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History of Suffolk - Aspall 1865

Post Office Directory of 1865.

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ASPALL is a village and parish, in Hartismere hundred, union and rural deanery, county court district of Eye, Suffolk archdeaconry, diocese of Norwich, West Suffolk, 7 miles north-east from Haughley junction, 15 north from Ipswich, one mile north-west from Debenham, and 5 miles south of Eye. It has a picturesque church, capable of holding about 140 persons, erected in the fifteenth century. The register commences from 1558. The living is a perpetual curacy, annual value 220, with residence, and 25 acres of glebe, in the gift of Mrs. Chevallier, and held by the Rev. Charles Henry Chevallier, M.A., of Trinity College, Oxford, in whose family, it has been for many years. There is a National school near the church. Aspall Hall, the residence of Mrs. Chevallier, widow of Doctor Chevallier, a large mansion, finely embowered in wood, is still used as a respectable private lunatic asylum, of which Thomas Radford, Esq., P.E.C.8.L., is surgeon. The principal landed proprietors are John Garners Freeman, Esq., of Aspall House, and the Chevallier family. The population in 1801 was 150; area, 8.14 acres; gross estimated rental 1.436, and rateable value 1,317.
Parish Clerk, Joseph Bolton.
Letters through Stonham, via Debenham, which is also the nearest post & money order office & post office savings bank
National School, Mrs. Wm. Freeman, mistress'

Chevallier Rev. Charles Henry, M.A., J.P. [incumbent], The Parsonage
Cobbold Mrs
Freeman John Garneys, esq. Aspall ho
Radford Thomas, esq. F.R.C.S.L
Bloomfield Samuel, farmer
Capon John, farmer & assistant overseer, Hill house
Chevallier Mrs. Aspall hall, private lunatic asylum
Freeman John Garneys, yeoman, Aspall house
Freeman Maria (Mrs.), farmer
Radford Thomas, F.R.c.s.L. surgeon
TaJman Alfred, farmer, Red house




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