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Norfolk: Haddiscoe

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 James Bee's. Letters desp. to Norwich, via Loddon, at 1.35 p.m.

	Bee      James              wheelwright
	Brown    John               victualler, Three Tuns
	Foulger  Cornelius John     station master
	Grimmer  Henry S., Esq.     Manor House
	Garrood  Charles Ling       blacksmith, rate collector,
	                              and parish clerk
	Garrood  Harriet            schoolmistress
	Gowing   Samuel             thatcher
	Howlett  John               victualler, Queen's Head
	Howard   Wm.                plumber, painter, glazier, and
	                              victualler, Crown Inn
	Kemp     Rachel             milliner and dressmaker
	Scarll   William            carpenter
	Talman   Rev. William, M.A. Rectory
	Weeds    Eliza              schoolmistress

	                     FARMERS.

	Barker   Dnl. (ownr.)       Garwood  George
	Bond     Robert and         Garwood  James
	           Gregory          Grimmer  George
	Durrant  John               Palmer   Ambrose John,
	Flaxman  Benjamin                      Hall farm

	                  MKT. GARDENERS.

	Balls    Benjamin           Dawson   Thomas
	Beckett  John               Easter   Robert
	Buck     James              Flaxman  Absalom
	Buck     William            Flaxman  Benjamin
	Cable    James              Flaxman  Henry
	Cole     William            Flaxman  John
	Dawson   James              Kett     George

	                               SHOEMAKERS.
	   MARSHMEN.
	                            Curtis   Robert
	Elliott  Jacob              Flaxman  Henry
	Farman   Jacob
	Webb     James                 SHOPKEEPERS.
	Webb     William
	                           Cole     William
	                           Hubbard  Rose Ann


See also the Haddiscoe parish page.

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Copyright © Pat Newby.
March 2006