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Norfolk: Filby

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

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FILBY, a village 16 miles E. by N. of Norwich, and 6 miles N.W. of Yarmouth. The parish comprises an area of 1190 acres, and the population in 1841 was 553. Post-Office, at Elizabeth Boulton's. Norwich, London, &c. letters delivered at 9.30 a.m. and despatched at 3.45 p.m. Yarmouth, &c. letters delivered at 4 p.m. and despatched at 9.30 a.m.

	Boulton     Elizabeth          grocery dealer
	Bunn        John               beer retailer
	Chase       George             shoemaker
	English     William            shoemaker
	Everson     James              grocery dealer
	Green       Robert             painter & glazier
	Harris      William            saddler
	Harrison    Wm.                farrier & grocery dlr
	Hunt        William            blacksmith
	Leech       William            gamekeeper
	Lucas       George             solicitor
	Lucas       Rev. Charles, B.A.
	Nichols     Thomas             wheelwright
	Sherrington Mrs. Elizabeth
	Shreeve     James              'Fox and Hounds'
	Shreeve     John               blacksmith
	Skoyles     James              ironfounder
	Smith       William            tailor
	Trett       Mary               shopkeeper
	Trett       Thomas             swine dealer
	Walpole     Clement S.         joiner

	                     Farmers.

	Allard      Francis            Humphrey    George
	Chapman     William            Nockholds   Henry
	Harris      John               Nockholds   Robert
	Hewitt      John               Parker      John
	Humphrey    Benjamin           Skoyles     Thomas
POST CART to and from Norwich and Yarmouth daily.
See also the Filby parish page.

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July 2009