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Norfolk: Costessey

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

[Transcription copyright © Pat Newby]

COSTESSEY is a village 4 miles N.W. by N. of Norwich. The parish comprises an area of 2648 acres, and the population in 1841, was 1074. Post-Office, at John Spaul's. Letters delivered at 9,30 a.m. and despatched to Norwich and all parts, at 4,30 p.m.

	Stafford   Lord George           Costessey Hall  [see note below]
	Jerningham the Hon. Henry
	             Valentine Stafford  Costessey Hall  [see note below]

	Banham     James                 well sinker, &c.
	Banham     William               butcher
	Barnham    Mr. John
	Bealey     Thomas                grocery dealer and wheelwright
	Beloe      Charles               tailor
	Blowers    John                  land agent to Lord Stafford
	Bolton     James                 master of British school
	Cannell    Jacob                 butcher
	Clarke     John                  'White Hart'
	Cole       John                  wheelwright
	Cook       John                  tailor
	Culley     John, Esq.
	Culley     Hy. Utting            miller, &c.
	Cushion    William               shoemaker
	Dye        Philip                postman
	Easter     William               clerk
	Elwes      Rev. James            chaplain to Lord Stafford
	Evans      Rev. James W. M.A.    (incumbent)
	Farman     Benjamin              basket maker
	Fox        Robert                clerk at Taverham mills
	Galley     John                  beer retailer
	Grant      Joseph                glass stainer
	Gunton     George                brickmaker
	Hastings   Edward and William    joiners and wheelwrights
	Hastings   William               wheelwright
	Hudson     James                 'Falcon Inn'
	Husenbeth  Mr. Frederick
	             Charles             catholic minister
	Ivory      Mr. John              baptist minister
	Kidd       John L.J.             builder
	Kidd       Thomas                bricklayer
	Laws       Mark                  shoemaker
	Laws       Robert                tailor
	Linall     James                 carver at the Hall
	Middleton  Charles Esq.
	Miller     John                  brewer & beer retailer
	Money      Elden                 lime burner
	Moss       John                  master of Church school
	Norman     John, jun.            lime burner and bricklayer
	Rogers     William               joiner
	Sadler     John                  shoemaker
	Savage     John                  saddler
	Sidney     Robert C.             grocery dealer
	Sissons    Thomas                'The Swan'
	Smith      Charles               catholic school
	Spaul      John                  blacksmith and grocery dealer
	Spaul      John                  tailor (and Post-Office)
	Spaul      Richard               gardener
	Stevens    Jeremiah              fireman
	Taylor     John                  watchmaker, and the 'Bush'
	Watcham    Charles               pork butcher
	Whisker    John                  grocery dealer
	White      Richard               woodman
	Whiting    John                  gardener to Lord Stafford


	Banham     William
	Barker     Robert
	Culley     John
	Harman     John
	Howard     Peter
	Lovett     Ann
	Martin     Edmund
	Neville    William               (and rat-catcher)
	Salter     William P.
	Sidney     John
	Taylor     William
	Watcham    Robert

CARRIER to Norwich, Whiting, Mon. Wed. and Sat. at 10 morn.

Note:in the original this is:
     Stafford, Lord George, and Jerningham the Hon. Henry Valentine Stafford, Costessey Hall

See also the Costessey parish page.

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December 2007