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Norfolk: Letheringsett

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

[Transcription copyright © Pat Newby]

LETHERINGSETT, picturesquely seated in the well-wooded valley of the Glaven, 1½ mile W. of [Holt], has in its parish 273 souls, and 844A. of land, belonging to several owners, the largest of whom is W.H.C. Hardy, Esq., who resides at the Hall, a handsome mansion with a Grecian portico, and beautiful gardens and plantations. His large brewery and malthouse are ornamental buildings, near the river, where a bridge was built by subscription, in 1818. The hall was erected and the grounds planted and laid out by the late W. Hardy, Esq.

The Church (St. Andrew,) has a round tower and three bells, and was built soon after the Conquest, by the Earl of Buckingham. The living is a discharged rectory, valued in the King's Book at £12, and now having 27A. of glebe, a good residence, and a yearly rent of £253, awarded in 1839, in lieu of tithes. The Rev. Charles Codd, B.A., is patron and incumbent.

The poor have 3s. a year from the site of a cottage.


	Burrell   Mr. J.W.
	Cabon     James                  wheelwright
	Codd      Rev. Chas., B.A.       Rectory
	Denness   Mr. Martin
	Hardy     Wm. Hardy Cozens, Esq. brewer and maltster, Hall
	Hardy     Mrs. Mary
	Gates     Thos.                  clerk
	Jeckell   Fras.                  shoemaker
	Jex       Johnson                blacksmith and watchmaker
	Prike     Jas.                   shopkeeper and shoemaker
	Scrimshaw Miss Ann
	Tinker    James                  carpenter
	Webb      James M., Esq.         solicitor, (office Holt)
	White     Samuel                 vict., King's Head


	Cabon     Thomas                 (owner)
	Claxton   Wm.
	Watson    Wm. R.                 (owner)
	Stimson   Geo.

See also the Letheringsett parish page.

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January 2009