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Hi I have been collecting info over the years on one side of my family that came from north Norfolk, and came across your Salthouse site, and more importantly for me, the link to the Kelling School.
His probate states that he was living in Church House, Salthouse.
I believe that two of Rose’s younger sisters followed her to Salthouse once they too had retired from teaching.
He and Rose moved to Sheffield to become a school attendance officer and the other sisters followed.
Four of the sisters were unmarried and shared a house together.
I suspect the others were Margaret Harrison and Rose Alice Matthews who was a widow.
I am looking for any further information regarding the Harrison sisters who lived in Salthouse for many years, in a bungalow by the church now called Mill Ridge.
They were later joined by their mother and their widowed non-teaching sister, plus her two teaching daughters and one son, a clerk and the only man in a house full of teachers!
During the first world war, Rose Alice and Thomas Matthews moved back to Salthouse, with Thomas dying in 1918.
My great, great grandfather, Samuel Wright, ran what was called the Kelling Arms public house in The Street, Kelling. He took over as the Innkeeper in 1897, and my family ran it until 1957.