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' Farmers. 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.
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