KESWICK, 3 miles S.S.W. of Norwich, a parish, near the railway and the Yare, has 25 houses, 126 souls, and 709a. 1r. of land, mostly belonging to H. Gurney, Esq., the lord of the manor, who resides at a handsome mansion, called the New Hall. Nothing remains of the Church, which was dedicated to All Saints, but a part of the tower; the rectory, valued in the King's book at £5, having been long consolidated with Intwood.
Mrs. Eliz. L. Birkbeck, Old Hall ; Hudson Gurney, Esq., New Hall ; Miles Blomfield, corn miller ;
Fras. Spalding, farmer and land agent ;
James Phillips and Fredk. Emms, gardeners, New Hall ; and
Thos. Blythe, gardener, Old Hall.