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Norfolk: Neatishead

Hunt's Directory of East Norfolk with Part of Suffolk 1850

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NEATISHEAD, a village 10½ miles N.E. of Norwich, and 8 miles S.E. of North Walsham. The parish comprises an area of 1905 acres, and the population in 1841, was 697. Post-Office, at Mordecai Cooke's. Letters delivered at 10 a.m. and despatched to Norwich and all parts, via Stalham, at 4 p.m.

	Allen     Joseph            'White Horse'
	Allen     Sarah             beer retailer
	Baldwin   James             bricklayer
	Banham    John              shoemaker
	Bloom     William           blacksmith
	Bowles    John              grocer and saddler
	Cooke     Mordecai          grocer, &c.
	Dix       Rev. Thomas, B.A.
	England   Charles           gardener
	Etheridge John              carrier
	Grimes    Benjamin          shoemaker
	Guyton    John              tailor
	Harris    Charles           miller
	Jones     John              shoemaker
	Meek      William           shoemaker
	Morter    Ann               grocery dealer
	Remmends  Mr. John
	Savage    Thomas            butcher
	Smith     Samuel            carrier
	Smith     Samuel            tailor
	Spanton   Humphrey          blacksmith
	Spanton   John              blacksmith
	Spurgeon  Mr. William       (bap. min.)
	Terry     Edwin             gardener

	                    Farmers.

	Allcock   George            Howard    Susannah
	Allcock   Richard           Mallett   Joshua
	Bayes     Henry             Parr      Thomas
	Clowes    John              Riches    William
	Cubitt    Charles           Smith     Charles

CARRIERS to Norwich, Etheridge; also Smith, Wed. & Sat. 7 morn.


See also the Neatishead parish page.

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April 2015