DUNHAM & YALLOP
Gentleman's Walk and Market Place, Norwich
Thought to have succeeded the business of the Silversmith Isaac Marsh.
13th August 1811 - At the Norwich Assizes, before Mr. Justice Heath, William Charles Walker, aged 26, was sentenced to death for a burglary at the shop of Messrs. Dunham and Yallop, silversmiths, the Market Place.
Source: Norfolk Annals 1801-1850 - Charles Mackie - 1901
YALLOP, SIR JOHN HARRISON
Died 1835. Aged 72 years
He lived in Chapel Field, in the house afterwards long occupied by Mr. Pilgrim (Coroner for one division of Norfolk), and was a partner in the firm of Dunham and Yallop, silversmiths, of the Gentleman's Walk.
Sheriff of Norwich 1805. Mayor in 1815 and 1831, in which latter year he received the honour of knighthood, and also gave a grand dinner in St. Andrew's Hall.
Buried in the Bolingbroke Vault in St. Peter's Mancroft Churchyard, on the tomb covering which is this inscription to his memory :—
In the vault beneath are interred the Remains of Sir John Harrison Yallop, Knt., who died at Brighton, on the 14th June, 1835, aged 72 years.
In St. Peter's Church is a mural monument, with his crest and the following inscription :—
To the Memory of
Sir JOHN HARRISON YALLOP,
A native and Magistrate of this City, who died at Brighton, on the 14th day of Juue 1835 in the 73rd Year of his Age, and -whose remains are interred in the family vault near to the spot where this stone is erected.
He was a person of few pretensions and many merits, In his nature and disposition unaffected and kind, as a Magistrate upright and just.
He served the office of Sheriff in the year 1805, in 1809 was elected an Alderman, and was twice called to the office of Mayor in 1815, and 1831.
In the latter of these years with a felicity of fortune which his devotion to liberal principles of Government entirely deserved, he received the honour of Knighthood on presenting to the King the petition of his native City in favour of Parliamentary Reform.
Source: Some Account of the Parish of St. Giles, Norwich - Sir Peter Eade - 1906
Dunham & Yallop issued private coinage, Norwich halfpennies, in 1792-93.