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A dispersed settlement which is recorded as having a market from 1229, when Lord of the Manor, Hubert de Burgh, transferred it from nearby Sotherton. A post mill stood south of the modern-day post office from 1781 until it was demolished in 1957, having stopped working in 1932.
The 1851 Census also lists Robert Pinkney (Innkeeper, pub not named, Head/Married/36y/born Shaddingfield) with Betsy Pinkney (Pub not named, Wife/Married/36y/born Westhall) [Greyhound?]
In 1855 White's Directory a beer house is listed run by Edmund Miller (joiner & wheelwright).
The 1861 Census census also lists William Adams (Innkeeper, Common, pub not named, Head/Married/31y/born St Margarets) with Betsy Adams (Common, pub not named, Wife/Married/38y/born Little Glemham) [Greyhound?]
Some historical information from English Heritage's National Monuments Record.