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Norfolk: Moulton St Michael

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 George Aldis's. Letters desp. via Long Stratton, at 4.50 p.m.

	  Aldis     Mary               schoolmistress
	  Betts     Edward, Esq.
	              and Mrs Sophia
	  Buckworth Rev. Chas. Peter,
	              M.A.             Rectory
	  Buxton    John               wheelwright
	  Gyton     Samuel             hawker
	  Hurn      Mrs Jemima
	  Moore     George             victualler, Fox & Hounds
	  Lain      Archibald          travelling tinner, &c.
	  Randall   Mary               beerhouse
	  Saunders  James              corn miller
	  Stimpson  Samuel             tailor
	  Wells     Mr Thomas

	     BLACKSMITHS.                CARPENTERS.

	  Aldis     George             Banham    Robert
	  Lighton   Sarah              Stimpson  Edward, (&
	                                           parish clerk)

	                        FARMERS.
	                     * are owners.

	* Bales     James            * Neave     Riches
	  Durrell   Joseph             Potter    John, (and
	  Fish      John (&                        bricklayer)
	              dealer)          Robertson Thomas, (and
	  Gallant   James                          dealer)
	  Hurn      Mrs                Smith     James D.
	  Hurn      James              Smith     James
	  Hurn      William            Smith     Isaac
	  Kett      Alfred             Smith     John
	  King      Robt. Ed. jun.   * Snelling  Edward
	* King      Robert             Tuttle    Henry
	  Martin    George

	    SHOEMAKERS.                  SHOPKEEPERS.

	  Banham    James              Banham    James
	  Bennett   James              Bush      Joseph
	  Mancer    Robert             Kemp      Mary Ann


See also the Moulton St Michael parish page.

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Copyright © Pat Newby.
January 2006