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Norfolk: Old Buckenham

Hunt's Directory of East Norfolk with Part of Suffolk 1850

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BUCKENHAM (OLD,) is a village 16 miles S.W. of Norwich, 3 miles S. by E. of Attleborough, and 1 mile N. by W. of New Buckenham. The parish comprises 4812 acres, and contained in 1841, 1255 inhabitants; its present residents are:-

	Adamson    William           schoolmaster
	Bales      John              butcher
	Burlingham Jno. and Sons     millers and corn and seed merchants
	Chapman    Thomas            blacksmith
	Daynes     John              beer retailer
	Fulcher    Rev. Thomas, B.A. (curate)
	Gage       Thomas            bricklayer
	Haylett    John              painter, glazier, &c.
	Holl       George Taylor     'White Horse' and watchmaker
	Houchen    Edward            beer retailer and shoemaker
	Kibberd    Robert            wheelwright
	Lancaster  Joseph            butcher
	Lancaster  Susan             school
	Long       David             baker
	Loveday    Jn.               blacksmith & founder
	Mordey     John              beer retailer and shoemaker
	Mounseer   Mrs.
	Norton     John              carpenter
	Palmer     James             grocer and draper
	Petley     William           veterinary surgeon
	Philips    Abraham           carpenter
	Philips    Jacob             carpenter
	Potter     Amos              grocer and draper
	Potter     Amos              tailor
	Punt       John              blacksmith
	Smith      John              shoemaker
	Smith      Robert            wheelwright


	Bagwell    John              Last      Richard
	Bales      William           Long      John
	Bird       Richard           Palmer    Edward
	Colman     William           Palmer    Ellis
	Davy       William           Palmer    James
	Drake      Thomas            Peck      Richard
	Hewitt     James             Rodwell   Thomas
	Hewitt     Samuel            Salter    George William

See also the Old Buckenham parish page.

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September 2009