succeeded in getting him out & conveyed him to the Station. Reprimanded.
afterwards she saw him hanging to a linen post in the Yard, Cut down, but was nearly strangled and
afterwards ran down to the River & plunged in, threatening to drown himself. PC’s Baldry & Lay
COOK, Edward W
CHAPLIN, Herbert W
BAXTER, Henry C
ADAMS, Robert J.,
ETTERIDGE, Edmund W.,
Stoker 1st Class.
Fisher, Rook’s Lane
Nicholas Dodson, gent, for a tent in Rook’s Lane late Fisher, sometime Philpot
Nicholas Dodson, piece of land in Rook’s Lane, late John Seaman, late Cheston,
between the messe of said Nicholas West & a messe and yard of Samuel Wisher
on the east, containing in length from the street 18ft and in width 9 feet, which he
purchased of John Seaman
Samuel Fisher, tent late Cheston in Rook’s Lane, north
Nicholas Dodson, tent in Rook’s Lane, late Horne, north
Nicholas Dodson, for a tent in Rook’s Lane, late Fisher, north
Robert Smyth, clerk, for a tent in Rook’s Lane late Fisher
Robert Smyth, clerk, for a tent sometime Cheston
Robert Smyth, clerk, for a tent in Rook’s Lane, late Horne
Robert Smyth, clerk, for a tent in Rook’s Lane
Daniel Wright, [married Elizabeth Bean in 1713] for a tent in Rook’s Lane, late
Daniel Wright, tent in Rook’s lane, formerly Fisher, since Smith & late William
Charles Wright, [born 1718, died 1778, son of Daniel Wright. He was the
builder who did the renovations on Leman House, and built the Town Hall]
for a tent in Rook’s Lane, formerly Fisher, Smith, William Badelow, late Daniel
Charles Wright, tent in Rook’s lane, formerly Cheston, Smith, Badelow, late
Charles Wright, tent in Rook’s Lane, formerly Horne’s, since Smith, late Daniel
Charles Wright, tent in Rook’s Lane, formerly Smith, Bardelow, late Daniel
Charles Wright’s late dwelling house with new and proper offices, a good shop
next the street, a carpentres’ workshop, an Oatmeal mill house and stables and
other outhouses with a convenient yard and a small garden together with a small
tenement adjoining, both of which are now under lease to a substantial tenant for
seven years from Michaelmas last at £15 p.a.
Enquiries: Thomas Lovewell or John Bilby, executors.
John Wright, yeoman, for a tent in Rook’s Lane, Fisher, Smyth, William Badelow,
late Charles Wright
John Wright, yeoman, tent in Rook’s Lane, Cheston, Smyth, Badelow, late
John Pleasants, joiner, [born 1726, died 1779] tent in Rook’s Lane,Horne, Smith,
John Pleasants, joiner, tent in Rook’s Lane, formerly Smith, Badelow, Charles
John Pleasants, tent in Rook’s Lane, late of Charles Wright, deceased, before
of Daniel Wright, before Dodson
John Pleasants [probably from John Wright]
John Pleasants, tent in Rook’s Lane, formerly Daniel Wright, before Dodson
Rent 8d 1/2d
Rent 8d 1/2d
Pleasants carried on a very large and extensive business in the above branches. The stock of oak
timbers, wainscot and deals of various dimensions to be sold at a fair valuation. For particulars
enquire of John Barcham [John Barcham married Susan Pleasants in 1753] or Owen Holmes,
Pleasants, deceased, intends carrying on the trade complete, in all its branches, and therefore humbly
solicits the continuance of support of Mr Pleasants’s friends and of all who will please to favour him
with their commands, assuring them, that his constant attention to their interest and approbation shall
be devoted to their service. He also carries on the cabinet and chair making business in the general
taste and on the most reasonable terms. [He had previously been at Yoxford]
before Dodson, late John Pleasants
Charles Baldry, of Westhall, farmer, [Charles Baldry married Esther Barcham
in January 1784] in right of his wife, Esther, several tents in Rook’s Lane,
formerly Charles Wright, since of John Pleasants, lately Susanna Barcham,
Esther Baldrey, several tents in Rook’s Lane, formerly Susanna Barcham,
late Charles Baldrey (in 1832 John Aldous)
John Aldous, several tents in Rook’s Lane, formerly Esther Baldrey, Charles
Baldrey and Barcham
John Aldous, late Baldry:
John Aldous, late Baldry:
Rent 8d 1/2d
Rent 8d 1/2d
Hanger, near the Church, Beccles - succeeded to old established shop & business of late John
buildings comprising: Workshop, Warehouse, Stable, with loft over, Gig House & Saw Shed; Piece
of Garden Ground, spacious Yard occupied by Mr HB Smith, cabinet maker & upholsterer. [No 10]
William Bobbett. [Nos 9 & 8]
Miss Mayhew & James Elvin
Good Residence at Junction of Newmarket & Rooks Lane, with Front Shop, Show Room, range of
Lot 2: Substantial Double Cottage with piece of Garden ground adjoining Lot 1, now occupied by
Rook’s Lane. Entrance Hall, Front Sitting Room with register stove, Back Sitting Room with hob
register stove and closet, Kitchen with cooking range, Pantry, small Back Room with hob stove,
Store Room, Cellar, 5 bedrooms (2 with stoves and closets) 2 Attics and closets, Front & Back
Staircases, until recently in the occupation of the vendor, Miss Clarissa Smith.
