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    Badingham public houses

    Badingham in Kellys 1879 Directory.
    Badingham, situate on the tiver Alde, is a parish and large scattered village 4 miles north from Framlingham railway station and 91 from London, in the Eastern division of the county, Hoxne Hundred.
    The church of St John the Baptist is in the perpendicular style, and now being restored (1879). The register dates from 1538.
    Badingham circa 1910
    Badingham circa 1910
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    Parish Clerk, John Aldridge.
    Post Office, William Etridge
    National School for boys & girls, a new school being built in 1875 for 100 children; Miss L Traxton, mistress.

    Gorton Rev Rt Gregson MA [rector]

    Commercial
    Allum Willia, farmer & bricklayer
    Ashford Thomas, farmer
    Backhouse John, farmer & miller
    Balaam William, blacksmith
    Barber Geo, wheelwright & shopkeeper
    Barham John, farmer
    Beaumont William, farmer
    Brayinton George, shopkeeper
    Briggs Benjamin, shoe maker
    Carley John, farmer, Red House
    Carley Joshua, farmer
    Chandler Gibson, farmer
    Chandler John, farmer
    Cook Charles, miller
    Cook James Johnson, shoe maker
    Dalby Jeremiah, blacksmith
    Etridge William, grocer & builder
    Frost William, farmer
    Girling Francis, farmer
    Goddard Henry, farmer
    Heffer john, wheelwright
    Holmes William, farmer
    Ingate George, shopkeeper & plumber
    Johnson Henry, Bowling Green
    Mann Geo &Francis, farmers, The Hall
    Mann George jun, farmer
    Mann John, farmer, Wood farm
    Mouse Mary (Mrs), poulterer
    Pepper Hannah (Mrs), White Horse
    Saunders William, farmer, Lodge farm
    Sharp Henry, farmer
    Smith Peter, brick & tile maker & retailer of Doulton & Cos sanitary pipes
    Stanford Samuel, farmer
    Stanfield Wingfield Alex, farmer, White house
    Stannard William, shopkeeper
    Symonds James, farmer
    Symonds Nathaniel, farmer
    Wolton William, farmer

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