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Norfolk: Wimbotsham

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

[Transcription copyright © Pat Newby]

The description of the parish has not been transcribed because it is similiar to that in White's Directories for 1845 and 1883.

These are the names in the text that are not included in the list of residents and tradespeople, below:

	Hare      Sir Thomas, Bart.

This is the list of the tradespeople and the most prominent residents.

POST OFFICE at J. Edwards'. Letters despatched to Downham Market at 7 p.m.

	Allen     Rev. William
	            Maxey, sen.
	Allen     Rev. W.M. jun.    incbt. of Shouldham and Shouldham
	            M.A.              Thorpe, Broomhill House
	Bartle    Mr John
	Bell      Mrs Elizabeth
	Dawson    Luke              house agent and valuer
	Flannagan Mrs Mary
	Goodrum   Patrick           tailor
	Page      Mrs Mary
	Pike      John              fellmonger
	Pond      Hy.               carpenter and vict. Chequers
	Richer    Thomas            nurseryman
	Sherwood  Robert            blacksmith
	Wade      Robt. Wright      schoolmr. & surveyor
	Youngs    Thomas            butcher

	   BEERHOUSES.                 SHOPKEEPERS.

	Bush      George            Bush     George
	Richer    Snasdell          Carr     Thomas
	                            Mann     William
	   SHOEMAKERS.              Towler   Robert (and
	                                       miller and baker)
	Carr      Thomas
	Edwards   John
	Hills     Robert

	                     FARMERS.

	Bell      John              Pike     John
	Durrant   Edw. S.           Thorpe   James
	Goulder   William           Thorpe   Townsend
	Green     John, Drove       Wales    Rt. (& dlr.)
	Nixon     Wm.   Drove       Willows  Edm.  Lode

See also the Wimbotsham parish page.

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May 2016