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Norfolk: Hardingham

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

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HARDINGHAM, a village 14 miles W. by S. of Norwich and 3 miles N. of Hingham. The parish comprises 2650 acres, and contained in 1841, 602 inhabitants: its present residents are:-

	Alcock     John               carpenter
	Bush       John               'Bird in Hand'
	Dye        William            school
	Edwards    Mr. Henry W.
	Edwards    Mrs. Lucy          the Hall
	Garwood    Mr. John
	Goldson    George             beer retailer
	Paroissien Rev. Challis, M.A.
	Taylor     John               solicitor
	Thurling   William            blacksmith
	Tingey &
	  Roberson                    millers

	                       Farmers.

	Anthony    John               Duffield  William
	Baly       George             Goldson   John
	Bennett    John               Haystead  William
	Cadywould  Thomas             Holdich   Francis
	Carman     John,              Norton    John
	             Old Hall         Rose      Thomas
	Carter     Joseph

RAILWAY CONVEYANCE. - Trains several times daily, to all places on the Norfolk and Eastern Counties railway.


See also the Hardingham parish page.

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March 2011