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James was a currier, and undoubtedly taught that trade to his sons William and Edward. He was successful at it, judging by the property he had when he died. Some idea can be gotten from his will, but also in newspaper notices about the sale of his real estate holdings.

Ipswich Journal, 26 Oct 1839

Norfolk Chronicle, 26 Oct 1839

James was buried in the churchyard, or in the church, at Wortham, Suffolk, with one of his grandsons.

memorial to James and his grandson Henry Balding, who died shortly before him

children of James Vyse and Keturah Bloomfield:1

i. William, b. 18 December 1792, bur. 24 April 1793
ii. Keturah, b. 15 March 1794
iii. William Bloomfield, 4 January 1796
iv. Ann, b. 18 June 1801
v. James, b. 3 September 1802
vi. Edward, b. 28 August 1804
vii. Mary, b. 10 November 1808
viii. Elizabeth, b. 8 May 1810
ix. James, b. 2 April 1812
x. Eleanor, bap. 20 April 1814

vital records sources:

1 1.
The births and baptisms and William's burial are in the parish records of Diss.

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