tenants at Rents amounting to £19 6s 0d pa; the last two tenants also paying Water Rate. A covered
Way with room over leads to a Yard, where are large Boarded & Tiled Workshops, Office, brick &
tile lean-to Wash-house, WCs. Water from the Waterworks is laid on, also Gas in Shop and
Residence and all fittings will be included in the Sale
occupations of Mr Alfred Rouse, a weekly and Miss R Greengrass and Miss MA Barber, quarterly
A Right of Way is reserved through yard to the owners or occupiers of adjoining property on east
warehouse accommodation is essential.
the premises “late Smith”]
[These properties were those listed in 1852 as late Fisher, Cheston & Holmes. They do not include
DIVISION OF PROPERTY with Smallgate ? on the east.
Jeoffrey Purvis, tent late Daverson
Arthur Artis, tent late Daverson [mistakenly said to be in] Sheepgate
Arthur Artis, tent late Purvis, before Daverson near Rook’s Lane
Robert le Grys, tent formerly Purvis, Daverson, late Arhur Artis, near
Robert Le Grys, Tent in Rook’s Lane, late Arthur Artis
George Chinery, Smallgate street, formerly of Jeoffrey Purvis & late Arthur Artis,
Arthur Artis, Le Grice, Penny
Thomas Fuller, grocer & Jeremiah Taylor, butcher executors.
I give to Mary, my wife for her life ALL m,y messuages, & tenements in my occupation & in the occupation of William Burrows, Mrs Gurney,
Widow Roberts, Thomas Johnson, Benjamin Thrower & Henry Jordan [see Poor Rates List 1814 Sma Nos 17, 18, 19, 20 & Salt 21 &27]
After her decease to be sold. Also to Mary all interest of money.
After her death I bequeath to John Ward & William Ward, two of the children of John Ward, farmer of Gillingham, by Susan his second wife,
now deceased £10 each.
To Benjamin, George, Jemima & Eliza Fuller, the children of Thomas Fuller £10 each. To Charles Chinery of Beccles, farmer, my nephew £10.
To Louisa Bond of Beccles, Mantua worker £10. Thomas Fuller & Jeremiah Taylor £10 for their trouble.
The residue: one moiety to Mary Ann Fuller & Robert Chinery Fuller, the two children of Thomas Fuller by Mary, his wife, my niece. The
other moiety to the children of John Chinery of Bungay, hatter, my nephew. The money to be spent on their upbringing & education until the
age of 21.
Signed X. Witness: Thomas Collins, Corn Burnett, William Alecock.
[George Chinery married Mary Newton in November 1791; He died in 181 aged 76, buried inSt Michael’s Churchyard. She died in 1827
Lane, formerly Le Grice, sine Penny, late George Chinery (later Mr Titshall)
William Titshall, baker, tent in Rook’s Lane, formerly Penny, afterwards
George Chinery (later Maria Titshall)
Titshall, William Maria, late Chinery
Maria Titshall of Great Yarmouth, spinster, tent in Rook’s Lane, now in three
dwellings, George Chinery, late William Titshall, her father
SALE by private treaty: Dwelling house in Smallgate in occupation of Eddy Smith;
ALSO Cottage in Rook’s Lane: Apply William Titshall, in Ingate.
of Widow Barrett
convenient outbuildings, occupied by Eddy Smith
LOT 2 Brick & tiled Cottage in Rook’s Lane adjoining Lot 1 [24 Smallgate] in the occupation
Abraham Brown for £82
COURT: Robert Barrett drunk & riotous - breaking his Mother’s Furniture in Rook’s Lane, some of
which he had thrown into the Lane.
& Mrs Batly. Aggregate Rent £11-15s