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