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HOPTON in 1844, is a large, pleasant and well-built village, in the vale of the
Little Ouse, 5 miles W.N.W. of Botesdale, and 8 miles N.N.E. of Ixworth, has in
its parish 623 inhabitants, and 1,321a. 3r. 22p. of fertile land. Thomas
Tbornhill, Esq., is lord of the manor, formerly held by Bury Abbey; but part of
the soil belongs to J. Goodrich, Esq., and several smaller owners. The Church
(All Saints) is a neat structure with a tower and six bells. The living is a
discharged rectory, valued in K.B. at �13 5s., and in 1835 at �284. The
patronage is in the Crown, and the Rev. Henry Dawson is the incumbent. The
Wesleyans have a commodious chapel here, built in 1836.
Beart Mrs. Esther
Brooke Robert, miller and baker
Button Mrs. Isabella, corn and seed merchant, and maltster
Calver George, clock & watch maker
Clarke Henry, land agent, appraiser, agent to the Suffolk fire office, &c.
Cooper John, blacksmith
Dawson Rev. Henry, Rectory
Eacock Robert, veterinary surgeon
Fowell Frederick, solicitor, and agent to the Norwich Union fire office
Good James, wheelwright
Goodrich John, Esq.
Jaques Stephen, gardener
Meadows Ephraim, Cooper
Morgan Charles, surgeon
Milston John, machine maker
Norton George, Thatcher
Read Henry, parish clerk
Reed John, cook and confectioner
Rye Sarah, toy dealer
Taylor Mr Charles
Walton James, plumber and glazier
Wilson Charles, Schoolmaster
Wood John, gentleman
Woollard George, butcher
Inn and Taverns.
, John Pawley (& portrait painter)
, William Olley
, Charlotte Boggis
Boot & Shoe Makers.
Brooke Joseph (& builder)
Collar & Harness Makers.
Bunn Jno Phillips
Grocers & Drapers.
Scott William (and British wine dealer)
Peach William (and baker)
Shrimpton Stephen (& auctioneer)
Jas. Fisk, to Norwich, Mon. and Thurs.; and to Bury Wed & Sat.
Charles Brock, to Diss, Friday