Richard Kittle
millwright


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Richard Kittle -1760 to -1793
Richard Kittle took over the business of Robert Briggs in 1760

Richard & Elizabeth Kittle had children baptised between 1750 - 1765 in the parish of St. Paul's:
Richard bp. 2 Mar 1750/51 at Octagon Unitarian Chapel; abode St Paul's;
Jane bp. 9 Jul 1753 at OUC; abode St Saviours;
Ann bp. 4 Mar 1756 at OUC; abode St Saviors;
John bp. 3 Apr 1758 at OUC; abode St Saviors;
Anne bp. 17 Sep 1759 at OUC; abode St Saviors;
John bp. 1 Aug 1761 at OUC; abode St Pauls;
Mary bp. 11 Jul 1765 at OUC; abode St Pauls

This is to give Notice, that Richard Kittle, Millwright and Carpenter, has taken the Yard of Robert Briggs, Millwright, in Magdalen-Street in Norwich, lately deceased, and intends to carry on the business in its different Branches as usual, and hopes for the continuance of all former Customers, and others who please to make Trial, their Favours will be gratefully acknowledged by
Their humble Servant,
Richard Kittle.
All Persons who have any Demands on the said Robert Briggs, are desired to send in their Accounts to the said Richard Kittle, and all Persons who stand indebted to the said Robert Briggs, are desired to pay the same to Richard Kittle, in two Months from the date hereof.
N.B. Bolting Cloths of all Sorts made up in the best Manner, and sold by the said Richard Kittle.

Norwich Mercury - 5th July 1760

Richard Kittle had died by 1793, when his wife died.

DIED.
Thursday se'nnight died, aged 71, Mrs. Kittle, widow of Mr. Richard Kittle, millwright, of this city.
Norfolk Chronicle - 26th January 1793


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