[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:
Bulleye John and Beatrice Durnford Rev. Arthur Gifford, M.A. Hastings Lord Hunt Sir Thomas
This is the list of the tradespeople and the most prominent residents.
POST OFFICE at Ann Page's. Letters despatched via Thetford.
Bastard Robert plumber, glazier, &c. Durnford Rev. Arthur G., M.A. Vicarage Ling John brazier and tinner Pank Wm. bricklayer Philpott Rev. Geo. Newnham curate Walter Mrs Eliz. INNS AND TAVERNS. Chapman William Chequers Pegg John Fox and Hounds (& glover) Beckham Cyrus Maid's Head Neal John Red Lion BLACKSMITHS. Cooper Benjamin Smith John FARMERS. Bastard Benjamin Bastard Robert Brett James Bloomfield Thomas (and butcher) Dobson Henry Manor House Dobson John Fulcher Thomas Johnson Thomas Martin Charles Leamon Barnabas Lewis Richard Olley Nicholas Pegg John (and baker & miller) Pratt Charles Tipple George JOINERS AND WHEELWRIGHTS. Adkins Samuel Haylett John Taylor John SCHOOLS. Balls Mary Ann Aberdein Samuel & Strike Mrs National [See note below] Philpott Rev. Geo. N. (boarding) SHOE MAKERS. Dack Robert Freary Fenn Harmer Robert Patrick Robert SHOPKEEPERS. Aberdein Samuel Dodman William Pegg George TAILORS. Dent Samuel Dent William Doy John Pegg Matthew Smith JohnCARRIERS. Wm. Gunton & Wm. Page to Norwich, Wednesday and Saturday
See also the Hindolveston parish page.
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