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Norfolk: Northrepps

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

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NORTHREPPS, a village 21 miles N. of Norwich, and 3 miles S.E. of Cromer. The parish comprises 2731 acres, and contained in 1841, 603 inhabitants; its present residents are:-

	Buxton    Dowager Lady Hannah  the Hall  [see note below]
	Buxton    Sir E.N. Bart.       the Hall  [see note below]
	Craske    John                 bricklayer
	Curties   Charles              tailor
	Foulger   William              carrier
	Gurney    Miss Anna            the Cottage
	Hill      Robert               baker
	Hooker    James                gardener to Lady Buxton
	Hutson    William & Son        agricultural implement makers,
	                                 blacksmiths, engineers, &
	                                 iron & brass founders
	Law       Rev. Patrick
	            Comerford, B.A.    (rector and rural dean)
	Platten   Elizabeth            school for children
	Playford  Mr. James
	Storey    Edward               shoemaker
	Storey    Susan                grocery dealer
	Storey    William              beer retailer and shoemaker
	Sulman    William              parish clerk
	Summers   Edmund               builder and wheelwright
	Summers   Robert               carrier and beer retailer
	Underwood Joseph               grocery dealer
	Wiseman   John                 carrier


	Beckett   Joseph               Emery     George
	Bidwell   J.                   Emery     James
	Callow    Louisa               Farrow    James
	Cross     John (and            Goulden   John
	            butcher)           Nichols   John
	Curties   John                 Turner    Samuel
	Curties   Robert
	Curties   Thomas
CARRIERS to Norwich, Summers, Fri. 9 morn. To Yarmouth, Foulger; also Wiseman, Tues. & Fri. at 6 morn.

Note: in the original this is
     Buxton Dowager Lady Hannah, &
       Buxton Sir E.N. Bart. the Hall

See also the Northrepps parish page.

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October 2006