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    SOUTHELMHAM ST. MICHAEL in 1844, is a small village and parish, 4 miles S. of Bungay, contains 145 souls, and 816a. of land. The Earl of Brittany and Richmond had lands here at the domesday survey. The Church is a small ancient structure, and the benefice is a vicarage, valued in K.B. at 4. 7s. 11d, and consolidated with the perpetual curacy of Rumburgh, in the patronage of the Rev. Lomb Atthill, of Halesworfh. William. Adair, Esq., is lord of the manor, but part of the soil belongs to the Harry, Johnson, and other families. The church and poor have had from an early period 2a. 1r. of land, now let for 3. 5s. a year.
    Hammond Eliz. vict. Jolly Farmers
    King Samuel, blacksmith
    Mann Rachel, boot & shoe maker
    Stenton William, corn miller
    Thurston Jas. corn miller & shopkeeper

    FARMERS.
    Blackburn George
    Carley James
    Chase Harry
    Fisher Robert
    Hammont Robert
    Owles Elizabeth

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