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Norfolk: Burlingham St Andrew
and Burlingham St Peter

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

[Transcription copyright © Pat Newby]

BURLINGHAM (NORTH) is a straggling village 8½ miles E. of Norwich, situated near the Yarmouth turnpike road, in the parishes of Burlingham, St. Andrew and St. Peter, the former of which comprises 859 acres, and the latter about 400 acres. The population in 1841, of St. Andrew, was 214, and of St. Peter 91; its present residents are:-

	Aldous     Robert           farmer
	Benstead   John             wheelwright
	Burroughes H.N. Esq. M.P.
	Burroughes J.B. Esq.
	Jary       William, Esq.
	Nursey     Rev. Perry, B.A.
	Pearce     William          farmer
	Pyle       Thomas           grocery dealer
	Tooley     George           shoemaker


See also the Burlingham St Andrew and Burlingham St Peter parish pages.

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July 2006