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Norfolk: Tattersett

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

TATTERSETT, or GATESEND parish, on the banks of the Tat rivulet 6 miles W. of Fakenham, has 160 inhabitants, and 1,757 acres of land, belonging to Sir Chas. Chad, Bart., who occasionally resides here at Pinkney Hall, an ancient mansion, formerly a seat of the Drurys, but his chief seat is Thursford Hall. He is lord of the manor, and patron of the rectory, valued in the King's Book at 6 6s. 8d., and in 1831 at 685, with that of Tatterford annexed to it, in the incumbency of the Hon. and Rev. A. A. Turnour. The Church (All Saints,) is a small fabric with a tower.

The poor have two cottages left by Diana Drury, and repaired by Sir Chas. Chad. They have 2 12s. a year, left by John Tinkler in 1713; and the interest of 50 left by Samuel Nutt, in 1762.


	Bridges    John        blacksmith
	Ellison    John        shopkeeper
	Phillippo  Chas.       beer seller
	Waller     Henry       wheelwright


	Brown      Wm.
	Frohawk    Nicholas
	Green      Dunham
	Withers    Robt.

See also the Tattersett parish page.

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June 2001