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Norfolk: Sedgeford

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 John Skerry's. Letters despatched, via Lynn, at 4 p.m.

	Binks     Thomas          broker
	Brown     James           horse breaker
	Catton    Mr. John
	Farthing  William         vict. White Horse
	Flegg     Robert          carpenter & wheelwright
	Foster    Robert          parish clerk
	Green     Sarah           mistress National School
	Howlett   James Warnes,
	            Esq.          Hall
	Hudson    John            blacksmith
	Kendall   Jas.            blacksmith & vict., Buck
	Lambert   J. & J.         grocers, &c., & Snettisham
	Neave     Mary            schoolmistress
	Ogle      Rev. Jas.
	            Ambrose, M.A. vicar and rural dean, Vicarage
	Oughton   Mr. John
	Potter    Thomas          hurdle maker
	Taylor    Thomas          basket maker
	Turner    James           tailor
	Turner    Matthew         beerhouse
	Wetherhed Miss Evelina
	Wicks     John            vict. King's Head
	Wright    William         carpenter
	Yaxley    Mr. William

	   BAKERS.

	Bennett   Richard
	Chambers  Robert
	Leggett   Paul

	   FARMERS.

	Brook     Leonard
	Crisp     Stpn.           Eaton
	Crisp     Wm.             Hill Hs.
	Curl      Thomas
	Platten   Robert
	Rix       Wm.             Church fm
	Spinks    John Marsters   Eaton
	Turner    William
	Wells     Rt.             East Hall
	Wicks     John

	   SHOEMAKERS.

	Bullock   Edward
	Raines    George
	Rix       Benjamin
	Skerry    John

	   SHOPKEEPERS.

	Crisp     T.              (& butcher)
	Huggins   George
	Petingale Thomas
	Read      Thomas


See also the Sedgeford parish page.

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Copyright © Pat Newby.
January 2007