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Norfolk: Bunwell

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.

POST OFFICE at Jemima Roper's. Letters desp. via Attleborough at 6.30 p.m.

	Austin    Henry           corn miller
	Chandler  John            bricklayer
	Gill      Rev. Fredk. G.,
	            M.A.          curate
	Goddard   Robert          parish clerk
	Hinchley  Charles         vict. Queen's Head
	Howes     Esther          mistress, National school
	Smith     Robert          brickmaker, &c.
	Stevenson John            vict. Anchor Inn

	  BEERHOUSES.               BOOT & SHOEMAKERS.

	Howes     James           Barnard   George
	Lingood   William         Long      John

	  BLACKSMITHS.              CARPENTERS.

	Kemp      Charles         Abon      Jeremiah
	Peacock   George          Tubby     Charles

	                   FARMERS.

	Anthony   John            Everett   Richard
	Ayton     Isaac           Grant     Stephen
	Bale      William         Hardy     George
	Barker    Thomas          Holman    Edward
	Bateman   James           Kemp      Samuel
	Betts     Wm. Peri's      Lanham    Nelson, sen
	Bower     Joseph          Lanham    Nelson, jun
	Branch    Robert          Lester    John
	Brown     John            Long      Wm. (Exors)
	Brown     William         Newman    James
	Burton    William         Smith     James
	Cocks     Samuel          West      Wm. James,
	Cole      James                       (& plumber, &c.)
	Coleman   Sarah

	  SHOPKEEPERS.              TAILORS.

	Bayes     James           Caisey    Charles
	Carter    Mary            Loads     Samuel
	Coleman   Samuel

CARRIER. To Norwich, John Brown, Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday


See also the Bunwell parish page.

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Copyright © Pat Newby.
December 2005