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SCOTTOW, a village 9 miles N. of Norwich, 5 miles S. of North Walsham, and 2½ miles W. of Worstead. The parish comprises an area of 2104 acres, and the population in 1841 was 539. Post-Office, at John Greenacre Seaman's. Letters delivered at 8.45 a.m. and despatched to Norwich and all parts at 5 p.m.
Durrant Sir H.T.E. Bart. Balls Thomas wheelwright Bird John shoemaker Bird Mary grocery dealer Bird Robert 'Horse Shoes' Christmas William butcher Futter John bricklayer Goose John grocer and draper Harboard John tailor Hunt Thomas grocer and miller Jacobs Jacob shoemaker Jacobs Richard shoemaker Kemp John shoemaker Lubbock Rev. John, M.A. Palgrave William keeper to Sir H. Durrant Ross Robert gardener Ross Thos. bailiff to Sir H. Durrant Seagoe Stephen blacksmith Seaman John shoemaker Vincent Benjamin joiner Farmers. Betts John (and Harboard Robert maltster) Knights Thomas Bird Robert Rayner William Breese Stephen Smith John Colk John Stockings RhodaPOST-CART, to Norwich, and North Walsham, daily.
See also the Scottow parish page.
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