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Norfolk: Shelfanger

William White's History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Norfolk 1845

[Transcription copyright © Pat Newby]

SHELFANGER, 2½ miles N. of Diss, has in its parish 445 souls, and 1637 acres of land. The Duke of Norfolk owns part of the soil, and is lord of the manor (fines arbitrary,) and patron of the rectory, valued in the King's Book at £17, and in 1831, at £455. It is now enjoyed by the Rev. T.B. Morris, with 30A. of glebe. The Church (All Saints,) has a square tower and four bells.

Here is a Baptist Chapel, built in 1821. The Poor's Land, 3A., left by Roger Dacle [sic], in 1684, and 6A., purchased with £100 left by Sarah Franklin, in 1703, is let for £32.


	Anness     James          grocer
	Crosby     Thos.          cooper
	Dodd       Mrs. Ann
	Everett    Fisher         tailor
	Groom      Thos.          vict., Cross Keys
	Hammond    John           carpenter
	Howlett    Joseph         blacksmith
	Knights    Sarah          shopkeeper
	Peacock    Mr. Obadiah
	Rout       Samuel         vict., Crown
	Shelverton J.             wheelwright
	Ward       Rev. George    Baptist minister


	Dodd       Wm.            Hart     George
	Ellis      Robert         Macro    Robert
	Ellis      Richard        Martin   Robert
	Goodchild  Arthur

See also the Shelfanger parish page.

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August 2009