28 February 1810. Weasenham, NFK. Source Parish register Weasenham St Peter, NFK.
03 Mar 1810, Weasenham St Peter, Daughter of Noah & Elizth Jevy. Source Parish register Weasenham St Peter, NFK.
Jan 1835. Castle Acre, NFK. Source Parish register Castle Acre, NFK.
06 June 1841. The Green, Castle Acre, NFK. Source Census 1841.
30 Mar 1851. 67 St James Green, Castle Acre, NFK. Source Census 1851.
02 April 1871. 120 King's Head xxxx, Burnham Westgate, NFK. Source Census 1871.
03 April 1881. Burnham Westgate, NFK. Source Census 1881.
April 1891. 3 rooms, 10 Wells road, Burnham Sutton, NFK. Head of single person household, no profession, age 81, widow. Source Census 1891.
03 April 1881. Iron Moulder. Source Census 1881.
Kelly's Directory 1883 shows in Burnham Deepdale: Mote Fordham, Iron and brass founder, agricultural machinist, patentee and manufacturer of royal prize and other prize horseshoes.
Norfolk Family History Society has in its holdings index a document called 'Industrious Burnham' but it could not be found in the library.
John Palmer Kettle
1835. Banns read on 4,11,18 Jan 1835 at Castle Acre, NFK. . No record of Marriage, so they may have been married at Weasenham. Source Parish register Castle Acre, NFK.
Blank space for her on John Palmer Kettle's gravestone. Source Gravestone, Castle Acre, NFK.
Where was she in the 1861 census?
08 Apr 1998 The three Burnham addresses could be the same place, in the row of cottages by
the Lord Nelson pub. Some still stand, others are now the Lord Nelson car park. The number
120 should perhaps be 12 or 20. I have seen a privately owned copy of 'Industrious Burnham'
and have copied extracts relating to iron foundries, notably Creak & Colby and Mote Fordham.
Wheelwrights were employed by Creak & Colby, so perhaps John Palmer Kettle
was working in Burnham.