• Home
  • Cosford Database
  • London Pub History
  • Random Pub History
  • London Pubology
  • Licensed Victuallers Association
  • Pub history in progress
  • Pub history south & west
  • WW1 gallantry research
  • WW1 regimental history
  • Some ads & my pub pages

    Suffolk and Pub History in progress

    Suffolk and UK Pub History in progress

    Search ME by surname, address or pub name

    Suffolk Villages & Towns - History, Genealogy & Trade Directories

    Suffolk Villages Home Page | Ipswich Borough & Suffolk Hundreds |Suffolk Villages and Towns A - Z

    Bacton in Kellys 1879 Directory.
    Bacton is a parish and considerabl and well built village in the Western division of the county, Hartismere Hundred; 87 miles from London and 6 north of Stowmarket. Finningham railway station is in this parish 1 mile from the village.
    The church of St Mary is a noble edifice of stone. The register dates from 1558.
    Bacton Green and Earls Green lie to the south.
    Sexton, John Brooke
    Post Office & Bank - Mrs sarah Ann Woods
    A Board school, with masters house, was erected in 1876 and will hold 110 children; Benjamin Lloyd Kitson, master.
    Finningham Railway Station, Henry B Legood, station master

    Cutting Miss
    Frewer Mrs, Ivy cottage
    Hemsworth Rev Augustus Barker MA, Rectory

    Public Houses in Bacton & Bacton in 1865

    Commercial
    Beard Robert, farmer
    Blake William, thatcher
    Brook John, shopkeeper & carpenter
    Bullingham Robert, farmer
    Bullock William, beer retailer
    Burrows Thomas, boot maker
    Catchpole George, poulterer & carrier
    Ellis William, farmer
    Fayers Daniel, farmer
    Finbow Ambrose, farmer
    Finbow Geo, wheelwright & blackamith
    Finbow John, farmer
    Ford George, farmer, assistant overseer & clerk to school board
    Ford Josiah, farmer
    Garrard William, butcher
    Hammond William, farmer
    Hearn Brothers, merchants, Finningham railway station
    Hearn Robert, farmer
    Kitson Benjamin, farmer
    Lee james, farmer, Red House
    Lee William, farmer
    Mean Henry, farmer
    Mean William, beer retailer
    Rose Barbara (Mrs), shopkeeper
    Rose William Clarke, farmer
    Southgate George, boot maker
    Thurman Ebenezer, Grapes Inn
    Wase Louisa (Mrs), ladies school, Odessa house
    Woods Charles, bull Inn, & farmer
    Woods Herbert, farmer
    Woods Freeman (exors of), grocers & drapers

  • Home page
  • Contact Email :
  • Email
  • Home
  • Pub Research
  • London & Home counties :
  • London Pub History
  • Essex
  • Hertfordshire
  • Kent
  • Middlesex
  • Sussex
  • Surrey
  • Berkshire
  • Buckinghamshire
  • East Anglia:
  • Bedfordshire
  • Cambridgeshire
  • Huntingdonshire
  • Lincolnshire
  • Rutland
  • Suffolk
  • Northamptonshire
  • South & South West :
  • Cornwall
  • Devon
  • Dorset
  • Gloucestershire
  • Hampshire
  • Isle of Wight
  • Oxfordshire
  • Somerset
  • Wiltshire
  • North & Midlands :
  • Lincolnshire
  • Cumberland
  • Derbyshire
  • Durham
  • Lancashire
  • Leicestershire
  • Northumberland
  • Nottinghhamshire
  • Shropshire
  • Staffordshire
  • Warwickshire
  • Yorkshire
  • Research :
  • Pub Research
  • Licensed Victuallers Association
  • Wetherspoons Pubs
  • Grand Junction Canal Pub History
  • Pub history on the River Thames
  • Maps of the UK
  • Anatomy Act 1832
  • BIG Site Map
  • Whats New?
  • London Pubology
  • Need a Researcher?

  • And Last updated on: Thursday, 08-Feb-2018 10:13:23 GMT