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Norfolk: East Harling

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 Wm. Cracknell's. Letters despatched to Thetford, at 7.10 p.m. This is also a Money Order Office and Savings' Bank.

	Atmore    Richd. Esq.
	Anstee    James John         saddler, &c.
	Appleby   William            chemist and druggist
	Bale      Mrs Emily
	Barnard   Chas.              victualler, Queen's Head
	Barnes    Jas.               lime burner
	Brewster  William            gunmaker
	Bussey    Wm.                victualler, White Hart
	Collyer   F.A. Esq.
	Coulson   Mr Saml.
	Dale      Alfred             station master
	Everard   John               bank agent
	Gallant   James              stationer, &c.
	Hagon     William            master, National School
	James     Geo.               blacksmith and ironfounder
	Jones     Edward             police superintendent
	Kelly     Thos.              excise
	Mallett   Henry              cabinet maker
	Peake     Joseph             blacksmith & wheelwright
	Peake     Saml.              smith
	Rust      William            parish clerk
	Sapey     Sarah              victualler, Swan Hotel
	Soffe     William Edward     surgeon
	Solly     George             victualler, Bull Inn
	Tillett   Wm.                gardener
	Whewell   Henry              glass and china dealer
	Wilkinson Rev. Thos.B., M.A. rector
	Woods     Robert and John    millwrights
	Wright    Edward             victualler, Nag's Head

	   BAKERS.                      BRICKLAYERS.

	Bailey    Albert             Clarke     Wm. (& mkr.)
	Bale      Emily              Kerrison   Dd. Bailey
	Osborne   William            Kerrison   James
	Smith     John               Smith      George
	                             Wicks      Isaac

	   BASKETMAKERS.                BUTCHERS.

	Daynes    James              Brame      William
	Tillott   George             Solly      Alfred
	                             Woodcock   George
	                             Woods      Alfred

	   BEERHOUSES.                  COAL MERCHANTS.

	Barnard   George             Pattinson  Robinson
	Barrett   Joseph             Sayer      Charles
	Smith     George
	Smith     Robert                CORN MILLERS.
	Whewell   Elizabeth
	                             Colman     Timothy
	                             Lawrence   James

	                      FARMERS.

	Alderton  John               Kerrison   Charles
	Bale      Emily,             Kerrison   Geo. (and
	            Flint Hall                    brickmaker)
	Barnard   George             Sapey      Robert
	Buckenham Matilda            Sapey      Sarah
	Buckenham Wm.                Sapey      Zachariah
	Colman    Timothy            Willingham John
	Dent      Edward             Whewell    John B.
	Gregory   Jonathan

	   GROCERS & DRAPERS.           SHOEMAKERS.

	Barrett   Robert             Adams      William
	Cracknell William            Barnard    Charles
	Everitt   Walter, (&         Barnard    Robt. John
	            tallow chandler) Gregory    L.
	Osborne   William            Peck       Edward Slack
	Youles    Benj. & Saml.      Pull       Robert
	                             Squire     John

	   PLUMBERS, &c.

	Smith     Robert
	Watson    William

	   SHOPKEEPERS.                 TAILORS.

	Gallant   Samuel             Barnard    George
	Hambling  Thomas             Barrett    Robert
	Smith     Maria              Cracknell  William
	Smith     Sarah              Kerridge   Henry
	                             Minnett    Charles
TRAINS from Harling station several times a day


See also the East Harling parish page.

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Copyright © Pat Newby.
March 2006