[Transcription copyright © Pat Newby]
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:
Allison Mr. Chaloner Rev. Jonathan Parker - Scamler James Siely Andrew Siely Cubitt Johnson Smith Robert Suffield Lord Summers Charles Williams Mary
This is the list of the tradespeople and the most prominent residents.
POST OFFICE at Hanh. Ducker's. Letters desp. to Norwich via Stalham, at 2.20 p.m.
Birch Miss Blogg William victualler, Windmill Brown Paul shopkeeper Cantman Wm. rush candlestick maker Clarke Thos. land surveyor, tax collector, mail contractor, & vict. Swan Inn Comben Richd. asst. Upper Light House Cutting Thos. asst. Lower Light House Daniels Frances Agnes National School Dilling Mr Jas. Driscoll Daniel schoolmaster Ducker David carpenter and shopkeeper Ducker Hannah draper and shopkeeper Faulke Mrs My. Ann Green William tailor Humphries Joseph coast guard officer Jimpson Robert beerhouse & shopkpr Kelsey William Upper Light House Monk George Lower Light House Slater Rev. James, M.A. Vicarage Storey William bricklayer Suffling William thatcher BLACKSMITHS. Drake Charles Thompson John FARMERS. (* are Owners.) Barney Benjamin * Bartram Robert * Clarke Thomas * Faulke James Frarey Jnth. Harvey Frarey Ths. Harvey (& corn miller) Lacey John Palmer John Siely Cubitt J. * Siely James * Siely John Grub st * Thompson John * Vincent Geo. Hall FARM BAILIFFS. Allard James Burton James Earl Richard Pye William SHOEMAKERS. Cole Frederick Cooke Robert Hanant Solomon CARRIERS To Yarm. Wed. & Sat Bullimore Robert Purdy James
See also the Happisburgh parish page.
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