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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:
Barber William Cousens Rev. Richard Rowland, B.A. de Albini Wm. Juby Wm. Taylor Thos. L., Esq.
There are memorials in the church to the Knyvet family.
POST OFFICE at J. Wallis's.
This is the list of the tradespeople and the most prominent residents.
Allen & Page milliners & dressmakers Andrews Thos. watchmaker & shopkr. Betts Mrs Cattermole Mr John Clowes E.N. & Son solrs. & insce. agts. Clowes Arthur Tallent (E.N. & Son) and clerk to guardians, & supt. registrar Clowes Edwd. Norris (E.N. & Son) and clerk to magistrates Cousens Rev. R.R., B.A. Parsonage Coleman John vict. King's Head Ellidge Rev. Geo. (Wes.) Gapp Miss Gall John, Esquire Holl Lewis veterinary surgeon Howard Horace Fulcher surgeon Howard Mrs Eliz. Jessup Jas. & Luke hawkers Kemp Misses Manning Wm. chemist and druggist Mickleburgh Wm. vict. White Horse Palmer Miss R. Ribbons Jas. fruiterer Rotherham John corn miller Stebbings Elvin vict. George Inn Stebbings Thos. plumber & parish clerk Sutton Mrs Townshend Mrs Mary Townshend John currier, &c. Turner Hammond grocers, drapers, & wine & spirit & Jph. John merchants Turner Mrs. & Miss Beech Cottage Wallis Johnson ironmonger, smith, & inspector of weights & measures Wilson Daniel hairdresser, glover, &c. BAKERS. BASKET MAKERS. Beales Ellis Brown John Woodrow Henry Davy Daniel, (and cooper) BUTCHERS. CARPENTERS. Lansdell Geo. (pork) Aldis James Lawrence Benj. Aldis William Watling Jas. (pork) Humphrey Wm. DEALERS. FARMERS. Lawrence John Bond E.F. (Exors.) Pitcher John Symonds Charles Self John SADDLERS. SCHOOLS. Austin James Baye Jane Townshend John & Thomas Legood Edwin SHOEMAKERS. TAILORS. Calver Wm. Davy Thomas Davy Daniel Lighton Wm. Garrod Robt. Turner James Buddery Henry
Charles Steggels to Norwich, Wednesday & Saturday, & Js. Hewitt to Diss, Friday
See also the New Buckenham parish page.
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