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    Google maps of the Alderton in the Wilford Hundred show the following places:


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    Alderton in Kellys 1879 Directory.
    Alderton is a village and parish 1 mile west from the North Sea, and 8 miles south east from Woodbridge, or by ferry 6, near the mouth of the navigable river Deben; and in the Wilford Hundred. The church of St Andrew is a flint building with chancel, added in 1864; the tower is in ruins.
    Parish Clerk, Benjamin Buck
    Post Office, Henry Cullum
    National School, Mis Susan Newman
    Police Station, Robert Clarke, constable
    Carriers to Ipswich & Woodbridge, George Peacock

    Archer Rev Charles Charles Goodwyn, MA, JP [rector], Rectory
    Green Edward Frederick Seager MB
    Martin Rev George Sewell [Congregational]

    Commercial
    Abbott Mary (Mrs), dress maker & milliner
    Ablitt John, farmer
    Brown Mary Ann (Mrs), baker
    Burrows John, coal dealer
    Cullum Henry, grocer & draper
    Denington Robert, baker
    Dosser Harry William, builder
    Dunn Robert, shoe maker
    Dunn Thos, shopkeeper & shoe maker
    Foster Anna (Mrs), Swan
    Girling Samuel, beer retailer & miller
    Green Edward Frederick Seager MB, CM, surgeon
    Hillen Emma (Mrs), farmer
    Last Robert Jas, farmer, Alderton Hall
    Laws John, grocer, draper & coal merchant
    Lennard Caroline (Mrs), bricklayer
    Lennard James, farmer, & threshing machine owner
    Moore Walter, butcher
    Roberts Thomas, farmer
    Skeet William, carpenter
    Smith James, farmer, The Cedars
    Steward William, shoe maker
    Thompson Emma (Mrs), blacksmith
    Thompson John, saddler

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