Weasenham St Peter, Norfolk, Old Post Office, early 1900s

Weasenham St Peter is a village and civil parish in the English county of Norfolk. The village’s name means ‘Weosa’s homestead or village’. ~Wikipedia.

Kelly’s 1900 Directory of Norfolk reports Thomas Livermore Deadman was postmaster around this time – what a name!

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