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Norfolk - Carleton Rode

Kelly's Directory for Cambridgeshire, Norfolk & Suffolk, 1883, pp. 270-271.

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CARLETON RODE is an extensive parish and scattered village 4 miles north-west from Tivetshall station and 5 south-east from Attleborough, in the Southern division of the county, Depwade hundred, and union, county court district of Wymondham, rural deanery of Depwade and archdeaconry and diocese of Norwich. The church of All Saints, is a strcture of flint in the Perpendicular style, and consists of chancel, nave and aisles, with a tower containing 1 bell: there is a piscina in each aisle and a double piscina in the chancel and it contains a handsome mural monument, erected by the Rev. F. S. Bevan, formerly rector of this church, to the memory of his wife: the church was re-seated and restored between the years of 1877 and 1883 at a cost of about 1,000 raised by voluntary contributions. The register dates from the year 1560. The living is a rectory, yearly value 920, with residence and 49 acres of glebe, in the gift of Sir R. J. Buxton bart. M.P. and held since 1859 by the Rev. John Cholmeleu M.A. of St. Catherine's College, Cambridge. Here is a chapel for Baptists. In 1944 a collection of British implements was found here. The oarish lands are&151;Fuel land, 42 acres, producing 51 10s. yearly; town land, 13 acres, producing 10 yearly; church land, 15 acres, producing 11 `5s. 6d.; surveyor's land, 20 acres, producing 23 4s. Sir Robert J. Buxton bart. M.P. and others are lords of the manor. The principal landowners are Sir Robert J. Buxton bart. M.P. Richard Bryant esq. Lancelot Lane esq. and John Hotson esq. The soil is clayey loam; subsoil, clay. The chief crops are wheat, barley and beans. The area is 2,672 acres; rateable value, 4,372; the population in 1881 was 772.



Letters through Attleborough. The nearest money order & telegraph office is at New Buckenhamn

National Schhol,Alfred Dover

CARRIER TO NORWICH.—Geo. Glover, mon. wed. & sat

Ager Rev. Arthur Walter [Baptist] M.A. [rector]
Fell Misses, Rectory cottage
          COMMERCIAL.
Aldridge Henry. farmer
Bateman Elisha. farmer
Betts Rachel (Mrs.), farmer
Boyce Richard, butter dealer
Bridges William, farmer
Bridges Zachariah, bricklayer
Brown Charles, farmer
Brown Frederick, farmer
Brown Horace, farmer
Brown John Barker, farmer
Brown Mrs. Mary, farmer
Burroughes Charles, miller (wind)
Carleton Rode Coffee House Company Limited (John Cooper Durkin, manager)
Chatten James, farmer
Chatten John, Plough
Cole Edward, farm bailiff to Lancelot Lane esq
Coleman Samuel, farmer, Old hall
Crisp Walter, farmer
Day Margaret (Mrs.), farmer
Edwards John, farmer
Glover George, baker & shopkeeper
Glover George, farmer
Huggins Henry farmer
Johnson Paul Bolingbroke, farmer
Johnson James, famer, Pulley's planting
Lansdell William, Farrier's Arms
Lansdell William Arthur, thatcher
Large Henry, farmer
Lawrence Frederick, farmer
Levell James, farmer & cattle dealer
Matthews Robert, shoe maker
Muskett Robert. shopleeper
Palmer John, farmer
Pa;mer John, jun. farmer
Palmer Robert, farmer
Peacock George, blacksmith
Reader David,, wheelwright
Reeve George, blacksmith
Reynolds James, farmer
Scott Joseph, pig dealer
Self Charles, farmer
Self John (Mrs.), farmer
Smith James, butcher
Smith Robert, farmer, miller (wind), and corn merchant
Smith Robert Isaac, farmer
Sringhall Maria (Mrs.), Adam & Eve
Stevenson Isaac, farmer
Sturman Phbe (Mrs.), farmer
Tricker Frederick Wm. grocer & draper

© Transcribed by E.C. ("Paddy") Apling, May, 2010.

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