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List of Names from
"Memories of Old Wymondham"
and
"Wymondham, Past & Present"

This list has been created by, and is copyright ©, Mike Dodman.

Memories of Old Wymondham
by Philip Yaxley
[ISBN 0947630023,
Nostalgia Publications, 1985]
(Shown in list as MOW)
Wymondham, Past & Present
by Philip Yaxley
[ISBN 0947630066,
Nostalgia Publications, 1988]
(Shown in list as WPP)

MOW  Mr.            ALCOCK      Shunter horse driver
WPP  Edward         ARNOLD      landlord, Sun Inn, Damgate  c.1756
MOW  Cecil          ATHERTON    director, Ayton's Gravel Co.
MOW  Charles        AYTON       stonepit owner
MOW  C.R.           AYTON       starter, Coronation Day sports 1902
WPP  Charles        BANHAM      Manager, Gas Light & Coke Co. c.1901
WPP  Leslie         BARNARD     furniture maker   c 1940
WPP  Ezekiel        BETTS       landlord, Goat Inn, Church St. c1900
MOW  Ernest         BLAZEY      baker, Market Hill c.1912
MOW  Ben            BLAZEY      builder,  1912
MOW  William        BLYTH       baker
MOW  Fred           BOWDEN      fireman c1905   (photo)
MOW  H.P.           BOWDEN      fireman, c1905  (photo)
MOW  Harry P.       BOWDEN      builder, c1909
MOW  Fred H.        BOWDEN      conductor, town band  died 1919
MOW  F.             BOYCE       cttee member,1902 Coronation Day sports
WPP  Billy          BREEZE      landlord, Cock Inn, c1910
MOW  George         BRIGGS      shunter (railway)        (photo)
MOW  Herbert        BRUMMAGE    fireman,   c1905    (photo)
MOW  J.             BRUMMAGE    fire superintendent, c1905  (photo)
MOW  Peter          BULLIVANT   Manager, Mr.Pluck's shop 1912, Market St
MOW  Alfred         BUNGARD     draper
MOW  Leonard        BUNN        apprentice to Hubbard
WPP  Leonard        BUNN        baker, Market Place
MOW  Dick           BUNN        goods foreman (railway)
MOW  J.W.           BURNSIDE    starter, 1902 Coronation Day sports
MOW  John           BURRELL     mercer,  c1660
MOW  "Douchy"       CANN
WPP  John           CANN        entrepreneur    died 1882
MOW  William        CARTER      brushmaker, Market St.
WPP  William        CARTER      brushmaker
MOW  William        CARTER      resident, Market St. 1909
MOW  William        CATBUSH     florist, Pople St.
MOW  Edward         CLARKE      shopkeeper, known as "Ginger"  (photo)
MOW  Harry          CLARKE      shopkeeper      (photo)
MOW  Emma           CLARKE      shopkeeper      (photo)
MOW  Frank          CLARKE      ironmonger. Bridewell St.
MOW  E.W.Routh      CLARKE      judge, 1902 Coronation Day sports
MOW  C.C.           CLEMENTS    agric. machinery
MOW  Wilfred        COLEMAN     railway porter
MOW  C.             CRANNESS    starter, 1902 Coronation Day sports
MOW  Thomas         CROSS       butcher,
MOW  Jerry          CROSS       butcher
MOW  George         CROSS       antiques
MOW  Albert         CROSS       farmer
MOW  Henry          CUSHING     shopkeeper/photographer 1837-1907(photo)
MOW  William        CUSHING     saddler, Market St.
MOW  William        CUSHING     horse dealer, Market St.
MOW  Harry          DANIELS     V.C.   b1884 in Wymondham
WPP  Albert Thomas  DENT        bill poster, c192, alias Gus LEE
MOW  L              DIGHTAM     printer, Market St.  c1891
MOW  Mr             DUFFIELD    blacksmith, Damgate
WPP  George         DUFFIELD    blacksmith, 1887,   died 1956
