Daily Archives: March 29, 2016

Norfolk’s Regency ‘Scientific Anchorite’

For several decades, from the 1770s onwards, one family provided the essential services of blacksmith to the small Norfolk village of Letheringsett. This was the Jex family. The family seem to have been well-established in Norfolk as prosperous tradesmen. Some … Continue reading

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