal dealer Grief Hamlet parish clerk Grief Jonathan pork butcher Hall George 'White Horse' (and joiner) Harris William 'Angel' Jarvis Richard 'Drovers' Johnson Danl. carpenter & sawyer King Philip 'Lime Kiln' (and wheeler) Le Grys and Co. carpenters and timber yard Martin John cowkeeper Money Captain Philip John Money General Archibald Crown Point Newson Samuel grocery dealer and baker Park Ann National school Plant Jas. registrar & tax collector Proudfoot Wm. B. baker & grocery dealer Read Thos. Wm. & Co. millers and merchants Thetford William butcher Thurlow John grocery dealer Turner Robert hair dresser Wells Mr. Henry Wilson Mr. Thomas Wortley John 'White House' (ferry) Youngs Wm. Francis butcher Farmers. Alborough Thomas Buttle William (and cowkeeper) Gowing George Jecks Isaac Plant James Turner John
See also the Trowse Newton parish page.
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