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
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