WPP  Mrs.           DUNHAM      hand laundry, c1890, Cock St.
MOW  H.G.           DUTTON
MOW  Mrs.           EDWARDS     1897    (photo)
MOW  Henry          ELKINS      shopkeeper/photographer  1871-1946 photo
MOW  Cecil          FIRMAN      foreman (railways)
MOW  Leslie         FISKE       barber, Damgate St./Market St.
MOW  Edwin Herbert  FORSTER     printer/publisher
MOW  Robert         FORSTER     printer/publisher
MOW  Jeremiah R.    FORSTER     printer/publisher
MOW  Alexander      FOWLER      road surveyor, Town Green
MOW  A.             FOWLER      starter, 1902 Coronation Day sports
MOW  W.B.           FRYE        judge, 1902 Coronation Day sports
MOW  Jethro         GARRETT     Browick windmill
MOW  Hugh           GASCOYNE    shopkeeper, c1900, Market Place (photo)
WPP  Dr. George     GAYNOR      doctor  died 1967
MOW  William        GOFFIN      Kings Head Inn
MOW  S              GOOCH       blacksmith, Fairland St.  (photo)
MOW  F.E.           GROOM       committee, 1902 Coronation Day sports
MOW  Frank          GROSS       fireman, c 1905    photo
WPP  P.             HALDINSTEIN bootmaker, Market St.
MOW  John           HALL        butcher, Damgate
MOW  William S.     HALL        Livestock market
MOW  William        HALL        agricultural show organiser
MOW  Anthony        HARVEY      baker, c1890     (photo)
MOW  Alf            HARVEY      fishmonger, Damgate
WPP  Mrs.           HILLERSDON  dressmaker
MOW  Robert         HORNE       draper
MOW  Harry          HOUSEAGE    shunting engine driver
MOW  J.J.           HOWES       fishmonger,  c1891
MOW  Albert         HUBBARD
MOW  Mr.            HUBBARD     1912, Resident, Damgate
MOW  Henry          JERMYN      Silfield windmill
MOW  Herbert        KERRIDGE    butcher, Bridewell St.
MOW  Arthur         KERRIDGE    butcher, Market St.
MOW  William        KETT        butcher
MOW  Robert         KETT        butcher
MOW  Thomas         KETT        butcher
MOW  George         KIDD        foreman (railway)
MOW  Tom            KIDDIE      road mender
MOW  Samuel         KIDMAN      brushmaker
MOW  Alfred         KING        Northfield windmill
MOW  John           LAIN        dairyman/publican, Crown Brewery
MOW  Robert         LAIN        dairyman/publican, Crown Brewery
MOW  George         LAIN        tailor, Market St.
MOW  Christopher    LAYCOCK     butcher, c1900 Market Place
WPP  Christopher James LAYCOCK  grocer, c1900 Market Place
WPP  James (Jimmie) LEE         shoemaker/bill poster c1880 White horse St
WPP  Gus            LEE         See Albert DENT
MOW  Anthony        LOCKE       grocer, c1660
MOW  Reggie         LONG        brushmaking worker
MOW  G.             LOWE        judge, 1902 Coronation Day sports
WPP  Dr. George     LOWE        doctor, c1891, died 1914
MOW  Charles        MALLOWS     taxi-driver
WPP  Charles        MALLOWS     carrier, c1888    photo
MOW  Mrs. Rose      MARTIN-JONESvicar's wife, 1914 Red Cross hosp. super.
MOW  George         MAYNARD     chemist,  Market St.
MOW  G.C.           MAYNARD     Starter, 1902 Coronation Day sports
MOW  Henry          MILLWARD    barber, Fairland St.
MOW  Henry          MOORE       blacksmith,  Friarscroft Lane
MOW  Mr.            NICHOLLS    resident,  1912 Damgate
MOW  Tom            NOKES       photographer,  1872-1944
MOW  James (Jim)    OTTAWAY     i/c goods dept.  railway     photo
MOW  Josiah         PANK        plumber/bikes,  Damgate
