Norfolk: Upton with Fishley


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

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UPTON-cum-FISHLEY, a village 12 miles E. by N. of Norwich, and 11 miles W.N.W. of Yarmouth. The parish comprises 2066 acres, and contained, in 1841, 528 inhabitants; its present residents are:-

         Brown      James              builder
         Clarke     Edmond             parish clerk
         Denton     Mr. Fredk. James   Fishley Hall
         Eagus      Henry              joiner
         Eagus      Robert             joiner
         Gillings   Benjamin           shoemaker
         Greaves    Rev. John William
         Lambert    Henry              tinman & brazier
         Page       William            wheelwright
         Porter     Benjamin           tailor
         Sparrow    James              'White Horse'
         Skoyles    John               tailor
         Stout      Joseph             blacksmith
         Taylor     David              builder, &c.
         Tungate    John               joiner
         Waters     Adam               butcher and grocery dealer
         Willgress  Benjamin           joiner
         Willgress  John               shoemaker
         Wright     George             'Cock'
         Adams      Benjamin           Mitchell   William
         Brown      James              Porter     Mark
         Capon      Robert             Risebrook  John
         Ecclestone William            Turner     George
         George     Thomas             Turner     John
         Hood       James

CARRIERS to Norwich, Cater, Sat. 7 morn. To Yarmouth, Betts, Wednesday, 8 morning.

See also the Upton and Fishley parish pages.

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