The description of the parish has not been transcribed because it is similiar to that in White's Directories for 1845 and 1883.
These are the names in the text that are not included in the list of residents and tradespeople, below:
Barsham John B., Esq. Bodham Rev. Thomas Calthrop J., Esq. Carter T.A., Esq. Corston Wm. Hare Sir Thomas, Bart. Hebgin Mr. Wm. Lancaster Joseph Montgomery JamesThere are memorials in the church to George Aylmer, Esq., and to the Barsham, Fincham, Hebgin, and Medcalf families.
This is the list of the tradespeople and the most prominent residents.
POST OFFICE at Ann Hubbard's. Letters desp. via Downham at 5.45 p.m.
Addison Henry carpenter Alexander Robert coal dealer Arthy Edward, M.D. Ivy House Aylmer Miss Susan Barsham Mrs Eliz. Blyth Rev. William M.A. Rectory Brett Phœbe and Harriet dressmakers Cater William surgeon Chapman Misses Susan and Elizabeth Docking Lawrence coal dealer Fendley John shopkeeper Flood William victualler, Crown Hopkins Mrs Ann Hubbard Mrs Ann Hutchinson Mrs Martha Kendle William smith Kemp Thomas veterinary surgeon Parker Mr H Pearman Wm shopkeeper Riches Edward victualler, Swan Sands Mr Nichls Saunders R. bricklayer Scott Henry grocer and draper Thompson Mr Tiffin Mrs Ann Trigg Charles master, National School FARMERS. * are owners. Anthony John * Aylmer G. senior, Moat House Aylmer Geo. jun. Aylmer J. Talbot's Manor House Aylmer John B. Hall Farm Bywater William Flood Robert Hall Jex * Hebgin Sus & Har. Plater's Hall Hubbard John (and tax collector) Lemmon Charles BAKERS. SADDLERS. Cater Henry Armstrong William Fryer John Flood Robert Sporne Geo. (& milr) BEERHOUSES. SHOEMAKERS. Bywater Thomas Brett Henry Hammond John (& Fendick John shopkeeper) Overton Henry Y. BUTCHERS. TAILORS. Abell John Laws Henry Garner William Nurse J. (& draper) Parker William Riches Edward PLUMBERS, &C. WHEELWRIGHTS. Rix George Cordy Matthew Southgate Edward Pearce Joshua Shelton Jas. Wm.
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