MOW  Tom            PARKE       butcher
MOW  James SparkhillPARKER      shopkeeper,  c1887
MOW  Leonard Samuel PARKER      shopkeeper,  c1887
MOW  H.R.           PARKER      judge,  1902 Coronation Day sports
MOW  Walter         PERFITT     shopkeeper
MOW  Benjamin       PLUNKETT    cobbler,  Market St.
MOW  Barney         PLUNKETT    fireman,  c1905    photo
MOW  Billy          POLL        foreman weaver
WPP  Billy          POLL        weaver    1909
MOW  Edward Boyce   POMEROY     solicitor
MOW  J.B.           POMEROY     judge,  1902 Coronation Day sports
WPP  Miss Patty     POMEROY     c 1891, married Dr.G.Lowe
MOW  E.R.           POTTER      fishmonger,  Market St.
MOW  Arthur         PROCTOR     cobbler, c1914, Bridewell St. photo
MOW  Jack (?)       QUANTRILL   railway porter   photo
MOW  George         REEVE       printer,  1928, Middleton St.
MOW  R.V.           REYNER      committee, 1902 Coronation Day sports
MOW  R.V.           REYNER      fireman, c 1905    photo
MOW  Robert         REYNER      1897,   photo
MOW  Clara          RICHARDSON  schoolmistress, c1909, Silfield
MOW  Robert         SEMMENCE    woodturer, 1836, Cork St.
MOW  Robert         SEMMENCE    woodturner,  1864, Becketts Well
MOW  William        SEMMENCE    woodturner, 1864 Town Green
MOW  Alfred         SEMMENCE    sawmill and turnery, 1893
MOW  Georgie        SEWELL      cobbler, Market St.
MOW  Walter         SHEPHERD    butcher/publican,  c1891
MOW  Robert (Bob)   SHORTEN     baker                 photo
WPP  Bob            SHORTEN     baker/grocer  c1920
MOW  Phil           SKIPPER     fireman,  c1905         photo
WPP  William        SKOULDING   chemist,  c1850  Market Place
MOW  Claude         SLAUGHTER   brushmaking worker
MOW  John Robert    SMITH       general Stores
WPP  John Robert    SMITH       shopkeeper, c1857
MOW  Robert         SMITH       fishmonger,  Market St.
MOW  "Shiner"       SMITH       fishmonger, Damgate
WPP  William Jermyn SMITH       shopkeeper, c1909 son of J.R.    photo
MOW  Mr             SNELL       headmaster,  c1909
MOW  Miss Edith     SPARKES     daughter c1919 of headmaster
MOW  James          SPARKES     headmaster of Browick Rd. school
MOW                 SQUIRE      family - brushmakers of Ashwellthorpe
MOW  Charles Harvey STANDLEY    ironmonger, 1886, Town Green  photo
WPP  John           STEPHENSON  brewer, 18th century
MOW  Henry Girling  STONE       printer  1886  Town Green
MOW  George         STUBBS      shopkeeper   1912, The Lizard
MOW  Fred           TILLETT     fishmonger,  Market Place
MOW  Cornelius      TIPPLE      weaver,  Town Green
WPP  Jasper         TIPPLE      weaver
MOW  David          TURNER      shopkeeper
MOW  Gurney         WADE        photographer/shopkeeper
MOW  Mrs. Chas      WADE        draper,  Market St.
MOW  Edward         WARNE       grocer,  The Lizard
MOW  John           WHARTON     butcher,, Damgate/Town Green   photo
MOW  Henry          WHITEHAND   tailor, Fairland St.
MOW  George         WILLIAMSON  tailor, Market St.
MOW  George         WILLIAMSON  1897      photo
MOW  Algernon Syd   WILDE       bandmaster, F Co. 4th Vol. Btn N'folk Reg
MOW  H.             WILMOT      judge, 1902 Coronation Day sports
MOW  William        WYMER       wheelwright, Town Green

See also the Wymondham parish page.

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August 2000