The description of the parish has not been transcribed because it is similiar to that in White's Directories for 1845 and 1883.
These are the names in the text that are not included in the list of residents and tradespeople, below:
Bedingfield Collier De Toney Eyre Mason Wm. Neville Rust Edward Skipper Henry Tinkler Elizabeth Walker M.C., Esq.There are memorials in the church to the Goodwyn, Mason, and Wynston families.
This is the list of the tradespeople and the most prominent residents.
POST OFFICE at R. Phillips'. Letters despatched to Thetford at 4.30 p.m.
Clarke Jas. R. saddler and harness maker Coker Jas. pig dealer Cornwell William James organist Cross Mrs Cath. Dann Jno. miller Green Jas. T. & Sarah National School Gymer Chas. Hubbard machine proprietor Gymer Mrs Mary Ann Lambert Francis machine proprietor Mason Lieut.-Colonel William Hall Nelson John carpenter Noble Rev. Mark Baptist minister Simmons Thomas butcher Symonds Robert parish clerk Walker Rev. Wm. Henry, M.A. Rectory Ward William plumber, painter, &c. Whytock Alexr. victualler, Three Tuns BAKERS. BLACKSMITHS. Drake William Steadman William Dunn John Trollope Brghtmre. Ong David BEERHOUSES. BRICKLAYERS. Dutchman Thomas Clarke Francis Gage Thomas Eves John Nelson John FARMERS. Amos William Makins George Barnaby John Nelson Edward Blomfield William, Nelson Francis Sparham Hall Nelson William Bone John Nichols Robert Burton Solomon Powley Peter Coker James Reyner Rolling Cooper Morris Skelton John Davey John Trower David Dungar Thomas Ward William Giles Barlow Warman John Heyhoe James Whitby William Large John Whistler John Larwood James Young Andw. Arthr. GROCERS AND DRAPERS. Gibson Frederick Moore Thomas SHOEMAKERS. TAILORS. Nicholls John Brock William Phillips Robert Dickerson William Smith Thomas Miller Thomas SHOPKEEPERS. WHEELWRIGHTS. Edwards Benjamin Catton Charles Oxbury Henry Trollope Brghtmre. Ward William
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