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Norfolk: Trowse Newton

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

[Transcription copyright © Pat Newby]

TROWSE-with-NEWTON, a village having a Railway Station, 1 mile S.E. of Norwich. The parish comprises 1252 acres, and contained, in 1841, 562 inhabitants; its present residents are:-

	Aldis     Jonathan            shoemaker
	Beloe     James               basket & sieve makr.
	Bolton    George              shoemaker
	Bullard   Thomas              grocery dealer
	Carter    Rev. George         (vicar)
	Chasteney Miss Eliza
	Coleman   Robert              beer retailer
	Cooper    James               gardener
	Daniels   Robert              blacksmith
	Day       Frederick           grocery dealer
	Denny     Thomas              pork butcher
	Dent      Elizabeth Ann       Infant school
	Drew      Charles             dish turner
	Finch     John                wheelwright
	Goose     Joseph              lime burner
	Goose     Robert              'Carpenter's Arms'
	Gowen     Thomas              coal dealer
	Grief     Hamlet              parish clerk
	Grief     Jonathan            pork butcher
	Hall      George              'White Horse' (and joiner)
	Harris    William             'Angel'
	Jarvis    Richard             'Drovers'
	Johnson   Danl.               carpenter & sawyer
	King      Philip              'Lime Kiln' (and wheeler)
	Le Grys
	  and Co.                     carpenters and timber yard
	Martin    John                cowkeeper
	Money     Captain Philip John
	Money     General Archibald   Crown Point
	Newson    Samuel              grocery dealer and baker
	Park      Ann                 National school
	Plant     Jas.                registrar & tax collector
	Proudfoot Wm. B.              baker & grocery dealer
	Read      Thos. Wm. & Co.     millers and merchants
	Thetford  William             butcher
	Thurlow   John                grocery dealer
	Turner    Robert              hair dresser
	Wells     Mr. Henry
	Wilson    Mr. Thomas
	Wortley   John                'White House' (ferry)
	Youngs    Wm. Francis         butcher

	   Farmers.

	Alborough Thomas
	Buttle    William             (and cowkeeper)
	Gowing    George
	Jecks     Isaac
	Plant     James
	Turner    John


See also the Trowse Newton parish page.

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January 2008