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:
Adamson Rev. Wm. Blackerley Thos. Clough Robert Gover Messrs.
This is the list of the tradespeople and the most prominent residents.
POST OFFICE at Wm. Rolfe's. Letters despatched, via Brandon, at 8 p.m.
Badley Sarah vict. Red Lion Balding Wm. vict. Black Horse Carpenter John E. schoolmaster Green William vict. Anchor Inn Greenfield James wheelwright Greenfield William brickmaker Hutt Rev. William rector of Hockwold, & senr. Fellow Wayman, M.A. of Caius College, Cambridge Jacob Mr. Johnson James joiner Leonard John vict. Ball Morley Wm. lime burner Newcome Mrs. Catherine Hall Pearson Henry vict. New Inn Pearson Geo. senr. nursery man Petitt John tailor, and parish clerk Pymer William vict. Ferry Boat Rolfe John saddler Woolsey Mrs Alice Wortley Thomas corn miller BLACKSMITHS. BEERHOUSES. Coates Samuel Cock R. (& carpenter) Palmer Mark Cock Grimmer FARMERS. (* are owners.) Addy Edward * Morley William Algar R. * Palmer Mark Black dyke Pearson Henry * Bloomfield Chas. Pearson Ambrose, * Cossey James Cloud Farm Cock Mary Pearson John * Enefer Joseph * Pearson Robert Green John * Rolfe William * Jacob George Spinks John Johnson Edward * Thompson Robt. * King Cyril Thompson William Kent Lewis GROCERS & DRAPERS. Curtis Robert Pearson George SHOEMAKERS. SHOPKEEPERS. Bell John Secker George West John West Elizabeth Woolsey Susan
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