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Norfolk: Bacton

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

[Transcription copyright © Pat Newby]

The description of the parish has not been transcribed because it is similiar to that in White's Directories for 1845 and 1883.

These are the names in the text that are not included in the list of residents and tradespeople, below:

	Bradfield  J.
	Branthwayt Miles, Esq.
	Cubitt     Thos.
	Cubitt     Mr. W.P.               of Bacton Abbey
	Culley     H.R.
	Culley     Mrs.                   of Dilham
	Girling    Mrs.
	Glanville  Wm. de
	Mack       John
	Morse      Miss Emily
	Wodehouse  Lord
	Wodehouse  Thomas
This is the list of the tradespeople and the most prominent residents.

POST OFFICE at Eliz. Cotton's. Letters desp. to Norwich, via N. Walsham, at 2.15 p.m.

	Atkinson   Mrs My.
	Banger     Wm.                    par. clerk
	Bean       Jane                   beerhs.
	Brookes    Hy.                    police
	Burton     Wm.                    corn miller, Bacton Wood
	Clarke     William John           blacksmith
	Freeman    Whiteman               chief officer of the Coast Guard
	Godbolt    Anna Maria             National School
	Gotts      Marshall               bricklayer
	Grimes     Wm. Geo.               boot and shoe maker
	Haggith    Robt.                  tailor
	Jackson    Captain Thomas, R.N.
	Larter     Robert                 wheelwright
	Marshall   William                joiner and carpenter
	Mason      Mr Samuel
	Metcalf    Miles                  gent
	Morris     Chas.                  gardr.
	Newman     Robert                 victualler, Ship Inn
	Pestell    Wm. Barthw.            vict. King's Head
	Pilch      Hy.                    baker
	Rook       George                 master, National School
	Storey     Wm.                    plumber, painter, & glazier
	Wiseman    Murray                 gent.
	Woolston   Robert                 boot and shoe maker
	Wright     Rev. Jas. Camper, M.A. Vicarage


	Bond       Wm. Mayes
	Burton     John
	Clarke     Mary
	Claxton    Rice
	Cubitt     W. Partridge           (& coal merchant) Abbey farm
	Flowerday  William
	Lound      William
	Neave      William
	Newman     Robert
	Sturgess   William
	Wilkins    John                   (and butcher)


	Cannon     Ann
	Marris     Henry                  (and harness maker)
CARRIER. James Abigell to Norwich, Tu. Fri.

See also the Bacton parish page.

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Copyright © Pat Newby.
January 2008