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Norfolk: Itteringham

William White's History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Norfolk 1845

[Transcription copyright © Richard Johns]

ITTERINGHAM, a pleasant village, 4 miles N.W. of Aylsham, has in its parish 357 souls, and 1442 acres of land, belonging to the Earl of Orford, and the Dowager Lady Suffield. The former is patron of the rectory, valued in the King's Book at £5.17s.1d., and consolidated with that of Mannington, and the incumbency of the Rev. Robt. Walpole, of London. The glebe is 28 acres, and the tithes of the two parishes were commuted in 1841 for £346.5s.

The CHURCH (Virgin Mary,) has a tower, and one bell, and on its south side is the ivy-mantled ruin of a small chapel.

Two acres of land, mostly a gravel pit, was purchased in 1699, with £8 given to the poor by Lady Potts, and £12 subscribed by the parish.


	Adams     Wm.           shopkeeper
	Alexander Benj.         tailor
	Brett     Natl.         wheelwright
	Brown     James         tanner
	Burgis    Richd.        shopkeeper
	Cook      Geo.          farmer
	Copeman   Fredk.        corn miller
	Dewing    Thos.         tailor
	Fowell    Edw. Wm.      shoemaker
	Garnham   Chas.         farmer
	Gildert   Rev. Geo. C.,
	            B.A.        curate
	Godfrey   Wm.           land agent
	Hall      Henry         blacksmith
	Lee       Robt.         rat catcher
	Overton   Wm.           shoemaker
	Slipper   Saml.         wheelwright
	Smith     Wm.           Walpole Arms
	Youngs    Robert        manager.

See also the Itteringham parish page.

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