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Norfolk: Tuttington

William White's History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Norfolk 1864

[Transcription copyright © Pat Newby]

TUTTINGTON, a pleasant village and parish in a valley, 2 miles E. of Aylsham, has 202 inhabitants and 830 acres of land, partly in W.F. Windham, Esq.'s manor of Tuttington-with-Crackford (fines arbitrary), and partly in Geo. Copeman, Esq.'s manor of Aylsham Wood or Sextons (fines certain). Tuttington Hall is the property of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, and is now held on lease by Thos. Hy. Case, Esq., of Hevingham, but is occupied by Henry Bidewell, Esq. Messrs. Wm. Postle, Benj. B. Bowles, Wm. Barnard Bowles, and R.M. Sutton, and others have estates here.

The Church (St. Peter and St. Paul) is a neat edifice with nave, chancel, south porch, and round tower and one bell. The vicarage, valued in the King's Book at £5. 0s. 7d., was augmented from 1769 to 1796 with £600 of Queen Anne's Bounty, vested in 15A. of land at Halvergate; besides which the vicar has 15A. 3R. of glebe allotted at the enclosure in 1817, and a yearly rent-charge of £105, awarded in 1841 in lieu of the small tithes. The Bishop of Norwich is patron and the Rev. Samuel Hobson, LL.B., of Marsham, incumbent. The great tithes belong to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners.

In 1214, here was a Chapel dedicated to St. Botolph, but no vestiges of it are now extant. The Wesleyan Chapel was built and endowed in 1859 by Mr. R.M. Sutton.

The chief residents are -

	Beck     Samuel            vict., Ship
	Bidewell Henry, Esq.       Hall
	Dyke     Thos.             shopkeeper
	Grimes   Jas.              grocer and farmer
	Lambert  John              shoemaker
	Miller   Wm.               blacksmith
	Postle   Rev. John, B.A.   rector of Felmingham
	Spinks   Wm.               parish clerk

	   farmers.

	Bowles   Benj. Brettingham
	Hall     John
	Neave    George
	Sutton   Richard Merrison

POST from Norwich, via Hevingham.


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November 2015