Henry Lewis was post master at the post office in Cross Street, Salthouse from 1892 until he died when his daughter took over the job. He was present at a vestry meeting at the church in 1894. He was also the village school master —
|—Salthouse actually had a school before Kelling school existed, and the Kelling children had to walk to Salthouse! Kelly's Directory for 1854 says of Salthouse:
" . . . Here is a National School for this and the adjoining parish of Kelling ".
By 1864 it was attended by about 40 children and supported by subscription.
But, in June 1875, Salthouse parish was united with Weybourne, Salthouse and Kelling School Board, and Salthouse children were obliged to walk to Kelling every day, and Henry Lewis became a member of the Board of Govenors for Kelling School.