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    Post Office directory in 1865

    Aspall in Kellys 1879 Directory.
    Aspall is a village and parish 13 miles north east from Haughley junction, 15 miles north from Ipswich, 1 mile north west from Debenham and 6 miles south of Rye, in the Western division of the county, Hartismere Hundred.
    The church (dedication unknown), erected in the fifteenth century, is a structure of rubble, restored in 1858.
    The register dates from 1558.
    Parish Clerk, Robert Blomfield
    National School, Miss Bendall, mistress

    Chevalier Rev Charles Henry MA, JP [rector], Aspall Hall
    Roberts Oscar Wilson, Swiss Cottage; & Field House, Clent, Stourbridge
    Capon John, farmer, Hill house
    Palmer Joseph, farmer, Red house
    Radford Thomas FRCS, LSA, surgeon & private lunatic asylum, vaccination officer etc, Glebe house
    Peck Robert, farm bailiff to the Rev C H Chevalier
    Rowland George, farmer, Aspall house

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