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Norfolk: South Lopham

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 Thos. Cox's. Letters despatched, via Thetford, at 4.35 p.m.

	Bateman     Rev. John F.,  rector of North and
	              M.A.           South Lopham, Rectory
	Chamberlain Charles        vict. Chequers
	Chamberlain Charles        tailor & draper
	Cobb        John           tailor
	Cox         Thomas         grocer and draper
	Elmer       William        blacksmith
	Garham      William        carpenter
	Grant       James          baker and butcher
	Hails       John           victualler, Crown
	Mace        Joseph         victualler, White Horse
	Murton      Charles        poulterer
	Muskett     Edward, Esq.   high bailiff
	Pratt       John           corn miller
	Seakings    Frederick      parish clerk
	Self        Francis        shopkeeper
	Turner      George Thurlow shoemaker
	Wallis      Seth           grocer and joiner


	Andrews     John           Hawes     George
	Brown       Charles        Pearce    Elizabeth
	Bullock     Walter         Reeve     Robert
	Crowe       Malteward      Rolfe     Geo. Wharton
	Crick       Barnaby        Self      William
	Fisher      Philip         Soar      Jonathan
	Good        George         Soar      Robert
	Green       Henry          Soar      William
	Hambling    Wm.            Witton    Edward

	                 LINEN MANFRS.

	Bowell      William        Dove      John
	Buckenham   Thos.          Downing   Richard

See also the South Lopham parish page.

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Copyright © Pat Newby.
March 2006