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Norfolk: Wormegay

William White's History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Norfolk 1864

[Transcription copyright © Pat Newby]

This is the list of the tradespeople and the most prominent residents.

         Henslowe   Rev. W.H., M.A.
         Hogg and                   brewers and maltsters,
           Seppings                   Setch Bridge
         Church     Fredk.          brewer at Brewery
         Clamp      Peter           cashier at Brewery
         Seppings   James, Esq.     The Grange
         Brown      Isaac and Mary  National School
         King       Chas.           tea dealer
         Fish       Chas.           vict. Red Lion
         Youngs     Wm. Holland     carpenter and vict. Crown
 
            shoemakers                 shopkeepers
 
         Craven     Edw.            Mann      Thos.
         Nurse      Wm.             Penton    George
                                    Smith     James
 
                             farmers
 
         Curties    Thomas          Nurse     Mary
         Gore       Wm.             Rodwell   John
         Hoff       Wm. Gibson      Youngs    John
         Matthews   William
 

See also the Wormegay parish page.

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March 2006