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    Botesdale public houses & Botesdale in 1865

    Botesdale in Kellys 1879 Directory.

    Botesdale is a hamlet to the parish of Regrave, and small town (the town consists of BOTESDALE, with portions of the parishes of
    RICKINGHALL INFERIOR and RICKINGHALL SUPERIOR adjoining, forming one street of nearly a mile in length, in Hartismere union and hundred,  on the road from Bury to Norwich.
    The population in 1871 was 579

    Private Residents.

    Abbott Mrs
    Buckman Mrs
    Collins Richard
    Cooper Miss
    Dawson Rev Richard G [Wesleyan]
    Eastman Rev Samuel [Congregational]
    Elliott Mrs
    Floyd Rev Joseph
    Hustler Jas Devereux J.P. The Lodge
    Pearse Arthur M.D.
    Symonds George
    Taylor Charles
    Taylor Mrs
    Wekks Alfred
    West Solomon

    Commercial
    Adams Charles, farmer, Slough farm
    Barker Walter, miller
    Barnes Thomas, Cherry Tree
    Boston John, tailor & stationer & hair dresser
    Butcher Chas, grocer, draper & post office
    Cann John, shoe maker
    Clarke Charles, cowkeeper
    Claydon Edward, saddler & harness maker
    Clements George, carrier
    Cooper Edward, carpenter
    Cornish Richard, bricklayer
    Flatman Frederick, farmer
    Floyd Anne Harriet (Mrs), ladies school
    Foulger William, pig dealer & poulterer
    Free Grammar School (Rev Samuel Eastman, head master)
    Gas Works (Frs Humphreys, lessee)
    Gurney & Co, bankers (Charles Taylor, agent); draw on Barclay & Co, London EC
    Harvey James, brush maker
    Hayward Robert Snare, blacksmith
    Haywood Walter, painter
    Mayhew Charles, beer retailer
    Pearse Arthur M.D. surgeon and medical officer for the Botesdale district of the Hartismere union
    Read William, beer retailer
    Rednall Henry, timber dealer
    Robinson W & Sons, maltsters & corn merchant
    Robinson Samuel, maltster & miller
    Rush Edward, watch maker
    Shelton John George, watch maker
    Simpson Alfred, farmer, Abbotts Hall
    Sutton George, Queen's Head
    Symonds George, farmer, Street farm
    Thompson William, grocer, draper, wine & spirit, ale, porter & oil merchant
    Tuck Robert, Cock
    London house
    Vincent Samuel Baker, chemist
    Warner Elijah, Greyhound & carpenter
    Warren John, shoe maker
    Weeding Henry Keeble, farmer
    Whitehead Reuben, shopkeeper & flour dealer

    Public Houses in Botesdale & district

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