LUDHAM, a village 13 miles N.E. by E. of Norwich, and 13 miles N.W. of Yarmouth. The parish comprises an area of 2977 acres, and the population in 1841 was 924. Post-Office at Robert Newton's. Letters delivered at 12 noon, and despatched to Norwich and all parts, via Stalham, at 1.30 p.m.
Annison Edward blacksmith Barry Thomas hair dresser Bathurst Rev. Walter A. M.A. Bayles John grocer & draper, and agent for the Norwich Equitable fire office Burrell Samuel 'King's Head' Chaplin John wheelwright Clark Samuel butcher Clarke John corn & coal merchant Colls William wheelwright Colman James tailor Coustos Hiram S. school, general agent for servants, and for the Temperance and General Provident institution Dale John baker & beer retailer Davey Wm. and David bricklayers Deeker Mr. John England William millwright Fairhead Clarissa grocer & draper Fairhead George carrier Farrow John painter & glazier, &c. Fendick Wm. grocer and draper Forder Richard farrier Fulcher James wheelwright Grapes Simon miller Green John shoemaker Green William ironmonger Huke Samuel Taylor surgeon King William 'Dog' Lacey James saddler Lincoln Richard national schoolmaster Lincoln William bricklayer Mack Mr. Thomas Mornement Mr. Mark Daniel Myhill Samuel glover Newton Robert 'Crown' Page William miller Read Mrs. Esther Rice Edward shoemaker Saddler Mr. John Smith George shoemaker Smith George tailor Smith Lewis H. superintendent of police Thurgate Thomas blacksmith Varley Benjamin blacksmith Warnes Robert miller Farmers. Bond Ann Hacon William (and maltster) Clarke John Heath William, the Hall Daniels George Jones Thomas Garrett James Norgate Thomas Garrett R. Page John Gaul George Page William Sherwood Green James Pettingle Elizabeth Green Thomas Pigg William (and butcher) Green William Rice Robert Greenacre James Slipper Thomas Thaxter WilliamCONVEYANCES. - The Stalham coaches to and from Yarmouth, 3 times a week.
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